Spectator selects a card from a borrowed, shuffled deck.
Through a series of questions in which the spectator merely answers “yes” you are able to divine the thought of card!For example... More > you ask " Is your Card red?" The spec says YES. "is your card black?" & Using a sneaky technique you will know which answer is a LIE!!!
This is a great opening effect in a Body Language Style Routine.
Also includes alternative ending in where you influence the spectator to say stop on their own card.< Less
Pocket ESP pins is a mental effect that will rocket your self confidence and magic! It is self working and with just three pins you will be able to pluck the thought from a spectators mind and devine... More > which colour or colours they chose! The props are simply and normal, there is no set up, there is no force, there is nothing to hide in fact the spectator handles all the props and without suspicion picks any pin they want! This has to be smack in the face mentalism!
Better still it's FREE to download at present!< Less
It is our pleasure to publish six selected papers that have comprehensively and usefully examined a range of ESP-related topics ranging from vocabulary comprehension and learning , literature review... More > of validity arguments of IELTS’s listening modules , a genre analysis of the introductions in Civil Engineering research articles, effectiveness evaluation of a workshop on teleconferencing, a cross-disciplinary genre analysis of the methods section in research articles (Matthew Peacock), to a comparative survey study of the attitudes of both students and teachers towards English for specific purposes (ESP) and English for general purposes (EGP)< Less
The teaching of Business English has had a history of over 50 years in China. A milestone event in its history was the accreditation of the Business English program at the University of International... More > Business and Economics as an undergraduate program by the Ministry of Education of China in 2007. By the end of 2010, 15 institutions of higher learning in China have won approval to operate their Business English program.
The booming of Business English in China has come in response to the need of China’s socio-economic development, the reform of English education in China, and the advances in research for business discourse and English for specific purposes. While China’s economy is increasingly globalized, there arises the demand for a large number of talents well-attuned to international business and adept at intercultural communication.< Less