Happy Thanksgiving week everyone! We are grateful every day for all the love, support, and cool projects we've had the opportunity to be working on. We are fortunate to have you with us! Thank you thank you thank you, and never stop learning! Here's to our (almost) first year with you all!
Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues but the parent of all others.
Hey everybody! I hope you're all enjoying your summer vacations and excited to get back to school, if that's where you're headed! First off, Thank you thank you thank you to everyone for your support of our new books! We're so happy you like them! Secondly, don't forget to reach out to us if you have any editing projects--we normally get a lot of editing requests during the fall from students who want our services…
Hello! Check out our new video above! And remember, you can order our books here: https://www.lahjaty.com/product-category/books/ If you need shipping to Saudi Arabia, you can order our books from Jarir of Anaheim! Here are the links: For the textbook -- https://www.jarirbooksusa.com/70472.html For the workbook: https://www.jarirbooksusa.com/70473.html
The other day I got a message from someone who wanted me to get In-N-Out burger to come to Saudi Arabia. They wrote "if you can convict them" - I couldn't help but laugh out loud....and take a screenshot ;) Although we spell them almost the same -- they mean very different things. Convince: (a verb) means "to make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence." Convict (also…
Yes, that's right! We are shipping out your orders and grateful for the feedback about our books! Hope you have as much fun reading them/practicing in them as we had writing them!Note: we currently ship all over the USA! American Slang: The Workbook $10.00 Add to cart Al3meeya Al Extended - American Slang Extended $25.00 Add to cart Al3meeya Al Extended & Al3meeya: The Workbook Combo! Sale! $30.00 $20.00 Add to cart
A failure is not always a mistake. It may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.
Hey! Super psyched to announce our newest video! I was so lucky to be in Tokyo two months ago where I met up with Yan Fan at Code Chrysalis! She shares a bit about her background, how she started her company, and some tips for aspiring entrepreneurs! Hope you enjoy it!
Good question! So in English there are a couple options -- you can say "I'm biased toward...." or "I'm partial to..." - note that you can also use these words to mean you really like something (i.e. "I'm partial to green tea ice cream"). Here are some more examples: "That story is inaccurate and biased! Don't pretend you're telling the truth!" "The judge should not be partial toward either side." / "A referee should not…
Yesterday's question: If something catches you off guard, it means that you didn't expect it. You were surprised/you didn't see it coming. Examples from the web: He's got a lot of tricky moves, so make sure he doesn't catch you off guard! The soldiers moved in quickly,hoping to catch the enemy troops off guard. I think I caught him off guard when I told him I was resigning.