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This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about disability. Disability is the consequence of an impairment that may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental, or some combination of these. A disability may be present from birth, or occur during a person's lifetime. People who are disabled may experience a problem in body function or structure, difficulty carrying out a task or action, or difficulty with involvement in life situations.
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about knowledge. Knowledge is the understading of a topic or subject. It can be theoretical knowledge, like the knowledge we get from reading a book, or it can be practical knowledge, which we get from doing and practicing things. Some people think knowledge and wisdom are the same, but others say that a person with knowledge can be without wisdom. Wisdom is the ability to make correct judgents and decisions.
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about books, literature and reading. Literature is the art of written work and means “things made from letters”. There are two main forms – fiction (text based on imagination) and non-fiction (text based on factual information). A love of reading can reduce stress, encourage positive thinking and improve your creativity and imagination. Nowadays, going to a library to read or borrow a book has become a rare event because many people prefer to use the internet to find information or they download an ebook instead.
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about creativity. Creativity is about turning new ideas into reality. It involves two steps: thinking of an idea and then creating it. If you have ideas but don’t create them, you are imaginative but not creative. There are many different ways people express creativity. It can be expressed through art, cooking, designing, fashion, architecture, and business ideas and inventions. The world would be a very boring place without creativity. read more
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about superstitions. Superstitions are irrational or unscientific beliefs about things that happen in daily life. They cause us to act in strange ways or believe in unusual things. They have existed for thousands of years and even though many superstitions might seem silly to us today, they continue to influence our behaviour. Superstitions vary from country to country and are usually related to things that are thought to bring us either good luck or bad luck.
This is the preparation material for an English conversation lesson about dreams. Dreams are images, thoughts, sounds and voices, experienced when we sleep. They may include people you know, people you've never met, places you've been, and places you've never even heard of. Sometimes they're as simple as recalling events that happened earlier in the day. At other times they can be strange and mysterious. Some people believe that dreams give us special messages, others believe they reveal our fears and worries. Most scientists believe that dreams are a way for our brains to consolidate all the information we accumulate in our day-to-day lives. read more
This is the preparation material for a Business English topic about Ambition. Ambition is a desire for personal or professional achievement, usually requiring determination and hard work to achieve success. For some people, ambition gives them a purpose or a goal to strive for. Many people think that a life without ambition is an empty life, while others think that inner happiness can be found without an ambition to achieve a high level career or a high paying job. Ambition is not just a desire to achieve, but it also involves the action or method of getting to that desire.
This is the preparation material for a Business English conversation topic about communication. Good communication skills are essential to the success of any organisation or company. The internal culture and the external image of an organisation determine what is communicated, by whom, and at what level in the organisation. Good business communication practices help the organisation to achieve its objectives. If organisations are to survive in the rapidly changing world of technology and globalisation, they must continually change the way communication processes are delivered. For example, nowadays businesses use teleconferencing, video conferences and even social networking as part of their day-to-day communications.