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Embracing our inner wiring leads to a happier, more authentic life.
What is lazy mode?
Foreignthinking is a game, not a test. However, some people just want to verify what they did is correct or not, not want to challenge themselves. That's why we have this new learning style.
Lazy mode is an efficient way to learn English. If you want to try it, please be our contributors as below~
How to see more learning materials for free?
In order to make this study camp keep growing, from May 2017, we decide to show learning materials for people that are welling to provide at least "one" learning material for other people. You can be our contributors with this link: How to create a new learning material.
The [BBC] [English at Work] series is also invisible in the home menu but will be displayed on the facebook fan page. Other BBC series, or new learning materials after May 2017 will not be displayed on home menu or facebook fan page.
It's also good for you to learn English while you are doing it. You will have abilities to analyze English paragraphs and to compare the difference thinking way with your mother language. So, it's definitely good to have a try.
Just keep learning, sharing, and having fun~
|[BBC] [English at Work] 01 How to prepare for an interview||Level, listening: 1, article: 2|
|[TED] How the news distorts our worldview||Level, listening: 3, article: 4|
|[TED] Don't eat the marshmallow! - Joachim de Posada||Level, listening: 4, article: 3|
|[TED] A story of mixed emoticons - Rives||Level, listening: 2, article: 3|
|[TED] Reporting crisis via texting - Erik Hersma||Level, listening: 3, article: 3|
|[TED] A parable for Kenya -- Joseph Lekuton||Level, listening: 7, article: 2|
|[Practice]||Level, listening: 1, article: 1|
|[BBC] [English at Work] 07 Shows you how to apologise||Level, listening: 1, article: 2|
|[BBC] [English at Work] 06 How to offer help||Level, listening: 1, article: 2|
|[Fairy Tales] The Ugly Duckling||Level, listening: 2, article: 2|