He somewhat naively believed that a comparatively
short period of study would suffice. However,
he soon realised that he had to do much more.
Mostly orally but specifically in the area of vocabulary building.
This is primarily because study is essentially unavoidable if you want to achieve
any degree of success in English.
Marine conservationists are currently
attempting to save the world's coral reefs.
One plan is to literally
glue the damaged reefs back together,
raised in underwater labs.
Reefs are increasingly
under attack from human activity as well as
from events occurring
such as hurricanes and tsunamis.
A recent UN report warns that 30%
of the world's coral reefs have been
destroyed or are severely
Naturally is often used to mean. "Of course" or "That's normal and not surprising.
Scientists have recently discovered that ants
can remember how many steps they have taken.
shortening or lengthening
the legs of ants, the team observed that short-legged
became lost and could not easily
find their way home to the nest.
ants with longer legs
travelled 50% further than they needed to
and were also
unable to find the nest.
It seems ants can definitely count their steps.
Leon I found it quite funny when I once realised that for some
people living inthe Southern States of America, the words "ant" and "aunt"
are homophones. For me they sound completely different.
For me "aunt" and "aren't" are homophones.
Ask Leon for pronunciation practice and training.