តើ ទម្រង់ 5Ws និង1H មានសារៈសំខាន់អ្វីខ្លះសម្រាប់យើង?


តើ 5ws and 1H មានសារៈសំខាន់អ្វីខ្លះសម្រាប់យើង?

ខាងក្រោមនេះយើងនឹងធ្វើការបង្ហាញថាតើទម្រង់សំណួរ 5Ws និង 1H មានសារៈ​សំខាន់​អ្វីខ្លះ? ហេតុអ្វីបានជាយើងចាំបាច់ប្រើវា? តើយើងត្រូវប្រើវានៅពេលណា?

១. តើអ្វីទៅជាទម្រង់ 5Ws និង 1H?

    ទម្រង់ 5Ws និង 1H គឺជាមធ្យោបាយមួយសម្រាប់ឲ្យយើងអាចមានភាពងាយស្រួលក្នុងការ​បង្ហាញពី​​​​អ្វីមួយដល់អ្នកអាន។ ម្យ៉ាងទៀតវាមានភាពងាយក្នុងការធ្វើឲ្យអត្ថរបស់យើងវា ខ្លី ខ្លឹម និងមានន័យ (Short, Sharp, and Sweet)។​ ជាងនេះទៅទៀត យើងអាចនិយាយបានថា  ទម្រង់ 5Ws and 1H គឺជាផែនទីដើម្បីបង្ហាញអំពីទីកន្លែង ឬព្រឹត្តិការណ៍មួយឲ្យមនុស្សទូទៅងាយយល់ និង ចាប់បានអំពីអត្ថន័យដែលយើងចង់ប្រាប់ទៅពួកគេ។

២. តើទម្រង់ 5Ws and 1H មានអ្វីខ្លះ? តើយើងប្រើវាយ៉ាងដូចម្តេច?

    ក. What ?  យើងអាចសួរបានច្រើនយ៉ាងដូចជា៖ តើអ្វីដែលបានកើតឡើង? តើអ្វីដែល​បង្ករ​ឲ្យរឿងនេះកើតឡើង?

    ខ.​ Where?  យើងអាចសួរបានដូចជា៖ តើអ្វីរឿងនោះកើតឡើងនៅឯណាដែរ?

    គ. When? ​យើងអាចសួរបានដូចជា៖ តើរឿងនោះបានកើតឡើងនៅពេលណាដែរ?

    ឃ. Who? យើងអាចសួរបានច្រើនយ៉ាងដូចជា៖ តើអ្នកណាជាអ្នកប្រព្រឹត្ត ឬជាអ្នក​បង្ករ​ឡើង? តើអ្នកណាខ្លះទទួលរងគ្រោះថ្នាក់ខ្លះនៅក្នុងព្រឹត្តការណ៍នេះ?

    ង. Why? យើងអាចសួរបានដូចជា៖ តើហេតុអ្វីដែលបណ្តាលឲ្យរឿងនេះកើតឡើង?

    ច. How? យើងអាចសួរបានដូចជា៖ តើរឿងនេះបានកើតឡើងយ៉ាងដូចម្តេចដែរ?

    ជាទូទៅ​ នៅក្នុងការសរសេរអ្ថបទ ឬការធ្វើបទបង្ហាញនានា យើងចាំបាច់ត្រូវតែ​ប្រើទម្រង់​5Ws និង1H នេះដើម្បីធ្វើឲ្យអត្ថទរបស់យើង និងបទបង្ហាញរបស់យើងមានន័យពេញលេញ​ និងងាយ​យល់។ និយាយរួមមក 5Ws និង1H មានតួនាទីក្នុងការធ្វើឲ្យអត្ថបទ​យើងមាន​ន័យ​គ្រប់គ្រាន់ ងាយយល់ និងងាយសរសេរ។  DK Khmer Hearty

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ចំនុចពិសេសៗមួយចំនួនដែលអ្នកគួរ ប្រព្រឹត្ត ដើម្បីក្លាយ

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វាពិតជាពិបាកណាស់ក្នុងការធ្វើបំពេញចិត្តមនុស្សម្នាក់ៗ ប៉ុន្តែទោះជាយ៉ាងណា​យើង ត្រូវ​ តែ ធ្វើព្រោះនាងជាមនុស្សដែលយើងស្រលាញ់។ ចំនុចមួយចំនួនខាងក្រោមនេះ ប្រហែល ជាមិនមែនជារូបមន្តពិសេសដើម្បីធ្វើឲ្យនារីចូលចិត្តនោះទេ។ វាគ្រាន់តែជាចំនុចមួយចំនួន ដែល មនុស្សប្រុសមួយចំនួនបានមើលរំលង ឬគិតថាវាមិនសំខាន់។ នៅអត្ថបទក្រោយយើង នឹង បង្ហាញ អំពីចំនុចដែលមិនគួប្រព្រឹត្តវិញម្តង។  សូមកុំភ្លេចតាមដានបន្តទៀតណា?

        ១. ជា មនុស្ស សុភាព រៀបសារ ដោយ មាន ការ យក ចិត្ត ទុក ដាក់ និង ជា មនុស្ស ដែល ប៉ិន កំប៉្លុក កំប៉្លែង​ ព្រោះ ថា ស្រីៗ តែង តែ ត្រូវ ការ ការសើច សប្បាយ ផង ដែរ។

          ២. កុំ ព្យាយាម យក ចិត្ត មនុស្ស ស្រី ដែល ជា មិត្ត ស្រី របស់ យើង ខ្លាំង ពេក ព្រោះ ថា ស្រីៗ​ មិន​ចូល​ ចិត្ត ឬ គេ នឹង ​គិត ថា វា គ្រាន់ តែ ជា សំ​បក ក្រៅ តែ​ប៉ុណ្ណោះ ។​ វា មិនមែន ជា ការ​ ពិត ដែល ចេញ ពី បេះដូង នោះ ទទេ ។ ប៉ុន្តែមានមនុស្សស្រីមួយចំនួន ក៏ចង់បានឲ្យអ្នកយកព្យាយាម យកចិត្ត នាង បន្តិចប្តួចដែរ តែមិនជ្រុលពេកនោះទេ។

          ៣.​ ប្រសិនបើនៅពេលដែលនាងគិតថាអ្នកកំពុងតែកុហកនាងឬគិតថាអ្នកកំពុង​តែ​មាន​​​អ្នកថ្មីនោះ សូមអ្នកចាប់ផ្តើមរំលឹកនាង អំពីក្តីស្រលាញ់ ដ៏ធំធេង ដែលអ្នកមានចំពោះនាង។ ធ្វើ​អ្វីៗដែលមើលទៅគួរឲ្យស្រលាញ់ និងល្អៗឲ្យបានច្រើដើម្បីបង្ហាញថានាងពិតជាមានន័យ​ខ្លាំង​ចំពោះអ្នក។

៤.​  គួរ​ តែ ឲ្យ​ នាង លេង សក់ របស់ អ្នក ទោះ បី​ ជា​នាង នឹង ធ្វើ ឲ្យ សក់ របស់ អ្នក មាន ភាព រ​ញ៉េរ​ញ៉ៃ។ កុំ ធ្វើ ដូច ជា មាន រឿង ធំ គ្រាន់ តែ នាង លេង សក់ របស់ អ្នក ប៉ុណ្ណឹង បើ មិន ដូច្នេះ​ ទេ ប្រាកដ ណាស់ ថា នាង នឹង មាន អារម្មណ៍ មិន ល្អ ចំពោះ អ្នក មិន ខាន។ នាង នឹង មាន អារម្មណ៍ ថា នាង នឹង មាន ហ៊ាន ប៉ះសក់ របស់ អ្នក ទៀត ទេ ឬ​នាង នឹង មាន អារម្មណ៍ ថា មិន មាន សេចក្តី សុខ ទេ​ពេល នៅ​ក្បែរ អ្នក។ ខ្ញុំ​ជឿថា អ្នកពិត​ជាមិន​ចង់ឲ្យ​នាង​គិត ​បែប នេះ ទេ មែនទេ?

៥.​ សូមស្តាប់នូវបទចម្រៀង​របស់នាង​សិនមុន​ពេលដែល​អ្នកសម្រេច​ចិត្តថា​មិនចូល ចិត្តនោះទេ ទោះបីថារឿងនោះអ្នកមិន ដែលបានយក ចិត្តទុក ដាក់ ពីមុនមកក៏ដោយ។ នៅពេល បន្តបន្ទាប់ប្រសិនបើអ្នកនៅតែមិនអាចចូលចិត្ត ឬមិនអាចសម្របបាន សូមព្យាយាម​ប្រាប់​នាង ដោយកាយវិកា និងពាក្យសម្តី ទន់ភ្លន់ជាសុភាពបុរសថាលោកមានចំរៀងជាច្រើន ដែលគួរ​ឲ្យ​ ចាប់អារម្មណ៍ជាងនេះទៀត។

៦. មិនត្រូវចាប់អារម្មណ៍ខ្លាំងជាមួយរឿងពីអតីតកាលរបស់នាងពេកទេ។ គួរតែយក ចិត្ត ទុកដាក់ជាមួយរឿងរ៉ាវនាពេលបច្ចុប្បន្ន ជារឿងដែល សំខាន់ វិញព្រោះថាពេលនេះនាងជា របស់អ្នក។

៧. ជ្រើសរើសពាក្យសម្តីរបស់អ្នកសម្រាប់និយាយ។ មិនត្រូវប្រើពាក្យដដែលៗដូជា អូនស្អាត ឬអូនជាមនុស្សដែលទាក់ទាញនោះទេ។ អ្នកត្រូវចេះ បញ្ចូល គ្នា្ននៅពាក្យ​សម្តីរបស់​អ្នក។​ យកល្អគួរតែចេះលើកដាក់ និងប្រើពាក្យ​សម្តីលើកសរសើចំពោះ​រឿងរ៉ាវផ្សេងៗដែល​មិន​សម្តៅតែទៅលើរូប សម្ភស្សរបស់ នាង នោះ ទេ ត្រូវមើលទៅលើកិច្ចការ​ដែលនាងធ្វើ​ប្រចាំ​ថ្ងៃ និងស្នាដៃនានាដែលនាងបានសម្រេចវាល្អជាង។

៨. ត្រូវប្រាកដច្បាស់ថាអ្នកបាននិយាយជាមួយនាងរាល់ថ្ងៃទោះបីតិចក្តីច្រើនក្តី។​ វាមិន ប្រកាន់ទេទោះបីជាសារ ឬការហៅតាមទូស័ព្ទក្តី។ ត្រូធ្វើយ៉ាង ណាឲ្យនាងបានដឹងថាអ្នកបាន យកចិត្តទុកដាក់ជាមួយនាង បារម្មណ៏អំពីនាង និងស្រលាញ់នាង។

៩. កុំធ្វើចារិកហួសហេតុពេក។ គួរតែអនុញ្ញាតឲ្យនាងបាននិយាយលេង ជាមួយនិង មនុស្សផ្សេង។ កុំបារម្មណ៍គ្រប់ពេលថានាងនិងចែកផ្លូវជាមួយអ្នកប្រសិន បើនាងទៅនិយាយ ជាមួយអ្នកផ្សេងនោះ។ កុំសង្យ័យគ្រប់ពេលថានាងបានផិតក្បត់។ សូមស្រលាញ់នាងឲ្យ បាន ច្រើនតាមតែអ្នកអាច ប្រព្រិត្តដាក់នាងនូវភាពត្រឹមត្រូវ និងដោយការគោរពគ្រប់​ពេលវេលា​ ។

១០. សូមព្យាយាមសម្របខ្លួនអ្នកទៅក្នុងចំណោមមិត្តភក្តីរបស់នាងដោយភាពរាក់ទាក់ ប៉ុន្តែមិនត្រូវធ្វើជាមនុស្ស ចែចង់ឬឲ្យ គេចាប់អារម្មណ៍ ក្នុង ចំណោម នោះ ទេ។ មិត្តស្រីរបស់ អ្នក ងាយទទួលការឈឺចាប់ខ្លាំងណាស់ត្រង់ចនុចនេះ។ សូមកុំឈ្លោះប្រកែកជា​មួយមិត្តរបស់​នាង។ ព្យាយាមបង្កើត ទំនាក់ ទំនង នេះឲ្យបានល្អដើម្បីឲ្យមិត្តភក្តីរបស់នាងដឹងថានាងជា មនុស្ស​សំណាងណាស់ដែលមានអ្នកជាមិត្តប្រុស ហើយពួកគេនឹងកាន់តែជួយជំរុញនាង ឲ្យគិត តែអំពី អ្នកតែម្នាក់ប៉ុណ្ណោះ។

១១. លើកទូរសព័្ទរបស់នាង ហើយមិនត្រូវរអ៊ូរទាំទេប្រសិនបើនាងទូរសព្ទ័មកដាស់។

១២. កុំផ្គូរផ្គងអ្នកផ្សេងឲ្យនាង។ នាងស្រលាញ់អ្នក មែនឬមិនមែន? បើមែនគឺថា​នាង​ស្រលាញ់ដោយសារអ្នកជាអ្នកនោះឯង។

១២. នៅពេលនាងនិយាយជាមួយអ្នកសូមយកចិត្តទុកដាក់ដោយការសម្លឹងទៅកែវ ភ្នែក​ដ៏​ស្រទន់របស់នាង កុំងាកទៅណាផ្សេង។ បើមិនដូច្នេះ ទេបាន ន័យថា អ្នក មិនចាប់ អារ ម្មណ៍ស្តាប់នាងទេ ជាបិសេសសូមកុំមើលទៅស្រីផ្សេងដែលដើរកាត់មុខឬក្បែរ ពីព្រោះថាវា ជាការមិនគោរពនាង ជាសង្សា ដែលនៅក្បែរ។

១៣. សូមកុំជូនកាដូជាលុយកាក់ នៅក្នុងថ្ងៃខួបកំណើតរបស់នាងគឺសូមជូនកាដូ ដែល ពិតប្រាកដែលចេញអំពីចិត្តរបស់ អ្នកហើយជាកាដូពិត មួយ ធ្វើ ដូច្នេះ បានន័យថាអ្នកមិនគិតនាងដូចជានារីរកស៊ីផ្លូវភេទនោះទេ។

១៤. ជូនផ្កាដល់នាងនៅគ្រប់ឳកាស

១៥. កុំសម្លឹងទៅតែទ្រូងរបស់នាងនៅពេលអ្នកនិយាយជាមួយនាង

Wish you guy success with it! DK

សំណួរមួយចំនួនដែលតែងតែត្រូវបានសួរនៅក្នុងការសម្ភាស៍ការងារ


សំណួរមួយចំនួនដែលតែងតែត្រូវបានសួរនៅក្នុងការសម្ភាស៍ការងា

ខ្ញុំ យល់ អំពី អារម្មណ៍ របស់ អ្នក ​ដែល បាន កំពុង ស្វែង រក ការងារ ធ្វើ ឬ អ្នក ដែល បាន ​ត្រូវ ​កន្លែង ​ការងារ ​ដែល ខ្លួន បាន Apply ទូរសព្ទ័ មក ប្រាប់ ឲ្យ ទៅ ធ្វើ សម្ភាសន៍។​ អ្វី ដែល អ្នក ​បារម្មណ៍ ជាង គេ នោះ គឺ មិន ដឹង ថា គួរ រៀប ចំ ខ្លួន បែប ណា ​សំណួរ បែប ណា ដែល គេ នឹង សួរ ហើយ និង​អ្វី ខ្លះ គួរ ត្រៀម ទុក ជា មុន ? ជា ពិសេស ចំពោះ អ្នក មិន ដែល មាន បទពិសោធន៍ ឬ ទើប នឹង ​បញ្ចប់ ការសិក្សា ឬ ទើប និង ជាប់ សម្ភាសន៍ ជា លើក ដំបូង ។ កុំ បារម្មណ៍​ អ្វី My Tak Tik នឹង​ ជួយ ​សម្រួល ចំពោះ ផល លំ បាក ទាំងអស់ នេះ តាម រយះ ការ ចែក រំលែក នូវ បទ ពិសោធន៍ ល្អៗ ជា ច្រើន នៅ ក្នុង អត្ថបទ នាៗ ដែល បាន ចុះ ផ្សាយ ។ ខាង ក្រោម នេះ ជា កម្រង សំណួរ មួយ ចំនួន ដែល ​ក្រុម​ ហ៊ុន អង្គការ ស្ថាប័ន នានា តែងតែ សួរ នៅ ក្នុង ការ សម្ភាស បុគ្គលិក ថ្មី ។ វា ប្រហែល ជា មិន ថ្មី ទេ​ សម្រាប់ មនុស្ស មួយ ចំនួន ​ដែល មាន បទ​ពិសោ​ធន៍ ​ច្រើន ប៉ុន្តែ វា សំខាន់ ណាស់ សម្រាប់ ​អ្នក​ដែល មិន ទាន់ មាន បទពិសោធន៍ ។ នៅ ពេល នេះ យើង នឹង លើ យក សំណួរ តែ ចំនួន ១៥ប៉ុណ្ណោះ មក​​ បង្ហាញ សិន នៅ ​ក្នុង ​​ការ​​បង្ហាញ លើក ក្រោយ​យើង​នឹង​បន្ត​សំណួរ​ មួយ ចំនួន ទៀត ។ ​សូម កុំ ភ្លេច ​រង ​ចាំ អាន បន្ត ណា។

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១. តើអ្វីជាកំហុសឆ្គងដ៏ធំបំផុតដែលអ្នកបានធ្វើវាឡើងនៅក្នុងជីវិតរបស់អ្នក ហើយតើអ្នករៀន បានអ្វីខ្លះពីកំហុសឆ្គងនោះ?

២. ប្រសិនបើនៅក្នុងកំឡុងពេល៣ខែនេះអ្នកទទួលបានការងារមួយដែលមិនមែនជាការងារ​ដែល​អ្នកបានរំពឹងទុក តើអ្នកនឹងធ្វើយ៉ាងដូចម្តេច?

៣. តើចំនុចមួយដែលដទៃបានយល់ច្រឡំអំពីអ្នក?

៤. ប្រសិនបើអ្នកធ្វើការនៅក្នុងផ្នែកចុងភៅ តើអ្នកនឹងកាន់តួនាទីជាអ្វី?

៥. តើហេតុអ្វីបានជាយើងមិនចាំបាច់ទូរស័ព្ទទៅសួរនាំអ្នកធានារបស់អ្នក?

៦. តើអ្នកនឹងធ្វើអ្វីសម្រាប់ក្រុមហ៊ុនយើង?

៧. តើអ្នកណាជាវីរបុរសរបស់អ្នក? ហេតុអ្វី?

៨. តើអ្នកធ្វើអ្វីបានខ្លះ? ហេតុអ្វី?

៩. តើ អ្នក ណា ដែល ជា អ្នក ផ្តល់ កម្លាំង ចិត្ត ខ្លាំង ជា គេបំផុតនៅកន្លែងការងារចាស់របស់អ្នក?​ហេតុអ្វី?
១០. តើអ្វីដែលអ្នកគិតថាជាឧបសគ្គដ៏ធំបំផុតដែលអ្នក និងក្រុមហ៊ុន​យើងនឹងត្រូវប្រឈម​ដាក់​គ្នា​នៅ​ក្នុង​រយះពេល៣ខែដំបូង?
១១.​ តើមនុស្សប្រភេទណាដែលអ្នកចូលចិត្តធ្វើការជាមួយ? ​ប្រសិនបើអ្នកអាចគ្រវី​កន្សែង​សីល​​មួយ តើជម្ងឺអ្វីនៅក្នុងពិភព​លោកនេះ​ដែលអ្នក​នឹងកម្ចាត់​មុនគេ?

១២. តើអ្នកចង់ឲ្យមនុស្សទូទៅគេចងចាំអ្វីអំពីអ្នកនៅពេលដែលអ្នកស្លាប់ទៅ?

១៣.  តើអ្នកអាចធ្វើការងារនេះបានទេ?

១៤. តើហេតុអ្វីបានជាអ្នកគិតថាអ្នកគួរទទួលបានការងារនេះ?

១៥. តើការងារអ្វីដែលអ្នកពេញចិត្ត និងមិនពេញចិត្តជាងគេ? ហេតុអ្វី?

There are more questions still exist, and it is coming soon……… DK

How can you get your dream comes true of learning English or Other Languages? I


How can you get your dream comes true of learning English or Other Languages?

I am sure that it is hard to learn a second language but don’t worry, what you should do is to Start with your destination. Don’t worry where you are now, how much, or how little you know. The important thing is you have to ask a question to yourself:

Where are you planning to go?

As you know if we do anything without a destination, it is very hard to keep yourself motivated and keep on track. To solve and to make it better you should know where you were going. So you should set up your plan and you plan may need to be adjusted on the way and that’s absolutely fine but you really need to be able to make this learning journey from wherever you are now to where you desire to be. This is called Language Learning Map, and it should made by you because it will help you to develop your skills and keep you focused and also help you to find the necessary support that you need on your way. What could keeping yourself focused and motivated is to set targets for your language learning just as you would for any other process that you need to work through to get to your goal.

We have all heard about SMART Telecommunication Company in Cambodia, right? And you guys know clearly about the meaning of SMART. To whom that people or you should consider as a SMART Person? What SMART person is carrying? Well, now I would like to introduce SMART goals for setting up your language learning plan. Why SMART goals are important?

Here below are some suggestions for how to set such goals to maintain your progress and keep your English language dream come true.

GOAL:  Is something you would like to achieve in the future or in your life, or it might be a dream, or it might be something more concrete for yourself. And be noticed that none of these will happen overnight and you’ll need to work out with a strategy to get you there.

Now, let’s make these goals SMART!

SMART <S+M+A+R+T>SMART

S< SPECIFIC

First of all, you have to know what you want to do. You have known that what you wanted is specific enough then create steps. Ex: If you want to learn English you must and be an expertise on this Subject. Here are some things you might need to improve:

  • Choose an Institute or School that recognizing by the world.
  • Get a wider and more vary vocabulary
  • Have better pronunciation
  • Perfect the ability to tell a joke

Whatever you think is stopping you from getting to your desired level of English, so please write it down. If you are not sure then ask your teacher. If you don’t have a teacher then check with someone else or consider whether you can do this by yourself - should you get professional help?

M< MEASURABLE

How are you going to monitor your progress?

If we take the specific goals above;

  • You will know if you’ve learned new words.
  • You may be able to find suitable jokes from presentations you’ve heard or by asking colleagues but will you know if you are telling them well?
  • With pronunciation can you really know how to improve it? There are some online tools and you can decide to use these, or use a voice recorder. You may decide that you need some help from a teacher.

The key here is to be honest and really look at the details. Think carefully about how to measure progress and decide on the best strategy for this. You must be open and balance the reality against the dream. Last but not least, you should ask yourself that How important is the dream?

A< ATTAINABLE

Here again you have to be honest with yourself! Could you really ever be just like Venerable Samdech Chuon Nat – no, but you can use him as your model and get closer. Think about what is realistically attainable for you. These are all the kind of questions you must explore.

  • If you set a goal to learn 10 new words a week in context can you achieve that?
  • Maybe you’ll get a teacher to help with pronunciation and meet once a week face to face or on Skype
  • You can compile a list of jokes from the internet. You could search for ones that are suitable for presentations. You might look for videos so that you have the audio too and you can copy the speaker.
  • Maybe you can record yourself and then compare with the original.
  • Could you set aside two sessions per week?

Notice: Breaking the tasks down into smaller chunks you can set yourself an achievable study program is the best. Small steps that you can achieve well are better than large aims that are too time-consuming.

R< REALISTIC

In the term for ‘R’ is responsible – whose job is it. The answer here is ultimately - yours. However, it is realistic to ask for help if you need it. Then part of the responsibility can be shared with your teacher or the learning group you choose.

Here some more things to consider about:

  • How much time can I reasonably spend on studying to make the outcome effective?
  • It’s fine to push yourself but you have to know what you can manage
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help we all study and work better when we have someone to make us accountable

T< TIME-BOUND

Setting time limits helps us to plan well. Maybe you’ve set an overall deadline for being the expertise in English – say a year. Then you need to break down the tasks you’ve chosen and assign times to those too.

  • Two sessions on vocabulary, one on pronunciation and one on jokes gives you a reasonable study plan for the week – would that work with your schedule?
  • A study program starts to emerge.
  • The final piece is to add in some assessment – this can be informal but make it regular say every 4 weeks and make sure you are honest about your progress to date.
  • Or better still find an accountability partner – you can keep each other focused and encouraged.

The best way to set you goals that are SMART is being honest with yourself and then sticking to the plan will get you well on your way to reaching your dream of LEARNING ENGLISH AND/OR OTHER LANGUAGES.

If you follow all that described above and it did not work. Please remember these two more words – flexibility – if it’s not working re-visit, re-assess – re-plan and – reward- don’t forget to ‘Cheer up yourself’ when things go well - it drives your motivation.

The more you practice, the more you become an expert! DK Khmer Hearty

 

My Top 10 tips to learn English


My Top 10 tips to learn English

      1. Use a bilingual dictionary: Look up words you come across but don’t understand and make a note of them or even better use them straight away!

     2.  Choose one lexical set at a time: For example animals, can you, hand on heart, say that you know the English word for all the animals? Think of all those you don’t know and look them up in your own language. Do the same for other lexical sets.

     3.  Sign up to Gaps fillers word of the day: It’s free and you can get your word sent by email if you register as a free member, 5 words a week, 20+ per month, that’s 260 a year and you don’t have to do anything!

     4.  Play scrabble: You’re allowed to use your dictionary!

    5.  Read and translate: Choose a short passage in your own language and translate it into good English, oh, and please use your dictionary!!

     6.  Use a thesaurus: Write down a list of words you like to use and look up 3 synonyms for each in the thesaurus.

     7.  Do crosswords: Use a dictionary to help you or do interactive ones online.

     8.  Listen to the radio and write down any words you don’t know: Choose a short piece, you can approximate the spelling and then look them up in your dictionary.

     9. Choose a short, difficult, reading passage and do the same: Make a list of the words and look them up.

      10. Look around where you are now: Do you know the words for everything you can see?  Make a note of the ones you don’t in your own language and then use your dictionary to find out the English word. Do this whenever you have a few spare minutes. Too many words? Give yourself a limit of 6 or 10 etc.

The more you read, The more you learned! DK

 

4 Steps To Get a Job that you want


“Whether you’re looking for your very first job, switching careers, or re-entering the job market after an extended absence, finding a job requires two main tasks: understanding yourself and understanding the job market. Presuming you’ve already chosen a career and are currently searching for jobs, here are several ways to actually get a job……”

Step One: Building Your Own Qualifications

1. Revising and Updating your RESUME:

Before you start job hunting, make sure that your resume is as complete and up-to-date as possible. Your resume is an important distillation of who you are, where you come from, and what you can offer. Here are a few tips to consider:

Be honest. Never lie on your resume; it will come back to haunt you later.

Use active verbs. When describing what you did at your last job, make the sentence as tight and active as possible. For instance, instead of saying “Served as patient contact for getting bills and contacting insurance,” say “Liaised with patients and insurance companies, and managed financial transactions.”

Proofread. Review your resume several times for grammatical or spelling errors. Even something as simple as a typo could negatively impact your ability to land an interview, so pay close attention to what you’ve left on the page. Have one or two other people look at it as well.

Keep the formatting clean. How your resume looks is almost as important as how it reads. Use a simple, classic font (such as Times New Roman, Arial or Helvetica), black ink on white paper, and sufficiently wide margins (about 1″ on each side). Use bold or italic lettering sparingly if at all, and ensure your name and contact information are prominently displayed.

2. Develop Your Personal Elevator Speech:

Many structured interviews, particularly those at large companies, start with a question like “Tell me about you.” The interviewer doesn’t really want you to go back to grade school and talk about your childhood. This is a specific question with a right answer: in two minutes or so, the interviewer wants to get you to relax and loosen out your vocal cords, understand your background, your accomplishments, why you want to work at AAA Company and what your future goals are.

Keep it short — between 30 seconds and two minutes — and have the basics of it memorized so that you don’t stammer when you’re asked to describe yourself. You don’t want to sound like robot, either, so get the skeleton of it down, and learn to improvise the rest depending on who you’re talking to. Practice your elevator pitch out loud on someone who can give you feedback.

An elevator pitch is also useful for when you’re simply networking, at a cocktail party or with a group of strangers who want to get to know you a little bit more. In a networking situation, as opposed to a job interview, keep the elevator pitch to 30 seconds or less.

3. Make a List of Work that related to what you would like to learn:

Your employer will be interested in hearing about how you intend to become a better employee. Think about which skills will make you more competent in the position you’re applying for. Find some books and upcoming conferences that would significantly improve your abilities. In an interview, tell the employer what you’re reading and learning and that you’d like to continue doing so. Here is a list of some of the most important job skills, wanted by employers, that a job-seeker must have to be sure of landing a good job and just as importantly, keeping it.

Logical thinking and information handling: Most businesses regard the ability to handle and organize information to produce effective solutions as one of the top skills they want. They value the ability to make sensible solutions regarding a spending proposal or an internal activity.

Technological ability: Most job openings will require people who are IT or computer literate or know how to operate different machines and office equipment, whether it’s a PC or multi-function copier and scanner. This doesn’t mean that employers need people who are technology graduates — knowing the basic principles of using current technology is sufficient.

Communicating effectively: Employers tend to value and hire people who are able to express their thoughts efficiently through verbal and written communication. People who land a good job easily are usually those who are adept in speaking and writing.

Strong interpersonal skills: Because the working environment consists of various kinds of personalities and people with different backgrounds, it is essential to possess the skill of communicating and working with people from different walks of life.

Step Two: Do Your Homework regularly

1. Prepare for Interviewing

You might be asked to describe problems you’ve encountered in the past and how you handled them or you’ll be given a hypothetical situation and asked what you would do. They’ll basically want to know how you’ll perform when faced with obstacles in the position you’re interviewing for. Be able to give honest, detailed examples from your past, even if the question is hypothetical (e.g. “I would contact the customer directly, based on my past experience in a different situation in which the customer was very pleased to receive a phone call from the supervisor”). You might find yourself listing facts–if so; remember that in this kind of interview, you need to tell a story. Some questions you might be asked are:

“Describe a time you had to work with someone you didn’t like.”

“Tell me about a time when you had to stick by a decision you had made, even though it made you very unpopular.”

“Give us an example of something particularly innovative that you have done that made a difference in the workplace.”

“How would you handle an employee who’s consistently late?”

2. Prepare for Interviewing Research about the company that you are applying for

Don’t just do an Internet search, memorize their mission, and be done with it. Remember that you’re competing with lots of other candidates for a single position. You may not be able to change your natural intelligence, or the skills that you come to the job with, but you can always change your work ethic. Work harder than everyone else by researching the company or companies you wish to work for like your life depended on it.

If it’s a retail company, visit a few of their stores, observe the customers, and even strike up a few conversations. Talk to existing employees — ask them what it’s like working there, how long the position has been open, and what you can do to increase your chances of getting it. Become familiar with the history of the company. Who started it? Where? Who runs it now? Be creative!

Step Three: Pounding the Pavement

1. Networking Connection

The best companies to work for tend to rely heavily on employee referrals. Make a list of all of your friends, relatives, and acquaintances. Contact them one by one and ask them if they know of any openings for which they could recommend you. Don’t be too humble or apologetic. Tell them what you’re looking for, but let them know you’re flexible and open to suggestions. This is not the time to be picky about jobs; a connection can get your foot in the door, and you can negotiate pay or switch positions once you’ve gained experience and established your reputation.

Do informational interviews. An informational interview is when you invite a contact or a professional out to lunch or coffee, and ask them questions without the expectation of getting a job. Informational interviews are a great way to network, expand your list of contacts, and find out tips and tricks from professionals who are on the ground. Have lots of questions prepared — “What’s a normal day like for you?” “What are the advantages of your job?” “What might you have done differently?” are all great — but be mindful of their time. When the interview is done, ask them politely for three different contacts who you could speak to. If you impress them enough, they could even hire you or refer you to someone who could hire you.

Touch base with all of your references. The purpose of this is twofold. You can ask them for leads, and you’ll also be refreshing their memory of you. (Hopefully their memories of you are good ones, or else you shouldn’t be listing them as references.) If a potential employer calls them, they won’t hesitate as much when remembering you.

Keep in mind that, as with dating, “weak” personal connections are the best way to find a new job because they expand your network beyond options you’re already aware of. You probably know all about your sister’s company, and you know that if they were hiring she would tell you; but what about your sister’s friend’s company? Don’t be afraid to ask the friend of a friend or another slightly removed acquaintance for recommendations during your job search.

2. Volunteering for Experience

If you aren’t already, start volunteering for an organization that focuses on something you’re passionate about. You may start out doing boring or easy work, but as you stick around and demonstrate your commitment, you’ll be given more responsibilities. Not only will you be helping others, but you’ll also be gaining references. Emphasize your volunteer experience on your resume, as companies that treat their employees well tend to favor candidates who help the community somehow.

Internships may fall into this category. An internship is a great way to get your foot in the door, as many companies prefer to hire from within. Even if you’re far removed from your twenties or your college days, the willingness to work for little or no money shows companies that you’re serious about putting in the work, learning the skills, and getting ahead.

Believe it or not, volunteer positions and internships can lead to jobs. In today’s economy, many companies are turning to internships as a cost-effective way to vet potential future employees. This is because many companies simply don’t have the money or resources to take a stab in the dark and offer a job to someone who isn’t tested. If you put in hard work, demonstrate your ability to solve problems, and keep your chin up, your value to the company might be too big for them to pass up on.

3. Keep In-touch

Locate a specific person who can help you (usually the human resources or hiring manager at a company or organization you’re interested in). Call that person and ask if they are hiring, but do not become discouraged if they are not. Ask what kind of qualifications they look for or if they have apprentice or government-sponsored work programs. Ask if you can send your resume indicating what field you want to go into. Indicate whether you would accept a lesser job and work up.

Reflect after each phone call on what went well and what did not. Consider writing out some standard answers on your list of skills so you can speak fluently. You may need to get some additional training to break into your chosen field. None of this means you cannot get a good job, only that you need to become further prepared to do so.

Visit the company or business in person. There’s a saying among employers: “People don’t hire resumes; people hire people.” Don’t underestimate the value of personal relationships. Go to the company or business where you think you might want to work, bring your resume, and ask to speak to the Human Resources manager about job opportunities. If you make an excellent personal impression on the HR manager, you’ve done your job: s/he will have connected your face to a resume, and will have a much better idea of your natural intelligence, your persistence, and your likability. People don’t always hire the person best suited for the job; people often hire the person they like the best.

Step Four: Humble Yourself

1. Change Your Attitude

There’s a difference between making phone calls and going to interviews thinking “I’m looking for a job” versus “I’m here to do the work you need to have done”. When you’re looking to get a job, you’re expecting someone to give something to you, so you focus on impressing them. Yes, it’s important to make a good impression, but it’s even more important to demonstrate your desire and ability to help. Everything that you write and say should be preceded silently by the statement “This is how I can help your business succeed.

2.

  • Setting Down

If you’ve moved around a lot, be prepared to offer a good reason for it. Otherwise, you’ll need to make a good case for why you want to stick around in the area where the job is located. A company doesn’t want to hire someone with wanderlust who still wants to relocate.

Be prepared to outline why you are where you are today, how long you intend to stay there, and why. Give specific reasons like, “This country has the best school systems in the entire continent, and I have a daughter who might find the cure for cancer” or “I was drawn to this area because it’s at the cutting edge of innovation for this business and I want to be a part of that.” The more details, names, and specifics, the better.

3. Fitting the job to Your Skills Rather than doing the others around

Many people search for jobs, then try to see how they can tweak the way they present their own skills and experiences to fit the job description. Instead, try something different. Instead of this top-down approaches, start from the bottom up.

Make a list of all of your skills, determine which kinds of businesses and industries need them most (ask around for advice if you need to) and find businesses that will benefit from having you and your skills around. You might find that you get more satisfaction and enjoyment out of a career that wasn’t even on your radar to begin with.

It’s important the nature of the job fits your personality and salary requirements; otherwise you’ll have spent a significant amount of time to find a day job you dread getting up for every morning. So be realistic about what you expect, but be open to what you explore.

How to be a Dreamed-man for Lovely Girl


It’s hard enough to learn how to be a dreamed-man of cute girl, but when you’re a teen it’s even more difficult because your hormones are raging and you don’t have much practice.

Be Respectful

  • Listen to her boundaries. If she says she doesn’t like PDAs (public displays of affection), you should respect that.
  • Don’t let your friends pick on her. Stick up for her, even if they are only kidding! She’ll reflect their behavior on you.
  • When a girl asks you to stop touching them or making fun of them, do it. If you don’t, it will make her very angry.
  • Always tell the truth. No one likes being lied to. You know what they say, honesty is the best policy. Even if you think you’re sparing her feelings, it’s better to come from a good place the first time around then being yelled at for lying later on.
    • Be honest about your feelings. Even if you’re not officially a couple, you need to be honest with her. Being honest with each other is the first step in a successful relationship.
  • Never cheat on her. Ever. Because if you do, and she has any self-respect, she’ll break up with you for a guy who will treat her well. If you do, get prepared for a slap.
  • Don’t be controlling, but don’t be her bitch. You guys should both be making choices in the relationship. Doing things for her is always nice and she will most likely return those favors.
  • Respect the fact that girls like to go out with their friends. Take that time to have some “guy-time” of your own. So while she’s shopping and watching chick-flicks, you can watch the game.
  • Listen to her speak, even if the topic is boring. After a bit, gently change the subject. Otherwise, she’ll feel as though you really don’t care, and she will eventually want to stop talking to you.
  • Don’t push too fast for a physical relationship. No always means no. Even when you think it doesn’t. If she’s not ready for sex, she’s not ready for sex and that’s that. Don’t talk about it after she says no. If she wants to talk about it, or if she wants to do it, she’ll let you know.
  • Don’t Let her push you too far either. While it may seem improbable some girls do want sex before the guy in the relationship. If this is you then don’t do it just because your “supposed to” or you feel you will be made fun of, in the long run, its not worth it.
  • Remember that she can have guy friends too, respect that and let her spend time with them, don’t be jealous of them. If you feel that she’s spending a lot of time with them, then try to spend more time with her.

Be Affectionate

      Kiss her on the forehead and on top of her head, especially when she is feeling down (but note, you should always do this, it’s not even funny how much girls love this). Always say a simple “I love you” if you mean it. It will make her happy. Don’t forget to hug her too.

      Always be willing and ready to cuddle with her and hold her. If you guys are sitting together open your arms and pull her in gently. It’ll make her feel very loved. Kiss her on the top of her head when she’s in your arms. Rock her lightly if you think she would like that.

      If you are lying out under the stars make sure you hold her hand. And if she says something like, “I’m cold,” make sure you move closer to her, or offer your jacket. Even better, you could give her a great big hug if she’s chilly.

      When watching a movie, make sure you are sitting with her, especially if it’s a scary movie! That’s a perfect time to hold her.

      Don’t be afraid of kissing her in public if she wants to. Most couples hold hands and kiss in public. It’s natural.

      Make the first move. Girls usually expect the guy to approach them.

      It’s okay to be lovey-dovey with her around your friends. Don’t overdo it though, and don’t do anything you wouldn’t do if your friends weren’t there. (Note: don’t show off.) Holding her hand is a nice gesture, as is saying “I love and respect you” without making it look like she’s a trophy or something.

      Write out “I love you,” not “ILY.” And say “I Love You” to her face. If you are sending text and you type “ILY,” that’s all fine and good but it is so much cuter (and shows more seriousness and respect) if you take the time to write the actually words. It means a lot more to both of you. Also, say it to her face the first time – don’t use text. Look in her eyes, take her hands and say “I Love You.” When you say “I Love You” mean it, don’t just say it because you think she expects you to.

Be Complimentary

  • Give her a cute pet name. It’s always a good idea. If she doesn’t like it, drop it immediately and think up another one. If she doesn’t like pet names she’ll let you know.
  • Notice the little changes in her appearance, because she likely did it for you. Compliment or casually comment on the good changes about her. For example, you could say “Hey, that new top looks cute on you.” She most likely worries about looking her very best just for you.
  • Reassure her when she’s feeling insecure. Never just say “Your hair looks fine!” Say “Your hair is perfect/Beautiful.”
  • Tell her she looks beautiful when she’s clearly made an effort. Especially for special functions like the prom, or dates you both have been looking forward to.
  • Notice the tiny details about her, if she mentions that she liked something and then 3 weeks later you remember she’ll love it.
  • If she playfully insults herself, tell her that it’s not true. If she just jokingly says something like “I wish I was pretty”, tell her that she is more than just pretty, or “I can’t believe I ate that whole slice of cake! I’m so fat” tell her that she is definitely not fat and that she is extremely attractive.
  • Don’t be ‘fake’. However, do not overdo it and give her cheesy answers, most girls’ sense that you are being ‘fake’.

Be Attentive

  • Don’t ignore her! It will make her feel like you are not into her anymore.
  • Be kind and respectful to her always. But don’t cling to her. Give her a little space from time to time.
  • Make her feel important to you. Let her know that you’re thinking about her, and you miss her. And if she looks great, tell her!
  • Hold doors for her. Chivalry is not dead! Pull her chair out at a restaurant, open her car door, let her enter places first. She’ll love this because it shows you’re not just thinking of yourself, and you truly care for her.
  • Call her at home if she’s sick. Make sure she knows you’re thinking of her. And since she’s sick, ask her if there’s anything you can do for her. If she’s serious about her school work you can take an extra set of notes for her and bring them to her if you’d like. Tell her to feel better, and that you hope she comes back soon.
  • Tell her when you are thinking about her. Girls love this so much. A simple text saying that you care or are thinking about her is adorable. She’ll know that she has nothing to worry about, and that you really like/love her.
  • Try to cheer her up when she’s sad about little things. For emotions like grief, it’s best to simply be there for her, she wants sympathy, not a solution. Be her shoulder to cry on. She wants’ and needs you to be there for her.
  • Always pay for dates the first couple times, even if she insists. After that you should still always pay unless she insists to or you don’t feel comfortable for her paying for the entire date than suggest going Dutch or splitting the check.
  • Do activities you both love together, and try new things together. If your into a certain sport like skateboarding take her to a skate park. If she likes crafting or art take her to a swap shop with little artsy things on sale.
  • Make her something such as a paper flower, an artsy heart, something creative that reflects your personality, so whenever she looks at it she’ll think of you and smile.
  • Don’t forget her birthday. And make sure you get something thoughtful and sweet.
  • Read her body language. If she looks uncomfortable or mouths “help” to a friend while you have your hand on her thigh, move it. You don’t need to say anything, just move it.
  • Call her for no reason. Just to talk to her so she knows that you care and are always thinking of her.
  • Surprise her! (But not in an annoying way, it has to be sweet and loving likes a small gift or sending her something in the post.)
  • Call her at night just to wish her sweet dreams.

 

Do Nice Things for Her

  • Write poetry or songs for her. Writing poetry or a song for your girlfriend is extremely cute. Who cares if you misspell something, repeat a word in the same sentence or leave out a comma? A girl will always be flattered that you care enough to do something like that for her. Just don’t write her anything to sexy. Write a poem about her eyes or the way she smiles. Write about her laugh or how much she means to you. If you feel you just can’t write poetry, find some tender, romantic poetry and copy the best ones, adding the author’s name and under that “This is how you make me feel.”
  • Be silly! Girls love funny guys (unless they have a heart of stone). Be funny and silly. Play the game Truth with her and ask silly questions. Your boyfriend/girlfriend should also be your best friend…and most people goof off with their best friends! You shouldn’t feel like you have to impress each other.
  • Take her to see the movies she wants to see. Don’t always take her to scary movies. It looks like you’re just trying to get some action. Try seeing a romantic comedy sometime (it will surely lead to a kiss at the end), or a drama, tragedy, heck even a kid movie is fun sometimes!
  • Let her playfully hit you. When a girl lightly slaps you on the shoulder or the thigh laugh along with her and tell her that she is adorable, NEVER hit her back, even lightly, girls like to think their stronger than you, plus, its wrong to hit a girl. If she keeps poking you, play along with it make it into a little game, have fun with her.

Pay Attention to the Way You Look

  • Smell and look nice and clean. Have a good appearance, girls pick up on that. Get your hair cut whenever needed. Don’t slack off of putting on deodorant or washing your hair, body, face, etc. At the same time don’t overdo it. You don’t want your girlfriend to be repulsed by your cheap cologne.

Don’t be Negative in Any Way

      If you’re having a bad day, whatever you do, Do not take it out on her! Whether it’s on purpose or accidental, just don’t do it. It only makes her feel like you don’t care about her feelings. If you’re having a bad day, just talk to her about it. After all, she is your girlfriend. That’s what she’s there for.