Monthly Archives: December 2014

20 Incredibly Rare #Author Interviews Unearthed! #MondayBlogs #ASMSG #RRBC

Hi Thomas, We recently published an article that you may be interested in entitled, “20 Incredibly Rare Author Interviews Unearthed” (http://www.onlinecollege.org/2012/03/19/20-incredibly-rare-author-interviews-unearthed/). After having followed your blog for a while, I feel that this one article would align well with your … Continue reading

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#Bilingual in Chile by 2020? #ASMSG #MerryChristmas #FelizNavidad #ProsperoAño #Felicidad #MondayBlogs

Bilingual in Chile by 2020. For the one, an impossible dream. For the other, reality. Let me hasten to explain. English is a very powerful, prestigious language. It is literally, “money in the bank” for those people who learn it … Continue reading

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Help Me Celebrate 1 Million Views: 5 Days Till #Christmas #MondayBlogs #MerryChristmas #Xmas #ASMSG

Welcome to the celebration. It’s five days until Christmas, and I’m celebrating an early Christmas gift. I’m celebrating one million page views on this blog. That’s incredible, amazing, and for me, mindboggling. I can’t even count to one million…well, if … Continue reading

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#MerryChristmas! Books Make Great #XmasGifts! #ASMSG #Christmas #Presents #MondayBlogs

Books make great gifts. Why? According to a very wise man: “Books make great gifts because they have whole worlds inside of them.” Books inspire us, motivate us, thrill us, and most importantly, help us to be better people. So, … Continue reading

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#ASMSG Anyone who is good at #German learns #English better #IARTG #edchat #eslchat #ukedchat #cpchat #edcamp #T4US #Xmas #Christmas

There is a lively ongoing debate in the field of second language acquisition as to whether (i) a “sensitive” period of bilingual language development really exists, and, if it does, (ii) what are its age boundaries (Flege, Yeni-Komshian and Liu, … Continue reading

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