No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows To Use ‘MooLoo’

Researchers Toilet-Trained Cows in Hopes of Reducing Their Greenhouse Gas Emissions Researchers in Germany have potty trained cows, all in the name of science Cows are smart. “Why shouldn’t they be able to learn how to use a toilet?” Turns out cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers. […]

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Amazon To Pay College Tuition, Books and Fees For U.S. Employees

Amazon’s more than 750,000 U.S. employees will soon be eligible to get a free college education with classes, books and additional fees covered. The e-commerce giant announced Thursday that it is expanding its education and skills training benefits to all hourly employees starting in January. Employees are eligible after 90 […]

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China Bans For-Profit Tutoring in Core Education

China has banned for-profit tutoring in core education to rein in the country’s private education industry and improve school-life balance for families. Dezan Shira & Associates experts suggest foreign-invested enterprises in for-profit tutoring in core education to stop engaging in such activities and change their registered scope accordingly. Foreign-invested enterprises […]

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National Grammar Day

National Grammar Day is observed in the United States on March 4. Designated in 2008, the National Grammar Day was established by Martha Brockenbrough, author of “Things That Make Us [Sic]” (2008) and founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar. Martha Brockenbrough: Martha Brockenbrough is an American […]

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TEFL And Teach English Online During The Corona Pandemic

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, students are in dire need of online EFL teachers. We’re doing our part to help by offering 10% off our TEFL courses and increased online job placement support. PROMO CODE: COVID

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American or British

Variations in spelling exist in English words. In Great Britain and Canada, some words have spellings that differ from American spellings. Readers of books by British and Canadian publishers will note these differences. Some confusion may arise depending on the writer’s experience with these variant spellings. Many nouns that in […]

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What Types of English Teaching Jobs Are There?

If you don’t know a lot about the TEFL industry you could be forgiven for having quite a narrow idea of the opportunities available to EFL teachers. Maybe you think that most people who TEFL are young university graduates who go abroad to teach children in schools, but this is […]

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‘Capitol’ or ‘Capital’

Explaining the difference What to Know: Capitol has a rather narrow meaning referring to a building or group of buildings in which a legislative body meets and performs the functions of government. Capital has a wide range of meanings: as an adjective, it can mean “important,” “relating to the seat […]

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The 7 Steps of Hand Washing

Hand washing is vital no matter where you work – from offices and shops to hotels and hospitals. It carries even greater importance in some settings, such as healthcare and hospitality. You need to ensure your hands are clean to prevent food poisoning or infections from harming other people. Washing […]

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Anti-Plagiarism Tool

Google has announced the launch of a new tool aimed at detecting when students submit work that is not their own, thrusting itself into long-running debates over how to root out plagiarism while also protecting students’ privacy and teaching them how to responsibly cite others’ work. “We realized we had […]

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