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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
A Must Read Story!

In 1892 at Stanford University, an 18 year old student was struggling to pay his fees. He was an orphan, and not knowing where to turn for money, he came up with a bright idea. He and a friend decided to host a musical concert on campus to raise money for their education.

They reached out to the great pianist Ignacy J. Paderewski. His manager demanded a guaranteed fee of $2000 for the piano recital. A deal was struck and the boys began to work to make the concert a success. The big day arrived. But unfortunately, they had not managed to sell enough tickets. The total collection was only $1600. Disappointed, they went to Paderewski and explained their plight. They gave him the entire $1600, plus a cheque for the balance $400. They promised to honour the cheque at the soonest possible.

“No,” said Paderewski. “This is not acceptable.” He tore up the cheque, returned the $1600 and told the two boys: “Here’s the $1600. Please deduct whatever expenses you have incurred. Keep the money you need for your fees and just give me whatever is left”. The boys were surprised, and thanked him profusely.
It was a small act of kindness. But it clearly marked out Paderewski as a great human being. Why should he help two people he did not even know? We all come across situations like these in our lives. And most of us only think “If I help them, what would happen to me?” The truly great people think, “If I don’t help them, what will happen to them?” They don’t do it expecting something in return. They do it because they feel it’s the right thing to do.

Paderewski later went on to become the Prime Minister of Poland*. He was a great leader, but unfortunately when the World War began, Poland was ravaged. There were more than 1.5 million people starving in his country, and no money to feed them. Paderewski did not know where to turn for help. He reached out to the US Food and Relief Administration for help.
He heard there was a man called Herbert Hoover, who later went on to become the US President. Hoover agreed to help and quickly shipped tons of food grains to feed the starving Polish people. A calamity was averted. Paderewski l was relieved.

He decided to go across to meet Hoover and personally thank him. When Paderewski began to thank Hoover for his noble gesture Hoover quickly interjected and said, " You shouldn’t be thanking me Mr. Prime Minister. You may not remember this, but several years ago, you helped two young students go through college. I was one of them .”

The world is a wonderful place. What goes around comes around. Please help others to the best of your ability. In the long run you may be helping yourself. God never forgets anyone who sows a good seed in other people, never.

Nothing in nature lives for itself. Rivers don't drink their own water. Trees don't eat their own fruit. Sun doesn't give heat for itself. Flowers don't spread fragrance for themselves. Living for others is the rule of nature. And therein lies the secret of living .
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
The words "what will people say" have killed a lot of destinies.
You are failing to marry the woman of your dreams because you are afraid of "what will people say?"
You are failing to marry the man of your dreams because you're afarid of "what will people say? '
You as failing to quit your minimum wage job and start a business because of "what will people say?"
You are failing to carry a Kuran and preach the word of God because of "what will people say?"
You are failing to go back and sit for high school exam because of "what will people say?"

But people will speak "nonsense" regardless of what you do. So you might as well just do it. Do whatever you like however you like it as long as it pleases your God. LIVE YOUR LIFE!!!!

#Bedifferent
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
We should know that "Sometimes, Failure is very important to us for doing best things"
Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 11 Jul, 14:50
These are the words which were told by Steve Jobs. And they can give us smth important.
Enjoy_english🇺🇿 29 Jun, 23:08
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 29 Jun, 23:07
MAY - AUGUST 2019 ACTUAL SPEAKING.

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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 29 Jun, 23:07
Date: 29.06.2019
Test Centre: Inha University
City: Tashkent
Candidate: Abduazimkhodja
Exam type: Listening
Reading
Writing

Listening
Section 1: Conversation about trip:(questions 1-10,(similar to Cambrige tests)(no more than two words and/or a number)
Section 2: Map of Bookstore,
About books: Choosing 4 answers from the box (A-F)
Section 3: Conversation about
writing essay between 3 people(Multiple choice),
Completing notes(one word only)
Section 4: Invention of Universary Languange(31-40 one word only)

Reading
Passage 1: Evolution of barrel
Sentence completion
Diagram of barrels(choosing no more than two words from the passage).. True/false/Not Given

Passage 2: Genetic imortance in business environment
Headings, Choosing two correct letters in boxes(A-E),
Sentence completion

Passage 3(don't remember the title)
Multiple choice
Yes/No/NG
Summary Completion

Writing task 1
Line graph📈
The graph below show the percentage of households in the UK with different technologies between 1997 and 2001

Task 2
Poor people and people who come from rural areas find it difficult to access university education. Universities should make it easy lessons for their backround (Sorry I can't remember all the question but the topic was like that..)

P.S; Guys Ielts exam is just exam don't be afraid. I had nervous feeling at the beginning of the test. However, after some time, it seemed to me like passing mock test..

Listening was so easy, no academic words

Reading was little bit difficult but its same as Cambridge level

Good luck everyone😊
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 28 Jun, 15:56
Reading for IELTS 6.0-7.5| Reading Ⓜ️

📌 Reading for IELTS is part of the Improve your skills exam skills series
🇺🇿 Bu kitob aynan Reading boyicha 6.0-7.5 darajani moljallagan o`quvchilarimiz uchun

🔴 Each unit consists :

📍Skills development
📍Vocabulary
📍Exam focus and practice
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 28 Jun, 15:56
Expert IELTS 7,5 - 8 Practice test| IELTS Practice 📖

📑 Practice makes you perfect - bu jumla bejizga aytilmagan ! Aynan har kungi intensiv tayyorgarlik sizni IELTS natijangiz yuqori bolishini taminlaydi 💪🏻

✳️ Practice test includes :

➖Listening
➖Reading
➖Speaking
➖Writing
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 27 Jun, 18:36
Prep | Vocabulary 📝

🎁 Fed up with = joniga tegmoq
🎁 Famous for = mashxur
🎁 Frightened by =qorqmoq
🎁 Envious of = ichi qoralik qilmoq
🎁 Exhausted from = charchagan horigan
🎁 Dressed in = kiyinib olgan
🎁 Disappointed by = dan norozi bolmoq
🎁 Confused by = yanglishmoq
🎁 Capable of = ga qobilyatli bolmoq
🎁 Bored by = charchagan bolmoq
🎁 Angry with = achchiqlanmoq


🏷 After all = ga qaramasdan
🏷 All along = har doim
🏷 All of a sudden = tosatdan
🏷 All the same =bir xil
🏷 As a rule = odatda
🏷 As far as I am concerned = mening fikrimcha
🏷 As for me = men oylashimcha
🏷 Be about to = tayyor bolmoq
🏷 Be back on ones feet = healthy again or better financially
🏷 Be beside oneself = juda havotirlangan, achchiqlangan
🏷 Be in the red = qarzga botmoq
🏷 Come across = tosatdan korib qolmoq
🏷 Catch ones eye = etiborini tortmoq

#vocabulary
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 27 Jun, 18:36
IELTS Listening: Task Types |Useful

📶 To win the battle, you have to know your enemy well! Let's get acquainted with IELTSlistening question types, examples and the strategies of dealing with these tasks.

All IELTS listening tasks can be divided into 4 distinct categories:

❇️ COMPLETION TASKS
1. Complete the flow-chart.
2. Complete the flow-chart using the answers from the list.
3. Complete the sentences.
4. Complete the notes.
5. Complete the table.
6. Complete the form.
7. Complete the summary.

❇️ MULTIPLE CHOICE TASKS
1. Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C to answer the question.
2. Choose X number of letters to answer the question.

❇️ ANSWERING QUESTIONS
1. Answer the questions.

❇️ MATCHING TASKS
1. Choose X number of answers from the box and write the correct letter, for example, A-E, next to questions, for example, 1-3.
2. Label the plan. Write the correct letter, for example, A-I, next to questions, for example, 1-5.
3. Label the map. Write the correct letter, for example, A-I, next to questions, for example, 1-5.

🔴 We are sure that you also want to get the desired score in speaking, reading, and writing! Right? If you have any questions, feel free to send us a message, and our IELTS experts will be happy to help you.


#useful
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 27 Jun, 08:58
Writing Essay vocabulary
Expressing personal opinions:


In my opinion, …
Personally, I think that …
It seems to me that …
I must admit that …
I believe/suppose that …
I cannot deny that …
As I see it, …
As far as I’m concerned, …
I would argue that …
I’d like to point out that …
In my experience, …
Very strong opinions:

I am sure that …
I am convinced that …
I am certain that …

Proving your arguments

to attest, …
to prove, …
this (fact) is attested/proven by …
this (fact) is evidenced by …
this (fact) is testified by …
this (fact) is endorsed/supported by…
this (evidence) establishes that …

Expressing general point of view:

It is (generally) claimed that …
It is (generally) said that …
It is (generally) thought that …
It is (generally) considered that …
A common opinion is that …
A popular belief is that …
Example: It is considered that rigorous diets are very unhealthy.

Outlining facts

The fact is that …
It is obvious that …
It is clear that …
There is no doubt that …
This proves that …

Generalizing

Generally speaking, …
On the whole, …
Typically, …
By and large …

Giving examples

For example, …
For instance, …
A good illustration of this is …
Evidence for this is provided by …
We can see this when …

Concluding

To summarise, …
In conclusion, …
Overall, …
On balance, …
Taking everything into consideration, …

✅IELTS task 2 inshosi uchun juda ham foydali so'zlar

#essay #vocabulary
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Enjoy_english🇺🇿 27 Jun, 08:57
Note to self ...

Trust God. Trust others to God, You aren’t in control and that’s okay... God is and He does a better job of handling things. Let Go. Trust. Have faith in Him
Enjoy_english🇺🇿 27 Jun, 08:57
#motivation


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