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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

Chapter1: An unknown woman was found lying in the street and brought into the workhouse. She delivered a sickly child who had trouble breathing. The woman, without a word of who she was, died and left her new born boy, Oliver, to the drunken nurse that stood by. Chapter2: The State gave Oliver to Mrs. Mann who housed a number of orphaned children. Mrs. Mann took a large portion of the money given to her by the authorities for each child's food so Oliver grew up small and malnourished. On his ninth birthday, the town beadle, Mr. Bumble, came to collect Oliver and take him to the board for an interview. They told him he was to live with other wards of the state to become educated and learn a trade. Oliver did not mind this, but soon after he arrived, the state decided to implement a plan that would save money by feeding the people very little. After a time on this diet, the boys at the table chose Oliver to go ask the head cook for more ...

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Canada

Table of contents 1. 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 might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world, bordered by three oceans, and across the country, Canadians experience many different landscapes from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra of the north. Despite Canada's great size, it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact, coupled with the grandeur of the landscape, has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity. 2. Geographical position Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. In the Arctic,...

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Passive voice Umbisikuline tegumood Kui tegija pole oluline või pole teada. · The Present Simple Passive am is + III pv are Examples: I am watched. A book is read. Marks are given. · The Past Simple Passive was were + III pv Examples: I was watched. A book was read. Marks were given. · The Future Simple Passive will be + III pv Examples: I will be watched. A book will be read. Marks will be given. · The Future Simple Passive in the Past would be + III pv Examples: I would be watched. A book would be read. Marks would be given. · The Present Progressive Passive am is + being + III pv are Examples: I am being watched. A book is being read. Marks are being given. · The Past Progressive Passive was were + being + III pv Examples: I was being watched. A book was being read. Marks were being given. · The Present Perfect Passive have has been +...

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London - the capital of Great Britain

London London is the capital of Great Britain. It is situated on the river Thames. The Thames is a river flowing through southern England and connecting London with the sea. The Thames has a length of 346 kilometres (215 miles). The first bridge was the tower bridge, built in the 12th century. The second bridge was built in the year 1750. .The river Thames divides London into the northern and the southern part. The port of London is one of the greatest trade centres in the world. The river Thames is certainly the most famous water body in London. London is also the seat of the government of Great Britain. It is one of the largest cities in the world with its population of about seven million. Before the great fire in 1666 there were many wooden houses and narrow crooked streets in the town but after the fire it became a well-planned city with wide streets, beautiful squares and parks. It star...

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Health

Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. History 2.1. Early Hospitals 2.2 Recent developments 3. The National Health Service 4. Diseases 5. First Aid 6. Medicine and elements of medical care 7. Doctors 8. Ways of keeping health 9. Conclusion 10.Used materials 1. Introduction The human body is just like a machine with many parts. Each part has a special job, and all the parts work together to keep you alive and healthy. Good health is one of the most important things in life. There are certain things we can do to stay healthy. We should eat a balanced diet that includes the right kinds of food and drink plenty of clean, fresh water. We should exercise regularly, strengthening our muscles and keeping us in shape. Exercise helps the blood circulate around our bodies, cleaning out waste and supplying plenty of oxygen. It is also important what we get enough sleep. The number of hours we sleep we need dep...

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Short overview of London

London London is one of the world's great cities. Located in the southeast of England, on the River Thames, it is the capital of the United Kingdom and has been the heart of its political, cultural and business life for centuries. London has always been the centre of the world. The origin of the city may be dated around the beginning of the 1st century when a Celtic tribe settled near the Thames. The Romans founded London about 50 AD. Its name is derived from the Celtic word Londinios, which means `the place of the bold one'. The Romans brought with them forts, roads and the rule of law. Then in 61 AD Queen Boudicca led a rebellion against the Romans. Her army marched on London. No attempt was made to defend London. Boudicca burned London but after her rebellion was crushed it was rebuilt. By the end of the 2nd century, a 6metre stone wall was ...

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Passive voice

Passive voice Umbisikuline tegumood Kui tegija pole oluline või pole teada. The Present Simple Passive am is + III pv are Examples: I am watched. A book is read. Marks are given. The Past Simple Passive was were + III pv Examples: I was watched. A book was read. Marks were given. The Future Simple Passive will be + III pv Examples: I will be watched. A book will be read. Marks will be given. The Future Simple Passive in the Past would be + III pv Examples: I would be watched. A book would be read. Marks would be given. ...

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Reeglid

UNIT 4 4.1 Like and as Kasutame like, et öelda, et asjad on sarnased. He looks like his father. Ametlikumas vormis kasutame as, et öelda, et asjad on sarnased (esineb enne alust) ­ The exam starts at 9.30 as I have already said. Kasutame as, et rääkida ametitest ja töödest, mida inimesed teevad ­ She works as a teacher in a primary school. Kasutame as, kui me viitame informatsioonile, mida nii rääkija kui kuulaja juba teavad ­ As you know, I'm starting a new job next month. 4.2 Narrative tenses 4.2a Lihtminevik Kasutame: et rääkida sündmustest minevikus, mis on nüüdseks lõppenud ­ I went to the zoo last weekend. et rääkida mineviku situatsioonidest ­ I lived next door to my best friend. kaudses kõnes 4.2b Kestev minevik Kasutame: et rääkida asjades, mis on minevikus kestvad. They were walking along the bank of a river. et rääkida sündm...

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Estonia

Estonia Estonia is a little country in Northen Europe. 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 islands. From the north flat and from the east is Estonia hilly. It's highest peak is Suur Munamägi(318 m). Sometimes flooding occurs in the spring in Estonia. It's biggest lakes are Lake Peipsi and Lake Võrtsjärv. It's biggest islands are Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. In Estonia there is 26.5% arable land, 0.35% permanent crops and 73.15% other land. Natural resources in Estonai are oil shale, peat, phosphorite, clay, limestone, sand, dolomite, arable land, sea mud. The population of Estonia is about 1,341,000 people. Estonia, as a new member of the Wor...

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The Present Simple - Lihtolevik

The Present Simple Lihtolevik Moodustamine: Jaatav lause Eitav lause Ksiv lause I pv DO + not + I pv Do + I pv I pv + (e)s -3. pre ainsus DOES + not + I pv Does + I pv I work hard every day. I do not work hard every day. Do I work hard every day? You work hard every day. You do not work hard every day. Do you work hard every day? He/she/It works hard every day. He/She/It does not work hard every day. Does he/she/it work hard every day? We work hard every day. We do not work hard every day. Do we work hard every day? You work hard every day. You do not work hard every day. Do you work hard every day? They work hard every day. They do not work hard every day. Do they work hard every day? NB! Lihtoleviku moodustamisel kasutatakse tegusna ma-tegevusnime v...

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The Future Simple - Lihttulevik

The Future Simple Lihttulevik Moodustamine: Jaatav lause Eitav lause Ksiv lause will + I pv will + not + I pv will + I pv I will work hard tomorrow. I will not work hard tomorrow. Will I work hard tomorrow? You will work hard tomorrow. You will not work hard tomorrow. Will you work hard tomorrow? He/she/It will work hard tomorrow. He/She/It will not work hard tomorrow. Will he/she/it work hard tomorrow? We will work hard tomorrow. We will not work hard tomorrow. Will we work hard tomorrow? You will work hard tomorrow. You will not work hard tomorrow. Will you work hard tomorrow? They will work hard tomorrow. They will not work hard tomorrow. Will they work hard tomorrow? NB! Lihttulevik moodustatakse abitegusna ja phitegusna ma-tegevusnime (I pv) abil. (abitegusnadeks on SHALL (1.prdes) ja WILL (2. ja 3.prdes) ...

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Elu 2050 aastal

What kind of life can a child born in the year 2050 expect? How will a child feel when he opens his eyes in the year 2050? I think life will be very diffrent then. By the year 2050 pollution levels in cities will have decreased because scientists will have invented environmentally-friendly cars. By the year 2050 people will be living longer because scientists will have found cures for many diseases. By the year 2050 we will be going to other planets because space travel will have improved. By the year 2050 we will be doing more creative jobs because computers will be doing the most boring jobs. By the year 2050 there will be no more rainforests as we will have cutted them all down. By the year 2050 people will be living in cities under the sea because normal cities become too crowded. By the year 2050 there will be more poor people as there will be fewer jobs. By the year 2050 crime will have increased as there wi...

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Anton Hansen Tammsaare

A. H. Tammsaare (1878 ­ 1940) Anton Hansen Tammsaare is on of the Estonia's greatest writer. Evan today, his works are very popular. He was born on 30th January 1878 in Albu township, where he grew up and went to school to Sääseküla, later to Väike-Maarja School. After few years he had permission to study on at Hugo Treffner highschool. He came to literature at beginning of 20. century. His high period began at 1921. Anton Hansen Tammsaare died on 1st March, 1940.

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Viljandi

Kildu Basic School Viljandi by Eisi Kõiv Supervisor: Margit Kirss Kildu 2008 Our 700 years old Viljandi Viljandi is a town (24,000 inhabitants) in Estonia, 160 km south of the capital Tallinn. The town is the administrative capital of the county with the same name as the town. In Viljandi there is theater Ugala, cinema Rubiin, museum, art gallery. Give a concert in Culture centre, Jaani- and Pauluse church, but in Cultureacatemy, too. Folk Summer in Viljandi culminates with the annual folk music festival. The Viljandi Folk Music Festival is a music festival in Estonia with a central focus on European folk music.In the year 2006, over 24,000 people attended the concerts, but many more just came to take part in the festivities. As such, it is the largest annual music festival in Estonia, and one of the largest folk music festivals in Europe. Lake Viljandi Viljand...

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Eessõnad. Aeg. at, in, on

Inglise keele harjutused, testid: www.ilearn.ee Prepositions of time at 8 o'clock at the weekend at 10.30. at the moment AT at midnight / midday at the end of ... at night at Christmas / at Easter I start work at 8 o'clock. She can't sleep at night. We are going on holiday at the end of October. Are you busy at the moment? on Sunday(s) / Monday(s) on Monday morning ON on 25 April / 6 June on Saturday evening on New Year Day Goodbye! See you on Friday. I'm meeting Jill on Monday morning. The concert is on 22 November. ...

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Letter to friend

Hi Mürka It been a long time since i last wrote to you, and i have a lot to say. This holiday has been a especially exciting and fun. I`m just sad that this great holiday is going to end with this week. I had a trip to Finland, where a tried a mountain skiing and other really cool stuff. The trip lasted 1 week and we had a lots of fun in this time. Some favourite things that i did in Finland was skiing and I also liked the amusement park. During my next holiday i hope to visit Estonia, because you`ve said a lots of good things about this place. I´ll hope to meet you personally on my next holiday, but there`s couple of months scool till it. I`ll hope you`ll soon write me back and suggest me some good places to visit in Estonia. Yours Hainz

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Irish Potato Famine

Irish Potato Famine During the 19th century, 2/3 of the Irish people lived in very poor conditions under the British rule ­ they had to work for upper-class English landlords, who never set foot in Ireland. The work was to raise crop for a tiny piece of land (most of tenants had less than an acre) where they could grow food (potatoes) for their own families. Potatoes were grown because they have all the necessary vitamins in them and only the potatoes would suffice to feed a family when grown on such tiny holdings. In 1845 a fungus, called Phytophthora infestans (commonly known as potato blight) attacked the potato crop and destroyed half of it. Yet, this was not a catastrophe and people would pray for the next years' crop to be a proper one ­ but it was even worse and on top of that, the winter of 1846 was the "severest in living memory". The crop, which previously had provided 60% of the nations' food...

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Ameerika ühendriigid

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Form Tallinn 2005 Introduction The United States of America is a very big country. Its territory is about 9.4 million square kilometres and its population is more than 260 million people, 12% of them are the Afro-Americans. It is the world's third-largest country by size and by population. The population density is about 27 people per square kilometre. Most of the people live in towns. There are 50 states in America. The biggest of the state is Texas, next by size are California, Alaska and Montana. Six states - Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut ,Rhode Island and Massachusetts are called New England. They are all small states in the U.S. that lie in the north-east. The first colony of immigrants settled down in Virginia, in the eastern part of the U.S.A. The...

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Ametlik kiri - Formal letter

13 Wexford Grove Tamford. th 25 January, 2008 California Investments, Inc. 25 Sacramento Street San Francisco. Dear Mr. Weatherby, Thank you for taking the time to discuss the insurance broker position at California Investments, Inc., with me. After meeting with you and observing the company's operations, I am further convinced that my background and skills coincide well with your needs. I really appreciate that you took so much time to acquaint me with the company. It is no wonder that California Investments retains its employees for so long. I feel I could learn a great deal from you and would certainly enjoy working with you. In addition to my qualificatio...

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The People of London

The people of London Jaanika 9b London is a growing city with a population of more than seven million. It is also a multicultural city, as it has been since Roman times. Now about a quarter of the capital`s inhabitants are members of ethnic minotities. The Irish community The largest non-English group. People from Ireland first went to London in 1845. Irish-born population is over 250,000 Indian communities Indians are London`s largest ethnic minority. Population 411,000 Thousands arrived from Uganda and Kenya in the 1960s. Many Punjabi Sikhs, live in Hounslow. Pakistanis and Bangladeshis Thousands live in London, mostly in the east. Tower Hamlets is home to about half the city`s Bangladeshis. The heart of the community is a Brick Lane. Lined with inexpensive resturants. Caribbeans and Africans Black Caribbeans are second largest ethnic minority. They come from island...

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Famous castles of Scotland

Edinburgh Castle is an ancient stronghold which dominates the sky-line of the city of Edinburgh from its position atop Castle Rock. It is Scotland's second most visited tourist attraction. Human habitation of the site is dated back as far as the 9th century BC. As it stands today though, few of the castle's structures pre-date the Lang Siege of the 16th century, with the notable exception of St Margaret's Chapel, the oldest surviving building in Edinburgh, which dates from the early 12th century.As with all castles, Edinburgh's fortress has been a centre of military activity. As an ancient fortress Edinburgh Castle is one of the few that still has a military garrison, albeit for largely ceremonial and administrative purposes. The New Barrack Block is now home to the official headquarters of the Royal Regiment of Scotland and 52 Infantry Brigade, as well as home to the regimental museum of the Royal Scots and Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. ...

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Animals

A d o lp h in is a wild s e a a nim a l wh o is th e b e a s t o f p ra y. Do lp h ins live in th e s e a s a nd o c e a ns . A d o lp h in h a s a lo ng ne c k a nd s m a ll te e th . T h e y a re lo ve ly, p re tty, c le ve r a nd frie nd ly. T h e y c a n s wim we ll . T h e y c a nno t jum p a nd fly. Do lp h ins like to e a t fis h . A bear is a wild animal who is a beast of pray It lives in the forest. It has a short neck. Bears are cruel and rude. They can run, hunt and skip. Bears cannot fly and jump. They like to eat berries, meat and fish. A tiger is a wild animal who is a beast of...

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Ristsõna

P K E T W I S T P N L P S A W L S H O U A R E C I T E N P P G I R N R R S E T Q U N E E B E R L A P E T S T N S C P P A V S I S O N P X E B N G E N M E L O D Y E R W F A E A Y E R T N V R L Z M G J H E E L K T E L L K R E T U R N A E Q F D R E A M I M R I S G ...

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Ristsõna

A R F B S L O T E S I S S E T I T R N Y A I C A D N E I V M R G M T K K Y B E I O N Z U H J I E L L U A K K S A L R O I T L E P O I R O P T E Q W R R R C Y E A G X S U T O T A N R C B A C R N B L L Y T L O C A L E L M J A S Y S T E M A E D K R N J R I D E R M ratsanik ümbrik muusikal täpne kuninglik kohalik pilu, lõhe ühendus sorteerima signaal raud ...

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Ristsõna

V A M K E H U G E G S I C O W B O Y D T M L L C S P A T I W A L U L A A R R S S N N B L A T I N C P A E H R U L E C O R G S B X Z S X A H I E S O E M P I R E N R G K S W A S T L E C L O W N A T V S G impeerium baar eksisteerima, olema villa valitsema õnnestuma, toime tulema kauboi hiiglasuur klubi haigus ladina(keel) disko mosaiik allik...

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The History of Flag Day

The History Of Flag Day The Fourth of July was traditionally celebrated as America's birthday, but the idea of an annual day specifically celebrating the Flag is believed to have first originated in 1885. BJ Cigrand, a schoolteacher, arranged for the pupils in the Fredonia, Wisconsin Public School, District 6, to observe June 14 (the 108th anniversary of the official adoption of The Stars and Stripes) as 'Flag Birthday'. In numerous magazines and newspaper articles and public addresses over the following years, Cigrand continued to enthusiastically advocate the observance of June 14 as 'Flag Birthday', or 'Flag Day'. On June 14, 1889, George Balch, a kindergarten teacher in New York City, planned appropriate ceremonies for the children of his school, and his idea of observing Flag Day was later adopted by the State Board of Education of New York. On June 14, 1891, the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia held a Fla...

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The Father of Flag Day

Some of the books he wrote are: "Story of the American Flag" Profusely illustrated. "The Real Abraham Lincoln" "The Life of Alexander Hamilton" "The Real Robert Morris" (A Pennsylvania banker known as "the financier of the American Revolution.") "Story of the Great Seal of the United States." "History of American Emblems" "The History of American Heraldry" The Father of Flag Day Bernard J. Cigrand was first and foremost an American patriot. From the 1880s through the 1930s, he preached respect and honor for the nation and its flag. In 1885, however, Cigrand still a teenager and only at the beginning of his journey. He entered dental college later that year, mixing his professional studies with the promotion of the flag. In June 1886 he made his first public proposal for the annual observance of the birth of the flag when he wrote an article titled "The Fourteenth of June" in the old Chicago Argus newspaper. In June...

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Lumelauatamine

The most interesting hobby snowboarding I haven't tried snowboarding yet, but i have plans in the future to try it out, because its very interesting sport and it seems fun. Snowboarding Snowboarding is a sport where you use a snowboard which is attached to special shoes. Snowboarding was inspired by surfing and skateboarding and has a lot of similarities with skiing. It was started on 1960s in United States and it became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. Styles Freeride is the most common style of snowboarding. It involves riding down any terrain available. In freestyle the rider uses terrain features such as boxes, handrails, half pipes etc. Freecarve is similar to skiing, it's slalomriding. In that style of snowboarding there are little jumps or no jumps at all. Tricks 360 d...

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Surfamine

Surfing Waves carry you when you are standin on a surfboard. Surfing · Surfing is a surface water sport in which the participant is carried along the face of a breaking wave, most commonly using a surfboard. Surfboard · Surfboards are elongated platforms used in the sport of surfing. They are relatively light, but strong enough to support an individual standing on them while riding a breaking wave Learning to surf · Many popular surfing destinations offer surfing lessons and surfing camps. Surfing camps are multi day lessons that focus on the basic fundamentals of surfing. These camps are designed to take new surfers and help them become proficient riders. Typical surf instruction is performed in a one on one lesson format but can also be done in a group setting. Equipment · Surfing can be done on various pieces of equi...

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The rolling bun

Russian national tale "The rolling bun" Once there lived an old man and old woman. The old man said, "Old woman, bake me a rolling bun." "What can I make it from? I have no flour." "Eh, eh, old woman! Scrape the cupboard, sweep the flour bin, and you will find enough flour." The old woman picked up a duster, scraped the cupboard, swept the flour bin and gathered about two handfuls of flour. She mixed the dough with sour cream, fried it in butter, and put the rolling bun on the window sill to cool. The rolling bun lay and lay there. Suddenly it rolled off the window sill to the bench, from the bench to the floor, from the floor to the door. Then it rolled over the threshold to the entrance hall, from the entrance hall to the porch, from the porch to the courtyard, from the courtyard through the gate and on and on. The rolling bun rolled...

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Turnip

Russian national tale "The turnip" Grandpa planted a turnip. The turnip grew bigger and bigger. Grandpa came to pick the turnip, pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up! Grandpa called Grandma. Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up! Granddaughter came. Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up! The doggy came. Doggy pulled Granddaughter, Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up! A kitty came. Kitty pulled doggy, Doggy pulled Granddaughter, Granddaughter pulled Grandma, Grandma pulled Grandpa, Grandpa pulled the turnip. They pulled and pulled but couldn't pull it up! A mouse c...

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Powerpoint Flag Day'st

Flag Day June 14th The History Of Flag Day The idea of an annual day specifically celebrating the Flag is belived to have first originated in 1885. The Father of Flag Day was Bernard J. CiGrand, who was a schoolteacher at Stony Hill. In June 1886 he made his first public proposal for the annual observance of the birth of the flag when he wrote an article titled "The Fourteenth of June" in the old Chicago Argus newspaper. Bernard J. CiGrand In the years that followed, Cigrand authored hundreds of other magazine and newspaper articles advocating recognition of the June 14th adoption of the Stars and Stripes. Everybody agreed In the years that followed, 36 Governors, scores of mayors and five Presidents ...

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Health, Healthy habits and sports

Topic Health, Healthy habits and sports Health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being. A truly healthy person not only feels good physically but also has a realistic outlook on life and gets along well with other people. Good health enables people to enjoy life and to achieve the goals they have set for themselves. To achieve and maintain good health, people must have basic knowledge about the human body and how it functions. Therefore, learning about health should be a part of every person's education. All parts of body must work together properly to maintain physical health. A person who is in good physical condition has the strength and energy to enjoy an active life. Physical fitness benefits both physical and mental health. It helps the body to withstand stresses that otherwise could cause physical and emotional problems. Daily exercise provide...

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Letter of advertisement

Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing with regard to your advertisement in the newspaper " Times " on 10th September. I would be grateful if you could send me further information about the cars you introduce in your company. I would appreciate if you could answer a few questions I have. I am interested in buying a car for traveling through the Europe. I would like to know how fast is this car and if it consumes petrol or any other fuel. I would also like to know more about the test drive. I am interested in buying it, so I would be grateful if I could test this car . I wonder how many people can this car carry. I am living alone, so it would be better if car would look smaller. I love small sport cars more, than family cars. I want to thank you for reading my letter. I am looking forward to receive an answer from you . Yours faithfully, Karin Lett .

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London - tornide linn

London There were some people living on the banks of the Thames, when the Romans came to England in 43 AD. But we don't know much about them. The Romans built houses, a port and a bridge over the river and named the place Londinium. The bridge which was built by the Romans was later known as London Bridge and it was built in stone in 1176. London soon became the largest city in England and by the time of the Norman Conquest in 1066 it had become the most important city in Britain. It grew area and population until September 1666, when the Great fire destroyed four fifths of the wooden buildings in the City. The fire began in the kitchen of the King's baker in Pudding Lane and lasted for five days. By now London is a city of seven million people covering over 1,5 square miles. Nowadays the population of London is made up of the people of very many nationalities. It is a popular...

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Ireland

IRELAND Ireland is a very beautiful island in the Atlantic Ocean. That lays next to Great Britain. This island is gorgeous landscape, the green hillsides and the rocky coastline. Ireland weather is influence of the Gulf Stream, there is warm and rainy through the year. The Celts inhabited the land. Ireland is separated into two parts. The north part (smaller) is part of the United Kingdom, bigger part of island makes up Republic of Ireland (independent country). The population of the Republic of Ireland is about three and half million people. There are two official language- English and Gaelic. Mostly there is used English. The Irish are know as friendly and fun-loving people. They like music and humor. In Ireland the most popular legend is about the leprechaun. He is the shoemaker of the Irish fairy kingdom. The leprechaun usually walks alone, is fun-loving and very crafty. He is no bigger than t...

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Kadriday

Kadri day 25. NOVEMBER It is quite similar day with a Mart day. It is on 25. NOVEMBER. But Estonian go to run house to house in 24. november. You must to your self a beautiful and ladylike. The Kadri day is less popular day than Mart day. How Kadri day is get it name? It is get name from the Aleksandria saint Katarina. Katarina was saint of young maiden. How Estonia people celebrate Kadri day? For Estonian people it is old tradition what ensure the livestock lock. In that day gathered in masks donation. The repertoire was quite same as Mart day reperoire. Kadris wears the whites and beautiful clothes. The masks isn't ugly and robust. Now days are quite popular face paints. To hide the faces use gauzes and curtains.

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Martday

Mart day 10. november How mart day is get it name? Mardi day is on 10. november. That date is Mardi day get from the Martin Luther, who birthday is on 10 november 1483 year. How it celebrate in erst? On that day the autumn farming was end. Live stock impeled in the shed. In the Mart day people ate the goose, cooked sausages, drunk bear. That day solemnize soles came home and end the soul period. On that day were some work interdict because didn't may interfere the souls, prime- the womenkind works and make noise. After that day started to do inside works ­ started wintertime. Day before the Mart day young boys or mart families ran house to house and singed special songs and danced special dances. Marts (it is called people who run house to house day before The Mart day) brings the good live stock luck. Marts were dressed up into the dark. Marts wore the masks. Marts always had P...

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Sports

Sports I like to do sport. I have done sport for whole life. That may-be because my parents do sport, actually our whole family do sport. My dad is good at duatlon (that realm consist of bike riding and running). He is good cross county skier. He attends many others field sports too example orientation, cross country riding, ice-skating, roller-skating and many others. My mum is PE teacher. Older sister Karmen plays basketball in Pärnu sports school. Smaller sister Karolin is a skier. She also dance and go to gymnastic training. I go to volleyball trainings in Pärnu five times a week. I have played volley- ball about two years. I like play volleyball, because it is fun and nice game. I am (with Falck Pärnu volleyball team) winner of u-16 volleyball championship. I have always liked ballgames. When I was younger I played basketball, football and table-tennis. When I went to grade school I played ch...

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Ajad

PRESENT PRESENT PRESENT PAST SIMPLE PAST PAST PERFECT FUTURE SIMPLE CONTINUOUS PERFECT CONTINUOUS SIMPLE 1.korduv tegevus , 1.praegusel 1.tegevus mis 1.tegevus mis toimus 1.tegevus mis 1.tegevus mis 1.tegevuste kohta rutiin hetkel toimuvad algas minevikus mingil ajahetkel toimus kindlal leidis aset enne mis toimuvad 2.loodusseadused, tegevused aga kestab minevikus või ajal ja me ei räägi teist tegevust või tulevikus tavaliselt üldine tõde 2.ajutiselt toimuv praeguse hetkeni teadaoleval ajahetkel selle alguse ega mingil teatud kasutatakse koos ...

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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. Estonia is washed and influenced by the Baltic sea from west and the Gulf of Finland in the North. Estonia has very good geographical location. This gorgeous country is European union east border (since May 2004). Estonia is quite low country. The highest peak is 316 meter high. It is called Munamägi, and it lies in east of Estonia. Estonia has over the thousand lakes. The biggest lake is Peipsi, which separates Estonia from Russia. The biggest rivers are the river Pärnu and the river Võhandu. The main lowland areas are in west Estonia. Estonia has ...

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Countries I would like to go

Countries I'd like to go I'v allways wanted to go in Australia, New-Seeland, Egypt, America and India. First I wanted to go in Australia beacuse my father lives in there and I was sord of interested of Coalas and Kangaroos. But nao I want to go in Austalia beacuse I want to see a living shark by my one eye. I wod like to be in open water and it wod be super if the shark is a the Grate White shark. And allsow it wod be a perfekt place to spend a vacation. Facts about Austarlia: Australia is separated in five big parts, Western Australia is the bigest of them in the second place is Qeensland afther that comes Northern territory, New South Wales and South Australia. Australia lacates between India and South Pacific Ocean. The area of Australia:7 682 300 km2 The population of Australia:19,5 milion The Capital of Australia:Canberra (313 000 peolpe) New-Seeland hase allways ben one of my favorite coutries. The nature in Ne...

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Mesa Verde

Mesa Verde National Park The park was created in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt, to protect some of the best-preserved cliff dwellings in the world Contrary to popular belief, the Ancestral Puebloan people of Mesa Verde did not disappear. They migrated south to New Mexico and Arizona, and became today's modern pueblo people. Now the park averages about 600,000 visitors per year. Currently Mesa Verde has over 4,700 archaeological sites with many more yet to be discovered. Mesa Verde black-on-white pottery was sculpted into many things such as canteens, mugs, ladles and bowls. Klõpsake juhtslaidi teksti laadide redigeerimiseks Teine tase Thank Kolmas tase you for listening Neljas tase Viies tase

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Suuline eksam

http://www.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 to a concert? What concert was it? 8. Have you ever been to an openair concert? What was it like? 9. Do you sing at family parties? Where else Estonians like to sing? 10. Have you got a collection of cassettes, CD´s or LP´s at home? 11. Have you watched a ballet on TV? 12. Which do you prefer ­ ballet, drama or musical? 13. How often do you go to the theatre? 14. Do you prefer going to the theatre or watching TV? Why? 15. Do you prefer buying a cheap ticket and getting a seat at the back or spending more money and sitting in the...

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Reporti kirjutamine

REPORT What´s the purpose of the report? A report is usually written to give information to somebody who needs it. This means that the writer knows more about the subject than the reader. You may be asked to give information, evaluate something, or make suggestions and recommendations. MAKE YOUR REPORT CLEAR AND SIMPLE. What style should I use? A report is based on facts and/ or data. Think carefully about the best way to present the facts. Be clear and avoid unnecessary detail. Give essential information and recommendations. A report is a formal piece of writing and it is impersonal (avoid using the pronoun " I "). Say what you have to say in as few words as possible. How should I structure a report? Every report, like an essay, should have the following parts: A. INTRODUCTION- state what you are going to write about. If the report is based on a survey, state when and by whom the survey...

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Tegusõna BE

Tegusõna BE Tegusõnal BE on olevikus kolm vormi: I am He, she, it is We, you, they are Ainsus 1. isik I am young 2. isik You are strong 3. isik He is cleaver She is pretty It is cheap Mitmus 1. isik We are happy 2. isik You are kind 3. isik They are rich Küsiv vorm (mida eesti keelde tõlgitakse kas-küsimuse abil) moodustatakse sõnade järjekorra muutmise teel: He is lazy. ­ Is he lazy? She is pretty. ­ Is she pretty? Lihtminevikus kasutatakse ainsuses vormis was, mitmuses aga vormi were. I, he, she, it was We, you, they were

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Austraalia referaat inglise keeles

Tallinna Inglise Kolledz Australia Topic Alice Tärk, 8b. Tallinn 2007 Table of contents: Factfile............................................................................................. ................................. Symbols.......................................................................................... ....................................Head of State................................................................................................ ................... Government....................................................................................... ............................... History............................................................................................. .................................. Relief..................................................................................................

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Elva - power point

Elva is a town of many lakes and pines Present Elva is a town of recreational activities, culture and sports. On May 1st, 1938 Elva became a town In 1913 a two grade school was opened Elva is named after the Elva river that has been mentioned in books already in XVII century.

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Fabio Capello

THE REAL FABIO CAPELLO Independent, The (London), Dec 13, 2007 The Italian poised to become the new England manager is an admirer of the Pope and Silvio Berlusconi and praised the 'order' left by General Franco. The FA may be hoping he learns to keep his opinions to himself. By Cahal Milmo A touchline philosopher The blazerati of the Football Association are well known for their dislike of controversy. In the past, rampant publicity over the personal affairs of England managers has done little to endear them to the sport's mandarins. So a disciplined, conservative Italian who attempts to shun the limelight, avoids late nights and socialises outside football circles would appear to be their man. Yesterday, Fabio Capello sat down for talks with FA bosses that are expected to result in him being awarded a multi-million pound contract before Christmas. A perfect match? Well, possibly. There's just one thing. The con...

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Present Simple - Lihtolevik

Present Simple ­ Lihtolevk Spikker: +(jaatav) 1.põhivorm + (e)s -> he, she, it -(eitav) do(does) + not + 1.põhivorm ?(küsiv) do(does) + 1.põhivorm I do You do He, She, It does We do You do They do Do, Does = abitegusõnad. Abitegusõna Do, Does kasutatakse ainult eitavas ja küsilauses. 1) 3.pöördes lisatakse lõppu ­es, kui sõna lõpus on tähed ­ss,-sh,-ch,-x,-o nt: he does , he goes , he misses , he watches , he mixes . 2) 3.pöördes y -> muutub -> ies, kui y ees on kaashäälik nt: study ­ studies 3) 3.pöördes y -> ys , kui y ees on täishäälik. Present Simple ­ Lihtolevik väljendab: 1. Korduvat tegevust! 2. Püsivat olukorda! 3. Sõiduplaanide ja ajagraafikutega seotud tulevikku! 4. Tegevust mingil ajal! 5. Kõigile tuntud fakte! SPIKKERSÕNAD: 1) always - alati,2) sometimes ­ vahepeal,3) seldom ­ harva,4) usually ­ tavaliselt, 5) often ­ tihti,6) once a week ­ kord nädalas,7) twice a day ­ kakskorda päevas, 8) three t...

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Past Simple - Lihtminevik

Past Simple ­ Lihtminevik + 2.põhivorm. did + not + 1.põhivorm ? did + 1.põhivorm Did on abitegusõna, mida kasutatakse eitavas ja küsilauses Past Simple ­ Lihtminevik väljendab: 1) Minevikus toimunud tegevust. Tegvuse või sündmuse aeg on antud. Nt: The man entered the comprament and hid under a seat. 2) Tegevus on lõppenud. Nt: I bought a book yesterday. Spikkersõnad: 1. Ago ­ ammu! 2. Last ­ viimane, eelmine! 3. Yesterday ­ eile! Nt laused! + I went to school. I did not go to school. ? Who went to school? ? What did you do? ? Where did you go? 1.põhivorm ­ ma tegevusnimi

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USA ajalugu

HISTORY PRECOLONIAL AMERICA Before the first Europen settlers came, various groups of interrelated cultures lived there. Such as the Tingits, the Nootka, the Yurok and many more. Indigenous people mostly fished, because there vas a vast stock of fish. But they also relied upon agriculture, hunting and trapping. They built stable villages, and lived either in birchcovered wigwams or in rectangular longhouses. Later the indigenous people were called indians, by Christopher Columbus who thought that he had reached to India. COLONIAL AMERICA As far as people know were the Vikings first European settlers to visit America. but in 1492, an Italian sailor called Christopher Columbus reached southern America when he was looking for a sea route from Europe to India. He is called to be the man who discovered America. In 1607 two very different groups of English people came to America. a group of farmers began a...

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Houses of parliament

HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT Houses of Parliament also known as the Palace of Westminster is one of the most attractive buildings in London. It stands on the site where Edward the Confessor had the original palace built in the first half of the eleventh century . In 1547 the royal residence was moved to Whitehall Palace, but the Lords continued to meet at Westminster, while the commons met in St. Stephen's Chapel. Ever since these early times, the Palace of Westminster has been home to the English Parliament. In 1834 there was a huge fire that destroyed much of the old palace. All that remained was the chapel crypt, The Jewel Tower and Westminster Hall. It was Lord Melbourne, the Prime Minister, who saved the great hall by arranging for the fire engines to be brought right into the hall and personally supervising the fire fighting operation. The magnificent Gothic Revival masterpiece you see ...

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James Watt

James Watt James Watt was born in Greenock on January 19 in 1736, the son of a ship's chandler. He worked in his father's shop and he developed an interest in trying to make things "work like clockwork". In his late teens he went to London to learn to be a "mathematical and philosophical instrument maker", and when he returned to Glasgow he got a job making instruments with Glasgow University, who gave him a place where to live and a workshop. In 1763 John Andreson asked him to repair an early steam engine he had bought. This early model, known as a Newcomen engine, was very unefective. The cylinder (where the piston was) had to be heated when steam was admitted, and then cooled again to condense the steam. This wasted a lot of time and fuel. Two years later, while walking through Glasgow Green, Watt hit upon the idea of condensing the steam in a separate place. This ...

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Artikli kasutamine pärisnimedega

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Mitmuse moodustamine

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The Passive Voice

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"The horse whisperer" raamatu kokkuvõte

Tallinna Inglise Kolledz THE HORSE WHISPERER BOOK REPORT Alice Tärk, 9b. Title: The Horse Whisperer Author: Nicholas Evans Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd Year: 1991 Number of pages: 97 Genre: fiction The setting: Takes place in Montana The Time Period: 1995 Goal: Some are going to be okay, some are not. The main character is Grace, who is thirteen years old and lives with her mother and father in New York. She is a usual teenager until she loses her leg and her best friend in a serious riding accident. After that she is sad and truly desperate hating the entire world. Her mother Annie is an Englishwoman who had lost his dad and wanted to prove her whole life that she is good in everything: as an important journalist in a fashionable magazine, as a mother and as a husband. But her job is number one and she does not find a lot time for her daughter and husband. ...

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Shaun White

My favourite sportsmen Shaun White Shaun White won the gold medal in halfpipe at the 2006 winter Olympics. The boarder, sometimes called the flying tomato, sor his wild red hair, won the event by beating his fellow a famous snowboarder Danny Cass. White is an athlete who does two thing: snowboarding and skateboarding. He was the first person to won at both Summer and Winter X Games in two different sports. Shaun White was born September 3, 1986 in California. Shaun started snowboarding when he was six years old after watchin his bigger brother Jesse White trying it. Shaun started to compete in amateur competitions a year later. After winning almost every snowboard competition he took part, he was became sponsored by Burton, the worlds most famous snowboarding company, and became a pro when he was only 13. Shaun was given a nickname Future Boy, when ...

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Inglismaa

khTallinn English College The United Kingdom Topic Mari-Liis Pakats Tallinn 2008 2 Table of Contents Introduction..................................................................................................................4 Geographical Position .................................................................................................4 History .........................................................................................................................4 Government..................................................................................................................5 Queen Victoria.............................................................................................................5 Relief...............................................................................................................................

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Pronouns

PRONOUNS Object form Possessive Subject form Possessive Reflexive Pronouns Osastav asesõna Omastav Nimetav asesõna Omastav Enesekohased asesõnad Keda? Asesõna + nimisõna Kes? Nimisõna + verb+asesõna Mida? Kelle? Mis? Kelle? (ennast, ise) Kellele? Mille? Mille? I ­ mina Me ­ mind My ­ minu Mine ­ minu Myself I am a girl. You love me. My friend. This book is min...

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Passive Sentences

PASSIVE SENTENCES Active (subject+verb) Passive (object+verb) Present Simple Passive am/is/are + III PV She writes books. The books are written _________ Present Continuous Passive am/is/are + being + III PV She is writing a book. The book is being written.______ Present Perfect Passive Have/has + been + III PV She has written a book. The book has been written._____ Past Simple Passive was/were + III PV She wrote a book. The book was written._________ Past Continuous Passive was/were + being + III PV She was writing a book. The book was being written.____ Past Perfect Passive had + been + III PV She had written a book. The book had been written._____ Future Simple Passive will + be + III PV She will write a book. The book will be written.______ Future Perfe...

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Tõnu Kaljuste ( in English )

Tõnu Kaljuste. Tõnu Kaljuste is one of the Estonian best-known condructors. Tõnu Kaljuste was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1953 and is the son of Heino Kaljuste, who was a famous musical teacher. Tõnu sang in his father's choirs as a child. Tõnu Kaljuste has described his father as his first musical influence and inspiration. Tõnu Kaljuste is the conductor who founded the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra. He has been a regular Grammy nominee and the winner of several prizes for recordings. Tõnu Kaljuste began his academic musical education with piano studies at the Tallinn Secondary Music School, which he completed in 1971 after specializing in choral conducting under the teacher Harri Ilja. He is finished Leningrad Conservatory. Kaljuste took his father's role as leader of the Ellerhein Chamber choir in 1974. After 10 year, in 1980 the Ellerhein Chamber Choir won 1st Pr...

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Vaatamisväärsused Eestis

Pikk Hermann Pikk Hermann is a tower of the Toompea Castle, on Toompea hill in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The first part was built 1360-1370. It was rebuilt 16th century. A staircase with 215 steps leads to the top of the tower. The Niguliste church The Niguliste church dates back to the 13th century, tough most of the present structure is 200 years later than that. The curch is also used for concerts and organ recitals and has fine accoustics. Alexander Nevski Cathedral The buildings belltowers host a total of 11 belss the largest of wich weighs 15 tonnes. One of the most spectacular seights in the old town of Tallinn is the Alexander Nevski Cathedral's interior. The Pühavaimu church The tower bell of Pühavaimu church, made in 1433, is the oldest in Estonia. And the painted clock...

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Ajavormide tabel

SIMPLE CONTINUOUS PERFECT I (-s) DO/DOES AM/IS/ARE + ING HAVE/HAS + III pv. I learn English I am learning English I have learned English. I get up at 7 every day. I'm reading a good book at the I've learned 10 words today. He doesn't get up at 7. moment. He hasn't learned any new What time do you get up? He isn't reading anything at the words today. moment. How many words have you What are you reading at the learned today? moment? 1 Korduv tegevus. 1 Praegu toimuv. 1 Äsja lõppenud 2 Püsiv olukord. 2 Praeguse perioodi vältel 2 Täna/sel nädalal toimunud 3 Tulevikus toimuv, seotud toimuv. ...

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