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Mexico Energy Industry Leaders in Monterrey, January 18-19, 2017

Mexico Energy Industry Leaders in Monterrey, January 18-19, 2017 Dear colleagues and friends, happy new year and best wishes for 2017! We are pleased to ...
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Mexico’s Energy Reform in Perspective, Part I

Mexico’s Energy Reform in Perspective, Part I What should EPN tell his successor about the oil reform? MEI REPORT 831 (Houston) — In this report, ...
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Advancing English Proficiency: What is possible in 75 minutes?

MEI Market Note 219 — Advancing English Proficiency: What is possible in 75 minutes? This report is a preview of material to be presented at ...
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TRUMP CLOUDS OVER MEXICO

TRUMP CLOUDS OVER MEXICO: Impact of a Trump administration on the energy reform MEI REPORT NO. 825 (HOUSTON) — This report was prepared with an ...
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Press as Risk Factor in Mexico: Reputations and Brands in Play in the Energy Sector

Press as Risk Factor in Mexico: Reputations and Brands in Play in the Energy Sector MEI REPORT 818 (HOUSTON) — On Sept. 12, 2016, The ...
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Public Policy Perspective (PPP) 10039: Policy Reform in Mexico’s Electric Sector, 1992-2016 — The market-oriented restructuring of Mexico’s electric sector during 2013-15 was built on the shoulders of the visionary work that the four prior presidential administrations had undertaken. To better appreciate the new market model for the electricity sector in Mexico, a quick review of the efforts of policymakers and legislators is in order. Read More…

Public Policy Perspective (PPP) 10038: Hydrocarbon Contract Matrix: Making Sense of Mexico’s Contract Models — This report examines each of the contract models set forth in Mexico’s hydrocarbon legislation. The Mexican concept of license is contrasted with the U.S. concept of lease (as applied in federal waters). Read More…

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  • LEXICAL DATABASE OF MEXICO’S ENERGY SECTOR. Beginning in 2014, the new energy legislation of Mexico introduced hundreds of new terms and redefined many others. Some of these terms are not yet legally defined, such as Empresa Productiva del Estado. The database, with upwards of 2000 terms, permits customized glossaries, such as the Bilingual Glossary of Mexico’s Power Industry (prepared for the Gulf Coast Power Association for its Mexico City conference held on May 2, 2016.).

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  • WORKSHOPS ON BILINGUAL PROFICIENCY FOR ENERGY PROFESSIONALS
    Workshops on Advanced English Proficiency have been held in Mexico in the private sector and in several government agencies, including CNH, CRE, Pemex and IMP. As an introduction to these workshops, we have prepared a video series. Drawing on linguistic theory and decades of listening to native Spanish speakers speak English, and native English speakers speak Spanish, these videos offer a fresh look at the challenges of bilingual proficiency.

Speakers of a 2nd language may go for decades without accurately hearing that language. With the help of linguistics, once the Mind is taught what to listen for, then the Ear begins to hear. Finally, when the Ear hears, the Vocal Cavity will echo what is heard in speech. Counter-intuitively, the starting point for learning to speak another language is to be found in understanding the phonological expectations of one’s native tongue.

Videos based on “The Thinking Person’s Guide to 2nd Language Acquisition.”

Watch Video #1

What are common issues in 2nd language acquisition? Why do native Spanish speakers say /es.treet/ and /es.top/? The fluid mechanics of language. The intervocalic consonant.

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The secret for knowing how to say Marco in English. The challenge of unfamiliar blended consonants in English.

 


 

To schedule an introductory presentation in the Houston area, contact George Baker at g.baker@energia.com.