26.03.2017

LM #6: Feelings. Emotions. Body Language.

Hey, you!

I'm back here, thrilled to bits and excited about our new extensive topic called "Emotions". Do not jump into conclusion that it will be boring and confusing, let me handle it!

First and foremost - Music - an essence of life, the part and parcel of it!



This music video  makes me feel a shiver down my spine! I was on the edge of my seat while waiting for the return of the band "Gorillaz" and finally this great event made my day. Moreover, being in the state of euphoria, I couldn't listen to anything else. The extraordinary effect of 360° helps me boldly observe and glance at different elements, while listening to the song.

To put it in a nutshell, it is a sheer bliss (I’m slightly exaggerating, I know that, but what can I do, if I’m on the cloud nine?)



Now, let's move on to the other part of everyday life - body language (gestures and facial expressions), which we subconsciously use on a daily basis and which has one of the biggest influences on our communication.

Follow me, if you want to know what's happening every Friday evening at my best friend's.










That's all for now, bye!


12.03.2017

LM #5: Communication

Hello, dear Noname.

Today's format will be quite different and more entertaining (I hope). Let's get started!










05.03.2017

LM #4: Latin & Greek


Dear, Conqueror
If you haven't invaded Britain jet, please, make sure that you leave alone at least English. 



And for the rest of the audience - hello, I hope you're having an incredible time!

As you could understand, I would like to talk about the multiple antient roots in English. Probably, most of you know that words like philosophy, chronological or biography are from Greek, but there are way more exported words whose origin might be not evident for you. For instance, words like bicycle, monarch or even vacation are transported from Latin and Greek.

As for the language learners or the philologists, knowing the word's root is beneficial for you and might even prevent from making various mistakes (such as misspelling or misunderstanding). Moreover, it helps in mastering word formation, which is rather challenging. I wish I knew that during my Latin course in the Uni. Overall, do not postpone rediscovering infinite numbers of prefixes or suffixes - it'll definitely pay off.

Word Families
"History Lesson" U7

NOUN
VERB
ADJECTIVE
ADVERB
approval
approve
approving
approvingly
myth
-
mythical
mythically
brutality
brutalize
brutal
brutally
actuality
-
actual
actually
conqueror
conquer
conquering
-
commerce
-
commercial
commercially
subjectivity
-
subjective
subjectively
extreme
-
extreme
extremely
sign
sign
signed
-
grant
grant
granted
-

Good luck!