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THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS I we you you he they she they it they THE INTEROGATIVE PRONOUN N. who G. whos D. who(m)... to? = to whom ex. Who(m) do you give this book to? = To whom do you give this book to Who(m) are you reffering to ? = To whom are you reffering? Who(m) does this book belong to? = To whom does...
England is the largest political and geographic division of the United Kingdom which also includes Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. About four-fifths of the UK's population lives in England. Since the end of World War II, there has been large-scale immigration, with people arriving from the UK's former territories in...
Romania has many beautiful festivals and traditions. People have festivals for each season. Here are some festivals that Romanians celebrate in Spring: -The Paparuda "Rain Caller" is the ritual celebrated in Spring on a date that varies from place to place. An old magical dance invoking rain, this customs survived to the...
Olympic Games, international sports competition, held every four years at a different site, in which athletes from different nations compete against each other in a variety of sports. There are two types of Olympics, the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics. Through 1992 they were held in the same year, but beginning in...
Nile, longest river in the world, located in northeastern Africa. From its principal source, Lake Victoria, in east central Africa, the Nile flows north through Uganda, Sudan, and Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea, a distance of 5584 km (3470 mi). From its remotest headstream in Burundi, the river is 6,695 km (4,160 mi) long....
Called Luna by the Romans, Selene and Artemis by the Greeks, and many other names in other mythologies. The Moon, of course, has been known since prehistoric times. It is the second brightest object in the sky after the Sun . As the Moon orbits around the Earth once per month, the angle between the Earth, the Moon and the...
The Giant Salamanders, the largest living amphibians, belong to family Cryptobranchoidea (interesting name, isn't it?). In spite of this giant salamanders are significantly less known by the large public than their analogous in reptiles' world, the Komodo Dragons. The family Cryptobranchoide has two genus with one...
The First American Thanksgiving is attributed to the autumnal feast held by the Pilgrims and Massasoit in 1621. The Mayflower passengers, having survived a rather challenging winter in the "New World" and having managed to harvest their surviving crops, hosted a feast which was an English tradition that signaled the end of...
The territory now part of the United States has been inhabited for from 15,000 to 40,000 years, as attested by local evidence. The aboriginal peoples, ancestral to today's American Indians, left no firm monuments on the scale of contemporaneous cultures elsewhere, but both the pueblos of the Southwest and the great mounds of...
We all think we know the world we are living in Jet, we all know in through our own culture's eyes, and it is a known thing that culture is strongly influenced by religion. And one of the oldest religions of this world is the Hindu religion. In Hinduism, everything begins, ends and it is included in ohm " which is a sign...
The Great Schism is one of the most important events in the history of the Church, and lead to the split between Eastern and Western Christianity. Its causes are not simple, as some historians have stated. To understand these causes we have to go back in time, many centuries before its completion. First of all we should...
While The Great Gatsby is a highly specific portrait of American society during the Roaring Twenties, its story is also one that has been told hundreds of times, and is perhaps as old as America itself: a man claws his way from rags to riches, only to find that his wealth cannot afford him the privileges enjoyed by those born...
Sometimes referred to as the tropical rainforests of the seas, coral reef ecosystems are highly diverse, productive aquatic marine communities. Coral reefs are biogenic deposits formed by coral, marine invertebrates belonging to the phylum Cnidaria and class Anthozoa. Coral are sensible animals living primarily in colonies of...
With these words, Caesar begins the Bellum Gallicum, his own account of the Gallic Wars. The books of this unique work, which were written at the end of each year, were sent to the Senate in Rome, probably as supplements to an eventual application for a Triumph. The excuse for the war was the supposed crossing of the Helvetii...
Europe made up more than 30 countries and even more distinct cultures; it is now trying to adjust to new economic systems throughout the world.In this essay I shall attempt to show you firstly the purpose behind the European Union / advantages to have a united Europe to the people of Europe, secondly Spain's accession to the...
Another major form of energy is nuclear energy, the energy that is trapped inside each atom. One of the laws of the universe is that matter and energy can't be created nor destroyed. But they can be changed in form. Matter can be changed into energy. The famous scientist Albert Einstein created the mathematical formula that...
The novel begins with the handsome young sailor Edmond Dantes. He has just returned from a journey aboard the Pharaon. The Pharaon's shipowner, M. Morrel, rushes out to meet the ship. He finds that the captain has died en route, and Dantes has assumed the post with admirable skill. He thus plans to make Dantes officially the...
Following the withdrawal of the Roman legions to Gaul (modern France) around 400, the British Isles fell into a very dark period of several centuries from which almost no written records survive. The Roman-British culture that had existed under 400 years of Roman rule disappeared under relentless invasion and migration by...
The British Isles consists of two islands: Great Britain and Ireland. Great Britain is formed of three formely separate countries: Scotland, England and Wales.Ireland consists of Northern Ireland (the northern part that belongs to the kingdom) and The Republic of Ireland (that is a free country). The full name of the...
The Beatles were an extremely popular and influential group in Rock n' Roll. My question is, "Why?" What drew thousands upon thousands of screaming fans to these four British musicians? Was it something in the sound of the instruments? Could it have been the bass beat, or maybe the guitar playing? What about their lyrics?...
I. Types of adjectives: 1.Adjective proper: good,blue,alive. Noun converted into an adjective because placed before another noun: (a five-) room (house), (a ten-) year (old boy).Verb in the 3rd form,used as an adjective: (a) worried (man), (his) bored (air), (her) confused (mind).Compound adjective: goog-looking,...
The Renaissance is usualy defined as the rebirth of painting and literature inspired by classical models,especially those of ancient Greece.The Renaissance lasted from the fifteenth to the sixteenth century and its centre was Italy.The great artists of the period, who Include...
The greatest representative of the late Victorian literature, Thomas Hardy, was among the novelists who marked the transition to XXth century English and American fiction. He wrote many novels such as: "Far from the Madding Crowd", "Jude the Obscure", The Mayor of Casterbridge", etc. Tess of the D'Urbervilles" is regarded...
Tennis, game played with a racket and a ball by two (as in singles) or four (as in doubles) competitors, on a rectangular court with a net strung between the midpoints of the longer sides of the court. Tennis may be played indoors or outdoors. The game ranks as one of the most popular spectator and participation sports in the...
Every teen-ager no matter the color of his skin, his beliefs or his origins is sometimes confused about his life. Some of the youngsters don't have someone to talk to or don't feel comfortable talking to their parents and relatives about their problems and doubts. One of the solutions that teen-agers find is escaping from...
Nr. Infinitiv Trecut Participiu Teaducere 1 to abide abode abode a locui ,a sta ,a persista 2 to arise arose arisen a se ridica 3 to awake awoke awoke a se trezi 4 to be was,were been a fi 5 to bear bore born a se naste 6 to beat beat beaten a bate...
Sydney is situated in southeastern Australia, located on the southern shore of Port Jackson (an arm of the Pacific Ocean). Sydney is Australia's oldest and largest city and is a major economic, cultural, and administrative center. It has warm summers and mild winters. Mean temperatures range from 12.6° to 21° C (55° to 70°...
SWEET FOURTEEN In my opinion is a very difficult to speak about this age, as every person thinks differently about this topic. I think that you, as a teacher, gave us this title "Sweet fourteen " for various reasons. When I saw this title I asked myself : "Why sweet?" and I began to imagine the answers: problably...
Ssu-ma Ch'ien gives the following biography of Sun Tzu: Sun Tzu Wu (=Sun Tzu) was a native of the Ch'i State. His ART OF WAR brought him to the notice of Ho Lu,  King of Wu. Ho Lu said to him: "I have carefully perused your 13 chapters. May I submit your theory of managing soldiers to a slight test?" Sun Tzu replied: "You...
First Voyage (Liliput). Gulliver, ship's doctor on the Anteope in shipwreked near Van Diemend's Land (Tasmania) but mananges to make shore, where he falls unconcious. Upon awakening, he finds himself a captive of humans only six inches tall (possibly derived from Philostrautus's account of the pygmies capturing the sleeping...