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Blogchatter® 3h
People often confuse flu with common cold. It's important to know the difference and to stay protected through the flu vaccine says in her blog post:
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Blogchatter® 4h
And that's time. Thank you everyone for tuning in. We always learn so much from our community! Goodnight and take care PS: we have some amazing things coming up tomorrow and day after. Keep your eyes peeled.
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TheStoryTeller 4h
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Learning is never outdated.... Language brings people closer & the best way to learn is communication
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Suchita Agarwal 5h
When you take literature courses, they teach you something called as contemplative reading where you read something and see what thoughts it triggers, how do you personally relate to the text and how far/near that personal reflection is to the actual meaning
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TheStoryTeller 5h
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Thought are seeds of mind...I let the sprout out & then water with pen paper.
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Dr.Amrita Basu ( Misra) 🎄 5h
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A6 Oh yes .I love taking courses. I have taken writing courses and storytelling courses and I am a beta tester for their courses too,so that helps
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richa singh 5h
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A5. I usually make notes. Also try free write. And then consolidate a piece
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TheStoryTeller 5h
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In adult life... It's better we read & write more...& speak & listen to..what is necessary :)
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Leha Divakar 5h
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A6. No but I would enjoy taking such courses
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Leha Divakar 5h
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A5. I put them on paper and then organize them 😜
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Leha Divakar 5h
I love such kind of homework. We had a big fat grammar work book with over 50 exercises on each topic. So much fun. 😍🙈
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Ramya J.S. D'Rozario 5h
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6. Ah. No. If I could I would love to take up writing courses as much as possible, but a reading course sounds intriguing
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nominated person 5h
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👌 Probably u can learn all the skills from everyone around u.. And get a better command but never join any course looking for others reply on the same
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Suchita Agarwal 5h
A6. I was lucky. I had an overzealous English teacher and from 9th to 12th i.e. 4 years, she gave us WEEKLY grammar sheets and essays without fail. I had a good start. So haven't had the need to take a course
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Blogchatter® 5h
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Q6. Reading, writing, speaking and listening are the 4 basic language skills. Have you taken a course in your adult life to improve these skills?
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nominated person 5h
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😜😜 This is the most difficult task for me 👏 to write 📝 perfectly what is in my thought 💭 that gives 100% satisfaction on writing the same.... Need someone who help me get rid out of this 😒
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Dr.Amrita Basu ( Misra) 🎄 5h
A5 I talk about it with my partner in everything He helps streamline the thought process. Then I outline Write Draft first Edit Get him to read Rewrite and edit again...
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Suchita Agarwal 5h
A5. I follow the story or plan a chapter in my head. Sometimes before I start writing, I take a pause, then a breath and then I begin. This especially helps if I'm writing about something uninteresting or too interesting
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Blogchatter® 5h
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That's quite a perfect way of ensuring you don't miss out on anything crucial - and to check the flow before you begin
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Sona 5h
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A5. I see my thoughts in bulleted points in my head too 🙈. Or I count them on my fingers.
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