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speaking - ma kuulen Hello,this is....speaking-...räägib Just a moment,i'll get him/her-üks hetk,ma kutsun ta Sorry,wrong number-vabandage,vale number what number are you calling from-mis numbrilt te helistate could i leave a message?-kas ma saan teate jätta? could i take a message?-kas ma saan midagiedasi õelda i'm afraid he's not in-ma kardan,et ta ei ole kohal i'll put you through to....-ma ühendan teid.
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English speaking countries

Its spoken in very many countries. For example many countries in Europe, Asia, America and even in Africa. In many of them it's spoken as an official language. But it's also spoken as the dominant (domineeriv, valdav) language. Nowadays you can go almost everywhere and you can make through everything when you know some English. But still, no matter in which country you go, they're still very different. For example Australia, United Kindgom and its parts Endland and Scotland. Australia is located in the Pacific ocean and it's sixth country in the world for it's size. It's total area is 7741220 km². This country doesn't have an official language, but it's national language is English. Australia has much lakes and rivers in it. More exactly about 68 920 km² is made up by lakes and rivers. Climate in australia is dampish and warm. Australia's capital is Canberra, but the largest c...

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"Learning and speaking foreign languages.."

"Learning and speaking foreign languages can open doors in my private life and professional life" The process of learning foreign languages can be very difficult and time-consuming, but knowing them is certainly very useful and important. Where and how is the ability of speaking foreign languages good for us? Speaking foreign languages in professional life is very important. Why should an employer prefer you to the other workers when you`re in the same level with them? Speaking foreign languages besides your native language helps you to stand out from the others workers and it gives you the advantage. I have noticed that if you searching a job in Estonia it ´s important to knowing foreign languages like english, russian and finnish, in many places it`s even compulsory. Knowing the foreign languages gives you the opportunity find the better job that you will love. Speaking foreign languages is very important in...

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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

Private School of Audentes Links between English speaking countries and Estonia Author: Kristin Liiv Supervisor: Mari Martma Tallinn 2006 2 Table of contents Introduction..........................................................................................................................4 First links............................................................................................................................. 5 20th century..........................................................................................................................5 Recognition.......................................................................................................................... 9 Conclusions........................................................................................................................10 References...

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English speaking countries

English speaking countries Ingrid Kaups X class Ireland The "Titanic'' made in Belfast Ireland Flag Orange- Irish Protestants Green- Irish Catholics White- peace Ireland No snakes in Ireland Wales Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level New Zealand The southernmost capital. 11 sheep per citizen . England Shortest war in 1896 Less than 38 minutes Scotland Scotland prints its own banknotes which are accepted all over the UK The Usa Alaskan purchase check Canada The large...

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English speaking countries - UK

It consist of Great Britain, the north- eastern part of the island of Ireland and many smaller islands. The capital of United Kingdom is London.The flag of the United Kingdom is the Union Flag The United Kingdom is a unitary state governed under a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system, with its seat of government in the capital city of London. It is a country in its own right and consists of four countries:: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales . The United Kingdom is a unitary state under a constitutional monarchy. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state of the UK as well as of fifteen other independent Commonwealth countries. The English channel is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Greate Britain from northern France and enjoys the Norht Sea to the Atlan...

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TOPICS FOR SPEAKING

TOPICS FOR SPEAKING CYLINDER FRAME The cylinder section of the engine consists of a number of cylinder blocks, which are tightened together with the engine frame and the bedplate by means of through- going stay bolts. Two central bores, one at the top and one halfway down inside the cylinder block, enclose the cylinder liner. The upper part of the cylinder block forms part of the cooling water space around the central part of the cylinder liner, whereas the lower part forms the scavenge air space. A central bore in the bottom of the cylinder block encloses the piston rod stuffing box. The bottom is double with a hollow space through which cooling water is circulated. On the exhaust side of the cylinder block there is a circular opening leading into the longitudinal scavenge air receiver of the engine. Furthermore, there is an inlet pipe for cooling and lubricating oil. The cylinder block is provided with cleaning and inspection covers for the cool...

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Poem

Universally speaking And there's a light on Heavy glow I saw your face By the way I tried to say Elegant and tired I'd be there... waiting for Cut up from the chase Dani the girl Still I so admired is singing songs to me Bloodshot your smile Beneath the marquee... overload Delicate and wild Give me she wolf style Rip right thru me Steak Knife Caro Shark Con Job Boot Cut [Pre-chorus] Silveretta the jets of a lifetime Skin that flick Go and get her ive got her on my mind She's such a little DJ Nothing better then feeling is so fine Get there quick Simply put I saw love stream flow By street but not the freeway turn that trick...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele ajavormid

Simple Present Present Progressive/Continious (99%) infinitive form of 'be' and verb + ing (3rd person singular: infinitive + 's') I speak I am speaking you speak you are speaking he / she / it speaks he / she / it is speaking we speak we are speaking they speak they are speaking Signal words: always, every, often, normally, usually, Signal words: at the moment, at this moment, today, sometimes, seldom, never, first, then now, right now, Listen!, Look! Rules · in general (regularly, often, never) · right now e...

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How does virtual communication influence our behaviour

The vast array of devices which allow us to communicate with each other, changes alongside with it. People have tried various ways of communicating with each other. Some of them have been successful breakthroughs, other rendered obsolete for their complexity and lack of usefulness. Now is the year 2010 and the Internet is everywhere. Many people carry it around in their pockets and some people cannot live a moment of their life without it. The grand amount of information, available for them on their fingertips, addicts them. Information is power and that is why people nowadays want to be everywhere, know everything and see everyone at once. Not many take the time to sit down, grab a pen and a piece of paper and write a letter for someone. A letter filled with thoughts, emotions and personality i...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Iirimaa

The republic of Ireland Class 10 Road signs New signs are in kilometric scale , but some old signs are still in mile scale There are multilangual signs Forests Ireland has only about 8 % of his whole land covered with forests. Centuries ago people destroyed the forests Now there is mostly peat. Economy 25 % of europe computers come from ireland Ireland had a big economic boom in late 20'th century but now its back on top Ireland has the second highest per capita income of any country in the EU next to Luxembourg Construction plays big part in Irish economy The weather Irish think there is 4 kinds of weather Typical Irish weather is few minutes rain , few minutes sun then again rain and so on Energy About 98% of Ireland's final energy is produced by burning coal, petroleum, peat, or natural gas Ireland has lately...

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Jamaica Presentation

JAMAICA The english speaking country · Jamaica is an island country situated in the Caribbean Sea, consisting of the third-largest island of the Greater Antilles (*The Greater Antilles is a grouping of the larger islands in the Caribbean Sea). · The flag consists of a gold saltire, which divides the flag into four sections: two of them green (top and bottom) and two black (hoist and fly). · black representing the strength and creativity of the people which has allowed them to overcome the odds, gold for the wealth of the country and the golden sunshine, and green for the lush vegetation of the island. · Coat of arms: On the dexter side a West Indian Native Woman holding in the exterior hand a Basket of Fruits and on the sinister side a West Indian Native Man supporting by the exterior hand a Bow all proper. · The motto : "Out of Many, One People" - as tribute to the unity of the different cultural min...

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English portfolio

The number of Baltic German students increased in Halle, the centre of German Pietism. One of the leaders of the movement, August Hermann Francke, also dispatched Pietist pastors to fill the numerous teaching posts at Estonian church and town schools left vacant by the Northern War. Pietism stressed individual religious experience and encouraged the faithful to read the Bible themselves. The Pietists thus strove to develop the Estonian language and religious literature. The full vernacular Bible appeared in 1739. The translators tried to eliminate the vast difference between the `country language' and `church language'. The Bible translation became the basic text that regulated the written Estonian language for more than a century. Despite its enormous impact on the development of the Estonian language, individualistic Pietism found a direct response primarily among the German-speaking clergy and nobility. The Estonian peasantry appears to have welcomed the movement of the Moravian Brethren which had started in Herrnhut in Saxony. In contrast to the Pietism, emphasizing penitence in the spirit of the Old Testament, the christocratic theological approach of the Moravians made them an optimistic and popular movement. This began to spread widely among Estonian 5|Page peasants in the 1730s, when the founder of the movement, Count Nikolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf, visited Estonia. As in its ministries elsewhere, the Estonian Moravian organization was based on Zinzendorf's congregational administration which divided each congregation into so-called choirs. The Moravian movement offered Estonian peasants new areas of activity and possibilities for self- development. The social standing and consciousness of the elite of congregation heads (school...

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Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

Finally, someone punches him to the head with something and he passes out on the couch. During all of this Freddie also arrived there and explained the whole thing to Aggie and they make up. Later at home Lord Emsworth lets his butler to call Freddie and ask how his script ended. 3) Pig-hoo-o-o-o-ey! : This story begins with the pig man at Blandings castle being put to jail. When the pig does not eat anymore because of that then Lord Emsworth starts to worry about it and starts searching for solutions. At the same time a young relative of his, Angela, is brought to the castle by his sister to be kept away from flirting with a lower class man. Also, his sister tells Lord Emsworth to meet with the man and tell him that if they should marry, Angela will not have any money that she inherited for another 4 years. So he goes to London to meet him. While speaking with him, he gets on the subject of pigs and finds out that the man used to be a pig caller. So he teaches Lord Emsworth the universal pig call, which is supposed to call any pig to its manger and make it eat. After hearing it Lord Emsworth rushes out without even speaking a word on the matter he was sent there. During the trip back he falls asleep and forgets the call. When he gets back, his sister calls him all sorts of names but Lord Emsworth notice it, he is trying to remember the call. After a while he remembers it and goes to try it with his butler and Angela. While doing so, the man Angela wanted to marry steps out of the wood. Lord Emsworth tells him that if he can get the pig to eat, they have his blessing on the marriage. So the man takes a deep breath and shouts out Pig-hoo-o-o-o-ey. And magically the pig starts to eat. 4) Company for Gertrude: The fourth story starts out with Freddie...

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English Grammar - The most common tenses in English

verbs (to then love, to hate, to think, etc.) future meaning: timetables, programmes something is happening at the same time of speaking or around it Now I'm working to be at the (amareis) he's Present moment + infinitive working Progressive future I'm going Look! + ing meaning: he's going Listen! when you have already decided and arranged to do it (a fixed plan, date) Past last ... action took infinitive + I worked Simple ... ago place in the -ed he worked in 1990 past, mostly I went connected...

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"Mälestusnäitus" Retsensioon

aastal Viljandis Haridus: 1993 ­ 1995 magistriõpe Eesti Kusntiakadeemias, kaitses M.A. 1988 ­ 1993 Eesti Kunstiakadeemia graafikaosakond. 2003. aastast EKA vabade kunstide dekaan. Personaalnäitused: 2004 ­ "John Smith Narvas" (koos Kaido Olega) Narva kunstigalerii; "Kõnelevad majad" Arton galerii Budapestis; Rekalde, Bilbaos; "Verine Olümpia" Hobusepea galerii, "Üle Merkuuri Jõe" Pärnu Linnagalerii; 2003 ­ "Design Jet 5000" (koos Kaido Olega) Viviann Napi galerii; "Marko und Kaido by John Smith". Eesti paviljon Veneetsia biennaalil; "Tunded" Vaala galerii; "John Smith. Marko und Kaido" (koos Kaido Olega) Tallinn Kusntihoone; 2002/2003 "John Smith Raplas" (koos Kaido Olega) Rapla Linnaraamatukogus; 2002 ­ "Mistakes YforZ" (koos Lucy Harrisoni ja Pete Neviniga) Rotermanni soolalaos; "...

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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

Mann are shocked, and after the beadle leaves for London, Mrs. Mann locks Dick in the closet. When Mr. Bumble gets to London, he sees a flyer asking for any information past or present on Oliver Twist. He answers the ad, and tells Mr. Brownlow terrible things about Oliver and his childhood. Mr. Bumble is disappointed, pays the beadle, and says that he never wants to here anyone mention the name Oliver Twist again. Chapter 18: Fagin chastised Oliver the next day and locked him back in his room for a few more days. After that period of time passed, he was allowed to wander around the house by himself when no one was home all day with nothing to do but think. One night, Dodger asked Oliver to shine his shoes for him, and happy to have company, he consented. While doing so, Oliver listened as they tried to convince him to learn all he could from Fagin about theft, because it was a good profession for him. Fagin heard them speaking thus, and gave his own speech to them all including a new thief that had come in, Tom Chitling. From that day forward, Oliver was not left alone and was thankful for it. Instead, Fagin was slowly teaching him the ways of thievery by training him that their black company was still better than being completely alone. 3 Chapter 19: Fagin left the house where the boys slept and went to visit Mr. Sikes. Upon arrival, he found Nancy along with the other thief. He was not happy she was there just because he was afraid she would go nuts on him again. Sikes and he discussed a job they had been planning, and Sikes said it was doomed to fail because their "flash" man, Toby Crackit, could get no one to open the door for them. They then decided that they would use a small boy to enter the house and open the door for them. Nancy gue...

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Fridrick douglass

In 1881, he was appointed Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. His wife (Anna Murray Douglas) died in 1882, leaving him in a state of depression. His association with the activist Ida B. Wells brought meaning back into his life. In 1884, Douglass married Helen Pitts, a white feminist from Honeoye, New York. Pitts was the daughter of Gideon Pitts, Jr., an abolitionist colleague and friend of Douglass. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College (at that time Mount Holyoke Female Seminary), Pitts had worked on a radical feminist publication named Alpha while living in Washington, D.C.. Frederick and Helen Pitts Douglass faced a storm of controversy as a result of their marriage, since she was a white woman and nearly 20 years younger than he. Both families recoiled; hers stopped speaking to her; his was bruised, as they felt his marriage was a repudiation of their mother. But individualist feminist Elizabeth Cady Stanton congratulated the two.[1] The new couple traveled to England, France, Italy, Egypt and Greece from 1886 to 1887. In later life, Douglass was determined to ascertain his birthday. He was born in February of 1816 by his own calculations, but historians have found a record indicating his birth in February of 1818. In 1892 the Haitian government appointed Douglass as its commissioner to the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition. He spoke for Irish Home Rule and on the efforts of Charles Stewart Parnell. He briefly revisited Ireland in 1886. Death On February 20, 1895, Douglass attended a meeting of the National Council of Women in Washington, D.C. During that meeting, he was brought to the platform and given a standing ovation by the audience. Shortly after he returned home, Frederick Douglass...

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Proseminar

0 AP Kab. 420 03.09.2002. Writing a term paper (this spring) and graduation paper. To get a pass: one written task (part of introduction, thesis statement) Term paper should be printed (20-25 pages long). Graduation paper should be printed (50-60 pages long). First write term paper, and choose a topic right now (theme of term paper later will be developed into graduation paper). Rights: we have a right to have a supervisor. Supervisor writes on the front page "Lubatud kaitsmisele". You need time to: 1. read the theory 2. collect material 3. regularity (1-2 hours a day deal with your paper) The first draft of term paper should be ready by March. Supervisors are: 1. Suliko Liiv (country study, grammar, contrastive studies, methodology) 2. Liliana Skopinskaja (methodology) 3. Jaanika Marley (foneetika, methods) 4. Ene Alas (translation, meth...

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Stilistika loeng

420 2 AP Ends with an exam; lasts only for 1 semester. At the exam you get 2 questions and an exercise (50 sentences: establish the device used, recognize it, and name it). Care about the pronunciation of the terms. Books: - I. Galperin "Stylistics" - I. Ladusseva "Rhythm and Text" - I. Ladusseva "Vocabulary and Style" - I. Ladusseva "Stylistic practice: Book I, Book II" - I. Ladusseva "A Guide to Punctuation" EXAMINATION TOPICS: 1. Style, stylistics, a survey of stylistic studies...

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Lexical and syntactic stylistic devices

LEXICAL STYLISTIC DEVICES Based on: interaction of lexical and interaction of denotational interaction of primary circumlocution other cases contextual meaning and emotional meaning and secondary meaning 1. EPITHET 1. METAPHOR ­ indicates individual 1. ZEUGMA 1. PERIPHRASIS 1. BATHOS ­ based on similarity of 2 evaluation of sth. Logical ­ "to join" ­ w-d is ­ use of longer ­ spoiling the lofty effect. Function notions, hidden comparison at...

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