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  • Are you "Underage"?

    Something interesting has been happening on the music scene recently. Remember the time when you had to be a certain age to be able to get into concerts and clubs and when it seemed you had to wait forever to be old enough to experience the really exciting open-air gigs? Teenagers used to spend time and money trying to make themselves look eighteen and many even invested in fake IDs to get past the security guards!

  • Information courses

    Dear Sir / Madam, I’m writing this e-mail to ask for information about your Thai Cookery courses. I’m very interested to know if I could enrol in a course in the second week of May because I’m going on holidays and I would like to travel to Thailand with my wife and son and learn to cook in your country too. I’m 32 and work as a person in charge of Logistics in a Multinational of Corporatives Images.

  • Describe the place where you live

    I was born in a beautiful urban area called (…say the name of the place where you were born and spent your childhood…) and spent my childhood as well as adolescence there. This is a small urban area in the north part of the country. After I finished my college education, I moved to the capital city of the country for the university education. I am no longer living in my hometown but I often go there to visit my parents and other family members who still live there.

  • volcano eruption

    Take this story that’s been passed down through more than 230 generations of Gugu Badhun Aboriginal people, for example. Once upon a time, a huge explosion rocked the land and a massive crater appeared in the ground. A malicious dust filled the air, and when people wandered into it, they disappeared forever. The air was so hot that along the waterfronts, the ground appeared to be on fire. This story was first definitively documented in the 1970s, when a recording was made of an Aboriginal elder talking about it.

  • Fast Food

    Fast food is a type of food that is prepared and served within a few minutes. It is very convenient to buy it when you are busy and want to eat on the move running to the important meeting. As usually, there are proponents and opponents of such a convenience food. Of course, this so-called street food has its advantages and disadvantages. To pros, I would include the fact that it can spare the time of a lot of working mothers and fathers, who cannot find the time even to take a shower, to say nothing about the proper meal.

  • Religious people usually behave better than non-religious people

    There are many religious people who believe in some sort of God but also there are a lot atheists who do not. In my view religious people do not behave better than non-religious people. There are various facts and figures that support this opinion. In the first place, behaviour does not depend on whether you are religious or not, but on the person’s character. We learn various kinds of behaviour from our environment, especially from family as we grow up and later from school and friends.

  • Should the government give money to poor people?

    Either provide money or dont. When you start with this group or portion can get but those cant the program has already been designed to fail. The people that need it will not get it. TANF does not work. If you are female, over 40 and suddenly your 20 year old child is disabled by any means you can imagine, sorry. Keep in mind in rural Appalachian areas there is no such thing as help.

  • Socialization of the person

    Socialization of the person, its formation, formation of a way of life pass under the influence of various factors, which provides an important, in terms of society, result. The logic of the formation of a healthy society is such that its condition depends on the development of each individual. During the years of Ukraine’s independence in the process of democratic transformation in all spheres of social life there are profound changes in the vital values ​​of the younger generation, the formation of a new culture, including the culture of everyday life, takes place.

  • Level 2 business

    Task 1 2nd November 2015 Dear Mr Fields, Thank you very much for your letter, I will now explain to you possible options that a business can have in terms of ownerships. a. Sole trader Sole trader describes any business that is owned and controlled by one person. However they sometimes employ workers An example of a sole trader could be a newsagent’s shop or people who provide a specialist service like hairdressers, plumbers or photographers Problems of being a sole trader Unlimited liability: so this means that the owner is personally liable for all debts.

  • Business level 2 m1 unit 1

    Task 1: Use the following letter format to reply to Luke Fields: Council House College Green 2nd November 2015 Dear Mr Fields, Thank you very much for your letter, I will now explain to you possible options that a business can have in terms of ownerships. a. Sole trader Sole trader describes any business that is owned and controlled by one person. However they sometimes employ workers An example of a sole trader could be a newsagent’s shop or people who provide a specialist service like hairdressers, plumbers or photographers Problems of being a sole trader Unlimited liability: so this means that the owner is personally liable for all debts.