monday



May 19th
This weeks theme is Relationships!
Monday
Do you date in SL?
Are these realtionships real?
What lines do you use?
After chatting someone up where would you take them?
What would you do?
Have you ever been 'collared'?
What and where are the most romantic places in SL?
Weddings? Babies? How far do you go?

Reading:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18139090/wid/11915829
Is a virtual affair real world infidelity?

Dictionary:
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=66631&dict=CALD
Learning vocabulary-word families. Also look at the top 40 words list.

2 comments:

Bill Chapman said...

Your title made me think at first that you offer Esperanto lessons. Good luck to you, but I wish you didn't use the term International Language to refer to English.

I am not sure that English is as widespread or useful as people claim. I would like to argue the case for Esperanto as the international language.
It is a planned language which belongs to no one country or group of states. Take a look at www.esperanto.net

Esperanto works! I've used it in speech and writing in a dozen countries over recent years.
Indeed, the language has some remarkable practical benefits. Personally, I've made friends around the world through Esperanto that I would never have been able to communicate with otherwise. And then there's the Pasporta Servo , which provides free lodging and local information to Esperanto-speaking travellers in over 90 countries.

No doubt there is an Esperanto presence in SL.

Goodday Tomorrow said...

Yes, I agree, I now feel I should have used English Language Lessons-I used International to refer to offering other languages as well.
Without doubt Esperanto is a good idea; I only wish its time had come....