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however – тем не менее to look for – искать (ищу, ищешь... ищут) by heart – наизусть in order to – чтобы
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All the world's a puzzle;arutlev kirjand

All the world's a puzzle All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages. At first, the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms. Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwill...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Book report/review "The Snow Child"

It was hard for Mabel to recover there, because there were children around all the time. In Alaska they were living a very isolated life - no neighbours, no friends. In addition, at that time there did not exist such things as food shops, so they had to hunt all their food. Life was quite hard in Alaska and I am not so sure that it had a good influence on Jack and Mable, however it changed their life in a positive way. I believe that the decision to move to Alaska brought the couple closer and made them stronger. One day they made a snow girl, they put a scarf around her neck and a pair of red mittens, which Mabel's sister had knitted. The next day the snow girl, which they had built in front of their house, was not there anymore. At first, Jack thought that some wild animals had destorey the snow sculpture, but la...

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English portfolio

2 1710­1850.............................................................................................................................. 3 Population and social structure...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Reporti kirjutamine

Surprisingly Oddly Strangely Probably..... The graphdiagramsurvey suggestsshows..... The cause for ..... The majority believe think..... sharplyrapidlygradually.... Three out of 20 students...... The general tendency is .... However On the oneother hand.... C. CONCLUSION- sum up the body paragraphs and if you are asked to give your opinion, do so in the conclusion. phrases to use To sum up, it can be said ...... In conclusion we can say..... In general..... On balance, it seems that... Sample task: Write a report describing the changes in the number of pupils in Simuvere Gymnasium over the period...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Carolina Kluft Biography

Carolina Kluft Biography Name :Carolina Kluft Birth Date : 2nd Feb, 1983 Birth Place : Sandhult, Sweden Birth Name : Carolina Evelyn Klüft Weight : 65 kg Height : 1m78 cm Nationality : Sweden Sport : Track & Field Event : Heptathlon Carolina Evelyn Klüft born on February 2, 1983 in Borås, is a Swedish athlete competing in heptathlon....

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

G. Wodehouse Wodehouse was an acknowledged master of English prose admired both by contemporaries and by modern writers. He has been called "English literature's performing flea", a derogatory description that Wodehouse cherished and adopted as the title of his autobiography. Best known today for the Jeeves and Blandings Castle novels and short stories, Wodehouse was also a...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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The Orgin of Names of the Months

Their meaning is listed below. However , some languages (Czech and Polish, for example) use quite different names. Month Latin Origin January Januarius Named after the god Janus. February Februarius Named after Februa, the purification festival. 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...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Education

Education Education is so multifaceted that it is difficult for me to know where to begin discussing it, or how to prioritize the many factors. Relaying my own experience is easy: I had a standard classroom approach, supplemented by inordinate reading. In only the briefest and least memorable instances did I receive any individual tutoring. Education is commonly thought of as the job of sc...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Nokia Report

One of Nokia's requests is to offer people the quality and reliability of their products. Nokia believes that design, brand, ease of use and prices of the products are the most important considerations to customers. In the past years Nokia has come up with new mobile phone designs. The latest of Nokia's products is the new N95 which nearly has all the functions a computer has. Nokia doesn't only sell telephones however . It also focuses on wireless systems, wireless data and voice devices, multimedia computers and mobile gaming devices. "The devices are based on GSMEDGE, 3GWCDMA and CDMA cellular technologies. Nokia's product portfolio includes camera phones with features such as mega pixel cameras and MP3 players which appeal to the mass market." (Quote from Nokia's homepage) The development of GSM phones since the 1980s has made the company very successful...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kafka's Hunger Artist

Humans' conflicting desires is further shown through the viewing public when the artist is exhibited at the circus. As people file past the hunger artist, they only wish to view him when they cannot and when they can, they do not view him. Through imagery, Kafka shows us the people striding past the cage containing the weak artist when the path to the menagerie is clear. However , when there are many people pushing behind on their way to the menagerie, many people wish to stop and observe the fasting artist but are unable to. Why do humans have these conflicting desires? Kafka asks. Although written in a third-person omniscient narration style, Kafka does not answer this question. One can interpret Kafka's goal through this piece to make his audience ponder this intrinsic question. On an ulterior level, religious a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Life of Dante, the Inferno of Dante

Pound sees the Inferno as a satire on man's aimless turmoil and restlessness that continues to the root of Hell where it finds its end at the gate of Purgatory. Dante is represented as truth, intelligence, and love, and Pound generates a positive portrayal of Dante's work. Tate, Maritain, and Pound give insightful and pertinent observations of the Inferno, however , one major aspect, which was overlooked in their critiques, was the theological truths Dante uncovered on his imaginary journey through Hell. The reality of God, the Creator's love and man's choice is evidenced throughout the Inferno. On this spiritual pilgrimage, Dante has lost his way and tries to get back on the right path to gain salvation, but many temptations are faced along the way. Dante uses allegory in his story to depict these temp...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Count of Monte Cristo

As the Count, Dantes' first move is to make a good impression on Albert so that he can get to Paris and work from there. Dantes also poses as a priest, a sailor, and a businessman in his travels. As a businessman, Dantes' only objective is to find out the details on why he went to jail, and to reward someone that was truly his friend. The Count says to Albert: "Incredible but true. However , for some time I've been feeling like you, that it is impossible for me to go on being ignorant of the capital of the intelligent world. Furthermore, I might have made this indispensable journey if I'd known someone who could introduce me into Paris society. Now your offer has decided me." (p. 133) This quote shows how the Count does favors for people so that that person owes the Count a favor in return. When it is put in context, it seems l...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Carl Lewis

The Canadian sprinter was his opposite: ugly, short, poor, awful in the running style. But he was powerful: at start he always earned two - three meters of advantage on Carl. So 1988, year of The Olympic games of Seoul, opened under the challenge of these two men. When Carl won the trials with a windy 9"78 and then beat Johnson at Zurich he seemed to be a dangerous rival for the Canadian. However Johnson won again with 9"79 and Carl finished really far with 9"92. Then, while attaining his first gold in the long jump, Johnson was disqualified for drug abuse and so Carl became automatically Olympic champion and owner of the world record (9"92). When Olympic games finished Carl came back home with two golds and one silver. A fact that makes notice for anyone else, but not for Carl Lewis. So, since the following year, Carl tried again...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Canada

Introduction 2. Geographical position 3. Mountains, lowlands 4. Rivers, lakes 5. The territories and provinces 6. Towns, economy, agriculture 7. Climate 8. Animals, plantlife 9. Population 10. Sports 11. Culture 12. History 13. Political system, symbols 14. Conclusion 15. Materials 1. Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they mig...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Short overview of London

The first doubledecker bus appeared in the streets of London as early as in 1904. After the two world wars, London went through a massive rebuilding. Several structures were built in London to mark the year 2000: the Millenium Dome, Millenium bridge, London Eye etc. London's vast urban area is often described using a set of district names. Since 1965 Greater London has been divided into 32 London boroughs. However , it is a city that is surprisingly easy to get around, with the comprehensive and easily navigated London Underground or `Tube'. London's population was 7,172,000 on the latest Census Day of April 2001. This is 14.6 per cent of the total population of Britain. The people of London have great love for theatre, opera, films, music, sports, and arts. Most of the London films are premiered at Leicester Square. The love for literature h...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Margaret Thatcher

When the Conservative party under Edward Heath won the 1970 general election, Thatcher became an Education Minister. During her first months of work she was forced to make a cut in the education budget and therefore she abolished universal free milk for school-children. This caused a huge protest that gave her the name of "Thatcher Thatcher, Milk Snatcher". However , she also successfully stood against the introduction of library book charges. Within her term she also supported the proposals to close grammar schools and adopt comprehensive secondary education. Furthermore, Mrs. Thatcher also insisted that universities should accept not only school-leavers, but also adults. When Margaret became the Leader of Conservative Party, she made a speech where she made a scathing attack on the Soviet Union. In r...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

A flyer was then posted that said the state would give five pounds for someone to take young Oliver off their hands. Chapter3: The board locked up Oliver in what he called the `dark room' all day until someone would take him as an apprentice. After several days of solitary confinement, several beatings, and being made an example of at mealtime, Oliver thought he would do just about anything to leave the workhouse. However, when a chimneysweep, Mr. Gamfield, came to get the money offered and Oliver the boy quickly changed his mind. The board assessing Mr. Gamfield said that the State would only pay three pounds and ten shillings instead of the five originally offered and Mr. Gamfield accepted. Mr. Bumble cleaned Oliver up, and brought him before the magistrates. As the magistrates were signing the contracts of Oliver's indenture, they realized that Oliver was pe...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 2osa-Ben Edvards

15 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (586 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (1.4 KB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 3 (248 KB) Things become a little more complicated when you are required to play chords, however the basic principals I have already outlined still apply. The only difference is that you will be required to play more strings and hold down more strings with your fingers. In this next example I will show you how to play the chord `A'. A Major Chord The first and fifth strings are played open while the second, third and forth strings are played at the second fret. The sixth string is not played in the A Major Chord and this is often in...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

Jamorama This lesson continues on from lessons one and two. In lesson one you learnt how to start playing and how to play the chords A and D. In the second lesson you were shown how to read tab. This lesson will be similar to the second part of lesson two, however I plan to introduce you to the chord G. Once you have mastered G, we will try and practice changing between the three chords we have learnt; D, A, and G. Let's take a look at the G major chord: Exercise: With this exercise, I want to get you strumming up and down. I would like to introduce to you a new technique to help with your playing. When you are practicing the lesson above I would like you to count out loud. This sounds easier...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Peace and keeping

It sounds simple and easy, but for some reason, throughout the history, it has been very difficult to actually keep peace. Why then is it so important? Firstly, when there is peace, people are happy. Friendly relations with neighbours and different countries give people an oppurtunity to live normal lives. However , for example, when there are some tensions between two countries, the people of those countries would live in constant fear and threat. Secondly, violence is not acceptable in any form or situation. I think that when there are disagreements between some countries, they should try to solve them verbally. It is natural that we don`t all agree with everything, but a certain level of acceptance and understanding must be reachable with...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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