Why Can't Native Speakers of English Learn Another Language?

      Wayne Parry
Why Can't Native Speakers of English Learn Another Language?

Why is it that native speakers of English have such a hard time trying to learn another language? Is it laziness? Is it arrogance? Maybe it's not our fault. Maybe there are other reasons for the fact that many only speak English. This is a part of the D.Y.S.E. series (Do You Speak English?) which deals with this contemporary topic.This Halloween, college girl, Erin Kowalkski, battles cancer once again. But this time, she has questions and she’s dying to know the answers. What will her dreams and aspirations, all she’s learned, felt and experienced, amount to when she’s gone? What will she become? Guided by a hot new patient and chased by a menacing wraith, Erin learns more about life and death than she’d ever imagined.Download this free New Adult Paranormal Romance by Jamie Leigh Hansen and see how you can benefit Childhood Cancer Awareness! “I once cross-stitched a quote for my mother that said, ‘Hope lights a candle in the darkest of despairing hearts.’ This story is yours to enjoy. You can easily gift it to others simply by telling them where to download. The more downloads, the more readers, all mean more opportunities for hope to children fighting a life-threatening illness.”- Jamie Leigh Hansen, mom to a miracle

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    Gangnam Style

      Wayne Parry
Gangnam Style

For the first time in history, a Korean rapper is at the top of the world's charts. A YouTube clip launched him into the stratosphere and now the world has gone Gangnam Style. A few months ago you would have thought this was fiction. It's real. This is a look at how a song in Korean is changing the course of history - from a language point of view. Oppa Gangnam Style!‘Lost Lucy’ is a story for the 4 to 7 year old child that tells about a careless girl who is very forgetful. She forgets to do things which are dangerous. She forgets to do things which are unhygienic. She forgets to do things which are inconsiderate. She forgets to do things which are rude and impolite.One day when Lucy arrives home from school, she takes her dog Patch for a walk. While walking, she starts daydreaming and finishes up lost. Then she finds a police station goes in and discovers that she has also forgotten her address and her name.Read about how Lucy finds her name and where she lives again with the help of a gentle policeman. Also read about some of the important things that one should do and not do, if ever one gets lost. The story raises some of the issues concerning ‘Stranger Danger,’ along with other helpful tips.This story was transmitted by the Bradford Radio for Schools on four or five occasions during 2000 and 2005.William Forde

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