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Business letter

Erki nool 30 Lõnga EE3002 Tartu Tel:...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

Estonian on in comparison to English is a language that is spoken only by approximately 1 million people. On the other hand English in comparison to Estonian is a very young language. According to Wikipeia online dictionary, English is an Anglo-Frisian language brought to south-eastern Great Britain in the 5th century AD by Germanic settlers from various parts of northwest Germany (Saxons, Angles). Estonian in comparison is a language that has been spoken in the area of present day Estonia for more than 4000 years, Meri (1976). 4 First links Although written evidence of regular links between Estonia and England date back only into the beginning of the 20 th century, it is clear that there have been li...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Orgin of Names of the Months

March Martinus Named after the god Mars. April Aprilis Named either after the goddess Aphrodite or the Latin word aperire, to open. May Maius robably named after the goddess Maia. June Junius Probably named after the goddess Juno. July Julius Named after Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.E. Prior to that time its name was Quintilis from the word quintus, fifth, because it was the 5th month in the old Roman calendar. August Agustus Named after emperor Augustus in 8 B.C.E. Prior to that time the name was Sextilis from the word sextus, sixth, because it was the 6th month in the old Roman calendar. September September From the word septem, seven, because it was the 7th month in the old Roman calendar. October October From the word octo, eight, because it was the 8th month in the old Ro...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 4.osa-Ben Edwards

Many musicians get caught up in learning crazy chords or playing speedy scales. This can often lead to the neglect of rhythm which is the basis for all music. Remember in the last lesson we talked about warming up and using the correct fingering. Before you start this lesson, just try another one of these warm up fingering drills. This following warm up exercise involves the 6th, 5th and 4th strings (three thickest strings). Once again I would like you to use correct fingering when you are playing this. Remember your index finger is number 1, you middle finger is number 2, your ring finger is number 3 and your pinky is number 4. Play in down strokes and take your time. Try and make each note ring clear. Remember it is better to play slowly and accurately than to sound muddy and unclear. Video and Audio Available: Dial U...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Lõputööde vormistamine

EESTI MAAÜLIKOOL Tehnikainstituut Viljo Viljasoo, Triinu Nõu, Mariko Pedaja ÜLIÕPILASTÖÖDE KOOSTAMISE JA VORMISTAMISE JUHEND The Guide for Composing and Presentation of Undergraduate Works Tartu 2008 ABSTRACT Viljo Viljasoo, Triinu Nõu, Mariko Pedaja. The Guide for Co...

Riskianalüüs - Eesti Maaülikool
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Inglismaa

They were cave-dwellers at first. This way of life was replaced by the invaders from the Mediterranean lands. These men were the first farmers. In about 500 BC came the people whose homeland was near the Rhine River. These were the Celts. The Roman invasion began in 43AD. The Romans were highly organized conquerors. They built good roads, baths and bridges. The Romans stayed in the British Isles up to the 5th century. The remarkable thing about the Romans is that, despite their long occupation of Britain, they left very little behind. Most of the villas and temples the impressive network of roads and the cities they founded, including Londinium, 4 were soon destroyed. The next invaders were the Anglo-Saxons. They came from nowadays Germany, Holland and Denmark...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Old English Literature

1.) How is literature analysed and studied? What is the difference between the diachronic and synchronic view? Literature is studied and analysed by reading the piece of work profoundly and work on all the aspects of the piece. Diachronic is development in history Synchronic is particular state at any given moment 2.) Giv...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Nirvana - referaat

NIRVANA Sissejuhatus Nirvana oli bnd, mis li uuesti ellu pungi, minnes muusikaajalukku legendina. Laulja Kurt Cobain ja bassimngija Chris Novoselic tegid nii kommertsraadio sbralikku kui ka rasket rocki. Nirvana muusika on agressiivne ja suunatud inimeste vastu, keda Cobain vihkas vi armastas. Kuna Nirvana tegi grunge-muusikat, on nen...

Muusika - Põhikool
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London’s early history.

This Gunpowder Plot failed. In 1625 Charles I came to the throne. Civil war broke out in1642 between supporters of the king and the parliamentary forces, led by Puritan called Oliver Cromwell. Charles I was beheaded in1649 and Britain became a republic known as the Commonwealth. In 1660 the monarchy retuned. Saxons and Vikings Later in the 5th century, Saxons settled just west of Londinium and formed the town of Lundenwic. It was raided by Danish Vikings in the 9th century. Alfred the Great defeated the Vikings in 886 and rebuilt the Roman city. In 1016 the Vikings triumphed again ruled until 1042, when Edward the Confessor took over. THE PEOPLE OF LONDON London is a growing city with a populats...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Hiina

4% for the past 25 years.[57] At the end of 2005, the PRC became the fourth largest economy in the world by exchange rate, and the second largest in the world after the United States by purchasing power parity at US$8,158 trillion.[58] But with its large population this still gives an average GDP per person of only an estimated US$8,000 (2006), about 15th that of the United States. Mainland China has a reputation as being a low-cost manufacturer, which caused notable disputes in global markets. This is largely because Chinese corporations can produce many products far more cheaply than other parts of Asia or Latin America, and because expensive products produced in developed countries like the United States are in large part uncompetitive compared to European or Asian goods. Another factor is...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajaloo eksamiküsimused

It is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world and is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. The surrounding circular, earth bank and ditch, have been dated to about 3100 BC. Stonehenge was produced by a culture with no written language. Many aspe...

Inglise keel kõnelevate maade... - Tartu Ülikool
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Topic - Great Britain

Tallinn English College Topic Great Britain 2007 1. Introduction The official name of Great Britain is `the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (or short United Kingdom)' The population is about 60.4 million. The capital is London. Other biggest cities include Birmingham, Bristol, Portsmouth, Glasgow and Swansea. English is th...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Libraries

Things were pretty same in temple records on papyrus in Ancient Egypt. The earliest discovered private archives were kept at Ugarit (which is located in today's Syria). Besides inventories, texts of myths may have been standardized for teaching new scribes. Private or personal libraries made up of nonfiction and fiction books first appeared in Greece. The first ones appeared some time near the 5th Century BC. Libraries were filled with parchment and papyrus scrolls. There were a few institutional or royal libraries like the Library of Alexandria which were open to an educated public but on the whole, collections were private. In Persia, many libraries were established bu royalty and the Persian Kings. Among the first ones was a royal library in Isfahan. One of the most important public libraries established around 667 AD in Iran...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - London

The next heavily-planned London prospered and surpassed Colchester (another major city at the time) as the capital of the Roman province of Britannia. At its height in the 2nd century, Roman London had a population of about 60,000. However, by the 3 rd century, the city fell into a decline due to trouble in the Roman Empire and by the 5th century, it was largely abandoned. But, under the control of various English kings, London once again prospered as an international trading centre. However, Viking raids began in the late 10 th century and reached a head when they took the city under Danish king Canute and forced the then-English king to flee. Years later, following a victory at the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror was crowned King of England in the newly-finished Westmins...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Saxons & Vikings

British landlords ruled small, unstable kingdoms and continued some Roman traditions of governance. In the mid-5th cent, Vertigern, a British leader, hired Germanic mercenaries to help defend against peoples of the north (Picts & Scots). In the end they revolted & the process of invasion and settlem...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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10 päeva päevik

Only me and two of my friends were left .So we talked about relations and feelings between our classmates. Geography olympiad on 24 October Friday morning, music lesson and bleeding nose.That's how I started my day. Probably I was so nervous and frightened that day because of Geography. I didn't want to go there and didn't have time study anything for it. So on 5th lesson, when everyone's school was already finished, my nightmare started. I was very hungry, nose was still bleeding and my body was shaking.So it started, teacher gave me 5 papers full of exercises to answer.It took me two hours to finish these exercises.I stood up and gave my work to the teacher and left the school. I didn't want to think about it because in my opinion it went very badly. I had written some random thoughts that came to my mind...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Eutanaasia

xxx Gümnaasium Eutanaasia Referaat Xxx ja xxx 10 H klass Jüri 2008 SISUKORD 1. Eutanaasia 3 2. Eutanaasia tõlgendused 5 3. Elu lõpp ja inimese postisioon ühiskonnas 6 Kokkuvõte 1. Eutanaasia Eutanaasia - on lihtne ja kiire ning humaanne viis aidata neid kes abi vajavad selles valdkonnas. Samuti on...

Psühholoogia - Keskkool
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Tallinn

Tallinn Tallinn, the capital of the republic of Estonia, is situated on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, in north Estonia. It has nearly half a milion inhabitants and covers an area of almost 160 sqkm. The largest lake in Tallinn is Lake Ülemiste. It is the main source of the city's drinking water. The first inhabitants are believed to have come here 3500 years ago.Tallinn was first me...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Temperate deciduous forests, woodlands and shrub

Although the canopy is quite thick, it does allow sunlight to reach the forest floor, which encourages the other layers to grow. The 2nd layer: saplings and shorter kinds of trees The 3rd layer, or understorey: shrubs. The 4th layer: forest herbs, such as wildflowers and berries. In spring, before the leaves develop on the deciduous trees, these herbs bloom and grow quickly while they are getting a lot of sunlight. The 5th layer: mosses and lichens that grow on tree trunks. Lianas such as wild grape, poison ivy, and Virginia creeper climb the trees to flower and fruit high in the forest canopy. Plant adaptations: The plants have adapted so that they can survive in this biome. The leaves of deciduous trees are broad and quite light. This gives the leaves a bigger surface to capture sunlight to help produce food for the plant. This is called photosynthesis. When...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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London - sillad, tornid, ajalugu

At the end of the 7th century, it was built in stone by Erkenwald, Bishop of London. In 962 and 1087, the Cathedral was destroyed by fires, but each time it was rebuilt. By that time, it was one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Rebuilding and extensions in the 13th and 14th century enlarged the cathedral even more. But disaster struck again on the night of the 2nd of September 1666, when the great fire of London destroyed 45th of all of London, wiping 13,200 houses and 89 churches, including the St. Paul's Cathedral off the map. In 1669, Christopher Wren designed the so-called 'Great Model' for the new St. Paul's Cathedral. In this model, the cathedral was shaped like a Greek cross, with a portico, consisting of Corinthian columns, on the entrance. The model was topped by a striking large dome, the largest in the world after Michelangelo's dome of the St. Peter's Basil...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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