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1 000 Conversation Questions

Author : Larry Pitts
ISBN : 1942116055
Genre : Conversation
File Size : 69. 72 MB
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This book is packed with more than 1,000 conversation questions spanning 100 topics and is targeted towards intermediate or advanced ESL or EFL students.It is designed with one goal in mind, to provide you with a wealth of easy to use conversation questions for ESL and EFL teachers.

Book Of Questions

Author : Hazel Matthews
ISBN : 1535567619
Genre :
File Size : 85. 54 MB
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For a startling number of people, the art of conversation is heading towards becoming a thing of the past. For thousands of years spoken interaction has not only been essential to life but has also been one of the most enjoyed aspects of it. The goal of this book is to help bring people back together by providing enjoyable questions on a variety of different subject. It aims to help people get to know each other better and ultimately remind us of the importance of real life, personal conversation and the enjoyment that can be had from it. The questions have been chosen to provide jumping-off points for conversation, creating opportunities to discuss opinions, experiences and preferences in addition to telling stories and making jokes! The topics of conversation include friendships, relationships, personality, technology, school, work, sports, activities, hobbies, food, travel, music, books, television, movies, and more! Whether you'd rather work your way through the questions one by one in an orderly fashion or flip through the book to random pages, you're sure to find some questions that will intrigue and entertain both you and your friends, family or partner!

Over 1000 English Conversation Questions

Author : Simon McDonough
ISBN : 1980488878
Genre :
File Size : 71. 34 MB
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Simon McDonough has 28 years experience teaching English as a foreign language. He has carefully chosen the best conversation questions to improve vocabulary, grammar and speaking fluency in the adult English language learner.

Conversation Starters

Author : Kim Chamberlain
ISBN : 9781629149080
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 57. 29 MB
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Like an onion, a conversation is often made up of layers. On its face it may appear to be on one level, but peel away a layer or two, and you will find other issues lying beneath the surface. Providing techniques to analyse conversations, Conversation Starters will enable you to develop creativity by taking your brain to a space where originality can flourish, by enhancing problem-solving skills, and by improving conversation and listening skills. Even if you wouldn’t describe yourself as “creative,” this book will give you the chance to think and express yourself in innovative and productive ways. The book’s one thousand conversation-starting topics offer easy ways to move away from traditional discussion themes as well as the opportunity to develop and enhance speaking and listening skills. They provide the opportunity to approach and explore issues and then to formulate and express your thoughts and responses in innovative and challenging ways. You’ll discover new ways way to connect with others, avenues to help you learn new things and connect with other people in stimulating and satisfying ways. In addition to the conversation starters are tips and quotes relating to discovering and enhancing creativity while initiating and maintaining conversations.

Conversation Starters For Every Grandparent

Author : Kim Chamberlain
ISBN : 9781632208972
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 20. 81 MB
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Grandparents often find themselves in awkward positions when it comes to having conversations with their family. Once children become “little people,” they develop likes and dislikes and discover their own interests, all of which may often be at odds with the grandparent’s. Even the most innocent attempt at chatting can produce such conversation-stoppers as “I dunno,” “whatever!” or “who cares!” Similarly, when a grandparent tries to initiate a talk to his or her own children about grandkids’ behavior or activities, it is usually met with a stony disapproving silence or a curt “mind your own business.” And when sets of grandparents get together, the opportunities to criticize each other for spoiling or favoring one of the grandchildren—or the parent whom your child married—can become a prescription for disaster. Fortunately for the growing population of intergenerational family members, help is here in this very practical handbook for seniors who babysit, visit or vacation with, or otherwise spend time with youngsters. Among the topics included are creating safe and friendly environments in which to initiate a chat, selecting age-appropriate conversation openers, avoiding sensitive issues, and developing listening as well as speaking skills. Subjects for conversations include family history, favorite activities, uncritical advice, and hopes and dreams for the future. Although aimed at grandparents, this latest volume in the author’s Conversation Starters series is an essential guide for parents and children as well.

Woman To Woman

Author : Kim Chamberlain
ISBN : 9781628738896
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 36. 65 MB
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Women’s conversations can cover a wide range of topics and may include much in the way of intelligent observations on life’s complexities, entertaining observations, and a sharing of innermost thoughts. While conversation in mixed company can range along the same lines, there are many subjects that women feel more comfortable discussing among themselves in a mutually encouraging and supportive environment. However, getting the ball rolling is often difficult even among women when the topic is personal, controversial, or embarrassing. A Woman's Guide to Talking About Anything to Anyone provides a broad and stimulating range of conversation openers that give women the opportunity to have stimulating and enlightening sessions in ways that lead to expanding the boundaries of knowledge and building lasting relationships. The thought-provoking and insightful starters include such topics as: - family matters, - sex and love, - the business world at all levels - local, national, and international politics - hobbies and interests - health issues - personal and family finances - education Written by an award-winning communications expert, the book also offers a host of speaking tips and techniques to help women of all ages develop and enhance their conversation skills in terms of organizing thoughts and responses, appropriate modes of expression, and developing listening skills.

1000 Days To The Bar

Author : Dennis J. Tonsing
ISBN : 9780837738130
Genre : Law
File Size : 87. 45 MB
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This is a powerful, accessible and practical book that breaks law school learning strategies into understandable, logical and practical steps that maximize the effect of students’ study efforts, and explicitly ties those learning strategies to the strategies practicing lawyers use to understand, analyze and apply legal concepts in the real- life representation of their clients. Students who employ its methods not only improve their law school performances and increase their chances of passing the bar on their first try, but they also come to understand the practical implica- tions of their hard work for the transition into the real world of practice, where clients entrust to lawyers the protection of their rights, their property, liberties, sometimes even their lives. In other words, students will learn how to practice law while pursuing success in studying law.

Cultural Capital

Author : Lane Ryo Hirabayashi
ISBN : 0816513775
Genre : History
File Size : 76. 67 MB
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This book shows how Zapotec peasants migrating to Mexico City utilize paisanazgo--which prescribes solidarity among people from the same locale--as the basis for cooperation and mutual aid within a new environment. This study focuses on three groups of Mountain Zapotecs to explain why migrant associations were created and why they took different forms, citing regional variations in ethnicity, solidarity, occupational pursuits, and sociopolitical articulation to the nation in the three points of origin.

Making Sense Of It

Author : Alison Macklin
ISBN : 9781632280657
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 48. 41 MB
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Maybe you learned about sex in school—anatomy, STIs, and pregnancy, right? You might think you’ve learned all there is to know, but there’s so much more to sex than just “doing it.” What about masturbation, is that OK? Are you dirty for having sexual fantasies? What about kissing, giving a blowjob, or taking the pill, is it safe? What if you touch someone’s penis, can you get pregnant? If you douche after sex, you won’t get pregnant… right? Making Sense of “It” goes beyond the basics of the birds and the bees to give teens a realistic, no-holds barred, nonjudgmental guide on everything to do with sex and sexuality. With this book, teens can learn about it all from the best contraception methods to what to expect at a clinic, even to the signs of an unhealthy relationship. Alison Macklin draws on her years of experience at Planned Parenthood to address everything teens want to and should know in a straightforward, open-minded, and sex-positive manner. Even better, “Conversation Starters” in each chapter give teens and parents a chance to test their knowledge and useful tips to help talk about sex in a way that works for them. In a world where teens are bombarded with bad information on social media, and are made to feel ashamed of something so natural, Making Sense of “It” offers trustworthy, gender-neutral advice on how to be safe, informed, and honest about “it”.

Dba Survivor

Author : Thomas LaRock
ISBN : 9781430227885
Genre : Computers
File Size : 80. 5 MB
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DBA Survivor is a book to help new database administrators understand more about the world of database administration. More and more people are moving into the DBA profession, and many are looking for a getting-started guide. Blogs are written about how to be an exceptional DBA and what to do in your first 100 days. This book takes a different approach, injecting some humor into helping you understand how to hit the ground running, and most importantly how to survive as a DBA. And it’s not just survival that matters. Author Thomas LaRock wants much more for you than mere survival. He wants you to have excellence, competence, visibility, confidence, and service. These are the traits and characteristics of DBAs who truly succeed and become respected in their profession. Don’t settle for just muddling through your job each day. Strive to excel. Aim to make a difference, for your clients, and for your colleagues. Focuses on the soft skills that distinguish truly exceptional DBAs Takes a humorous approach to keep readers engaged Written by a SQL Server "Most Valuable Professional" and board member of PASS

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