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Title: ELI weekly : the weekly newsletter of the English Language Institute
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Creator: English Language Institute, University of Florida
Publisher: English Language Institute, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 26, 2007
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* KSC
* Notes from the Office


The EIT Weekly


The WeeklyNewsletter o
the English Language Institute
Volume 102, Issue 3
January 26, 2007


*Kenne Vdy

nte Kennedy Space Center
VISITOR COMPLEX See it 1.


Come explore NASA's launch
headquarters located on Florida's West
coast on Saturday with the ELI!
Activities:
Space Exhibits
IMAX Theatre
Astronaut Hall of Fame
Interactive Space Flight Simulators
Gift Shops
Shows
AND MORE!
Cost: (van ticket), $38 + tax
(admissions), souvenir/food money
How: Buy your van ticket at the TRiP
office, admission ticket at Kennedy Space
Center.
When: We will leave from the Reitz
Union TRiP office at 8:00 a.m. on
Saturday; we will return to Gainesville
around 8:30 p.m.


Don't miss out
on your chance
to visit the
United States'
hub of
technology and
space


exploration!


NASA has very strict regulations about
what may be brought into the complex,
much like an airport. Forbidden items
include:
Fire arms of any type (with or
without a permit)
Ammunition (live or spent)
Pepper/mace sprays
Knives of any size
Box cutters or like items
Nail clippers with knife blades
Any other sharp/pointed items,
including pointed scissors or nail
files

Additionally:

Coolers, luggage or other large bags are
not permitted through the front gate.
All bags, purses and other items will be
opened and inspected at the Visitor
Complex. (Procedures to search all bags
carried into the complex by visitors &
employees are actions taken as part of the
increase in security and not part of a
specific threat to our facilities.)
All electronic devices such as digital
cameras, MP3 players, mobile/cellular
phones, video recorders, voice recorders
and pagers must be in working condition
before entering the complex. Devices that
cannot be powered on, broken devices or
devices without properly charged


batteries will not be permitted through
the front gate.
Stand alone GPS equipment is not
permitted on property




> Immunizations-Don't forget; we
must have proof of your
immunizations for you to be allowed
to attend classes. The deadline this
semester is Friday, January 26th. We
often have quite a few students who
are very surprised to be pulled out of
classes at this particular time for this
particular reason. Don't be one of
them!
> Class Attendance-Remember, your
attendance is very, very important.
Your teachers are taking note of both
your absences and your tardies in
every class every day.
> Student Mailbox-Don't forget to
check the student mailbox in the
main office from time to time. There
is mail for some returning students
already.
> Smoking-Remember, students, that
it is state law now that not only is
there no smoking inside state
buildings, you must be at least 50 feet
from the building to smoke at all.


* Birthdays
* Manners


Hihlghs













The following is our activity schedule for
the semester; this may change from time
to time, so please watch the Activities
Board.

Meet at Reitz
Pool and Union Game
4:30pm Room and
Bowling Mo, a Room and
(Carmen) Monay Bnng UF ID;
Cost Vanes
Sports... will Meet at NRN
change 4:30pm Garage; Free;
weekly Tuesday Bringyour UF
(Knsten) ID
Meet at Archer
7pn Road Starbucks
Coffee Talk 7pm (New
(Dan and Stef) Wednesday Location');
Bnng money
for coffee.
Wild Card Meet at NRN
Thursday Dpmn Norman
Thursday Garage; Vanes

Meet at Reitz
Gator Nights 5:45pm Union, Ground
Floor, Free;
Friday Bring your UF
ID


Activities may be added or cancelled
during the semester; we'll keep you
updated!





Next weekend, we will be here in
Gainesville our first Volunteer Day of
the semester. Details will be on the


Activities Board and in next week's
Weekly.





The following are ELI Birthdays for the
week of January 26th to February 1st:

Students:
January 31: Abdulaziz Alsalman

Staff:
None this week!





We don't have any questions yet this
semester (Teachers! Help!), so here are a
few from last year at this time:

Q: Why don't thepeople work in gas stations?

A: I'm guessing that you are wondering
why almost all of our gasoline is self-serve
these days. It's cheaper. If we don't have
to pay extra people to pump the gas, then
the gas can be sold for less. Most people
in the US seemed, when the concept was
first introduced, to prefer to pump their
own gas rather than to pay more for the
gas.

Q: Why do American people talk so loud on
their cellphones in pubic?


A: Mercifully, it's not all of us. Those
that do are rude, plain and simple.
Unfortunately, we have a lot of really
rude and thoughtless people roaming
around these days.

Q: Why do people in the US like to suntan?

A: Because there are a lot of idiots who
are slaves to fashion over health, and it's
still considered by some people to be
fashionable. Experts war that there is
no such thing as "safe" t ,iii_-. period.
Tanning itself is actually a representation
of damage to the skin. People hate
listening to experts.

Q: Why do Americans use so manyplastic bags
in the supermarket?

A: They're more convenient and easy to
carry. Thankfully, we do have a choice;
we can request paper bags. Also, many
supermarkets have recycling bins for used
plastic bags. Personally, I do use the
plastic ones (I live in a 2nd floor
apartment-it's MUCH easier to carry
them up the stairs!), but I always take
them back to the store on my next visit
and put them in the recycling bin.





Use what you have to run toward your
best that's how I now live my life.
--Oprah Winfrey


UF UNIVERSITY of
U IFLORIDA
English Language Institute
PO Box 117051
315 Norman Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-7051, USA
Phone: (352) 392-2070
Fax: (352) 392-3744
Email: StudyEnglish@eli.ufl.edu
Webpage: www.eli.ufl.edu


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