Travelin’ English 53: Home Stay

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Diet – A poem by Emma Austwick

I hope this two hundredth edition of our newsletter finds you all at least one hundred times happier with the product that you receive now when compared with the first one we hit you with. That means that we must have about two hundred poems to choose from now, so maybe it’s time to think about putting a book of Alphabendi poetry together. Actually, Melissa and I […]

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Read ’em: 15歳少女が手の温もりで光るLED懐中電灯を発明


英語:Teen Invents Flashlight That Could Change The World

Ann Makosinski was just another teenager with another science project when she joined her local science fair in Victoria, Canada, last year. Her invention, a flashlight that is powered solely from hand heat, took second place at the competition. Ann, 16, and her parents, both of whom are HAM radio operators and like to fiddle with electronics, were satisfied with that result. […]

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Travellin' English 52: In A Leather Shop

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Fists have been known to be thrown

Dear Readers,

I hope this super, great, fantastic, must click on and access, really interesting, fact-packed, well designed, easy to find, occasionally edgy weekly edition of our newsletter finds you all well and free from influenza. “Now what?” “Now, that’s a good question”. ” Whether good, bad or indifferent, I want an answer to it”. “Let me guess, are you going to tell us that all your family […]

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Read ’em:悪役を演じる影響


英語:Study: pretending to be Voldemort could increase your villainous behaviour

Pretending to be Voldemort makes you more dastardly, whereas pretending to be Superman makes you more good natured — at least, that’s according to new research published in Psychological Science, which claims the way in which you decide to represent yourself in a virtual environment can influence your behaviour in the real world. “Our results indicate that just five minutes […]

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Read ’em: 線路に火?


英語:Setting the Tracks on Fire Keeps Cold Trains Running on Time

When winter storms bring every form of transportation to a halt, you can usually count on trains to keep chugging. This winter’s polar vortex, however, has been so brutal that it even stopped the trains. So the Long Island Rail Road set the tracks on fire. When the cold hits, it isn’t the trains that have trouble. It’s the […]

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Travelin' English 51: Directions 2

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Please tell me …..

I hope all are well that will be receiving this edition of our weekly newsletter; yes, it’s an early morning attempt by your truly to tap out my contribution to it, so there should be no reason at all why Melissa, my graphic designer colleague, will not be walking out of the office here when the clock strikes six, or have I spoken too soon. If I have […]

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Travelin' English 50 : Directions

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