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5 minutes ago
Business leaders reflect on one conversation that became a turning point in their career, why this was so important to them and what followed. Their pivotal moment. We are passionate about the art of conversation and also the value of sharing stories to encourage others to build relationships. It can be invaluable for an aspiring entrepreneur to hear the journey of industry professionals to help shape their own path to success. We love conversations, so are incredibly excited to see where each episode will take us, and hopefully it will be a fun experience! Guests include an Actor, an OBE and someone with over a million followers! Inclusive of all walks of life who range from coaches, marketing, operations, sales, broadcasting and training. There's something for everyone. Get in touch if you have a pivotal moment story to share on the show.

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7 minutes ago
Aujourd’hui, nous allons conjuguer l'auxiliaire « être » en anglais, et nous allons apprendre à exprimer nos sentiments. Mon invité du jour est américain, il s’appelle Patrick!  1.              Révisions: -       Hello, see you soon and goodbye! (Bonjour, à bientôt et au revoir!)-       Thank you and You are welcome (Merci et de rien)-       What is your name? (Comment tu t’appelles? ou Comment vous appelez-vous?) -       The rain and the sun (La pluie et le soleil)-       Please (S’il te plait ou S’il vous plaît)2-    To be or not to be – Être ou ne pas Être: Comme en français, l’auxiliaire « to be » sert  à compléter un verbe, un nom ou un adjectif. Par exemple : VERBE: I am eating – (Je mange) Le verbe « to eat » peut être utilisé seul dans une phraseAUXILIAIRE: I am – (Je suis) L’auxiliaire “to be” doit être suivi par: qui, quoi, comment, etc…❗️I'm Patrick / I'm a man / I'm American, etc….. La langue anglaise compte deux auxiliaires : « TO BE » (être) et « To HAVE » (avoir), mais pour aujourd’hui, nous nous concentrerons sur l’auxiliaire ÊTRE. Conjuguons « To be » au présent:I am - Je suisYou are - Tu esHe is - Il estshe is - Elle estIt is – c’estWe are - Nous sommesYou are - Vous êtesThey are - Ils / elles sont NOTE: Nous devons nous familiariser avec les pronoms afin d’apprendre à conjuguer les verbes: I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They Maintenant, ajoutons « To be » à ces pronoms:I amYou areHe isShe is It isWe areYou areThey are3-    Les sentiments (feelings)Comme en français, les sentiments sont généralement associés avec l’auxiliaire « être”How are you? – Comment allez-vous?I am fine – ça vaI am doing well – Je vais bienI am not doing well – Je ne vais pas bien 😁 I am happy - Je suis heureux / heureuse (M/F)😢 You are sad - Tu es triste (M/F)😡 He is mad - Il est en colère (M)She is mad – Elle est en colère (F)😳 We are surprised – Nous sommes surpris (M/F)🥰 They are in love - Ils sont amoureux / amoureuses (M/F)4- Les états de santé (health) Les états de santé sont également exprimés avec l’auxiliaire « être » :😊 I am in good health - Je suis en bonne santé (M/F)🤒 You are sick - Tu es malade (M/F)🥱 He is tired - Il est fatigué (M)She is tired - Elle est fatiguée (F) Avant de terminer cette leçon, passons en revue ce que nous avons appris aujourd’hui:Good morning!HelloWhat's your name?My name is Cathy. What's your name?My name is PatrickDo you like the rain?No, the rain is cold. I like the sun, the sun is hot.How are you doing? I'm fine, thank you. I'm healthy, I'm happy and I'm in love. How about you? How are you?I am not well. I am sick, I am tired, and I am sad.I am surprised! Goodbye and see you soon.Thank you, goodbye. 😁Voilà, c’est tout pour aujourd’hui!!!! That’s all for today!📬Si vous avez des questions, n' hésitatez pas à me contact à: Bbunclody@gmail.comAu revoir, Et à bientôt! Au revoir Patrick!--------------------Credits:-       🎶 Music: Parting Glass - Audionautix-       🎙Voice: Patrick Madden-       🖼..Images: Pixabay

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8 minutes ago
I just listened to Morbid for the first time (must have been living under a rock). It reminds me of an American version of Red Handed. Highly recommend for those who like the comedy / narrative genre

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21 minutes ago
For nearly 10 years, Will Mellor and Ralf Little were the voice of a generation – notorious for pushing the boundaries of acceptable humour on British TV. After multiple failed attempts to reunite them, the boys are finally back! Join Will and Ralf as they chat sh*t to each other, to fellow celebs and to guests with fascinating stories to tell...all over two pints and a helping of bar snacks. (For legal purposes our lovely lawyers want us to point out this podcast is in no way related to a former BBC TV show of a similar name.)Thanks for listening.

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23 minutes ago
I've been following Yuri since 2013 and all I can say is that Yuri is the real deal! In a world with so much noise, Yuri cuts through the chase and provides amazing value and insights...every single time! It's so refreshing to see someone who actually walks the talk and shares his experience and knowledge in such an authentic way. Highly recommend this podcast!

26 minutes ago
Edición de fin de semana especial de DIÁLOGOS 3, programa de Radio 3 [RNE], apresentado e dirixido por Ramón Trecet. Nesta ocasión rescatamos un especial adicado a biografía da banda de Oregón NIGHTNOISE, emitido un 07/08/1991 en Radio 3 [RNE]. O audio foi dixitalizado dunha gravación caseira en cinta de casete, procedente do aquivo sonoro de O Pequeno Monstro [Rádio FilispiM]. Máis info en: http://pequenosmonstros.blogspot.com

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31 minutes ago
Unbound 6 Yellow Jacket "Every year climbers come, and a few are left behind. Some are tipped into ravines, but many lie where they fall." A team of three men is on a mission to find a lost body in the snow. There's a lot at stake for one of them and danger is everywhere. Set in the Himalayas and with a cast of unforgettable characters, this heart-racing and deeply moving story will keep you gripped from the start. Written by award-winning author Alex Dawes and read by Mark Sangster. Part of the Unbound series of audio stories designed to build up into your own virtual bookshelf. Find the whole series here: https://soundcloud.com/user-986948053/sets/unbound Made in London by Tempest Productions www.tempestproductions.net Yellow Jacket was the winner of the 2020 Exeter Story Prize. More details of the prize can be found here: http://www.creativewritingmatters.co.uk/

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36 minutes ago
Raiders announcer and VSiN Managing Editor Brent Musburger and Rich discuss the passing of broadcaster and former NFL DB Irv Cross, what Cross brought professionally and personally to the groundbreaking ‘NFL Today’ pre-game show, why he’d take Derek Carr over Deshaun Watson as the Raiders’ starting QB next season,  NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah and Rich discuss why GPS data could make the 40-yard dash obsolete when evaluating NFL Draft prospects, the market for a potential Russell Wilson trade, the Jets plans at QB, why Mac Jones would be a great fit with the Saints, Alex Smith’s NFL future, and why he was surprised JJ Watt chose to sign with the Cardinals.   Rich wraps up the hour debating Chris Brockman about the merits of the Patriots signing free agent-to-be Alex Smith. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices