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  • And The Award For Worst Movie of the Year Goes to . . .

    Published: 21/02/2017
    The Academy Awards (also called simply “the Oscars“) are here again. This Sunday, February 26th, the Academy Awards will be given out (distributed) honoring (recognizing and celebrating) t ... Read more
    Source: www.eslpod.com
  • No-Homework Policies

    Published: 20/02/2017
    Children learn in many different ways. In the US, it is often normal for a kid to have homework to do after school. Homework is supposed to help children with managing their time. They can decide when ... Read more
  • New Year's Frustration

    Published: 15/02/2017
    Happy New Year!!! For many people, these words mean that it’s time to set a new goal. A New Year’s Resolution is something a person wants to do in the new year. The most common New Year ... Read more
  • (Extra) Ordinary People

    Published: 14/02/2017
    Sunday began gray in Huntington Beach, a popular southern California beach city. And cool, almost cold. Surfers were out early, trying the larger waves brought by recent storms. Seagulls circled above ... Read more
    Source: www.eslpod.com
  • Fixin' to Do Something

    Published: 14/02/2017
    Are you a person with a lot of plans? Do you know what you’re doing next weekend, next month, and next year? Planning can be fun. We can plan an adventure, a trip to a tropical island, or a wedd ... Read more
  • Singles Awareness Day

    Published: 13/02/2017
    Is it February 14th, and you’re still looking for the one? Does Valentine’s Day make you feel pathetic? For singles, this commercialized holiday is often unpleasant, like a Singles Awarene ... Read more
  • Extreme Dorm Room Makeovers

    Published: 1/02/2017
    We all get bored with our surroundings at times. And in college, dorm rooms can be very boring. Most people like to personalize their dorm rooms so they feel more like home. They might put some fun po ... Read more
  • Rescued By The Pineapple Express

    Published: 31/01/2017
    It’s either feast or famine. Feast refers to a large meal, especially one that celebrates something, like a wedding. Famine refers a shortage (too little) of food, often so much so that people s ... Read more
    Source: www.eslpod.com
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