Season 2 – Episode #3 – Drink English, Eat English, Sleep English – WHY NOT

Season 2 - Episode #3 - Drink English, Eat English, Sleep English - WHY NOT

Learn the formation of words that you already are aware of and know the meaning of. Learn how to use those words in a sentence. Learn how to form variation from the limited vocabulary.

I have highlighted the words I feel are important.

1) I want to thank Bob, who has helped me put this presentation together

2) People feel

    reassured

if something is already being bought

3) A healthy gut is a

    gateway

to good health

4) You don’t wanna overpower your dish by adding more onions

5) Chewing gums help balance out the overpowering smell of onions

6) In the interest of balance and sheer entertainment, we like to add some jokes in our presentations so that we can balance out the overpowering technicalities of this job (Notice how to start a sentence with “In the interest of”)

7) One thing we keep telling to all our planning team to remind themselves if there was a plan that really truly worked then we would have all known by now

8) Instant anything is a gimmick

9) Most certainly a good planning goes a far way (Leanr how to start your sentence with “most certainly”)

10) Stress can impede (pronounced as im-peed – means prevent/disrupt) any attempt at weight loss

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