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Why do people immigrate to other countries?

There are different reasons why people immigrate to other countries. Some people want to have a good education, a good job, live in good conditions that their country doesn’t allow. Very often people can be judged to be leaving their homeland, but everyone chooses in which country to live, work, maybe a person finds more opportunities in another country than in his homeland. And also it doesn’t mean that person doesn’t love his country. I don’t think it is a betrayal, because people can work, study in another country, and then use their knowledge for the benefit of their country. Sometimes people make decisions that don’t want to. People always strive for the best life so if someone finds that he’ll be happier in another country I think it’s normal.

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My Comfort food 

My comfort food is sweets. I can always eat sweets without getting tired, there are even days when I only eat sweets. Sweets help me when I am in a bad mood, because tasty food often change mood for better. I can’t without sweets, I need to eat at least a little during a day. It’s bad on the other hand, because too much sweet is bad for health.

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Which is the best way to achieve success

There are both good and bad moments in our lives. We often succeed, often we do not. So I don’t think there is a special way to always succeed. In general, the only best way to succeed is not to give up endless failures. Failures make us stronger. You will lose success very soon without any failure because you will not appreciate it as much as a success after many failures. Those who don’t give up, always move forward, are not afraid of risks, they succeed in life. The best way to achieve success is to understand why you want to succeed and do your best for that. It’s also very important never to be satisfied with one success because there is always a need to do more and improve your success.

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Fill in the Blanks
Place one of the new words in each of the blanks below.

  1. I embrace my daughter when she came home from camp.
  2. We forbid you to leave the area.
  3. Did you proceed along the hall until you got to the room?
  4. A turtle is a very common reptile.
  5. We made a partial listing of the people who owed the library books because it would take too long to copy all the names.
  6. Betty Sue is always very logical when she prepares her arguments for a debate.
  7. I rarely if ever go to the movies.
  8. Have you seen the cave dweller exhibit in the museum?
  9. I went to high school prior to entering the army.
  10. Be sure to take the precaution not to swim after eating.
  11. Sergeant York got a medal for being valiant in war.
  12. Did you extract the splinter from his foot?
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Tourism always does a place more harm than good

Tourism is actually a very good thing, it has many advantages for the country, if tourism is developed in a given country, then its economy benefits greatly from it. But often tourism does more harm than good. In fact, nature has wonderful places that man has not yet been able to reach, and when that place is discovered by people, it is visited by many tourists, the place is polluted, although before that it was very well preserved. There are many such wonderful places where, just by developing tourism, they start to spoil nature, build hotels nearby, restaurants so that tourists can come and relax even for a few days, so they start earning a lot of money, but as a result nature suffers and it turns from a wonderful place to a landfill.. There are places in nature, wonderful sightseeings that should be enjoyed from afar, because experience shows that people spoil everything around them.

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Assignments for 10.03.2022

Imagine yourself as a legislative body trying to introduce law and convince other groups to vote in favor of your law. Come up with interesting ideas

I suggest a law to make only nine-year education compulsory, not twelve. This will allow teens to make their time useful . There are many students who want to go into art and craft, to become musicians, artists and they lose three meaningless years, instead they can learn the craft, go to work at once and become proficient in their profession. And there are students who do not orient themselves quickly, they can study until the twelfth grade, after which they can go to the university of their choice in their chosen profession.

Compulsory twelve-year education is a waste of time in many cases, because without those two more years you do not go through anything new, you go to school in vain, then you do not pay much attention to your school lessons, all your attention is on subjects that you will need in the future.

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Can a complicated destiny justify bad character?

In my opinion sometimes yes, detiny can justify person character, sometimes not. First of all we do not have any right to judge someone because we do not know their life at all. Not always but there are exceptions that some bad traits can be justified by complicated destiny. You will never knew why that person act like that. But we can not say that all bad people can be justified for their difficult life because some of them just choose that way of life. So I think we should just try to help change them if they want and allow us to do that. Some people just need love, attention, kindness to be good person and they are bad or have bad traits just for their complicated destiny. We can’t accuse someone for being bad person because maybe they don’t have family, firends, life teach them not to trust, not believe people because they always meet and trust wrong people so if you can you should help them not to lose their good personality because of difficulties.

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Assignments for 28.02.2022

NEF Advanced Reading How I stay calm slide 64, NEF Advanced Vocabulary Prefexis slide 169 1a, 2a

1.a) disagree, inappropriate, unattractive, incoherent, incapable, incompetent, discontinue, undo, uneasy, disembark, dishonest, inhospitable, illegal, illegitimate, illiterate, illogical, immobile, immoral, unofficial, impersonal, impractical, irrational, irregular, irrelevant, irreplaceable

2. a) 1. My daughter has outgrown most of her clothes – she needs a bigger size. – D. further, better, bigger

2. A lot off common English verbs are monosyllables, like get, have, give, etc. – I. one

3. After being proven innocent, he was reintated in his old post. – T. again

4. After the operation, I’ll have to go to the hospital once a week as an outpatient. – L. outside, not inside

5. As a child, she was ill-treated by her stepmother and this had serious repercussions. – Q. badly

6. I haven’t been feeling very well recently. The doctor told me to take multivitamins. – C. more than one, many

7. I must have misunderstood you. I thought you said you didn’t want to come tonight. – E. wrongly

8. I need to install a new antivirus on my computer. – H. against

9. I was incredibly lucky on my flight to New York – I was upgraded to business class! – O. higher, towards the top

10. The local police are trying to defuse radical tension in the community. – N. remove or reduce

11. My brother did a postgraduate course in translation and interpreting. – K. after

12. A ceasefire is an essential precondition for any negotiation. – M. before

13. My sister is overweight – she goes through periods of compulsive overeating. – B. too much

14. The committee has biannual meetings in October and March. – G. two, twice

15. Several different species now coexist peacefully side by side. – P. together

16. This work is totally substandard. It’s just not acceptable. – F. below

17. There will be an intergovermental conference to look at climate change. – R. between

18. They’re really understaffed at the moment because a lot of their workers are off sick. – A. not enough

19. When he lifted her up, he seemed to have almost superhuman strength. – S. above average

20. I’m not very good with my camera. I almost always use the autofocus setting. – J. by yourself, by itself

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Assignments for 24.02.2022

NEF Advanced Reading slides 59-60 Without my mobile phone I basically don’t exist ex-es b / true-false/ c – complete the gaps with phrases

b) 1. True











c) 1.-G







NEF Advanced Grammar 6 B Conditional Sentences slide 152 ex-es a, b

a) 1. They wouldn’t have made you marketing manager if they didn’t think you were right for the job.

2. The government would accept more refugees if the camp wasn’t so crowded.

3. If you’ve done all your homework, you can go out this evening.

4. We wouldn’t be living in Singapore now if my company hasn’t been taken over by a multinational.

5. Hannah would be in the first team if she hadn’t get injured last month.

6. If you’ve ever been to New York, you would know exactly what I’m talking about.

7. They would have got divorced aged ago if they didn’t have young children.

8. If the storm hadn’t been at night, more people would have died.

9. If their flight hasn’t been delayed, they would have arrived by now.

10. I wouldn’t have bought the flat if I knew I was going to have so many problems with it.

b) 1. My father has agreed to lend me the money providing I pay it back by the end of the year.

2. Even if I had played my best, I still would not have beaten him.

3. I’ll tell you exactly what happened as long as you promise not to tell anyone.

4. Had the rebels not surrendered, there would have been a lot more casulties.

5. The company will only employ me on condition that I sign a two-year contract.

6. We’ve decided we’re going to go ahead with the event weather we sell all the tickets or not.

7. I’m convinced Amy won’t get back together with her boyfriend, even if he apologizes.

8. Supposing we do buy a dog, who’s going to take it for walks?

9. I’m going to make an apointment for you at the doctor’s wether you like it or not.

10. Had the plane not caught fire, there would have been more survivors.

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30-day challenge

I pick for my 30-day challenge exercise to learn 20 english words every day. To be honest I do that since January and I think it’s really help to improve language. Sometimes you understand language very well but you can’t speak free because you don’t know enough words for expressing your thoughts. I hope that’s challange will help me to improve my English and also it doesn’t take many time, I spend twenty minutes for learning them and I think every one can find that twenty minutes during the day for learning something. Also I repite them at the of week.

This much about my challange, I will write about my results after 30 days.