As you all know, connected speech is a very important feature of the English language. I have happened to come across this wonderful song with clear examples such as: Picture perfect memories scattered all around the floor. It's a quater after one, I'm all alone and I need you now. I said I wouldn't call but I lost all control. It's quarter after one, I'm alittle drunk and I need you now. Now, listen carefully and then sing along. I'm sure you can do it!
Attitude problem?: Victor Kuppers at TEDxAndorralaVella "Life is like a game of cards. The hand you are dealt is determinism; the way you play is free will." Even though in Spanish, I really wanted you to listen to what he has to say: Never ever will we be able to change the hand we are dealt but we can ALWAYS choose our attitude, our ultimate freedom. So true!
Ordinary Day song by Great Big Sea (a group from Newfoundland, "Terranova") I'm free to be whatever I, whatever I choosesong by Oasis Unwritten song by Natasha Bedingfield "That's the attitude!", Ellen says to Michael J. Fox who talks about staying positive through Parkinson's, a disease he has been suffering from for 20 years but which hasn't prevented him from appearing on tv shows. One of them is The Good Wife in which he plays the role of Louis Canning, an opposing c…
Leonard Cohen on Federico García Lorca: The lyrics of the song "Take This Waltz" derive from Pequeño Vals Vienés (“Little Viennese Waltz”), a poem written in Spanish by Lorca. Compare: Take This Waltzlyrics Pequeño vals vienéspoem Your teacher's choice: