The Practical Writer with Readings
by: Edward P. Bailey, Philip A. Powell
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The Practical Writer with Readings
by: Edward P. Bailey, Philip A. Powell
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1001 Conversation Starters for Any Occasion Most of us realize that raising questions is a powerful way to get interesting dialogue. But asking good ones can be another matter—they’re not always that easy to think up! That’s where The Complete Book of Questions comes in. This book is one big compilation of questions—1001 of them you can use to launch great conversations in almost any context. And many of these questions are likely to trigger other questions you may also wish to discuss. Think of this book as a tool to spark interaction—and to know and understand others, and yourself, better. The questions in The Complete Book of Questions have been divided into ten categories for easy reference as shown in the chart below. There are probably as many ways to put this book to use, as there are questions within it! So be creative. Experiment with these 1001 questions in different contexts—and be sure to make the most of the conversations that ensue!
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Right word wrong word: words and structures confused and misused by learners of English
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|/ ɑ: /||Famous stars smoke cigars in cars and bars.|
|/ æ /||That fat cat sat on a rat. Now it's flat as a mat!|
|/ aɪ /||Mike likes bikes with spikes to ride on ice.|
|/ aʊ||I doubt he'll clout the lout who stole his trout. He'll shout out loud!|
|/ e /||The clever never ever say "Never ever!".|
|/ eɪ /||If there's a delay, they pay to stay another day.|
|/ eə /||They dare to stare at fair hair because it's rare there.|
|/ ɪ /||If the stick isn't thick, you'll split it when you hit it.|
|/ i: /||Don't freeze the cheese, please, Louise.|
|/ ɪə /||It's clear the beer is dear here.|
|/ ɒ /||Doctor Oscar often operates on opposition politicians.|
|/ əʊ /||Joan won't go home to Rome by boat alone.|
|/ ɔ: /||She caught her daughter in the water with a naughty boy.|
|/ ɔɪ /||The noise from Roy's toys annoys other boys.|
|/ ʊ /||The cook shook when he took a look at the cook book.|
|/ u: /||Whose two new blue shoes did Sue lose?|
|/ ʊə /||If the water on the tour isn't pure, you can't be sure there'll be a cure.|
|/ ɜ: /||Bert wasn't hurt but got dirt on his shirt.|
|/ ʌ /||If Mother had another brother, I'd have another uncle.|
|/ ə /||A moment ago he announced a new address.|
|/ b /||Barry's barrel of beer was a better buy than Bob's bargain bottles.|
|/ p /||Pete persuaded Pam to pick up Paula's parcel at the post office.|
|/ d /||Dad does detest dealing with dogs' droppings in the driveway.|
|/ t /||Toddlers' toilet training takes time.|
|/ dʒ /||Jolting gelignite is generally jolly dangerous!|
|/ tʃ /||Charles said cherries, cheese and chocolate are cheap in China.|
|/ ð /||It's the weather there that bothers them.|
|/ θ /||A thirsty thief thanked Theo for his thermos.|
|/ v /||Vera values the variety of vitamins in vegetables.|
|/ f /||Inefficient farmers fear future foreign food imports.|
|/ g /||The giggling girls gradually got a grip on themselves.|
|/ k /||Cairo kids quickly catch colds in Canada.|
|/ z /||The zippy Zaire zebra zigzagged through the Zurich zoo.|
|/ s /||Super salesmen soon succeed in selling something.|
|/ ʒ /||We should treasure leisure for its immeasurable pleasure!|
|/ ʃ /||She showed the shy shogun a Shinto shrine.|
|/ h /||When Helen had Harry, her husband hurried her to hospital.|
|/ j /||You used your yellow uniform yesterday.|
|/ l /||Larry lured lots of lovely ladies to his lair.|
|/ m /||Most managers make much more money than me.|
|/ n /||I'll naturally never know Naples like my Neapolitan neighbour.|
|/ ŋ /||Karaoke king Bing sang a long song in Hong Kong.|
|/ r /||Ronald Reagan wrecked his red Rolls Royce.|
|/ w /||We await snowy winter weather without warm winds.|
auxiliary verb + subject
- If you've got melted chocolate all over your hands, you're
eating it too slowly.
- Chocolate covered raisins, cherries, orange slices & strawberries all count as fruit, so eat as many as you want.
- The problem: How to get 2 pounds of chocolate home from the store in a hot car. The solution: Eat it in the parking lot.
- Diet tip: Eat a chocolate bar before each meal. It'll take the edge off your appetite, and you'll eat less.
- If calories are an issue, store your chocolate on top of the fridge. Calories are afraid of heights, and they will jump out of the chocolate to protect themselves.
- Eat equal amounts of dark chocolate and white chocolate; It's a balanced diet as they actually counteract each other.
Tips and ideas on the best ways to learn English faster.
Tips for Beginners
A visitor arrives from Morocco and tells me a curious story about how certin tribes perceive original sin.
Eve was walking in the Garden of Eden when the serpent slithered over to her.
“Eat this apple,” said the serpent.
Eve, who had been properly instructed by God, refused.
“Eat this apple,” insisted the serpent. “You need to look more beautiful for your man.”
“No, I don’t,” replied Eve. “He has no other woman but me.”
The serpent laughed.
“Of course he has.”
And when Eve did not believe him, he led her up to a well on the top of a hill.
“She’s in that cave. Adam hid her there.”
Eve leaned over and, reflected in the water of the well, she saw a lovely woman. She immediately ate the apple the serpent was holding out to her.
According to this same Moroccan tribe, a return to paradise is guaranteed to anyone who recognizes his or her reflection in the water and feels no fear.
- Paulo Coelho from "Like the Flowing River"
Ten things to know about you
1) You are a special person with wonderful heart
Enough , remaining tomorrow ,
one joke per day !
A student grabbed a coin, Flipped it said,
?Head, I go to sleep.?
Tail, I watch a movie.
If it stands on the edge I?ll study...
A holiday is a day when,
a man stops doing what his boss wants
and starts doing what his wife wants.
An Airplane Is Always Safe At Ground. But It's Not Made For That. So Always Take Some Meaningful Risks In Life To Get Great Acheivment.
A Bat blundered into the nest of a Weasel, who ran up to catch and eat him. The Bat begged for his life, but the Weasel would not listen.
"You are a Mouse," he said, "and I am a sworn enemy of Mice. Every Mouse I catch, I am going to eat! "
"But I am not a Mouse!" cried the Bat. "Look at my wings. Can Mice fly? Why, I am only a Bird! Please let me go!"
The Weasel had to admit that the Bat was not a Mouse, so he let him go. But a few days later, the foolish Bat went blindly into the nest of another Weasel. This Weasel happened to be a bitter enemy of Birds, and he soon had the Bat under his claws, ready to eat him.
"You are a Bird," he said, and I am going to eat you!" "What," cried the Bat, "I, a Bird! Why, all Birds have feathers! I am nothing but a Mouse. 'Down with all Cats,' is my motto!"
And so the Bat escaped with his life a second time.
It is wise to turn circumstances to good account.
Set your sails with the wind.
This is a list of English idioms with their meanings. (from A to Z)
File format: Zip (Word document)
Boundin' is a 2003 Oscar-nominated short film, shown at the start of the Disney-Pixar film The Incredibles. The film was written, directed, narrated and featured the musical composition and performance of veteran PIXAR animator Bud Luckey. It features a desert-dwelling sheep whose elegant dancing is very popular with the other animals. One day the sheep-shearers arrive and shear it for wool. Having lost his coat, the sheep becomes shy and loses the confidence to dance so elegantly. It is whilst in his bare state that a jackalope comes across the little lamb and teaches him the merits of "bounding" rather than dancing (that is, getting up whenever you fall down). The sheep is converted and its popularity is restored.
Here's a story on how strange is life with its changes,
And it happened not long ago.
On a high mountain plain, where the sagebrush arranges,
A playground south of the snow.
Lived a lamb with a coat of remarkable sheen,
It would glint in the sunlight all sparkly and clean,
Such a source of great pride,
That it caused him to preen.
And he'd break out in high steppin' dance.
He would dance for his neighbors across the way.
I must say that they found his dancin' enhancin',
For they'd also join in the play.
Then one day...
Then a-boundin' up the slope,
Came a great American jackalope.
This sage of the sage, this rare hare of hope,
Caused to pause and check out the lamb.
"Hey kid, why the mope?"
"I used to be something all covered with fluff,
And I’d dance in the sunlight and show off my stuff.
Then they hauled me away in a manner quite rough,
And sheared me and dropped me back here in the buff.
And if that's not enough,
Now my friends all laugh at me,
Cause they think I look ridiculous, funny, and pink."
"Pink? Pink? Well, what's wrong with pink?
Seems you’ve got a pink kink in your think.
Does it matter what color? Well, that gets nope.
Be it pink purple or heliotrope.
Now sometimes you’re up and sometimes you're down,
When you find that you’re down well just look around.
You still got a body, good legs and fine feet,
Get your head in the right place and hey, you're complete!
"Now as for the dancin', you can do more,
You can reach great heights, in fact you can soar.
You just get a leg up and ya slap it on down,
And you’ll find you’re up in what’s called a bound.
Bound, bound, and rebound.
Bound and you’re up right next to the sky,
And I think you can do it if you give it a try,
First get a leg up, slap it on down."
So every year, along about May,
They’d load him up and they’d haul him away,
And they’d shave him and dump him all naked and bare.
He learned to live with it, he didn’t care,
He'd just bound, bound, bound, and rebound.
Now in this world of ups and downs,
So nice to know there are jackalopes around.