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Lao tzu is the best.

Yup, you’re the best.

THNX SO MUCH MRS SHARMA. GOD BLESS U SO MUCH. MAY U LIVE LONG. U R SO HELPFUL. UR ENGLISH IS SO HIGH FOR TEACHING. EVERYBODY’S LIKE IT.

I havnt read the hobbit in years but correct me if im wrong, isnt Sauron in the hobbit? And in the movies is he even reffered to as sauron? conisdering gandalf or anyone isnt even aware that the ring had been uncovered and therefore no one knows he is even active again?

I really hate auto spell checker.

Psycho and sociopathic body language is totally different. This is obviously a study on normal human behavior. Real crazy ppl never let u know theyre crazy until its too late. Professional con men never use these gestures either. Its hard to tell if they’re lying.

I found the information very helpful within your video. However, I felt that, your, were, putting, too, Much, punctuation, In your vocabulary communication on the video you were overemphasising your punctuation. This makes it condescending to listen to.

Hi Liz,

The title of this made me cry

Hi Evan, I’d like to contribute to the subtitles of your videos but noticed that I couldn’t in this video and probably most others. Is it something you can change in your settings? If so, could you make the option available? That way, your videos would be accessible to more people, and I think everyone deserves this kind of awesome. Thanks in advance đŸ™‚

The first step out of the cage would be to break the shackles of interest, read Gottfried Feder, he wrote a book about this.

LOL

I. love I’t

What books do you think a person who is new to economics should read to understand the subject better?

Dont understand

Friends of mine raised their 3 children trilingually. The father spoke to them in French, the mother in English, and the au pairs in German, as they then lived in Germany. When the family was all together they spoke French. They stuck to it whether the kids felt like cooperating right then or not. By the time they entered school all the kids were fluent in all 3 languages, and I don’t recall hearing of any learning difficulties. That said, it took huge amounts of work, planning and committment on the part of the parents, even though the father was French and the mother Irish (with French as a second language). The family has since moved to MontrĂ©al in Canada and I’ve lost contact. I suspect that German has now fallen a bit by the wayside. The kids had the advantage of being able to use all their languages in contexts outside the family. Also, this is of course an individual case that can’t be applied to everyone. With other Klingon speakers in his life, the son may have been more motivated and the attempt thus more successful.

This guy is great

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