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"something" - 1051 õppematerjali

something on my face must have betrayed my lingering wariness, because he pressed his lips to my forehead and murmured, “It won’t be like the hotel, I promise.
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Something out of nothing

Something out of nothing. Why do people enjoy making something out of nothing? I believe that it gives us great pleasure to know, that we've made something new and interesting just because we're humans. We like to feel big and important, it's just our nature and we can't help it. For example, many people believe in God. They believe God is always watching over them, so they have to behave, because noone wants to be on the bad side in the eyes of God. And ofcourse everyone wants to go to heaven, so you can't really get on God's nerves, or he'll just send you to hell. The way I see it, God makes all

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Does the Higgs Field do something?

Does the Higgs Field do something? Dmitri Martila ([email protected]) Latter affiliation: Tartu University (Dated: September 16, 2016) Abstract Is studied the possibility to replace the Dark Matter and the Dark Energy with the single Higgs Field (or fields). The study in close direction was made in arXiv:1603.06242, and in “The Higgs Boson May Disintegrate into Dark Matter” (the Google News). Just because the physics is physical, then the Higgs Field do exist, do exist throughout the spacetime, and even acts on curvature of the spacetime even in the cosmic void (the places without the baryonic matter). In case of the places with the baryonic matter the Higgs Field emits the Higgs Boson to give the baryonic matter the right amount of mass: therefore the density of the Higgs Fie...

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There is something distinctive about every generation

There is something distinctive about every generation Most of the people in general are all the same. Their values, thoughts, realtions and things like that. But every generation has some differences in them, every generation has something distinctive. Having about four generations living together is something very important, but in these days we tend to forget that. Every generation has something to teach the others, all of them have different experiences, conceptions and ways they like to solve problems. For example the ways people acted fifty years ago may not fit into today's world, but then there are the grandchildren's generation that can show and teach elderly how it is acceptable to do something. And then there are older generations that can remind youngers why it is important to appreciate family relations, remember your relatives and what are real values in life, because

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We all have felt good about donating something.

Mait Rõõmus Mr. Savala English 4 26 September 2013 Prompt #5 We all have felt good about donating something. It gives us inner peace, satisfaction, and an overall benevolent feeling. Donating money, clothes or "yourself" by volunteering does not require us to do the impossible ­ we do that which is quite possible. A few weeks ago, I went through my friend's wallet and found an organ donor card. It really made me think. Would I be willing to donate an organ to help someone or to receive an organ from someone I do not know if I needed it? This whole idea makes me stop and think.

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Advertising campaign

1. Advertising campaign- series of actions taken to advertise/ talk uo a product 2. Price promotions- to lower the price and advertise it, to make a product more popular 3. Premium brands- goods that are with good quality and expensive 4. Special offer- when sht's on sale or offered with a better price 5. Core brand- the main product 6. Marketing plan- an arrangement how to do business 7. Consumer product- something that is made especially for the customers 8. Brand loyalty- when someone uses mostly the same trade-mark 9. Brand awareness- when you know what the market holds 10. Market share- stocks 11. Advertise- to publish something 12. Associate- if you connect one thing with another in your mind 13. Consume- when you use sth up 14. Market- the people who buy things and the place to buy things from 15. Produce- to make and launch into market 16

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If you have created something, then try to be open minded

If you have created something, then try to be open minded Teacher: O'Mahony V.PG 11A 09.03.2009 This written essay here is talking about my thoughts and facts of life, what is around us. First I thought that why is always easier to create something but to destroy is much harder. Exactly there have been so many wars in history. Everybody wanted to own a lot of countries and others had to fight for their created country. Also they started to teach young people to kill and protect their country with killing enemies. Also government tried to keep a low profile, if there were some wars in state. These are my thoughts of creating and keeping something. In the old times were many wars. Some states predominated over other weaker

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Unit 4 HEALTH AND CARE

köhima of alternative medicine. 19.discharge v - to officially allow someone to leave 2. anonymous ['nnims] adj - unknown by name: Our somewhere, especially the hospital or the army, navy client prefers to remain anonymous. etc, or to tell them that they must leave: Hospitals now 3. antagonise v - to annoy someone very much by doing tend to discharge patients earlier than in the past. something that they do not like: Matt wasn't the sort of välja laskma man to antagonize people. vastuollu sattuma, vastu 20.disheartened adj - [dis'h:t()n] disappointed, so that seisma you lose hope and the determination to continue doing 4. antiquated adj - ['æntikweitid] old-fashioned and not something: If young children don't see quick results,

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To Room Nineteen

I don’t mean peace in the world or peace in home, I mean peace in ourselves, in our soul and heart. For some time I have been a bit confused because I am, right now, living on my dream and sometimes it feels like I can’t have these big, often unreal dreams I used to have. “When you have everything you’ve ever wished for, have ever wanted and planned for, what’s there more to have and look forward to then?” This book made me believe again that there is always something missing, something to do or something where to develop. I thought a lot what I should write in this paragraph, namely this is for the things I didn’t like. I enjoyed this book. Doris Lessing truly could write. The sentences were written so well, I felt like I was reading a poem. One and the only thing I did not like was that Susan gave up. She thought suicide is the only way but there is always something to do more. In my opinion Susan gave up too easily

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What is addiction

What is addiction? Addiction is being adicted to something and it can be anything. Mostly, when people hear word addiction, they think about drugs, sigarets and alcohol but it can be a person, some food or work. People fall in addiction in my opinion because they get used to something or someone and then they dont want to let go anymore. After a while they start to think that they cant live without it, he or she. Firstly i would like to talk about drug addiction. Mostly people start doing drugs when their lives get realy hard and they think theres nothing left anymore to live for or thanks to bad compani. Firstly its couple of times and then they cant be happy without them and finaly its hard to be normal without doing drugs. And thats fysical addiction.

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Inglise keelne kiri

Dear Hanna, Hi! How are you? I would love to see you, we should go out someday. Anyway, i've finally got some time to write a letter and tell you something about my holiday. It was amazing, I think you would love it too! I went to Capo Verde and we stayed in a lovely hotel. It had everything you needed restorants, shops, tennis coarts, sea etc. The rooms were also beautiful: big bathrooms and every bedroom had a balcony and huge bed. We tooked a road trip all over the island. We saw Blue eye, sharks and the saline. The best thing of these were the sharks, it was scary but also amazing.

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The organic way to mulching.

· Control weeds · Improve soil texture · Regulate moisture and temperature Pilt8 Paper mulch · Liner under materials · Renew each year Pilt9 Pilt10 Summery · Mulch is personal thing ­ you can use any materials, which are available. · An intensive mulch saved vegetables patch and stone mulch saved trees. · Mulch is a dynamic feature of the garden, not just something to hold down weeds, preserve moisture and feed the soil. · We shouldn't forget beauty as well. · A mulch used the year around. · Compost may be added any time. References · www.keeleveeb.ee · http://www.webpal.org/SAFE/aaarecov ery/1_farm_recovery/ftpfiles/the_or ganic_way_of_mulching.pdf Questions please! Thank you for listening

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Essee "A hobby - waste of time?"

A hobby ­ waste of time? Essay Many people think that hobbies are waste of time and waste of money. A lot of people have their own hobby ­ some of them like it and some of them don't like their hobby. I think if you don't like your hobby, then it's a waste of time. In addition, hobbies can be very different- some people make music, some people do sports, some are collecting marks or something. In my opinion there are some hobbies what are totally waste of time. Like playing video games. They steal you free time and don't give you anything, maybe only bad eyesight. Hobbies ­ like basketball, football, running are very good, it gives you something ­ good body or gives strenght to live, work for something. To sum up, i think that hobby is not waste of time if it is more like a lifestyle, but surely, there are some hobbies what are totally waste of time, but it is only my opinion.

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All the world's a puzzle;arutlev kirjand

Turning again toward childish treble, pipes And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. (W. Shakespeare) There lie more answers beneath these poetical phrases than one could ever give when describing a textbook ­ just like the actors, we seek for knowledge without really finding it until we've finished the play. Every written piece of paper is something precious ­ it contains information that can either make our day or totally ruin the mood; that's the secret of all books. They have the power to change the world up-side down. The English textbook given to us this year is something we must carefully treasure­ after all, there are going to be more people next year either to praise or suffer from it. But not the emotions count at the moment, the future does ­ we must all learn from this wonderful book

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Unit 4 words

Accessible- easy for anyone to obtain and use Admittedly- used for saying that you admit something is true, especially when this makes your main idea weaker Affordable- cheap enough for ordinary people to afford Agricultural- relating to farming Alcoves- a small area in a room that is created by building part of one wall further back than the rest of the wall Ample- enough, and often more than you need Attic- the room in a house under the roof Bedsit- a room that you rent that is used for both living and sleeping in Brick pillars- Bungalow- a house that is all on one level

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Artikli kokkuvõte akadeemilises inglise keeles „Understanding the Internet of Things (IoT)“

misbehavior. Another essential aspect of the IoT market are devices that use very limited power and have a significantly longer lifetime. To sum up, the mobile networks need a whole set of new qualities to keep up with the evolution of services regarding it. An effort is made to meet the needs and have the ability to sustain the wide assortment of IoT applications by the mobile operators. 1. ACTUATOR - a mechanical device for moving or controlling something - ajam, mootor, täiturmehhanism, käitusmehhanism, lüliti, lülitushoob, täitur, täiturseade (Merriam-Webster) 2. ADJACENT - very near, next to, or touching - külgnev, lähedalasuv (Cambridge Dictionary) 3. ADJUST - alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result - kohandama, häälestama, kohanema (Oxford Dictionary) 4. ADOPTION - accepting or starting to use something new - omaksvõtt, adaptatsioon (Cambridge Dictionary) 5

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The body as art.

The body as art. There are so many ways that you can use your body, how you can make a art with that. They call dancing an art, because it describes how some of us are feeling- using body as an art. There is also a way to put actual art on your body, like tattoos. After I turned 13 I've always wanted a tattoo and few weeks ago I finally got it. Tattoo is something amazing, something totally different. You put something on your body something unnatural but what describes you 100 % , means something to you a lot. Of course before I even planned to get a tattoo I found out as much information as I could. While I was doing that I well even more in love with tattoos. Before I got my tattoo I went to see how is it actually done in real life and again it made me want it even more. Few weeks later I got it, at first I was kind of afraid of the pain but it wasn't as bad as I imaged. I am so happy with the result and totally planning to have another one soon.

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Mission 2 Unit 1 Part 1 (1)

also mental or emotional strain; stress. · Traumatise- to subject or be sujected to mental trauma. · Withdrawn- not wanting to communicate with other people. · Allocated - to set apart for a particular purpose · Alter - to change; become different · Hey fever - an allergy caused by pollen or dust in which the mucous membranes of the eyes and nose are inflamed, causing running at the nose and watery eyes. · Aspect - a particular part or feature of something. · complication - something that introduces, usually unexpectedly, some difficulty, problem, change. · Data- individual facts, statistics, or items of information. · Image - an optical appearance of an object. · Obsession- an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind · Occurrence- an incident or event · Satellite pictures- photos which are taken from a device that orbits around the Sun, Moon or other planets.

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The value of things VS the price of things

The value of things VS the price of things A value can be much more than simple numbers, a value can show what memories, connections and contact people have with a thing. But what exactly is a thing? Well a thing is something lifeless, an item for a certain purpose, it’s something for certain use. When we take a look at the word named „price“, what does it mean? A price usually is seen as a number, as how much something costs. Things can be „overpriced“, but never „overvalued“. An item of high value could have no price, but at the same time an high priced item, could have no value. It’s this way because people see differently, people have different memories and emotions to remember. But as in this world today, price matters. People can’t afford anything, price means something as well, it can show how wealthy you are, how much someone can mean to you. Price is just a

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Idioms

A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush: Dry Run: Having something that is certain is much better than taking a risk for more, Rehearsal. because chances are you might lose everything. Elvis has left the building: A Penny Saved Is A Penny Earned: The show has come to an end. It's all over. By not spending money, you are saving money (little by little).

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Idealization of nature in Romantic poetry

Idealization of Nature in Romantic Poetry One of the main characteristics of romanticism in general is the constant praising of nature and connecting it with almost everything. As the second half of the 18 th century was the time of the industrial revolution, urbanization and mankind's distancing from nature in every way, it is not surprising that as a result it became more and more important to and valued by people ­ it had suddenly become something remote and far from everyday life, somewhat a luxury. The utmost way this luxury manifests in romantic poetry is nature's ability to help whoever takes the time to value its divinity get in touch with themselves and get away from everything that might influence their way of acting. Nature provides the ideal atmosphere and surroundings to do this ­ in the opinion of romantic poets, it is the very best place to come to when in need of solitude or an answer to personal or social conflicts

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Phrasal Verbs

carry out- complete or accomplish st carry over- to continue to another time or situation carry through- to survive carry through- to accomplish, complete successfully pull ahead- overtake, move into the lead or in front pull apart- top from fighting pull apart- weaken an argument or theory pull out- bus or train leaving station pull out- move into traffic pull out- withdraw pull back- score a goal or point when behind pull back- retreat to previous position pull back- decide not to do something previously planned pull down- demolish pull down- depress someone pull down- earn (colloquial) see off- to accompany one to the point of departure for a trip and saygood-bye upon departure see off- to accompany someone who is leaving something see off- to escort someone away from something see off OUT?????- chase somebody or something away see about- to confer with someone about someone or something see about- to investigate see about- to get information

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Adverbs

• Adverbs of Manner • Adverbs of Manner tell us the manner or way in which something happens. They answer the question "how?". Adverbs of Manner mainly modify verbs. • He speaks slowly. (How does he speak?) • They helped us cheerfully. (How did they help us?) • James Bond drives his cars fast. (How does James Bond drive his cars?) • Adverbs of Place • Adverbs of Place tell us the place where something happens. They answer the question "where?". Adverbs of Place mainly modifyverbs. • Please sit here. (Where should I sit?) • They looked everywhere. (Where did they look?) • Two cars were parked outside. (Where were two cars parked?) • Adverbs of Time • Adverbs of Time tell us something about the time that something happens. Adverbs of Time mainly modify verbs. • They can answer the question "when?": • He came yesterday. (When did he come?) • I want it now

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My Dream Wedding

My Dream Wedding Something old , something new , something borrowed , something blue...my dream wedding. I would like to wear Pnina Tornai sweetheart mermaid gown in silk organza . Bridesmaid dresse would be Royal blue and flower girl dress would be pink with diamonds. Most of the times wedding themes are very boring , I would like my wedding to take place munder water. Submarine would be an interesting place. I dream of marrying at around 24 or 25 . Althought I do have some ideas about how HE should look like , about HIS personality , I am

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Active tenses

Peter will visit us tomorrow. Continuous Tenses (kestvad ajad) are used when talking about a particular point in time · We were sleeping when the storm began. What were you doing at five o'clock? When I came, the children were sleeping. Perfect Tenses are used when an action or situation in the present is linked to a moment in the past often used to show things that have happened up to now but aren't finished yet to emphasize that something happened but is not true anymore Mary was tired. She had worked hard all day. Perfect Continuous Tenses Tegevus, mis mingil kindlaksmääratud momendil toimub (või toimus) ja mille alguse kohta on meil andmeid. · The child has been sleeping for six hours already. It has been raining for hours. Irregular verbs Here is a HUGE table about · irregular verbs · that you have to know by heart. · http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/verbs.htm

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Music can be a hobby.

Music can be a hobby. A hobby is something that you enjoy doing, something that brings relief of the daily grind and allows you to unwind. It's pretty safe to say that there would be no music if there was nobody to play it.There realle are no boundaries when it comes to picking up an instrument and learning to play.Anyone can do it if you have the patience an the willingness to learn.It's a good idea to try more than one type of instrument in order to know what you really prefer and what feels the most natural to you.It's best not to make up

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Unit 5-6 sõnavara

Hierarchy-subordinates have to report to managers, one person is leader Subordinates- alluvad, persons who report to somebody Authority- right to make decisions and give orders Delegate- edasi andma, give authority to subordinates Initiative- omaalgatuslik, makes decisions without asking their manager Abroad- välismaal, in or to foreign country (2) A minefield-varitsevad ohud, a situation with hidden dangers A pitfall-hädaoht, a likely problem(7) A custom- tava, something done in a society because of tradition (1) Etiquette- etikett, formal rules for polite behaviour in society (3) Scheduled- plaaniline, arranged for a certain time To be a sign of- to show or represent (5) Offensive- solvav, rude or insulting (4) A compliment- something that expresses admiration Sensitive- able to understand others feelings (6) Impossible- võimatu Dissimilar- erinev Improbable- ebatõenäoline Disorganised- korratu

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To a Skylark

For the bird, singing is effortless and comes out naturally. Still the creation is harmonic and spreads joy. The poem starts with Shelly calling the bird a "blithe spirit" and expressing his admiration of how the song comes from the bird's heart without any effort. "Bird thou never wert-/ That from heaven or near it" gives the mental image that Shelly doesn't actually see the bird but only hears it. Thus the bird doesn't exist for him as a real thing but rather as something supernatural, like a ghost sending its melody while staying unseen. Then Shelly goes on comparing the Skylark to many various things like a cloud of fire, a star of heaven, a high-born maiden, a glow-worm, a rose etc. All this to give forth his idea of the lark as something unreachable, unseen but heard, royal, sweet and sensitive. The bird is something very mystical because nobody really knows what it feels or tells with its songs.

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Premium B2 - Unit 10 vocabulary

4. to get your point across (v) ­ to make someone understand 5. to speak up (v) ­ to speak louder 6. to speak out about sth (v) ­ to make a statement 7. to talk down to sb ­ to talk to someone like you're better than they are 8. to pick up sth (v) ­ start a topic 9. to pass on a message (v) - 10. to bring up a point - 11. to commute (v) ­ to travel regularly over some distance 12. commuter (n) ­ person who travels back and forth between something 13. virtuous (adj) ­ naturally good at something, morally excellent 14. exasperated (adj) ­ extremely annoyed 15. dismayed (adj) ­ without courage 16. deed (n) ­ something that is done 17. to boast about sth (v) ­ to brag about sth 18. to exaggerate about sth (v) ­ to magnify beyond the limits of truth, overstate 19. to grumble about sth (v) ­ to complain quietly grumpy 20. to moan about sth (v) ­ to complain 21

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Art and aesthetics essay

10.oktoober 2011 Art versus Nonsense What is beauty ? Why do we find certain things beautiful ? Beauty is something that everyone is familiar with. It can't just be defined as something that may look good. It can be a feeling, a piece of art, music, or words. Anything can be beautiful depending on the person, beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. The music of songbirds is not generally considered art to us, but to birds it may be. The study of beauty is something not easily perfected because there is no absolute and true single beautiful thing in the world. Ideas of what is beautiful and what isn't change quickly, one day

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Present Continuous

I'm thinking of moving to San Francisco. Meaning: Act of thinking 2.Temporary Actions Activities continuing only for a limited period of time This tense is also used for activites continuing only for a limited period of time. Ex. I am riding a bike to get to work because my car is broken. (His car will soon be repaired) Mary is working at McDonald's. (She is working there only during the summer holidays) 3.Longer Actions in Progress In the middle of doing something time-consuming We also use the Present Continuous when we are in the middle of doing something time-consuming (something that takes time to complete). And example of such an activity is writing a book, saving money or studying for an exam. Ex. They are working hard to earn money. Mike is studying to become a doctor. 4.Future(Personal) Arrangements and Plans Something is planned and will be done in the near future Sometimes we use the Present Continuous to

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Tv ülesanne

English textbook fot form 10. Part 2 Unit 1 exercise 7 1. Under the weather A know nothing at all about EE something 2. GG Like lightning B putting money aside for possible bad times FF 3. nice weather for ducks C something good always comes from some- thing bad DD 4. a face like thunder D looking very angry 5. AA don't have the foggiest idea E feeling unwell 6. CC every cloud has a silver lining F rainy and wet 7. BB saving for a rainy day G very fast 8

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Premium B2 - Unit 6 vocabulary

Unit 6: vocabulary ­ School and work (v.) ­ verb (n.) ­ noun (adj.) ­ adjective (adv.) ­ adverb 1. to retire (from) (v.) - to stop working due to age 2. toddler (n.) ­ young child at the age of learning to walk, age 1-2 3. aspiration (n.) ­ strong desire to achieve something 4. exasperated (adj.) ­ extremely annoyed 5. to be fed up with (v.) ­ sick and tired of 6. rarely (adv.) ­ seldom; not often; infrequently 7. to queue (v.) ­ to stand in a line 8. to be ashamed of (v.) ­ to be embarrassed of something 9. to be depressed about (v.) ­ to feel down/sad 10. to be responsible for (v.) ­ to be in charge of something and take either credit if it succeeds or blame if it fails 11. to be famous for (v

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Are mistakes necessary for discovery and progress?

Are mistakes necessary for discovery and progress? It is often questioned whether making mistakes help people to progress and make discoveries. I personally think that there is no need to make mistakes in order to develop themselves, but it is often an efficient way of finding out something new which can help people to make progress on whatever that is worked on. It is often the mistake that tell us what is wrong or what needs to be corrected. Through correcting any mistakes that are made and learning from those errors, deffinitely help to make progress. Homework that teachers give to students are a good example, like submitting something to your teacher and getting it back later with corrections. By carefully analyzing

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Unit 3-4 sõnavara

Customer service ­ klienditeenindus - to help people to use the company offering Duty free - Tollimaksu vaba - without tax Profit margin - Kasumiosa - rate of positive financial result Sales figures - Müüginäitajad - numbers that show how much products are sold Purchasing power ­ Ostujõud - money what is available to spend Consumer goods - Tarbekaup - products that we use everyday Suggestion ­ Soovitus ­ recommendation Circumstances - Asjaolu - fact In front of ­ Ees ­ before something At the back - Taga - behind At the top ­ Üleval - above - kohal At the bottom - Põhjas vs all ­ below In the middle - Keskel - in the centre On the left - Vasakul - something is on the left On the right - Paremal - something is on the right Next to - Kõrval - beside Franchising - Frantsiisimine ­ is a business system; companies sell a right to operate Franchisor - Müüja - company who sell an individual right to another company

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Phrasal verbs: Pass and Pull

Phrasal verbs: Pass & Pull M.P Pass Pass off - Convince something that something is real I managed to PASS OFF the fake money in the market. Pass on - Give a message to someone -Decline an invitation or opportunity I'll PASS the message ON when she gets here. Pass on to - Change topic or subject Let's PASS ON TO the next item on the agenda. (British Eng.) Pass around - Give out to everybody there The teacher PASSED the handout AROUND. Pass away - Die Georgia’s uncle PASSED AWAY yesterday. Pass by - Go past without stopping - Miss an opportunity

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Passive

............................................................ 6 Talking about what other people say ................................................ 6 The Passive Voice The subject is the starting point of the sentence, the thing we are talking about. The new information about the subject comes at the end of the sentence. When the subject is the person or thing doing the action, then we use an active verb: Bell invented the telephone. When the subject is not doing the action, but something is happening or being done to it, or the action is directed at it, then we use a passive verb. The telephone was invented by Bell. NB! The object of an active sentence becomes the subject of a passive sentence. The doer of the action is indicated by a by phrase. When the doer of the action is not important, the ’by phrase’ is omitted: Active: Someone locks the office every evening. Passive: The office is locked every evening. Tenses in the Passive Voice

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Modals

Modals Sandra Haar Form 11 I am going to talk about... Can Could May Might Must Should Would Ought to Excercises References How do we use modal verbs? Affirmative: Subject + modal + infinitive, Example: She should stay Negative: Subject + modal(n`t) + infinitive, Example: She shouln`t stay Interrogative: (Wh) Modal + Subject + Infinitive, Example: Why should she stay? Can Ability to do something in the present-I can speak English. Permission to do something in the present-Can I go to the cinema? Request - Can you wait a moment, please? Offer- I can lend you my car till tomorrow. Suggestion- Can we visit Grandma at the weekend? Possibility- It can get very hot in Arizona. Could Ability to do something in the past- I could speak English. Permission to do something in the past- I could go to the cinema. Polite question- Could I go to the cinema, please?

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Some people say that every body should do voluntary work for

Some people say that every body should do voluntary work for environment Nowadays when most of the people live in city environment don't see what that makes to the nature. Big city's wastes lot of water and product a lot garbage all so waste air with fumes. It would be great when people who take something from the environment give something back to it. This is easy when just start doing something. If nobody doesn't drop junk on the ground then that's a good thing to. Also should take part on different trees planting and junk cleaning events. I guess that government and local authorities should make more and more with that kind of purpose events. At this evolution period can people buy also cars witch waist less environment. When going to tank a car then should take with less toxic fuel. What less we use electricity helps on saving environment

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Word order, articles, prepositions, adverb, adjective

ago a certain time in the past 2 years ago before earlier than a certain point of time before 2004 to telling the time ten to six (5:50) past telling the time ten past six (6:10) till/until in the sense of how long something is going to last He is on holiday until Friday. by in the sense of at the latest I will be back by 6 o'clock. By 11 o'clock, I had read up to a certain time

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Love Medicine vocabulary

Mary Martin follows Gordie into the apple trees but losts him. The whole morning they were waiting for the orderlies and the tribal police to come, they heard him cry like a drowned person. to be/stay at somebody's beck and call (230) - Ready to comply with any wish or command. Lipsha is grateful for his Grandma... a smokescreen (232) - An action or statement used to conceal actual plans or intentions.; A disguise. to hanker after/for something (239) - To want someone or something; to long for someone or something. The problem wasn't that Nector was not all there, but that what was there of him often hankered after Lamartine. to prickle (241) - slough (242) - A swamp.; The dropping off of dead tissue from living flesh. malpractice (245) - 1. Improper or negligent treatment of a patient, as by a physician, resulting in injury, damage, or loss. 2. Improper or unethical conduct by the holder of a professional or official position. 3

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Present Tenses.

g. he, she, a dog, etc. + e.g. go, make, have, etc. Negative Sentences: Subject DO/DOES Verb (present form) e.g. he, she, a dog, etc. + NOT + e.g. go, make, have, etc Present Continuous The Present Continuous is mainly used to express Basic form the idea that something is happening at the Subject + IS/ARE + Verb +ing (continuous verb) moment of speaking. The Present Continuous also describes activities generally in progress (not at  He is sleeping. the moment). Another use of the tense is to talk  I am visiting grandpa in the afternoon. about temporary actions or future plans.

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Artiklid

· Is used when referring to an unspecified thing. Exmaple: Mary really wants a dog for Christmas. "When I was at the zoo, I saw an elephant!" · Is used with singular countable nouns when we want to say what sombody/something is or what someone's job is. Example: It is a cat. Sue is an engineer. · Is used when something/somebody is mentioned first time. Example: She picked up a book. · Is used when you want to show how often you do something. Example: I go to the gym twice a week. · Is used before numeral when it means "one" Examples: a hundred, a pound, a thousand, a dollar, a quarter, a half The · Is used when both the person speaking and listener know the specific object they are talking about. Example: I remembered the fun I had with them. · Is used when you have mentioned something/somebody before. Example: I live in a house. The house is quite old and has four bedrooms.

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Edulugude võistlus

have to understand that success means various things for different persons. The main question is what makes a human being happy? In my opinion, as a person claims that he is happy, then we can firmly say that this person is successful in life because he feels content with his life. Contentedness and happiness are the key factors in determing how succesful someone is. It is often said that for a small town inhabitant, it is a lot harder to achieve something in life. I totally disagree with this statement. There are just other values in a town with a small population density. Values concerning family life are coming more forth, career and such kind of personal ambitions are kept in the backround. Also it is often mentioned that making a successful career in a small town is largely impossible, because of the lack of different resources and opportunities. By these it is commonly ment a uncompetitive education and few opportunities to develop

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The school holiday

The school holiday – time for new challenges and adventures Changes and challenges can come in many forms. An holiday is the perfect place to try something new, to push yourself to a new limit and realise your dreams. You can do something that you've never tried before, like going to new places or take part of the adventure games. You can go to the gym or run every day 5 km. I like to go hiking in the woods or just take a daytrip to a city where I have never been before. The other possibility is to go for a mental challenge, like learning new language, or reading an interesting book. It is good challenge to take a science or philosophy book, something that is not so easy to read so you can be proud of yourself after finishing it

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prelim year 1

TOPICS For the PRELIM Year 1 Put down 10-12 relevant terms and retell about: 1. Prescriptive and descriptive law Prescriptive law – prescribe how people ought to behave Descriptive law – describes the way people or natural phenomena behave Break the law – do something illegal Penalty – punishment Government – system by which a state or community is controlled Law – the system of rules System of courts – all judicial institutions Enforce – to make people obey the law Authority – a group of people with official responsibility for a particular area of activity /the moral or legal right or ability to control Prescribe – to tell someone what they must have or do, or to make a rule of something Impose

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"The Printed Word will Never Die" essee

People have used to aquire new knowledge and experience for a very long time which makes books the oldest source of new knowledge. For some youth, reading is a very hard thing to do, some just cannot pick up a book and start reading, most would rather hang out with friends or play computergames. Furthermore, some youth also prefer watching movies to reading, because a film is a lot easier to follow, reading a book is sometimes exhausting and tiring. But all that said, there is something about books, if a book is truly interesting, then something just forces you to read it, you read a page and you just have to know what comes next, what is going to happen, how will the story end. Page after page after page, until eventually without notice, you have finished the book. I think that reading can be a very enjoyable activity, but some people just do not want to read, there can be many different reasons why they

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Inglise keele sõnad

region or environment Invade - to enter (a place, such as a foreign country) in order to take control by military force Pacifist - strongly and actively opposed to conflict and especially war Presumably - by reasonable assumption Rank - a position, esp an official one, within a social organization, esp the armed forces Reign - to have control or influence Retreat - The act or process of moving back or away, especially from something hazardous, formidable, or unpleasant Stunt - an unusual or difficult feat requiring great skill or daring Subjective - of, relating to, or emanating from a person's emotions, prejudices, etc: Surrender - to give the control or use of (something) to someone else / to agree to stop fighting, hiding, resisting, etc Transatlantic ­ on, from the other side of crossing the Atlantic Ocean Treaty - an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or groups

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Conditions of the productive animals in farms.

In many of these farms there were dead hens and the corpses were decayed. It is obvious that this is a huge health risk for all the other animals in the farm. In Finland this survey was recorded with digital cameras. The videos and pictures were published and soon there were responses that these materials are fake or filmed elsewhere. Everyone who sees those pictures and videos realises that they are real and the problem is so serious that something must be embarked upon at once. The pictures that are taken at the Põima farm prove that the problem is also huge in Estonia. One possible way to show people how serious the problem is, is to distribute those materials. Often just talking about something serious does not create the image to the people and they need proof to realise the deepness of it. Even more, recently WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals) published an

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Motivatsiooni kirjand

Always keep moving fowards no matter what happens in life! There is never such thing as “I can’t move on, I am hurt, I am feeling depressed”, there just isn’t. Motivation isn’t something what just comes by a random chance. It is something what needs to be understood and observed with feelings and emotions. Motivation comes from the past incidents what I have had and have been through with. I know what I have been thorugh with and how hard the times can get in life but then I can’t just give up my life, I can’t surrender my body to drugs or alcohol in order to forget or ignore the problems. I have to have another view to life. A view that is full of positive energy, good vibes, happy feelings and fantastic emotions.

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Prepositions

Next week I will be away on business in France. John is on holiday this month. This bus never runs on time. He learned to read at an early age. The boss is not here at the moment, please, call back in half an hour. There are no vacancies in our company at present. 2 Prepositions of Time – for & since for since is used to express how long something is used to express how long something goes on when we mean the period of has been happening when we mean the time beginning of the period • 9 o’clock • ten minutes • Monday • two hours • the first of April • three days • 2001

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