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Fill the gaps with the correct tenses

1. I (learn)................................ English for seven years now. 2. But last year I (not work) ........................................ hard enough for English, that's why my marks (not be) ............................. really that good then. 3. As I (pass want) ............................... my English exam successfully next year, I (study) ............................... harder this te...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Statistika Test-02-kirjeldav statistika

570.0 Grade 3.2 out of 6.0 ( 54 %) Question 1 Millised väited on korrektsed? Incorrect Select one or more: Mark 0.0 out of 5.0 Keskväärtus võib olla ka selline väärtus, mida reaalsete vastuste hulgas ei esine Mood on alati reaalne väärtus uuritud valimi väärtuste hulgast Mediaan on alati reaalne väärtus uuritud valimi väärtuste hulgast Mood võib olla ka...

Statistika - Eesti Maaülikool
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Atlase tootmise ajalugu

EESTI MAAÜLIKOOL Metsandus- ja maaehitus instituut Geomaatika osakond ATLASTE TOOTMISE AJALUGU Referaat kinnisvara planeerimise erialal Juhendaja: ..... Tartu 2009 Sisukord Sissejuhatus...

Kartograafia - Eesti Maaülikool
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Inglise keele maiskonna töö

What are the capitals of the 4 constituent countries? England- London; Northen Ireland- Belfast; Scotland- Edinburgh; Wales- Cardiff 2. Order the invaders in correct chronological order: Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Romans, Celts. Romans Anglusaxons , Norman 3. How did the Celts influence Britain? Language. Wars. Engand and Scotland eventually became 1 contry 4. How many people approximately speak English? Approximately 600 million 5. Who (which tribes) gave the base of the English language?Germanic tribes- Anglo-Saxons. 6. Describe Wales.- Wales is a mountainous country on the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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A lamb to the slaughter

On the sideboard behind her, two tall glasses, soda water, whiskey. Fresh ice cubes in the Thermos bucket. Mary Maloney was waiting for her husband to come him (correction: home) from work. Now and again she would glance up at the clock, but without anxiety, merely to please herself with the thought that each minute gone by made it nearer the time when he would come. There was a slow smiling air about her, and about everything she did. The drop of a head as she bent over her sewing was curiously tranquil. Her skin - for this was her sixth month with child - had acquired a wonderful translucent quality, th...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Progress test 3 (unit 3) VASTUSED 10.klassile

Fill in the missing words.Write only one word in each gap. 1.INSERCT 2.COLD 3.DATES 4.IF 5.WILL 6.HAVE 7.PASSPORT 8.MOUNTAIN 9.THINGS 10.SITUATED 11.RANGE 12.HELD 13.THESE 14.BOILING 15.SETTING 16.TEMPERATURE 17.RUN 18.CELEBRATE 19.CASE 20.TAKE 2.Circle the correct item. 1. A-INCLUDED 2. B-PLENTY 3. B-SURE 4. A-UNSPOILT 5. C-CUT 6. A- BY 7. B-EXTENSIVE 8. C-UP 9. B-TOUCH 10. A-WILL BE 3.Complete the second sentence using the word in bold. Use two or five words including the word given.Do not change the word given. 1. IF HE DOESN´T GET INTO UNIVERSITY,HE WILL GET A JOB. word ( UNLESS) – HE WILL GET A JOB unless he gets INTO UNIVERSITY 2. TAKE YOUR ID...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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English structure revision for the exam

Example Estonian in the 21st century. Diachronic approach to language → A focus in language study on how a language has changed over some period of time. In a way it is comparing language to what it was and how it is now. For example comparing 18th century and 19th century Estonian. Linguistic competence → Is a person’s knowledge of how it is correct to speak but he or she is unable to give reasons why this is the right way of speaking. Chomsky says that linguistic competence is an idealized capacity of language. It is the hearers knowledge of hishers language and it is the ‘mental reality’ which is responsible for all those aspects of language use which can be characterized as ‘linguistic’. Abstract sets of rules that help us to form and understand grammatical sentences. Lin...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Blandings Castle

Character analysis Lord Emsworth: Quotes: 1) "Beach," said Lord Emsworth. "M'lord?" "I've been swindled. This dashed thing doesn't work." "Your lordship cannot see clearly?" "I can't see at all, dash it. It's all black." The butler was an observant man. "Perhaps if I were to remove the cap at the extremity of the instrument,...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Eksam

Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Home Page > Kontolltööd ja eksamid > Eksam A > Assessments > View All Submissions > View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 2 Title: Eksam A Started: Monday 21 January 2008 10:02 Submitted: Monday 21 January 2008 10:53 Time spent: 00:50:53 Total score: 75/100 = 75% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible scor...

Makroökonoomika - Eesti Infotehnoloogia Kolledzh
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Exposing the Human Condition in Antigone

On page 39, lines 550-558, Antigone accuses King Kreon that his decisions were contrary to what the Gods laid out. Antigone says in lines 551, and 554: "that Zeus was the one who had proclaimed;. . . The laws they have made for men are well marked out." Antigone should have realized, as she stated, the laws they, the gods, have made for men are well marked out, and if she had allowed the gods to correct matters she would not have needed to confront the king. Her unfaithfulness toward the gods was very non-heroic. In modern society, we today act in the same manner as Antigone did toward her family. Our loyalties toward family members tend to be strong, but even so, we may take our anger out on the people we love. In all heroic tales we usually can see ourselves in the situations of the heroic and non-heroic aspects of characters and relate...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Superstar 1 tests

_ 1 She is in a band and she _________________________________ (record) a CD at the moment. _ 2 She is an actress and often _________________________________ (appear) on television. _ 3 At the moment she _________________________________ (have) a rest because she is tired. _ 4 Mike is a doctor and he _________________________________ (live) in Manchester. _ 5 I __________________________...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Canada

Global population growth has global impacts that are felt in Canada, including pressures on the environment and demand for products that we export. The Aboriginal population of Canada is a diverse population with distinct cultures, languages, religious beliefs and political systems. There are many ways of defining the Aboriginal population, which can result in different estimates of its size. There is no single or "correct" definition and the choice of a definition depends on the purpose for which it is to be used. The First nations are Indians, Metis and Inuits, but the term Indian is called inappropriate, so now they are called the Native peoples. There are also legal terms for them and it applies to a native person who is registered under the Indian Act and it means that they are entitled to free medical care, education and training. Some of them, whose an...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

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 guesses that Fagin means to use Oliver for the job. Fagin tells her she's correct , and says Oliver will eventually make them a fortune because of his innocent looking face. They decide to do the job the night after the next day, and Fagin agrees that Oliver will be ready to deliver. The Jew returns home to prepare Oliver for the task, but instead of waking him, he lets him sleep. Chapter 20: Oliver awoke to find a new pair of shoes at his bedside for which he is thankful. Then he sat down to breakfast and Fagin told hi...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 2osa-Ben Edvards

39 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 1 (714 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 1 (1.7 KB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 1 (308 KB) Now let's see if we can start pushing down some strings. Look at the next example below and try and play the note that the TAB chart displays. If you pressed down the thickest string at the 3rd fret then you played the exercise correctly . If you are still unsure whether you are doing the right thing or not, refer to the video below. Tip: The download links are below (right click on the link and select "save as"): Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 2 (390 KB) QuickTime - Exercise 2 (1.07 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (519 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (1.2 KB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - E...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

First, you use your index finger, then your middle finger, then your ring finger and finally your pinky. The second part is just the same thing but in reverse. This second exercise I want to show you involves three strings; the 1st, 2nd and 3rd. It is important to notice the fingering used. This may feel a little awkward and frustrating at first but this is the correct way to play the guitar. Getting in the habit of using correct fingering will pay massive dividends as you progress with your guitar playing. Once again, play this exercise with down strokes only... Video and Audio Available: Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 6 (1.07 MB) QuickTime - Exercise 6 (2.90 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 6 (1.70 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 6 (3.52 MB)...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 4.osa-Ben Edwards

This lesson is going to challenge your strumming hand. Being able to play particular strums and rhythms is an important and often under practised part of playing the guitar. 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....

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 5.osa-Ben Edwards

Today, like yesterday, I am going to teach you a new warm up pattern. This one will be a touch more difficult than the last few. This pattern starts on the first fret and the sixth string (thickest string). You will play all six strings and use all your fingers. As always with these exercises, I would like you to use the correct fingering. Warm up: Video and Audio Available: Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 1 (1.25 MB) QuickTime - Exercise 1 (3.35 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 1 (2.79 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 1 (4.54 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 1 (712 KB) In the above warmup, you will have noticed that the frets you play have the same numbers as the...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 6.osa-Ben Edwards

Ok. Let's get into another one of our warm up techniques. This one will once again use all your fingers and all the strings. The following pattern is similar to those that I have already shown you, so you should have no problem playing it. Now, as always I would like you to use correct fingering. The correct finger will be written out below the TAB. You will have noticed that when there is a zero on the above tab there is no fingering indicated. That is because a zero indicates an open fret, therefore you don't need to use a finger to push down on the string. Keep working with this pattern until you feel that you are playing it smoothly. Ok. Now we can get into the more exciting part of the lesson - playing with th...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Wordi kasutusjuhend

MS WORD 3 TÖÖ ALUSTAMINE PROGRAMMIS MS WORD 3 TÖÖ LÕPETAMINE 3 WORD-I PROGRAMMIAKEN 3 NIMERIBA 3 MENÜÜRIBA 3 NUPURIBA 7 TEKSTIAKEN TEKSTI SISESTAMISEKS...

Arvuti õpetus - Põhikool
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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...

Proseminar - Tallinna Ülikool
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