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It was a rainy cold Sunday morning. A little girl Anna woke up earlier than usual and as she didn't want to disturb her sleeping parents, she grabbed her favorite book, started flipping through the pages and within a few minutes she got immersed into her fantasy world. What…Continue
On my challenge about inventions, one of my EC friends, Rahul Wazir, wrote: “If I were an inventor, I would design a device recording pets’ thoughts.” His idea sounded very interesting for me as I have always loved pets and always wanted to know what they think about us. Besides, I have always been interested if they react to the words or just intonations, if they “understand” different languages. So, this blog is for those who love pets!
When I just joined EC I posted a few blogs…Continue
Added by Zenith on April 30, 2017 at 0:32 — No Comments
"Small talks" are the reason why most of my neighbors think I'm crabby and unfriendly. If I'm locked in the elevator with someone, I don't need to know how is the f***ing weather!!! I just came from the street for Godiva sake! If you don't really have anything to tell can you just keep silent for the 30 SECONDS that last the elevator's trip??!!…Continue
A few days ago I was asked to to expain how to use SHALL and WILL and I decided to post this blog for everyone to be able to read it.
To use SHALL/SHOULD with the first-person subject sounds old-fasionate now.
In modern English, especially in American English SHALL is used very rarely. Internationally, WILL is the standard choice for expressing future plans and expectations,…Continue
Dear friends, as you all like writing different stories using the direct speech and quotations, I decided to tell you how to do it correctly. Here are a few easy rules we should follow.
1. We should always quote the direct speech, the quotations and the words we use in some figurative sense.
She said, “I am leaving.” (The direct speech)
I believe “there is no place like home.” (A proverb)
Mishaikh said, “I have been “run over” by…Continue
Added by Zenith on April 29, 2017 at 0:29 — No Comments
Hey Danny and my friends,
I hope u all are doing well. My nephew was sitting next to me when I was just going through the blog section.
Danny's writing challenge caught his attention and he asked: "Aunt wait wait what it is?" I said it is a writing challenge. "What do we have to write?" he asked. "Spring Fairy Tale" I replied. without wasting a minute he said I can write it now. He was very excited and he wrote a story in response to it and requested me to post…Continue
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In the IT market, CCNA Wireless 200-355 WIFUND Certification exam is the way to success. It is very important to get skills in the field Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals. It is a vast field that is helpful in all departments today. Information technology speeds up the functionality of business, government affairs, medical care, and other fields of life. In all these departments there is a need of IT experts. Cisco CCNA Wireless experts are the first requirement of this field.…Continue
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Yes, it makes sense to know sentence structure since a blog or an article is made of sentences - only when you can make sentences can you compose a piece of writing.
Indeed, there are just 4 types of sentences: simple sentence, compound sentence, complex sentence, compound-complex sentence. For…Continue
Don't show me your sonogram. What am I supposed to say? Hmm? That it looks just like you? Or can I have a copy? See me when it (you heard me, "it") becomes bitter and jaded.
Goes through different phases 24/7.
Changes hair color like a chameleon.…Continue
The kids had gone and the old man took a cup of coffee from the coffee pot on the stove, filled a glas with lemonade for the boy and took a seat on his old armchair opposite the boy. Between both stood only an old wooden table. On the table lay some journals, some medical journals and some about gardening and farming.
The boy took a sip of lemonade, looked at the old man and said: "I have seen a shelf with…
Reading Danny’s Writing Challenge: Back to Idioms and Phrasal Verbs I over-confidently thought that it was not a big deal and I would run off a story based on all the idioms provided by him. But that was not the case. I ran on thinking how to cope with it. I ran my mind hard over some hints, some points, some ideas, but my mind was totally blocked. It seemed that I was running like a hairy goat. I was feeling like I ran out of all the…Continue
My friends, I have written my story to demonsrate the use of idioms. It is a true story. Enjoy and learn!
Well, I often run myself into the ground overworking and taking to heart what isn’t worth a bean. But about 3 years ago I decided to reward myself and bought a very good expensive car I had always dreamt about. It was just an ordinary spring day I will never forget, it was already hot and rainy and I decided to get to work by my new car I was still running in. It was…Continue
My dear friends, I couldn't decide what task to propose you. I wanted to post something both useful and interesting. But yesterday I saw a car accident on the highway. Fortunately, there happened nothing serious and it helped me come up with this…Continue
Brain—epitome of the universe
August 15, 2002
All the material wealth created by man is a realistic reflection of man’s brain. Man’s thinking, memory, speech, and actions are all attributes of human brain. That a society can be organically united to accomplish a goal is also the result of brain activity. All Nobel Prize winners and great men in history distinguish themselves from others because they have made full use of their brains.
Scientists are still…Continue
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