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... as Japan but they were actually Chinese. It was a civil
war. It seems the victors always write the history.
I thought about the recent dignified commemoration of the
beginning of WW1. How different! What is just as bizarre is that they celebrate
the communist revolution in full glory but there are few signs of the communist
ideology today, in fact all you seem is capitalism everywhere – big time! China
is a great ...
... included new street lighting as well. It has been around
the clock process. About a month ago I was kept awake almost the entire night
when the pneumatic hammer was ripping up the kerbstones throughout the night.
One quite curious thing about replacing all the kerbstones, as well as the
paving stones. They put rectangular blocks in as kerbstones which looked pretty
cheap and ugly but then came some workers with handheld grinders and ground
down the outer corner ...
... and kind? A – I will.
Will you be forgiving and patient? A – I will.
Ivan, do you take Catherine to be your wife? A – I do.
Catherine, do you take Ivan to be your husband? A – I do
These rings signify that both Ivan and Catherine are now bound in marriage.
Congratulations – you are now husband and wife
... a huge and garish armchair, a TV which fills one wall and expensive ornaments. She had told me she was separated but her husband had ill health so she looked after him during the day. She doesn’t work so it is obvious he still keeps in this expensive lifestyle.
So now I have only one morning teaching at a kindergarten. Initially I was going to teach four mornings at another big kindergarten which had been introduced ...
... some ABC flash cards, and a few posters with letters and numbers. This will be the first time I have taught children so young. Previously the youngest were six, at junior school.
My first class is five year olds – only ten – quite manageable, an easy start. However, the TV won't show my ppt which I have on USB. What to do? Time for some quick thinking! I see the classroom has some large plastic blocks, Lego style. These will have ...