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Ethics Vocabulary Word List (353)
A)Ability, Above-board, Accepting, Accommodating, Acknowledgment, Action, Active, Activity, Admission, Adorable, Allegiance, Altruism, Amiable, Amicable, Anxious, Appreciative, Articulate, Aspiration, Asset, Attentive, AttitudeB)Behavior, Benevolent, Bold, Bonding, BraveC)CARING, Character, Charity, Charm, Chaste, Cheerful, CITIZENSHIP, Civility, Clean, Coherent, Comfortable, Commitment, Common-sense, Communicative, Community, Compassionate, Compatible, Compliments, Comportment, Compromising, Conduct, Confidant, Confidence, Conflicted, Conscientious, Conservative, Consideration, Control, Conviction, Cooperation, COOPERATIVE, Cordiality, Courage, COURAGEOUS, Courteous, Creative, Creativity, Critical, CuriosityD)Decent, Decision, Decorous, Defensive, Deferential, Dependable, Desire, Determination, Devoted, Dignity, Diligent, Diplomatic, DISCIPLINE, Discreet, Distinction, Distracted, Docile, Doctor, Donation, Donor, Duty, Dynamic, DynamismE)Earnest, Efficient, Egotistical, Empathetic, EMPATHY, Encouragement, Energetic, Engaging, Engender, Enrichment, Enthusiastic, Esteemed, Estimable, Ethical, Euphoric, Evaluate, Exclusive, Expectant, Experience, ExtrovertF)FAIRNESS, Faith, Faithful, Famous, Feeling, Finite, Flexible, Focus, Forgiving, Forte, Fortitude, FriendshipG)Generosity, Genial, Genteel, Gentle, Genuine, Gift, Goodness, Government, Grace, Gracious, Grandiose, Gratitude, Guidance, GuiltyH)Happy, Hard work, Healing, Health, Helpfulness, High road, HONESTY, Honor, Honorable, Hopeful, Humanity, Humble, Humility, HumorI)Idealistic, Impartiality, Industrious, Informative, Ingenuous, Inherent, Innocence, Innocent, Innovative, Insightful, Inspirational, Instructive, INTEGRITY, Intense, Intention, Introvert, Intuitive, Inventive, InvestigativeJ)Jealousy, Jocular, Jocund, Jolly, Jovial, Joyful, Jubilant, Judgment, Judicious, JustK)Kind, KINDNESS, Kindred, Kinship, KnowledgeL)Laughter, Lawyer, Legitimacy, Liberal, Listener, Loving, LOYALTYM)Manners, Mastery, Meritorious, Meticulous, Missionary, Modesty, Mood, Morals, Motivation, MotiveN)Naive, Nice, Noble, NormO)Obedience, Observant, Open, Open-minded, Opinionated, Opportunist, Optimism, Orderly, Oriented, OutspokenP)PATIENCE, Patient, Patriot, Peacemaker, Perceptive, Perseverance, Persistence, Personable, Personal, Philanthropic, Philosophical, Placid, Poise, Polite, Popular, Potential, Powerful, Practice what you preach, Praise, Precept, Pressure, Prideful, Principled, Priorities, Professional, Prolific, Promptness, Proper, PUNCTUAL, PurposefulQ)Quality, Qualm, Quest, Quick, QuiescentR)Rational, Realist, Reasonable, Recognition, Record, Refined, Reflective, Regard, RELIANCE, Religious, Remorseful, Resilience, Resolute, Resourcefulness, RESPECT, Respectful, Respectful, RESPONSIBILITY, Responsible, Responsive, Reverent, Right, RulesS)Sagacious, Sage, Samaritan, Self-esteem, Sensible, Sensitive, Sharing, Sincerity, Skill, Sober, Solemn, Solitary, Special, Speculation, Sportsmanship, Staunchness, Steer, Stoic, Strategy, Success, Successful, SupportiveT)Tactful, Talent, Teamwork, Temperament, Temperate, Tenacious, Tendency, Tender, Thoughtfulness, TOLERANCE, Tolerant, Tone, Trait, Tranquil, TRUSTWORTHY, TruthfulU)Ultimate, Understanding, Unique, United, Unity, Upright, Upstanding, UtilitarianV)Values, Veracious, Veracity, Versatile, Verve, Vigilant, Vigorous, Virtuous, Visible, Vision, Vivacious, Vocal, VolunteerW)Warm, Watchful, Welcoming, Well-meaning, Wild, Willingness, Winning, Winsome, Wisdom, Wise, Worker, Worrier, Worthwhile, WorthyX)Y)Yearning, Yielding, Yourself, YouthfulZ)Zany, Zeal, Zealous, Zest
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Reflection Comments Life is chúng tôi we do not have much time to gladden the hearts of those who travel with us. chúng tôi must be swift to love and make haste to be kind! (anonymous)
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Examples of ethics or character? 1. Give/make a gift for someone just because…, 2. Remember to say, I love you. 3. Donate your time to volunteer 4. Listen carefully to others 5. Visit a convalescent or nursing or retirement home 6. Email or write to a friend/relative just to say hello! 7. Give blood 8. Smile before asking someone to do something 9. Remember to say thank you 10. Participate in donations to charities 11. Hug a friend just because… 12. Observe and respect laws 13. Remind a friend not to drink and drive 14. Call home 15. Respect the Earth 16. Pray for others 17. Do not smoke 18. Encourage others… 19. Recycle products at home and at work 20. If you borrow something, return it
Business Ethics: Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Do you think you have strong business ethics? If you’re like most people, you probably think you do.
But have you ever been put to the test?
Have you caught your boss telling a lie?
Found a discrepancy in the books of your biggest client?
Overheard an associate promise a service your firm couldn’t possibly deliver?
Saint Leo University Assistant Professor Joe Little, who teaches ethics as part of a course in business law, says it’s not what you learn in the classroom that determines your ethics; it’s what you do when confronted with a decision.
“Ethics depends on what you choose to do,” he says.
Ethics purposely integrated
At Saint Leos’ Donald R. Tapia School of Business, ethics is such an important topic it’s purposely integrated into every course offered through both on-ground and online business degree programs. In fact, ethics is part of the core curriculum across all disciplines and integrity – in word and deed – is one of the university’s core values.
“Saint Leo takes it to the nth degree,” says Little, a practicing attorney for more than 20 years. “We really emphasize, particularly with professionals, that your actions and reputation will follow you.”
Little takes a theoretical approach to the study of business ethics. His lessons, including those aimed at students earning an online business degree, focus on three main theories as a framework for judging right or wrong decisions.
One theory is that a corporation’s job is to make money, and as long as the corporation is not deceptive, it has a responsibility to make as much money as it can. This theory, attributed to American economist Milton Friedman, is known as the moral minimum theory, is “absolutely not in vogue anymore,” according to Little.
Another – which says that every action should be judged based on how it would sound to others if it appeared on the front page of the newspaper – is a “prescription for doing the right thing,” says Little. Known as the transparency theory, it is attributed to American business magnate Warren Buffett.
Taking into consideration the concerns of any parties that can be affected by a decision, including employees, the community and customers, as well as investors, is the premise for the third theory – the stakeholder theory.
We talked with Little about ethics and education, and here’s what he had to say.
Why are ethics so important in business today?
Isn’t ethics purely a matter of character?
Can a business really be successful and ethical?
How did you become an ethics educator?
Is teaching ethics something new?
Little: Every modern business textbook today has chapters on ethics – it’s built in. Sometimes the topic is concrete, such as in the field of law, where professionals are held accountable to a code of ethics.
How do you teach a person business ethics?
Little: It has to be directed at an action. A student has to be confronted with a decision to be made for it to make sense. For example: What does a junior accounting fraud investigator do when he becomes aware that a senior partner has juggled the numbers? With a question, the student becomes the moral agent. I don’t think you can teach it any other way.
Can you give some examples of ethical dilemmas in business?
Little: One example is when a forensic accountant becomes aware of bad numbers. The accountant has a moral obligation to track it down – whether it’s a firm the accountant is auditing or the accountant’s own firm. You can’t turn a blind eye.
In marketing, as another example, there’s a fine line between bolstering a product and being deceitful. We teach students that being deceitful will definitely come back to haunt them.
How does Saint Leo integrate ethics into its online business curriculum?
Little: All exercises or projects always have an ethical aspect as part of the evaluation. Also, internships are monitored very closely and students are asked directly if they had to make a tough choice, and if they did how they dealt with it.
Ethics is purposely integrated throughout the core curriculum. You can’t teach ethics in the abstract; you have to flesh it out and have situations to apply it to.
How does the emphasis on ethics in Saint Leo’s School of Business reflect the university’s core values?
Little: It’s unavoidable. Anyone who walks into the School of Business will see the university’s core values displayed in the lobby, and companies offering internships are told up front that this is what we try to foster.
Are there examples you use with your students of particularly unscrupulous companies?
Are you seeing a shift in the market and in the attitudes of students with regard to ethics?
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10 Beautiful Japanese Words To Add To Your Vocabulary List
A deep love for books that dips into the philosophical.
Daydreams and nostalgia.
Words have the power to evoke all those feelings.
And in Japanese, there are words for all the fleeting feelings we described above-and more.
If you’re learning Japanese, you probably don’t need to be told that it’s a beautiful language. You already know.
Instead, we’d like to introduce you to a collection of beautiful Japanese words that we love, and you’re sure to enjoy too.
But first, what exactly makes a word “beautiful”?
What Makes a Japanese Word Beautiful?
What makes one word more beautiful than another? Here are a few factors that turn a Japanese word from a tool for communication into a work of art:
The way it rolls off the tongue.
English has its own set of words that are just pleasant to say. Nefarious. Equinox. Supine. Something about certain words can make one feel tingly right down to the bone.
Some Japanese words have a similar effect, even if you’re not a native speaker.
Aesthetically pleasing kana.
Japanese kanji, hiragana and katakana are incredibly beautiful alphabets to read and write. But some kana for particular words are especially beautiful-almost like an elegant drawing.
A unique and beautiful meaning not commonly found in the English language.
English can sometimes be a pretty limiting language. For example, our word for “love” is pretty much just “love.” In Hebrew, though, there are many other words for different types of love, such as lustful love, love of God, platonic love, etc.
Similarly, Japanese has words for things that you’ll never find in the English language, which is pretty fascinating and beautiful in itself!
Add these beautiful words to your vocabulary, use them in everyday conversation or simply keep them close to your heart as a reminder of the beauty of the Japanese language.
Better yet, add them to a literal vocabulary list on FluentU.
Definition: A word that sounds sweet and pleasant to the ear.
Ironically, our first beautiful Japanese word on this list can be used to describe beautiful Japanese words.
This expression is often used when someone says a word that’s audibly beautiful, but sometimes couples will use it when one of them compliments the other.
Person 1: 私の名前は日光です。(わたし の なまえ は にっこう です。) Person 1: My name is Sunshine.
Definition: The act of buying too many books and never reading them.
Many of us are guilty of this bad habit, but unfortunately, there’s no word for it in the English language.
While the meaning of this Japanese word is pretty unique, its sound is also beautiful: It rolls off the tongue and is just very pleasant to say out loud. Try it!
Definition: A cold fragrant wind that arrives shortly before wintertime.
In most places around the world, autumn is chilly. However, towards the end of October or even early November in Japan, there’s a cold, brisk and bitter wind that signals the beginning of colder weather.
If you’re outside at just the right moment to feel it, you’ll know that winter is on the way. This Japanese word beautifully represents the end of a season. Although this kind of wind occurs in many parts of the United States, there’s no word for it in English.
Definition: A mother who always relentlessly forces to her child towards academic achievement.
Maybe this isn’t the most beautiful word in the Japanese language, but it’s certainly a unique-and culturally relevant-term.
Depending on who you talk to, 教育ママ could be a very endearing and comedic term or a downright disastrous one.
In English, this word roughly translates to “educational mother.” This is typically an overbearing, obsessively supportive mother in Japan. An expression that’s close in meaning is “helicopter parent,” though the connotation is a bit different.
These moms are often stereotyped as air-headed but endearing women who tend to embarrass their kids by always bringing them to school, attending teacher conferences religiously, poking into parties to serve snacks, etc.
This term can also be an insult, as some of these mothers aren’t very well-meaning but rather are attempting to achieve financial and academic success vicariously through their children. Through the last decade, sometimes the 教育ママ are blamed for social phobias in young people.
Definition: “I will always protect you.”
This term is typically said by a romantic partner to their beloved.
You wouldn’t throw this out to just anybody. Reserve it for a tender moment between yourself and someone you’ve been dating for a while.
Definition: A wise and beautiful phrase that means “It just can’t be helped.”
When life gets rough and we blame ourselves for how things have ended up, remember this very smart and very true phrase often used by Japanese people.
The phrase describes the unpredictability of life and lack of control human beings really have in the grand scheme of things. People die, we lose friends, breakups happen, jobs are lost, economies crumble.
Remember that sometimes, things just can’t be helped.
Person 1: 最近、彼は失業したんだよ。(さいきん、かれ は しつぎょう したんだ よ。) Person 1: He lost his job recently.
Person 2: しょうがないよ。 Person 2: It can’t be helped.
Definition: To daydream longingly.
When someone’s staring out a window, paying no attention to the world, lost in their own thoughts-that’s ぼけっと.
It can be an endearing term or an annoying one, especially when a student isn’t paying attention to their teacher.
ぼけっとしないで！ Quit your daydreaming!
Definition: This essentially means “nostalgia,” but particularly nostalgia that occurs when something triggers memories from a specific season.
The term roughly translates to “seasonal tradition.” If the smell or sight of something reminds you of a particular season, it’s a 風物詩 moment.
Definition: The smell of rain before it begins to fall.
It’s worth noting that this is actually a borrowed word from English. “Petrichor” is the English word for the smell of rain and this Japanese word is a katakana borrowed from it.
Still, in either language, it’s a beautiful and pleasant thing you’ve probably experienced (unless you’re one of the 10% who can’t smell it -in which case, we’re so sorry!).
Person 1: いい香り だ。(いい かおり だ。) Person 1: What a lovely aroma.
Definition: Ineffable, impossible. It can also mean “too grand or powerful to describe in words.”
This term is usually used for something that’s totally impossible and unfeasible.
It can also be used to describe the grandness and indescribable nature of space, Earth, the heavens or anything that human beings can’t really grasp.
Are you entranced by these beautiful Japanese words? Remember, the more words you know, the closer to fluent you’ll become!
Emily Casalena is a published author, freelance writer and music columnist. She writes about a lot of stuff, from music to films to language.
Ielts Vocabulary: Words To Describe A Sport Person
DESCRIBE A SPORTS PERSON THAT YOU ADMIRE – Hãy miêu tả 1 người chơi thể thao mà bạn ngưỡng mộ
1. MY FAVOURITE SPORTS PLAYER IS ABSOLUTELY… : cầu thủ yêu thích của tôi là…
2. A PROFESSIONAL LEGEND PLAYER : cầu thủ huyền thoại chuyên nghiệp
3. TO BE CURRENTLY PLAYING FOR…. – hiện tại đang chơi cho đội nào đó
4. HE ORIGINALLY ROSE TO FAME IN ….(2009)- anh ấy bắt đầu nổi tiếng từ những năm…..
6. STRATEGISE MOVEMENTS – các bước di chuyển có chiến thuật
7. TEAM PRACTICES – thực hành cùng đội
8. SOLO PRACTICES- thực hành 1 mình
9. HAVE A PASSIONATE LOOK IN HIS EYES- vẻ đam mê được thể hiện rõ trong đôi mắt của anh ấy
10. CONTRIBUTE TREMENDOUSLY TO THE VICTORY OF MANCHESTER UNITED (MU) DURING THOSE YEARS – đóng góp cực kì to lớn cho chiến thắng của đội tuyển MU trong những năm đó.
11. MASSIVE ATTENTION BY THE MEDIA = MASSIVE SPROTS COVERAGE- sự thu hút cực lớn từ giới truyền thông
( Cô ấy là một trong những sử gia hàng đầu của Vương quốc Anh)
13. LEAGUE (n) /liːɡ/ : a group of teams playing a sport who take part in competitions between each other
( Liverpool đã dẫn đầu giải bóng đá năm đó)
14. A GRACEFUL / ELEGANT STYLE – lối chơi/ phong cách chơi quyến rũ, đẹp đẽ
15. A SKILLFULL PERFORMANCE- màn trình diễn điêu luyện
Example: My grandmother’s 89, but she’s as fit as a fiddle
( Bà ngoại của tôi 89, nhưng vẫn còn khoẻ mạnh vô cùng.)
18. SCORE A GOAL WITH HIS HEAD (HEADER)- bàn thắng ghi bằng cú đánh đầu
19. AGGRESSIVE (a) /əˈɡres.ɪv/ : behaving in an angry and violent way towards another person – hiếu chiến, hiếu thắng
( Đàn ông có xu hướng hiếu thắng hơn phụ nữ.
Example: If I criticize him, he gets aggressive and starts shouting.
( Nếu tôi chỉ trích anh ta, anh ta trở nên hung dữ và bắt đầu la hét)
( Người quản lý mới của câu lạc bộ là cựu tiền đạo người Anh)
22. GET THE HANG OF sth = become able to do something- bắt đầu có khả năng làm gì
23. TAKE UP THE CHALLENGES- bắt đầu thách thức
24. PUSH MYSELF TO THE LIMITS- thúc đẩy bản thân tối đa
25. HAVE A WHALE OF TIME = Having a fantastic time- có 1 thời gian tuyệt vời, vui vẻ
Example: I am having a whale of time and I hope you are, too.
( Tôi đã có một khoảng thời gian vui vẻ, và tôi mong bạn cũng vậy)
26. JUMP AT THE CHANCE = really like to do something- thực sự thích làm gì
27. KEEP IN SHAPE = stay in good physical condition- giữ dáng
28. SECURE A CONVINCING VICTORY- nắm giữ/ đảm bảo 1 chiến thắng đầy thuyết phục
29. A DERTERMINED PERFORMANCE- 1 màn trình diễn đầy quyết tâm
30. TO BE AWARDED A PENALTY – được tặng 1 quả phạt đền
31. TO BE GIVEN YELLOW CARDS- bị phạt thẻ vàng
32. GO WILD = become crazy with…- trở lên cuồng, hoang dã, nổi loạn
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