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  1. ProducerTimothy welch

    Timothy welch

    21/08/2017
    Everything,even Business branding should be done in moderation
    Everything,even Business branding should be done in moderationIf you want to create instant change in someone's eating habits, in my opinion,  just show people to this  documentary by Morgan Spurlock released in 2004.Every  person should know  that fast food is unhealthy. Yet Americans and people worldwide...
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  2. ProducerZaqueu Machado

    Zaqueu Machado

    21/08/2017
    LETRAS E SONS
    LETRAS E SONSEm 1880 um grupo de professores de francês criou a denominada Associação Fonética Internacional. Eles queriam uma maneira de transcrever sons de fala que pudessem ser usados para qualquer idioma, originando na publicação do primeiro Alfabeto...
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  3. ProducerZaqueu Machado

    Zaqueu Machado

    21/08/2017
    LETRAS E SONS
    LETRAS E SONSEm 1880 um grupo de professores de francês criou a denominada Associação Fonética Internacional. Eles queriam uma maneira de transcrever sons de fala que pudessem ser usados para qualquer idioma, originando na publicação do primeiro Alfabeto...
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  4. Teagan Geneviene
    Teagan Geneviene
    Announcing the Launch! Murder at the Bijou — Three Ingredients I
    teagansbooks.com We now interrupt your regularly scheduled programming.  Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam will return next week. Finally!  Wheew!  I’ve been almost ready with this for months.  So I’m...
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  5. ProducerDoug Vermeulen

    Doug Vermeulen

    20/08/2017
    BIBLE GATE STUDY 13
    BIBLE GATE STUDY 13BIBLE GATES STUDY 13. A. North 1.SHEEP#6629 To migrate A.1.Restore the sheep, help them, build them up, and make them healthy A.1.North Reuben Behold (see) a son 1st son Genesis 29:32 He has seen my misery A.1.Sardius Gods...
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  6. Tricia Mitchell

    Tricia Mitchell

    19/08/2017
    Wonder what kind of issues these kids will have as a consequence of being locked in a room, when they're adults? Not being able to get out of relationships or a job they hate? Who knows...
    Tricia Mitchell
    Bury St Edmunds head teacher 'locked children in rooms' - BBC News
    www.bbc.co.uk Children could be heard "shouting or crying" from the room, a teaching and leadership panel is...
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  7. ProducerSusan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    Friday Funday: All Hail the Typos!
    Friday Funday: All Hail the Typos!We’ve all seen them — hopefully not in our own writing. But typos exist, and sometimes they’re funny and sometimes (when they’re ours), they’re not.I hope you enjoy this collection of odd writing, including some typos!Phew! Wednesday’s gonna be a...
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    Ken Boddie
    20/08/2017 #12 Ken Boddie
    I'll "peeface" my comment, Susan, by suggesting that those preparing for being "laid" by Microsoft may wish to get in the mood with some "porn and beans" - but only if the "porn" has no associated 'flatulation' ?
    Now that you've set the precedence for blue jokes, Susan, and assuming that you have a relatively broad mind, I'm reminded of the time I asked my elderly Volvo-driving aunt how my Uncle Richard was getting to the family get together, which I had arranged. She advised me that "Dick is coming in my vulva". I never did challenge her typing skills in this particular instance. 😔
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    19/08/2017 #11 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #10 Oh, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian! Those are wonderful! Thanks for a good laugh!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/08/2017 #10 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    LOL, this post is very timely. Many of my typos are auto-correct or spell check based. I ALWAYS double check carefully.

    I just finished two articles. One, for a client, had the word "analyse" switched out for "anal lice." I'm not sure if I should pity the afflicted person, the lice, or both. Caught and fixed.

    The other is a recipe for Tuna Burgers that I will post shortly. I don't know if I should blame spell check, probably not since the sentence makes "sense" as is. "Oil your grill to avoid sticking," became "oil your girl to avoid sticking." That too was caught and fixed
    Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    19/08/2017 #9 Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    #6 @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess LOL I thought it was ME reading your post a day late!
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    19/08/2017 #8 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #1 So maybe we should hunt for the right marketer, @Don 🐝 Kerr?
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    19/08/2017 #7 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #3 As long as I can just report them and not make them myself, @Gert Scholtz, I'm a happy woman!
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    19/08/2017 #6 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #4 Good to know, @Dominique 🐝 Petersen, even if it's a day late (I honestly thought yesterday was Thursday . . . until I didn't).
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    19/08/2017 #5 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #2 Thanks so much, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian! And while it is an actual headline in the newspaper, I LOVE your thought on it . . . ya never know, right?
    Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    19/08/2017 #4 Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    Thanks, Susan. A great way to start the day! ;o)
    Gert Scholtz
    19/08/2017 #3 Gert Scholtz
    @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess I always enjoy your spelling and grammar gaffes Susan. (Wrong grammar in itself :))
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/08/2017 #2 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    I SO love Fridays because of your funnies!!!

    Microsoft may be on to something. That would certainly take the sting out of losing a job. HR execs take note!

    Maybe Microsoft can include a can of Porn and Beans?

    In defence of The Kennebec Journal, that may not be a typo. It may have something to do with Trump's famous (infamous?) quote, "I like to grab them by the ...." Perhaps North Korean women are less into Brazilian waxes? I wouldn't know, just sayin'
    Don 🐝 Kerr
    19/08/2017 #1 Don 🐝 Kerr
    @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess Porn & Beans might actually find a real market niche.
  8. ProducerDevin Caldwell

    Devin Caldwell

    17/08/2017
    Why More Technology in Classrooms will Improve Learning
    Why More Technology in Classrooms will Improve LearningMuch like students themselves, new technology will never stop appearing and will continue to grow, adapt, and change as time goes on. We are living in an increasingly digital world where access to limitless knowledge is at the tips of our fingers –...
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    Numo Quest
    17/08/2017 #1 Numo Quest
    Regretfully practice has shown otherwise. In the Netherlands the technology in the classroom for education like laptops and tablets rapidly are on the decline. It has show that a number of motoric skills are rapidly vanishing. In many cases the hand writing skills are so appalling that students on high schools cant even recognize their own handwriting anymore while the natural math calculations also is on descent.

    Test have revealed that using IT peripherals in the classroom make parts of the brains numb while other parts indeed are becoming 'lazy'. Hence the use of laptops and tablets more and more are abandoned.
  9. Walter Smith

    Walter Smith

    17/08/2017
    https://affectivelearningwiki.atlassian.net/wiki/x/V4AwWalter Smith
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  10. Walter Smith

    Walter Smith

    16/08/2017
    https://affectivelearningwiki.atlassian.net/wiki/x/V4AwWalter Smith
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  11. ProducerSusan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    Tuesday Tricksters are Back! Morning-Musth
    Tuesday Tricksters are Back! Morning-MusthIt's been a few months since my last Tuesday Tricksters post, and I'm not sure why I stopped posting this series. Because each post shows my readers words in English that are easy to misuse (no matter whether English is their first or fortieth...
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    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    15/08/2017 #1 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    Thanks so much for sharing the post, @Milos Djukic! I always appreciate your support, as do so many others.
  12. Academia Usón

    Academia Usón

    15/08/2017
    Hola amig@,

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    Ignacio Orna
    15/08/2017 #1 Ignacio Orna
    Aprender desde el "Aprendizaje Positivo" pero a la vez Realista. Me encanta. Por ello "Quien más sabe, no es quien más estudia, sino quien más aprende".
  13. Walter Smith

    Walter Smith

    14/08/2017
    https://affectivelearningwiki.atlassian.net/wiki/x/V4AwWalter Smith
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  14. Emily Datson

    Emily Datson

    14/08/2017
    Emily Datson
    Significance and Need of Outsourcing Web Research
    bit.ly Before understanding the depth of the topic, let’s look at “What is a web research”? Web research, also known as ‘internet research’, is a process through which the information on the internet (especially the one existing on World Wide Web), is used...
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    Luis Piriz
    14/08/2017 #1 Luis Piriz
    Keep it up, Emy !
  15. ProducerPhil 🐝 Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Rethinking School
    Rethinking SchoolRethinking School The business of education has remained largely unchanged for the past 200 years. Today, educational systems must provide training that requires both intellectual and emotional labor. Students need to be prepared to adapt...
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    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    13/08/2017 #3 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    Education has changed largely in one regard. It is financially unattainable for some folks.
    Sue Bryan
    13/08/2017 #2 Sue Bryan
    Oh Yes, @Phil 🐝 Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee! Let's rethink school. The whole thing. From Pre-school through Grad School. Maybe you can tell that I've been a frustrated alternative educator for a long, long time..
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    12/08/2017 #1 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    I like learning. The educational "system", not so much. But, wisdom comes at a price.
  16. ProducerPeter Altschuler
    Starting over when it's probably too late
    Starting over when it's probably too lateLearning a language is learning a culture. A language’s syntax offers clues to the way a society thinks, and the changes (over centuries) reflect the evolution of social interactions and the shifts in the way people view their local culture and the...
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    Peter Altschuler
    15/08/2017 #19 Peter Altschuler
    #18 Russian is ideal for learning English, @Brian McKenzie. I studied it in high school, and English suddenly made sense.

    I'm sure that if I'd studied Latin or Greek, as my grandparents did, that I'd have had the same advantage, but my school didn't offer those "classics." It was the middle of the Cold War, and Russian was the logical alternative.
    Brian McKenzie
    12/08/2017 #18 Brian McKenzie
    I never learned English grammar, until I started studying Russian in college. I believe I still understand Russian better than English even though it is not my native language. The rules seem more logical than, "this is the way we do it" that I learned in the American classrooms.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    12/08/2017 #17 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    It's unfortunate we do not appreciate the English language, meaning we seem to conform it to the latest trend or what works to communicate. Even colloquial expressions vary from region to region, which must bring on confusion for those attempting to learn English.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #16 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #13 As do I sometimes, @Dominuque! Of course, others are far smarter than I in so many ways . . . they probably shake their head and sigh when I do something kind of dumb in the tech world . . . or the music world . . . or the travel world . . .
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #15 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #14 And that's one of the oddities of the language, @Peter Altschuler, although I suspect it's universal with other languages as well. Why a sweater in American is called a jumper in England (and perhaps other countries) is a mystery. But a fun one at that.
    Peter Altschuler
    11/08/2017 #14 Peter Altschuler
    #9 For several years, @Susan Rooks, I edited the English-language version of "Buongiorno Venezia," a weekly newsletter about Venice, Italy. Yet the Italian publisher insisted that the text use British English.

    Switching gears from U.S. to U.K. often sent me on lengthy quests to find the British equivalent of ordinary words; "jumper" instead of "sweater," for instance. The use of plurals, too, is different, as is the placement of punctuation and, obviously, the spelling.

    It did, however, come in handy when clients needed copy to be Anglicized for use in British English-speaking countries.
    Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    11/08/2017 #13 Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    #9 It's different when you're an editor; you HAVE to know all the rules. What I mean is my reading an email or a post and trying to figure out what the writer is trying to convey. For example, incorrect spelling or wrong word usage makes it difficult to follow. I can accept that from a foreign writer as they have another language. I find it hard to accept from someone who only has ONE Language—English! ;o)
    Peter Altschuler
    11/08/2017 #12 Peter Altschuler
    #6 Ah, @Dominique Petersen, that is a bit of a problem. Yet it may explain why audiobooks are so popular. I can speak from experience about that medium, since I've recorded several wonderful titles -- "Major Pettigrew's Last Stand," "The Peculiar," and "Creativity, Inc." among them.

    That may not qualify as actual book reading, but it's better than reading articles about the Kardashians.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    11/08/2017 #11 Lisa Vanderburg
    #10 '...the rules are not meant to be broken.' Now why, oh why didn't anyone tell me that? :)
    Peter Altschuler
    11/08/2017 #10 Peter Altschuler
    #5 Math, @Lisa Vanderburg, is far more logical than language, but the rules are not meant to be broken.

    My youngest daughter was absolutely convinced that she wasn't going to graduate from high school because she was sure she was going to fail math. The anxiety didn't help. Her eldest sister suggested that she spend a single weekend with her husband Ron, a man I referred to as a mathemagician.

    In two days, he made everything so clear, so straightforward, and so unintimidating that my daughter walked away with a B+ for the class... and went on to graduate magna cum laude from college.

    I placed out of college-level math because I'd taken calculus in high school, but I never cared a bit about mathematics. It was only my teachers' skill that gave me an appreciation of numbers, equations, and theorems and allowed me to excel.

    So my guess is that you just need to find the right "interpreter" -- someone who's fluent in the language of math and knows how to translate it for others.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #9 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #1 To be fair, @Dominique Petersen, it's not just the young.

    Many of my copyediting clients are in their 40s, 50s, or 60s. They just have forgotten some things they knew, or perhaps they weren't paying much attention back in school.

    And if I hadn't decided about 25 years ago to really study this topic of American grammar and usage, I'd be among them! I was really surprised at the rules I'd either never known or had forgotten.
    Peter Altschuler
    11/08/2017 #7 Peter Altschuler
    #2 My life's an endless litany of grammatical affronts, @Susan Rooks. From billboards proclaiming, "Most 747's to Paris," to the now thankfully diminished use of "persons" ("The rally was attended by 500 persons of various backgrounds") instead of "people," my days are pocked with blemishes on English.

    English, to its credit, is a sponge. It readily absorbs words and phrases from other languages and makes itself a little more expressive in the process. (The Académie Française doesn't feel the same way about French.) Yet it's not an easy language to master. Its pronunciation makes no sense, its possessives are unique, and its genders don't really exist, which results in a lot of "theirs" there.

    H-o-w-e-v-e-r... I'd never propose that people must have a command of every nuance to be masterful writers. All they have to do is be able to be understood in print. Granted, that requires the ability to think about and organize what's to be said, and that's a discipline that begins at the beginning -- with the input a child gets from its parents.

    As with any apprenticeship, it's vital to learn which tools to use, how to use them, and how to care for and maintain them. Grammar, punctuation, and syntax are the toolkit of language, and they can help transform misshapen ideas into ones that make sense.

    Of course, we don't get to choose to become an apprentice of language. We're forced into it and, frequently, we're tutored by those who never made it to the level of Master. But that's what public schools are for... if they invest in great teaching and do the job they're intended to do.
    Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    11/08/2017 #6 Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    #4 Don't get me started, Peter! LOL
    Another part of the problem is that they don't READ! I've heard some say that they haven't picked up a book since high school! Too many distractions like cell phones, iPads, YouTube, etc, etc.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    11/08/2017 #5 Lisa Vanderburg
    haha...can I learn Math (Maths if your in the UK) by osmosis...please?? I can see why the delightful @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess loves this buzz too!
    Peter Altschuler
    11/08/2017 #4 Peter Altschuler
    #1 I almost understand the mounting flaws among the young, @Dominique Petersen. Their schooling and their parents and the culture bear the blame (along with cuts to local education budgets, of course). What's inexplicable is the inability -- by people who should know better -- to write even simple declarative sentences. Yet maybe they're just trying to be young and hip and not so oh-so-20-minutes-ago.

    But I have another target in my scope: the media. Their adoption and use of contemporary idiocies only perpetuates the notion that those phrases and words might be right. Examples? "Fail" as a noun, as in "an epic fail." Or "go missing," as if missing were a destination, instead of a state of (non)being. Apparently, "vanish" and "disappear" have, ahem... gone missing.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #3 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    My friends and colleagues know how much I love this post by @Peter Altschuler!
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #2 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    "Take grammar. Americans seem to think it’s absorbed by osmosis. That’s true, in a sense, but if the source is incorrect or corrupted, so are the lessons passed along to the children. If you be learned that this sentence done satisfies what you knows about English, well… you’re going to be at a distinct disadvantage."

    Love, love, LOVE this, @Peter Altschuler! I know that there are a lot of ways to be smart and to be seen as being smart, and I realize that English grammar and usage may not be among someone's top strengths.

    That being said, it is learnable. And it's necessary that we all learn it. The basics are everywhere -- in my posts and those of others -- because presenting ourselves as professionals means showing our ability to communicate in a professional manner. Otherwise, our smarts may not shine through; they may be buried under poorly constructed sentences or errors in word usage that turn readers or listeners away.

    OK, enough. Yes. I wish more folks would pay attention to this basic way of showing their worth to others. Thanks for being such a strong voice here.
    Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    11/08/2017 #1 Dominique 🐝 Petersen
    I couldn't agree more. What I see from the young people these days is appalling!
  17. Gonzalo Ramírez Zapata
    #EqualityIsNecessary Gonzalo Ramírez Zapata
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  18. ProducerSusan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    Wednesday Words: OK, You Asked for it -- a Lie / Lay Quiz!
    Wednesday Words: OK, You Asked for it -- a Lie / Lay Quiz!This past Monday I published an American Grammar Checkup post on three difficult punctuation marks so many writers misuse, and I asked if there was anything else I could write about that would help my readers.David B. Grinberg said he'd love to have...
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    John Rylance
    11/08/2017 #12 John Rylance
    Susan you are truly a Wonk. What's that I hear you say. Apparently it is a person who studies too much and knows all the detail about something.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    11/08/2017 #11 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #8 Yeah, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, lain, even when used correctly, is an eye-opener (maybe an ear-opener, too) for sure! It just sounds so ODD!
    Kevin Pashuk
    10/08/2017 #10 Kevin Pashuk
    It was obvious that the cat was lying... You can't trust those critters
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    10/08/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    I was able to get possibly 75% right. I never realized until reading this how many different uses the words, Lie, Laid, lying and lain (which by the way, I don't think I've ever used the word lain). Thanks, this is an eye opener @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    10/08/2017 #7 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #5 We all get confused by these sometimes, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador! And I cannot use "lain" with a straight face, even when it's the right word . . . it stops conversations cold. It just sounds so darn pretentious! I always resort to using another expression of some sort -- I slept well. I took a nap. I slept all night.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    10/08/2017 #6 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #4 OK, @David B. Grinberg, believe it or not, you're making me blush, something I don't do often. We all share our knowledge; that's pretty much the point of being here and on any other of the platforms. I learn from YOU every time I read one of your posts; I marvel at what YOU know and share. And no one -- NO ONE -- shares as much of others' posts as you do.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    09/08/2017 #5 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    I missed a couple. I get confused using the word "lain". This is very helpful and thank you, @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess.
    David B. Grinberg
    09/08/2017 #4 David B. Grinberg
    Many thanks, as always, Susan. This is very helpful, as are ALL of your buzzing blog posts on grammar and otherwise. Frankly, I was happy the day you began this wonderful series -- and I'm thrilled you have continued to do it!
    Your exemplary efforts are always appreciated by all!
    cc: @Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador @🐝 Fatima G. Williams @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    09/08/2017 #2 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #1 Well, @Aaron 🐝 Skogen, you get the prize!

    Most folks admitted to not knowing a lot more than that, and until I studied these words, I would have failed as well. They're really tricky.
    Aaron 🐝 Skogen
    09/08/2017 #1 Aaron 🐝 Skogen
    Great check-up @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess. 14 of 15, here. I missed #3 when I chose "Laid". Always something to learn Susan, thank you!
  19. Robyn Shulman

    Robyn Shulman

    09/08/2017
    Robyn Shulman
    This Is What It's Like To Teach Online And Meet Your Students In-Person
    www.ednewsdaily.com This is our 10th interview in our thought-leadership series with 51Talk. Our featured teacher today is Ian Reed. Ian is a passionate teacher who recently went to China and met a few of the students he works with online. In this interview, Ian shares...
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  20. Emily Datson

    Emily Datson

    08/08/2017
    Emily Datson
    5 Reasons Your Company Needs Data Conversion Services
    bit.ly Here are 5 reasons you need data conversion services for your...
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  21. Louise Smith

    Louise Smith

    07/08/2017
    Character traits as easy to identify as ABC ! Louise Smith
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  22. Louise Smith

    Louise Smith

    07/08/2017
    Children mature at different rates so this is a general guide. Louise Smith
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  23. Louise Smith

    Louise Smith

    07/08/2017
    Children mature at different rates so this is a general guide. Louise Smith
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  24. ProducerSusan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    American Grammar Checkup: Do You Really Know How to Use These Three Punctuation Marks?
    American Grammar Checkup: Do You Really Know How to Use These Three Punctuation Marks?Yup, here's another American grammar post, just to help you be sure you know the basic punctuation rules. Please remember that it's American grammar, not necessarily any other form of English; each version has its own rules, and many times they're...
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    John Rylance
    11/08/2017 #8 John Rylance
    As always very informative Susan.
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    08/08/2017 #6 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #3 I'm glad if the post helped, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, and many thanks for sharing it!
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    08/08/2017 #5 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    #4 They get everyone, @Melissa Hughes! That's why I write about them so often. I never know who needs to see a post.
    Melissa Hughes
    08/08/2017 #4 Anonymous
    ARGH.... thank you, Grammar Goddess!! Colons always get me!
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    08/08/2017 #3 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    I always have to put extra thought into the use of single quotation marks. Thank you, @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess.
    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    08/08/2017 #2 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    I always find my mind grappling with these. Thank you.
    Tausif Mundrawala
    07/08/2017 #1 Tausif Mundrawala
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