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  • 00:24:12

    #114: How To Write Intensely Curious Headlines—Even If A Deadline Is Looming

    · The Three Month Vacation Podcast: Online Small Business|Marketing Strategy Plan| Sean D'Souza | Psychotactics

    How do you write intensely curious headlines—even if a deadline is looming. When writing headlines, you often get stuck. Can grammar come to the rescue when under pressure? Find out how grammar class helps you write outstanding headlines in a jiffy. --------- In this episode Sean talks about Part 1: What has grammar got to do with writing headlines. Part 2: Why you need to break up your headline writing process Part 3: What’s the one thing you can implement today in your headlines You can read this online here: https://www.psychotactics.com/headlines-three-ways/ --------- Every year, 20 billion bottles of wine are produced. And 80% of those bottles are closed with a single substance. A substance called cork. The cork, as you’d suspect, comes from bark of the cork tree The bark has to be harvested, and then you get the cork for those 16 billion bottles. But there’s no hurrying the process of cork production. A tree must be at least 25 years old before the bark can be harvested. After that, it can be stripped of its bark every nine years. Even so, the first stripping is totally unsuitable for wine and used only for industrial purposes. The second stripping still lacks the quality needed. It may take well over 40 years before the cork is considered good enough to put into a wine bottle. As you can see, a cork tree can’t be rushed. Good headlines too need a little time. But in today’s world, we need headlines for our newsletters, podcast titles, webinars, and workshops. But is it really possible to turn out a great headline almost immediately? Or do we have to wait? What we’ll cover in this article is the concept of headlines in a hurry. We’ll learn three ways to write great headlines and to write them under pressure. But we’ll have fun, and instead of just learning three ways, we’ll go back to grammar class. Method 1: Headlines with AND Method 2: Headlines with EVEN Method 3: Headlines with WITHOUT Method 1: Headlines With AND Remember Windows 3.1? I sure do. I was a cartoonist still living in Mumbai, India at the time. And that’s when I got my first computer. It was a 386 and top of the line with programs such as Corel Draw and Photoshop. Right before I got the computer I would go through the tedious task of drawing a cartoon, photocopying it several times and then colouring each version. Clients wanted to see the same cartoon rendered in different colours and I’d spend trips back and forth to the photocopy shop. Let’s say I got to know the photocopy guy quite well. But it also wasted a lot of my day Then along came Windows 3.1 and I was able to scan and then colour my cartoons in under half an hour. From paper to the computer was my big leap forward when it came to cartoons. And yet several years later when I moved over from cartoons to copywriting, I struggled a lot with writing headlines. Every time I sat down to write headlines, I’d get the blue screen of death in my brain. Until the day I figured out the incredible power of AND in moving a headline forward. AND? When writing a headline, all you have to do is add the conjunction AND and your headline seems to dart forward. Let’s take a few examples, shall we? How to raise your freelance rates How to raise your freelance rates (and get a greater number of clients) How to create magic with your brand stories How to create magic with your brand stories—and engage new readers every time you publish How to keep fit over age 55 How to keep fit over age 55 (and still eat everything you want) What did we notice with those AND headlines? The first was the sheer simplicity of the headline. We start the headline as if it’s going to be a really short one. e.g. How to raise your freelance rates. Then as an afterthought, we add the AND. What this tends to do is give your headline more oomph. The first part of the headline, without the AND is good enough, yet the second part allows the headline to move your client forward. Which is why the AND headline has a far greater curiosity factor than the headline without the conjunction. When writing AND headlines I use the parenthesis or the em dash The em dash is the long dash, used when you seem to be breaking a thought mid-flow. It seems like you’ve already finished with the thought. For example: How to create magic with your brand stories. Then suddenly the em dash shows up out of nowhere talking about “new readers”. It’s brought in a new thought—a much richer thought. Now your headline reads as: How to create magic with your brand stories—and engage new readers every time you publish. But you don’t always have to use the em dash You can just use the parenthesis instead. The parenthesis does something similar to the em dash. It creates a continuation of the thought, and the client feels a greater tug towards the AND type of headline. Visually too, the headline is more arresting. When you look at the headlines side by side, or even in your inbox, the second headline seems to say a lot more. But because there’s the em dash or the parenthesis, it’s like you’re getting some breathing space as the reader. If you wondered why you had to sit in boring grammar class, well, now you know. You’re in headline grammar class, and you just found out how to use AND, em dashes and parentheses to good effect. Like Windows 3.1 (bless its soul) which got me from a bit of a struggle to super-fast execution, you too can build a headline in next to no time by using the AND. But is there a good way of using the AND type of headline successfully? Sure there is. The best way to use the AND headline well is to write the first part. e.g. How to write irresistible calls to action. Then you walk away. Your headline is already super-yummy. But when you come back, several hours later, your brain will have something to add to the headline. So your headline will read like this: How to write irresistible calls to action (and increase CTR by 30%). The space between writing the first and second part of the headline isn’t necessary, but it does make for better headlines. Keeping a break between activities helps your brain hum in the background and come up with a far superior idea than if you simply jumped on the first possible idea that comes to your head after using AND. Ok, first part of grammar class is done. Let’s go to adverb land; the land of EVEN. Method 2: Headlines with EVEN I’d never heard of the comedian called Michael Jr. Then one day, I’m lying on the sofa time scrolling through Facebook and this video pops up. In the video, Michael Jr. is talking about how comedy works. And here’s what he says: This is how it works First, there’s a setup, and then there’s a punch line. The set up is when a comedian uses his talents and resources to seize any opportunity to ensure that his audience is moving in the same direction. The punchline occurs when he alters that direction in such a way that was not anticipated by the audience. He’s talking about the adverb Yup, Michael Jr. doesn’t know it, but he’s just given a quick grammar lesson. And that’s precisely the grammar lesson you can use in your headlines by using the adverb, “EVEN.” When you use EVEN in your headline, you’re doing what Michael Jr. is talking about. You’re taking the audience in a specific direction—and then moving them to the punchline, which isn’t quite anticipated by the audience. Hah, you’re eager for grammar lesson No.2, aren’t you? Well here goes: How to rank high on Bing How to rank high on Bing (even with low Google rankings) Why you should raise your freelance rates Why you should raise your freelance rates (even if you’re not sure you’re worth it) How to quit your day job How to quit your day job (even if you’re cash strapped) How to travel First Class How to travel First Class (even if You’re dead broke) See the setup and the punchline? It’s everywhere, you know, this setup and punchline. When you read The Brain Audit, you have the concept of the problem and the solution. That’s a setup and punchline. When you look at nature, you notice a branch, then a twig. A snowflake has the same set up and punchline. And of course, when we go to headline land, the adverb EVEN creates a powerful punchline. It brings out that extra bit of information that you’re simply not expecting. And in doing so, it gets and keeps your attention. Just like the AND, it helps to use the parentheses or the em dash And just like the AND, there’s no rule (at least that I know of) whether you use the em dash or the parenthesis. Just be sure to use it because it creates that setup and punch line both visually and intellectually. Visually you can see there’s a separation, but intellectually you see that extra bit showing up. And you weren’t particularly expecting the headline to go in such a weird direction, were you? So remember: set up, punchline. That’s the power of EVEN. We’ve covered AND and EVEN. Should we go to the third grammar lesson? Let’s head to WITHOUT, which happens to masquerade as a preposition adverb and conjunction. Even if you can’t remember where it sits on the grammar hierarchy, WITHOUT does a pretty cool job when you’re tired of using AND and EVEN. Let’s find out how. Method 3: Headlines with WITHOUT To write a headline with WITHOUT, all you have to consider is the opposite. And you can do it with random headlines. How to raise your prices How to raise your prices without losing clients How to raise your prices without increasing the quantity of product How to raise your prices without considering the competition How to raise your prices without the accompanying fear factor When you write a WITHOUT headline, guess what you’re really doing Yup, you’re bringing up the objection in your head. Notice the second part of the headlines? They brought out the fear of losing clients, of needing to increase the quantity of product, the fear of competition and yes, the fear of fear itself. All of these are obvious objections to your premise or article. So what’s a grammar headline writer to do? Why it’s perfectly simple, isn’t it? All you really need to do is write some sort of headline and then think of all the reasons why it’s not a good idea. Or at least why you’d have some objections to that idea. Let’s take an overly simple headline like: How to lose weight in two weeks. What are the objections to losing weight? – You’re a foodie – You don’t want to go on a crazy diet – You don’t care about exercise And then you slappity-slap on the objections to the first part of the headline. Ready? How to lose weight in two weeks (without giving up your foodie habits) How to lose weight in two weeks (without going on a crazy diet) How to lose weight in two weeks (without needing to exercise endlessly) And there you have it—WITHOUT comes to the rescue. Isn’t grammar wonderful? We should really do a summary, but what would we cover? We already know the three methods to make our headline stand out. All it takes is just three parts of the grammar universe: AND, EVEN and WITHOUT. AND gets your headline moving boldly forward, EVEN does this little setup and punchline trick and WITHOUT, WITHOUT is all about objections. See, those Grammar Nazis were right. You should pay attention your grammar because even if your brain feels like it’s running on Windows 3.1, you’ll still be able to turn out super-curious headlines. So what’s the ONE thing we can implement today? Remember the advice you got about writing part of the headline first and then going away? Well, here’s a reminder. You may be so very excited at your proficiency at grammar class that you may forget to take that break. Leaving that task unfinished ensures that your brain brings up (and rejects) many options. Eventually, when you go back to your headline, you’re likely to get a far superior headline than just the first one you think up. Put space between all activities. This article was written over a period of three days. The outline on one day, part of the article on another and finally the article was completed on the third. And only after these three days, did it go for an edit. A headline may seem almost puny when compared with an article, but letting the brain relax helps you get a far superior output. And that’s pretty much it. Grammar lesson over. School’s out. Special Bonus: Why Headlines Fail In under 7 minutes you’ll be able to go through a system that shows you: • How to write headlines that get results every time • Why you don’t have to be a copywriter to write headlines • How to construct headlines, without making a complete mess of things. Here is the report: Why Headlines Fail  https://www.psychotactics.com/free/headlines-fail/

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  • 00:04:55

    Sean Paul feat. Dua Lipa - No Lie (Avero & Syntheticsax Extended Mix)

    · саксофонист SYNTHETICSAX

    gS6ysGB1V7M @ саксофонист SYNTHETICSAX "No Lie" Текст песни - Liric "No Lie"(feat. Dua Lipa) [Dua Lipa:]Feel your eyes,They all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonight[Sean Paul:]Baby girl, you a carry ten ton a phatness,Gimme some of thatMixed with the badness,Look how she hotShaped like goddess, but a not just that,It's a good piece of mentals under the capHot piece of frame and mi love how you trodWatching every step of the pepper the way you gotStayin' in my brain, memory cyah detachMainly my aim is to give you this loveHypnotic the way you moveLet me acknowledge the way you doAnd I would not lie, baby, youBeam me up like Scotty, baby girlIt's so hypnotic, the way you moveThat's why I wanted to get to youAnd I would not lie, baby, youMove so hypnotic[Dua Lipa & Sean Paul:]No lieGirl, we never missFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lie[Sean Paul:]I'm so lit, so lit, my girlSo let me see you roll it, roll it, my girlMe love it when you bend and fold itNow let me bone itAnd let me own it, my girlGive you all the style that I have masteredHoist you up, baby girl, that's my wordGive you the good lovin' that is preferredYou deserve it, so don't be scaredIt's hypnotic the way you moveLet me acknowledge the way you doAnd I would not lie, baby, youBeam me up like Scotty, baby girlIt's so hypnotic, the way you moveThat's why I wanted to get to youAnd I would not lie, baby, youMove so hypnotic[Dua Lipa & Sean Paul:]No lieGirl, never missFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieShake that body, let me see you just do itGirl, hundred percentNo lieMove that body, let me see you just do itGirl, go on representNo lieShake that body, let me see you just do itTo the fullest extentNo lieMove that body, let me see you just do itGirl, you're magnificentNo lieFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lie

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  • 00:03:45

    Sean Paul feat. Dua Lipa - No Lie (Avero & Syntheticsax Remix) Radio Edit

    · саксофонист SYNTHETICSAX

    gS6ysGB1V7M @ саксофонист SYNTHETICSAX "No Lie" Текст песни - Liric "No Lie"(feat. Dua Lipa) [Dua Lipa:]Feel your eyes,They all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonight[Sean Paul:]Baby girl, you a carry ten ton a phatness,Gimme some of thatMixed with the badness,Look how she hotShaped like goddess, but a not just that,It's a good piece of mentals under the capHot piece of frame and mi love how you trodWatching every step of the pepper the way you gotStayin' in my brain, memory cyah detachMainly my aim is to give you this loveHypnotic the way you moveLet me acknowledge the way you doAnd I would not lie, baby, youBeam me up like Scotty, baby girlIt's so hypnotic, the way you moveThat's why I wanted to get to youAnd I would not lie, baby, youMove so hypnotic[Dua Lipa & Sean Paul:]No lieGirl, we never missFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lie[Sean Paul:]I'm so lit, so lit, my girlSo let me see you roll it, roll it, my girlMe love it when you bend and fold itNow let me bone itAnd let me own it, my girlGive you all the style that I have masteredHoist you up, baby girl, that's my wordGive you the good lovin' that is preferredYou deserve it, so don't be scaredIt's hypnotic the way you moveLet me acknowledge the way you doAnd I would not lie, baby, youBeam me up like Scotty, baby girlIt's so hypnotic, the way you moveThat's why I wanted to get to youAnd I would not lie, baby, youMove so hypnotic[Dua Lipa & Sean Paul:]No lieGirl, never missFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieShake that body, let me see you just do itGirl, hundred percentNo lieMove that body, let me see you just do itGirl, go on representNo lieShake that body, let me see you just do itTo the fullest extentNo lieMove that body, let me see you just do itGirl, you're magnificentNo lieFeel your eyes,They're all over meDon't be shy,Take control of meGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieHypnotized,Pull another oneIt's alright,I know what you wantGet the vibeIt's gonna be lit tonightGirl, we never miss, girl, we never missNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lieFeels how we do itNo lieIt's always how we do itNo lieFeels how we do itIt's gonna be lit tonightNo lie

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  • 00:16:09

    Episode 13: Pronouns - The joy of stress

    · Radio Arlecchino: Italian Grammar and Culture Podcast

    asset title: Episode 13: Pronouns - The joy of stress filename: ra_13.mp3 track number: 13/22 time: 16:09 size: 6.63 MB bitrate: 56 kbps In Episode 13, The joy of stress, we will continue our discussion of double pronouns and how stress can affect the spelling and placement of object pronouns. We will also talk about when it is absolutely necessary to use a 'stressed' or tonic pronoun: to resolve ambiguity, to compare or contrast, to answer a question, or for emphasis. Dottor Balanzone will call to share his snack of the gods. What a treat - let's listen!Dialog: ItalianEric and an Eager Young Italian Grammar Cadet 1. --Il professore ti spiega la grammatica?--Sì, me la spiega.--Professore, mi spiegherà il congiuntivo?--Certo, te lo spiegherò domani.--Il professore vi ha spiegato i pronomi?--Sì, ce li ha spiegati.--Professore, ci spiegherà le poesie di Arlecchino?--Mi dispiace, ragazzi, non ve ne spiegherò neanche una. Nessuno potrà mai spiegarvele ...Dialog: English--Does the professor explain the grammar to you?--Yes, he explains it to me.--Professor, will you explain the subjunctive to me?--Of course, I will explain it to you tomorrow.--Has the professor explained pronouns to you?--Yes, he has explained them to us.--Professor, will you explain Arlecchino's poems to us?--I'm sorry, guys, I won't explain even one of them to you. Nobody will ever be able to explain them to you.Dialog: ItalianEric and an Eager Young Italian Grammar Cadet 2. --Il professore spiega la grammatica allo studente?--Sì, gliela spiega.--Professore, spiegherà il congiuntivo alla studentessa?--Certo, glielo spiegherò domani.--Il professore ha spiegato i pronomi agli studenti?--Sì, glieli ha spiegati.--Il professore spiegherà le poesie di Arlecchino alle studentesse?--Purtroppo no, non gliene spiegherà neanche una. Nessuno potrà mai spiegargliele ...Dialog: English--Does the professor explain the grammar to the student?--Yes, he explains it to him.--Professor, will you explain the subjunctive to the student?--Of course, I will explain it to her tomorrow.--Has the professor explained the pronouns to the students?--Yes, he has explained them to them.--Will the professor explain Arlecchino's poems to the students?--Unfortunately no, he won't explain even one of them to them. Nobody will ever be able to explain them to them.Dialog: ItalianIl Dottore per i supplì al telefono 'Supplifono' -- lo Spuntino Divino!La ragazza: Pronto? Pronto? Pronto? Ma chi è? Chi c'è?Dottore: Ha ha! Ma non è il Suo ragazzo che Le telefona. Non è il Suo cellulare!La ragazza: E allora?Dottore: È lo spuntino degli dei che La chiamano ... al Supplifono!La ragazza: Come?Dottore: Sì, i supplì al telefono del Dottor Balanzone! Eccoli, eccoli, eccoli! Deliziosi e nutritivi! Venite! Vedete! Assaggiateli! Li offro ora a voi come li offriva a me la nonna ... con amore ... perché con amore sono stati sempre fatti... Signorina, posso offrirgliene uno?La ragazza: Grazie. Uh!Dottore: Stia attenta! È caldo! Mi dica, signorina, come lo trova?La ragazza: Mmmmm ... riso ...Dottore: Sì, il riso, sì ... e ...?La ragazza: Mmmmm.... ragù di carne...Dottore: Esatto ... e ...?La ragazza: Mozzarella ........Dottore: Ecco! Questo è il supplì della nonna -- Supplifono!La ragazza: È squisito! Non me ne offrirebbe un altro?Dottore: Come no! Ecco a Lei, signorina!La ragazza: Grazie. Ahi!Dottore: Stia attenta! Sono ancora caldi! Oh! questo sì sarà il Suo fidanzato!La ragazza: Lasciamo perdere, Dottore. Da ora in poi ricevo solo le Supplifonate! Mmmmmm!Dottore: Supplifono! Sono gli dei che vi chiamano dall'Olimpo, ad invitarvi a condividere con loro lo spuntino divino!Dialog: EnglishIl Dottore for supplì al telefono 'Supplifono' - The Snack Divine!The girl: Hello? Hello? Hello? Well who is it? Who's there?Dottore: Ha ha! But it's not your boyfriend calling you! It's not your cell phone!The girl: Well then?Dottore: It's the snack of the gods calling you ... to the Supplifono!The girl: Huh?Dottore: Yes, Dottor Balanzone's supplì al telefono! Here they are, here they are, here they are! Delicious and nutritious! Come! See! Try them! I offer them to you now as my grandmother offered them to me ... with love ... for with love they have always been made... Miss, may I offer you one of them?The girl: Thank you. Ooh!Dottore: Watch out! It's hot! Tell me Miss, what do you think of it?The girl: Mmmmm ... rice ...Dottore: Yes, rice, yes ... and ...?The girl: Mmmmm ... meat sauce ...Dottore: Exactly ... and ...?The girl: Mozzarella ........Dottore: There you are! This is grandmama's supplì -- Supplifono!The girl: It's scrumptious! Wouldn't you offer me another one of them?Dottore: Why, certainly! Here you are, Miss.The girl: Thank you. Ow!Dottore: Careful! They're still hot! Oh! now this must be your boyfriend!The girl: Don't mind him, Dottore. From now on, I only take Supplifono calls! Mmmmmm!Dottore: Supplifono! It's the gods calling you from Olympus, inviting you to share with them the Snack Divine!Dialog: ItalianEric and an Eager Young Italian Grammar Cadet 3: The pronomi tonici in action!--Guarda chi sta entrando! Sono Arlecchino e Arlecchina! Li conosci?--Come no! Ascolto spesso lui su Radio Arlecchino, e ho visto lei molte volte a teatro.--Com'è possibile che Arlecchina ami non solo me ma anche Pulcinella?--Ama te perché sei un tipo in gamba, sportivo ... ama lui perché ha l'anima di un musicista, di un poeta ...--Chi ami?--Amo solo te, cara mia.--Che cosa mi dicevi?--Non dicevo niente a te. Parlavo con il Dottore.Dialog: English--Look who's coming in! It's Arlecchino and Arlecchina! Do you know them?--Of course! I often listen to him on Radio Arlecchino, and I have seen her many time at the theatre.--How is it possible for Arlecchina to love not just me but also Pulcinella?--She loves you because you're on the ball, athletic ... she loves him because he has the soul of a musician, a poet ...--Whom do you love?--I love only you, my dear.--What were you saying to me?--I wasn't saying anything to you. I was talking with the Dottore.Dialog: ItalianThe pronome tonico with prepositions.È arrivata una lettera per te!Vuoi venire al cinema con noi?Non ti scordar di me!Evviva Pulcinella! Stasera ci sarà una grande festa da lui!Non avremmo potuto farlo senza di voi!Dialog: EnglishThe tonic pronouns with prepositionsA letter has come for you!Do you want to come to the movies with us?Don't forget me!Long live Pulcinella! Tonight there will be a big party at his place!We couldn't have done it without you!Dialog: ItalianEric telefona ad Antonella a Roma.Antonella: Pronto ...Eric: Ciao, Antonella!Antonella: Ciao, Eric! Come stai?Eric: Bene, bene, grazie! E tu? Ti disturbo?Antonella: Sto bene, grazie! Questa volta non mi sto abbuffando di arte ma di cibo vero!Eric: Ottimo! Buon appetito! Proprio di cibo volevo parlarti. Con tutte le pubblicità di generi alimentari che stiamo trasmettendo qui ho finito per comprare un sacco di roba ... il riso Barobio, la mozzarella Rintupicchio, e figurati, pangrattato Crostafù!Antonella: E che cosa pensi di fare con questi ingredienti?Eric: Proprio per questo ti ho chiamato! Pulcinella non c'è ... mi devi aiutare tu ...Antonella: Momento migliore non potevi trovarlo! Infatti sto abbuffandomi in una rosticceria di quello che per me è il miglior fast-food italiano! Il supplì!Eric: Domani sera vengono a casa mia parecchi amici dello studio ... fammi fare bella figura con uno sfizio italiano ... Andiamo con i supplì?Antonella: Sarebbero perfetti! Ti do subito la ricetta per i supplì al telefono!Eric: Al telefono, per forza, altrimenti non c'è tempo ...Antonella: Quindi ... stasera prepara un ragù di carne e cuoci il riso con il ragù ...Poi, domani, usa il riso freddo, amalga al riso un uovo intero ...Prendi una manciata di riso, mettici dentro un pezzetto di mozzarella fresca. Appollotala il riso a forma ovale ...Copri il supplì con il pan grattato e appena l'olio nella padella è caldo, metti il supplì e friggilo.Ecco! Così avrai fatto i supplì al telefono!Eric: Be', spero di non farli proprio al telefono!Antonella: No, i supplì sono 'supplì al telefono'! Quando arriveranno i tuoi amici, servili caldi, e insieme, spezzate in due il supplì, portate una metà all'orecchio e l'altra metà alla bocca ... la mozzarella sarà il filo del telefono ... e dite:Eric: 'Arisentirci'?Antonella: Hai capito!Eric: Grazie, Antonella, saranno deliziosi!Antonella: Sono buonissimi! I miei li ho finiti tutti!Eric: Parleremo di nuovo presto attraverso il filo del supplì!Antonella: Buon appetito! Dialog: EnglishEric phones Antonella in Rome.Antonella: Hello ...Eric: Hi, Antonella!Antonella: Hi, Eric! How are you?Eric: Fine, fine, thanks! And you? Am I interrupting?Antonella: I'm fine, thanks! This time I'm not stuffing myself with art but with real food!Eric: Excellent! Enjoy it! In fact it was food I wanted to talk to you about. With all these commercials for food that we've been broadcasting here I've ended up buying a bunch of stuff ... Barobio rice, Rintupicchio mozzarella, and go figure, Crostafù grated bread!Antonella: And what do you plan to do with these ingredients?Eric: That's just why I've called you! Pulcinella's not around ... you've got to help me.Antonella: You couldn't have caught me at a better moment! In fact I'm stuffing myself in one of those rosticcerie with what as far as I'm concerned is the best Italian fast food. Supplì!Eric: Several friends from the studio are coming to my house tomorrow evening ... help me make a good impression with something Italian and fanciful. Shall we go with the supplì?Antonella: They would be perfect! I'll go ahead right now and give you the recipe for supplì al telefono!Eric: It'll have to be al telefono [on the phone], otherwise there's no time.Antonella: So ... tonight make a meat saucce and cook the rice with the sauce.Then, tomorrow, use the rice cold and add a whole egg to it ...Take a handful or rice, put a cube of fresh mozzarella in it and roll the rice into an oval shape. Cover the supplì with grated bread and as soon as the oil in the pan is hot, put the supplì in it and fry it.There! That's how you'll have mad supplì al telefono!Eric: Well, I hope I won't be making them right on the phone!Antonella: No, the supplì are 'supplì al telefono'--'telephone style supplì!' When your friends get there, serve them hot, and together, split the the supplì in two. Hold one half up to your ear and the other to your mouth ... the mozzarella will be the phone cord ... and say:Eric: 'Arisentirci'?Antonella: You've got it!Eric: Thanks, Antonella, they'll be delicious!Antonella: They're great! I've finished all of mine!Eric: We'll talk again soon over the supplì wire!Antonella: Enjoy them!

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  • 108: How To Improve Your Writing With Grammar Girl and Grammar Pop

    · Coaching for Leaders - Talent Management | Leadership Strategy | Communication | Productivity | Executive Development

    A number of people who listen to this show want to be better writers, since I ve received a few requests for this topic. On this episode, how to improve your grammar and usage so you can communicate effectively in writing and who better to teach us than Grammar Girl. Guest: Mignon Fogarty a.k.a. Grammar Girl Producer […] The post 108: How To Improve Your Writing With Grammar Girl and Grammar Pop appeared first on Coaching for Leaders.

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  • 00:38:11

    Ep 098: Listener Q&A/ Grammar Girl

    · Wine for Normal People

    After a few great questions from listeners, we have a celebrity guest: Grammar Girl, the best selling author, award-winning podcaster, and brain behind Quickanddirtytips.com. She answers dorky questions about wine grammar in her fun, brilliant style! Listener questions were: What does it mean exactly when someone says a wine is rustic? Have you found wine shopping to be like fashion i.e.; certain items are a better bargain at certain times of the year? Unless I have a specific meal I am planning I tend to buy the same wine to drink and I go through stages. Am I messing up my palate by having a standard that I always go to? I sought out a Blaufränkisch and I was really surprised by how sweet it was. Is this typical of all Blaufränkisch , a Hungarian style, or just that vinter?   And then we get to the famous Mignon Fogarty, AKA Grammar Girl! She answers three questions for me: Should wine types (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, etc) be capitalized in writing? Why are some wine types not capitalized (champagne, sherry) by some wine writers? What's the deal with variety v. varietal? Mignon is a great person, brilliant, fun, and I'm thrilled we connected. Find her at: http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/grammar-girl And more about her new project, Peeve Wars here: http://FundAnything.com/peevewars

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  • Free Big Grammar Book for English Language Lessons

    · #englishbanana Free English Podcast

    Discover this hugely popular free Big Grammar Book for English language lessons - including how to download it! Links in this podcast: Download free Big Grammar Book: http://englishbanana.com/free-books/ and https://teachers.theguardian.com/teacher-resources/11021/Big-Grammar-Book-101-Worksheets-for-English-Lessons Download the free interactive version for desktop: http://download.cnet.com/Big-Grammar-Book-Interactive-Version/3000-2279_4-75450419.html Buy a paperback version (as in the picture): http://www.amazon.co.uk/Big-Grammar-Book-Worksheets-English/dp/150240995X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 Find out more about Big Grammar Book: https://englishbanana.wordpress.com/2015/08/17/big-grammar-book-has-been-downloaded-from-englishbanana-com-over-1-million-times-in-2015-so-far/

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  • 00:10:18

    138: 8 grammar mistakes that even advanced students make

    · Espresso English Podcast

    I see this problem in a lot of more experienced English learners: Their written English might be 90% fine, but there are still some small errors. These mistakes don't affect communication... but of course we still want to correct them! In today's lesson, I'll teach you 8 common English grammar mistakes with examples from real students of mine. Are you an upper-intermediate or advanced student, and do you want to make sure your written English is completely correct? If so, then you would definitely benefit from my Advanced English Grammar Course. It has 45 lessons that cover many aspects of English grammar in depth, with plenty of examples. But what really makes it special is the writing task in each lesson, where you have the opportunity to send me your writing for correction and feedback. You can click here to learn more about the course, see the lesson list, and take some free samples.

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  • 00:15:23

    Learn English 62 Learn the 100 Most Common English Words and their Grammar

    · Learn English Through Listening

    Learn English 62 "Learn the 100 Most Common English Words and their Grammar" even though you don't need it to speak English sometimes knowing common English grammar can be useful.For today’s podcast, I thought I would give you something a bit different. Normally, because the idea of Adept English is that you learn through listening, I don’t really go into grammar or the structure of the language very much. But I also realise that many of you are learning English through traditional courses – the ones which do teach you how to read and write English, rather than speaking it. And these courses often focus on grammar – so I thought today that I’d give you a little help understanding English grammar. You don’t really need it to speak the language and be fluent – but you do need it for most English language college courses and a little bit of knowledge goes a long way, so even if you are primarily interested in English conversation, this is still helpful, I think.You are currently viewing the raw RSS podcast article text. Click here to view the original article:Original Article Podcast 62: https://adeptenglish.com/2017/06/26/learn-the-100-most-common-english-words-and-their-grammar/Our Website: https://adeptenglish.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglishFacebook: www.facebook.com/adeptenglishGoogle+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113355610882449245429/postsSoundCloud: @adeptenglishWe provide a number of English language conversation and video lessons to learn the English language.We want to help you improve your English language speaking and conversation skills. With us, you will speak English as a Second Language ESL.So why not learn English the easy and FREE way.If you like what we do please click subscribe to join our channel.And share us with your friends by 'liking' our videos and sharing them via your social media.Thanks.2017, anglais, apprendre, Education, engleza, englisch, English, ESL, FREE, ingilizce, invata, lernen, öğren, speak, английский, выучить, язык, الإنجليزية ,تعلم अंग्रेजी सीखिये, 学英语 

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  • 00:14:57

    184: My students have holes in their grammar

    · I Will Teach You A Language | Weekly Motivation and Language Learning Tips to Help You Become Fluent in Any Language

    Ferdinand asks: "How do I repair holes in my students' grammar?" Episode Summary: How holes in your grammar can develop Different roles for the teacher: Teach what you know is right Teach what the student expects Raising awareness is the only way to help students self-monitor and fix their own mistakes If students resist basic grammar exercises, look for another way... How to raise awareness and encourage self-monitoring: Talk to them about their goals, and how better grammar would help "Stealth grammar" Record the student and have them listen back Write two sentences on the board, ask: "What's the difference?" Set writing tasks instead of speaking tasks - scaffold their language and highlight opportunities for better grammar Resources Mentioned In Today's Episode: 19 quick changes you can make today that will make you a better language teacher Start speaking today: I’d like to thank iTalki for supporting the show. To claim your free lesson and start speaking today, visit: http://iwillteachyoualanguage.com/italkishownotes   Do you have a question? Ask me your language learning questions by clicking here, and I’ll do my best to feature it on the show! Also, please subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of the podcast! If you’ve got any comments about the show then please leave them in the “comments” section below! If you’d like to help me out, then I’d love it if you could… Share the episode using the social media buttons around you Leave an honest review and rating of the podcast on iTunes (click here to do that) iTunes reviews in particular really help the rankings of the podcast and help me to reach other aspiring language learners out there! See you in the next episode of the I Will Teach You A Language podcast!

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  • 【有文稿】高颜值哪怕还贷款?

    · Round Table 圆桌议事

    【特别感谢热心听友吕欣欣帮忙听写本篇文稿】Heyang: In Chengdu, an underage girl had plastic surgery, without the consent of her parents. She also owed the hospital over 10 thousand Yuan for her surgery. How could this have happened in the first place?So guys, here is a story that’s a little bit complicated here. Could you please unpack the story for me?Brian: I will attempt to. So we have Xiao Zhen here who is a 17-year-old girl, not feeling so great about the way she looks. So she decides, “oh, I’ll have some micro plastic surgery on my face to make things better”, so this was last November. And it cost over 12000 yuan in Chengdu there. And she didn’t have that much money. She’s a student. So what she does is rather than talking to her parents at all about this which seems like she did not do, she goes to a friend who’s over 18 and says, “hey, can you help me apply for a loan here?” So her friend applies for the loan. And then she uses that there and goes all behind her parents’ back.Luoyu: Well, is it really she asked some of her friends to lend her the money?Brian: She asked her friend to apply for the loan, for her, not to lend her the money.Luoyu: I think the hospital basically arranged everything for this. I mean, basically for the very first time when the 17 year-old girl consulted with the hospital staff, the person, the staff refused her to take the surgery because she got to know that this girl is only 17 years old. And for the very second time, she didn’t tell this member she was 17. Yet this staff from the hospital told her that if you lack financial means, we can definitely help you with it by borrowing some money from the loan companies.Heyang: So the hospital directed this girl to the loan company (Luoyu: Yes), and get the financial side of things sorted out so the underage girl can have plastic surgery. Is this the story? (Luoyu: Yes) Right. Who is at a greater fault here? I mean, we’ve got at least 4 parties in play here, right? The girl herself, her parents who’s like completely out of the picture until they wanted to get compensation, and there’s the hospital and loan company, who’s at fault here?Brian: Well, who’s at fault versus who’s at greater fault because I think we can say that all of them are at fault to some degree. But to me I think the greatest would be the hospital. Because she’s under 18, she should not be allowed to do this at all and it happened. And not only that, they helped point her to this loan company for this huge loan which she was gonna take on on her own as a student with no income. And again she couldn&`&t get the loan. She was not supposed to get the loan being under 18 there. So the hospital has done several bad things here on top of the girl who was foolish in multiple ways. But it’s really the hospital enabled her. There’s supposed to be restrictions and you know, following the rules so that when young people who are not as fully developed, wanna do something that’s not very wise, they’re stopped from doing that. And the hospital is the one who didn’t stop her, and they’re at biggest fault.Luoyu: Well, the hospital doesn&`&t have any reason to stop the 17-year-old girl to…Brain: She’s 17. Of course they have a reason. She’s not supposed to be getting about it.Luoyu: But come on, I mean, the purpose for the hospital is to gain profit especially the hospital in a private sector. And when we’re talking about this, I mean, the verification process doesn’t even exist in this hospital. The loan applicant is not the one who received the surgery. So I think the whole industry should be standardized, maybe?Brain: There’s a fair point there but I would say, hospitals I mean, yeah they’re for profit, but there’re rules, too, man.Heyang: Yeah there’re rules and Luoyu thinks the hospital is right along all this time?Luoyu: No no no I don&`&t think it’s all right.Brian: Not as much.Heyang: We have some listeners who have a very strong opinion about underage girl who got a loan to get plastic surgery without the consent of her parents’ story. As Qiang says, I think it is the girl herself that is fully responsible here and her parents are at fault that they did not pay attention or enough attention to this girl’s demand or, you know. I think Qiang thinks that for someone who so desperately wants plastic surgery, the parents should educate and console her a bit more and he doesn’t really agree with it. And Han says the girl is responsible for this. She should let her…Okay here comes the interesting bit. She should let her parents know that having a pretty face is a really good investment nowadays. And…(Luoyu: Which I agree with.)But everybody’s entitled. They have their own opinion.(Brian: True. True.) And we will attack Luoyu after I finish reading this post. And Han also says she should ask her parents to pay for it. I don&`&t think there’s a law saying that parent involvement is necessary for underage people to go to the hospital to have a surgery. And to my knowledge this is actually incorrect, Han. Guys, do you have anything to add here?Brian: Yeah, that is the case. So the hospital cannot refuse patients if they’re under 18. There’s no law says that. But there is a regulation that says they have to be accompanied by parents and they need their signature there. So if the girl had been with her parents and done all this, the hospital would not have been wrong in doing that, right? She wasn’t with her parents so this is one of many wrongs on the hospital there. And so a lot of it is enforcement of these rules cos we have all these rules here the hospital should have been following. And again the morality of this young person and this is why we have these to protect young people who don’t know what they’re doing as much. And the hospital didn’t follow them. It didn’t force its rules. Therefore they are at greatest fault.Luoyu: That’s why I say that this industry, the whole industry should be regulated to prevent some of the loopholes here. And if you look at the loan company in the hospital, basically hospital arranged everything, every little bit of this loan, and they’re on the same boat to be part of this black market or interest chains together to make money because this hospital is a private hospital as the nature of the private entity is profit driven, right? So they have to make money. If you don&`&t impose them with the further regulations, they’re gonna do this anyway.Brian: Right, right, it is not just regulation, but stronger regulation and enforcement as with many things, enforcement is the key to a lot of things here.

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  • Typeradio: CMYK by Electric Mustafa

    · Typeradio Podcast

    CMYK – Official anthem of the Typeradio Typo Berlin 2006 Show A spectacular live show featuring the legendary colour girl Miss Kathy, world renowned letter-incarnator The Great Ornaldo who completed the entire alphabet in under six minutes using all his body parts. The Typographic Orchestra were flown in from London to create spectacular finger-licking visual intros. Also a heart wrenching interview with Mr. Comic Sans. And to top it all we were joined for the first time ever by Electric Mustafa to sing a specially written rendition of the all time classic by the Village People, CMYK. Now available for everybody to download and enjoy! Electric Mustafa – CMYK (written, arranged & produced by Mike Meijer / based on YMCA by Jacques Morali, Henry Belolo, Victor Willis) Young girl, you can be blue or pink I said, young girl, with just four kinds of ink I said, young girl, this is the missing link All you got to do is mix ‘em! Young girl, with a touch of Cyan I said young girl, add some Magenta and then I said young girl, a little Black if you can. And you can paint the town deep purple It’s fun to play with CMYK It’s fun to play with the CMYK It is the perfect way for a young girl to play It is more fun than modern ballet! It’s fun to play with CMYK It’s fun to play with CMYK You can get paint yourself green, or even aquamarine The most colorful chick on the scene Young girl, so much colors to choose I said young girl, no need to have the blues I said young girl, so much more you can use All the colors of the rainbow Young girl, here’s a way to gain ground I said young girl, you’re not one-color bound  I said, young girl, you can mix ’em around It’s the way to have a good timeFile Download (4:05 min / 5 MB)

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  • Grammar Schools - Good Or Bad? - 3rd November 2016

    · The Parents' Show

    Grammar schools are like Marmite! There has been a great deal of discussion about on the back of the government’s announcement to increase the number of grammar schools in England. How do parents feel about this development? Do we fully understand what this might mean for our children? We are going to speak to an excellent selection of guests to help us understand it. Peter Lilley MP for Harpenden and Hitchin will speak about grammar schools and why the government has taken this decision. Ray Mc Govern, Head Teacher at St George’s school in Harpenden will be sharing his experience and thoughts about grammar schools and finally we will have a panel of parents from the local area to thrash the issue outClick To Listen >> Grammar Schools - Good Or Bad?

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  • 00:22:43

    Spoken English Grammar Mastery

    · Effortless English Podcast | Learn English with AJ

    Spoken English grammar must learned in a special way.  Studying grammar rules will not help you.  Grammar books will not help you. https://effortlessenglishclub.com/spoken-english-grammar-mastery

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  • 00:26:40

    136: Learning English grammar with Shayna

    · I Will Teach You A Language | Weekly Motivation and Language Learning Tips to Help You Become Fluent in Any Language

    In this episode, I'm joined by Shayna from Espresso English to talk about learning English grammar! In this episode: Does grammar matter? Why do students struggle to learn English grammar? Does learning grammar change at different levels? Tips for mastering English grammar Resources mentioned in this episode: Espresso English - Shayna's awesome blog for learning English! Espresso English Podcast - Shayna's podcast Start speaking today I’d like to thank iTalki for supporting the show. iTalki is the best place online to connect with affordable and effective native speakers teachers and tutors. To claim your free lesson and start speaking today, simply visit:http://iwillteachyoualanguage.com/italkishownotes Do you have a question? Ask me your language learning questions by clicking here, and I’ll do my best to feature it on the show! Also, please subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of the podcast! If you’ve got any comments about the show then please leave them in the “comments” section below! If you’d like to help me out, then I’d love it if you could… Share the episode using the social media buttons around you Leave an honest review and rating of the podcast on iTunes (click here to do that) iTunes reviews in particular really help the rankings of the podcast and help me to reach other aspiring language learners out there! See you in the next episode of the I Will Teach You A Language podcast!

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  • Are You Learning English Backwards? Learn Conversation then Grammar

    · Go Natural English Podcast | How to Speak Fluent E

    Have you ever had a teacher say to you, “Put the book down and listen to me?” While books are good and necessary for learning, there comes a time when exposure to the conversational tone of the language is absolutely necessary. Even though English is spoken in countries around the world, different countries and even different regions within countries tend to have a variety of accents and phrases that may not always make sense outside of their respective communities.   Traditionally we have been taught that learning rigid grammar rules (along with their exceptions) is the proper way to learn a language. In this episode Gabby explains that maybe a better way to learn is to actually listen to people speak, and pay attention to how they use certain words and phrases. Once you hear the spoken word, it might be easier to study the grammatical structures behind the words and their meanings.   If you want to learn English faster and better while improving your conversational skills, visit gonaturalenglish.com and use the resources that Gabby provides to help you with your fluency. Good luck in your English language studies.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qtb3J8rSnKE   Episode transcript below:   Hey, Hey! How’s it going? What’s up? Welcome to Go Natural English. I have a quick English learning tip for you. What I’d like to request, with all sincerity and respect, is that you stop trying to memorize grammar rules. Don’t try to go from learning grammar rules to conversation. I want you to do this backwards. Do it a little different than the traditional classroom learning English way that is not working. So, we’re going to flip things around. I want you to start with English conversation. I want you to listen carefully to the way that people are trying to express themselves in English, and notice the grammar that they’re using in specific situations, and then copy that and use it in the same situation. For example, if you notice people are talking about their experience, they’re probably using the present perfect – “I have worked”, “I have traveled”, “I have blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.” So, you notice – ooh, I need to use – I’ve heard “I have” in the present perfect, you use that structure to talk about experience. So, I need to use that to talk about my experiences instead of trying to go from your textbook memorizing every single tense and then trying to apply it when you speak English without even hearing it. That way seems backwards to me. So, what I suggest for you is a natural way of learning. Listen first – try to understand the patterns, and then use it yourself. You’re just copying what you already heard and it’s so much better. I’ve learned Portuguese this way. This is how I am able to express myself fluently in other languages and I recommend it for you too. So, if you’re interested in learning more about how to learn the Go Natural English way then come to gonaturalenglish.com and I’d love to share a free eBook with you and I’d love to invite you to join the premium Go Natural English course. It has tons more tips, materials, support, and practice for you to get fluent fast. I hope to see you there. Bye for now. The post Are You Learning English Backwards? Learn Conversation then Grammar appeared first on Go Natural English.

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  • YQ15 | Is it Important to Remember Grammar Rules when Speaking?

    · English 2.0 Podcast: How to Improve English | ESL

    On the 15th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question: Q: Is it important to remember grammar rules when it comes to speaking? Here are my thoughts and suggestions: First, we need to have a basic level of grammar in order to be understood. However, if we think too much about grammar while speaking, it can affect our spoken fluency. There's a balance between GRAMMAR and FLUENCY for most students. Suggestions: 1. Don't worry about grammar when speaking. 2. Learn to think in "function." 3. Review the "Speaking Skills" series to help you. Download Video (62MB) ***Right Click->Save Link As Mentioned on this episode: ALsensei on Twitter - @ALsensei ALsensei on Periscope - Download here Speaking Skills Episodes - Click here Help out the English 2.0 Podcast - Click here On the English 2.0 Podcast, I help you express yourself more naturally and smoothly. We go beyond the words and phrases and talk about how to make your English sound more natural, proper mindset, and success principles. Level up your Learning Level up your Language Level up your Life Do you have a question? Please email me at: ask@alsensei.com Please subscribe in iTunes

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  • 00:03:59

    SER vs ESTAR – Intro to the Spanish Grammar Review Podcast

    · Spanish Grammar Review

    Do you know when to use SER vs ESTAR? Some of you may remember my original Spanish Grammar Review podcast that I started in 2007. I took a break to focus on the Medical Spanish Podcast and resumed podcasting about Spanish grammar in June of 2012. In this first podcast of the “new” Spanish Grammar […] The post SER vs ESTAR – Intro to the Spanish Grammar Review Podcast appeared first on Doc Molly's Podcasts.

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  • Sunshine girl

    · 不能错过的翻唱歌曲

    原唱:Moumoon演唱:慕诺Nicoキラキラ 阳(ひ)差(さ)しを浴(あ)びてKi ra ki ra hi sa shi wo a bi te闪亮闪亮 沐浴着日光Make up, and dressed Are you ready to go?化好妆,穿上漂亮衣服 你准备好了吗?Weather is great, it&`&s your holiday天气好极了,这是你的假日We gotta party all day long我们要开一整天的派对Happy day Summer day快乐的日子 美好的夏日Sunshine Girl阳光女孩I like it, Happy day Summer day我喜欢,快乐的日子,美好的夏日Sun shines for you阳光为你而闪耀Happy day Summer day快乐的日子 美好的夏日Sunshine Girl阳光女孩I like it, Happy day Summer day我喜欢,快乐的日子,美好的夏日Sun shines for you阳光为你而闪耀曲(ま)がり角(かど)を 照(て)らすビビットな SkyMa ga ri ka dou terasu bibitto na sky照耀着街角的是明媚灵动的天空いつもと违(ちが)うにおいの风(かぜ)吹(ふ)き抜けてItsumo to chigau nioi no kaze fukinukete与平时味道有点不同的风在吹着背筋(せすじ)しゃんと伸(の)ばした その分(ぶん)だけSe su ji shan to no ba shi ta sono bundake伸个懒腰 只要那样なんだか いい事(こと)がありそうだよね Sunshine GirlNan da ka ii k oto ga ari sou da yo ne Sunshine Girl似乎……看起来就是很好的事情呢Sunshine Girlキラキラ辉(かがや)いているKi ra ki ra ka ga ya i tei ru亮闪闪亮闪闪地发着光胸(むね)に秘(ひ)めたるその太阳(たいよう)mune no hime taru sono taiyou心中潜藏着的那个太阳はしゃいだ者(もの)胜(が)ちの HolidayHashai da sha gachi no holiday生活枯燥无味的人们的胜利日 holiday踊(おど)ってもっと解(と)き放(はな)ってOdotte motto toki hanate尽情跳舞吧 更加畅快地释放出来Happy day Summer day快乐的日子 美好的夏日Sunshine Girl阳光女孩I like it, Happy day Summer day我喜欢,快乐的日子,美好的夏日Sun shines for you阳光为你而闪耀I like it, Happy day Summer day我喜欢,快乐的日子,美好的夏日Sunshine Girl阳光女孩I like it, Happy day Summer day我喜欢,快乐的日子,美好的夏日Sun shines for you阳光为你而闪耀振(ふ)り返(かえ)れば 流(なか)れ行(い)く景色(けしき)Fu ri ka ere ba nagare yuku keshiki回过头去 景色流转不息わたしも毎日(まいにち)前(まえ)に ちゃんと进(すす)んでいるからWatashi mo mainichi mae ni chanto susunde iru kara每一天每一天 我也在一点点地前进着口角(こうかく)きゅっと上(あ)げて その分(ふん)だけKoukaku kyutto agete sono bu n da ke将嘴角轻轻上扬 只要那样ハッピーとラッキーに近(ちか)づいてるHappy to lucky ni chikazuite iru快乐与幸运就会靠近你キラキラ笑颜(えがお)で HelloKi ra ki ra te egao de hello用亮闪闪的笑容说Helloおもちゃ箱(はこ)があふれるOmocha bako ga afureru从玩具八音盒从溢出的悦耳旋律ポジティブになれるリズムPojitibu ni nareru rizumu将它化作积极的心态歌(うた)ってもっと解(と)き放(はな)ってUtatte motto toki hanate歌唱吧 更加畅快地释放出来Happy day Summer daySunshine GirlI like it, Happy day Summer daySun shines for youI like it, Happy day Summer daySunshine GirlI like it, Happy day Summer daySun shines for youこの瞬间(しゅんかん)しか出来(でき)ないKono shunkan shika dekinai有些东西 除了这个瞬间以外感(かん)じられないものがあるしkanjirarenai mono ga arushi是无法感受到的今(いま)、会(あ)いたいあなたにメルシー Woo yeahIma aitai anata no merushii ouh yeah现在,真诚地感谢渴望见到的你いつまでもこのままがいいなItsumademo kono mama de ii na无论何时这样就好了ずっとドキドキしてたいなzutto dokidoki ****eta ii na想要一直心如鹿撞そしてまっすぐに前(まえ)を见(み)てSo****e massugu ni mae wo mite Ouhhh yeah这样的话 就能无所畏惧地向前看Woo yeah...キラキラ辉(かがや)いているKirakira kagayaiteiru亮闪闪亮闪闪地发着光胸(むね)に秘(ひ)めたるその太阳(たいよう)mune no hime taru sono taiyou心中潜藏着的那个太阳はしゃいだ者(もの)胜(が)ちの HolidayHashai da sha gachi no holiday生活枯燥无味的人们的胜利日 holiday踊(おど)ってもっと解(と)き放(はな)ってOdotte motto toki hanate尽情跳舞吧 更加畅快地释放出来キラキラ 阳(ひ)差(さ)しを浴(あ)びてKirakira hisashi wo abite闪亮闪亮 沐浴着日光Make up, and dressed Are you ready to go?Weather is great, it&`&s your holidayWe gotta party all day longHappy day Summer daySunshine GirlI like it, Happy day Summer daySun shines for youHappy day Summer daySunshine GirlI like it, Happy day Summer daySun shines for youララ、ララ...啦啦,啦啦啦……

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  • SPOS #137 - Podcasting All-Star Discussion

    · Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

    Welcome to episode #137 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. Podcasting is not dead. In fact, it can't be dead because it hasn't even developed its own two, full lungs yet. If you have had a hard time understanding what all of this audio and video content is and how it can be used in Marketing and Communications, this episode is exactly what you'll need. Actually, it's not really *my* Podcast at all. Joseph Jaffe, author of Life After The 30-Second Spot and Join The Conversation plus Blogger and Podcaster over at Jaffe Juice gathered a bunch of Podcasters to discuss the media channel. This is the conversation. Enjoy the conversation... Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #137 - Host: Mitch Joel. Running time: 1:39.13. Audio comment line - please send in a comment and add your voice to the audio community: +1 206-666-6056. Please send in questions, comments, suggestions - mitch@twistimage.com. Hello from Beautiful Montreal. Subscribe over at iTunes. Please visit and leave comments on the Blog - Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to connect to me directly on Facebook here: Mitch Joel on Facebook. or you can connect on LinkedIn. ...or on twitter. Facebook Group - Six Pixels of Separation Podcast Society. In a perfect world, connect with me, directly, through Facebook. The Road to Six Pixels of Separation – The Book – coming soon. Retweet or Cross Post of Jaffe Juice #121. Live record of a conversation with almost 100 people on the topic of Podcasting. Is Podcasting Dead? Podcasting Is Not Even On Life Support. The conversation is almost 90 minutes, but well worth the listen. Guests include: Joseph Jaffe – Jaffe Juice. Adam Curry – Podfather – Daily Source Code – Mevio. Cliff Ravenscraft - GSPN.TV. Shel Holtz - For Immediate Release - The Hobson and Holtz Report. Mignon Fogarty - Grammar Girl. Terry Fallis - Inside PR. Lee Hopkins. Jay Berkowitz - Ten Golden Rules. Dave Guerra. Jay Moonah - Media Driving. ... and many more. Please join the conversation by sending in questions, feedback and ways to improve Six Pixels Of Separation. Please let me know what you think or leave an audio comment at: +1 206-666-6056. Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #137 - Host: Mitch Joel. Tags: adam curry advertising blog blogging business cliff ravenscraft daily source code dave guerra digital marketing facebook facebook group for immediate release foreword thinking google grammar girl gspn inside pr is podcasting dead itunes jaffe juice jay berkowitz jay moonah joseph jaffe lee hopkins marketing media driving mevio mignon fogarty motivational books online social network podcast podcasting shel holtz six pixels of separation social media marketing ten golden rules terry fallis twist image twitter web 20

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