Travelin' English 17: Basic Questions 3

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I train to remain

Hello and welcome to another weekly installment of our newsletter and blog, and I hope it finds you all healthy, hopeful, passionate, determined, ambitious and impartial in the manner in which you lead and live your lives – would we be kinder to one another and would the world be a better place if it was full of people plying their lives based on injecting all those adjectives into […]

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Read ' em : シスター・ステーション・NYで駅弁


英語:Tokyo Station is twinned with New York’s Grand Central

NEW YORK–In a nod to the historical and cultural significance of the world’s great railway terminuses, Tokyo Station and Grand Central Terminal have become “sister” stations. A ceremony took place at Grand Central in Manhattan on March 19. East Japan Railway Co. said it was the first such tie-up between a Japanese and an American railway station. This year marks the […]

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Thumb prints and palm prints

Hello to you all out there that, like me, Melissa and my other team members, are regularly spending a bit of time researching and putting things together in our newsletter and on our blog to provide others with one or two bits of interesting stuff to read and learn from from time to time.

When I was growing up I would often here people around me saying “If a job […]

By |April 19th, 2013|Categories: Stephen's Corner||0 Comments

Travelin' English 16 : Basic English 2

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Read 'em : ヘヴィメタル・ロボットバンド


英語:Rocking robots go heavy metal

They’re the heaviest metal band in the world – recycled metal that is. But don’t let that fool you. Compressorhead can rock with the best of them. In fact, being made of recycled metal gives this band quite an advantage. The drummer has four arms and the guitarist, aptly named Fingers, has 78 digits. Makes five sound slow, doesn’t it. The band have a set […]

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Travelin' English 15: Basic Questions 1

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Our newsletter

Hello and welcome to yet another weekly, yes, weekly edition of our newsletter. ‘Are you mad man?’ ‘Actually now you mention it, yes I am a little bit, perhaps more eccentric that mad, but what exactly do you mean by that question, and who the hell are you? ‘It doesn’t really matter who I am, as much as what I can do for you, anyway, let’s just […]

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Read 'em : ティーンエイジ・ハイパーポリグロット


英語:Teenage polyglot talks the talk.

(Reuters) – Like many teenagers in Manhattan, Timothy Doner enjoys getting an after-school snack from a street vendor. Except this 17-year-old can order in Arabic or in French, Latin, ancient Greek, Mandarin, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Farsi, Pashto, Hindi, etc. Doner lives in New York – an immigrant city that’s a melting pot of cultures and languages — and he speaks more than 20 of them […]

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A seat, two wheels, a frame and some nice weather

Hello and welcome to another edition of Sagan Speak and Alphabendi’s weekly newsletter. As usual, I would like to say a big thank you to all you faithfuls out there that keep checking out what we’re getting up to every week. We have one or two new ideas that we’re going to be trying out over the next several months or so, so please keep […]

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