• Josh Olsen
    Aung San Suu Kyi’s Speech One of my favourite dicta is that people should not be categorized as good or evil, wise or stupid. It would be much more sensible to divide them simply into learners and non-learners. In between the two extremes would be a broad spectrum graded on the degree to which in...
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  • Ten Most Effective Ways to Improve Your English
    advantages. If there is less text on the page due to all the speech marks etc, this can make it easier to read and easier to write translations on. Dialogue is also much easier to understand than descriptive parts of a book, and is much more like the language you will want to learn in order to be...
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  • Dt Wok
    , so in a way moon stars helped me with my speech. My little sister has many toys but her favourite is the ‘My First PC Tutor’ she always loves playing on it and singing along with the songs, but there is one fault with it and that is the fact she can’t open it herself. It is a very stiff button...
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  • The Secret to Teen Power
    ask for the thing you want. The author, putting it in a figure of speech, says that it’s like changing the channel on the TV or radio, for your favourite channel, but only that the remote control is your thought – the energy you sent out by you thought. The belief, or ‘vibe’, as the author calls it...
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  • Chairperson
    reading. Of Wilson’s work the book ‘Cookie’ is her favourite. The character Zoe sees herself most like is Garnet from the book ‘Double Act’ as she shares the same thirst for literature. Rotarians, ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce our main speaker, Zoe Holland. Thank you, Zoe...
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  • tourism
    . “ Because of Mille sake, I was able to come back to the school for a few more days, this was perfect because I was not going to miss this chance of getting to know her. But in the back of my mind I thought of the speech impediment of how limited. Goes home to see his mate. As a he walks in...
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  • The future is here. How will the iPad and other digital devices change my learning experience?
    am told that my parents kept their reference books near their desks for convenience. However, I keep only one tablet, in my pocket. As a matter of fact, the most favourite part of these digital devices is the countless ‘app’. ‘App’ is a software designed to assist user in performing specific...
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  • yoyoyo
    principal about the school canteen 3 Marks 2005 INFORMAL LETTER – letter to friend to share experience 3 Marks 2006 INFORMAL LETTER – letter to friend asking for advice 3 Marks 2007 SPEECH – to promote a book 3 Marks 2008 ARTICLE – for school magazine (best leader at camp) 3 Marks 2009 REPORT...
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  • Simple Gift Esssay
    are spoken • slang: words which are fashionable within a small group for a short period of time • literary allusion: makingreference to other well known books, films, etc • first person: using the pronouns I, me, my, us, we • comparatives and superlatives: adjectives for comparing...
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  • The Person I Admire Most
    without a murmur, nursing us whenever there is a need for it. Her personal possessions are few of her scheme of things our interest take priority. There is also no gap separating us from my mother and we do not create that artificial barrier called te generation gap. To my mother I am an open book and...
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  • hodaw
    dolls or the new bike I had got for Christmas (without stabilizers). Other films came along shortly after such as ‘An American Tale’ - a favourite in my household. It informed me that “there are no cats in America and the streets are filled with cheese!”. Around this time, Toy Story entered my life...
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  • Reading Short Stories to Improve Your English
    , printing, compact discs and other multimedia publishing. My favourite event at the Hong Kong Book Fair is the talks given by three different authors on what makes a good short story. Also, there are book exhibition and sale organized by different publishers, and the most meaningful event is...
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  • essay
    and write about it. Character sketch of Robinson Crusoe My favourite character(from the book) Summary of the book . 2. Project Work (P.P.T) ROLL NO. 1 TO 25 (Power Point Presentation) Topic – The concept of funfilled vacations has changed Introduction Concept of vacation in past Concept...
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  • Aslan's Speech
    his last work of imaginative fiction, Till We Have Faces, which he thought "much my best book," his "favourite of all my books," and "far and away the best I have written" (Hooper 243). Doris Myers shows how the narrative voice of the central character, Orual, is purposefully constructed. Orual uses...
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  • Mknjkl,
    | Read the interview between Nadia, the reporter, and Rafidah, a scriptwriter and answer the questions that follow. Nadia: Thank you for agreeing to talk about your reading habits. Could you tell us what your favourite book is and why? Rafidah: Sure but it's difficult...
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  • Hello
    Good evening. My name is Rushali and today I will be talking to you about my favourite author, Roald Dahl! I will be talking about; what type of books the author wrote, and basically represent to you his early life! Well, it'd all started when Roald Dahl was first born on 1916 in Villa Marie...
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  • Why Was the Work of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein Immediately Popular in the 1960's?
    blazed through the sky..." like the painting “WHAAAM!” many of Roy lichtensteins works were hard-edged with commercial techniques and he used flat and new colours which were used to portray culturally-popular ‘pop’ images. Another one of my favourite pieces is ‘Girl with ribbon’ I find it portrays a...
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  • English Glossary of Terms
    syllables. Example: I must confess that in my quest I felt depressed and restless. Anecdote: An account regarded as unreliable or hearsay. Example: High school students go around the classroom telling their favourite memories from elementary school. Simile: A figure of speech involving the...
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  • Procrastination
    down reading your favourite book. Parents seem to have the worst timing when it comes to interrupting a reading session. That's when you have to pull out the stops. "just a minute" "In a sec" "Ill be down in a moment"- Easy. In my household you can finish the chapter and still get downstairs for...
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  • Personal Context Reception
    , because, I have been introduced to Philosophy at secondary school, and it was my favourite subject, I loved reading that book when making summaries to study, and the exams were easy for me, and I got good marks,too.Internet’s arrival at home had stamped definitely stamped my habit for reading I had when...
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