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Compelling Conversations 1

Compelling Conversations 1
... reserved ISBN: 1- 419 6-5828-X Library of Congress Reg # TX 6-377-924 To order additional copies, please contact us BookSurge, LLC Published in Charleston, SC USA www.booksurge.com 1- 866-308-6235 ... and Edited by Eric H Roth and Toni Aberson Questions And Quotations On Timeless Topics • i Compelling Conversations: Questions and Quotations on Timeless Topics An Engaging ESL Textbook for Advanced ... Compelling Conversations Questions and Quotations on Timeless Topics An Engaging ESL Textbook for Advanced...
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Compelling Conversations 2

Compelling Conversations 2
... 22 32 Gambling and Spending Money 1 02 Parenting 26 33 Do You Match? 105 10 Making and Keeping Friends 29 34 Handling Stress 109 11 Loving Dogs and Pets 32 12 Cats ... llingconversations.com Eric H Roth eric@compellingconversations.com Contents section Your Life section Modern Times Getting Started 25 What Do You Think? 78 Going Beyond Hello 26 ... 26 Change 82 Being Home 27 Clothes and Fashion 85 Describing Family Ties 10 28 Appreciating Physical Beauty 89 Eating and Drinking 13 29 Dating 93...
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Compelling Conversations 4

Compelling Conversations 4
... singer? Group? 14 What’s your favorite radio station or television channel? Why? 15  an you recommend any movies to rent or see? C Why you like those films? • w w w.co mp e lling conversations. com ... Never let your fear of striking out get in your way.” “ —Babe Ruth (1895–1 948 ), American baseball legend ON YOUR OWN 14  It was impossible to get a conversation going; everybody was “ talking ... partner what happened ★ • w w w.co mp e lling conversations. com “The strength of the nation derives from the integrity of the home.” Confucius (551 47 9 B.C.E.), great Chinese philosopher BEING...
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Compelling Conversations 5

Compelling Conversations 5
... is his castle.” “ —Sir Edward Coke ( 155 2–1634), English lord  ome: “The place where when you have to go there, they have to H take you in.”—Robert Frost (18 75 1963), American poet  Be it ever ... Shaw (1 856 –1 950 ), Irish playwright and Nobel winner 10  A woman should be home with the children, building that home “ and making sure there’s a secure family atmosphere.” —Mel Gibson (1 956 –), ... Esar (1899–19 95) , American humorist 13  Peace and rest at length have come, All the day’s long toil is past, “ And each heart is whispering, Home, Home at last!” —Thomas Hood (1798–18 45) , English...
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Compelling Conversations 6

Compelling Conversations 6
... Upscale? Modern? Department? Mall? Mom and Pop? Why? 16  here you like buying your groceries? Why? W What you usually buy? 16 • w ww.co mp e lling conversations. com Vocabul ary Please circle the words ... the eating By a small sample, we “ may judge the whole of a piece” —Miguel De Cervantes (1547– 161 6), Spanish writer  The satiated man and the hungry one not see the same thing “ when they look ... to a worm.”—Ambrose Bierce (1842–19 16) , American writer  I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of “ me.”—Winston Churchill (1874–1 965 ), British Prime Minister, Nobel Prize...
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Compelling Conversations 7

Compelling Conversations 7
... personality and one’s W character? 20 • w ww.co mp e lling conversations. com 16  re you primarily an extrovert or an introvert? A Why you say that? 17  o you think nature (biology) or nurture (our circumstances) ... Shakespeare, playwright (1564–1616)  Character is much easier kept than recovered.” “ —Thomas Paine ( 173 7–1809), writer and revolutionary  It is absurd to divide people into good and bad “ People are ... o tat i o n s Circle the quotations you like  Know thyself.” “ —Socrates, Greek philosopher ( 470 –399 B.C E.)  The man of character bears the accidents of life with “ dignity and grace, making...
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Compelling Conversations 8

Compelling Conversations 8
... earnestly.” —Siddhartha Guatama (563– 483 B.C.E.), philosopher  The first duty of a physician is that he should the sick no “ harm.” —Hippocrates (460– 380 B.C.E.), ancient Greek physician  It ... at the last moment.” “ —Publilius Syrus (85 –43 B.C.E.), Roman writer  Body and spirit are twins: God only knows which is which.” “ —Algernon Swinburne ( 183 7–1909), English writer and critic  ... on a sound stomach.” —Joseph Conrad ( 185 7–1924), English author 11  “There is no cure for birth or death save to enjoy the interval.” —George Santayana ( 186 3–1952), American philosopher 12 ...
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Compelling Conversations 9

Compelling Conversations 9
... —Dwight D “Ike” Eisenhower (1 890196 9), 34th U.S President Do dog owners resemble their 11  “Dogs are our link to paradise.” dogs? What did you find out? —Milan Kundera ( 192 9–) Franco-Czech novelist ... between a dog and a man.” —Mark Twain (1835– 191 0), writer  man’s best friend is a dog, his worst is dogma.” “If ON YOUR OWN —Leo Rosten ( 190 8– 199 7), writer Some people say that dogs and  ... rise up with fleas.” “ —Benjamin Franklin (1706–1 790 ), American icon  “Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun.” —Noel Coward (1 899197 3), dramatist  dog starved at his master’s gate,...
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Compelling Conversations 10

Compelling Conversations 10
... written it for a completely different purpose, which has come from my experiences over the past 10 years working with doctors and other health professionals to sort out a wide range of writing ... horizons of their immediate knowledge, but they will have a host of other problems Here are some tips 10 , BOOKS EDITING OF • Be absolutely clear that you want to the book Editing takes up huge amounts ... would any other writing task (see process of writing) Divide the chapter into manageable chunks of 100 0 words or so, and use the structure of a feature article for each section Your main reward will...
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Conversations In English

Conversations In English
... films shopping cooking Rajesh Hamal cricket pet dogs Chinese bikes washing clothes learning different languages getting up early walking in the rain meeting new people eating out looking after ... two of them instructions for treating a burn instructions for replacing the film of a camera instructions for starting a computer instructions for joining a club instructions for mending a loose ... 8: Giving instructions Recipe instructions Learning to cook Simple instructions Unit 9: Giving suggestions Ways of giving suggestions Visiting a place Advice to a foreigner Unit 10: Expressing...
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English Conversations

English Conversations
... are you? Are you married? married, single, divorced, separated Hello and Goodbye - Three Short Conversations Hello Hello, Peter How are you? Fine, thanks How are you? I'm fine, thank you Goodbye ... Enjoy your meal! Thank you Can I get you anything else? No thanks I'd like the check (bill - UK English) , please That'll be $6.75 Here you are Keep the change! Page Thank you! Have a good day! ... are Enjoy your meal! Would you like Can I get you anything else? I'd like the check (bill - UK English) , please That'll be $6.75 Have a good day! Ordering Food in a Restaurant Waiter: Hello,...
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Effortless english-DVD2-learn real english conversations BOOK 001

Effortless english-DVD2-learn real english conversations BOOK 001
... members from Effortless English Club) This is a bonus for users of The Learn Real English System www.LearnRealEnglish.com Welcome Guide **Go to the Forum at: http://www.EffortlessEnglishForums.com ... www.LearnRealEnglish.com © Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Trip To Washington Conversation there Eric: I hope, I really really hope you time’s (kind of) escaped me: I did not realize how ... you have fun Bye www.LearnRealEnglish.com © Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Welcome Guide Getting Started: Go to the Forums and Register now: http://www.EffortlessEnglishForums.com Click...
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Effortless english-DVD2-learn real english conversations BOOK 002

Effortless english-DVD2-learn real english conversations BOOK 002
... www.LearnRealEnglish.com © Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC 11 Burning Man Mini-Story Lesson No, she wasn’t mean Was Paula really nice? Yes, yes, she was She was very nice, or she was really ... surreal atmosphere of it.” Or he’s saying the surreal effect of it Surreal means unreal For example: The mountains in Nepal seemed surreal because they looked like a picture They did not seem real ... ” Like is just a filler word here It doesn’t really mean anything “he was like well, y’know ” www.LearnRealEnglish.com © Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Burning Man Vocabulary Lesson Y’know...
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