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Famous People Who Got Canceled On Twitter In 2021

You have probably heard of the cancellation culture but do not know what it means. Over the years, since a famous song in 1981 by Nile Rogers called “your love is canceled”, the term gained popularity and is even used in courts. Being canceled is the idea of being denied special rights as an individual due to something said, done, or written that other individuals or a group of people find offensive.…

Education, Marketing

Factors to Consider When Picking a Weighted Blanket

A thick blanket that employs some force to the individual taking it to relax the body when laid on it is often considered as a weighted blanket. Gravitational blankets have various health advantages, including helping individuals go to sleep quickly, reducing central brainy activities and calming them, boosting serotonin, and alleviating anxiety levels. A growing number of people use weighted blankets. In addition to the endorsements from superstars, physical therapists and psychiatrists are increasingly recommending them. However, due to an increase in the demand for blankets, companies have increased their production. To choose the best variant among the wide range of options, we should know the right factors.…

Education, Law, Marketing

Ways Social Media Is Shaping Political Campaigns

If you are keen enough, you will notice a lot of political campaigns are being redirected to social media. Here, politicians use their spaces or even hire influencers to ensure they reach a vast audience. With this in mind, supporters will also show positive reactions to the person they support compared to the opponent. This has both positive and negative effects on the political world.

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How Can Kids Learn English Easily?

Children are willing to learn the language, they do not need to be conscious mainly because they are still learning their mother tongue and the mechanisms for acquiring the language are still functioning. Unlike adults, children can imitate the pronunciation more easily and learn the rules by themselves.


The advantages of learning English at a young age

According to the British Council, children learn more easily through play-like activities; once they understand the game and enjoy it, they started to get the meaning of the language their parents or teachers use.


Second, it is easy to fit English in children’s daily routine. During first school years, programs tend to be more informal and little homework is sent.


Third, kids are more likely to have better pronunciation and understand better the language and English culture. When kids become teenagers, they find learning English like an obligation which leads them to feel bored and discouraged.


How to make the learning process easier

Nowadays, learning English process has changed a lot. There are a lot of online