Deep in the lush forests, a symphony of songs can be heard from disparate birds. Each song signifies a way of interaction to support the wonders and peace of Mother Nature. All of a sudden, a crack in the air caused by a small silver bullet pierces the fragile body of a songbird. Continue reading Convincing mankind to free The Wild Birds, A Beautiful and Dying Race of Archaic Ancestry From The Global Trade.
Being a student is the easiest thing you can be, says our parents, but is it true? The life of a student is basically a time frame for a student to develop him or herself for the outside world. However, many students today tend to enjoy their student life, without knowing what is in store for them in the future. Some students are self-educated; does that mean they are weak? Continue reading “Students should be independent learners.” Do you agree?
There are several places to visit and things to do in Pahang, and this 36 thousand square kilometres of land would never send you back without total satisfaction. Continue reading Pahang’s 3 Peaks
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A reader of this blog recently asked for a post on idioms that are used in everyday English. This seemed like a reasonable request. After all, if you are going to make the effort to learn a set of English idioms, you want those idioms to be useful. The question, then, was how to decide which idioms to write about. There are a great number of idioms in the English language, but some are rarely used. Continue reading Are you a glass-half-full person? (Everyday Idioms) by Cambridge Dictionary
The day started as any other day, the sound of my alarm bell, the smell of dad’s cooking, the sun rising from its slumber. I wanted to continue the dream I had the night before, where I was fighting some unknown force in a battle of attrition, but my younger sister had other ideas. She gave me a tight slap. Continue reading A dream like no other.