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Inglise keele maiskonna töö

Patrick ;Scotland-thistle, St.Andrew 's cross . ; Wales-daffodil, leek, Prince of Wales's feathers; St.David, red dragon 8. How did the Romans influence Britain? The Romans built the first bridge(in London), the capital(London) is a Roman city, the street system(paved roads), benefits for the poor, public heated baths, art, architecture. They also influenced the language (pound, butter, cheese, wine, candle). 9. Which areas of life is English used in? technology, science, politics, tourism, aviation 10. Which languages influenced the Old English (until the 10th century) most?Anglo-Saxon, Celtic(the Celts), Scandinavian languages (Norse and Danish), Latin (the Romans) 11. Where do British people live? British Isles 12. Describe Ireland.- N I is famous for t...

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Frankenstein book summary

August 1797 till 1. February 1851. The idea for the book was influenced by her nightmare and she began writing “Frankenstein” in a very young age. This book provides a fascinating story of what one man can create and how it effect`s the people surrounding him. Therefore this book will make you WANT to know more when the story progresses. Not only does this book take an interesting look into the many events which occurred, but describes the characters who`s lives these intentions influenced, as...

Akadeemiline inglise keel - Keskkool
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English portfolio

The split between social classes in Estonia was further deepened by the virtual coincidence of the borders between social class and nationality. The most important category in determining one`s social allegiance was the differentiation Deutsch and Undeutsch. Nor did rural Estonians think of themselves as a nation: they rather considered themselves peasants whose identity was largely influenced by regional loyalty. The name they often used while referring to themselves -- "country people" -- also seemed to be a sign of social self- determination. Climbing the social ladder in a society with a fixed class system was possible only for the very few. For an Estonian, this automatically meant Germanisation. Such a process of individuals revising their ethnic adherence, which had begun in the Middle Ages and continued until the early 20th century...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Estonia

Estonia is borderd by the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, it's between Latvia and Russia. Its geographic coordinates are 59 North 26 Eeast. Estonias capital is Tallin, it is situated in the North of Estonia. Estonias mainland terrain is flat, boggy, and partly wooded, offshore lie more than 1,500 is...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Education

These three elements without vision will find themselves being formulated in a social vacuum, divorced from social reality. An organization, such as a school, can have a good internal climate: clear goals, well shaped programs, and skilled teachers and staff who relate and communicate well, and still cease to function properly if it has not taken into account its external climate, the ways in which it is being influenced by the larger society of which it is a part, and the other environmentally impacting systems within it. This is the role of vision. If a school is not aware nor has an understanding of the social forces impacting change, such as the political climate, economic conditions, demographic changes, and the social environment, it can quickly become a historical and social anachronism. The following graphic lays out the process for effecting cha...

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Estonia

Estonia Estonia is small but beautiful country in the east of Europe. Estonia area is about 45 thousand km2 and there is living about 1,4 million people. Estonia is very developed country in IT clime. Example in our country you can choose parliament through the internet. Estonia has a lot of forest. Almost half of Estonia terrestrial has capped with forest. Eston...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Canada

Most popular in North America, lacrosse is Canada's official national summer sport and the fastest growing sport in the United States 11. Culture Canadian culture is a mixture of British, French, and American influences, all of which blend and sometimes compete in every aspect of cultural life, from filmmaking and writing to cooking and playing sports. It has also been influenced by American culture because of its proximity and migration between the two countries. American media and entertainment are popular if not dominant in Canada; conversely, many Canadian cultural products and entertainers are successful in the US and worldwide. Canada is a geographically vast and ethnically diverse country. There are cultural variations and distinctions from province to province and region to region. Canadian culture has also be...

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Straitland

Straitland Historical Facts Straitland has served as a junction of international trade routes for Vikings. Long...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Michelangelo

Michelangelo's father managed to persuade Ghirlandaio to pay the young artist, which was unheard of at the time. In fact, most apprentices paid their masters for the education. Impressed, Domenico recommended him to the ruler of the city, Lorenzo de' Medici, and Michelangelo left his workshop in 1489. From 1490 to 1492, Michelangelo attended Lorenzo's school and was influenced by many prominent people who modified and expanded his ideas on art. During his life, he made different sculptures and paintings. All of them are famous. Sculptures: Pieta, David ( in Estonian it's called Taavet ), Madonna of the steps, Battle of the Centaurs, Hercules, Madonna and child, Faun, Crucifix, Bacchus, Brutus.. Paintings: The Battle of Cascina, Doni Tondo, The Last Judgement, .... Architecture: St. Peter's Basilica in Rome...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Means of communication

23. Means of communication Introduction A few centuries ago people knew only a few kinds of communication. They could speak to each other, they could send their message from one place to another by smoke signals, they used mail. Later on, they also had some newspapers. The first expansion of media was when the radio and television were i...

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Why should tourists visit Estonia?

We have so many different cultures from different places put into a little place all together that you could almost say we are a huge city not a country. And that has influenced us in a very remarcable way. Since the time we can remember we have been under Danes, Swedes, Germans, Russians, Polans and other. We have taken their traditions into our daily lives and forgotten ours. But still despite the fact that we bearly know our own language structure or our old traditions,we try to awake them once again. Estonia is one of the worlds wealthiest countries when it comes to forests. Almost half of the country is co...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Stilistika loeng

Emotive prose began to assume a life of its own in the second half of the 15 th century, when romances and chronicles describing the life and adventures of kings and knights began to appear (e.g. "The Death of Arthur"). In the 16th century English emotive prose progressed rapidly (mostly it influenced the translations from Greek, Latin, also Italian and French). But on the whole the emotive prose of the 16th century had not yet shaped itself as a separate style. The 17th century saw a considerable development in emotive prose (were introduced not only lexical but also syntactical innovations). It was puritan time, when simplicity in choice of words was predominant, another peculiarity of this period wa...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Exami kysimused-vastused

Emotive prose began to assume a life of its own in the second half of the 15 th century, when romances and chronicles describing the life and adventures of kings and knights began to appear (e.g. "The Death of Arthur"). In the 16th century English emotive prose progressed rapidly (mostly it influenced the translations from Greek, Latin, also Italian and French). But on the whole the emotive prose of the 16th century had not yet shaped itself as a separate style. The 17th century saw a considerable development in emotive prose (were introduced not only lexical but also syntactical innovations). It was puritan time, when simplicity in choice of words was predominant, another peculiarity of this period was a rather poorly develo...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Eesti referaat

Tallinna Inglise Kolledz Estonia Topic Alice Tärk, 9b Tallinn 2007 FACTFILE Area: 45 228 sq km Poplulation: under 1.4 million Capital: Tallinn Language: Estonian Currency: Eesti kroon (EEK) Main religion: Lutheran National holiday: 24 February (anniversary of the republic) National flower: Cornflower Nation...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Anglo - Saxon

The Anglo-Saxons built small towns near their centres of agriculture. In each town, a main hall was in the centre. The architectural character of Anglo- Saxon ecclesiastical buildings range from Coptic influenced architecture in the early period; basilica influenced Romanesque architecture; and in the later Anglo-Saxon period, an architecture characterised by pilaster-strips, blank arcading, baluster shafts and triangular headed openings. There are few remains of Anglo-Saxon architecture, with no secular work remaining above ground. All surviving churches, except one timber church, are built of stone or brick and in some cases show evidence of re-...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Old English Literature

1) The Junius manuscript 2) The Beowulf 3) The Verchelli Book 4) The Exeter Book 6.) Beowulf: who and when composed the epic?, when does the action take place?, who is the storyteller?(how do we know?), What kind of society is described in Beowulf?, when and by whom was Beowulf re-discovered?, who are the writers Beowulf has influenced =, how many parts does the epic have?, what is its format?, what are the main ideas the epic stresses? Describe the heroic code of the Anglo Saxons, how does it contradict the Christian value system? Beowulf was composed by an unknown Anglo-Saxon poet around 700 A.D The action of the poem takes place around 500 A.D The storyteller is a Christian poet, we know it, because he is often at pains to attribute Christian thoughts and motives to his c...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Scotland

Scotland during the Roman Empire ! Scotland during the Roman Empire encompasses a period of time that is both part of genuine history and of protohistory. It is complicated by the fact that although the Roman Empire influenced every part of Scotland during the period from the arrival of the legions in c. AD 71 to their departure in 213 their occupation was neither complete nor continuous and that the idea of both "Scots" and of "Scotland" as a discrete entity did not emerge until many centuries later. Throughout this time the geographical area of Scotland was occupied by several different tribes utilising Iron Age technology with a wide variety of relation...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The romantic movement in American literature

The Romantic movement in American literature Romanticism in literature · Romantic · Romanticism is an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement · Influenced by : - Enlightenment - elevated medievalism · In America ­ 1820 Characteristic features · Intuition, instincts, imagination, feelings · Folk art, nature, heroism · Protest against reality · Emphasis on wom...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Kuidas kirjutada esseed

Work on taking yourself deeper into the introspection process by tackling more specific topics. Here are some questions you might want to consider: What am I like? How do my friends characterize me? What are my personality traits? Have I ever experienced a moment of epiphany? Why is (some color) my favorite color? Why is (some movie) my favorite movie? How have my favorites influenced my life? What have I done? What are my major accomplishments? Why do I consider them accomplishments? What extra curricular activities have I participated in? Have I strived hard for something and achieved it? Why did I succeed? Have I strived hard for something and failed to achieve it? Why did I fail? What was the most difficult time of my life? How did my perspective of life change due to that difficult time? Where do I want to...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Savanna

These fires are usually confined to the herbaceous layer and do little long term damage to mature trees. However, these fires do serve to either kill or suppress tree seedlings, thus preventing the establishment of a continuous tree canopy which would prevent further grass growth. Prior to European settlement aboriginal land use practices, including fire, influenced vegetation and may have maintained and modified savanna flora. It has been suggested by many authors that aboriginal burning created a structurally more open savanna landscape. Aboriginal burning certainly created a habitat mosaic that probably increased biodiversity and changed the structure of woodlands and geographic range of numerous woodland species. It has been suggested by many authors that with the removal or alteration of tradition...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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