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Today we’re talking about garden weeds and the lessons they can give us such as: * Persistence * Determination * Playing to our strengths * How context matters Sign up for our daily email: SUBSCRIBE NOW to Remarkable TV: New Remarkable TV episodes every Tuesday! FOLLOW KEVIN ON SOCIAL ———————————————– Follow Kevin: Like Kevin: Kevin’s Blog: Get more from The Kevin Eikenberry Group: Follow KEG: Like KEG: Sign up for the newsletter and get a FREE eBook: Let me help you reach your potential as a leader and a human being. Video Rating: / 5 // F R E E P O R T U G U E S E S T A R T E R K I T 📌 Download the free Starter Kit: 20 pages of practical content to help you get started in learning European Portuguese // T R A N S C R I P T A N D T R A N S L A T I O N This is a video of the Portuguese Lab Podcast. Check the blog post: 📢 This is a European Portuguese lesson for beginners and it focuses on Portuguese vocabulary related to the garden. // S U B S C R I B E F O R R E G U L A R V I D E O S 📌 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLessons from a school gardenPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys ReviewCoCo Mix Indoor Weed Garden Tour | Learn How to Grow Marijuana | Cannabis Room TourHouseplant FAILS! Indoor Gardening Lessons from Trial and ErrorAnimals in the Garden for Kids from Steve and Maggie | Learn English Speaking with Wow English TVCannabis Garden Tour […]

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  • The SPIRITLIGHT Surround yourself with 3 months ago

    well kev-your just simply irritating kinda like you suspect your audience is pre-k. so all i can say is "luck with all that"

  • Maria 3 months ago

    mangueira – hoes?

  • Katharina Obenholzner 3 months ago

    01:59 …what form is "rega-la"? (Can't put the apostrophe on the a on my phone sry…). I can't find an answer online – it's coming from regar (to water)? But "rega-la"? Google translator says it means "water it" as a command? Actually maybe the problem is that my first language is german and in german it says it means "gießen Sie es", which is a term of saying a command in a distanced polite way – "Sie" refers to a person the same as "you" does in english. But in german "you" can mean "du" (if you are friends with the person e.g.) but it can also mean "Sie" (either if it is one or more people you talk to, but are not close to at all, kind of a respectful distanced version of you (I hate that we use it in german since it is also marking hierarchy positions, for example in a lot of job positions your are supposed to use it for your boss or costumers)… sorry for the long…explanation. "Thinking" in German language structures is probably the worst for learning Portuguese, but I can't help it 🙂 anyway, if you could explain what "rega-la" means, what form it is, why this form is used within the example sentence…I'd be so grateful! Thank you so so so much Susana also for all the hard work you put into teaching Portuguese <3

  • GreyWhiteBlue 3 months ago

    Is it wrong to pronounce the -s on the end of a word as -z if the next word begins with a vowel?

  • Daé Destino 3 months ago

    Oh my! I have so much learning to do!

  • eloisa fantasia 3 months ago

    to run away fugir

  • eloisa fantasia 3 months ago

    very good video my portuguese teacher

  • shuaib ansari 3 months ago

    Mam, finally i decided to joined you after search many others.
    Keep it up… from india

  • Hellen Choga 3 months ago

    I loved this more because you say in English first then will get the other parts easier. You help me a lot

  • sanjeev darjee 3 months ago

    i love this super

  • Karan Handa 3 months ago

    Empregos em contato com a agricultura: 00351964286915.obrigado.
    Empresa : Flowers Brigade.