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History
by dwest61506
5 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Business & Money
by javrsmith
9 years ago
How to Learn Business English for Project Managers

If you want to be a certified PMP project manager, you must learn English. If you want to sell your products internationally, you should learn English. If you want to buy products from a foreign country, you should learn English. English is the most important business language...

Lifestyle
by genietoast
10 years ago
What Is the Advantage of Learning USA English?

At one point in time, I had considered teaching English abroad, but I decided to pursue internet marketing and writing instead.

One school in Taiwan I researched was very specific about their teachers having North American accents, i.e. students should learn American English. Interestingly enough, the school was privately...

Lifestyle
by dpeach
10 years ago
Study Spanish Online: Funny Idioms

When you study Spanish online you will probably learn a few idiomatic expressions. Here are some funny idioms that you may want to learn as you study Spanish online. This list is by no means complete. If you have any others that you would like to add, include them...

History
by augjm
9 years ago
Why English Will Be The Most Spoken Language In The World

English might not have the greatest number of speakers compared to Chinese, but it will soon become the world's most widely spoken language as Chinese students continue to learn English and enter the world beyond China.

Lifestyle
by Scroobal
9 years ago
Why is today's English different from that of Shakespeare's time?

Why is today's English different from that of Shakespeare's time?

Lifestyle
by ChicaMarie5
10 years ago
A Case of Language Acquisition: English vs Spanish

Humans are born with the natural ability to learn language and, not surprisingly, many academic fields focus on studying it, such as linguistics. There are a multitude of different languages in the world, which all have some linguistic differences. For example, the way that I learned two languages, English...

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
The Easiest Languages to Learn as a Native English Speaker

Learning a new language as a native English speaker is a great way to enhance your education. Many companies prefer a bilingual or multilingual potential employee over those with no secondary language skills. It is also a fantastic idea to learn a new language if you are considering traveling to the region that speaks it. Not only will this enhance your trip abroad by connecting you to the culture on a deeper level, but you will not look like that tourist jerk who neglected to learn anything about the language.

Lifestyle
by Naxem
6 years ago
Guidelines for ESL Learners to Boost Their English Mastery

Speed up your English Mastery as a second language with these ideas. It is not hard at all with all the tools we have online and offline. Sure ways to uplift your communication, spoken and written.

Lifestyle
by nyc_phd
10 years ago
The Best Sites for Israel News in English

If you are an American interested in reading the last news from Israel, you may find much of the Israel news coverage in the states to be not quite detailed enough. I've listed and summarized below some of the most popular news sites from Israel that are published online...

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Full English Breakfast-Minute by Minute Cooking Plan

'Full English??" Breakfast in English hotels should be something to write home about. Hotels normally have a hot breakfast buffet, but how would you cook it all at home? Here are the step-by-step instructions to cook a full English breakfast at home.

A full English breakfast has three courses....

Travel & Places
by blue three
7 years ago
Teaching English in Asia - Is it Right For You?

Teaching English in Asia can be an exciting way to make a living. But it's not for everyone. Find out if it's right for you with this article

Home & Garden
by Christopher D. Brown
7 years ago
Guide to Growing English Box

Thinking of growing a hedge, English boxes are great at screening and dividing parts of your garden.

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
10 years ago
English Garden Design - Traditional Landscape Plans And Ideas

An English garden is a rather prestigious looking and remarkably beautiful classic design concept. Turning a part of your property into an English garden would provide a space of tranquil calm for you and your family, and it would be marveled at by your guests and neighbors.

It is...

History
by Rev999
8 years ago
A Brief History of Colonial America 1600 - 1700

An article giving a brief history of Colonial America 1600 - 1700. It describes how many European settlers arrived in North America and how the English came to dominate during this period. It takes a look at Spanish-Mexican pioneer immigration and also describes how Native Americans were driven from their lands by aggressive colonists.

Travel & Places
by andrewagreen
8 years ago
Great Britain and the United Kingdom - What is the difference?

Ehat is the difference between Great Britain and the United Kingdom? Do you get confused by the difference between England, Great Britain and the United Kingdom? Where do Scotland, Ireland and Wales fit in the picture? Here's an attempted explanation.

Pets & Animals
by cosmopinkice
8 years ago
Famous Old English Sheepdogs

Old English Sheepdogs have appear in many popular ads, films and cartoons. They have been the inspiration for many stories and even a popular song.

Travel & Places
by andrewagreen
8 years ago
Ten things to love about Sweden

From Abba to Girl with a Dragon Tattoo; from Ikea to the Volvo; what is it that the British love about Sweden?

Home & Garden
by wordspeller
8 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Growing English Lavender

In the garden as well as in the fields, English Lavender is loved by bees and butterflies, and the people who grow them. It is found in a multitude of forms - from tinctures to distilled water and essential oil, and is reputed to make good honey. English Lavender flowers are extremely versatile - adding beauty and scent to your garden, promoting relaxation and good health and can even be added to your cooking! Whether you're growing lavender as an ingredient for scones, biscuits or shortbread you've baked (or ice-cream you've made!), English Lavender is certainly worth growing anywhere and everywhere!

Home & Garden
by wordspeller
8 years ago
History of English Lavender

The word Lavender is derived from the Latin term lavare, meaning 'to wash', and it is in this manner that dried English Lavender flowers were first used - in the baths of the ancient Greeks and Romans. In Greek mythology, English Lavender was dedicated to the goddess, Hecate, and ruled by the planet, Mercury. The species - Lavandula angustifolia - has been described in many historic books, such as the herbal written by Hildegaard de Bingen (1098-1180) and those of other important herbalists, such as John Gerard and Nicholas Culpeper, who lived in later centuries.

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