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The Terrifying Fact of Depression

It’s all……THOUGHT. That’s right.  Let me superimpose it for you. THOUGHT Think about it.  Our mind, which is home to trillions of cells, can and has created everything around you at this very moment.  The environment, relationships, feelings, assets, friends, everything! When I came…

Why ‘Black Panther’ Could Be The Game-Changer In Asia & The World

When Michael B. Jordan said, “I don’t want to live.  I want to die like my ancestors did when they jumped off boats into the Atlantic (then pulled the sword out of his chest before falling),” it had a profound effect on me. Michael…

TOEIC: Text Completion #2 + PDF – Continuation

Here are parts 7-12 for everyone who tuned into my last blog. Dr. Jim Croker of Budapest Lab says that people _____(7)_____  always travel with their own pillow.  “If business travelers can might will should can’t bring their laptops on board, there’s no reason…

TOEIC Grammar: Determiners & Pronouns

Determiners and pronouns Point 1 Determiners Definition : A determiner is a word that is normally used at the beginning of a noun phrase. Determiners include: articles. There are two types of articles: – the definite article: the – the indefinite article: a/an possessive…

TOEIC: Incomplete Sentences + Text Completion

Welcome back to a full-on blog and episode (in the YouTube video down below) about the two areas of grammar that’s features on the TOEIC test. Without further ado – let’s get into it. Directions: Select the best answer to complete the sentence.  The…

TOEIC Grammar: Double Comparatives & Order of Adverbs

Double comparatives Our nation gets fatter and fatter every year. more and more + adjective : The problem is getting more and more difficult to solve.To say that something is increasing all the time. We can use comparatives with the definite article the The…

TOEIC Grammar – Comparatives & Superlatives

 Comparatives and Superlatives Adjective Comparative Superlative one-syllable hard -er harder -est hardest two-syllable ending in –y early -er earlier -est earliest other two-syllable and long tiring intelligent more more tiring more intelligent most most tiring most intelligent some two-syllable quiet clever simple more or…

Career Goals For 2018

Well, this is the big one! I mean there’s Tedx, working for companies (on my own contracts), there’s the podcast, Herbalife, YouTube, selling things on my website, business cards, meetings, presentations.  Omg! I mean I really need to thing and plan this one out…

TOEIC – Incomplete Sentences #5 + Podcast + YouTube Video

Welcome back to another edition of incomplete sentences.  If I’m not mistaking, this could be the very first blog I’ve written along with the YouTube video and Podcast for Incomplete Sentences. Anyhow, here’s a breakdown of gerunds. Gerunds are verbs in their base form…

TOEIC Grammar: Countable & Uncountable Nouns + Articles. Podcast & YouTube Video Included

Unit 2: Countable/Uncountable Nouns + Articles When a countable noun is singular, it is used with an indefinite article a/an; when a countable noun is plural, it ends in –(e)s. Example: To request extra credit card for other members of your household, call our automated…