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relatives - who, whom, whose, which, what, that Listing points/events - to begin: initially, first, at first, firstly, to start/begin with, first of all etc. To continue: secondly, after this/that, second, afterwards, then, next ect. To conclude: finally, lastly, in the end, et last, eventually ect.
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Relatives

RELATIVES Your mother's husband ­ father Your grandmother's daughter ­ mother, aunt Your mother's son ­ brother Your father's daughter ­ sister, me Your mother's male child ­ brother Your mother's female child ­ sister, me Your mother's mother ­ grandmother Your father's father ­ grandfather Your grandmother's daughter's son ­ brother Your grandmother's daughter's daughter ­ sister, me Your mothe...

Akadeemiline inglise keel - Keskkool
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Sample letter to host family

After that I would like to go to univercity, but I don't know to what sepciality jet. I live with my mom X, dad X and two younger sisters: X and X (and dog X). My dad side grandparents live in X too. Even though were all quite busy, we still find time to talk and make music together. At the weekends we occasionally go to cinema, museum , nature to visit friends and relatives together. In summer we make longer trips and go to our summer house. My parents are always very supportive, they always give good advice and respect my choices . My main responsabilities at home are keeping my room clean, taking the trash out and shopping for food sometimes. Sometimes I have to take care of my sisters. About my intrests now. I learn guitar in X Music School. Guitar, and music in general, is my greatest passion. I fin...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Staying in touch

Nowadays almost all people have and use cellular phones, because you can talk to your friends everywhere where there is network connection. The other easy way to communicate is using internet, which was developed in 1968. Hundreds of millions of people are using internet all over the world. Using internet is very easy and most people learn to use it very quickly. It is much cheaper and faster way to chat with your friends or relatives than sending letters, because you do not have to buy stamps or envelopes. In the internet there are many programs where you can talk to people you know, most common programs used in EU are messenger and Skype. You can also send e-cards and e-mails at no cost. Many people still send letters, so it is not dying art; it is very common way wishing merry Christmas or happy birthday. Also sending postcards and letters are not very expensive. One dis...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

His "mentally negligible" good-natured characters invariably make their lot worse by their half-witted (if that) schemes to improve a bad situation. Wodehouse's aristocrats, however, embody many of the comic attributes that characterize buffoons created by a genius. In many cases the classic eccentricities of Wodehouse's upperclass give rise to plot complications. Relatives, especially aunts and uncles, are commonly depicted with an exaggerated power to help or impede marriage or financial prospects, or simply to make life miserable. Friends are often more a trouble than a comfort in Wodehouse stories: the main character is typically being placed in a most painful situation just to please a friend. Antagonists (particularly rivals in love) are frequently terrifying, and just as often get their come-uppance in a...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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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. Ka...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Homeless

Persons living in poverty are most at risk of becoming homeless , and demographic groups who are more likely to experience poverty are also more likely to experience homelessness . Homelessness usually increases during periods of economic recession () and rising unemployment, when people can no longer afford ( ) housing, and governments cut down public housing expenses. Inadequate shelter or housing creates c...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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10 päeva päevik

10 days of my life Personal diary Student:Anton Stseglakov Teacher:Evelin Pähn School:Haapsalu Gümnaasium Grade:10b Haapsalu 2008 First snow in 2008-23 november On 23 November the first snow of year 2008 was falling down from the sky...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Learning foreign language - Why is it necessary?

In the future I would like to learn french and Swedish but first I should learn to speak Russian and English correctly. If we travel, we anyway communicate with different people and it's easier to make contact than we can speak language very well. And communicating with different people make our world-view larger. If your partner, relatives or friends speak a different language, learning that language will help you to communicate with them. It will also give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking. I When you move to a different country or region, learning the local language will help you to communicate and integrate with the local community. Even if many of the locals speak your language, for example if your first language is Estonian and yo...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Valentine's day

There can make photos with you're friend. Students play different games and sing Valentine's songs. Often children are dressed to red or pink, because these are Valentine's colours. Valentine's Day in different countries Japan Valentine's Day celebrations in Japan are a different affair. Here ladies buy chocolate for men. One type of chocolate which is called by the name, kiri-choco is bought for friends and close relatives . It has no romantic significance at all but the chocolate with the name of hon-mei which is specifically bought for a boy friend, beloved or husband and is a gift stimulated by romance. Then after one month later it is the turn of the men to give in return. It is March 14th (the White Day). Australia In Australia during the gold rush, miners who were flushed with new found wealth from the Ballarat mines were willing to pay a pricey sum for...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Nobody can win a war

People started to make a war thousands years ago. During this time they had different purposes, but the final was the same ­ a war caused a great deal of sorrow. But is it worth fighting? Are there any winners or losers in war? Firstly, both sides get bored with a feud. It makes much money, physical and moral strength. Not only soldiers civilian population gets tired of bei...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Computers - indispensable part of our life

Computers - indispensable part of our life Computers have become a major part of our lives today. We use them for tests, entertainment, organization, studying, etc. They are a vital essential in the world we live in. Without them the world would fall apart. It is impossible to imagine how people functioned in the old days when computers did not exist. Computers have become almost as sma...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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How to keep Estonians in Estonia - kirjand

I think that if everyone could get higher education for free they wouldn't have to get a student loan which they are not able to pay back after graduating. They have to get a well-paid job. But here in Estonia you can't get a great job unless you have a relative who's a top executive. Because of this many people go to a foreign country for a short time. At least that's what they say. Most of my friends and relatives who have gone abroad years ago are sure they are never coming back to live in Estonia. I'm not sure if it would help to keep Estonians in Estonia if kids would have a normal childhood but it really makes me angry that they have to be able to read at the age of 5. I think it wouldn't hurt to be able to read before school if the kid is interested in it. But to put pressure on them at such a young age is wrong. School is a place where kids a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Estonian national holidays

On christmas eve people go to church. Children are waiting for Father Christmas. Christmas is on 24 Decmber. New Year's Day: People have parties on New Year's Eve. Usually they meet friends and relatives . People wish each other a Happy New Year. In the evning they gather in town quares. Midsummer Eve...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Minu hobid

Üle kõige armastan ma sporti, eriti jooksmist, korvpalli ja kõrgushüpet. Et vormis olla käin kergejõustiku trennis. Mulle meeldib seal väga, sest õpin seal alati midagi uut juurde. Samuti meeldib mulle tantsida ja kinos käia. Mõnikord juhtun olema ka teatris või tsirkuses. Suvel läime me perega telkimas ja ratta...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Booklet about Estonia

STATISTICS The average Estonian is a woman (54%) between age 20 and 72 years old. She lives in a private house. The house is situated in town or near it. It has 4 bedrooms, 1 or 2 bathrooms, an utility room and a kitchen. The average Estonian is married. The average Estonian works 40-45 hours a week, and has at least 1 holiday for 4 weeks every year. Most of the holidays are spent with relatives or abroad. The man In the family works in the office of a company and earns 3000kr a week. He goes to work by car and starts at 8.30 in the morning. He likes his job and hopes to get promotion. Women work in service industry and go there by car. They sometimes earn more than men and they quite like their job. The children of a typical Estonian family go to nearby state school by bus. The classes start at 8.00 and end 15.30 and rest in t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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A stereotype (keskmine eestlane)

She lives in a private house. The house is situated in town or near it. It has 4 bedrooms, 1 or 2 bathrooms, an utility room and a kitchen. The average Estonian is married. The average Estonian works 40-45 hours a week, and has at least 1 holiday for 4 weeks every year. Most of the holidays are spent with relatives or abroad. The man In the family works in the office of a company and earns 3000kr a week. He goes to work by car and starts at 8.30 in the morning. He likes his job and hopes to get promotion. Women work in service industry and go there by car. They sometimes earn more than men and they quite like their job. The children of a typical Estonian family go to nearby state school by bus. The classes start at 8.00 and end 15.30 and rest in t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Skisofreenia

Skisofreenia Ajalugu Haigust, mida tänapäeval vaadeldakse skisofreeniana, kirjeldas esimesena Emil Kraepelin 1896. aastal. Kui enne Kraepelini olid tuntud mõisted katatoonia, hebefreenia, varajane nõdrameelsus, siis Kraepelin ühendas need ühtseks nosoloogiliseks ühikuks ja nimetas seda dementia praecox'iks (varajane nõdrameelsus). Tänapäevase nimetuse, skisofreenia,...

Psühholoogia - Keskkool
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Leiutaja Alexander Graham Bell

Karin Sabalisk 11A ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL (March 3, 1874 ­ August 2, 1922) Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on March 3, 1847. The family home was at 16 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, and now has a commemorative marker at the doorstep, marking it as...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Minu perekond - My family

FAMILY IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT IN OUR LIFE. I N A WAY , OUR FAMILY IS OUR LIFE. A FAMILY IS NOT JUST A GROUP OF RELATIVES LIVING IN ONE APARTMENT OR HOUSE . A FAMILY CONSISTS OF THE CLOSEST AND DEAREST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD , ALWAYS READY TO LISTEN TO YOU , ALWAYS READY TO SHARE YOU JOY AND TO PROVIDE HELP IN NEED . OUR FAMILY IS NOT VERY LARGE: MY PARENTS , MY BROTHER, MY GRANDPARENTS AND I. SOMETIMES MY UNCLE AND AUNT VISIT WITH THEIR DAUGHTER AND SON, WHO ARE MY COUSINS . OUR FAMILY IS VERY FRIENDLY . ANY TIME, WE HAVE A CHANCE WE TRY TO DO SOMETHING T...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Greec wedding traditions

The bride and the groom will exchange rings. After that there is usually a feast to celebrate the engagement. Wedding day is usually Sunday, because it is supposed to bring good luck to the young couple. All the week before the weddings is also important. During the whole week quests visit bride and groom and leave them gifts on their marriage bed. On Wednesday it is customed that relatives come to bride' s and groom' s new house and watch the flour being sieved by a boy and a girl. Through that process there is silence. When there is enough flour people throw coins into it and yell their wishes of good luck. On Friday there is a ritual called " filling of the sacks" . That means that the bride fills sacks with all her possessions while visitors throw coins in among her things. At the same time groom is sending pitchers of wi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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