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Argumentative essay "Too many people spend too much time playing games and sports"

Some say that people nowadays spend too much time playing games and sports. It is my opinion that it is important to do sports and playing games is developing. First of all, there aren’t too many people who do sports, i’d say too less. Most people I know enjoy staying indoors. I think everyone should take part in sports in order to have healthy body and a healthy mind. Secondly, playing computer games is rather good than bad. Games help people relax and they can teach us a lot about history or geography as well. Opponents say that people are wasting time on games and sports. Firstly, they argue that sports can be injurious. For example, you broke your leg while playing football. They also say that computer games are addictive and make people aggressive. However, in my opinion, sports and games is very good way to spe...

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Irish sports

Not allowed to throw the hurley. Not allowed to throw the ball. In equipment must be ­ sliotar (ball), hurley(stick), helmet. Gaelic Football Gaelic football is a sport played between two teams of 15 players on a rectangular grass pitch. The objective of the sport is to score points by passing the ball through the other team's goals, a set of two upright posts separated by a crossbar 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) above the ground. Boxing Top 3 boxers in Ireland. Jimmy McLarnin Steve Collins Barry McGuigan Basketball Basketball is Ireland's third largest sport in participation terms with over 180,000 people actively playing . Numbers playing have increased from 120,000 sin...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part Three A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit Hi there and welcome to Part Three of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Ben Edwards - professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full Creator of song by yourself. Jamorama This lesson continues on from lessons one and two. In lesson one you learnt how to start playing and how to play the chords A and D. In the second lesson you were shown how to read tab. This lesson will be similar to the second part of lesson two, however I plan...

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Should children be encouraged to do sports?

Should children be encouraged to do sports? The majority of parents do not know how to make their children understand the importance of exercising, especially because of the amout of technology no child will rather go out and play football than sitting at home and watching TV or playing video games. Should we encourage children to do sports? Firstly, doing sports is important for our health and if children do not do sports it may cause health conditions when they get older for example overweight. Choosing an exercise should be appropriated to the child's age and development. A good thing to do is to take the child for a walk, swimming pool or even to play a video game Wii. Secondly, sports makes children more active and playful, which develops their minds. Sports influence people mental health and it helps to decrease stress, anxiety and depression when you get older. All in all, I think it is important to encourage ch...

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Technology has dramatically changed leisure and hobbies

Wife shares pictures to Instagram with her iPhone and in the backseat girl is playing with her iPad and boy reads on his kindle. This is normal nowadays, because technolgy has been improved for example people can now communicate with each other much faster. It is great, although it can also harm people. Technology is serious responsibility- if people do not use an invention carefully, then it would end up the wrong way. The word „Leisure“ meaning changes in every 10 to 20 years. 50 years ago spare time was usually considered as that part of a day when people took a nap or children played with each other. Nowadays technological tools are killing off leisure time, especially for younger workers and students, who are working longer hours, taking fewer and shorter vacations but still bringing their cell phones and laptops along. Constantly in health magazines are headlines like „Too much stress“ or „Stress is killing people“. It is like that because the boundaries between work and play are blurred. Comput...

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Education

Well, how should you or I raise kids? Or if we don't want to be parents, how do we help educate children in general? Most mature adults feel a responsibility to both self-education and assisting others; the majority even tax themselves to help educate others. Schooling choices are varied. If money was not problematic I would send my kids to the best schools. If money is lacking (and so far, it is) I'd send them to the best public schools within reasonable proximity. Home education is an alternative idea, and I won't rule it out, but need to learn more about it first. My hunch is, even average Seattle public schools can turn out well rounded, capable students, if the students receive excellent support at home. I say this because I've met such students. Also, some private schools kids have turned out to be unsuccessful. Probably a loving, involved family atmosphere, in which such things as reading, game- playing, shared meals and other activities all go on routinely -- is more valuable than monetary wealth with a sterile family life. Sure, children can always grow up to beat the odds. But I'd rather cast my vote for public schools and the Republicans' "strong family values" over a private school upbringing that had joyless family life. Yes, the best is to have your cake and eat it, too. But although wealth just won't go around, love, sharing, reading, good manners -- are within the reach of all of us. Can't win 'em all, or predict. Some kids rebel no matter what. If we try our best to raise virtuous, well behaved, thoughtful offspring, and they nonetheless become sociopaths, vulgar ingrates -- then it is sad, but not something we could foresee or help. Sometimes peer pressure, or odd brain chemistry, or some trauma, warps our kids beyond reach. It's just tragic. But likewise, sometimes out of the ashes of broken families, and from squalid cond...

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Past tenses

E.g. She stood up, went up to her and grabbed her wrists. Completed actions or events, which happened at a stated past time. E.g. I went to the cinema last night. Past habits or states. E.g. my grandfather always wore a hat. Complete actions not connected to the present with a stated or implied time reference. E.g. Beethoven created wonderful classical pieces. Time expressions used with Past Simple: yesterday, last week/month etc, ago, then, just, now, when, in 1991, etc Past continuous is used for: Actions in the middle of happening at a stated past time. E.g. She was flying to Paris this time last Monday. A past action in progress interrupted by another past action. The longer action is in the Past Continuous, the shorter action is in the past Simple. E.g. I...

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Hispaania keele grammatika

Alfabeto A/a Ee / ee J/j N/n R/r W/w B/b Ff / ff K/k Ñ/ñ S/s X/x C/c Gg / gg L/l O/o T/t Y/y Ch / ch Hh / hh Ll / ll P/p U/u Z/z Dd / dd I/i M/m Q/q V/v - Saludos y despedidas ¡Hola! ¡Hasta pronto! ¡Buenos días! ¡Hasta luego! ¡Buenas tardes! ¡Hasta mañana! ¡Buenas noches!...

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Reeglid

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 sündmusest, mis o...

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Superstar 1 tests

______________________________ 3 She wore her sunglasses because the sun was shiningshone. ______________________________ 4 I failedwas failing my exam twice last year. ______________________________ 5 They watchedwere watching TV when they heard a crash. ______________________________ 6 Last year we wentwere going camping and we had a great time. ______________________________ 7 My mum was takingtook a picture when she dropped the camera. ______________________________ 8 Hippies livedwere living in the 1960s and 1970s. ______________________________ 9 The plane arrivedwas arriving in Madrid on time. ______________________________ 10 I playedwas playing football when I broke my leg. ______________________________ Marks: 10 3 Rewrite these questions correcting the mistakes. 1 What clothes she wore at the party? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 2 What time it started to rain? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 3 What you were doing when the bomb exploded? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 4 Was it snowed when you woke up? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 5 Why he did wear jeans to the wedding? _______________________________________________________________________________...

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Canada

Ice hockey is popular in Canada because its area is sufficiently cold for natural, reliable seasonal ice cover. Lacrosse is a team sport that is played by ten players (men) or twelve players (women), each of whom uses a netted stick (the crosse) in order to pass and catch a very hard rubber ball with the aim of scoring goals (each worth one point traditionally, but also two in Major League Lacrosse) by propelling the ball into the opponent's goal. The team scoring the most points after two halves, of varying length from competition to competition, and overtime if necessary, wins. 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 been greatly influenced by immigration from all over the world. Many Canadians value multiculturalism. There were, and are, many distinct Aboriginal peoples across Canada, each with its own culture, beliefs, values, language, and history. Much of this legacy remains celebrated artistically, and in other ways, in Canada to this day. Part of the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics is an inukshuk, a stack of rocks in human form that is a part of Inuit cultur...

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Health

How much do you need? Aim for 3 cups of milk per day, or its equivalent. You can mix it up by having milk and some other calcium-rich dairy foods. You probably will want something other than milk or water once in a while, so it's OK to have 100% juice, too. But try to limit sugary drinks, like sodas, juice cocktails, and fruit punches. They contain a lot of added sugar. Sugar just adds calories, not important nutrients. Listen to your body. What does it feel like to be full? When you're eating, notice how your body feels and when your stomach feels comfortably full. Sometimes, people eat too much because they don't notice when they need to stop eating. Eating too much can make you feel uncomfortable and, over a period of time, can lead to unhealthy weight gain. Limit screen time. Limit screen time. What's screen time? It's the amount of time you spend watching TV or DVDs, playing video games (console systems or handheld games), and using the computer. The more time you spend on these sitting-down activities, the less time available for active stuff, like basketball, bike riding, and swimming. Try to spend no more than 2 hours a day on screen time, not counting computer use related to school. Be active Figure out which activities you like best. Not everyone loves baseball or soccer. Maybe your passion is karate, or kickball, or dancing. Find ways to be active every day. You might think of going to your doctor as something you do only when you're sick or maybe once a year for a checkup, but your body works hard when you run fast, kick, throw, swim, and tumble. That's why a sports physical is important, especially when you're just starting to swim competitively, do gymnastics, or play a team sport, such as soccer, baseball, football, or basketball. 10. Conclusion There is nothing more important than good health...

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Margaret Thatcher

) General Data Margaret Hilda Thatcher was born on the 13th of October, 1925 in London. She is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party. Margaret is the first woman who has ever held these posts. Childhood and Education Margaret Hilda Roberts was born on the 13th of October, 1925 in Grantham in Lincolnshire, England. Her parents were Alfred Roberts and Beatrice Stephenson Roberts. Thatcher spent her childhood in the town of Grantham in Lincolnshire. The Roberts family ran a grocery business, bringing up their two daughters in a flat over the shop. Her father was active in local politics and religion and this played a large role in forming her political convictions. Margaret attended Huntingtower Road Primary School and later Kesteven and Grantham Girl's School. She was keen in her studies and outside school enjoyed swimming and playing hockey. After finishing school during the Second World War she applied for a scholarship to attend Somerville College, Oxford and was luckily accepted. She started studying Chemistry in 1944 in Oxford. Later Margaret became President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. Thatcher graduated from Oxford in 1947 with a B.Sc. in Natural Sciences and also gained a MA in 1950. Early Interest in Politics Although Margaret studied chemistry, politics interested her more. Following graduation, Margaret Roberts moved to Colchester and worked as a chemist. She became a member of the Association of Scientific Workers. During this period she joined the local Conservative Association when a friend of hers apprised that they were looking for candidates to strong Labour seats of Dartford. To support herself during the period of elections, she went to work for J. Lyons and Co., where she helped to develop methods for preserving ice cr...

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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

So Oliver went with Jack and saw the filth of London for the first time in the middle of the night. Jack took Oliver into the house of the gentleman and he met the old Jew, Fagin. Fagin fed him and introduced him to the other boys sitting him in the room who, like Mr. Dawkins, were dressed like little adults. They were drinking spirits and smoking pipes and Oliver joined them. Fagin gave him a bed to sleep in and he went to sleep. Chapter 9: Oliver awoke the next morning to see Fagin examining several watches and rings in a wooden box. When he discovered Oliver was awake he questioned him on what he had seen, and admired him for his bravery. Jack, or Dodger, then came in with another boy from the previous evening, Charles Bates, and they showed the old Jew the things they collected from the execution they attended that morning. They then began playing a game where they would practice picking Fagin's pockets. Two girls with painted faces, Nancy and Bet came to visit the young men, and after drinking spirits, they went out with the young man. The Jew pointed out to Oliver what a nice life the young men led, and Oliver asked if they were done working for the day. Fagin said they were and told Oliver to try to lift the handkerchief from his pocket. Oliver succeeded, and began to learn how to `unmark' them Chapter 10: Oliver spent more time with the Jew, and the other boys each day learning more and more of how to unmark handkerchiefs, and playing the game of picking Fagin's pockets. After a while, Oliver wanted to go out with the boys and do the work they do, and finally Fagin allowed it. On their first day out, Oliver began to get annoyed because the boys weren't doing anything constructive. Then they spotted a gentleman leaning over a bookstall and Oliver watched as they went up...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 1osa-Ben Edwards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part One A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit YOU HAVE CONFIRMED YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JAMORAMA NEWSLETTER AND THE FREE 6 PART GUITAR MINI COURSE! Hi there and welcome to Part One of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! Ben Edwards - In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you Creator of playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Jamorama professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full song by yourself. In my mini-course, this is what you'll learn: Part One--Introduction to the Guitar and How to Play Chords · Getting into Position...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 2osa-Ben Edvards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part Two A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit Hi there and welcome to Part Two of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Ben Edwards - professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full Creator of song by yourself. Jamorama Guitar Lesson - How to Read Guitar Tablature TAB or tablature is the most common method of writing out music for the guitar. It is different from classical music notation in that; TAB uses ordinary numbers and keyboard characters as opposed to standard musical notat...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 4.osa-Ben Edwards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part Four A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit Hi there and welcome to Part Four of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Ben Edwards - professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full Creator of song by yourself. Jamorama In today's lesson we have a lot to cover. We will be playing all of the chords that you have learned: A, D and G, and we will be trying a new strum with these chords. By now you should be able to play and change between these three chords. If you followed the lesson...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 5.osa-Ben Edwards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part Five A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit Hi there and welcome to Part Five of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Ben Edwards - professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full Creator of song by yourself. Jamorama The song 'The Midnight Special' uses predominantly the chords A and D, and at the end of the song you will need to play the chord G. You will notice that these are chords that you have already learned, so you should have no problems playing and changing b...

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Kitarrikursus algajatele 6.osa-Ben Edwards

J6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part Six A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit Hi there and welcome to Part Six of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Ben Edwards - professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full Creator of song by yourself. Jamorama There will be three parts to this lesson. First, I will show you another warm up pattern, then show you the song's lyrics and how the chords work with them, finally we will get you playing along with the band. This final part should be fun and easy as you have alre...

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Hobbies contribute to one's personal development

There are very many hobbies, some collect stamps, others might take photographs of architectural buildings or just play cards. Everything we do, gives us more experience at something, therefore hobbies contribute to our personal development a lot. The one hobby I will discuss and which is one of my own personal hobbies, is playing Texas Hold'em which is a form of poker. Although some people might just label it as gambling, poker is largely a skill game which has very little to do with luck rather than mathematics, reading people's body language and keeping track of people's previous behaviour. In able to play poker smart, you must be quick at calculating your odds and the value of your next move, just like in chess. Another very important skill is reading other people's reactions in the table, understand their body language, which often tells you exactly, which two cards they are holding. This can also used elsewhere, for example, some professional poker players can tell a lie from someone's behaviour almost instantly. All in all, playing any card game will sharpen your math skills and helps you "read" people better. As Lou Krieger once said: "Poker is good for you. It enriches the soul, sharpens the intellect, heals the spirit, and - when played well, no...

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