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July 21, 2014

Pizza Night—Dear Students To view the newest photos from Pizza Night please go to our Facebook Page and Photo Albums: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152542948539431.1073741853.237510424430&...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

July 18, 2014

Phrase of the week: Busy as usual—Definition: This expression is used by a person who is actively or fully engaged in activity, as work. Synonyms: occupied, not available, active, swamped, overloaded. Examples: -Irina and Ma...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

July 3, 2014

Phrase of the week: I am hopeless at fixing things—Definition: Used in a situation where someone cannot help you, even if he/she comes with the best intention. His/her help will be not enough to fix your troubles. Synonyms: Incapable of doi...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

June 13, 2014

Football Tournament Tuesday 17th June 2014—Dear Students Join us for the Leeds Language College Ltd. World Cup Tournament at Hyde Park on Tuesday 17th June 2014. Meeting point, Hyde Park, Queen Victoria's statue, 6.00pm or come to Lee...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

June 10, 2014

Great New Accommodation Next Door to Leeds Language College—If you are looking for excellent quality student accommodation in Leeds contact http://www.collegiate-ac.com/ which is based in the heart of Leeds city centre, in the building next door to Lee...
Leeds Language College
AGENT 1 AGENT 1 Blog from Leeds Language College
Great New Accommodation Next Door to Leeds Language College—If you are looking for excellent quality student accommodation in Leeds contact http://www.collegiate-ac.com/ which is based in the heart of Leeds city centre, in the building next door to Lee...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

May 12, 2014

Phrase of the week: I like my own space—Definition: means that someone feels better when he/she is in a place, which belongs to him/her. Commonly used when someone needs to be alone, to take some time for thinking about something or...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

May 8, 2014

Phrase of the week: I am pretty annoyed—Definition: means that someone feels a slight irritation by troublesome, often created by repeated acts. Synonyms: irritated, miffed, nettled, peeved, pissed, pissed off, roiled, stung, steam...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

May 6, 2014

KNARESBOROUGH PHOTOS—Dear All Here is a link to the photos from our trip to Knaresborough on 2nd May 2014: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152360901229431.1073741851.237510424430&type=1 Kind regards...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

April 22, 2014

Karaoke Video and Photos—Dear Students A new video (and photos) have been posted on our facebook page: 1) Karaoke Night Video - Our talented students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrGOq3j_I-Y 2) Photos from visit...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

April 15, 2014

Photos from York—Dear Students The photos from the trip to York are now available for download from our facebook page. Please go to the following link: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152313397964...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

April 10, 2014

Phrase of the week: Better safe than (to be) sorry—Definition: When someone thinks you should be cautious, that is not to take risks even when the situation seems boring or too easy to be careful; so that you will not have problems later. Ex...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

April 1, 2014

Phrase of the week: I like to chill out—I like to chill out: Definition: To chill out means to relax completely, or not allow things to upset you. But, if you say, "Chill out!" to someone who is angry or agitated about something, y...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

March 26, 2014

CLOCKS GO FORWARD THIS SUNDAY MORNING—Dear Students, On Sunday, 30th March 2014, 01:00:00 clocks are turned FORWARD 1 hour, in the U.K. If you want to know more and why we change the clocks, please read the following article: h...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

March 21, 2014

Phrase of the week—Definition: - To make one's mind up: to decide what to choose # - When a person can't make one's mind up: When he/she can't make a decis...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

March 19, 2014

Photos—Dear Students Here are some links to new photos of your groups: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152255764644431.1073741842.237510424430&type=1 and also: https://www.facebook.co...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

March 13, 2014

- Phrase of the week -—- Fingers Crossed - Definition: A written or spoken phrase associated with the gesture that means a good luck charm and also a security symbol. Keep one's fingers crossed (for someone or som...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

January 29, 2014

KARAOKE NIGHT PHOTOS 28TH JANUARY 2014—Dear Students Here are some photos from last night's Karaoke Night: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152149017534431.1073741840.237510424430&type=1 Join us for Bowling Night on Th...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

January 28, 2014

Photos of Students December 2013—Dear Students Here is a link to our facebook album showing some photos from our end of term games and activities in December 2013: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152147475704431....
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

January 16, 2014

Phrase of the week—- Look on the bright side - Definition: Idiom. Means try to consider the positive aspects of a negative situation, to see something good in a bad situation. Synonyme: Look on the bright side...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

December 13, 2013

Exhausted Students!—This is one of our IELTS groups after some intensive work!
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 27, 2013

Phrase of the Week—- Fair Enough - Definition: What you say when you initially disagree with another's opinion or behaviour, but after hearing their explanation you can now see their point of view. Something t...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 23, 2013

Welcome back to my blog—It has been quite a lot of time since my last post. I have been busy with so many other things but teaching. It has been a hectic experience with all the affairs of the school and life, and mo...
Instituto Profissional de Canossa
tmj's Blog from Instituto Profissional de Canossa

November 19, 2013

Phrase of the Week—- You're kidding? - Definition: Asking someone if he/ she is joking or if he/ she is not serious. When you are kidding, you are just joking around with somebody; you say something that has n...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 15, 2013

Phrase of the week—- You'll get over it - DEFINITION Used for telling someone to stop worrying, complaining, or being upset about something. EXAMPLE SENTENCES Don't worry, you'll get over your exam. Her financ...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 6, 2013

Phrase of the week—- We have a lot in common - Definition: Describing people with the same/ similar qualities, interest, etc. To share interests, experiences, or other characteristics with someone. Synonyms:...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 5, 2013

- Guy Fawkes Night/ Bonfire Night -—BONFIRE NIGHT, GUY FAWKES NIGHT WHAT IS IT? An annual commemoration observed on 05 November in Great-Britain. On 05 November 1605, Guy Fawkes, a Catholic, was arrested for trying to assassin...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

November 1, 2013

cakes, cakes, cakes—Hello again students! On Friday 8th November, I would like to invite you to a coffee morning and bake sale. There will be cakes available to buy and all the money will be used for the shoe bo...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College
Shoe Box wrapping! - HELP NEEDED!—As you know I am running the shoe box appeal this year and many of you have already contributed with some fantastic gifts. Thank you for this. I am now looking for some wonderful volunteers to...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 31, 2013

Special Screening of 'Nosferatu' at Kirkstall Abbey—Dear Students There will be a special outdoor projection of the film 'Nosferatu' at Kirkstall Abbey tonight (31 October 2013) at 6.00pm. There will also be another film later. For tickets and ...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College
Phrase of the week—- Can I have a word with you? - Definition: Have a word with someone = to have a conversation with someone, usually about something serious or important. Synonyms: Speak with, discuss a pr...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 24, 2013

Phrase of the week—- I'll be in touch - Definition: If you get in touch with someone, you contact them by writing to them or telephoning them. If you are, keep, or stay in touch with them, you write, phone, or ...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 19, 2013

Cambridge Examination Entries December 2013—Dear Students If you are interested in taking the Cambridge K.E.T, P.E.T, F.C.E, C.A.E and C.P.E in December 2013, you must submit your application next week, by 24th October 2013. Any applica...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 18, 2013

Phrase of the week—- Calm down - Definition: Become quiet. To stop feeling upset, excited or angry. Example sentences: *I was angry at first but later I calmed down. *She was crying but after a few minutes she...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 13, 2013

Final thoughts—My first online class and I'm thankful and proud to do so well!! Thanks for being awesome Dr. Guy! :-)
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
Class—I did it!!!!Yes!!Thanks Dr. Guy! Wishing you well on your future endeavors!
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 11, 2013

Wrong—professor I accidently marked number four completed and I meant to do 5
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
#2 2-1—Do anyone know where I can find what hypo and thesis mean for hypothesis?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
Homework—I have completed homework assignments 4 & 5 and have marked them complete.
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 10, 2013

Final Exam—If we begin the final and for some reason have to stop in the middle of it, will the 3 hour timer stop until we log back in to start back completing the final or will it continue from the time...
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 9, 2013

Class grades—Are you letting us know what our averages are before we take the final and when will we know our final grade in the class?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
Conference Held at Leeds Language College Ltd.—Dear Students On Saturday 5th October 2013, a very important conference was held at Leeds Language College Ltd. It was the English UK North Academic Conference, which takes place every year. ...
Leeds Language College
LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE's Blog from Leeds Language College

October 8, 2013

Assignment 2:—Problems 6-4, 6-5, 6-9, 6-10, 7-1, 7-2, #9 (completely) I'm not sure exactly what they mean by "below" and "above." Is it the same as "to the right of" or "to the left of"?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 7, 2013

Assignment 4 problem 7—I've been reading through a lot of the previous blogs and I can't find anything helpful for this problem. All the previous blogs I saw about assignment 4, question 7 said to refer to an earlie...
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
HW 5 question 4.1 and 4.2—I am totally lost can anyone please help me make sense of this.
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
Homework 5-1—For 5-1 I have slope of the regression line is this correct?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 5, 2013

Snip it—I have tried uploading snip it files into the drop box and it will not allow me to do so!! So i used Microsoft Word. Is that okay?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
Homework 2 #5-1,2,3—For these questions do we use the Descriptive Calculator or the SPSS program? and can you also help me to figure out the answer or the step?
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

October 4, 2013

Homework 1-4 2-5 and Problem 3—Please can any one help me out with these problems I've been looking continuously for the answers... Please help!!! And with problem 3 I've put it in the calculator and has done the spss but I...
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis
homework 5 1-6; 2-3—1-6 I know that degrees of freedom for a chi square is calculated using row and column numbers df = (r - 1) X ( c - 1). would the answer be false because it uses rows and columns or true becau...
University of Memphis
SOCI 3311 Blog from University of Memphis

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