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Debris flow impact assessment along the AlRaith Road, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, using remote sensing data and field investigations

Debris flow impact assessment along the AlRaith Road, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, using remote sensing data and field investigations

Jizan mountainous areas in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are suffering from a variety of slope failures. Most of these failures happen due to heavy rainfalls from time to time. These landslides include rock topples, rockslides, debris flow, and some combination of these which affected many roads, highways, and buildings. The AlRaith Road is one of these roads connecting Red Sea coast cities with Asir and AlHasher areas. The length of this road reaches about 45 km and it has been exposed to landslides during each heavy rain storm. One of these events happened in 24 August 2013, which caused huge debris flows that cut and damaged the road. The current research aims to evaluate the debris flow assessment along this highway using remote sensing data and field studies. According to the detailed analysis of geological and geomorphological maps, as well as field investigation, it is evident that the debris flow materials are mainly related to the different types of landslides. These landslides included rock topples which are frequently observed along the side walls of the channels (flexture which occur in foliated rocks and block which occurs in massive rocks), rock sliding (planner failures) where many rock joints and shear zones dip towards the channel, and rockfalls. Debris range in their size from up to 2 m in diameter to fine materials less than 2 mm. These materials can be easily moved with water causing a risk to vehicles, roads, and housing in the area. Field study indicated that these debris channels especially at the lower part have been reactivated several times in the past. Finally, suitable solutions have been suggested to these critical sites to minimize and6 or avoid the debris flow hazards in the future
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Topic 24: A narrow escape

TOPIC 24: A NARROW ESCAPE

A narrow escape Whenever my mind travels over the past events in my life, one incident stands out prominently to remind me of the narrow escape I once had from almost certain death.  In the rubber estates of west Malaysia there are hundreds of snakes of which the cobra is the most dangerous and venomous. This snake has a preference for cool places along the numerous streams found in the estates, where it relaxes, especially in the afternoon. Those who catch fish from these streams have, therefore, to be on the look-out for cobras. All this I did not know until I came face to face with a cobra one day, while fishing with my brother.  My brother and I were then spending our holidays in an estate where our father was employed. In the afternoons, my brother, who loves fishing, and I would go out to catch fish from the streams not very far from our father's house.  Wherever the water was shallow, we got down into the streams and searched for holes where fish usually like to shelter. When we found one, we put our hands in and often caught some fish. Fishing in this way had its moments of excitement, for at times we also caught some water- snakes, which we found to be harmless. Then, one day, I came so close to death that I made up my mind never to catch fish again in that way.  A cobra, about six feet long, was lying along the water's edge of one side of the stream in which we were fishing. Its tail was in the water, but it was concealed by the reeds and grasses along that stream. As I put my hand into the water, my searching fingers touched something tender. Thinking that it was a fish, I gripped it at once and tried to bring it out of the water. But it resisted violently, and to my consternation I discovered that it was a cobra. I relaxed my grip at once and rushed for safety. My brother, who was a few yards away, was too surprised to speak. But he soon saw the cobra which was now rushing towards him with its hood fully opened. I picked up stick hurriedly and threw it at the cobra. Surprisingly, the cobra now turned towards me, and I took to my heels. My brother then picked up a stick and ran after the cobra and managed to kill it just at the time when I was almost exhausted. lf he had been a little late, I might have been killed by the cobra. That was indeed a very narrow escape, an escape I shall never forget.  NEW WORDS: 1. prominently (adv): dễ thấy, nổi bật 2. narrow escape (n): suýt chết 3. estate (n): vùng đất (nhất là nông thôn) 4. cobra (n): rắn mang bành 5. shelter (v): ẩn náu, nương tựa 6. conceal (v): giấu giếm, giấu, che đậy 7. resist (v): kháng cự, chống lại 8. consternation (n): sự kinh hoàng 9. exhaust (adj): kiệt sức, mệt lử
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28825 NEW ZEALAND

28825 NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand’s Vertigo ClimbUse the word given in brackets to form a word that fits in the space in thetext.Do you fancy a 1) ……..……………………..……… (SENSATION) view of one of theworld’s most 2) ……………….………..…… (GLORY) harbours? Are you 3) ……..……………… (MODERATE) fit, brave, and above all, not scared of 4) …………………….….… (HIGH)? If you can answer yes to the questions above so that is something for you.Auckland’s Sky Travel has opened a new 5) ……..….………..… (ATTRACT) called Vertigowhich will take you up to some 328 metres (1000ft) above sea level. If bungee jumping off the tower isn’tenough, you can now take an 6) …….……..………….…. (ADD) two-hour guide tour inside the mast to thehighest public man-made 7) …….………….…..(VIEW) platform in the Southern Hemisphere. Stand on the glassfloor panels and see Auckland at your feet - if you dare! 8) ……………..….….. (ORGANISE) say you can seeboth of Auckland’s harbours as well as Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean. 9) ………...……………. (CLIMB) wear aspecial helmet and body harness that’s attached to a 10) …………………….... (SAFE)-approved cable systemwhich runs up the ladder. You start with a practice climb and 11) ……………………….…. (EDUCATE) video andthen it’s up in the lift to Sky Deck on level 60 where you begin the 44-metre 12) …………………………..(ASCEND).Vertigo’sspokesperson Sonya Haggie says it’s an 13) ……………………….…. (MISS) experience combining breathtakingviews with the most 14) …………………. (BELIEVE) sense of exhilaration and 15) ………………………….(ACHIEVE).The 16) ………………… (DAY) climbs take2.5 hours. Vertigo is open daily from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and anyone who is 17) ……………………. (REASON) fit cando it!KEY
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S2020 TRANSCRIPT

S2020 TRANSCRIPT

TRANSCRIPTEPISODE 20: ZOOSHello. I’m Margot Politis. Welcome to Study English, IELTS preparation.Today we visit a zoo, and we meet a man who designs natural looking habitats forzoo animals to live in.We’ll also talk about infinitive verbs and we’ll listen out for some commonconversation markers.But let’s start by meeting Richard Rowe, a horticulturalist at Werribee Zoo in Victoria.Listen to Richard talk about his work at the zoo.My role is to create environments that allowanimals to display natural behaviour and forvisitors to see animals in areas which really doappear to be very natural. The skill of what wedo is to create something, which looks asthough it’s been here a long time and looksvery natural.Well, we originally look at where is it that the animal lives. So narrow it down togeography. Is it Africa, South America, wherever? Then look at the particular type ofhabitat. So is it riverine? Is it savannah? And then narrow it down even closeragain. Often, it’s very, very difficult to get vegetation from the specific area that ananimal comes from.With some plants, you know, they’re already in the country so you can take cuttingsor collect seed. Botanic gardens are a great source for rare and unusual plants.The simplest form of the verb is the infinitive form.If you’re using a dictionary to find the meaning of a verb, you’ll need to know theinfinitive form. It’s the most basic form that’s used for dictionary entries.Infinitives are generally used with the marker ‘to’. They can be used in manydifferent ways.Here’s Richard describing his job.
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A MODEL OF BRAND AWARENESS AND BRAND ATTITUDE ADVERTISING STRATEGIES

A MODEL OF BRAND AWARENESS AND BRAND ATTITUDE ADVERTISING STRATEGIES

seen, is a function of the buyer’s involvement with the purchase decision. But with involvement anchored to purchase decision, it followsthat it must be related to a particular target audience. For example,even the most expensive product (such as a Rolls Royce) may be lowinvolvement to a rock star. Involvement, and thus the cognitive classification for brand attitude, must be developed for both a n advertisedbrand and specific target audiences.In a rather interesting application of this logic, Bayer aspirin wasable to take a low involving decision for a mass audience and target ahigh involving niche. Ordinarily, the choice of a n aspirin brand is lowinvolvement. But Bayer was able to capitalize upon recent medicalfindings that suggest aspirin is good for people with heart problems. Ina very moving piece of advertising, where a man who recently had aheart attack is shown with his wife in a delivery room where she ishaving a baby, Bayer has been able to target a segment of the marketwhere the usage decision is high involvement. Thus, with differentstrategies, they are able to market both a mass market and a smallersegment based upon the degree of involvement with the decision.As these examples suggest, the typology of four brand attitude strategies resulting from this interrelation of motivation and involvementnecessarily suggests certain particular targeted recommendations foreach. These are only summarized briefly in Tables 2-5, but the interested reader will find a detailed discussion of each in Rossiter and Percy(1987). For the purposes of this article we will review only the majordistinctions.Authentic Emotional Portrayal of the MotivationWith the transformational strategies, emotional authenticity in theexecution of the advertising is critical. In fact, if one considers the lowinvolvement/transformational strategy, a positive emotion is actuallythe only benefit that is associated with the advertised brand. Withinformational stategies, correct emotional portrayal is still important,but less so than the information provided. Here the correct emotionalportrayal usually follows a negative to positive emotional problem solving sequence, much as we saw in the Snickers example.
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How not to program in c++

How not to program in c++

Introduction Pain is a wonderful learning tool. Its natures way of saying, Dont do that If you are a programmer, youve had your share of pain. It usually occurs about 2:00 in the morning as you finally find that one last bug that has been tormenting you for the past two weeks. The book is filled with buggy programs. This allows you to learn from the misfortunes of others. It contains bugs that Ive found, bugs found by my friends and other programmers. Each program is a learning experience. The programs presented here are designed to be as close to real world programs as possible. Each of the programs tries to accomplish a simple task or perform a simple C++ language feature. The bad news is that they dont work. The good news is that each is contained in a relatively short program, so you you dont have to muck through a 750,000 line program trying to discover the problem. Some people believe that with the new compiler technology out there, that the compiler can catch most of these errors. Unfortunately, there are lots of errors that a compiler cant catch. As an analogy, spell checkers are supposed to eliminate spelling errors. But can you spot the spelling error in this word: CAT 1 ? Smelling cockers or a god think because other side this block would be fuel of arrows. (Hey, it passed the spell checker.) So have fun spotting the errors. If you run into trouble, weve provided a number of hints to help you out (and a couple that are no help at all). There are also answers in the back of the book. This is in contrast to real life, where there are no hints, and the answers arent in the back of the book. This book is dedicated to my wife, Chi Mui Wong. If she hadnt taken CS101 and learned that shes not a programmer, this book wouldnt exist (although its her instructor whos responsible for the first broken Hello World in this book). But the real dedication is to all those working programmers out there who labor day in and day out with complex, buggy, really rotten code and have to make sense of it. Good luck and have fun.
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ISLCOLLECTIVE WORKSHEETS PREINTERMEDIATE A2 ADULTS HIGH SCHOOL LISTENING READING CRIME LAW AND PUNISHMENT REPHRASING SE 154437618156C9FAE18BAC20 81138688

ISLCOLLECTIVE WORKSHEETS PREINTERMEDIATE A2 ADULTS HIGH SCHOOL LISTENING READING CRIME LAW AND PUNISHMENT REPHRASING SE 154437618156C9FAE18BAC20 81138688

A BANK ROBBERYu READ THIS NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT A ROBBERY.A serious crime was committed yesterday in the centre of London. A millionpounds was stolen from the Nat East Bank in Oxford Street by three robbers carryingguns. Customers in the bank were told to lie on the floor while the robbers took themoney from the cash. Fortunately, nobody was killed during the robbery, but two peoplewere hurt. They have been in hospital since yesterday morning.We talked to a policeman after the robbery. This what he said: “We’re going totalk to all the customers in the bank at the time of the robbery and we’re going to startlooking for these criminals immediately. They can’t escape from London because we’regoing to close all the roads for five kilometres around Oxford Street. If the public helpus, we will catch them”.If you think you can help or if you know something about the robbery, pleasecontact the Central London Police Unit on 207 7646805.u ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TEXT.1. How much money was stolen?2. How many robbers were there?3. How many people were hurt?4. How long have they been in hospital?5. What are the police going to do to the customers?6. What are they going to do to the roads?7. What will happen if the public help?u NOW LISTEN TO AN INTERVIEW WITH A CUSTOMER FROM THE BANK.SOME THINGS ARE DIFFERENT FROM THE NEWSPAPER REPORT.1. Where was the customer at the time of the robbery?2. How many robbers did she see?3. Complete this sentence by one of the robbers:“If you don’t get on the floor, __________________________________”.4. How many people did she say were hurt?
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11525 PRESENT SIMPLE OR CONTINUOUS ELEMENTARY FULLY EDITABLE WITH KEY

11525 PRESENT SIMPLE OR CONTINUOUS ELEMENTARY FULLY EDITABLE WITH KEY

12) Joe doesn’t eat rice because he hates it. (M)13) Mr Brown isn’t in the kitchen. He is fixing the roof. (J)14) Where do the children build a sandcastle in summer? (N)II15) Frank rings his mum when he gets home. (E)1) She always _jumps_ into the water. (F)2) He is a painter. (A)3) Mr Smith doesn’t drive a lorry because he is a bus driver. (G)4) Tim doesn’t want to catch the mice. (J)5) He isn’t doing his homework at the moment. He is writing aletter. (D)6) How often does Lucy air the rooms? (K)7) The hairdresser isn’t washing my hair, she is just cutting it. (B)8) Dad is sleeping on the coach in the present. (C)9) Mr Greene teaches chemistry. (H)10) Does he often write a test? (E)11) Are the students trying to cheat on the exam now? (M)12) Tom hasn’t got a cat, but a dog. (L)13) Susie is having breakfast at the moment. (I)14) Look! Jake is eating an ice-cream. (N)The background is from http://www.cutecolors.com/1413109
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THIRD PERSON ENDINGS 1

THIRD PERSON ENDINGS 1

www.e-grammar.org/present-simple/Simple present exercises: the third person -s | -es | -ies endingsFill the gaps with verbs in the simple present tense and use words ending in -s, -es and -ies.Why Samuel wakes up earlyEvery day little Samuel ............................ (get) up early in the morning. He .............................(hurry) downstairs and into the backyard. Where is she? Yes, over there. His black and whitekitten always ............................. (play) in the grass. Little Samuel ............................. (catch)her with both hands, ............................ (grab) her under her soft belly, ............................ (lift)her into the air and ............................ (kiss) her on her pink nose. Then he .............................(carry) her into the kitchen to give her a small bowl of milk. But sometimes he just............................ (watch) his kitten running on the grass. What a fast cat she is! She never............................ (miss) a mosquito that ............................ (fly) low above the ground.
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RS003 REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

RS003 REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

5. She wondered:” how much pay can I expect?”She wondered how much pay she could expect.6. The captain asked:”When will we get to the coast, guide?”The captain asked the guide when they would get to the coast.7. The gardener inquired:”Why didn’t you buy a new shovel?”The gardener inquired why I hadn’t bought a new shovel.8. They wanted to know:”Who’s that woman?”They wanted to know who that woman was.9. The zookeeper asked:”How much food did the lions eat last week?The zookeeper asked how much food the lions had eaten the week before.10. The rock star asked:”Would you sing the song with me?”The rock star asked me if I would sing the song with him.11. He wanted to know:”How long has peter had his sports car?”He wanted to know how long Peter had had his sports car.12. The coach asked:”What is he doing now?”The coach asked what he was doing.13. The teacher asked:” Who were they travelling with yesterday?”The teacher asked who they had been travelling with the day before.14. The helper asked:”What time are you going to finish tomorrow?”The helper asked what time we were going to finish the next day.15. The people asked:”Where would he go if he had the money.”The people asked where he would have gone if he had had the money.16. The hired works asked:”When will we be paid?”The hired workers asked when they would be paid.17. The fireman asked:”When is the fire engine going to be ready?”The fireman asked when the fire engine was going to be ready.18. The player wondered:”How many goals will we score this week?”The player wondered how many goals they would score that week.19. Brother to sister: “Who are you going out with Jane?”Jane’s brother asked her who she was going out with.
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15650 A DAY IN THE ZOO

15650 A DAY IN THE ZOO

A day in the ZooMark and Sophie decided to take a walk around the city Zoo.When they first arrived they went straight to the lion`s cage, they wanted to see the new lionessthat was there for just three weeks. She was very beautiful; she had a long tail and big brown eyes.When the lioness saw them, she opened her huge mouth and showed their teeth.Sophie asked Mark to go to the monkey’s area; she bought bananas and fed them slowly. Theywere very funny; they threw the bananas peel on each other and jumped from branch to branch.When they arrived at the snakes aquarium Sophie felt a bad feeling, she hated snakes and shedidn`t want to be there much longer. Mark said that he didn`t like snakes very much, but that he foundthem interesting.Mark bought two cokes for them and they drunk everything, they were very thirsty.On the way back they talked about the animals that they saw and chose the one that was cuter.A little monkey won. They ran to catch the bus and they went home.These sentences are not true, write them in the negative form and also write themcorrectly.Mark and Rita went to the supermarket.When they first arrived they went to the snakes’ aquarium.The lioness was very ugly.Sophie bought bread to feed the monkeys.Mark the correct sentences and rewrite the wrong ones. Simple Past1-Where did Alvaro go last night? () He went to see a movie.
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ISLCOLLECTIVE WORKSHEETS ELEMENTARY A1 PREINTERMEDIATE A2 STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS LEARNING DIFFICULTIES 55428446055406B6F189D99 96131914

ISLCOLLECTIVE WORKSHEETS ELEMENTARY A1 PREINTERMEDIATE A2 STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS LEARNING DIFFICULTIES 55428446055406B6F189D99 96131914

I.PUT THE VERBS IN THE PASTSIMPLE1. Be-------------------2. Buy---------------------3. Catch----------------------4. Choose---------------------5. Do--------------------------6. Drink------------------------7. Drive-------------------------8. Eat-------------------------9. Find-------------------------10. Forget-----------------------11. Get-------------------------12. Give-------------------------13. Go---------------------------14. Hear-------------------------15. Know------------------------16. Make----------------------17. Meet------------------------18. Put-------------------------19. Read----------------------20.Ride-----------------------21. Run-------------------------22.Say----------------------23.See-------------------------24.Sleep-------------------------25. Speak------------------------26. Take -----------------------27. Think -----------------------28.Write------------------------III. COMPETE THE TABLE WITHTHE PAST OF THE VERB “swim”I -------------------------You------------------------She-------------------------He-------------------------It---------------------------We-------------------------You-------------------------They-----------------------What can you deduce from this?---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ii .IN THE LIST OF IRREGULAR VERSB “BE” IS ALITTLE SPECIAL BECAUSE IT DOESN’T NEED“Did” to make questions or negative sentences.Put “Be” in the correct form of the past in the followingsentences.1. I--------------very tired yesterday night.2. They -------------at the cinema.3. She -------------angry with her pupils.4. My mum------------at hospital last week;5. The shops ------------open last Sunday.6. You -------------at home yesterday,where--------------you?7. ------------- all your friends at your birthdayparty?8. My sister-------------well last Saturday , soshe stayed at home and didn’t come with us.9. The girls --------------at the mall to do someshopping.10. He ------------afraid to miss his bus , so he----------in a hurry yesterday after school.11. Why ----------------you in the Head’s office
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22057 CONVERSATION LESSON ON SMALL TALK AND FINDING SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT

22057 CONVERSATION LESSON ON SMALL TALK AND FINDING SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT

3) Choose a topic and talk to your partner about it.4)Read these 3 dialogues with your partner and answer the questions.Where are the people? What is their relationship? Which topics do they talk about?123A: Hiya! How's it going?B: It's alright, I'm so busy today.A: You can say that again, I'mswamped! Did you catch thegame last night?B: Yeah, it was amazing! I can'tbelieve those plays! Even mydaughter enjoyed it.A: Ah. How is your daughterdoing? What's she studying?B: She's doing very well. She's inher third year now, studying law.Sorry... I have to run, talk later!A: No problem, see you later!A: Excuse me, how long haveyou been waiting?B: Umm... about 10 minutes. Ihope it comes soon.A: Me too! It's so hot today.B: I know! It was cooler thistime last year. Wow, that's a greatbag. Where did you buy it?A: This? Oh thank you, I bought
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Audioscripts UNIT 3

Audioscripts UNIT 3

UNIT 3 Matt: Hello, I''d like to get some information about catching the underground, please. Kumiko: Yes, of course. Matt: Well, the first thing I''m not sure about is umm ... how do I buy a ticket? Kumiko: Ah yes. Well, to begin, you should look for a ticket machine — you can find them at the station. Matt: OK. Kumiko: And um you can ... you can use coins or notes. Matt: Any coins or notes? Kumiko: With coins only 500 yen and 100 and 50 and ten. Matt: Hmm. OK. Kumiko: You can use 1,000 yen notes in every machine. Matt: I see. Kumiko: And you can also find some machines where you can use 5,000 and 10,000 yen notes. Matt: How will I know which notes I can use? Kumiko: It will say on the machine. And some take credit card* too. Matt: So how much money ... How can I tell how much money I need to put in the machine? Kumiko: There''s a map which tells you. It''s above the machine. Matt: Oh right — the big map. Kumiko: Yes. You can find the price. You have to ... er you need to choose the correct price for the place you want to go to. Matt: Ah right — I choose the price. What should I do next? Just catch the train? Kumiko: Yes, you keep ticket* and insert it in the machine at the ticket gate. Matt: And will the ticket come out of the machine? Kumiko: Yes, it comes out of the machine. So you have to keep your ticket until you get off.
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3886 SONGS4CLASS WE WILL ROCK YOU WILL AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE 3 TASKS CONVERSATION EDITABLE

3886 SONGS4CLASS WE WILL ROCK YOU WILL AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE 3 TASKS CONVERSATION EDITABLE

6. My family and I _________________ to Egypt in December. It __________ a great trip! [to travel – aff.;to be – aff.]7. Sylvie _______________ with us to the park anymore. She ___________ home and __________ for thetest on Monday. [to go – neg.; to stay – to study – aff.]8. Where ___________________ your vacations? [you – to spend – int.]9. ______________________________ with their friends tonight? [Jake and Sandra – to go out – int.]10. What time ______________________ next class? [you – to come – int.]Answer the questions (complete and short answers):1. Will you be home at 10 tonight?_________________________________2. What time will you wake up next Sunday?_________________________________3. Will your mother take you to school by car tomorrow? ________________________4. When will your family travel to the USA?_________________________________5. Where will you go on Saturday night?_________________________________6. What will you do next weekend?_________________________________7. Will you do your homework after dinner tonight? __________________________8. Will you come next week?_________________________________9. Where will you spend your next vacation?_________________________________10. Will your folks take you to the church on Sunday? __________________________11. When will you do your homework for lesson 3?_________________________________
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461 HISTORY

461 HISTORY

I. Fill in the gaps with the following words:III.Read the text on Slavery and find synonyms for thefollowing words and expressions:president ,reason, soldier(s), plantation(s), people, history, placedifferent_________accepted__________went on ___________The American Civil WarThis took 1 ________between 1861 and 1865 and was a war betweenthe Northern States (the Union) and the Southern States (the Confederacy)of the United States of America. The 2_________ was that the Northernerswith their leader Abraham Lincoln, wanted all the 3 __________ to be free.The Southerners, however wanted the black people to work as slaves in their4 _______________..The war, where Americns fought Americans, was the deadliest inAmerican 5 _________. In the four years it lasted, more than 600,0006_____________died. Finally, the Union won the war, ending the slavery of black people inAmerica and Abraham Lincoln became 7 _________ of the United States in1865.II. Complete the text with the Present Simple form of theverbs in brackets:The Mississippi RiverThe Mississippi River___________(begin) at Lake Itaska, high in themountains of Minnesota, and___________ (run) 2,320 miles (3,734km) down
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GRENADE BRUNO MARS

GRENADE BRUNO MARS

GrenadeBy Bruno MarsFind the extra words in the song.1. Easy come, really, easy go2. That's just how you used to live, oh3. Take, take, take it all, but you would never give4. Should’ve known you was big trouble from the first kiss,5. Had your green eyes wide open6. Why were they always open?7. Gave you all that I had8. And you completely tossed it in the trash9. You tossed it in the trash, yes you did10. To give me all of your love is all I ever asked,11. Cause what you don't never understand isChorus12. I’d catch a black grenade for ya (yeah, yeah, yeah)13. Throw my hand on a big blade for ya (yeah, yeah, yeah)14. I’d definitely jump in front of a train for ya (yeah, yeah , yeah)15. You know me I'd do anything for ya (yeah, yeah, yeah) Oh, oh16. I would go through all of this pain,17. Take a bullet straight into through my brain,18. Yes, I would die for ya my baby;19. But, no, you won't do the same20. Black, black, black, red and blue beat me till I'm numb21. Tell the little devil I said “hey” when you get back to where you're from22. Mad woman, bad awful woman,23. Yeah, that's just what you are, yeah,24. You’ll smile in my face then you rip the breaks out my car25. I gave you all I had26. And you tossed it right in the trash27. You tossed it in the trash, dammit, yes you did
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ECDIS BROCHURE ẤN PHẨM HÀNG HẢI

ECDIS BROCHURE ẤN PHẨM HÀNG HẢI

Easy to order, easy to manage and easy to use – the revolution has arrived.Revolutionise navigation…1Electronic charts you can trust100% OfficialThe Admiralty ECDIS service is the first digital chart service in the worldto supply a combination of electronic charts for ECDIS that can fullymeet the IMO ECDIS performance standards. In areas where ENCs arenot yet available ARCS charts may, with flag state approval, be used inECDIS for primary navigation rather than just a secondary aid to thepaper chart.Global Electronic Chart CoverageENC coverage already includes the Arabian Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas,Bay of Bengal, Belgium, Caribbean Sea, Cyprus, Egypt including Suez,Falkland Islands, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Gulf of Aden, India, IndianOcean, Jamaica, Malta, Netherlands, Pacific Ocean, Portugal, Red Sea,Socotra, Somalia, South Africa, Southern Ocean, Sri Lanka, Spain,Canaries and Balearics, UK and Western Africa.In early 2005, ENC coverage will be extended further to includeAustralia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Latvia, Norway,Poland, Russia, Singapore and Sweden.Unrivalled Chart AccuracyThe Admiralty ECDIS Service only includes official charts sourced directly
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13 MỆNH ĐỀ ĐỘNG TỪ

13 MỆNH ĐỀ ĐỘNG TỪ

return something to someoneTrả lạigiveupquit doing something or quit tryingTừ bỏ, bỏgooffexplodePhát nổhandingive homework, tests, papers, etc., to a teacherBình phục, khỏi ốmNộp bài

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47567 MARYS DAY YESTERDAY

47567 MARYS DAY YESTERDAY

Fill in the missing verb form.Use the Past Simple.1.She ___________(wake)up early in the morning.2. She____________(get)dressed..3. She____________ (eat)breakfast.4. She___________(brush)her teeth.5. She_________________(clean) the house.6. She____________(do)the laundry.7. She ____________(go)out.8. She ___________(meet)James.9. She _______(go) to thepark to catch butterflies.

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