• The Enlightenment
    reactionaries who wanted to revitalize feudal estates and parliaments, and the honest liberals who idealized English constitutionalism with its principle of separation of powers, the basis of modern constitution-making. Every person whom put it their part to establish a changed course to become separate...
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  • Two Mediums
    modern age communication and its proficiency is essential. As English is directly linked with development of economy therefore for economic gains it is indispensable. He also stated that he was not talking about ‘English medium’ or ‘Urdu medium’ rather he was merely talking about learning of English...
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  • British Literature
    Roman poets Horace and Virgil during this era. Writers of the Augustan Age Joseph Addison Addison (1672-1719) was an English poet, essayist, dramatist, and member of Parliament. One of his well-known literary works was the poem "The Campaign." Sir Richard Steele Steele (1672-1729) was an essayist...
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  • Renaissance
    One thing that happened during the Renaissance that was of great importance for the later character of modern philosophy was the birth of modern science. Even as in the Middle Ages philosophy was often thought of as the "handmaiden of theology," modern philosophers have often thought of their...
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  • Writing
    understand and the students also felt bored. Because of this, the teachers used the Play-Way Method and the modern Communicative approach in teaching the English Grammar. The Play-Way Method makes the students enjoy to learn the various grammar more effectively and easily. This method such as games...
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  • Music
    /CLASSICAL and POP/FOLK] and [SACRED and SECULAR] Acappella (in the chapel) – voice only Imitation, Word Painting MIDDLE AGES (476 - 1450) ^ Hildegard of Bingen Gregorian Chant MONOPHONIC Perotin Organum v Machaut Ars Nova, Chanson RENAISSANCE (1450 - 1600) ^ Josquin Des Prez Motet POLYPHONIC G. P. Palestrina Mass Montiverdi Italian Madrigal v John Farmer English Madrigal...
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  • World Literature
    experience as well as the literary importance of the writers it considers. English literature as an integral part of the world cultural heritage English literature is an integral part of the world cultural heritage. The best traditions of English art have enriched the world literature. The masterpieces...
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  • Feudalism
    Ages and later to refer to a form of property holding. Use of the terms associated with feudum to denote the essential characteristics of the early Middle Ages has invested the fief with exaggerated prominence and placed undue emphasis on the importance of a special mode of land tenure to the...
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  • Philip Larkin's Images
    religion. The language of the poem at the beginning has no complex structures, the speaker simply lists the objects in a rather informal style. Larkin doubts whether religion and religious faith has the same importance in our modern world as it had in those days when the church was erected. Still, as the...
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  • My Life
    often prevail and aggressive pressure groups exercise influence without regard to reason, justice or community values. Common Law Needs To Be Supplemented By Legislation Legislation in a modern technological age is necessary and useful. The common law method, like all human creations, is imperfect...
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  • Histroy of English Language
    sounds. The History of English is divided into three ages. Old English, Middle English and Modern English. There are 26 letters and 44 sounds, in that there 6 pure vowels and 18 diphthongs and 20 consonants in English language. Compared to Tamil language English has less number of letters ,but...
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  • Cannon
    had to be armoured. In World War I, the majority of combat fatalities were caused by artillery; they were also used widely in World War II. Most modern cannon are similar to those used in the Second World War, although the importance of the larger calibre weapons has declined with the development of missiles. ...
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  • Foreign Languages
    from better language skills. In other countries, it is compulsory to learn a foreign language at a very young age but it is not encouraged in ours. Are we being forced to live in an ignorant was of life? Has the Government not realised that English is not the superior language? Countries such as...
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  • The Age of Reason to the Romantic Dawn
    prosperity and growth of this period, drawing a direct parallel to the affluent era of Latin literature during the reign of Augustus and in the process, claiming a similar Golden Age of English literature and arts. It was an "age of reason" in that it was an age that accepted clear, rational methods as...
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  • The Greek Way Chapter Summaries
    all civilizations to follow. Chapter 4 – The Greek Way of Writing The first thing to be recognized in the style of Greek literature is that it is as plain and direct as everything else they did. The simplicity and directness in writing seems bare to modern English readers. Modern English...
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  • Miss
    and Science. At ages 10-11 (year 6) children are required to take national tests and teacher assessments in English, Maths and Science. Key Stage 3- Ages 11-14- Teacher assessments Key stage 3 covers compulsory subjects, English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Modern Foreign Languages...
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  • Language Aquisition
    students majoring in English. 2) To realize who has developed better pronunciation due to the critical age hypothesis and to think of ways to provide extra learning opportunities out side the college by stressing the importance of native speaker pronunciation .Formally, the college must require speaking...
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  • The Medieval Period (middle English c. 350 – c. 1475)
    Welsh, Irish and English tradition and highlights the importance of honour and chivalry. It is an important poem in the romance genre, which typically involves a hero who goes on a quest that tests his prowess, and it remains popular to this day in modern English renderings from J. R. R. Tolkien...
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  • Tgyhju
    English has emerged as the global language of trade and commerce in the past few decades, affecting many key aspects of business in the modern world. The English language has become the standard for all important official communications in an increasingly large number of countries with a wide...
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  • Persons Contributed to Education
    pedagogue, a student of Pestalozzi who laid the foundation for modern education based on the recognition that children have unique needs and capabilities. He created the concept of the “kindergarten” and also coined the word now used in German and English. He also developed the educational toys known as...
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