Related eBooks In partnership with ENGLISH O CANADA from Toronto, today I hosted a live grammar Q & A show. Here is the video of it.
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In the mid-2000’s I began to notice an undercurrent of anti-Chinese sentiment surfacing across the country. Such racism has existed within our society since the first immigrants came in the 1800’s, and though largely diffused over time, or as some would have it, repressed by civility and political correctness, it
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Exciting developments are afoot! Recently, we launched a donation campaign to raise funds in support of ongoing efforts to produce the English Weirdness video series. As a result, together we have raised enough money to fund the next two episodes. I am personally deeply grateful for all those who contributed,
Donate to help us continue producing English Weirdness videos This past year, I began producing the video series, English Weirdness. Some of you may have already seen an episode on Youtube. If this is the case, I hope you’ve enjoyed it. The feedback thus far has been supportive and encouraging,
Words, my friends, are powerful things. They both express and shape our thoughts. As such, we need to be careful, choosey, about what words we allow ourselves to speak, and thus what thoughts we allow ourselves to think, believe, and above all else, act upon. As a teacher of English-as-a-Second Language,
Here is my grandfather-in-law. In World War II he was a pilot in the Imperial Japanese Air Force. Our countries were enemies then, and I’m sure he lost many friends and countrymen at the hands of my people. Fortunately however, he survived to forgive his adversaries and raise a family;
It is with great excitement that I share this news. This past Wednesday, September 12 2018, in a live and online press conference coordinated with the local media in Japan, it was formally announced that my “English Weirdness” Youtube series is to be used as part of a revolutionary English