Friday, February 10, 2017
UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS in the US
(1) Keep with you AT ALL TIMES evidence that you have been present for at least two years.
(Ex. utility bills, receipts, Facebook posts, mail or any other documentation with your name going back two years)
(2)Be very careful of using pay stubs if you have used false documents or information to get your job, as those are prosecutable offenses.
(3)Keep this information at home so that it is accessible to someone who can help you. (photocopy at home.)
(4)Make sure you have a family plan in place to call for legal assistance if you fail to return home as usual. -
Inmigrantes indocumentados en los EU
(1) Mantenga con usted EN TODO MOMENTO evidencia de que ha estado presente al menos por dos años. (Ej. recibos de la utilidades, correspondencia, o cualquier otro documento con su nombre por los pasado dos años.)
(2)Tenga cuidado si usa los talonarios de pago de su trabajo.
(3)Mantenga una copia de esta info en su casa.
(4)Tenga un plan para contactar asistencia legal en caso de que usted no regrese a case como de costumbre.
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Saturday, January 28, 2017
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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
- Open Device Manager.
- Find Universal Serial Bus controllers section and expand it.
- Right click each driver named USB Root Hub and select Properties.
- Go to Power Management tab.
- Make sure that Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power is not checked. If it’s checked uncheck it. Click OK"
Fix: USB Not Working in Windows 10
Sunday, December 18, 2016
ESL Doctors Vocabulary List with Definitions
The following ESL doctors vocabulary will help you if you ever need to get medical help. It shows both American and British English.
- Accident and emergency - A department in a hospital to treat urgent cases. (British English) (noun)
- Ache - A pain that is often at a low level but constant, often in a joint. (noun)
- Allergy - A reaction to something that causes a rash or other symptoms, e.g. peanut allergy. (noun)
- Antibiotics - A type of medicine that is used to treat infections by bacteria. (noun)
- Appointment - The specific time and place of a meeting between people, e.g. with a doctor. (noun)
- Bacteria - Very small organisms that can cause illnesses. (noun)
- Bed rest - To stay in bed until better. (noun)
- Better - To have stopped being ill, to have recovered. (adjective)
- Casualty - A department in a hospital to treat urgent cases. (British English) (noun)
- Chemist - A place, or shop, where medicines are kept, prepared and sold. (British English) (noun)
- Cold - An illness of the nose and throat that is caused by a virus. (noun)
- Consulting room - The room where a doctor meets with patients in private. (noun)
- Cough - To empty the lungs of air quickly and often noisily. (verb)
- Cure - To make a person better when they have an illness. (verb)
- Cut - Damage to the skin, often not deep or serious. (noun)
- Dehydrated - To not have enough water in the body. (adjective)
- Diagnosis - To look at the patient's symptoms and decide what is wrong with them. (noun)
- Disease - Something that causes a person's health to be bad. (noun)
- Doctor - A person trained to treat ill people. (noun)
- Emergency room (ER) - A department in a hospital to treat urgent cases. (American English) (noun)
- Examine - The process of studying a patient to see what is wrong. (verb)
- Fever - To have a high temperature. (noun)
- Flu - A viral disease that causes a high temperature. (noun)
- Food poisoning - An infection in the stomach from eating food that was not properly prepared (often not cooked enough). (noun)
- General Practitioner (GP) - A doctor that works in a surgery in the local community and not a hospital. Is not a specialist in one area but can treat all illnesses. (noun)
- Headache - A pain in the head. (noun)
- Health - The concept of how a person's body is. (noun)
- Health center - A building where GPs and nurses work. (noun)
- Hospital - A place where patients go when they are too ill to stay at home so they can have 24 hour a day care. (noun)
- House call - When a doctor visits patients in their home rather than them going to see the doctor in the surgery. (noun)
- Ill - To have a disease or health problem. (adjective)
- Illness - Something that causes a person's health to be bad. (noun)
- Infection - When the body is being attacked by a bacteria, fungus or virus. (noun)
- Joint - Where two bones join and there is movement, e.g. elbow, knee, wrist. (noun)
- Medicine - Something to make an ill person better. (noun)
- Nurse - A person who looks after people who are ill. (noun)
- On-call - When a doctor has to be available to see patients, often at nighttime. (adjective)
- Patient - Someone who is being treated by a doctor or is in a hospital. (noun)
- Pharmacy - A place, or shop, where medicines are kept, prepared and sold. (noun)
- Poorly - To have a disease or health problem. (adjective)
- Practice - A local doctor's place of work. (noun)
- Prescription - A written note from a doctor saying what medicine is to be given to the patient. (noun)
- Rash - Red marks on the skin, often caused by an allergy. (noun)
- Receptionist - A person who answers telephones and makes appointments. (noun)
- Recover - To stop feeling ill. (verb)
- Refer - When a doctor sends a patient to see a different doctor, often a specialist. (verb)
- Registered - A person who is listed as being allowed to treat sick people. (adjective)
- Sneezing - To send air out of the nose often in a violent and loud way. (noun)
- Specialist - A doctor that only treats one type of illness or problem, e.g. heart specialist. (noun)
- Surgery (UK) - A building where a GP works and patients can visit them. (noun)
- Symptoms - The signs of an illness, e.g. fever, cough, sneezing. (noun)
- Test results - Detailed information about a patient's illness. (noun)
- Treat - To try to cure an illness. (verb)
- Treatment - What is done to try to make a person better. (noun)
- Unwell - To have a disease or health problem. (adjective)
- Virus - A very small organism that can cause illnesses. (noun)
- Vomit - To empty the stomach through the mouth. (verb)
- Waiting room - A room in a surgery or hospital where patients wait before seeing the doctor. (noun)
- Well - To not be ill. (adjective)
- Wheelchair - A chair with wheels used to move a person who is too ill to walk. (noun)
- Wound - Damage to the body, often a cut. (noun)
Friday, December 16, 2016
I found this ESL/Conversations in English lesson very useful, as it helps give the students the tools they need to better understand other English speakers, even on technical topics, but it's also helpful in daily life and travel.