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Akadeemiline inglise keel - kodutöö grammar

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Kodutöö akadeemiline inglise keel

It could be argued that taking up cycling is very healthy for people. It supports people more to move and it is like doing a sport. Besides it is very good for environment. Thanks to using bicycles cities air will be cleaner and air is not such impure. Thanks to cleaner air people's can breathe better air. This is partly true, but taking up cycling instead of using a car is really more dangerous than use only cars. Thanks to taking up cycling traffic will go busier and messier. There is much different kind of movers in traffic and it makes traffic really dangerous. It is clear that it is not too dangerous. There are many cities where cycling is very popular, for example in Copenhagen. If this method will be chosen, city needs to build special cycling roads. Thanks to these roads traffic should be safer. More energy is used up taking items to recyclin...

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Artikli kokkuvõte akadeemilises inglise keeles „Understanding the Internet of Things (IoT)“

In the 2014 article, ,,Understanding the Internet of Things (IoT)" GSMA shares its vision of the evolution of The Internet of Things that will lead to the so-called Connected Life. The future of mobile connectivity goes beyond tablets and cars, allowing to connect virtually everything. It is assumed that there will be a significant rise of connected devices throughout the world, allowing the growth of new services, transforming the way people work and live. The lack of human interaction will probably cause the emergence of new business models and promote the delivery of services across diverse socio-economic sectors. A research by Machina Research predicts that the Internet of Things is likely to boost the economy by an enormous amount up to US$ 4.5 trillion yearly. The needs of variable industries are already met by the use of Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions using wireless networks. Being a relatively new sector, the M2M connection...

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"Õigus" teemalised Inglise keelsed õigusterminid

com388172484inka-test-flash-cards? i=25w06u&x=1jqY&fbclid=IwAR1qQksMLyeDlPJwkOTW_Fq18r1xJUkZrlbt6nX49ZocC _ojSaZoykYBJXk Prosecutor, judge, sworn advocate, notary NOTARY JUDGE PROSECUTOR SWORN ADVOCATE ATTORNEY-AT- LAW WHAT DO THEY A notary public of the A judge presides over The prosecutor has Attorney at law or DO? common law is a a courtroom, hearing three main tasks: attorney-at-law, public officer...

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Inglise keele sõnade seletused Marie Curie teksti kohta

Bereft ­ a simple past tense and past participle of bereave, to deprive 2. Cognition ­ the act or process of knowing, preception 3. Derive ­ to receive or obtain from a source or origin, in Chemistry to produce or obtain from another 4. Pitchblende ­ a major ore of uranium and radium 5. Deplorable ­ causing or being a subject for regret; very bad 6. Fission ­ the act of cleaving or splitting into parts 7. Harnessing ­ the combination of straps, bands, and other parts forming the working gear of a draft animal 8. Cripple ­ offensive way to say person who is disabled or impaired in ay way 9. Succumb ­ to give way to superior force 10.Hefty ­ heavy, weighty 11.Abode ­ a place in which a person resides; residence 12.Currents ­ a flowing; something that flows; moving in a certain direction 13.Dissymmetry ­ absence or lack of symmetry 14.Estrange ­ to turn away in feeling or affection 15.Cathode ­ the electrode or terminal by which c...

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Inglise keele kirjapraktika portfoolio

Poems Sea Warm, Cool Moving, Waving, Feeding Part of my happy dream Life Life Long, Hard Exiting, Full-filling, Never-ending Funny, Weird, Mad, Painful Trying, Hurting, Haunting Sad, Irrefutable Death 2. Short message a)note Dear Mike, Thank you for that amazing CD you gave me. It has changed my life and I love that band. Thank you! Love, Regina...

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150 New Word

Contone Pidevtoon 49. Conversion Teisendus 50. Courseware Õppevara 1. Abstract Abstraktne 51. Crash Kokku Jooksma 2. Abundant Rikkalik 52. Customizable Kohandatav 3. Accordance Vastavalt 53. Cybercrime Küberkuritegevus 4. Acid Rain Happevihm 54. Data Andmed 5. Acquaintance tuttav 55. Declarative Deklaratiivne 6. Acronym Akronüüm 56. Decode Dekrüpteerima 7. Actuator Ajur...

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Summary about Big Data

The presentation was divided into four topics. Starting with what is big data and briefly about it’s history, secondly discussed about it’s characteristics, nextly what can one do with big data and lasty the 5 big data challenges. Firstly the author brought out what does the term big data mean. Big data is a term for data sets that are so large or complex that traditional data processing application software is inadequate to deal with them. In the article „Big Data For SMBs“ the author mentioned that big data could be described with the three V-s: volume, velocity and variety. This paragraph talked about the amount, speed and variety of the data gathered. The author continued with big data opportunities. She brought out that by dipping into and analyzing big data, one can find out who the most valuable customers are, analyze c...

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Conventional medicine has little to learn from alternative medicine

In our modern world more and more people look for alternative medicine instead of taking conventional treatment. Which of these treatments is better or can they both be used effectively in different cases? It is generally understood that when having a severe condition or an emergency, conventional treatment is strongly needed. For example, in a case of a heart attack or a severed limb, it is vital to find a way to a hospital or surgeon in a hurry. Unlike alternative medicine, conventional medicine has proven effectiveness and is scientifically based, while alternative medicine has a lack of scientific basis and its results are not always consistent. On the other hand, alternative medicine is better when having relatively mild condition, such as headaches, then a doctor would probably write out pain killers. Not much help in the long term. Alternative medicine...

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Short and long term effects of alcohol

My name is NIMI. I'm going to talk about short and long term effects of alcohol consumption. Firstly I'll tell you about short term effects and then move on to long term effects. My presentation will take about 5 minutes. If you have any questions, you are welcome to ask them afterwards. Firstly I would focus on the short term effects of alcohol consumption. The amount and circumstances of alcohol consumption play a large part in determining the extent of intoxication; for instance, consuming alcohol after a heavy meal causes alcohol to absorb more slowly. Hydration also plays a role as for determining the extent of hangovers. Initially, alcohol produces feelings of relaxation and cheerfulness, but as a result of further consumption blurred vision and coordination problems generally occure. As far as cell membranes are concerned they are highly permeable to alcohol, once alcohol is...

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Presentatsioon mäesuuskadest

Making mountain skis · History · Different types · Most common materials · The Manufacturing Process Different types · Laminated ­ most common · Torsionbox ­ more expensive · Singleshell lightest History · Light wood, usually hickory or ash · Depletion of inexpensive wood · Metal skis became common in the mid1950s · Aluminum bottom tends to freeze · Modern solutions Most common materials · Outer part of the skis fiberglass, carbon fibers, epoxy · Polyethylene in the bottom part · Coat of wax for maintaining polyethylene · Edges ­ steel, usally hard tempered The Manufacturing Process · Milling the core - the material is put through a mill for precise cutting and finishing · Assembling the layers - the core and layers, are placed into a mold and then into a press. Heat and pressure result in a...

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A person who has committed a crime loses his/her right to be

A person who has committed a crime loses his/her right to be treated as an equal member of society In our society there is a lot of people who have an opinion, that a person who has committed a crime loses his/her right to be treated as an equal member of society. Life of these people become more complicated than life of people, who hasn´t been punished. There are many issues and problems that come up and bring among some difficulties. First of all, there is prejudice, that a person who has committed a crime will do it again and they are not trustful, therefore they are treated with caution. You have to earn a person´s trust to be in a good relation with him/her and it is hard if you know about someone´s past with criminal aspects. It is easier to be in a relation with people with good past and we often choose people with same views on life beside us. However, I think it is not always true, that a person who has committed a crime, doesn...

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Thiopental - naatriumitiopentaal

Mari-Liis Eha Chemical and Environmental Technology in Tallinn University of Technology 9 October 2012 SODIUM THIOPENTAL 1. Barbiturates 2. Sodium thiopental 3. Uses 4. Dosage in anesthetic use 5. Recovery 6. Side effects 9 October 2012 SODIUM THIOPENTAL VERB DEFINITION TRANSLATION Barbiturate Drugs that act as depressants Sedatiivse toimega uinuti Anesthetic Drug that causes reversible loss of tuimesti sensation Intravenous Within a vein Veenisisene (IV) To redistribute Chemical reaction involving ligand Ümberjaotus exchange To dissolve To pass into solution...

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Speculation about Shakespeare

Speculation about Shakespeare Authorship Main article: Shakespeare authorship question Around 150 years after Shakespeare's death, doubts began to be expressed about the authorship of the works attributed to him.[172] Proposed alternative candidates include Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, and Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.[173] Several "group theories" have also been proposed.[174] Only a small minority of academics believe there is reason to question the traditional attribution,[175] but interest in the subject, particularly the Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship, continues into the 21st century. [176] Religion Main article: Shakespeare's religion Some scholars claim that members of Shakespeare's family were Catholics, at a time when Catholic practice was against the law.[177] Shakespeare's mother, Mary Arden, certainly came from a pious Catholic family. The strongest evidence might be a Catholic statement of faith si...

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Passive

2 Tenses in the Passive Voice ................................................................ 2 Modal Verbs and Future in the Passive Voice ................................. 3 The Passive with ’gethave’ ................................................................ 4 When to use the Passive ..................................................................... 5 Verbs with two objects ........................................................................ 5 The Passive with ’bywith’ .................................................................. 6 Talking about what other people say ................................................ 6 The Passive Voice The subject is the starting point of the sentence, the thing we are talking a...

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Conditionals

2 A. Real Conditionals ............................................................. 2 B. Unreal Conditionals ......................................................... 3 Linking words used in Conditionals ...................................... 4 Conditionals Conditions deal with imagined situations: some are possible, some are unlikely, some are impossible. A. Real Conditionals Real Conditionals refer to situations that are true, have happened, generally happen or are likely to happen. The First Conditional expresses a possible condition and a probable result: If I have time, I will help you. In the if-clause we use the Present Simple, in the main clause will + the verb. We can also use the Present Continuous or Perfect in the if-clause and...

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Modal verbs

2 Characteristics of Modal Verbs ............................................. 2 When to use the Modal Verbs ............................................... 3 Expressing permission.......................................................... 3 Expressing obligation ........................................................... 3 Making offers........................................................................ 5 Making requests ................................................................... 6 Expressing possibilityprobability......................................... 7 Asking about possibilities ..................................................... 7 Infinitives ............................................................................. 8 Intr...

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The article

2 The Definite Article ............................................................... 5 Names that take the Definite Article...................................... 6 No article.............................................................................. 7 Countable and uncountable nouns ....................................... 9 General Rules There are two articles in the English language – the Indefinite Article and the Definite Article. The Indefinite Article has two forms – a and an (a precedes words beginning with a consonant sound and an precedes words beginning with a vowel sound). It comes from the Old English word ãn, which meant one. The Definite Article is the. It comes from the Old English word ţis, which meant this. Thus, in most general...

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Indefinite pronouns

2 No (+ Noun) and none (+ Pronoun) ........................................ 3 Every and each..................................................................... 3 Whole ................................................................................... 4 Both, either and neither ....................................................... 4 Fewa few – a littlelittle....................................................... 5 A lot oflots of – muchmany................................................ 5 Some, any + -body -one, + -thing, + -where ........................ 6 Some and any Some and any mean a certain number or amount. They are used with or instead of plural or uncountable nouns. Some is a possible plural form of aan and one: Have a bi...

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Prepositions

2 Prepositions of Time – for & since ....................................................................... 3 Prepositions of Time – for & during ..................................................................... 3 Prepositions of Time – during & while ................................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time – by & by the time .............................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time – until & from ... till to ... ................................................. 4 Prepositions of Time - ago................................................................................... 5 Prepositions of Place – in...

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