Podcasts This Week (May 9, 2011)

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ON MONDAY
ESL Podcast 684 – Asking for Information About a Coworker

In the Learning Guide: Get a full transcript (written version of every word you hear), vocabulary list and sample sentences, and comprehension questions.
In “What Else Does it Mean,” learn the other meanings of “to fill (someone) in” and “to catch (someone) up.”
In the “Culture Note,” learn about “The Employee Information a Company Keeps.”
“Businesses keep electronic and paper “files” (groups of related information stored together) about their employees. Those files include basic “contact information” such as address, telephone number, and email address, but they also include…” – READ MORE in the Learning Guide

ON WEDNESDAY
English Cafe 293

Topics: Famous Americans: Al Capone; The U.S. Military Academy at West Point; to crash versus to shatter versus to smash; how about you? versus what about you?; bite me

In the Learning Guide:  Get a full transcript (written version of every word you hear).
In “What Insiders Know,” you will read about “Famous College Dropouts: Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.”
“Many people see graduating college as a way to improve their “job prospects” (the possibility of getting a job and the quality of job offers) or as a first step to a successful career…” – READ MORE in the Learning Guide

ON FRIDAY
ESL Podcast 685 – Getting Feedback on Writing

In the Learning Guide: Get a full transcript (written version of every word you hear), vocabulary list and sample sentences, and comprehension questions.
In “What Else Does it Mean,” learn the other meanings of “comment” and “margin.”
In the “Culture Note,” learn about “Extra Help for College/University Students.”
“When university students don’t understand a “concept” (idea) or are not doing well in a particular course, they can get “extra” (additional) help in many ways. University professors are required to have “office hours”…” – READ MORE in the Learning Guide

Canadian Pharmacists Association

The Canadian Pharmacists Association, previously known as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association, was founded in 1907 in Toronto, Ontario. CPhA is the national voice of Pharmacists in Canada, representing pharmacists practising in various fields of pharmacy in community, hospital, academia, government and corporate settings, plus pharmacy students. Its mission is advancing the health and well-being of Canadians through excellence in pharmacist care. In 2014 CPhA adopted a new governance and membership model, most provincial pharmacy advocacy associations (PPAs) and select national pharmacist associations (NPAs) have become Organizational Members of CPhA. Their individual pharmacist and pharmacy student members are now CPhA Associates. The CPhA Board of Directors is made up of representatives appointed by each Organizational Member. The Board of Directors is responsible for setting the broad direction of the association.

Americans importing viagra from Canadian pharmacy online, at the very least to cut down on their prescriptions, and sometimes cases even to afford life-saving drugs. But I’ve seen these bills before and FDA is always behind their failure – but what about this time?

Canadian Pharmacists Association

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One Response to Podcasts This Week (May 9, 2011)

  1. Sergio says:

    The name of a friend of mine is Alfredo M. The name of his son is Alfredo M. His father too is Alfredo M.
    He has got many male cousins among the prolific relatives: do you want to guess which is their name? Obvioulsy… Alfredo M.!
    I don’t know how many Alfredo M. there are all around the world. But that’s why they are from south Italy – like Al capone, although they are really honest people – and a free choice today too is no possible, if you don’t want to make angry all the tribe where you live…
    It’s the same reason about a name like “Alfonso” I guess.
    Bye.
    Sergio

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