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I’m writing to tell you about what happened to me last week while I 1) ___ my aunt who lives by sea (visit). One afternoon I 2) ___ her dog for a walk by the cliffs when I 3) ___ a girl who 4) ___ a tree by the edge of the cliff (take) / (notice) / (climb). As she 5) ___ there, the branch suddenly 6) ___ and the girl 7) ___ over the edge (hang) / (break) / (fall). I 8) ___ to the edge, but although the girl 9) ___ for help, I 10) ___ see her (run) / (shout) / (not / be able to). I 11) ___ about what to do when a man 12) ___ the cliff path (think) / (come along). I 13) ___ what had happened and while he 14) ___ for help I 15) ___ to the girl (explain) / (go) / (talk) . Well, everything 16) ___ happily (end). The girl was rescued and her parents17) ___ me by giving me a large bunch of flowers (thank). The story 18) ___ in the newspaper too (be)! That’s all my news – write and tell me yours soon.
With love, Lucy.
Once upon a time a city mouse visited tо his cousin in the country. The country mouse shared his simple but wholesome food.
they left the blossoming green country-side to the busy, yes, even frightening city. The noise, the traffic, the hurrying, bustling crowds jostling each other was almost too much for the simple country mouse.
The house was elegant…
Hungry from long journey, the city mouse and the country mouse began their feast, tasting one mouth-watering bit of food after another.
Suddenly a heavy door slammed, loud footsteps of big boots were heard – the threatening deep purr of an angry cat chilled the air.
«What was that?» the country mouse stuttered.
«Oh, that is the master with his big cat.»
«Good-by, cousin,» the country mouse squealed as he leaped through the hole in the pantry wall. «I’m going backto the meadow in the country. I prefer to live with the woods, the tall mountains and the fresh gurgling streams rather than in your exciting city.»
ssport? B. a) Here you are. b) One moment. I'll just look it up. c) Nо, Thank you I'm just looking
1.The Americans say that in the USA the buildings are taller, the cigars arelonger, the cars are bigger and the girls are prettier than anywhere in the world.2.If you make half-hour breaks while getting ready for your exams your brain willwork much more efficiently.3.The sooner you take your medicine the better you will feel.4.This room is not so comfortable as that one on the first floor.
suburbs: clean air and an abundance of foliage are enough (1) ... . But services such as municipal water and sewage disposal are often a rarity in very rural areas. In city areas, it is fairly easy to access transportation with city bus systems and taxis. The opposite is the case in rural areas: (2) ... . With greater distances between houses, even getting groceries can be a difficulty. So if a person loses his / her driver's license or vehicle for some reason, it's a real hardship in a rural area. It has been said that village life encourages a greater sense of community and gives some perspective on what is important. When a family faces a hardship, (3) ... .If there is a death in the family, members of the community are right there with condolences. If someone falls ill, the community pulls together to raise money for the family. The reactions to these kinds of situations are much different in urban areas. Many city-dwellers don't know their neighbours beyond a "hello" as they pass each other in the hall. Some don't even say that much. Perhaps they feel they don't need their neighbours, (4) ... . People in rural areas organise more events together than urbanites do. From church dinners to local fairs, to the community's summer barbecue, most people have their fingers in the pie, in one way or another. It is these types of events that (5) ... .In urban areas, special events are often competing against each other, since there are often many happening at the same time. Many people who attend these urban events haven't got any particular sense of pride for them, (6) ... . While one could argue that city life is more exciting and at times more convenient, it's not necessarily better than country life. a) as they are just spectators of the event, not coordinators. b) without your own transportation, it is difficult to get around. c) the way people in the rural areas have come to depend on theirs. d) to convince many city-dwellers that country living is for them. e) help to bring a community together, because those who attend can claim ownership of the event. f) often those in a rural community are quick to help wherever they can.
each are carefully balanced by the powers of the other two. Each branch serves as a check on the others. This is to keep any branch from gaining too much power or from misusing its powers. The chart 20 below illustrates how the equal branches of government are connected and how each is dependent on the other two. Congress has the power to make laws, but the President may veto any act of Congress. Congress, in its turn, can override a veto by a two-thirds vote in each house. Congress can also refuse to provide funds requested by the President. The President can appoint important officials of his administration, but they must be approved by the Senate. The President also has the power to name all federal judges; they, too, must be approved by the Senate. The courts have the power to determine the constitutionality of all acts of Congress and of presidential actions, and to strike down those they find unconstitutional. The system of checks and balances makes compromise and consensus necessary. Compromise is also a vital aspect of other levels of government in the United States. This system protects against extremes. It means, for example, that new presidents cannot radically change governmental policies just as they wish. In the U.S., therefore, when people think of "the government," they usually mean the entire system, that is, the Executive Branch and the President, Congress, and the courts. In fact and in practice, therefore, the President (i.e. "the Administration") is not as powerful as many people outside the U.S. seem to think he is. In comparison with other leaders in systems where the majority party forms "the government," he is much less so.
now and then of tragedies; but in life it doth much mischief; sometimes like a siren, sometimes like a fury. You may observe that amongst all the great and worthy persons (whereof the memory remaineth, either ancient or recent) there is not one that hath been transported to the mad degree of love: which shows that great spirits and great business do keep out this weak passion. You must except nevertheless Marcus Antonius, the half partner of the empire of Rome, and Appius Claudius, the decemvir and lawgiver; whereof the former was indeed a voluptuous man, and inordinate; but the latter was an austere and wise man: and therefore it seems (though rarely) that love can find entrance not only into an open heart, but also into a heart well fortified, if watch be not well kept. It is a poor saying of Epicurus, Satis magnum alter alteri theatrum sumus [Each is to another a theatre large enough]; as if man, made for the contemplation of heaven and all noble objects, should do nothing but kneel before a little idol, and make himself a subject, though not of the mouth (as beasts are), yet of the eye; which was given him for higher purposes. It is a strange thing to note the excess of this passion, and how it braves the nature and value of things, by this; that the speaking in a perpetual hyperbole is comely in nothing but in love. Neither is it merely in the phrase; for whereas it hath been well said that the arch-flatterer, with whom all the petty flatterers have intelligence, is a man’s self; certainly the lover is more. For there was never proud man thought so absurdly well of himself as the lover doth of the person loved; and therefore it was well said, That it is impossible to love and to be wise. Neither doth this weakness appear to others only, and not to the party loved; but to the loved most of all, except the love be reciproque. 1 For it is a true rule, that love is ever rewarded either with the reciproque or with an inward and secret contempt. By how much the more men ought to beware of this passion, which loseth not only other things, but itself! As for the other losses, the poet’s relation doth well figure them: that he that preferred Helena quitted the gifts of Juno and Pallas. For whosoever esteemeth too much of amorous affection quitteth both riches and wisdom. This passion hath his floods in very times of weakness; which are great prosperity and great adversity; though this latter hath been less observed: both which times kindle love, and make it more fervent, and therefore show it to be the child of folly. They do best, who if they cannot but admit love, yet make it keep quarter 2; and sever it wholly from their serious affairs and actions of life; for if it check 3 once with business, it troubleth men’s fortunes, and maketh men that they can no ways e true to their own ends. I know not how, but martial men are given to love: I think it is but as they are given to wine; for perils commonly ask to be paid in pleasures. There is in man’s nature a secret inclination and motion towards love of others, which if it be not spent upon some one or a few, doth naturally spread itself towards many, and maketh men become humane and charitable; as it is seen sometime in friars. Nuptial love maketh mankind; friendly love perfecteth it; but wanton love corrupteth and embaseth it.
them? I’m thinking _______ B not old enough to drive a car 3. Phil’s looking______ CI’m going to buy the new Racetrack CD.
D of getting Dad a CD for his birthday.
as a way of expression. However, other people say they have created to for them to notice. Others think that it is a protest against the parents.
In my opinion, the main reason of joining the group is the ability to show your solidarity with like-minded friends.
Different subcultures have their own beliefs, values, fashion and favourite music. For example, hippies of the 1970s wore unusual clothes and had long hair. Furthermore, defending his point of view, the hippies do not resort to violence. By their nature they are peaceful and try to live in harmony with nature.
unfortunately, not all groups are peaceful. Sadly, some of them are prepared to physically hurt people in an attempt to get their message across. For example, punks are opposed to the values and norms in the society. They express this in loud and violent music, strange clothing and hair of unusual colours.