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Topic: Self-help books
Posted: Friday, October 5, 2012 2:11:19 PM
"The book includes some things that we already know but not bad to be reminded of them" I agree with you Jeans. Thank you asmo. I am curious already.
excaelis, unless we seperate what is the Divine and what is our ego. Religons are so united with history that it's really difficult to find the Divine in them. Mystic parts of them are still quite satisfying tough.
Topic: Self-help books
Posted: Thursday, October 4, 2012 2:04:07 AM
Thank you all for your recomendations.
Maillady, Thank you for the tip but, I don't think any divine book can be a self help book by itself.

Merve
Topic: Self-help books
Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 11:47:11 AM
Hi,
I am reading The road less travelled by Scott Peck. Not a bad book but it didn't inspire me much. What is the best self-help book have you ever read?
Thank you,
Merve
Topic: He is not much of a party bird.
Posted: Sunday, November 20, 2011 5:24:22 AM
Thank you all for your repilies. They weren't just informative but very fun to read at the same time.
Topic: He is not much of a party bird.
Posted: Saturday, November 19, 2011 1:00:41 PM
Hi all,
"He is not much of a party bird." Is this sentence too informal?
Can I use it in every context?
Can I use this structure in affirmative?
"He is much of a party bird?"
I made some sentences in this structure. Are they correct?
It is not much of a promise.
Don't trust him. He is not much of a man who keeps his promises.
She is not much of a friendly type.
They weren't much of welcoming.
Thank you


Topic: take a bus to../ Get on a bus to...
Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011 11:29:28 AM
IMcRout wrote:
I'd go to the hairdresser's. I don't trust those Turkish buses. Whistle

quote=IMcRout]I'd go to the hairdresser's. I don't trust those Turkish buses. Whistle [/quote]
Neither do I, because they are from Germany:)
Topic: take a bus to../ Get on a bus to...
Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011 11:23:00 AM
Thank you for all your help.
Topic: take a bus to../ Get on a bus to...
Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011 4:42:21 AM
Instead of going to her hairdresser she may prefer to get on a bus to a strange festival in a godforsaken place."
This sentence doesn't sound good to me. How can I make it a proper sentence?
Should I say 1-"take a bus to a strange festival in a godosaken place"
or 2-"get on a bus to a godforsaken place for a strange festival"
Thank you
Topic: when he faces a tough decision/ facing a tough decision
Posted: Monday, November 14, 2011 4:33:17 AM
Thank you.
Topic: I really get hard times to send a question or say thank you.
Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2011 3:51:25 PM
thank you for all your replies. They are vey informative as always. I really get hard times to send a question or say thank you. I have to send things a couple of times before I am finally able. What can be the reason? Sorry for my English:)