ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: What’re you like?

ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: What’re you like?

My wife can sometimes be a little bit on the forgetful side, which is a polite way of saying that she would forget her head if it wasn’t screwed on! Let me give you an example: this morning, she left the house about 8:30 and about five minutes later, she came back because she realised

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ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: folks

ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: folks

I was teaching this morning and one of my students who missed the class last week turned up early because she wanted to apologize for the fact that she wasn’t here last week. I asked what had happened to her because I wanted to check that everything was okay and she laughed and said “Ah,

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ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: a pushover

ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: a pushover

A friend of mine is also a writer and we were chatting the other day because she’s just signed her first book deal and she was telling me about the contract she’s got and how excited she is about it and I said to her, you know, “Are you getting paid? What kind of a

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Higher Education Listening Tour

Higher Education Listening Tour

Murray State University was honored to host Dr. Aaron Thompson, president of the Kentucky Council on Post-Secondary Education, on a stop of his statewide listening tour. One of Dr. Thompson’s initiatives is to have sixty percent of Kentuckians, ages 25 to 64, achieve post-secondary credentials by 2030. Not only does he want to see a

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