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Analyzing Verb Tenses to Sequence Events in a Song


A. Listen to the song once for general understanding.

B. Listen again to fill in the blanks with the verbs in the song. The verbs may be in the simple present, present progressive, simple past, simple future, or present perfect forms. 409 more words


Say What? Mildred

I am going to try my hand at something new with my blog. I thought of this incredibly brilliant idea at this very moment, therefore the logistics haven’t been worked out, other than the title … “Say What?   573 more words


Day 30 - August 30, 2014

Thank you for the prayers, regarding the decisions I am in the process of making. (Clueless? Read Day 29 HERE.) Many of you – long-time friends and people I have never met – have reached out to me and told me you are praying, and I just can’t tell you how much that means to me. 487 more words

Extensive and Intensive Listening


I.Extensive Listening

A. Listen to the recording of one of the BBC World Service’s news bulletins on August 26, 2013. As you listen, select eight topics from the General Topics box that are included in the bulletin. 277 more words


Day 29 - August 29, 2014

Pretty much on a daily basis, someone says to me, “So, you’re doing now. What does that mean for your writing?” And my response is usually, “ 989 more words

Day 25 - August 25, 2014

May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us – yes, establish the work of our hands.  1,062 more words