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Inglise keele eksamiks- Monologue

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. Your vocabulary should be precise and appropriate, as well as the register. Use a VARIETY of simple and complex grammatical structures as appropriate. Your monologue can be structured as following: 1. Introduction: state the topic (the conviction held). Recite the task. 2. Developing arguments with appropriate openings, fillers and amplifications: - an account for such belief Here you are supposed to speculate about the reasons for holding the conviction: - It's difficult to say exactly why some people think so but I suppose it could be... - I'm not sure but they might think so... - It canmust be because... - student's own point of view (supporting statements to the opinion) At this point you are supposed to present your opinions and justify them. First state whether you agree or disagree with the conviction held: - I'd probably agree...

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Suurbritannia ühiskond ja kultuur konspekt

Firstly, the French dialect the Normans spoke (Anglo-Norman) became the official language of the court, administration, and perhaps just as importantly, the language of culture. At the same time, English was relegated the common people, and became the language of everyday use. This official ignoring of Old English actually assisted in simplifying the language. Being ignored by grammarians, the language was simplified, and became more practical. Initially, French and English remained very much separate, and each language influenced the other but little. In the period between 1066 and 1120 AD, a mere 900 Anglo-Norman words became assimilated into English. As the Saxons began to accept their Norman conquerors, however; language change became more rapid, with 10,000 Anglo-Norman words entering English before the 15th century. Vocabulary Change Of the 10,000 French words adopted during the Norman occupation, three-quarters of these are still in use. Currently, French vocabulary is found in all areas-government, law, art, and literature. More than one third of English words today are derived, directly or indirectly, from French. This is so pronounced, that without prior study, English speakers already know 15,000 French words. Pronunciation Change Much of current English pronunciation can be traced to definite French influence. Old English had many unvoiced, fricative sounds, while French introduced voiced counterparts. English French f v s z th th sh g (as in mirage)...

Suurbritannia ühiskond ja... - Tallinna Ülikool
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Automaatika referaat (eng)

It is useful to note that this one prox is joined with a number of others to estimate the trin, and would not normally be used as a single indicator for the trait. As alluded to previously, the prox (or prox cluster) variables are regressed against the essay ratings (or in the case where the model is not formulated in an a priori basis, to select the variables and optimize the weights). The validation sample (e.g., 200 cases) is used to evaluate the results from the first set of estimates. Most AES developers use multiple regression to create their models, but one developer uses multiple statistical techniques, and then selects the one that explains the most variance. In the second approach, the evaluation of content may be accomplished through the specification of vocabulary (i.e., the evaluation of the other aspects of writing is performed as described above). Latent Semantic Analysis and its variants are employed by some developers to provide estimates as to how close the vocabulary in the candidate answer is to a targeted vocabularly set. The third approach is to develop models that are based on a "gold standard" formulated by experts. To date this mechanism for developing models is more theoretical than applied. If normative models can be created for the relevant dimensions of writing (i.e., age and writing genre), then other variables could be tailored on an a priori basis to generate a statistical blueprint for the ideal response. The blueprint may or may not be aligned with human ratings. For example, the guidelines for a few high-stakes writing programs explicity direct raters to ignore expressions of non-standard English. However, raters find this a difficult challenge, even when exposed to com...

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Different cultures

fer from culture to culture. Third factor is "emotional constraints." Different cultures regulate the display of...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Seas around Ireland

Seas around Ireland Ly Ridala 2011 Vocabulary v Shipping goods - kaubavedu v Separates -eraldab v Channel -kanal v Equator ­ekvaator v Radioactively contaminated ­radioaktiivsust sisaldav v Economic importance ­majanduslik tähtsus v Wind power- tuuleenergia v Main way ­ peamine tee v Divides- jagab Vocabulary v Seal- hüljes v Area- ala v Channel- kanal v Connected- ühendatud v Cod- tursk v Haddock-kilttursk v Hake- heik v Herring- heeringas v Mackerel- makrell Basic Information Seas around Ireland are: v The Irish Sea v The Atlantic Ocean v The Celtic Sea The Irish Sea v Separates the islands of Ireland and Great Britain v St George's Channel and the North Channel v Whales and dolphins v Radioactively contaminated sea ...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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All the world's a puzzle;arutlev kirjand

All the world's a puzzle All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages. At first, the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms. Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly to school. And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier, Full of strange oaths and bearded like the pard, Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel, Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice, In fair round belly with good capon lined, With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, Full of wise saws and modern instances; And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slippered pantaloon, With spectacles on nose and pouch on...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Inglise keele ilma sõnavara

Kõige hullem põud üle aastate-the worst drought for many years 2. Järsk paduvihm-sudden downpour 3. Jääkülm päev- freezing cold day 4. Valge särav härmatis- white glittering frost 5. Ala oli rängalt üle ujutatud- area was badly flooded 6. Lumi hakkas sulama ja tänavad muutusid väga libedaks- the snow started to melt and streets became very slippery 7. Paks udu- thick fog 8. Ilmateade ennustab tormiseid päevi-weather forecast predict stormy days 9. Ta töö sõltub ilmast- his work depends on the weather 10. Ilm on ettearvamatu- weather is unpredictable 11. Temperatuur kukub alla nulli- temperature falls beyond zero 12. Inimesed valmistavad end ette hirmsaks ilmaks-people prepare themselves for bad weather 13. Talverehve kasutatakse harva- winter tyres are seldom used 14. Veekindlad joped ja vihmavarjud- waterproof coats and umbrellas 15. Keskmine aasta temperatuur- Annual tempearature over the...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Sissejuhatus inglise õiguskeelde

02.09 INGLISE KEEL Palju aega läheb. 10 nädalat aint. One of the ESP courses. What we are going to do, what is needed: · What we do - 1 test, on words. · 2 Essays, that means that we have to look into academic writing · Homereading ­ we read a case from European Court of Justice thingy. · Oral thing. · 90% you have to attend · Have to prepare for class and take part of it etc What we learn: Terms Expressions / collocations (nt obey/abide by the law) Explaining AWOL ­ absence without a leave Legal English can be divided into 3 levels. We learn the first one, which is needed for the other two! You have to know the vocabulary etc. Second level has to do with legal contracts... The third level both 1 and 2 and explaining... We learn the vocabulary + explaining. Process of law-making draft law/bill (seaduseelnõu) is developed draft is sent to the parliame...

Inglise õiguskeel 1 - Tartu Ülikool
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My Kinda Town - Task to practise adjectives in English Langu

The region it belongs to is bordering two seas, one in the west and another one to the southwest It is situated on the mainland about 20 km off the coast. It has mainly flat terrain with several hills. Climate: My kinda town has the Mediterranean climate. There are 4 seasons; however spring and autumn are very short. Usually summers are dry and very warm, winters are rainy and mild. Temperatures during winter only occasionally fall below the freezing point and snow generally is seldom seen. In the summer, the temperatures range from mild to very warm. Spring is relatively warm and autumn...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Great Britain

Great Britain Pärnu 2012 Contents Great Britain Great Britain or Britain is an island situated to the northwest of Continental Europe. It is the ninth largest island in the world, the largest European island, and the largest of the British Isles. With a population of about 60.0 million people in mid-2009, it is the third most populous island...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise CheckSs'answers Reading: mu iple choice; matching prompts to elementsrnth text AnswerKey(See overprinted answers) Vocabulary :dwellings& appliances; furniture;cotours & rooms;household chores;homesafety d. Writethe headings on the board Elicitanswersfrom Grammar: presenttenses;state verbs; adverbsof S s a n d c o m p l e t et h e t a b l e .S s c o p y h e c o m p l e t e d frequency t a b l e i n t o t h e i r n o t e b o o k st ,h e n u s t h e n o t e st o Use of English:prepositionsof place; adverbsof describe eachhome frequency; phrasalverbs(break,bring);linkers AnswerKey L i s t e n i n gl:i s t e n i n g...

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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION

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Psüholoogia - Tallinna Ülikool
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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

1) Standard and non-standard varieties of English Standard varieties of English are the varieties of the English language that are considered to be a norm and are spoken and written by the minority (educated people). This is the optimum for educational purposes. The standard varieties of English are: BrEng (British), EngEng (English), NAmEng (North-America), USEng (United States), CanEng (Canada), AusEng (Australia), NZEng (New Zealand). Standard English (British English) is the most widely accepted and understood among native speakers, learned by foreigners. It is used in broadcasting, TV, news etc. It doesn't concern pronounciation (accent), but grammar and vocabulary . It includes formal and informal styles. British Standard English grammar and vocabulary, together with the RP accent should be called English English. RP (Received Pronounciation) is an accent that originates from South-East of England. A social accent, associated o...

Inglise keel -
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English language history

Old English was spoken until around 1100. Middle English (1100-1500) In 1066 William the Conqueror, the Duke of Normandy invaded England. The new conquerors brought with them a kind of French and there was a period where the lower classes spoke English and the upper classes spoke French. In the 14th century English became dominant in Britain again, but with many French words added. Modern English Early Modern English (1500-1800) Towards the end of Middle English the change in pronunciation started, with vowels being pronounced shorter and shorter. From the 16th century the British had contact with many peoples from around the world and many new words and phrases entered the language. In 1604 the first English dictionary was published. Late Modern English (1800-Present) The main difference between Early Modern English and Late Modern English is vocabulary . Late Modern English has many more words because the Industrial Revolution and technology created a need for new words; and the English language adopted foreign words from many countries. The global english is the simple english were you now the basics but you have to use your bodylanguage to for people to...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele õpik

Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise CheckSs'answers Reading: mu iple choice; matching prompts to elementsrnth text AnswerKey(See overprinted answers) Vocabulary :dwellings& appliances; furniture;cotours & rooms;household chores;homesafety d. Writethe headings on the board Elicitanswersfrom Grammar: presenttenses;state verbs; adverbsof S s a n d c o m p l e t et h e t a b l e .S s c o p y h e c o m p l e t e d frequency t a b l e i n t o t h e i r n o t e b o o k st ,h e n u s t h e n o t e st o Use of English:prepositionsof place; adverbsof describe eachhome frequency; phrasalverbs(break,bring);linkers AnswerKey L i s t e n i n gl:i s t e n i n g...

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Mission 2 Unit 1 Part 1 (1)

· Battle-scarred - bearing scars or damages received in battle. · Comforted-to aid, support or encourage somebody/someone · Conclusive - serving to settle or decide a question; decisive; convincing. · cuddling ­ holding somebody/something close in your arms to show love or affection · Dental treatment - medical help or cure for teeth. · Dispel - to scare away; to deter. · Fulfil - achieve or realize (something desired, promised, or predicted). · Mentally disturbed-a person who is emotionally upset, troubled, or maladjusted. · Persisted- To continue in existence · Radical- beliving or expressing the belief that there should be great or extreme social or political change · Recruited - to enlist (a person) for service in one of the armed forces · Tension - the act of stretching or the state or deg...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Rise and Demise of the New Public Management, 28 10

The Rise and Demise of the New Public Management Wolfgang Drechsler (University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) © Copyright: Wolfgang Drechsler 2005 Within the public sphere, the most important reform movement of the last quarter of a century has been the New Public Management (NPM). It is of particular interest in the post-autistic economics (pae) context because NPM largely rests on the same ideology and epistemology as standard textbook economics (STE) is based (for my take on this, see Drechsler 2000), and it has had, and still has, similar results. Already more on the defensive within public administration (PA) than STE is within economics, NPM also shows that such major paradigm shifts in theory and policy may actually happen. In addition, it occasionally appears that pae-oriented scholars have overlooked the fact that some features in public management refo...

Avalik haldus - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Haanja Nature Park

Haanja Nature Park Where? When? Located: Võru County, in the Haanja Uplands Area:About 20 000 ha History: 1957- Suur-Munamägi, Vällamägi protection 1997 ­ Haanja landscape reserve was created What are habitats there? Farmhouses are spread far apart Plains of glacial river Plains of glacial lake Small plots of land Poor arable land Morainplains Grasslands Pastures Inhabitants Braun's holly fern Yellow hydrangea Lady's-slipper orchid Hairy Maarja-leaf Animals · Roe · Badger · Boar · Beaver · Fox · Mink · Gray rabbit · Otter · Moose · Shrew · Red deer · Lynx What can visitors do there? Suur Munamägi The primaeval forest of Vällamägi Rõug...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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English Language ( inglise keel)

The spoken and written language between 400 and 1100AD is referred to as Old English. Many words used today come from Old English. English from 1300 to 1500 is known as Middle English. It was influenced by French and Ltin. Modern Englis was greatly influenced by English used in London and changed a great deal until the end of the 18th century. The standart English today in known as BBC English. Spelling and pronaunciation seem to be the most difficult aspects of the English language for foreign students. English is very rich in synonyms. The huge vocabulary of the language is due to the free admission of words from other language. Old English had several inflections to show singular and plural, tense and person, but over the centuries words have been simpified. The loss of inflections had made English a very flexible lnguage. At p...

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Education

Education: Some people say that students should study only those subjects they are interested in Im going to discuss if students should study only those subjects they are interested in or not. Nowadays students are quite lazy and do not want to study or go to school. They think it is boring and parents work really hard to make them study. Also, a lot of students think that the majority of the subjects they are learning are pointless. But actually none of those are pointless and every thing has a reason. In addition to that, if students could choose the subjects themselves, then some classes would be really empty. For example, a lot of students do not like maths or reading. Math develops logic and then we could imagine how many people would be without logical thinking. And reading books enriches vocabulary , so if people do not read books at all, their vocabulary would be quite small. On the ot...

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