Published on 13 March 2017 by Dr. Ramakanta Sahu
There is an ardent need of an efficient link language, which can undeniably be English. The network of education in the fitness of things, produce young men and women who are proficient in at least two languages - Arabic and English so as not to be handicapped by the lack of knowledge of an appropriate medium of communication while working in these fields.
Published on 25 February 2017 by Dr. Shafiqa Anwar Fakir
There was an obvious uneasiness in her manner that her mother and sisters noticed, but which escaped her father. He sat swallowing the fish with an exceptional appetite. And, Zeinab kept struggling with the feeling of blurting out the words that surged within her—no matter what I would not marry my cousin.
Published on 23 February 2017 by Dr. Ramakanta Sahu
The principles of public speaking are very similar to those of social interaction, such as conversation. If we are able to carry on conversation with a friend or a few others with ease and confidence, we can easily learn to speak before an audience because public speaking is no more than conversation with a relatively large group of listeners.
Published on 21 February 2017 by K. M. Tiwary
Language is the most readily available medium of expression which can give voice to love delicately and subtly, with fidelity and freshness. But then the language of love must bee as privy to the heart as is the emotion of love; it must be alive with the passionate vigor peculiar to love. Thus there must be a symbiosis between the heart and the language that peaks its private feelings.
Published on 20 February 2017 by Dr. Ramakanta Sahu
In terms of the targeted learning outcome, the FL curriculum should ideally ensure that an average leaner, by the end of the period of his academic training, displays as his terminal behavior, an adequate command of 'what' to say, 'whom', 'when' and 'how' in the target language (TL).
Published on 18 February 2017 by Dr .M.N.K. Bose
In most other countries, including the developed ones, female children are brought up in such a way that they grow weak, meek, submissive and domesticated, based on the belief that biology is destiny. This belief is instilled in girls through socialization practices such as male chauvinism and institutional sexism in male-dominated institutions such as schools, colleges and work places.
Published on 22 February 2017 by Samira Ali BinDaair
I saw images of aborted childhood in the fishing villages of Fukum, Bureika, Hodeida, which broke my heart and made me feel like a fool preaching armchair philosophy about going back to school within the backdrop of grinding poverty and the struggle for survival.
Published on 16 February 2017 by Amrita Satapathy
Apart from being the mundane apparatus for pouring tea into a cup, teapots ooze a sense of style and are extremely classy much like a Victorian dame. They can be used for haute décor, as collectorsʼ item, as a centerpiece, as childʼs play thing and anything else that your wild imagination can convert them into.
Published on 30 November -1 by Mohammed Mutahar
It’s easy to write on the issue of divorce but for a divorce to take place, for there to an end in a marriage complexities arise. For a divorce is not a simple matter. Many divorces tend to take place in the first year of marriage and there are several reasons for this.
Published on 25 February 2017 by Salwa Yehia Aleryani
She sat down looking around like a cat in a cage. After two or three minutes the young gentleman stood at the door and announced her name. He looked so proud to mention her name, as if her name would touch him with a blessing. She stood up and left the room. A waterfall of gossip rushed down from all directions.