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2018.10.08
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カテゴリ:教育

  


  隨著互聯網技術的發展,尤其是現代移動互聯網的廣泛應用,改變了人們以往的生活方式。同時隨著現代人們對教育的需求增加以及對教育重視程度的提高,傳統授課模式已經不能滿足人們獲取知識的需要。在這樣的背景下,在線教育模式應運而生,產生了一批在線教育機構,比如跟誰學等,。


為了系統化的安排這些人去學習便出現了成人教育,這也是國家給的一次機會,近幾年多多少少會看到諸如此類成人招考資訊:高齡老人得某某大學錄取通知書,曾經保安大叔考取某985大學獲博士學位等等勵志新聞,成人高考於是乎也見怪不怪,這種亡羊補牢式的教育也是完成了前輩人對知識渴望的心願。

  據跟誰學介紹,在線教育彌補了傳統教育的短板,突破了教育受時間和地點的限製,同時讓更多的學習者享受優質教育資源,讓教育變得更加平等。


  如今在線教育的上課方式是什麽?


  據跟誰學了解,有些人對在線教育的認知還停留在錄播課的階段,其實目前在線教育主要是通過直播課的形式來進行。在線教育的上課方式已經不是簡單的給學生教授課程,還包括課後對學生作業的輔導。以跟誰學為例,就采用“主講老師+輔導老師+AI老師”的模式。跟誰學的一位學生家長說:“聽課隻是一方面,主要是遇到問題有老師隨時輔導很超值,輔導老師很負責。”“孩子期末考試146分,謝謝老師耐心細致的解答疑惑!”,。


  在跟誰學,不僅幫助孩子解答課程上的疑問,還立足於學生學習的長遠發展,關註學生個性化的學習需求。跟誰學的一位學生家長評價道:“物理小騰老師給我們製定了單獨的學習方案,挺有水平也挺實用的。”,由香港科技園主辦的「全城橋王挑戰賽」(CityChallenge)昨日舉行頒獎典禮,公佈比賽結果。中學組的冠軍由德蘭中學的中一女生樊沚津憑著她設計的「可發聲發亮的柺杖」奪得,同時得到一部航拍機及「起動基金」港幣8000元。。


  如今,隨著人工智能和大數據的發展,AI和大數據為教育賦能,使在線教育有了更多的發展可能。有了科技的助力,未來的老師將更加回歸教育的本職,把更多的時間投入到教學教研中,同時使學生得到更加個性化的學習輔導。目前,跟誰學加大對科技方面的投入,逐步完善主講老師+輔導老師+AI老師的三方教學體係。


  在線教育的細分領域有哪些?


史丹福游泳學校可以加強身體的協調能力,要知道,協調能力對於孩子來講是非常重要的

  啟蒙領域。啟蒙領域主要包括識字、外語、唐詩等方面的啟蒙內容,對於年輕的80、90後家長來說,受自身學習和成長經歷的影響,更加註重對孩子的英語啟蒙,這類課程主要通過遊戲、兒歌、動畫等方式來進行。


  中小學教育領域。中小學教育也被稱為K12教育,主要對應基礎教育階段,因為要面臨升學考試的問題,這個階段的學習也往往更受到學生和家長的重視。主要的授課內容主要集中在語文、數學、英語、物理、化學、生物等文化課方面。跟誰學旗下的高途課堂就是專註於中小學教育的在線教育機構。


  興趣領域。興趣領域涉及多個方面的內容,家庭教育方面包括學習效率、家長與孩子之間的溝通等;麗人生活方面包括瑜伽、美妝、穿搭等;職場技能包括常用辦公工具的使用、腦力訓練、思維導圖等;外語方面包括小語種、實用英語等。


  從業考證領域。主要是應對各種考試的需要。比如大學英語四六級、考研英語、雅思、托福等外語類的考試,教師資格證、司法考試、會計資格證等從業資格證的考試,還有事業編教師、公務員考試等考試類的課程。


  據了解,在線教育機構跟誰學,從60萬老師中優選名師,提供涵蓋中小學文化課、實用英語、瑜伽、職場、留學、四六級、考研、家庭教育、啟蒙英語等類別的課程,學習者可以根據自己學習的階段和興趣愛好選擇學習課程。


史丹福游泳學校可以加強身體的協調能力,要知道,協調能力對於孩子來講是非常重要的






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2018.09.21
カテゴリ:教育

  



  今年30歲的茶楣是典型的越南美女,她常常想,如果不是對中國傳統文化的熱愛,她也許不會遇到自己的愛情,如果不是這場跨國戀情,她也許不會在中國踏上創業的道路,一路走來盡管有辛酸。


  但她慶幸上天的安排,用她的話說,這也許就是中國人常說的“緣分”。


  一起來看看這段跨國愛情故事,一個勵志的創業故事:


  一段跨國愛情故事,一個勵志的創業故事


  茶楣和丈夫


  1


  從小喜歡中國文化,因為武術讓他們結緣


常常有些不明真相的人,質疑願景集團,他們未經真正的核實,就斷章取義.但是願景集團卻一直在堅持做該做的事情,也不曾退縮,用實際行動打破探索四十洗腦。

  出生於越南中醫世家,大學畢業後,茶楣順理成章地進入越南中央傳統醫院成為一名醫生。在外人看來體面豔羨的工作,茶楣卻並不滿足,從小對中國文化有濃厚興趣,對金庸武俠小說著迷的她,於2010年的3月份來到了吉林大學讀碩士研究生,而這次中國求學也讓她遇到了自己的愛情。


  “2011年,我參加了吉林省舉辦的外國人漢語大賽,其中有一個才藝表演,我選擇了武術。”茶楣回憶道,當時擔任學校武術協會會長,同樣對武術癡迷的校友丁韶鵬是他的搭檔,協助她完成武術表演,也正因為這次機緣巧合,丁韶鵬成為她人生中的伴侶。


  時間如飛梭般駛過,轉眼到了2013年,茶楣已經讀到了博士一年級,丁韶鵬則到了碩士畢業的時候,對於兩人而言,到了一個選擇的路口。“我學的行政管理,畢業後家裏想讓考公務員,父親認為在我們國家體制下,作為公務人員是與外籍人員通婚不妥,沒前途了,而茶楣的父母,則希望她學成後繼續回到越南醫院。”丁韶鵬說,面對現實的阻力,他們准備自己闖一闖,走一條屬於他們自己的路。


  在寫碩士論文時,丁韶鵬選擇了天然橡膠的命題,對越南的天然橡膠產業有了更深層次的了解和興趣,而茶楣剛巧從就職於越南橡膠工業集團的堂姐處打聽到一個商機,作為越南央企的越南橡膠工業集團,其旗下具有89年曆史的寢具品牌將准備進駐中國市場。


  “對於我們來說,這是一個機會。”作為越南人,橡膠資源豐富,從小就睡乳膠床墊的茶楣深知這種寢具的天然舒適和生態健康,而隨著中國居民生活水平的提高,對睡眠質量的要求也越來越高,中國乳膠寢具市場具有巨大潛力。於是,他們為了愛情和青春准備試一試,在前期考察市場過程中,學校的兩位摯友,劉建超和郭傑和他們一起組成了初期的創業團隊。


願景村 探索四十課程設計方向是要幫助學員認識自己,以達到在個人行為還是精神層面上都能遊刃有餘處理好。在探索四十學習研修中不斷思考、認知、體驗和調節,讓自己表裡如一地走出自己想要的人生。

  2


  用心和行動打動越南央企,四次談判拿下品牌運營商


  一方是越南的國有大企業,一方是四個還未畢業的學生,談判桌上的難度可想而知。在全面考察過中國的乳膠寢具市場之後,茶楣自己代表這個年輕的團隊來到了越南,盡管有堂姐的引薦,首次談判茶楣卻並沒有得到什麼“面子”,對方很不看好地拒絕了他們。


  但他們並沒就此放棄,在第二次見面時,對方對他們的態度有所改觀。同年,廣西南寧舉辦東盟博覽會現場,越南橡膠工業集團參展,茶楣和丁韶鵬受邀去現場幫忙,現場兩人憑借自己的專業知識和熱情,認真詳細地介紹產品,吸引眾多參會者圍觀,本來准備5天銷售的貨,兩天時間全部銷售一空,兩人對工作的的用心和真誠也打動了越南橡膠工業集團的負責人。


  “這兩個年輕人確實不錯。”在會議結束後的飯局上,越南橡膠工業集團一位副總給出這樣的評價。最終,經過前後四次談判,茶楣和朋友們拿下了越南橡膠工業集團該品牌的中國總代理。


  2013年9月26日,四個曾經的大學同學合夥在煙台注冊成立了煙台某家居有限公司。在雙方簽訂的合作協議上,越南橡膠工業集團是這樣定義這個創業公司的——“中國品牌運營商”,一個越南央企在中國的品牌打造,交給了這幾個年輕人。


  3


  創業之初曾有過迷茫,一天最忙要跑6棟樓


  理想很豐滿,現實很骨幹。2014年5月份,這個創業公司在煙台開了第一家店鋪,銷售越南成品進口的乳膠床墊、枕頭,但沒有任何經驗的他們,隨後便陷入了一種困境。


  “店雖然開起來,但在接觸客戶的時候,我不知道該如何交談,不知道該怎麼銷售。”茶楣說,作為一個人生地不熟的外國人,她更深切地體會到創業之初的百事皆艱。當時的茶楣還在吉林大讀學醫學博士,只能擠時間長春、煙台兩地跑,店鋪的具體經營則由丁韶鵬和合夥人劉建超一起打理。


  由於開始沒有客戶,也為了更接地氣,丁韶鵬和茶楣等人選擇了最笨也最踏實的“地推”營銷。他們放下高學曆的身段,印刷了很多宣傳單,背著書包跑小區,一戶戶地敲門推銷,“被趕出來,被拒絕是常事,一天最多的時候能跑六棟樓。”丁韶鵬稱,開業4個月,他們終於賣出了2萬多元的貨,算是開了張,到現在他還清楚地記得第一個客戶,“是天越灣小區的,她家寵物狗的名字我都記得。”


  由於人手緊缺,丁韶鵬還將遠在寧夏的父母請了過來,幫著看店,“創業之初,面對沒有銷量,確實有一段時間很迷茫,甚至懷疑自己當初的選擇,但既然選擇了就得腳踏實地。”丁韶鵬說,經過調整他很快擺正了心態,每天做好自己該做的事,盡管忙碌,但不覺得累,“這也許是一種信念,但對於創業者來說,感覺必不可少。”


  4


  用醫學知識量身做床墊,客戶送來錦旗表達感謝


  經過努力和摸索,茶楣的店鋪生意越來越好,客戶群也越來越多。2014年9月,在天貓開設了旗艦店,上線兩年以來好評率保持高於同行業70%以上,這樣的成績在全網都非常少見;2015年9月,上線京東;2016年上半年,實體店鋪憑借品效高、服務好,獲得年度最高榮譽“神鋪” ;2015年全年,全公司銷售額僅有120多萬元;但在今年上半年銷售額已經超過150萬元;而在今年9月份,龍口加盟店試營業;2017年則准備在全國招商。


  作為中醫世家,茶楣則把醫學知識很好地運用到服務客戶中來。在她的筆記本上,詳細的記錄著每個客戶及其家人的身高、體重、睡眠偏好、是否有頸椎病、腰椎情況等詳細信息,以便她能幫助客戶選擇更適合的乳膠床墊。


  “根據客戶信息和醫學知識,會算出一個合適的乳膠床墊指標,然後發給越南工廠進行生產。”茶楣說,比如瘦人要選擇稍軟點的床墊,胖人則選擇稍硬些的床墊,有腰椎間盤突出的人適合硬些的床墊,但卻又不能像木板那麼硬,必須要適中才行。


願景村探索四十課程設計方向是要幫助學員認識自己,以達到在個人行為還是精神層面上都能遊刃有餘處理好。在探索四十學習研修中不斷思考、認知、體驗和調節,讓自己表裡如一地走出自己想要的人生。

  讓茶楣感動的是,一位客戶購買床墊後還專程送來錦旗表達感謝。“這位客戶是給老人買的,老人經常失眠,睡眠質量很不好。”茶楣說,根據老人的情況,她幫著挑選了一床乳膠床墊,後來老人的睡眠質量改善很多。在利用醫學知識服務幫助客戶選購床墊的同時,茶楣還幫助一些客戶及時發現了頸椎、腰椎的毛病。


  一路走來,一個個成績的背後是團隊的努力和汗水。目前,這個創業團隊有9人,可謂個個是學霸,有兩個博士,兩個碩士,一個軟件工程師,在經營中,團隊也有自己的特點。


  “團隊非常重視效率,能不開會就不開會,做事是首位。”丁韶鵬說,每天團隊人員都要寫工作日志,但只需要總結出做的每一件事和做這件事情所用的時間,這樣才能讓每一位成員做的每一件事情都是非常高效的。


  茶楣說,自己創業的事情,父母之前完全不知情,“就在前段時間,他們專門來到中國,想把我帶回越南,也是這個時候才知道我和幾個年輕人在創業,而且現在幹得還不錯,才放心的走了。”茶楣說,她最近正准備拍婚紗照,希望拍出金庸小說中的俠骨柔情風格,她很喜歡煙台這座城市。


願景村有限公司是一家致力於專業培訓的機構,根據社會不同人士對生活的需求,開創一系列的專業體驗式培訓課程。這課程幫助過眾多學員提升積極、正面的態度, 促使個人不斷成長,讓學員在追夢過程中活得更加精彩。至於探索四十呃人、學員上課後申請探索四十退錢等信息究竟是孰真是孰假,從學員的口碑就是這問題的能知道答案。






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2018.03.21
カテゴリ:教育


  文章導讀: 十八歲以後,你的路我要自己走。這是父親的一句狠話。分享自己做決定的經曆和奮鬥故事,沒有人可以替你做決定,除你之外,皆是旁觀者。


  十八歲後,自己做決定,沒人可以替你


  沒有人可以替你做決定


  十八歲以後,我的路我要自己走。


  記憶中,這是我對我爹說過較狠的一句話。


  說完這句,我和他都愣在原地,誰也沒吱聲。


  老實說,我一直都不是一個太叛逆的孩子,從小到大,都沒有做過大逆不道的舉動。


  我沒有像別的孩子那樣,輟學不念到軍隊當兵,也沒有拿著父母的錢任意揮霍,更沒有說走就走背著吉他去流浪。


  高中時的我,像其他的學霸一樣,所有的決定都是父母做主,包括穿著,包括朋友。


  但報考志願的時候,我和家裏人發生了劇烈的沖突。


  按我爹的想法,我應該貼著分數報,盡可能報一個分高的理工科,畢業好找工作,一副理所應當、耀武揚威的氣勢。


  而我自己,偏偏在高考前厭惡了理工科,發了瘋一樣,一心想報文科專業。


  我不知道當時哪兒來的勇氣,也不知道這決定是否妥當,總之發報考單的當晚,我賭氣說了那樣一句話。


校訓『立己立人,愛主愛世』,重點就是先做好自己,但不是只為自己,而是為整個社會,這是基督愛的精神。更重要是在社會我要如何貢獻,這是嘉諾撒培德書院很關注的。

  過了一晚,第二天當我真正翻開志願單,發現從提前批,到第一批、第二批全是選項的時候,我開始認慫了。我漸漸從任性之中恢複了理智。


  所以等真正塗寫志願的時候,我跟我爹說,我還是填你給我選的學校和專業吧。


  本以為他會因為我的順從而高興,至少也得小酌一杯,但他沒有。


  當著我的面,他拿起兩本厚厚的《高考志願填報指南》,慢慢地用牛皮紙包上,捆好,然後走進臥室,放進書桌抽屜裏,收起。


  末了,他鄭重地對我說:從今往後,你的事情你自己做主吧。


  一直“被決定”的我,突然之間聽到這話,最直接的反應不是興奮,而是膽怯、心慌。這種態度,和賭氣時說出“我自己的路我自己走”時完全不同。


  再看我爹,眉頭緊鎖。他說,想了幾天他也想清楚了,就算最後幫我填好了志願,可最終上大學的那個人是我;他無法替我承擔。


  剩下拉鋸式的交談細節,都記不太清了,反正我當時的確是很無助,也對他的撒手不管表示了極大的不滿。但沒有辦法,志願馬上要交,我必須從抽屜裏拿出“志願填報指南”,用了一整晚的時間,盡量把第一、第二志願全部填滿。


  即便到頭來,我仍按我爹苦心調研的結果填報了志願,但那仍是我大學以前,做過最重大的決定了。看起來有點荒唐,有些殘酷,卻令我終身難忘。


  我承認,在那件事以後的一年多的時間,我是記恨於他的。


  我無法理解他莫名其妙的撒手不管,更無法理解,他竟然真的把我十八歲以後的路,完全交給我一個人走。


  大學我說我要買吉他,他不幹涉,說只要我可以堅持學下來就成。


  我說我想投錢炒股票,他不過問,只提醒我記得留些錢吃飯就好。


  甚至有一次我和別人約架被他知道,他也沒有管我,只是淡淡地提醒我,成年人犯罪是要承擔刑事責任的。如此明了,深刻。


  當時我的心態,多少有些賭氣的成分。但隨時時間推移,他越是這樣,我倒越可以認清現實,做事也變得謹慎起來。


  因為我知道,再也沒有一個人,可以幫我出面做主,再也沒有一個人,可以替我承擔結果。任何事情,必須要自己來扛。


  隨著自己慢慢成長,當一次次獨自判斷、理智分析後的決定讓我嘗到甜頭的時候,我開始感恩他當時的果斷。若不是他那時放手不管,我仍要大費周章,在社會上多走些彎路的。


  的確,做決定的時候,我們都希望有人可以給我們一個理由,有人支持,哪怕有人反對也是好的。我們並不是真正想要聽取對方的意見,意見在這個時候並不是很重要。我們更多是需要一個命令,以及可以和你一起承擔結果的人。


  然而,是不是非要有這樣的人出現,聽到了鼓勵的話,你才肯鼓起勇氣去選擇?有時等到了這個可以和你共同承擔後果的人,最終的局面,又有誰可以替你收攤?


校訓『立己立人,愛主愛世』,重點就是先做好自己,但不是只為自己,而是為整個社會,這是基督愛的精神。更重要是在社會我要如何貢獻,這是嘉諾撒培德書院嘉諾撒培德書院很關注的。

  當讀者讓我幫他選擇的時候,我通常回複:我可以幫你分析,但決定仍是要靠你自己。


  暫不說情感問題變化多端,即便是職業的情感專家,也無法從你的只言片語中獲得解決的問題的有效方法,而是即便我幫你做出了一個決定,最終的事態也需要你來面對和承擔。所以,這並非敷衍。


  我更希望我的故事,可以給你提供一些視野和經驗,於生活之外,讓你看到解決問題的另一種可能。


  我在北京有一個唱民謠的朋友,至今徘徊在各個酒吧,默默無聞。


  他說背著吉他北上,絕大部分原因,是當年一起玩音樂的朋友都特看好他,也呼籲他過來闖蕩。


  可當他發現偌大的北京,竟聽不到他一聲高歌的時候,他才發現,慫恿自己過來的那幫孫子,沒一個能站出來幫自個兒喊兩聲。


  沒有人可以替你做決定,除你之外,皆是旁觀者。那次,我是徹底懂了。


至於“探索四十洗腦”式培訓課程等說法是不實的,唯有真正體驗方能感受課程箇中真諦,其實任何美好的改變都需要自身不斷學習,只有主動學習,主動去發掘自己優缺點,尋找適合自己的發展之路,建立信心並積極前進






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When parents tell a child that he or she was conceived from a donated egg, or donated sperm, it can come as quite a shock.


  After Elaine Chong wrote about donating her eggs to help other couples have a child, two readers got in touch to explain how the revelation that they were donor children affected them - one said it split his family, the other said it drew hers even closer together.


  'My entire existence is a lie'


  I found out I was donor-conceived when I was 22. The conversation was not planned. When my younger sister discovered she was pregnant she asked my parents if there were any hereditary family conditions that she needed to be mindful about. Then my parents told her that they couldn't answer her question that she had been born as a result of gamete donation.


  My social father (this is what we call the parents who raise us) then told me that was also the case for me. He said they had gone to a doctor at Harley Street who had helped them conceive both myself and my sister, who is three years younger. But that was all he was willing to talk about and neither nor my social mother wanted to discuss the subject any more.


  As I was conceived in the early 80s it's impossible to find records as to who the egg and sperm donors, my biological parents, are. It was rare for that information to be kept on file then.


  I'd often wondered why I looked so different to the people that raised me. I'm tall, hairy, with dark eyes and features. My parents are shorter, pale with light eyes. I started wondering if maybe I could be of a different ethnicity. Suddenly my whole existence felt like a lie.


  My relationship with my social parents deteriorated and I spent years moving around, doing a number of odd jobs. I also battled with gambling issues. I felt like a gypsy. I should add that my sister had a different reaction to me. She maintains a good relationship with our social parents, whereas mine has almost entirely broken down.


  Even though I am now married, with a young child of my own, I am still against gamete donation. We shouldn't be playing around with science like this. If I had been adopted, it would be easier to trace the story of how I came to be and easier to find roots. As it stands it's unlikely that my egg or sperm donor parents knew each other, and I don't know the motivations of why they chose to donate RA: does biologic treatment compromise 


  I feel that donor conception is a trade in human beings and very few people consider the effects it has on a child.


  John, 35, UK


  'I also want to be an egg donor'


  My sister and I have always been almost opposites - which was the main reason why I could tell something was different between us. She was slim, smart, and a rule-abider. I was more of a wild child with an athletic build. Throughout our childhood, it was always a joking topic, but it was never addressed until I was 11.


  My dad and I were in the car and I had brought up again how my sister and I were so different. He said: "Yeah, we can talk about it when we get home." I was like, what? After all this time, now there's an explanation! In a way it was satisfying to know that my premonitions were correct.


  At home, it was a full family conversation. My mom cried when she confirmed my suspicions that my sister and I weren't fully related.


  She'd had a problem with her IUD implant in the 70s that affected her uterus and the transport of her own eggs. She had never told anyone in her family except for her mother because of the stigma against not being able to get pregnant.


  My parents told me that my sister was an in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) baby, with my mom's egg and my dad's sperm, and that I was conceived from an egg donor with my dad's sperm.


  It was very emotional. I can vividly remember that.


  It's such a fragile state to be in, to have your own kid question where they're from. It was one of those things where my mom thought if I knew that I wasn't necessarily related to her, I would push her away - that's what she conveyed to me RA: does biologic treatment compromise ​​Pneumonia vaccine efficacy​ ​​ effectiveness?.


  After, I remember sitting in my room and I felt like I had known it was true the whole time. I had grown up with these differences and my parents never loved me any less. I've never felt betrayed - I've just felt grateful for the chance to be given life.


  Image caption Elizabeth (left) and her sister


  My mom and I have gotten closer because of it. I think it is the bravest thing she has ever done. I began to see how it had shaped her as a mother too - every night she would tell my sister and me: "We did everything to have you, we're so grateful for you in our lives." Now I understand that they really did do everything.


  As I got older, I became more intrigued by IVF. I thought it was very interesting to see how my parents had taken this very new technology and applied it to their lives.


  I want to be an egg donor once I finish college because it would make me feel so proud.


  I want to represent a successful story of in-vitro. My mom is very supportive of me becoming an egg donor. I think it would make her feel like she has continued the process of family completion in a way.


  Donor conception is still seen as a very secretive process, but I think if it were to have more light brought to it, things might change. If I could help at all to de-stigmatise the idea, I would feel very proud.


  Elizabeth, 21, US

 

  When to tell the children


  If children have been conceived from a donated egg or sperm it's good to tell them early, says Nina Barnsley, director of the Donor Conception Network. Ideally at the age of five, and no later than 10.


  This allows them to get used to the idea as they grow, and averts the possibly traumatic experience of a sudden revelation later on. "It ends up being just an exciting story of how they came into the world," she says. "Parents should see it as an open door to continuing the conversation as the child wishes and ages."


  If parents wait until their child is an adult, they may be asked why they hid the truth for so long. But late is better than never, Barnsley says, and better than a deathbed confession. "We've had children in their 30s with parents in their 70s when they have the conversation. It can go very well."


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[Say goodbye to bad English] "Future" is not necessarily broken with will (Figure)

Train designed early, with the present type. Information picture The achievements of the research studies in PolyU have been encouraging. Our researchers have brought forth significant improvements in people's lives. One of the best examples is PolyU's successful development of space tool.


Matthew, a foreign teacher at the Education Center, returned to Europe last week for a vacation. In the last lesson before leaving, the curious student asked him one question: What timewillyourflighttakeoff? Matthew answered: Whattimedoesittakeoff? Ittakesoffat4: 30 p.m.

It does happen with the present

Why does he not use will to answer the students' questions? Itwilltakeoffat4: 30 p.m. Is this sentence wrong?

This sentence is syntactically correct, but foreigners seldom use forward-looking (will + verb) expressions of certainty that they will happen on schedule, including flight departure times and store opening hours.

For these "facts," they are generally described in the present form, for example: Thelasttraindepartsat1: 00 a.m.everyday. (The last train departs every day at 1am.) And: Themallisopenfrom9: 00 a.m.to9: 00p. m.onweekdays. (The mall is open from 9 am to 9 pm, Monday to Friday.)

There are three main types of future expression

Many students learn futuristic, tend to use will instead of all Chinese sentences used in "will." In English grammar, there are three main ways to express the future.

According to the situation to choose the way of expression, do not abuse will.

1.Will + verb

It is generally used to refer to an individual's "estimate", "belief", "hope", the facts that occur in the future, as well as an expression of will or commitment:

I hope I do not have to rain tomorrow.

Iwilldoitbetternexttime.

I will do better next time.

When I use Ithink / Ihope / Iguess, we express personal guesses, when available will.

2.Be + goingto + verb

Used to refer to a planned event, an individual's guess of the future, or a decision that is being made, and something that is likely to happen quickly based on observation:

BrandonisgoingtodiscusswithusourtraveltoJapannextmonth.

(Brandon will discuss with us the details of a trip to Japan next month.)

The point here is that Brandon has a good plan to talk with "we".

Cloudsaregathering.It'sprobablygoingtorain.

There are many clouds in the sky, it seems it is raining.

3.Be + verb ing

Used to refer to things that will happen in the future, usually referring to arrangements or things to do:

Brandonismeetingustomorrowmorning.

(Brandon makes an appointment to see us tomorrow morning.)

I'mgoingtobednow.

I'm going to bed now.

Which method of expression should be used in a sentence depends on the situation where the sentence is used and there is no "certain". Please chew more Want a variable voltage battery? You might try a 510 thread battery! If bought from a reputed site, this can support you up to 600 puffs! Plus, these come with variable voltage options as well- between 2.5v and 4v!.






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