In this new episode of our series An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain, we’re going to learn about the perceptive brain, how the senses really work and the incredible machine you and I have within our little skulls.
We will kick off our Odyssey with Leonidas and his 300, but we will then move all the way many years later and meet his grandson Alexios, who is a simple mercenary on the Island of Kephallonia. Let’s meet our hero in this spectacular odyssey in the first episode of English Plus The Odyssey Video Series.
In this episode of our series Great Mysteries, we’re going to talk about mysteries related to religion, myth and the supernatural. Faith, hope, and a bit of spookiness allow many mysteries to endure. These mystical places, people, and objects are legendary.
In today’s Word Power episode, we will talk about the art of Horace Pippin. There are many things in this life that we call art, and art does not take our understanding of any of the intricacies of color, light and shade, or the many different techniques there are in art, and that’s why art is truly for everyone. You might have heard of Da Vinci, Picasso, Monet and other great and famous painters, but in today’s Word Power episode, we will talk about one of the less talked about great painters of the twentieth century — we will talk about the art of Horace Pippin, and we will learn ten new words in the context of our story for today.
Welcome to English Plus Learning Video Series, The Last of Us Episode 1, All Is Lost. You will watch the first episode of The Last of Us Learning Video Series and you will learn a few words and expressions as you watch. What seemed to be a happy birthday night turned out to be full of horror, heartache, and loss.
People exercise to keep healthy. They exercise to lose weight or to stay fit. They exercise to make their muscles bigger and stronger. Maybe you play soccer or some other sport for exercise. Getting exercise can be fun and can make you feel good.
Exercise is a big part of staying physically fit. People who are physically fit are alert and full of energy. Exercise can also help people handle stress. Exercise is especially good for children, teens, and older persons.
Have you ever wondered what controls your body’s actions both voluntary and involuntary? The answer may sound a lot simpler than it looks, it’s your central nervous system along with your endocrine system. That’s what we will talk about in today’s episode of our series An Essential Guide to Your Body and Brain Episode 3 Body Control.