• Hdbdfgsd
    |tomorrow, forget, get, card, | | | | |chocolate, toy | | | | |would, love |...
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  • Toys for a Big Boys
    were meeting after 10 years. Ronit was just back from school but his ears pricked up when he heard his mother say in that goofy tone, “You know what my Ronit used to do as a baby? He used to think everything and everyone was a part of the Subramanian family. So he would call the refrigerator ‘frig Subramanian...
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  • Fream
    My dream home is on the coast of beach in California, a beautiful mansion 5 acers of land with 8 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms and a mini beach. The giant steel gates open to reveal the building in the distance.The grounds are huge, in a beautifully designed landscape. Pebbled paths lined with bushes of spring...
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  • Weekly Journal
    peoples, and I love this activity. Sometimes, I go there and bring my camera. I can increase my ability in photography, I can also meet new peoples, sometimes I also make some conversation with the foreigners. Airport being my favourite place. I also love beach. I love the romantic parts of this place...
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  • English Excessive
    in the evening. 1. ______________ is your favourite star? My favourite star is Jacky Chan. 2. ______________ is your favourite TV programme? My favourite TV programme is ‘Funny Bunny’. 3. ______________ is your hobby? My hobby is swimming. 4. ______________ do you want to...
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  • The Brother That Never Was
    the sound of two toy cars hitting together, followed by a vroom vroom sound. Even just to see a miniature version of myself standing right in front of me would make my life so much more interesting and very hectic as well. I often wonder what it would be like just to feel sad when my little brother is...
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  • exercise
    I am not sure. Alan : ___________________ do you like your school? Helen: I like my school very much. I hope I can still study there in Form One. Alan : ___________________is your favourite teacher? Helen: I like my English teacher, Mr Lee, the best. He is very nice to us. D. Fill in the blanks...
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  • Cache Level 3 Communication, Language and Literacy Development
    sentences and instruction in rhymes such as “clap hands”. * Are able to learn new words quickly and use them when the matter interests them, such as car, lorry, cow etc. * Likes to look at pictures in books and can point out and say some words in relation to the picture and can point out things when...
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  • Our Day Out
    Our Day Out I wanted to take myself and my family out for the day so decided to look on the internet to whom has the best deals West Midland Safari Park Adult Admission - £14.99 (16-64yrs) Child Admission - £12.99 (3-15yrs) Under 3's Admission - Free Senior Citizen Admission...
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  • Matilda
    and in a pose to try and make her look good. Finally her father, her father is a selfish low-life cheapskate. He works in a second-hand car shop and most of the cars are faulty. What Mr.Wormwood does is fixes the faults temporarily so whenever the buyer drives for 20 minutes the faults will appear again...
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  • Toy Critique
    I needed could be provided by her. I explain to my manager that I would like to make an activity based on the children’s imagination. I had been observing that the group was interested in cars and animals, so that made me think of building one car close the real size, with the help of the children...
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  • Dialogue
    Exercise A –‘Childhood’. SAIFUL: So Nazrin, what do you think of the movie that we’ve watched earlier? NAZRIN: Well if you want my honest opinion, the movie is totally boring and quite ridiculous. It seems that the movie genre, is not the kind of genre for an adult man like me. SAIFUL: Well, I’m...
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  • Describe a Sports Event That You Took Part in or Watched
    difficult the other may find rather easy. For me overcoming my glossophobia was a very difficult thing. I used to be very stage shy and could never speak in front of an audience. It so happened that once I participated in an environment fair held in my hometown. We were a team of four students – Mohit, Rohan...
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  • Management
    frames. Elliot began a business on the side where he was making dollhouse furniture out of the picture frame pieces. Elliot Handler recalled in 1967 "My bright young wife stated if I could make this furniture for the house, why not make some for sale?" And so the Handler furniture business started. As...
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  • Childcare
    play.I use schemas as part of my planning. By identifying and focusing on children’s learning patterns I am able to plan activities and provide resources that build on their interests and take their learning forward. Again! Again! by Sally Featherstone is one of my favourite books and has been used to create...
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  • jotnals
    of my assignment I was not sure what I should do to make difference, and because I am not the type of person who usually tries to make a difference, I am more the type of person who is quite and to myself. So I decide to start out with something that seemed small to me, I decided to clean up my street...
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  • Lego Proposal
    Eleanor Baxter Research Proposal (FAD 186) Introduction I am going to introduce my final major project as a Stop Motion animation working for the Brand Lego. I will be researching the company deeply using the statistics over the last few years to establish what is needed to improve sales...
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  • And the Winner Is...
    are you doing? Are you swinging on a swing set? Are you playing with a doll or toy car? If you asked me, I would tell you that I was most likely picking out new outfits for my favourite dolls or having a tea party with my teddy bears. Now imagine having to give that up for a spray tan appointment or...
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  • Target Marketing
    Children in middle-class India take important decisions in the home, thereby contributing majorly to household budget contours. From buying white goods and cars, to cell phones and grocery and even insurance policies, children under the age of 13 are deciding which brands their parents should or should not buy...
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  • Living the Disney Dream
    their lives? Or more importantly does Disney stereotype people, to children just to sell products and make money? I will be exploring these issues in my exploration of Disney as not only a powerful consumer brand but also a transmitter (and creator?) of cultural values. Stereotypes One way in which...
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