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Parlez-vous francais? Parli italiano? Kun-pood-pa-sa-thai-dai-mai? Learning a foreign language is essential in today’s world. But learning a language is more than studying from a text book or listening to CDs: it’s about immersing yourself in that language and experiencing true cultural exchange. Greenheart Travel’s Language Exchange Homestay (LEH) program offers exactly that: full immersion with a host family in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain or Thailand in exchange for a few hours of English lessons per week.
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Midnight in Paris Woody Allen’s latest places starving writer Owen Wilson in Paris with his fiancée, Rachel McAdams. Searching for inspiration for his incomplete novel, Owen begins taking strolls around the city at night where he discovers an unexpected group of people.
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Introduction 1. Understanding the Basics In the Beginning ... Why It's Not What You Say How Body Language Reveals Emotions and Thoughts Why Women are More Perceptive What Brain Scans Show How Fortune-Tellers Know So Much Inborn, Genetic or Learned Culturally? Some Basic Origins Universal Gestures Three Rules for Accurate Reading Why It Can be Easy to Misread Why Kids are Easier to Read Can You Fake it?
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This is the first post in our Kill Your TV series, designed to help you navigate your television-less existence for the next 30 days. (You didn’t think we’d spring it on you and then leave you hanging, did you?) Today’s post is all about helping you through the first week without your beloved plug-in drug – and filling those hours with something meaningful . While it may seem obvious to those of you who have been without cable for a few years now, we’re here to present the rest of you Kill Your TV participants with 174,203 (almost) things you can do with your life instead of watching TV. (We’re also giving you links to products we like in our newly opened Amazon store , to help get you started.) Take back those hours this month and do something productive, fun, enriching or restorative.
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