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Leadership and public speaking training

In the pursuit of the capacity building of the youths in general and particularly Ines-Mali members, a special training was conducted on August 28,2021 on two thematics: – Leadership – Art of public speaking. I The training which took place in the premises of Ispric in Bamako drew about sixty people comprised of young professionals, …

INES_MEMBERS_DEVELOPMENT_SERIE

      Knowledge is profitable to whoever aspires to learn and apply the things he has learnt; and time is the common currency to every human being no matter where you are on earth but managed differently. In order to equip its members and friends to have an adequate organization of their time, the …

Ines Humanitarian Agenda 2021/2022

A delegation of the International Network of English Speakers (Ines-Mali), over the weekend ( Sunday 16/05/2021) paid a visit to CAPEMA Orphanage located in Sikasso- Mali. The delegation, led by the President of Ines-Mali Mr Manasse K. Djan visited that orphanage with the aim of spending some time with the children and showing love through …

Ines_Mali_Handover

The International Network of English Speakers also known as Ines- Mali has seen since the 13th March 2021, the formation of a new executive. After two consecutive terms presided over by Miss Tariba Traoré, Ines- Mali has sworn in today 10th April 2021 a new leadership. Composed of dynamic members who have served in the …

Relative Clauses – who, whose, where, which

Let’s take an intermediate level look at relative clauses. A relative clause tells us which thing or person the speaker means. « The man who works in the bank is my brother » – ‘who works in the bank’ tells us which man. We use who in relative clauses for a person. Who is followed by a …

Adjective words and their opposite:

Selfish – Generous Happy – Unhappy Cold – Hot Dishonest – Honest Friendly – Unfriendly Patient – Impatient Tidy – Messy Pessimistic – Optimistic Careful – Careless Talkative – Taciturn Wide – Narrow Delicious – Awful Modern – Ancient Dark – Light Straight – Crooked Bad – Good Insane – Sane Thin – Fat Short …