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|№ 21274, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
nado review, na temu ljuboj knigi ili filjma
|Review of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland tells the story of Alice, a young girl who follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole. At the bottom, she finds herself in a room with a tiny door and a bottle labeled "drink me." She grows and shrinks depending on what she eats and drinks, and as a small version of herself, finds herself swimming in a pool of tears. Swimming to shore, Alice and some other creatures decide that "'the best thing to get us dry would be a Caucus-race'". Alice continues to chase the White Rabbit and the White Rabbit sends her into his house for his fan and gloves. Once in the house, Alice gets into more trouble with an unlabeled bottle, quickly growing too big to move. The White Rabbit and Bill the Lizard try to get her out, and Alice only escapes by eating some small cakes. She runs into the woods and meets a hookah-smoking Caterpillar, who gives her some advice on ways to grow bigger and smaller. Next, she stops at the house of the Duchess with a pig for a baby; the pig escapes, and Alice asks the Cheshire Cat for help. Directed on to the March Hare's house, Alice takes part in the Mad Tea Party, perhaps the most famous scene in the book. Alice moves on to the Queen's croquet ground, where she encounters the Queen of Hearts and tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a hedgehog. Next, Alice encounters a Mock Turtle and a Gryphon, who tell her the story of the lobster quadrille. The book closes with a trial on the case of the stolen tarts, as the Queen accuses the Knave of Hearts. Alice is accused also, and she scatters the attacking cards, only to find herself awake on the river bank where the book began.
|№ 21850, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
1)my favourite music.2)my favourite movie.2 so4inenija,nuzno otkritj temu
|You would be surprised how many people judge and descrimenate Marshall Mathers *Eminem*. He has been protested against and hated on throughout the most important years of his life- the years that he will remember for the rest of his life. Marshall was born in Detroit Michigan, 1974 and lived there for most of his childhood. He moved once to Kansas but moved back soon after, into a black neighborhood where he did the rest of his growing. Marshall was the source of so many fights when he was in school, and he often got hurt- he was once hit so badly that he was knocked out and unconcous. He was put in a hospital for five days untill they thought he was well enough to leave.|
It wasn't till 1990 when Marshall started rap at a place called the Hip Hop Shop where he would preform for an audience doing rap battles. For those of you who think Eminem was a crack addict or drug dealer, you're so totally and completly wrong. On October 25 1995 Eminem and his girlfriend Kim Scott, gave birth to their new baby girl, Halie- Aside from the embarrasing parts of the story which I won't say, he wasn't able to support his family for some private reasons and was found un-employed and not doing well with rap... so he attempted a new album "Slim Shady EP" as his last hope to make it.
THE ALBUM WAS A HIT! His new CD sold more that 1.76 million copies in the first week. The now rich and famouse Eminem is now one of America's biggest rappers and he has finally gotten what he had worked so hard on. Good for you Slim! He loves his daughter so much and even made a song for her...*Halie's Song*- My favorite song,the best song in the world! And now I'm ending this essay with this- I hope you've learned a lot from this touching story and realized that Eminem might have written some songs that you don't agree with, but the way he sings is his fellings and his opinion...and I'm saying this in the nicest possible way- for those of you who have a problem with him, can just stick it up your asses. Thax and Byebye!
|My Favorite Music|
The wonderful group from Liverpool - John, Paul, George and Ringo - the Beatles, is in my opinion one of the best things that have happened in music in the twentieth century. They have written and performed great songs of many different generes in about a decade of their existance. After the group has broken up, its members, most noticably John Lennon, have continued writing and singing wonderful songs.
I can't really say which of the Beatles songs I like the best. I like the quiet songs (like "The Fool on the Hill", and "Julia"), the louder songs (like "Happiness is a Warm Gun"), the famous songs (like "When I'm 64"), and even many of the earlier songs (like "If I Fell"). Since I have on CD all the 15 Beatles albums, I can safely say that each and every one of them is worth having.
I really love to listen to classical music, from the Baroque and earier, to twentieth century orchestral music like Mahler's. I have a large collection of classical CDs, to which I usually listen at least an hour a day. My collection includes pieces by over 80 composers, and I really like many of them. However, my personal favorite composer is probably Ludwig van Beethoven (whose picture you can see on the right), who has written countless beautiful pieces. Some of the other composers I like are Dvorak, Tchaikowski, and Schubert, but as I said there are many other very good composers. Besides being beautiful, relaxing, and complex, the best thing about classical music is that I can listen to the same piece over and over, enjoying it more instead of getting tried of it.
My favourite movie
There are so many ways that we can judge what makes a movie "great": the acting, the direction, the script, the importance or significance of the movie, how many awards it's won . . .
My personal definition of a great movie is one that I love to watch over and over again without getting tired of. Therefore, this list of my favourite movies is not meant to represent anyone but myself. You can agree or disagree. Here are my favourites, along with a little bit about why I love them so much. Also note that this list is continually evolving. So here they are, in no particular order:
My favourite movie is Gone With the Wind (Unesennije vetrom)
This has everything: love, war, the passing of a gentile era, chivalry, passion, loyalty, betrayal, I could go on & on. My favorite since age 12. Never goes out of style, a classic–memorable lines, unforgettable characters, suspense, drama, gayety. The world needs Rhett and Scarlett in every generation!
Gone with the Wind is a sprawling mosaic of a picture, one of the best-loved and most successful in movie history, but also one of the most frustrating. Wonderfully epic in scope, the decline and fall of the antebellum South as seen through the eyes of feisty, independent and wilful heroine Scarlett O'Hara makes the first half of the picture an absolutely riveting spectacle. From the aristocratic old world of Tara to the horrors of Atlanta under siege, Gone with the Wind features any number of indelible scenes and images: the genteel girls taking an enforced siesta during the Twelve Oaks barbecue, a horrified Scarlett walking through the wounded, the flight from burning Atlanta, and Scarlett's moving pledge against a burnished sunset set to Max Steiner's glorious music score. But the second half shifts gear, the melodramatic quotient is upped yet further as tragedy piles upon tragedy, and despite its unwieldy length everything feels rushed. Add to that the central problem that the audience never really understands, why Scarlett could ever fall for weak-chinned Ashley in the first place, and the picture begins to unravel unsatisfactorily. Behind the scenes problems doubtless contributed, with directors coming and going, Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable apparently barely able to stand the sight of each other, and producer David O Selznick's endless rewrites and interference. Nonetheless, this 1939 box-office smash remains one of Hollywood's finest achievements, an irresistible spectacle chock-full of the finest stars in the filmic firmament striking sparks off one another. They really don't make 'em like this anymore.
|№ 22329, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
Napiwite pozalujsta neboljwoj rasskaz + i - ekzamenov. Kto mozet
|exams- is a steres but + is a good organisasion.|
|№ 22641, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
Надо написать автобиографию на английском языке, объем 1 А4, 12-14 шрифт.
I was born in January of 1960 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. I was adopted at birth by Charles and Mary Galvin (I was named for my father and my youngest sister is named for my mother). We lived in a suburban neighorhood in the town of Chamblee, which has now been surrounded by development. My parents adopted three more children (all girls!) before my father’s job sent my family to the San Francisco Bay Area in June of 1967.
Продолжение см. в файле.
v faile tebe paru avtobiografij i tut eshe posmotri:
|№ 22658, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
Think of the 2 major cities, discuss the similarities and differences between the cities and the people who live there..
|Ja sravnila Moskvu i Rigu, no ti mozesh podstavitj drugie goroda esli ne podhodit|
|№ 22710, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
letter of application.
here are some tips on writing a letter of application.
*Make sure that you include all the relevant information that is asked for.
*Use an appropriate style(formal or semiformal).
|№ 22792, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
write a letter of application to the Oxford Academy
|№ 22884, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
laudis paliidziet luudzu.... iisu aprakstu par tematu ''cik svariigi ir nodot maajas darbus laiciigi'' veelams liidz 22 .... jau iepriksh paldies.....
|Why it is important?|
Your future is dependent on education.and if you will not give you assignement in the time.you will get less notes.and not only bcz of thats.You teacher wil be angry.It will not make you proud.You have to show your self from the good side.Do your homeworks as soon as you can.
|tur dazi vardi ir krieviski ... nezinu ka partulkot....|
|Domrakstu skatiit pielikumaa :) ceru ka palidzeju :)|
|№ 23359, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
Palīdziet lūdzu kāds uzraxtiit Publisko runu (Public speach)!! Buusu loti pateiciigs!!! :)
All the world is a stage!
When watching action films everything happens so easy: the main hero succeed, survives and leads his life to happy ending, the bad heros dies, changes into good ones or gets their bitters. And then there are few not so important persons who just get lost somewhere and nobody cares. If we believe in the opinion that all the world is a stage nothing is simple anymore. why? we all feel ourselves as main good heros. Everyone of us. Somehow we even believe that others around as are the public nonstop watching us and it makes us nervous.
|№ 23501, Angļu valoda, 12 klase|
написать письмо в компанию которая прислала некачествинный словарь, жалоба
The new day I go to your companies shop for the dictionary, which I need for my doctor job. But unfortunately there was not any dictionary that I need, but shop assistant promised that you will send it to me by post after 2 days. I agreed and today I have received one. And I discovered that dictionary has a lot of errors. First of all the pages are dirty-it seems that somebody had used it, and I can not see the words, which I need to read. The 2-nd – the dictionary is not original, it is some kind of falsification, because the author names has different letter in his name and I can not find facts that I need and I know 100% that they should be there.
So please send me a new dictionary, or pay back my money.
|I WAS HOPING FOR a better dictionary than this there arent meny words in there there are some bad ezplenations so i would be happy for my mony back and u will get your dictionary back too.|