This exercise can be quite a useful ice-breaker for new groups.
Today's Meeting will be just An Eyes breaker
An icebreaker is an activity, game, or event that is used to welcome and warm up the conversation among participants in a meeting, training class, team building session, or another event
The hurricane put such a strain on the bridge that it collapsed.
As you get older, excess weight puts a lot of strain onthe heart.
Their constant arguments were putting a strain ontheir marriage.
The recent decline in the dollar has put a bigger strainon the economic system.
Migration into the cities is putting a strain on already stretched resources.
She's a lot better than she was but she's still not readyto face the stresses and strains of a job.
I strained my back carrying those bags
put pressure on something
to create pressure on something
Despite his hectic work schedule, Benny has rarely suffered poor health.
The two days we spent there were enjoyable but hectic.
A hectic situation is one that is very busy and involves a lot of rushed activity.
a dramatic change/improvement
We watched scenes of the
2. dramatic rescue on the news.
full of action and excitement
very sudden or noticeable
"schools were located in the same campus to facilitate the sharing of resources"
The teachers role so far has been mainly to facilitate learning.
to make easier in something
to enable in something
to make something possible
You will need someone with the expertise to handle confusing technicalregulations.
"they seemed to be engrossed in conversation
Their discussion engrossed his attention. She is engrossed in her work.
The idea became rooted in his mind, and engrossed his thoughts.
The subject abstracted their attention, and engrossed all their faculties.
to occupied completely as the mind or attention
He's an excellent speaker who always draws a crowd.
to attract attention
to attract interest
if you are teaching about Middle Age, you could say "back then, people used to have slaves to work for them".
I believe people had more respect for teachers back then
I don’t know why he wasn’t pursued back then.
I wish I could be sixteen again because way back then I had very little stress.
specific period of time in the past
It's hard to obsorb so much information in one time
to understand facts or ideas completely and remember them:
to give more attention
Her singing captivated audience every where
Another distinct feature of jatra is that the plays begin with the climax, a device used to captivate the attention of the audience.
The hope is to captivate childrens imaginations and motivate their interest in the sciences.
to get attention or interest
to hold the attention of someone by beingextremely interesting, exciting, pleasant, or attractive:
He is a self restraint person. I love him ya
self control with emotion n actions
The letter must have gone astray in the post.
I was led astray by an out-of-date map.
Her parents worried that she might be led astray (= encouraged to behave badly) by her unsuitablefriends.
wrong side of doing something
away from the right path
ake the chance to gain advantage from.
to take advantage
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