Plaanid puhkusele minna? Võta endale majutus AirBnb kaudu ja saad 37€ kontoraha Tee konto Sulge
Facebook Like

Otsingule "another" leiti 1185 faili

another - a wider or more general meaning.
5
doc

Nägemis taju, Gibson VS Gregory

In other words the processes of perception is essentially affected by our expectations and probability in perceiving the world. Therefore conceptually driven perceptual processing is called a top- down process due to the indirect process that involves making assumptions about the world. 1 05144023 However, another theory of visual perception is called bottom-updata driven processes Gibson (1979). As the major bottom-up theorist, he argues that perception is a direct process, determined by the information presented to the sensory receptors. In other words, perceptions starts with light reflected by objects which creates an optic array containing all the visual information from the environment to the eye as a stationary perceiver. Although motion...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
14 allalaadimist
14
ppt

Esitlus: Fountains

Eesti maaülikool Põllumajandus- ja keskkonnainstituut ANTIQUE GARDEN ORNAMENT: fountains Kadi Mõttus Tartu 2011 Book what I use: Israel, Barbara ,,Antique garden ornament: two centuries of american taste" 256 pages LR tehnikakirjanduse Barbara osak. 21p Israel 712.2 ISR Fountain pros: · Most co...

Inglise keel - Eesti Maaülikool
16 allalaadimist
1
docx

Every person should train each day

Yes, there are negative things about that, but mostly it is because you work out too hard and then the good things fade away. The biggest positive thing about training is that your body looks good. You feel more comfortable in it when you know you've worked very hard to get it. Another good thing about training every day is that you feel more energized. Usually you wake up in the morning and feel very tired, but when you go on a daily run, it wakes you up and you feel a lot better during the day. Some people think that it is bad for your health to train daily, but I disagree. Studies have shown that people who train are more healthy and they don't get ill as often as other people. There might be few negative thin...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
1 allalaadimist
2
doc

Analysis of Sherlock Holmes : Game of shadows

Sherlock Holmes want's to prevent the war that Professor Moriarty is planning in Europe. (2) The villain is Professor Moriarty, who want's to start a war in Europe, because he has shares in companies that sell guns and other goods, that would make him rich if there would be war. (3) The monster is egocentr...

Filmikunst -
2 allalaadimist
1
docx

The landlady worksheet 3

The landlady says: "They're all on the third floor, both of them together." This contradicts another sentence; which one? ............................................................................................ 22. Find out about the landlady's hobby: Landlady's hobby is to make stuffed animals. 23. What happened to the other guests and what is going to happen to Billy? The other guests are stuffed. Billy is going to be also stuffed like all the animals and guests (Billy drinks tea, what contains poison, and he will die). 24. R...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
1 allalaadimist
12
pdf

Canada

The first largest group were the Indians. Nowadays the term `' First Nations `' is used instead of `' Indian '' Some 4,000 years ago another group of people arrived in Canada. They called themselves the Inuit, which means `' the people '' First Nations First Narions were divided into 6 groups : Woodland First Nations, Iroquoian First Nations, Plains First Nations, Plateau First Nations, Pacific Coast First Nations and First Nations of the Mackenzie and Yukon River Basins The Inuit The Inuit moved from place to place fishing and hunting seals, whales and caribou Some...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
0 allalaadimist
15
doc

Suuline eksam

abiks.pri.ee FREE TIME 1. Is music popular in your family? What music do you like? 2. What musical instruments have you got in your home? 3. Can you play any musical instruments? 4. Do you sing? 5. Have you sung at a song festival? 6. Has your school got a choir? 7. When do you last go t...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
567 allalaadimist
19
doc

English portfolio

One thousand singers-musicians and an audience of 12 000 participated in the event. The tradition, still maintained today, occupies the central part in shaping Estonian national consciousness. The russification period The systematic Russification of the empire's western border territories started in Poland and Lithuania during the first half of the 19th century and intensified in the 1860s after another Polish uprising. The worst Russification period in Estonia and Latvia occurred between 1880 and 1890. The Russian press took up the topic of German influence in the Baltic provinces. As early as the 1860s, the Slavophiles demanded the end of the autonomy in the Baltic provinces and a standardised administration. The unification of Germany (1871) and its subsequent development into a Great Power during the reign of Wilhelm II considerably in...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
36 allalaadimist
1
doc

Ettevalmistamata monoloog

INTRODUCTION: · Presentation of the topic (Think about the topic, what have other people said about it?) · Presentation of the theme (What is the message you want to convey?) · Preview of the body (In my presentation today I`m going to explain...;The topic of this presentation...) · Transiti...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
244 allalaadimist
7
doc

Psühholoogia areng Eestis

Allik 2002 Psühholoogia Eestis Kokkuvõte Algus (1632-1918). Psühholoogia algus Eestis seondub Academia Gustaviana (1632- 1656) ja Gustavo-Carolina'ga (1690-1710), kus filosoofiliste disputatsioonide temaatikas esineb ajastule iseloomulikke psühholo...

Psühholoogia - Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor
119 allalaadimist
7
doc

Ameerika ühendriigid

There are many hydro-electric power-stations on them. Over 800 rivers cross the continental (48) states. Most are small branches andor tributaries of larger rivers. The great lakes between the USA and Canada are joined together by rivers and canals. The lakes are connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the St. Lawrence River and to the Hudson River by a canal. Between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie is Niagara Falls (51 m). Another large lake in the USA is Great Salt Lake. It is saltier than the sea. History For thousands of years America was unknown to Europe. In 1492 Christopher Columbus discovered it while trying to reach India. He didn't stay and in the sixteenth century the first Europeans to settle in America were the Spanish, the English and the French. The first village founded by the English settlers...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
68 allalaadimist
11
doc

Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

This recognition of the legal continuity of the Republic of Estonia is nowadays seen as one of the cornerstones of Estonian-US relations. The occupation of Estonia and the migration of refugees from Estonia opened a new form of contacts. Many of the people who migrated from Estonia in fear of Soviets found a new home in one or another of the many English speaking countries. Nowadays there are large groups of Estonians living in Australia, USA and Canada. The area around Toronto in Canada has a strong Estonian minority. In the United States alone, according to the data collected in January 2006, 25,034 persons of Estonian ancestry lived. The activities of Estonians, living far away from their homeland, to keep their nationality alive resulted in the series of events called Intern...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
45 allalaadimist
4
doc

Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

He's an old man who lives by the old nobility manners. He has his own view on everything. Also, he is a bit absentminded and that irritates mostly everyone he speaks to. His son, Freddie, also appears a lot in the text. Freddie is a go-getter and is not afraid of almost anything barring old Lord Emsworth himself. Lord Emsworth tries to get him to leave Blandings Castle whenever possible. Another one of the main characters is the gardener Angus McAllister. He is a grumpy Scot, who cares very much about his gardens. He is very moody and at one point has Lord Emsworth under his paw. 1) The custody of the pumpkin: Main theme in there is the Pumpkin contest, which Lord Emsworth very much wants to win. Also, Freddie, who usually is not in the castle, is there and is flirting with McAllister's niece from America, witho...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
93 allalaadimist
6
docx

Famous castles of Scotland

7m thick, and the north-east tower is around 6m square. The entrance is on the north side, adjacent to the north-east tower, and defended by a portcullis and two doors. A straight mural stair leads up to the right, while ahead is a barrel-vaulted basement with slit windows and a well. The hall is at first-floor level, and was also vaulted, rising to 8.3m high. A turnpike stair in the south-east corner gave access to another storey above the hall, as well as upper rooms in the eastern towers. The towers had one room on each floor. In the basement of the north-east tower is a prison only accessible from above, while at the top there is access to the four storeys of the tower, via modern iron ladders, opening onto an impressive view from the roof. The top of the north-east tower, including corbels, was also rebuilt in the 19th century. Rothesay Castle is a ruined...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
28 allalaadimist
10
doc

Tallinn

Tallinn English College English Sergo Vainumäe 9A TALLINN Report Supervisor: Inge Välja Tallinn 2006 Order of contents: 1.Introduction 2.Toompea 3.Lower Town 4.Kadriorg and Pirita 5.Museums 1. Introduction Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, lies on the B...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
51 allalaadimist
1
wps

Shopping - pleasure or obligation

Because we had to buy meat, fruits and other food products. Furthermore people need medicines clothes and stationary. But buying isn't always obligation to demand basic needs. Perhaps it cab be pleasure. Right now huge department stores and supermarkets are very poplar places. In there you can do everything, start the day...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
92 allalaadimist
1
doc

Gym Hazards

Equally important is "cooling down" at the end of a workout. Stopping suddenly, especially when fatigued, can bring cramps and fainting. Today's gyms are packed with an array of equipment so beginners should be given detailed, individual induction. The most common problems are repetitive stress injuries: inflammation of tendons, fractures of the bone etc. People often find themselves exercising one muscle more than another so they may end up with some muscles more developed than others, or even getting bigger in the very places they want to reduce or firm up. This happens when woman fail to lose fat as the same time as they build muscle. The modern idea that everybody has to join a gym is just ridiculous. Walking, swimming, rowing and dancing have all been found to be good all-round forms of exercises. The key to sticking with exercise is to make it f...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
12 allalaadimist
1
doc

Capital punishment should be abolished

Capital punishment has been abolished in Estonia since the year 1998, but the last man was executed in 1991. One of the reasons for not abolishing capital punishment are that a life long sentence is not as effective as execution, and that the death penalty affirms the right to life by punishing those who violate it in the most serious form. For example: death penalty should exist for serial killers. Another reason is that the criminals who would have been executed are now the country's responsibility and they use taxpayers' money. On the other hand, capital punishment is very inhumane. After the execution new evidence may appear and the criminal might turn out to be innocent but there is nothing to do because we can not bring back the dead. Another reason for abolishing capital punishment is the criminal's innocent family. The whole...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
76 allalaadimist
14
doc

Education

Sensitivity in my integrated meaning is broad, covering literally the senses, so that deaf and blind people are less sensitive, as well as people whose senses work perfectly, but whose receptivity or thought processes are blunted for whatever reason. A person can be insensitive in one way, such as blind, and extraordinarily sensitive in another way, such as in hearing. It is also possible to be so ultra-sensitive that the result is disadvantageous. I expect no argument in asserting that a normal sensitivity is a healthy, indispensable ingredient for optimal education. Sensitivity can be heightened or blunted by education. It is intertwined with curiosity. An ideal education affords numerous and varied opportunities for students to touch, see, smell, listen, hear; to spark their cur...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
121 allalaadimist
4
doc

English Grammar - The most common tenses in English

e Tense Use Form words s something happens repeatedly how often something happens every one action day follows sometim another es I work always infinitive Present things in hesheit he works often Simple general + s I go usually he goes seldom after the never...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
203 allalaadimist


Faili allalaadimiseks, pead sisse logima
Kasutajanimi / Email
Parool

Unustasid parooli?

UUTELE LIITUJATELE KONTO MOBIILIGA AKTIVEERIMISEL +50 PUNKTI !
Pole kasutajat?

Tee tasuta konto

Sellel veebilehel kasutatakse küpsiseid. Kasutamist jätkates nõustute küpsiste ja veebilehe üldtingimustega Nõustun