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Inglise keele eksamiks- Monologue

MONOLOGUE: preparation time 3 minutes, uninterrupted monologue time 2 minutes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDUCATION AND JOBS A5 MONOLOGUE Topic A5.2 Read the topic below and prepare to speak about it. Use the questions given to help to plan your monologue. Some people think that all school-children should wear school uniforms. Why do you think they say that? Do you agree? Give reasons. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You are expected to structure your monologue and present it speaking fluently with appropriate pronunciation and intonation and only natural pauses. You are expected to express yourself confidently, clearly and politely. Interact naturally with appropriate openings, fillers and amplifications. Be logical and clear, paraphrase successfully

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Monologue and photos

PHOTO COMPARISON (Solutions Upper Intermediate /Photos p. 140)  In picture 1 I can see a young Asian man being thrown up in the air by his course mates. The picture is taken somewhere outside as the man is wearing a coat.  In picture 2 I can see numerous students sitting their exam in a big hall.  The photos are connected with the topic of university  There are a few similarities between these two pictures. First, they both show young people making an effort. Second, picture 1 as well as picture 2 tell us about typical aspects of student life.  However, the pictures clearly differ from each other in several aspects. To start with, while the young man in p1 is obviously

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Agreeing & disagreeing

5. That's just what I think. 5.0 AGREEING 5.1 Expressing complete agreement We say one thing and mean another? Exactly. You mean, you can't fool all the people all of the time? Exactly. You mean it's possible to ignore the Green Party, but you can't ignore their policies when a general consensus of people come to support them? Exactly. Once the level of benefit is higher than their take-home pay, why should they do a job? Precisely, but the answer isn't to remove benefits from those who really need them. 5.2 Expressing conditional agreement I'd agree with you if the purpose of hell was to rehabilitate people back into heaven, but hell is usually associated with torture and damnation. I'd certainly agree if you're thinking of the World Cup. 6. I'm afraid I don't agree. 6. DISAGREEING 6

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The sale of human organs

The sale of human organs A lot of people sell their organ or even organs. That wonders me, do i want to sell my organ to somebody? In my opinion, selling organ to somebody is a good thing. I love to help people out, and if i have healthy organs, then why not to give one organ to somebody who really needs it? I think that it doesn't matter who the person is, i would give it to him/her, if he/she needs it. However, there are some people who are against to it. They think that this is too abominable and they will never give their organ to somebody. However they still say that they will think about it, when I offer them money

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Opinion essay

OPINION ESSAY Opinion essays are formal in style. They require your opinion on a topic which must be clearly Introduction stated and supported by reasons. It is necessary Paragraph 1 to include the opposing viewpoint in another State the topic and your opinion paragraph. clearly A successful opinion essay should have: Main Body a) an introductory paragraph in which you Paragraph 2 state the topic and your opinion; Viewpoint 1 and reason b) a main body which consists of two or more

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Suuline eksam

When? Why? 22. Have you ever seen a rehearsal of a show? When? Which show? 23. Have you ever been to a zoo? Which zoo? What animals were there? http://www.abiks.pri.ee 24. Have you ever been to a funfair? Where? 25. Have you ever been to a circus? When? Where? 26. Have you ever seen a circus show on TV? 27. What did you see in the show? (an animal act? clowns? acrobats? jugglers?) 28. Are you good at juggling? What makes you think so? 29. Do you like aerobics? Are you good at it? Do you know anybody who is? 30. Would you like to perform in a circus? 31. Do you know anybody who might become a good clown? What must a clown be good at? 32. Have you ever played sport regularly? What training classes do you go to and how often? What sport would you like to play and why? 33. Have you ever taken part in sport competitions? When, where and what were the results? 34

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Do you consider yourself more functionalist or more conflict theorist?

Do you consider yourself more functionalist or more conflict theorist? Please explain why? Functionalism and conflict theory are very different views of society, but they are not exactly opposites. Both have arguments, that make people think about the society they live in and both have theorists who critize each other. In my opinion, none of the theories are completely wrong but I do tend to agree with people on the conflict theory side. Firstly, functionalism ignores inequality and focuses too much on the positive functions in society. For example racism, functionalists will say that it must be imporant in order to exist as long as it has but in my opinion that sounds quite doubtful. The most problematic part about racism is above all the tension and conflict which comes with it. Seems to me, that functionalists ignore the negative sides which society has on people.

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Edulugude võistlus

Edulugude võistlus Success-story competition „Small Town Inhabitants – Educated or Uneducated People“ To begin with, my childhood was quite ordinary, I spent a lot of time in my country home, spending most of my time playing. I have been raised by my mother. As I grew older, I got more and more interested in different things. At one point it occured to me that when I want to be successful in some field, then I really have to educate myself in that filed.When my friends have characterised me then they have mainly mentioned that I am an active person, who has been successful in different fields. I still do not think I am succesful because it is a really complicated definition, but I know that I have succeeded in doing several things. For me the key is my so called success has been

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Useful language

I have no hesitation in recommending X as a ... Letters to the editor I am writing about the article on ... , which appeared (in last night's paper). I am writing with reference to the article you published (in last month's issue). I have just read your article on ... and I feel I must ... You raised some issues which I feel strongly about. At the start of your article, you appear to claim that ... I am afraid I totally disagree. I am completely in agreement. I am sure readers will agree with me when I say that ... ARTICLES Sequencing At first / To start with/In the beginning, ... Then/Next/After that, ... The next thing that happened was ... The next thing I knew was ... Seconds/Minutes later, Late on/Some time later, It wasn't until much later that ... After some time/After what seemed like years, ...

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Aforismid,tsitaadid

päike. Ole vaid mu kõrval kui mind piinab meeleheide. Ole mu kõrval, kui kumab kuu, kui su nime hüüab mu suu, ära tõota mulle, et armastad mind, kui ei ole valmis ohverdama end. Luba, et printsess jääb printsiga, kuni nad veel siin ilmas elavad. Unustame hetkeks kõik muu me, tunnetame üksteise kiireid südamelööke, kas tunned, kuidas süda jätab lööke vahele, see kõik on midagi uut, meile kahele. · Women are stronger than men, because they can walk in a 12 cm stilettos without showing the pain. · Men would kill to protect women they love. Men were born because of women. Women.. We're special · It doesn't matter where, when, or how did we met. What matters is the fact that we did. · Loving someone so much doesn't always mean they're right one for us. · Wishes are for lazy people who can't get up and make their dreams come true on their own. Make it happen!

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Golden Grammar rules

VERB OBJECT She speaks English very well . (NOT She speaks very well English.) Andy likes skiing very much. (NOT Andy likes very much skiing.) 14. Don't use the present perfect have/has seen, have/has gone etc with words that name a finished time. I saw him yesterday. (NOT I have seen him yesterday.) They went to Greece last summer. (NOT They have gone ... last summer.) 15. English (the language) normally has no article. You speak very good English. (NOT You speak a very good English.) 16. After look forward to, we use ing, not an infinitive. I look forward to seeing you. (NOT I look forward to see you.) We're looking forward to going on holiday. (NOT ... to go on holiday.) 17. Information is an uncountable noun. Can you give me some information? (NOT Can you give me an information?) I got a lot of information from the Internet. (NOT I got a lot of informations from the Internet.) 18. Use ing forms after prepositions.

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Suhted laste ja vanematega

Students' own answers pointing to his sister's ice cream. 5 The thief grabbed my bag and ran The photos are connected with the 1B Past and perfect tenses off. topic of school. Both photos show page 4 6 He dropped a leaf into the water students in class. In the first photo I imagine that 1 1 ate and watched it drift under the they're about 13 years old. 2 have/'ve met bridge.

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Clarification

9. What do you mean exactly? _____Let me explain. 9. CLARIFICATION 9.1 Clarification through short Yes/No Questions inviting illustration or example. They (North Americans) enjoy telling us that they're the best. And are they right? Yes, if you measure success purely in dollars. ... but the (health) service is under too much pressure to give adequate support. Can you be a bit more specific? Certainly. There're thousands of people who are in great pain. Some are waiting for minor surgery while others are waiting for treatment at pain control clinics. ... but it's possible to give the job to a man with fewer qualifications. Does that happen?

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Truancy in school – individual responsibility

Truancy in school ­ individual responsibility Hello ladies and gentlemen, today I am here to talk to you about truancy in school and why is it an individual responsibility. Truancy in school is a very serious problem nowadays. Unfortunately many students have lost their motivation to study. According to the BBC 400,000 children were persistently absent from England's schools in the past year and missed about one month of school each. The effect that poor attendance at school can have on a child's education can be permanent and damaging but skipping should be child's own responsibility and it is not right to punish the parents for it. Students have many reasons why they are skipping school, mostly they do not like the

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Essee kirjutamine inglise keeles

length in the later paragraphs) In other words, the reader, having read the introduction, should know exactly what to expect in the body of the essay. DO NOT bring in any new thoughts later! Paragraph 5: Conclusion Final remark (significance, personal effect, etc) Strong, effective message the reader will remember. NO NEW IDEAS! Types: For-and-against essay For example: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a foreign country. Package holidays: good or bad? Outline: Introduction- state topic Paragraph 2 – ALL the advantages/arguments for Paragraph 3 – ALL the disadvantages/arguments against Final paragraph – Give a balance consideration or your own opinion without using personal words or expressions Present the advantages and disadvantages in a fair way, discussing them objectively in equal detail. Do not use strong, emotional expressions (I know, I believe… Use words like: It seems that… It can be seen that…) Useful language:

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Health and fitness

Why/Why not? 2. What do you do to keep fit? 3. What are the most common illnesses of the modern world? 4. Are regular check-ups with doctors necessary? 5. Whose responsibility do you think is the health of citizens? Explane. 6. Is following a healthy lifestyle fashionable? Exp. 7. Some parents limit the time their child spends at the computer. Do you agree? Give reasons. 8. What could governments do to promote a healthy lifestyle? 9. Can fashion have a negative effect on a person's health? Give reasons. 10. What can schools do , to help students be healthy? 11. Are you a sensible eater? 12. Tell about your eating habits. Health and fitness

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An analysis of the problem of Political Power - essee

they disobey. Who should have that kind of power? Actually the political power is quite mysterious by itself. If someone has legitimate political power over me then he or she has a right to force me to do things that they want.(Wolff, 1996) But how can other person have rights to tell me what I have to do? It feels insulting if someone says to me what I have to do ­ especially if he or she thinks that he or she has a right to punish me if I disobey. But of course there is a different view. We need to think about, how will the others behave if they were not held back by laws. If we think about it then there might be a lot to say about the importance of political power. (Wolff, 1996) Nature ­ condition We think that it is self-evident that we live in the world of political institutions.(Wolff, 1996) These institutions divide and make political power. They determine people to their work positions which need responsibility. That way these people say that they have right

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Inglise keele kõne

A basic education is provided free of charge for young people in nearly all developed and democratic countries. However, when it comes to university, or higher education, there are many different approaches taken. In some countries (such as Finland and Sweden) higher education is still free. In other countries, higher education is purchased like any other service. In many countries (such as the UK and the USA), fees are charged to students but how much of the cost of education these cover varies greatly. Often governments offer loans and financial support to help students pay these fees. However, more and more people want to go to university, putting student funding systems under pressure. So should Governments charge fees for higher education, or provide it for free? Government should charge fees because it is well known that the `education' is often only a small part of the university experience

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TARTUFFE (inglise keelne)

You do the opposite of my instructions; You've no respect for anything; each one Must have his say; it's perfect pandemonium. DORINE If . . . MADAME PERNELLE You're a servant wench, my girl, and much Too full of gab, and too impertinent And free with your advice on all occasions. DAMIS But . . . MADAME PERNELLE You're a fool, my boy--f, o, o, l Just spells your name. Let grandma tell you that I've said a hundred times to my poor son, Your father, that you'd never come to good Or give him anything but plague and torment. MARIANE I think . . . MADAME PERNELLE O dearie me, his little sister! You're all demureness, butter wouldn't melt In your mouth, one would think to look at you. Still waters, though, they say . . . you know the proverb; And I don't like your doings on the sly. ELMIRE But, mother . . . MADAME PERNELLE Daughter, by your leave, your conduct In everything is altogether wrong; You ought to set a good example for 'em;

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What are the advatanges and disadvantages of using Facebook?

What are the advatanges and disadvantages of using Facebook?      Today in our world is the Internet very popular way to spend time. One of the people favorite  site is clearly Facebook. Only the fact that Facebook has over 845 million active users is sign  that it is part of our generation. In all of the good things are advantanges and disadvantages, so  does Facebook.   Facebook in our lifes is very natural. We use it every day, but we do not think how it affects our  lifes. It plays very big role in our communication. Some of the advantages are that you can  contact with people in every time and you are always informed about latest news and activities.    It is easy and takes only few seconds. People who use Facebook messenger, do 

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Crime

Crime In the sociological field, crime is the breach of a rule or law for which some governing authority or force may ultimately prescribe a punishment. The word crime originates from the Latin crimen. Even in society there are always black sheep and these people are called 'criminals'. Estonia is a relatively safe country, although there are some situations, where people should be more careful ­ crime has been increased lately. We could count different type of crimes, but most common are smuggling and robberies. Many people like something, what do not belong to them. On the one hand, news are talking about shoplifting, bank robbery and vandalism. When looking for the reasons why people commit crimes I can only say what I believe to be sure of, and it is that individuals go against laws because they choose so, as criminal behaviour is a matter of choice. People want to have somebody`s things for living better

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Essay- Money is the All Root of Evil

need money then they can borrow that from you. Also it causes troble too when you do not have money. Because when you do not have it you think that you are so unhappy only because you do not have money. It is because you cannot buy things you think you need to be happy. I think that, when someone thinks that they are unhappy because they do not have money, they are stupid. There are so many things to be happy for. I think money is the root of all evil because money can make sometimes the best friends to a enemies. Money can change things some times very much. Like when you need some money and you borrow that from your friend and promise her to give it back. And then your friend really needs this money you had borrowed from her and you just cannot give it back because you do not have it anymore. Then there is the situation when you do not have your friend anymore. Because you do not keep your promises and friendships consists of trust.

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CHANGE YOUR THINKING CHANGE YOUR LIFE

, 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, (978) 750-8400, fax (978) 750-4470, or on the web at www.copyright.com. Requests to the Publisher for permission should be addressed to the Permissions Department, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030, (201) 748-6011, fax (201) 748-6008, e-mail: [email protected]. Limit of Liability/Disclaimer of Warranty: While the publisher and author have used their best efforts in preparing this book, they make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book and specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. No warranty may be created or extended by sales representatives or written sales materials. The advice and strategies contained herein may not be suitable for your situation

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A New Earth

the beauty that is an essential part of their own innermost being, their true nature. The first recognition of beauty was one of the most significant events in the evolution of human consciousness. The feelings of joy and love are intrinsically connected to that recognition. Without our fully realizing it, flowers would become for us an expression in form of that which is most high, most sacred, and ultimately formless within ourselves. Flowers, more fleeting, more ethereal and more delicate than the plants out of which they emerged, would become like messengers from another realm, like a bridge between the world of physical forms and the formless. They not only had a scent that was delicate and pleasing to humans, but also brought a fragrance from the realm of spirit. Using the word “enlightenment” in a wider sense than the conventionally accepted one, we could look upon flowers as the enlightenment of plants.

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British History KT küsimused ja vastused

1. How many public holidays or Red-Letter Days are there in Britain? Name them. 8 public holidays in Britain: two at Christmas, one for the New Year(which was only introduced in the late 1970s) two at Easter and three Bank Holidays. 2. What is the same and what is different about the way Christmas is celebrated in England and Estonia? In England, there's common to sing Carol's and for children, Christmas means pantomimes ­ plays based on fairy tales which combine comedy, dance and song. A traditional Christmas dinner includes roast turkey with roast potatoes, a range of vegetables, cranberry sauce etc., followed by Christmas pudding and Christmas cake. The pulling of crackers(and the wearing of paper hats) before the meal is quite popular

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Presentation vocabulary

I started out in... Welcome to Standard Electronics. I know I've met some of you, but just for the benefit of those I haven't, my name's (...). It's very nice to see you all here today. I'm very pleased to be here. I'm glad you could all make it. Thanks for inviting me. Thank you (all) for coming. Title/Subject I'd like to talk (to you) today about ... I'm going to present the recent ... explain our position on ... introduce ... brief you on ... inform you about ... describe ... The subject of my talk focus presentation topic paper (academic) speech (usually to public audience) Purpose/Objective My purpose/objective/aim today is ... What I want to do this morning is ...

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Essee "Homelessness"

We live in a cruel world where people only think about themselves. There are extremely few people who care about homeless people even though homelessness has greatly increased over the past decade. But why is that so? Are they worse than us? As Mike Yakonski once said: “Sometimes it's easy to walk by because we know we can't change someone's whole life in a single afternoon. But what we fail to realize it that simple kindness can go a long way toward encouraging someone who is stuck in a desolate place.” I can relate to that fairly well because everyday i see homeless people and it makes me extremely sad. When i got a spare change with me i always give it to the ones that need it the most, because i think it is the only

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Õigusfilosoofia

If something is, then it is a being. But what exactly is this IS that we can see or on the opposite can not see? Therefore this is one of the fundamental questions of philosophy. 2. Can you reject solipsism? Solipsism (solus ipse) means nothing exists, therefore everything is an illusion outside of our own minds. I think that it is true that we know WE as in myself exists. But i can not for certain say that the person reading this exists although it might seems like it to me. I think that you really can’t reject solipsism on the whole because you do know that you exists, but can you for certain say that anybody else does? It may as well be just an illusion, but you never can say for certain. That is why you can not reject it, although you may say that you don’t believe it. 3. What is Kant’s categorical imperative? It is a kind of ethic or moral law or philosophy that applies to every being. It is a motivation

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Books are not absolutely dead things

Humans die. But if human creates something, for example, a book, then it may live centuries. Books are like the continuation of the book writers life. Human's mind can forget, but if the book is in the bookshelf and your name is on the cover, then it will not disappear anywhere. You may "live" thousands of years. The thing what changes everything, is the content of the book. There may be a lot of rubbish between the covers, but also intriguing stories. The book is a good way of expressing your thoughts and feelings. And the positive side is, that you do not have to speak. You put your thoughts on the paper and just publish it. But publishing may sometimes make a lot of trouble. Books have caused big conflicts. From the past, we know a lot of cases, in which the books have been burnt and the writers been killed. That shows clearly, that books are not absolutely dead things. But I think that, no one should be killed or punished because of expressing their thoughts

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Solutions Advanced Workbook key

4 to put up with lack of vitamin A. Now there's a new 5 be looked after type of rice which has been engineered to contain massive amounts of vitamin 6 drop me off A. So there you are ... problem solved! 7 to lay off Rosie Yeah, these are good 8 turned up intentions, but not if we end up poisoning people in the long run. I 1F Discussion page 9 don't know, I just find the whole thing unnatural. I don't think we have a right 1 1 laboratory 5 crops to `play God' in this way.

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Home Assignments

ELT Methodology (FLGR.01.041) 27.12.2012 Home Assignments. I Youtube clips: · A vision of K-12 students I personally think that Estonian learners are also digital learners. They spend more time at the computers or laptops or iPads etc. than read books or move outside. And another thing is that teachers are less capable in using technological appliances. But the latter mentioned fact is an advantage for us ­ teachers as well. It gives us an opportunity to provide our students to experience success. They can help and assist us if we need some technological help. Another thing is that in schools, in classes generally students are not allowed to

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

butter? Why drown spring lamb in wine or cream and spices, when with just one or two herbs it is absolutely delicious? If you ask foreigners to name some typically English dishes, they will probably say "Fish and chips" then stop. It is disappointing, but true that, there is no tradition in England of eating in restaurants, because the food doesn't lend itself to such preparation. English cooking is found at home. So it is difficult to a good English restaurant with a reasonable prices. In most cities in Britain you'll find Indian, Chinese, French and Italian restaurants. In London you'll also find Indonesian, Mexican, Greek... Cynics will say that this is because English have no "cuisine" themselves, but this is not quite the true. Vocabulary: to criticize - tasteless ­ overcooked - ingredient - to invent - sauces - to disguise - spice ­ herb - delicious - disappointing - to lend ­ cuisine ­ British Youth (2)

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Why should tourists visit Estonia?

Why should tourists visit Estonia? I have always though of my country as a huge ,,multicultural city". 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.

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