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"stood" - 127 õppematerjali

stood on top of between the two opposite each stood behind the and held the the mountain.
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English Irregular verbs

give gave given go went gone have had had hear heard heard keep kept kept know knew known leave left left lend lent lent let let let lose lost lost make made made meet met met pay paid paid put put put read read (pronounced /red/) read (pronounced /red/) run ran run say said said see saw seen sell sold sold send sent sent sing sang sung sit sat sat sleep slept slept speak spoke spoken stand stood stood swim swam swum take took taken teach taught taught tell told told think thought thought understand understood understood wear wore worn write wrote written

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Scotland powerpoint presentation

9%) · Population: 5,144,200 people · Currency: Pound sterling · Patron Saint: St. Andrew National symbols: thistle kilt tartan pattern bagpipe Flower of Scotland (national anthem) O Flower of Scotland, Those days are past now, When will we see And in the past Your like again, they must remain, That fought and died for, But we can still rise now, Your wee bit Hill and Glen, And be the nation again, And stood against him, That stood against him, Proud Edward's Army, Proud Edward's Army, And sent him homeward, And sent him homeward, Tae think again. Tae think again. The Hills are bare now, Flower of Scotland, And Autumn leaves When will we see lie thick and still, your like again, O'er land that is lost now, That fought and died for, Which those so dearly held, Your wee bit Hill and Glen,

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Irregular verb

Bring Brought Brought Tooma Tear Tore Torn Kiskuma Pay Paid Paid Maksma Choose Chose Chosen Valima Ring Rung Rung Helisema Steal Stole Stolen Varastama Mistake Mistake Mistaken Viga Become became become Muutuma Fall fell Fallen Kukkuma Light Lit Lit valgustama Blow Blew Blown Puhuma Run Ran Run Jooksma Stand Stood Stood Seisma Lie Lay Lain Asetsema Fly flewn flown Lendama Lay Laid Laid Panema Think Thought Thought Mõtlema Rise Rose Risen Tõusma Come Came Come Tulema Bite Bit Bitten Hammustama Aet Ate Eaten Sööma Ride Rode Ridden Sõitma Sell Sold Sold Müüma Shake shook shaken Raputama Throw Threw throwen Viskama

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Põhivormid

ride rode ridden sõitma ring rang rung helisema run ran run jooksma say said said ütlema see saw seen nägema sell sold sold müüma send sent sent saatma set set set seadma shine shone shone särama show showed shown näitama shut shut shut sulgema sing sang sung laulma sink sank sunk uppuma , uputama sit sat sat istuma sleep slept slept magama smell smelled/smelt haisema speak spoke spoken rääkima spend spent spent kulutama spill siplled /spilt spilled spilt üle ajama stand stood stood seisma steal stole stolen varastama swim swam swum ujuma take took taken võtma teach taught taught õpetama tear tore torn rebima tell told told ütlema . jutustama think thought thought mõtlema throw threw thrown hetima , loopima understand understood understood aru saama wake woke woken äratama wear wore worn kandma win won won võitma write wrote written kirjutama

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Irregular verb - 100 ebareeglipärast tegusõna

Buy bought bought See saw seen Catch caught caught Sell sold sold Can could ­ Send sent sent Come came come Set set set Cost cost cost Shoot shot shot Cut cut cut Sing sang sung Deal dealt dealt Sink sank sunk Dig dug dug Slide slid slid Do did done Speak spoke spoken Dream dream dreamt Spend spent spent Drive drove driven Stand stood stood Eat ate eaten Steal stole stolen Fall fell fallen Stick stuck stukk Feed fed fed Strike struck struck Feel felt felt Swear swore sworn Fight fought fought Swing swung swung Find found found Take took tsken Fly flew flown Tear tore torn Foresee soresaw foreseen tell told told Foretell foretold foretold Think thought thought Forget forgot forgotten Throw threw thrown

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Heartless

called "Enter!" and the child went in. The room was filled with the smoke of numberless cigarettes. The girl, however, made no emotion and came closer to the old and ugly man sitting behind the table. "I wasn't lucky today, Grandpa," whispered the child and her light blue eyes filled with tears as she talked. The man smoked soundlessly, not even glancing at the girl. "But I'll go again, tomorrow, and bring you twice the money! I promise! So don't punish me, okay?" The man stood up and walked slowly towards the girl. "I promised your mother to take care of you, yet, if you are useless in even collecting money from the rich, I can't help you! This is the end, Heartless! Go to the dorms, pack your things and leave my orphanage at once! You are no longer welcome here!" Heartless tried to protest, but the man hit her, so there she was now ­ lying helplessly on the floor. Suddenly, someone else knocked on the door and two other girls and an older boy came in

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Inglise keele ebareeglipärased sõnad

Olema BE-WAS/WERE-BEEN kuulma HEAR/HEARD/HEARD Saama k/m BECOME-BECAME-BECOME peitma HIDE/HID/HIDDEN Alustama BEGIN/BEGAN/BEGUN lööma HIT/HIT/HIY Hammustama BITE/BIT/BITTEN hoidma HOLD/HELD/HELD Puhkama BLOW/BLEW/BLOWN haiget tegema HURT/HURT/HURT Katki BREAK/BROKE/BROKEN jätma KEEP/KEPT/KEPT Tooma BRING/BROUGHT/BROUGHT teadma KNOW/KNEW/KNOWN Ehitama BUILD/BULIT/BUILT juhtima LEAD/LED/LED Ostma BUY/BOUGHT/BOUGHT õppima LEARN/LEARNT/LEARNT Püüdma CATCH/CAUGHT/CAUGHT jätma LEAVE/LEFT/LEFT Valikud CHOOSE7CHOSE/CHOSEN välja laenutama LEND/LENT/LENT Tulema COME/CAME/COME laskma LET/LET/LET Maksma COST/COST/COST kaotama LOSE/LOST/LOST Lõikama CUT/CUT/CUT tegema MAKE/MADE/MADE Tegema DO/DID/DONE tähendama MEAN/MEANT/MEANT Joonistama DRAW/DREW/DRAWN kohtama MEET/MET/MET Jooma DRINK/DRANK/DRUNK maksma PAY/PAID/PAID Sõitma DRIVE/DROVE/DRIVEN panema PUT/PUT/PUT Sööma EAT/ATE/EATEN lugema READ/READ/READ Kukkuma FALL/FELL/FALLEN sõitma RIDE/RODE/RID...

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Ebareeglipäased tegusõnad - irregular verbs

2 see saw seen 2.23 set set set 7.3 lie lay lain 2.24 shoot shot shot 7.4 be was, were been 2.25 sit sat sat 2.26 sleep slept slept 2.27 speed sped, speeded sped, speeded 2.28 spell spelt, spelled spelt, spelled 8 od 5 2.29 spend spent spent 8.1 run ran run 2.30 stand stood stood 8.2 drink drank drunk 8.3 begin began begun 8.4 swim swam swum 8.5 go went gone

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Irregular verbs, ebareeglipärased tegusõnad

nõudma Sell sold sold - müüma Send sent sent - saatma, lähetama, läkitama Sew sewed sewn - õmblema Shoot shot shot - laskma, filmi väntama, Show showed shown - näitama Smell smelt (smelled) smelt (smelled) ­ lõhnama, haistma, nuusutama Spell spelt(spelled) spelt(spelled) - veerima, tähthaaval lugema Split split split - lõhkema, lõhenema, lahku minema Spread spread spread ­ levima, levitama, laotama Spring sprang sprung- hüppama, tärkama, puhkema Stand stood stood - seisma Stick stuck stukk - kleepuma, torkama Stink stank stunk - haisema, lehkama Strike struck struck ­ lööma (kella kohta) , taguma Teach taught taught - õpetama

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Irregular verbs

forbid forbade forbidden split split split forget forgot forgotten spoil spoilt (Inf+ed) spoilt (Inf+ed) forgive forgave forgiven spread spread spread freeze froze frozen spring sprang sprung get got got stand stood stood give gave given steal stole stolen go went gone stick stuck stuck grow grew grown sting stung stung hang hung (Inf+ed) hung (Inf+ed) strike struck struck have had had swear swore sworn

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English - rregulars verbs

SEE SAW SEEN NÄGEMA SELL SOLD SOLD MÜÜMA SEND SENT SENT SAATMA SHINE SHONE SHONE PAISTMA (päikese kohta) SING SANG SUNG LAULMA SIT SAT SAT ISTUMA SLEEP SLEPT SLEPT MAGAMA SPEAK SPOKE SPOKEN RÄÄKIMA SPEND SPEND SPEND VEETMA, KULUTAMA STAND STOOD STOOD SEISMA STEAL STOLE STOLEN VARASTAMA SWEAR SWORE SWORN VANDUMA SWIM SWAM SWUM UJUMA TAKE TOOK TAKEN VÕTMA TEACH TAUGHT TAUGHT ÕPETAMA TELL TOLD TOLD ÜTLEMA THINK THOUGHT THOUGHT MÕTLEMA, ARVAMA THROW THREW THROWN VISKAMA UNDERSTAND UNDERSTOOD UNDERSTOOD ARU SAAMA, MÕISTMA

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Surprise

second thought it could have been there by accident. So now I went upstairs, to my room and sat on the armchair. I sat there for a moment, holding the letter on my lap and looking out the window ­ to let the curiousity grow. Than I prepared to tear it open, but some noise from downstairs interrupted me. I sat still and listened for a minute, it was quiet again. As I laid my eyes on the envelope again the same sound, only louder, interrupted me again. Now I stood up, placed the envelope on the armchair and went down the stairs to look for the source of the noise or something else to explain it. There was nothing wrong and it was perfectly silent. As I stood there looking around me the front door opened. It was my sister coming in. I greeted her and then she started talking about an artschool she had been invited to. We talked a long time, and I got carried away with the conversatin, forgotting the envelope that still waited me on my armchair.

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English Irregular Verbs

tulistama shoot shot shot sulgema shut shut shut laulma sing sang sung vajuma sink sank sunk istuma sit sat sat magama sleep slept slept rääkima speak spoke spoken kulutama spend spent spent maha ajama spill spilt spilt levima spread spread spread seisma stand stood stood varastama steal stole stolen pühkima sweep swept swept ujuma swim swam swum võtma take took taken õpetama teach taught taught rebima tear tore torn rääkima tell told told mõtlema think thought thought viskama throw threw thrown aru saama understand understood understood

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Ebareeglipärased tegusõnad

Be,was,been-olema Bear,bore,born(e)-taluma Beat,beat,beaten-tukslema Become,became,become-saama Begin,began,begun-algama Bite,bit,bitten-hammustama Blow,blew,blown-puhuma Break,broke,broken-lõhkuma Build,built,built-ehitama Burn,burnt(burned),-II- -põlema Burst,burst,burst-lõhkema Buy,bought,bought-ostma Can,could,(been able to)-oskama Catch,caught,caught-püüdma Choose,chose,chosen-valima Come,came,come-tulema Cost,cost,cost-maksma Cut,cut,cut-lõikama Deal,dealt,dealt-nr. valima Dig,dug,dug-kaevama Do,did,done-tegema Dream,dreamt(dreamed),-II- -unistama Drink,drank,drunk-jooma Eat,ate,eaten-sööma Fall,fell,fallen-kukkuma Feed,fed,fed-toitma Feel,felt,felt-tundma Fight,fought,fought-kaklema Find,found,found-leidma Flee,fled,fled-põgenema Fly,flew,flown-lendama Forbid,forbade,forbidden-keelama Forget,forgot,forgotten-unustama Forgive,forgave,forgiven-andestama Freeze,froze,frozen-külmuma Get,got,got-saama Give,gave,given-andma Go,went,gon...

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Basic Irregular Verbs

ring rang rung rise rose risen run ran run say said said see saw seen seek sought sought sell sold sold send sent sent set set set shake shook shaken shine shone shone shoot shot shot show showed shown shut shut shut sing sang sung sit sat sat sleep slept slept speak spoke spoken spend spent spent spring sprang sprung stand stood stood steal stole stolen swim swam swum swing swung swung take took taken teach taught taught tear tore torn tell told told think thought thought throw threw thrown

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99 ebareeglipärast tegusõna

99 Ebareeglipärast tegusõna 1 seisma stand stood stood 2 kleepima stick stuck stuck 3 rääkima tell told told 4 aru saama understand understood understood 5 võitma win won won 6 omama have had had 7 hoidma hold held held 8 juhtima/viima lead led led 9 süütama light lit lit 10 kaevama dig dug dug

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Irregular verbs

kasvatama grow grew grown ründama strike struck struck keelama forbid forbade forbidden saagima saw sawed sawn keerutama spin spun spun saama become became become kerima wind wound wound saatma send sent sent kiikuma swing swung swung sammuma tread trod trodden kiirustama speed sped sped seisma stand stood stood klammerduma cling clung clung siduma bind bound bound kleepima stick stuck stuck sobima fit fit fit kohtuma meet met met sukelduma dive dived dived kuduma knit knit knit sulgema shut shut shut kukkuma fall fell fallen sõitma ride rode ridden kulutama spend spent spent särama shine shone shone

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Irregular verbs

79. Shut shut shut-sulgema 80. Sing sang sung-laulma 81. Sit sat sat-istuma 82. Sleep slept slept-magama 83. Smell smelt smelt-nuusutama, haistma, lõhnama 84. Speak spoke spoken-rääkima 85. Spell spelt spelt- tähthaaval ütlema 86. Spend spent spent-kulutama, veetma 87. Spill Spilt spilt-loksutama, loksuma 88. Spoil spoilt spoilt-rikkuma 89. Spread spread spread- määrima, levima, levitama, katma 90. Stand stood stood-seisma 91. Stick stuck stuck-pistma, torkama, kleepima 92. Sting stung stung-nõelama 93. Strike struck struck-tabama, lööma 94. Swear swore sworn-vanduma 95. Sweep swept swept-pühkima 96. Swim Swam swum-ujuma 97. Take took taken-võtma 98. Teach taught taught-õpetama 99. Tear tore torn-rebima 1. Tell told told-ütlema, käskima, rääkima 2. Think thought thought-mõtlema, arvama 3

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Satire in Lilliput

greatest satirists of his and our time. In the first book of Gulliver's Travels millions of young schoolchildren have grown to love this famous story and never recognize the satire hidden in the story. In his first Book he uses satire to demonstrate English politics by using the citizens of Lilliput. Gulliver's first adventure takes place in Lilliput. Gulliver gets shipwrecked and finds himself tied down by a considerable number of little people called Lilliputians. The Lilliputians stood only six inches high. During this time Swift recognized that England was also small in stature but was dominant force and had a great influence in Europe. England, despite its small size, had the potential to defeat any nation that might try to conquer them. Swift relates this situation with the Lilliputians. They only stood six inches tall but had the power to take on the, "ManMountain", Gulliver. The ability of the Lilliputians to

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Washington Monument.

Washington Monument Facts · Located in Washington DC · 169.29 metres high · It consists of 36,491 stones · It's the highest structure in Washington · It's one of the highest structures in the world · Fifty flags surround the base of it, symbolizing the 50 states of the USA History · It was built in honour of George Washington, the first president of the USA · The cornerstone was laid on July 4, 1848 · Due to several setbacks, the monument stood incomplete at the height of about 50 metres for 25 years. · It was opened to public on October 8, 1888 Thank you!

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Irregular Verbs (Present-Past)

hold held hurt hurt keep kept know knew lay laid lead led leave left lend lent let let lie lied lose lost make made meet met pay paid put put read read ride rode ring rang run ran say said see saw sell sold send sent show showed sit sat sleep slept speak spoke spend spent stand stood swim swam take took teach taught tell told think thought throw threw understand understood wear wore win won write wrote

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Prepositions and Phrasal Verbs

1. Prepositions of place The ball is in the box The ball is on the box. The ball is under the box. Jane's house Bill's house John's house John's house is next to Jane's Jane's house is between Bill's Bill's house is next to Jane's house. and John's houses. house. The man stood The climbers The man stood The enemies stood The gardners next to the gopher stood on top of between the two opposite each stood behind the and held the the mountain. enemies. other. pumpkins. umbrella over it. The man looked

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Irregular english verbs

sow sowed sown, sowed speak spoke spoken speed sped, speeded sped, speeded spell spelt, spelled spelt, spelled spend spent spent spill spilt. spilled spilt, spilled spin spun, span spun spit spat spat split split split spoil spoilt, spoiled spoilt; spoiled spread spread spread spring sprang sprung stand stood stood steal stole stolen stick stuck stuck sting stung stung stink stank, stunk stunk strew strewed strewn, strewed stride strode stridden strike struck struck, stricken string strung strung strive strove striven. swear swore sworn sweep swept swept swell swelled swollen, swelled

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Irregular verbs

INFINITIVE SIMPLE SIMPLE PRESENT PAST PRESENT PAST PARTICIPLE PARTICIPLE TO SLIDE slide slid sliding slid TO SPEAK speak spoke speaking spoken TO SPEND spend spent spending spent TO SPLIT split split splitting split TO SPRING spring sprang springing sprung TO STAND stand stood standing stood TO STEAL steal stole stealing stolen TO STICK stick stuck sticking stuck TO STRIKE strike struck striking struck TO SWEAR swear swore swearing sworn TO SWEEP sweep swept sweeping swept TO SWIM swim swam swimming swum TO SWING swing swung swinging swung

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Inglise keele 3 põhivormi

spend spent spent kulutama spill spilled/spilt spilled/spilt Pillama, kukkuma spin spun spun keerutama spit spit/spat spit sülitama split split split Tükeldama, lõhenema spread spread spread levima spring sprang/sprung sprung Lähtuma, tulenema stand stood stood seisma steal stole stolen Varastama stick stuck stuck Kleepuma sting stung stung Kipitama, kõrvetama stink stank stunk haisema stride strod stridden Pika sammuga käima strike struck struck Lööma, tabama string strung strung Pingutama, riputama

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Londoni sillad slaidshow

Bridges in England Nimi Tower Bridge Tower Bridge has stood over the River Thames in London since 1894 Tower Bridge is 60 meters long with towers that rise to a height of 43 meters Tower Bridge is the only Thames bridge which can be raised London Bridge London Bridge is between the City of London and Southwark London's original bridge made this one of the most famous bridge in the world Southwark Bridge Southwark Bridge is a road-bridge linking Southwark and the City across the River Thames

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A 14 year old junky

Joonas Preedin 10. A Once there lived a girl named Samantha, she was 14 years old and lived in York. Her family decided to move to London for a better job. She was really unhappy, because she had to leave all her friends. Once they finally moved she went to a new school. Samantha had difficulties with making new friends. She sat alone in the canteen. She was always bullied by the big tough girls at the school. Once she stood up to them and the bad girls seemed to like her so called “sassiness”. They invited her to the back ally to “talk”, of course Sam did not know what they ment by that, so she went outside. As they were outside one of the bad girls pulled out a syringe and injected it into Samantha. She was scared to her life, that was literally the last thing she would have thought of. The bad girls only laughed, they guessed that it would be funny. But

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Hiidhirv

HIIDHIRV Nüüdseks väljasurnud kahemeetrise turja kõrgusega hiidhirv elas palju kauem kui esialgu aravati, räägivad Briti teadlased. An extinct deer that stood more than two metres at the shoulder survived much longer than previously thought, British scientists report in the magazine Nature. Megaloceros giganteus (hiidsarv) ei olnud surnud veel enne 7000 aastat tagasi, mida on tõestanud Professor Andrian Lister ja Tony-Stuart londoni Stuarti , Profs. Adrian Lister and Tony Stuarti ülikool-kolledzist londonist. Esialgu arvati et hiidhirv suri välja 10500 aastat tagasi, samal ajal kui suriv välja mammutid ja mõõktiigrid.

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Oliver twist

Oliver was a pale thin child. He and other boys never had enough food or warm clothes. They were given only three meals of thin soup every day.A large pot stood at one end of hall and the soup was served by the master. Each boy had one small bowl and no more. They were always hungry, so one day they decided that one boy would ask for more soup. Oliver was chosen. One day he went to the master and asked for more soup. Then the master hit Oliver with his spoon and cried for help. Mr Bumble rushed into the room and the master told him what Oliver had said. He took Oliver away and shut him in a dark room

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Advertising campaign

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. Profit- if you make more money of something than you paid for it 17. Promote- when you work to make something more popular 18. Rival- a competitor 19. Value- worth 20. Genuinely- truly 21. Fickle- changable 22. Re- focus- re- consentrate 23. Sky- rocketing- increasing 24. Expansion- growth 25. Stood for- represented 26. Volume base- main maket 27. Property- assets 28. Work they way to the top- make career 29. Hit glass ceiling- invicible obstacle 30. Barrier- obstacle 31. Outnumber- the number is greater 32. Old boy's network- old friends (men) support each other 33. Achievement- accomplishment 34. Struggle- fight 35. Balance career and family- to cope with home and work

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Irregular Verbs - Ebareeglipärased Sõnad

I vorm ­ Spell I vorm ­ Spend II vorm ­ Spelt II vorm ­ Spent III vorm - Spelt III vorm - Spent Sülitama = Spit Levima, levitama = Spread I vorm ­ Spit I vorm ­ Spread II vorm ­ Spat II vorm ­ Spread III vorm - Spat III vorm - Spread Hüppama = Spring Seisma = Stand I vorm ­ Spring I vorm ­ Stand II vorm ­ Sprang II vorm ­ Stood III vorm - Sprung III vorm - Stood Varastama = Steal Kleepima, kleepuma = Stick I vorm ­ Steal I vorm ­ Stick II vorm ­ Stole II vorm ­ Stuck III vorm - Stolen III vorm - Stuck Lööma, tabama = Stricke Pühkima = Sweep I vorm ­ Stricke I vorm ­ Sweep II vorm ­ Struck II vorm ­ Swept III vorm - Struck III vorm - Swept

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Estonian National Spring Holidays

· Central feast in the Christian liturgical year · Bible legend · It's history goes beyond Christianity · Easter is a moveable feast. The date of Easter varies between March 22 and April 25. 2011 date is April 24th. Easter videos Coloring Eggs Rolling eggs down a hill Swinging May the 1st - Walpurgis Day and Night · Volbriöö (Walpurgis Day in English) is an important and widespread celebration of the arrival of spring in the country. · The night originally stood for the gathering and meeting of witches. · The Volbriöö celebrations are especially vigorous in Tartu, the university town Tartu University students celebrating Volbriöö Thank you for your attention! 2011, Sanna&Mari Sources · Wikipedia.org · Folklore.ee/Berta · Google.com

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CONDITIONALS, SUPPOSE/SUPPOSING, PREFER +ING/WOULD PREFER

If he came back he won't be (=will hetkeolukorrale late last night,Kui not be) on time for Suppose/Supposing II, would +I ta jõudis eile work today. ei jõua õhtul hilja tagasi, ta täna õigeks Suppose/Supposing he stood you ajaks tööle. up, what would you do? Type 2 Type 3 Suppose/Supposing you met a film star, what would you say? If you liked you would have Suppose/Supposing I invited you

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Adolf Hitler

Over time, a lot of people changed his mind and created a resistance movement. Hitler was also made several attempts to eliminate them. Several of the people met him, argued that privately he was not so impressive.Presidential elections were held in 1932, was nominated for a plan submitted by Adolf Hitler. He lacked German citizenship! Exit the quick acquisition of citizenship of entering the service of the German state. Hitler stood Brunswick Provincial Economic Advisor to the Office in Berlin. February 24, 1932, Adolf Hitler was appointed in office, he gave the oath of office on February 26 and March 4, he went for his retirement! 8 days, he gained German citizenship and the legal opportunity to participate in politics in Germany. hitler husben is Eva Buren.

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Inglise keele ebareeglipäraseid sõnu ja nende tähendusi

Ketrama Spin Spun Spun Sülitama Spit Spat Spat Lõhestama Split Split Split Rikkuma Spoil Spoilt Spoilt Levitama, levima Spread Spread Spread Hüppama Spring Sprang Sprung Seisma Stand Stood Stood Varastama Steal Stole Stolen Pistma, kleepuma Stick Stuck Stukc Nõelama Sting Stung Stung Haisema Stink Stunk Stunk Puistama Strew Strewed Strew(-n/-ed) Sammuma stride Strode Stridden Lööma, streikima Strike Struk Struk

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The Colossus of Rhodes

It was a symbol of unity of the people who inhabited that beautiful Mediterranean island of Rhodes. To build the statue, the workers cast the outer bronze skin parts. The base was made of white marble, and the feet and ankle of the statue were first fixed. The structure was gradually erected as the bronze form was fortified with an iron and stone framework. To reach the higher parts, an earth ramp was built around the statue and was later removed. When the Colossus was finished, it stood about 33 metres (110 ft) high. A strong earthquake hit Rhodes at around 226 BC. The city was badly damaged, and the Colossus was broken at its weakest point - the knee. For almost a millennium, the statue lay broken in ruins. In AD 654, the Arabs invaded Rhodes. They disassembled the remains of the broken Colossus and sold them to a Jew from Syria. It is said that the fragments had to be transported to Syria on the backs of 900 camels.

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The list of irregular verbs

202. spotlight spotlit spotlit (kellelegi, millelegi) prozektori valgust suunama; piltl heledat valgust heitma (spotlighted) (spotlighted) 203. spread spread spread levima; laotama, levitama 204. spring sprang / sprung sprung hüppama, kargama; tärkama, puhkema 205. stand stood stood seisma; üles tõusma; püsima, jääma 206. steal stole stolen varastama 207. stick stuck stuck kleepuma, nakkuma 208. sting stung stung nõelama; kõrvetama, salvama 209. stink stank stunk haisema, lehkama 210. strew strewed strewn (strewed) puistama, laiali puistama; üle puistama

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History of the English language

name being *Thurisaz. It has the sound of either a voiceless dental fricative, like th as in the English word thick, or a voiced dental fricative, like th as in the English word the. (In Modern Icelandic the usage is restricted to the former. The voiced form is represented with the letter eth (, ), though eth can be unvoiced, depending on its position within a sentence). Yogh-letter (cf yoke ­ Estonian "ike") ­ modified Latin g. Probably stood for several sounds starting with /j/ up to /g/. Prefix ge ­ probably · not stressed · yokh-letter stood for /j/. Reasons for surmising this: 1. The prefix is still there in German (Past Participle, e.g. gehen, ging. gegangen). It is not stressed in German. 2. The prefix was lost during the Middle English times (geholpan ­ holpen), it is easier to drop unstressed syllables. 3. The middle version was /i/ (spelt in Middle English as y): y-ronne (run Past participle).

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Edgar Allen Poe kirjandus

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_allen_poe#Literary_style_and_themes "The Raven" .... Presently my soul grew stronger; hesitating then no longer, "Sir," said I, "or Madam, truly your forgiveness I implore; But the fact is I was napping, and so gently you came rapping, And so faintly you came tapping--tapping at my chamber door, That I scarce was sure I heard you"--here I opened wide the door:-- Darkness there and nothing more. Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing, Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before; But the silence was unbroken, and the darkness gave no token, And the only word there spoken was the whispered word, "Lenore!" This I whispered, and an echo murmured back the word, "Lenore!" Merely this and nothing more. ..... http://www.blackcatpoems.com/p/the_raven.html "Spirits of the Dead" .... Now are thoughts thou shalt not banish-- Now are visions ne'er to vanish--

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Theaters of Estonia

Theaters of Estonia Jõhvi Theater Jõhvi Concert H all, situated in a small town Jõhvi near N arva, is the youngest, yet the most modern theater in Estonia. With it's large multi-functional transforming scene and stunning unusual architecture it became an important art and cultural center not only of Ida Virumaa, but of the whole Estonia in a very short time. The colourful history of Jõhvi Concert H all dates back to the year 1491, when Jõhvi M anor with its historicist features stood on the spot of the modern Jõhvi Concert H ouse. The manor buildings were surrounded by a spacious park, which can be found next to the concert house even today, reminding us of the former glory of the manor. In cooperation with the Estonian M inistry of Culture and Jõhvi Government the Jõhvi Theater was built in 2004 and first opened its doors on the 8th of October 2005 under the management of Aivar M äethe Director of Estonian Concert. The architects

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Bob Sinclar

Reminiscence Quartet, he has dabbled in hiphop and acid jazz. He also created the Africanism project, where an ensemble of artists produce house music with a combination of Latin, jazz, African and tribal flavours. In 2005 he scored a hit with the single "Love Generation", that reached #1 on the Australian ARIA Singles Charts and the German Media Control Single Charts in 2006. The song was a huge success throughout Europe, also peaking at no. 2 in the Dutch Top 40 and it stood 39 weeks in the Ultratop 50 in Belgium. It became one of the official anthems for the World Cup 2006 held in Germany. The followup hit was "World, Hold On", that features Steve Edwards and also managed to chart in the top ten in most of the European countries. "Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)" followed on 22 August 2006. The remix of "World, Hold on" by ESmoove was nominated for a Grammy in 2007 in the category of Remixed Recording

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Rolls Royce

at least 6 Rolls Royce automobiles in her vast car collection. What is also luxurious about Rolls Royce, is its price. Cheapest new Rolls Royce automobiles today start at 200 thousand euros. Though this might sound like a high price, you get absolutely the best quality, the quietest, astonishingly smooth ride and thoroughly handmade car that will last for decades. All these things make Rolls-Royce is one of the most recognized brands in the world, and this icon of engineering and luxury has stood at the top of its market through recessions, depressions, wartime and peace. Tartu 2013

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The Globe Theatre

Globe Theater The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. He wrote there many of his greatest plays. It was first built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613. It was rebuilt in June 1614 and closed in 1642. It stood on the bank of the River Thames in Southwark, London, England, UK. In 1987, though, after many years of careful research, work began to build a new theatre as much like the original as possible. The New Globe was built with the same materials and building methods as the Shakespeare´s theatre. It is a round building, 3 storeys high, with a wooden frame and plaster walls. The middle of the theatre is open to the sky. The New Globe opened in 1997

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The Hound of Baskervilles

That night, Holmes, Lestrade, and Watson hide by the path near Stapleton's house. Finally, Henry comes through the fog and the dog after him. The dog is huge and black, and fire seems to come from its eyes and mouth. Watson and Holmes shoot the dog and kill him. They find Mrs. Stapleton tied up by her husband. Mr. Stapleton runs to the Grimpen Mire and drowns. Stapleton was a son of Rodger Baskerville, from South America. When he came to England, he found that only two people stood between him and big fortune and he tried to kill them with the help of big black dog.

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

completed pedestal on what was then called Bedloe's Island. ● They made an fundraiser to get the money to build The Statue of Liberty ● It was an gift from the French ● In France they have the original, but smaller. ● At the beginning it was used as an lighthouse, due to the similiarities to an ancient bronze statue of the Greek god of the sun, Helios. This statue is believed to have been over 100 feet (30 m) high, and it similarly stood at a harbor entrance and carried a light to guide ships. ● In 1875, Laboulaye proposed that the French finance the statue and the Americans provide the site and build the pedestal. Bartholdi completed the head and the torch-bearing arm before the statue was fully designed, and these pieces were exhibited for publicity at international expositions.

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Prepositions

5. Nathan was able to exchange money at the exchange counter in the airport. 6. If you want anything to eat, there is a freshly baked chocolate cake on the table in the kitchen and plenty of food in the refrigerator. 7. While Shirley was in Tacy's department store at the mall, she ran into Evan and Lea in the furniture department. 8. While Dave was at the top of the Eiffel Tower, he could see several tourist boats on the Seine, the river that runs through Paris. 9. I stood in line for thirty minutes at the ticket window in the movie theater to get tickets for the film. 10. Mike was sitting at his desk in his office at work when Bill called; Bill was in Asia on business. Ermo Altmäe 011PK Direction Prepositions Multiple Choice Exercise Correct! Well done. Your score is 5%. 1. Donna went into the store, but I don't think she found what she was looking for because she came back out almost immediately. 2

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Halloweeni jutt

and up the long sidewalk. The old stairs creaked as they climbed onto the porch. Lying on the floor of the porch they saw a broken flower pot. "That's what made the loud crash we heard," Ben said. "See? There's nothing scary here." "Yeah," John said, "Go ahead, Ben." Just then Ben and John saw a large, strange shadow behind the wavy glass in the front door. Suddenly, the shadow started moving towards them! Before they could knock or even think, the door flew open! A large pumpkin stood before them! Ben and John shouted and jumped back with a start! John turned to run away. "Wait! Happy Halloween vampire and zombie!" the large pumpkin said, laughing. "Great costumes! Don't you two want some candy?" John said, "Hey, I remember that voice! I know who you are! You're aunt Mary!" Aunt Mary said, smiling: "That's right, and you're John

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Snowboarding

on a snowboard attached to a rider's feet using a special boot set on to mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the U.S.A Winter Olympic Sport in 1998. HISTORY Modern snowboarding began in 1965 when Sherman Poppen, an engineer in Muskegon, Michigan, invented a toy for his daughter by fastening two skis together and attaching a rope to one end so she would have some control as she stood on the board and glided downhill. GEAR Klõpsake juhtslaidi teksti laadide redigeerimiseks Teine tase Kolmas tase Neljas tase Viies tase · Snowboard ·

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London - inglise keeles kokkuvõte

It was between two branches of the Royal house ­ York and Lancaster. It was ended by Henry Tudor in 1485. (lancaster) Henry Tudor started with a great act of piety: The building of a beautiful fan roofed chapel in Westminster Abbey. It was completed by his son. His son Henry the VIII made the crown the spiritual head of nation. A huge amount of property which had previously been owned by Roman Catholic Church was sold or given away and the houses stood empty. The Elizabethan period is often considered to be the golden age. Elizabeth was succeeded by her closest relative James VI of Scotland. The unhappy Stuart Dynasty witnessed the Civil war and the execution of Charles I. In 1660 the throne was taken by Charles II. Unfortunately in 1665 the great Plague was responsible for the deaths of 100,000 Londoners and in 1666 The Great Fire destroyed amost 400 acres. The fire raged for three days and burned down many churches, St

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The Broken Rainbow, inglise keele omalooming, vigade parandus

but something was different. They had tales. I couldn’t understand whether they were humans or animals. I was really scared. Suddenly they shot my friend. I was shocked and I couldn’t believe my eyes. People ran away screaming, some even fainted. I was upset and didn’t know what to do. I closed my eyes for a second. Tears fell down on my face and I asked myself: „Did I really just see, how my best friend died?“ I knew that I had to take myself together. I opened my eyes, stood up and took a guy which was laying in front of me. It was very wet because of the heavy rain. I tried to kill the monster that killed my friend but I couldn’t – the gun didn’t work. The monster got angry now and he wanted to kill me. I started to run. I felt how my legs started to get heavier and heavier. I got slower and slower. I was really frightened and I was shaking all over my body. Cold sweat covered my body. I layed on the ground again and closed my eyes. I knew that I will die.

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Sellel veebilehel kasutatakse küpsiseid. Kasutamist jätkates nõustute küpsiste ja veebilehe üldtingimustega Nõustun