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คำศัพท์ภาษาอังกฤษที่เราเจอกันในมหาวิทยาลัย เช่น เกรด A B C D F รวมถึงตัวย่อต่าง ๆ ใน Transcript และวลีที่สามารถนำไปใช้ได้ ได้แก่ StraightA student แปลว่า นักศึกษาที่ได้ A ล้วน, EasyA class แปลว่า วิชาที่ได้เกรด A ง่าย บอกเลยว่าบางคำหลายคนก็สับสน อย่างคำว่า Enroll กับ Enrol คำไหนใช้ได้ในประเทศอังกฤษ คำไหนใช้ได้ในอเมริกา
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Pronunciation of Enroll | Definition of Enroll
Enroll pronunciation | How to pronounce Enroll in English?
Meaning of Enroll | What is Enroll?
(verb) register formally as a participant or member
What is Enroll | Enroll meaning and definition?
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University English: Expressions and Vocabulary
Interested in college or university? In this fun lesson, you’ll learn common expressions to talk about studying in university. You’ll learn vocabulary by hearing a story about a student’s reallife experience in university. Even if you’re not going to university, you’ll often hear these English expressions in movies and on television. These terms are also really important to learn if you’re going to be taking the IELTS or TOEFL. Don’t miss out on this conversational lesson, so that you can talk about university life just like a native English speaker! Afterwards, you can practice your new vocabulary by taking the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/universityenglishexpressionsvocabulary/
Hello. My name is Emma, and in today’s video, I am going to teach you some very, very useful verbs we use when we talk about university. Okay? So if you’re going to university, if you’re taking the TOEFL test or the IELTS test, these words are very, very important, because they’re very common and we use them all the time.
So, to teach you these verbs, I’ve decided to tell you a true story about a friend of mine. My friend’s name is Paul, and I’m going to tell you all about his university experience. While I tell you this story, it can help you if you imagine it in your head. Whenever you’re learning new vocabulary, the more you can visualize or make a mental picture of the words you’re learning, the easier it will be to remember them. Okay? And, if my friend, Paul, is watching this, I’m sorry, Paul. I’m telling some stories about you, maybe a little personal, so I apologize in advance.
Okay, so let’s get started about Paul’s life and problems at university. All right, so the first verb I’m going to teach you is “enroll”. “Enroll” or “sign up for”. These mean the same thing and it’s where… When you decide to go to university, you enroll in a class or you enroll in multiple classes. Paul enrolled in four classes. The class we’re going to be focused on, though, is Psychology 100. Paul enrolls in Psychology 100. Okay? I can also say: “Paul signs up for Psychology 100.” So this means he’s decided to take Psychology 100, and he’s told the university, so now he’s in the class. He’s enrolled.
So, Paul, at first, was a very good student. He studied very hard. Okay? If you study hard, it means you “hit the books”. “Hit the books” means “study hard”. So, after Paul enrolled in Psych 100, Paul hit the books. Every night he went, he opened his book, and he studied. He hit the books.
Then, the professor, the prof “hands out the assignment”. So this means the professor of Psych 100, he gave Paul an assignment. “Here, Paul, I want you to write this essay.” Okay? So the prof hands out an assignment. Okay? So the prof gives you work.
So, after the prof hands out the assignment, Paul is very stressed. You know, he can’t think about the assignment, he’s too stressed out about it, so he ends up partying, he, you know, has fun. And then the assignment comes due, which means he has to give the assignment in, imagine on a Thursday. The night before the assignment is due, Paul decides to “pull an allnighter”. “Pull an allnighter” means you stay up all night to finish something. So, for Paul, he did not have his assignment ready. It was not completed, so in order to get it finished, Paul stayed up all night working on it. So, at 3am, Paul was working at his… On his assignment. At 6am, Paul was working on his assignment. Well, Paul finished his assignment because he pulled an allnighter.
So the next day, he goes to class, and guess what he does? He has his assignment, he’s very happy he’s finished, he “hands in his assignment”. So Paul gives his assignment to the professor. Paul hands in his assignment. We can also use the word “paper”. “Paper” is another word for “essay”. So, in Psych 100, Paul had to write an essay. We can say: “Paul wrote a paper”, and he handed it in.
So, if you… If we go back a couple steps, the professor hands out something.
Medicare Enrollment: How to Enroll in Medicare the Easy Way
Medicare Enrollment: How to Enroll in Medicare the Easy Way
Understanding Medicare and enrolling in coverage is easier than you might think.
I’m Russell Noga, independent agent and owner of Medisupps.com and I’ll show you the easiest way to enroll in Medicare as well as cover additional options that you might want to consider once you’re enrolled.
Welcome to our New to Medicare video. Here I’ll be discussing the differences between the various parts of Medicare and how and when to enroll so you don’t miss any deadlines.
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Remember Medicare begins the first day of the month you turn age 65. If you are born on the first of the month, it begins the previous month of the month you turn 65. So when you do turn 65, if you’ve worked approximately 10 years in the United States and you’ve paid into the system, you’re eligible for both Part A and Part B Medicare. Or if you’re under age 65 you’ve been on Social Security disability for 24 months you also may be eligible.
Now here are the different ways to enroll in Medicare. If you are drawing a Social Security check when turning age 65 you’ll automatically be enrolled in both Part A and Part B Medicare. Medicare will send your card in the mail about three months prior to you turning 65.
If you do not want Medicare Part B at that time, for example you’re still working getting employer benefits you’ll want to fill out the card they provide and send it back to them and optout. Otherwise you will be enrolled in both Part A and Part B. Now then you can enroll in a Medicare Supplement Plan as well as a drug plan if you prefer.
To learn about those plans, now, just give me a call at 5124027902.
Now if you are still employed and receiving health benefits from your employer and you don’t wish to have Part B at this time then just let them know when you’re enrolling Part A. Remember there is a monthly premium you’ll have to pay for Part B so you’ll want to avoid this as long as possible if you still get employer benefits.
So that’s how to enroll in Medicare. Now to enroll in a Medicare Supplement Plan just give me a call direct at 5124027902.
Let’s talk a little bit though about what Medicare covers exactly.
You have “Parts” when it comes to basic Medicare but when we’re talking about Medicare Supplement Plans we have actually plan letters. So let’s start with the “Parts” of original Medicare which are Part A and B. There is also Part D which is a Drug Plan. Another thing is Medicare Part C, which is an advantage plan which we’ll talk about later.
Medicare Parts A and B are what’s called Original Medicare. Part A covers hospitalization and Part B covers doctor’s services. So what you’ll hopefully be using the most is just Part B for doctor’s appointments or anything outpatient.
Now there is no premium for Medicare Part A again that covers hospitalization. But you’ve paid that through employers’ taxes throughout the years.
Medicare Part B however, does have a monthly premium and it’s based on your income levels. That premium starts at $135.50 a month and can be paid quarterly if you’re not drawing a check or if you are drawing a Social Security check it would deduct monthly.
Now as I mentioned Medicare Part B covers doctor’s services however it does not start paying until a deductible is met. This is called the annual Part B deductible and it’s onceperyear.
Part A has a deductible but it’s paid by most of the Medicare Supplement Plans.
After the Part B Deductible is paid Medicare Part B will pay 80% of your Medical bills. Now you are responsible for paying the remaining 20%. Now this is called “coinsurance”.
So these deductibles, as well as coinsurance, are called the “gaps” in Medicare. That just means the expenses that you’re required to pay. That’s actually where the term Medigap comes from. Now, the Medigap Plan and Medicare Supplement Plan are the same things.
You have Medicare Part A and B which cover hospitalization and doctor’s services also known as Original Medicare. Because Part A and B do not cover everything, they have what’s called “gaps” or expenses that you are required to pay.
Part A and B also do not cover prescription drug coverage so if you do need that you’ll need to enroll in what’s called a Part D Drug Plan.
Again I can be reached at 5124027902 so call now and we’ll get you in the best spot with all your Medicare coverage.
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Prepositions – Part 1 (by, in) ภาษาอังกฤษ ม.1-6
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มาทำความรู้จักกับ Prepositions ให้ลึกมากขึ้น โดยเริ่มจากตัว by และ in กันก่อน (แล้ว Propositions ตัวอื่น ๆ จะทยอยตามมาในตอนถัดไป) ในตอนนี้ครูคริสแยกมาให้แล้วว่า by กับ in สามารถใช้ได้ในกรณีใดบ้าง พร้อมตัวอย่างประโยคมากมายที่อยากให้ดูและฝึกพูดตามกัน แล้วอย่าลืมเอาไปใช้ให้ถูกต้องด้วย เพราะ by ไม่ได้แปลว่า “โดย” เพียงอย่างเดียว และ in ก็ไม่ได้แปลว่า “ใน” เสมอไป แต่จะแปลว่าอะไรได้บ้างและควรนำไปใช้ในสถานการณ์ไหน ต้องมาดูกัน และที่ขาดไม่ได้ก็คือ มุกตลกของครูคริสที่นำมาจากสถานการณ์จริงของคนไทยที่พูดกับฝรั่งแล้วเกิดเข้าใจผิดกันขึ้นจริง ๆ บางคำ เราเองก็เพิ่งรู้เหมือนกันนะ เรียกได้ว่า ดูไปขำกันไปตลอดตอนเลยทีเดียว
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I discovered this crucial information halfway through sophomore year. And without it, I don’t think I would’ve been accepted to my dream school, Princeton.
Now, if you’re at all like me, you’ve spent hours on the College Confidential forum, watching YouTube videos like this one, and spamming your college guidance counselors, teachers, and parents with questions about college admissions and things like that.
This year, there were 31,056 people who applied to Princeton. Of those, 12,435 had a perfect GPA, and 13,800 of them had a 1400 or above on the SAT. That means that roughly 45% of Princeton’s applicant pool was completely qualified to get in. Yet, only 6.1% got the golden ticket. So how do admissions officers determine which 14% of awesome applicants to let in, and which 86% to reject?
You’re probably thinking “Do as many extracurriculars as you can, sign up for all of that volunteer work, you know you can do it.” And honestly, I can’t blame you. I’m sure that’s the advice your guidance counselors, parents, younger sisters, and goldfish have been telling you all this time.
Well… colleges don’t care how many random activities you can slap on your application. When going through their applicant pools, admissions officers at top colleges don’t really look for wellrounded students; they look more for a wellrounded class. That means xmany jazz musicians, xmany lacrosse players, xmany public speakers, you get it.
How do you develop a passion? Let me take you back to sophomore year. I was involved in theatre, my school’s a capella group, mock trial, track, I was volunteering in a soup kitchen, I was part of China club, and I was studying both Spanish and Chinese. I wrote down all of my extracurriculars on a piece of paper and tried to divide them into two distinct passions. The two that I came up with were performance and study of Chinese culture.
I completely dropped track and I stopped volunteering at the soup kitchen. I dropped track junior year and instead became more heavily involved in theatre, and I even joined the school’s theater board. Instead of volunteering at the soup kitchen, I actually started my own community service club at my school, where student musicians could go out to our local city and perform on the street to raise awareness and funds for a local charity. I dropped Spanish and focused fully on my study of Mandarin Chinese. With the help of my Mandarin teacher, I was able to study abroad in China for a month. In the summer after junior year, I got an internship at a translation and globalization company with a lot of clients in China, and I was able to talk about that in my essays as well.
You have to take an honest look at what you’re doing and how you’re spending your time, and then cut down certain things, so you’re only focusing on one or two specific areas.
Because I took the time to do that, the admissions officer who was reading my application didn’t just see a kid with great scores that was signing up for a bunch of clubs simply to get into x, y, or z school. What they saw was a student who had multiple interests and was willing to pursue them at a very deep level.
Come up with one or two things that you actually really do enjoy. And brainstorm extracurricular activities based on those interests. Literally anything can be a passion you just have to be creative.
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