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Let’s cut to the chase, the last thing on your mind before vacation is putting up an auto-responder email. More often than not, your out of office message is likely an “Oh no!” moment after you’ve already left the office.
When we were younger, our parents and teachers used to tell us about the different sounds that various objects and animals produce. This is as simple as a game played with babies and toddlers that follows the sequence of “What sound does a blank make?” or “What does a blank say?”.
A few weeks back, we shared a post about “formal vs. informal emails”, and we can think of this as a bit of an extension on that, as the terms we’ll cover can be used in written just as easily as they can in spoken English.
From Witches to Draculas, to Princesses to Supermans, and even the odd Professional Athlete, the idea is pretty simple; dress up as something you like, take a bag of some kind (pillow cases worked well), and walk around to houses in the neighborhood and ask for candy.
For some people, speaking in public is the most terrifying thing they’ll need to do. There’s a legitimate medical term for this fear – glossophobia – and it can lead to symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, trembling, dizziness, sweating, nausea or vomiting, and just the general urge to get away.
I was 16 years old. It final year of senior school in 1994 and our science teacher took us all to the library and showed us “the internet”. There was one computer, and it took more than 3 minutes to connect to a boring page with some text on it.
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