Tag: cartoon

Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo, www.EFLsuccess.com Story: A “down under” undersea cartoon adventure. After tragedy makes Marlin (a clownfish) an overprotective father, his only surviving son (Nemo) rebels, and is captured off Australia’s Barrier Reef by a Sydney dentist. While Nemo and new fish-friends in the dentist’s aquarium plan Nemo’s escape, Marlin and his unlikely helper, Dori (a bluegill), […]

Jungle Book

Jungle Book, www.EFLsuccess.com Story: The jungle is filled with laughter, song, suspense and friendship, in one of the funniest and best cartoons Walt Disney (1901-1966) ever made. A human orphan is raised by wolves, but when a tiger threatens the wolf pack, leaders decide that the best place for Mowgli is the man-village. When young Mowgli […]

An American Tail

An American Tail, www.EFLsuccess.com Story: This charming Stephen Spielberg cartoon tells the story of mice who immigrate from Russia to America (in 1886, because of persecution from dangerous cats). Lured by tales of unlimited opportunity and “no cats,” the Mouskewitz family (of mice) sails to the USA. During the voyage, their son Fievel falls overboard. Then, as they try […]

Monthly English Corner & Weekly Quote

  • Oct 17

    “Any word you have to hunt for in a thesaurus is the wrong word. There are no exceptions to this rule.”

    – Stephen King (1947-   ; “Best selling” US novelist)

    (That is, good writing should use words you already know. If you have to use a thesaurus, you will probably choose a word that you can’t use correctly. Similarly, if you are writing in a “second”  language, you’ll often make mistakes by using things you simply find in a translation-dictionary.)


    Note: A quote’s original source is not always known, and authenticity has not been verified. To find out about an author, type the name into a search engine (like Google or Baidu). One of my favorite websites for quotations is: www.brainyquote.com/   9

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