A presentation without presenting

Today, I had a presentation. Generally, people are afraid while it turns to do a presentation, but I am not. A presentation - for me - means new information and SHOOOOW TIME, babe! I like to do research, reading about a topic and understanding it, passing it to other people. It's a very glad job … Continue reading A presentation without presenting

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My Tardy University and My Lost Trimester

Today, I checked my university again... whether the study starts in November!   In the last three months, I've been the edge of insanity. In the very beginning, I came back from Hungary, from my mother in August; however, she was begging me to stay until September. I told her I can't stay since my … Continue reading My Tardy University and My Lost Trimester

Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

If you are a Foreign Language Teacher and you are dealing with youngsters, beginners; one of the basic step that you must pass by is teaching the names of the colours. Personally, I admire this particular topic about colours; even if it may take maximum 2 classes or 3 with the examination. Basically, teaching colours … Continue reading Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

End of 3 years: Ceremony

Today, I attended my first scholar-year ending ceremony in Algeria. Without doubt, this experience was totally different than the other ones in Hungary; however, I am not sure why it was so different. For sure, the Algerian ceremonies are different since it invites only a small number of elites related to the university, then it … Continue reading End of 3 years: Ceremony

​Summer Gaming

Finally, we are on holidays! My brother and I have a hard military-like daily schedule at home; during the week, we have no television, no computer, no mobile or psp games, NOTHING. This sacrifice is for the better studying and for the better self-discipline. My general principle defending our manner says that: video-games and Tv-shows … Continue reading ​Summer Gaming

Arabic Newspaper-Courses

“If you don't read the newspaper, you're uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you're mis-informed.” ― Mark Twain I have never been a big newspaper fan; however, I used to buy monthly gamer, gun and literary magazines such as GameStar, Caliber and Readest Diggers... I tried to avoid the mass-media, but I kept myself up-dated on … Continue reading Arabic Newspaper-Courses

A history of English

This day I wrote an article for the University Magazine about the History of English language... It is a kinda introduction to the earlier stages, avoiding much details and the modern years' politics.. So, the article is going to follow up Lynda Mugglestone's Oxford summary of "A History of English". As Sir William Belford said, … Continue reading A history of English