“Main Street(ถนนชีวิต)”

The rolling plains of Sauk Center MN became the launching pad of the most popular American writer of the Jazz Age, Sinclair Lewis. In 1920, America was rocked by the publication of Main Street, a satirical novel ridiculing middle-class values and American smugness. He was called the conscience of his

ถนนชีวิต (Main Street)ถนนชีวิต (Main Street) ของ ซินแคลร์ เลวิส (Sinclair Lewis) แปลโดย มวจ.ขบวนสาม)

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Happy New Year 2015

HNY2015-04Many people make new year’s resolutions. My resolutions are english improvements that I plan to pass GRE and TOEFL. I really have to hit ESL resources hard everynight. I have a big test (GRE and TOFEL) that I have to study for. These tests so important…for study top gradute schools in USA.

My Books

Essential Words for the TOEFLEssential Words for the GRE

My Apps

Essential Words for the TOEFL_App Essential Words for the GRE_App

eBooks (Online Resources)

1,014 Practice Questions , 2nd Edition 400 Must-Have Words for the TOEFL 978-0071700528 Barron's New GRE, 19th Cambridge Preparation for the TOEF Cracking the GRE, 2013 Cracking the TOEFL iBT with CD Essential Words for the TOEFL ETS-Big-Book-Review GRE Math Prep Course Kaplan gre Math workbook 7th edition Kaplan TOEFL iBT with CD-ROM New GRE 2011-2012 Premier New GRE Math Workbook (Kaplan GRE) Speaking and Writing Strategies for TOEFL iBT TOEFL iBT High Score System TOEFL Official Guide, 3rd Ed verbal-workout-for-gre-4th-edition

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Learn english by songs

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Biomed Girl(2014)

IMG_3783I like to give encouragement to anybody who thinks positively.

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The Kings Speech

The Kings Speech – Official Trailer

The real story of George VI The King’s Speech.

The King’s (Real) Speech

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Do You Speak English?

Lesson : http://access.englishcentral.com/access/bBpeSRhldUpRFFUQnfkUvkEw6GZEdhmp/do-you-speak-english

English speakers play a prank on a lady about not being able to speak the language

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President Obama Addresses the British Parliament

President Obama Addresses the British Parliament
In an address to Parliament, President Obama discusses how the special relationship between the United States and Great Britain can continue to help the two nations serve as catalysts for global action as the world faces a new series of threats and challenges. May 25, 2011.

See full Transcript: > http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2011/05/25/remarks-president-parliament-london-united-kingdom

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Express English

BBC Learning English: Express English
Express English is a new course from BBC Learning English. Every week, people in London are asked questions on a specific topic. You can see their answers in a short video. You can also post your own answers to the questions on the BBC Learning English site. This week’s questions: Have you ever had dancing lessons? When do you dance?

Source from:The english Blog
See more > http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/general/expressenglish/index.shtml

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Japanese Nuclear Workers

Japanese Nuclear Workers: We Know We Will Die
March 31, 2011

Japanese power plant workers say they all expect to die, possibly within weeks. They’ve been exposed to prolonged radiation levels above 10,000 times the normal level…on a daily basis.

Fox News reports management has asked workers to remain hush-hush to prevent public panic–but one mother of a nuclear worker tearfully spoke out, although still anonymously. She says…

“The crew accepts that they will all probably die, this a direct quote, from radiation sickness either in the short term or they expect to get cancer in the long run. And on top of that, she said her son has informed her that the crew had concluded between themselves that it’s inevitable some of them may die within a matter of days–or within weeks.”

CNN reports if the workers do survive longer, two to five years down the road they will be at increased risk for cataracts–since eyes are sensitive to radiation. And if these are the workers’ last days on Earth–they aren’t pleasant ones. A nuclear safety official says…

“The rooms are cold, and there’s no water for showers. They use wet wipes to clean themselves. They can take a bus provided by plant owners TEPCO on their day off and go 20 km away to have a shower and a rest at another facility.”

But TIME reports TEPCO’s alternatives are few and far between. One suggestion is resorting to “jumpers”, who run in, do a job, then run out. They’ve been called “glow boys” since a year’s worth of radiation can be absorbed in those few minutes. And another alternative — robots.

“…Germany and the U.S. have also offered to lend Japan radiation-proof robots to take some of the burden off the flesh-and-blood workforce… Sure, the bot robs somebody of a salary, but it also probably saves human lives.”

Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
Transcript by Newsy.com
> http://www.newsy.com/videos/japanese-nuclear-workers-we-know-we-will-die/

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Gmail Motion

Learn more at http://gmail.com/motion. Lorraine Klayman, M.Sc., environmental movement specialist, talks about her involvement with Gmail Motion.

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