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Tuesday, August 25, 2015
This is quite clever. I wonder who thinks of all this stuff.
1. My first job was working in an Orange Juice factory ,
but I got canned . Couldn't concentrate .
2. Then I worked in the woods as a Lumberjack, but just couldn't hack it , so they gave me the ax .
3. After that, I tried being a Tailor, but wasn't suited for it --mainly because it was a sew-sew job, and people liked to hem and haw about the price.
4. Next, I tried working in a Muffler Factory, but that was too exhausting.
5. Then, tried being a Chef - figured it would add a little spice to my life, but just didn't have the thyme.
6. Next, I attempted being a Deli Worker, but any way I sliced it.... couldn't cut the mustard.
7. My best job was a Musician, but eventually found I wasn't noteworthy.
8. I studied a long time to become a Doctor, but didn't have any patience.
9. Next, was a job in a Shoe Factory. Tried hard but just didn't fit in.
10. I became a Professional Fisherman, but discovered I couldn't live on my net income.
11. Managed to get a good job working for a Pool Maintenance Company, but the work was just too draining.
12. So then I got a job in a Workout Center, but they said I wasn't fit for the job..
13. After many years of trying to find steady work , I finally got a job as a Historian - until I realized there was no future in it.
Posted by Freddy at 2:37 PM
Sunday, September 28, 2014
The Common European Framework divides language learners into three broad divisions that can be divided into six levels; for each level, it describes what a learner is supposed to be able to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing. These levels are:
|Level group||Level group name||Level||Level name||Description|
|A||Basic User||A1||Breakthrough or beginner|
|A2||Way stage or elementary|
|B||Independent User||B1||Threshold or intermediate|
|B2||Vantage or upper intermediate|
|C||Proficient User||C1||Effective Operational Proficiency or advanced|
|C2||Mastery or proficiency|
Posted by Freddy at 7:37 PM
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Mini Saga #124 – Ubuntu
Anthropologist Rob placed a fruit basket near a tree. He asked kids from an African tribe to race to win it. The kids smiled, held their hands and ran together. They sat and ate fruits together. When questioned, one kid said, “how can one be happy when others are sad…”This mini saga was inspired by a story shared on Facebook in a group called Raising Natural Kids.
1. A mini saga is a story told in exactly 50 words. Not 49 or 51 but exactly 50.
Posted by Freddy at 7:49 PM