Susie Green Interview

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Hero Stone – from Nilgris
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Lizard1Susie Green is a regular listener who has done interesting work in India.  While you and I might be content to see pictures of Tigers or perhaps visit a zoo, Susie Green goes to the jungles in India. 

Through a program offered by the EIA – Environment Investigation Agency, a  wildlife group working in India, Africa, Europe, and other places, she was able to visit the forests  of Paana.

She has written a book about the Tiger which was published by Reaktion Books as part of a series on animals.  The book explores how the animals are viewed culturally and investigates the animal in different forms in art and literature.

Susie Green has also taken up our challenge to learn 4 words a day.  You should do this too using our “Master 4 Words a Day” tool.  

Books mentioned in the program:

Other Interviews:

Irregular Verbs, Imperative Tense, George Stone interview (Aug 28, 2010)

Informal Conversation, Interview at Houston Lunch and Learn, and announcements (Aug 22, 2010)

Special Guest: Indira Walia (May 4, 2010)

Interview with Dr. Rupert Snell (Sept. 4, 2008)

Interview with Shirish Nadkarni, CEO of LiveMocha (Oct. 30, 2007)

Lessons dealing with Nature and Animals:

Conversation Questions – Pets (बातचीत प्रश्न – पालतू जानवर)


292 – Water Animals

291 – Insects, etc.

290 – Wild Animals

289 – domesticated animals pg. 32

My First 100 Words In Hindi (6 of 8) – Animals

298 – Nature

Lesson 32:जानवर, पक्षी या कीडे कैसी आवाज निकालते हैं या क्या करते हैं? Jaanvar ,pakshi ya keedey kaisee aavaaj nikaaltey hain ya kya kartey hain? What type of sound the animals, birds or insects make or what do they do?

Living Creatures (A First Bilingual Dictionary pg. 45)

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