PET EXAM LISTENING PRACTICE PART 2 - Mp3 Download (4.87 MB) MUST READ : 1. Download Link will working with Browser MOZILLA FIREFOX & CHROME only. 2. Don't use IE (Internet Explorer) browser. Pet Exam- Listening Practice Part 3 Listening B1 Pet Practice Test 3 Part 2 Water phase diagram Phase diagrams The phase diagram of water Density change Four Principles of InterpersonalCommunication These principles underlie the workings in real life of interpersonal communication. They are basic to communication. We can't ignore them Useful FCE websites Here are all of the useful websites I can find to help students preparing for the Cambridge First Certificate exam. Please let me know if there are any broken links, or if you find something you think I should add. General www.flo-joe.com/fce/ Great website, full of tips, especially for Reading, Use of English and Writing.
What you need to know about tornadoes (CNN) -- A tornado is a funnel-shaped cloud that forms under thunderclouds and contains rapidly rotating air. Most tornadoes form from severe thunderstorms. Hurricanes can also produce tornadoes. Other Facts: Why Self-Compassion Trumps Self-Esteem In this incredibly competitive society of ours, how many of us truly feel good about ourselves? I remember once, as a freshman in college, after spending hours getting ready for a big party, I complained to my boyfriend that my hair, makeup, and outfit were woefully inadequate. He tried to reassure me by saying, “Don’t worry, you look fine.” Teaching Tips 19 Working holiday This is more of a warmer idea this week. Have you ever wondered about the contradictions in terms like 'found missing', 'alone together', 'small crowd' & one of my favourites 'Microsoft Works'? Have your students? These terms are called oxymorons.
Moving slabs [This Dynamic Earth, USGS] The layer of the Earth we live on is broken into a dozen or so rigid slabs (called tectonic plates by geologists) that are moving relative to one another. "Historical perspective" Sharpen Your Critical Thinking With E-Prime Have you ever heard of E-Prime? Critical thinkers use it as a tool to write, speak and think more clearly and accurately. Learn how you can use it to sharpen your critical thinking abilities, avoid mental traps and become a better thinker.
Call my Bluff Today we're going to play a little game called Call my Bluff. In this activity we have chosen ten unusual words. Each word has two descriptions of the word; only one of which is true. You must then guess the true definition. Why Creative Thinking is Inclusive Thinking, by Michael Michalko Albert Einstein was once asked what the difference was between him and the average person. He said that if you asked the average person to find a needle in the haystack, the person would stop when he or she found a needle. He, on the other hand, would tear through the entire haystack looking for all the possible needles. With creative thinking, one generates as many alternative approaches as one can. Creative thinking is inclusive thinking. 12 Hilarious Shots Taken at Exactly the Right Moment When we see something extraordinary happen in front of our eyes we often quickly grab our phones to snap a photo before the moment is gone. Today Bright Side would like to share 12 ridiculous shots that were captured just when they were meant to be. This lady lying under an ocean blanket This cat looks to be in perfect shape This student wore the right T-shirt and took the right seat An obedient dog