Posts tagged food

Language Learning

The Cure to Culture Shock: Eat Local!

Learning a language through an online classroom is the first step in beginning to understand and appreciate another culture. But in order to truly appreciate the lifestyle and traditions of another people, people must get up and go to that…

April 10, 2012, by

Learning English

Here’s Some Food For Thought

The Full Version, For Free I released this as a preview before but, it’s more important that the people who actually need this sort of thing, a primer on 50 English idiomatic expressions relating to food, obtain it for free….

November 29, 2010, by

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English: Food Services Industry Exercise

Review & Deepening This presumes you have followed along with the first two posts of this series, here and here. — [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/Food%20services%20review%201.mp3]download In the food services industry, workers provide food related service to customers at different kinds of stores. Some…

November 16, 2010, by

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English Pronunciation: Food Services Industry, Pt. 2

More Food for Thought This is a simple recording demonstrating the pronunciation of ten additional words from a list of food services industry vocabulary intended for English learning that I have acquired. I hope this provides a little free listening…

November 16, 2010, by

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English Pronunciation: Food Services Industry

Tasty Business Vocabulary This is a simple recording demonstrating the pronunciation of ten words from a list of food services industry vocabulary intended for English learning that I have acquired. Enjoy. [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/Food%20services%20pronunciation%201.mp3] download Food Workers Service Stores Services Grocery Drinking…

November 15, 2010, by

Learning English

New Idioms eBook! “Food for Thought”

Introducing “Food for Thought,” an eBook by Jeremiah Bourque about food idioms and how to use them. 50 idiomatic expressions related to food Powerful visual images to help you learn & remember Examples of how to use each idiom in…

July 29, 2010, by