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  • How do you go about teaching English abroad?

    I just wondered which qualification(s) you need to work abroad, teaching English as a foreign language? Also do you need to be able to talk a foreign language already? I'm from the UK and would love to work in cover countries. Thank you for the help in advance.

    4 AnswersTeaching6 years ago
  • Does amblyopia affect your ability to play snooker?

    I really love playing snooker but sometimes struggle playing and wondered if there is any technique to getting used to playing with a lazy eye or whether it'll always stop myself improving at the sport?

    1 AnswerSnooker & Pool7 years ago
  • Nonprofit organisations helping Young People in Denver, Colorado?

    I'm part of a charity in the UK called Young Potential that helps young people within arts based projects including music, dance and drama. We have a project running that aims to showcase the work of small nonprofit organisations in America and wondered if any people local to Denver knows any organisations that work in the local communities there, especially in arts based activities (Music/Dance/Drama/Film Making) you'd really be helping our project.

    2 AnswersDenver8 years ago
  • Is there a website that lists registered charities by area across the USA?

    I'm looking for charities working with young people or vulnerable adults across the US for a voluntary project I am running next year.

    1 AnswerCommunity Service8 years ago
  • Resetting problem with Acer 5535?

    Every time I start up my laptop it comes up with the Windows Error Recovery screen and no matter what option you select it will go to the Windows Loading screen and then reset automatically. Does anybody have any ideas on how to fix this issue?

    1 AnswerLaptops & Notebooks8 years ago
  • What books and other media would people recommend on Modern Physics, Sciences and Fringe Sciences?

    I'm a bit behind with the sciences now and I used to have a huge interest in them. I'm thinking of doing my teacher training course later in the year to either teach Physics or Maths so I'd like to freshen up my knowledge. What books would people recommend on areas like Modern Physics, Sciences and Fringe Sciences? Also any TV shows/DVDs or other types of media that you can recommend would be great. I don't mean like Sci-Fi books but proper reference/resource/non-fiction media.

    2 AnswersPhysics9 years ago
  • Pokemon White Team help?

    I'm trying to get a competitive team together focussed on Cloyster as the lead Pokemon. I thought something along the lines of

    Cloyster, Ferrothorn. I don't know what to choose for the other 4 Pokemon however. What types should I focus on? The rules are that I can only have 1 Legendary Pokemon in my team. I'd like to incorporate a Scizor if possible also. Any info on what types of Pokemon to use with those 3 would be greatly appreciated.

    5 AnswersVideo & Online Games10 years ago
  • Where can a UK National search for US jobs that take international applications?

    I'm looking for a Systems Engineer or Web Developer position in America and wondered if anybody knows of a website that only gives search results that allow international applicants. If anybody knows of specific companies that take on international employees that'd be great also.

    2 AnswersTechnology1 decade ago
  • I feel like I've wasted my life at 26?

    I'm 26 and finished my degree when I was 23 and haven't done much since. I was qualified in Systems Engineering at Masters level and got a 2:1. I had a guaranteed job if I moved back to my home town but it would mean leaving my best friend back 200 miles away and he has been struggling with Psychosis so I really didn't want to leave him.

    Now I feel trapped here and useless. I haven't had a job in 18 months and my friend's condition has deteriorated and he just treats me like rubbish daily even though I try to help him through every day. I feel like I did the wrong degree and would have much preferred to do Law or Criminology and had dreams since I was 15 of moving and living in America or Japan. None of which have happened and without having a girlfriend in a long time also I just feel alone and that I've made wrong choices my whole life.

    Anybody who can offer advice on how to get out of these seemingly impossibly deep pit I'd be very grateful to or anybody who finds themselves in a similar situation? I have the motivation to succeed but unfortunately I think it's balanced out by my general misery at mistakes of the past and feeling useless.

    17 AnswersMental Health1 decade ago
  • What type of saxophone should I get?

    I'm getting a saxophone this week for the first timeand I'm not fully sure which one I need. I would like to play things like Bryan Ferry - Let's Stick Together, George Michael - Careless Whisper, Pink Floyd - Money etc. I was considering an Alto Sax but will that be adequate for those songs. Can somebody explain the differences between the 4 types and also suggest some help when looking for your first one. I play guitar and bass so I do have a music background. Just want to try something new.

    3 AnswersClassical1 decade ago
  • Why does our internet constantly run slow and lag?

    We pay a ridiculous amount each month in our house for cable broadband from Virgin Media. We have a 20Mb/s connection from them and it just runs pathetically. A lot of the time I can't open a page it runs that slow. This includes pages like google that require no connection at all. Also if I'm downloading anything the maximum download speed I ever get and very rarely is 600kB/s which is nowhere near the over 2MB/s I should be getting from high quality servers. What is most annoying is if I'm playing games with my American friends on my PS3 I get constant lag and can't really play with them on any game. I live in the UK and I really am not happy with the connection I'm receiving. Is anyone else with Virgin and not happy and has anyone changed ISP providers as I want to change.

    3 AnswersOther - Internet1 decade ago
  • What are the best books on Psuedo Science and Micro expressions?

    I'd prefer more encyclopedic kind of books that cover more areas of the topic areas but at a basic level. Pseudo-sciences such as Transmogrification, Precognition and Dark Matter etc.

    2 AnswersOther - Alternative1 decade ago
  • What parcel companies are cheapest when sending from the UK to Sweden?

    I want to send a parcel that is about 10kg from the UK to Sweden for as cheap as possible but it needs to offer insurance up to £1000. However it can take up to 21 days to be delivered so it doesn't have to be an express service. What would you recommend?

    1 AnswerOther - United Kingdom1 decade ago
  • Are Amitriptyline tablets really bad for you?

    I have been told to take 20 mg a day for 14 days. Will this harm me a lot? It's for severe headaches and pains or at those dosages is it pretty harmless?

    2 AnswersPain & Pain Management1 decade ago
  • What 40 inch Full HD television is the best for a small price?

    I want to get a 40 inch television that has 1080p Full HD and preferably at least 3 HDMI slots and a PC input for less than £800.

    Which ones would you recommend and which ones should I stay clear of. Cheers.

    4 AnswersTVs1 decade ago
  • Beginner violins that are fairly cheap but are of decent quality?

    Are there any violins that are full size for beginners that are fairly cheap but are still of a high enough quality to sound good. Cheap acoustic and electric models if you can off some examples. I'm a guitarist who wants to try something a bit different.

    3 AnswersOther - Music1 decade ago
  • Learning Japanese language (spoken/written)?

    I'm interested in learning Japanese for moving from UK to live in the country and would love to get to grips with the basics and move on to more advanced parts of the language. What books would you recommend that are quite interactive and involve cds to work along with. I'd like a big book if possible that goes from the basics of japanese verbal and written languages through to the complex stuff. As if you were going through the levels that they have of japanese in the country.

    Cheers :)

    5 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
  • Japanese Immigration?

    Hey. I live in the UK and I'm a professional engineer with a Systems Engineering MEng and 3 years relevant job experience. How do I go about getting a job in Japan. I don't have any knowledge of Japanese language also. Is there anywhere that offers up to 6 months language training before starting at a job in Japan? Thanks for the help :)

    1 AnswerImmigration1 decade ago
  • How do you go about emigrating to another country?

    I'm a 24 year old living in the UK who has an MEng in Systems Engineering and 5 years relevant job experience with BAE Systems so I wondered how I would go about emigrating to Japan? Or America? Is it possible for me to do a qualification in Japan to be over there for a year or to have a job over there for a year to 3 years?

    1 AnswerImmigration1 decade ago
  • Rock/Blues Covers you'd like to hear at a pub?

    We are a rock covers band in the Nottingham area and really want to keep our set fresh with big songs that are a bit rarer heard than others. For example we do Baba O'Reilly by The Who which not many bands do. What songs do you like to hear in a set or which would you like to hear?

    6 AnswersRock and Pop1 decade ago