The week ahead: February 17th 2011
Uganda and Ireland prepare for elections, the space shuttle Discovery launches for the last time and cricket's World Cup begins in Dhaka
263 GG "I" and "Me" in Photo Captions
Should your photo captions read "Bob and me" or "Bob and I"? Get tips on how to write grammatically correct photo captions for Facebook and beyond.
Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 28b-आ
This is a continuation of the series covering the very basics of Hindi. At the bottom of this lesson are links to the previous lessons. If you are already studying [...]
Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten – 17.02.2011
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. MANAMA: In mehreren arabischen Ländern gehen die Proteste gegen die Staatsführung weiter. Im arabischen Königreich Bahrain wurden bei einem Polizeieinsatz gegen Demonstranten nach Agenturberichten mindestens drei Menschen getötet. Mehr als 20 Oppositionelle wurden nach Angaben von Ärzten zudem verletzt. Die
Lesson #029, Thursday When the time is after the hour, add the word 'e' and the appropriate number of minutes. To indicate the half hour, use the phrase 'e mezza.' To indicate the quarter of the hour, use the phrase 'e un quarto.' e = and e mezza = and half e un quarto = and a quarter E' l'una e venticinque = It's 1:25 Sono le tre e dieci = It's 3:10 E' l'una e mezza = It's 1:30 Sono le quattro e mezza = It's 4:30 E' l'una e un quarto = It's 1:15 Sono
When the time is after the hour, add the word 'e' and the appropriate number of minutes. To indicate the half hour, use the phrase 'e mezza.' To indicate the quarter of the hour, use the phrase 'e un quarto.'
e = and
e mezza = and half
e un quarto = and a quarter
E' l'una e venticinque = It's 1:25
Sono le tre e dieci = It's 3:10
E' l'una e mezza = It's 1:30
Sono le quattro e mezza = It's 4:30
E' l'una e un quarto = It's 1:15
Lesson #030, Friday ragazzo = boy ragazza = girl bambino = baby uomo = man donna = woman cane = dog gatto = cat acqua = water specchio = mirror pasta = pasta pane = bread verdure = vegetables gnocchi = Italian dumplings zucchero = sugar insalata = salad spaghetti = spaghetti
ragazzo = boy
ragazza = girl
bambino = baby
uomo = man
donna = woman
cane = dog
gatto = cat
acqua = water
specchio = mirror
pasta = pasta
pane = bread
verdure = vegetables
gnocchi = Italian dumplings
zucchero = sugar
insalata = salad
spaghetti = spaghetti
Japanese Culture Class #61 - New Word and Buzzword-of-the-Year Grand Prix 2009
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You call up your good friend on Friday night and ask him in Japanese, “Hey buddy, what are your plans for tonight?” He responds in Japanese, “Um, nothing…I just want to stay in and catch up on house chores and watch some television.” You reply in Japanese, “You’ve got to be [...]
UNICEF After Tsunami, Education & Recreation Solomon Islands
WESTERN PROVINCE, Solomon Islands, 10 July 2007 -- Young children living in the western part of the Solomon Islands have faced tough living conditions and a ...
Italian Renaissance Artists
No narration of images of the statue of David that may be offensive to some, this two minute video shows the most famous works of the artists of this time period.
Buddhism In Japan
This four minute narration with some images explains how Buddhism spread to Japan. The video offers students insights into the religion and how the various versions of the religion stresses different elements such as art.
History of St. Patrick's Day
This three minute video explains how St. Patrick's Day came to be and the legend behind the holiday. Many myths are discussed. A good overview of the day and easy for students to follow except for some religious terms such as Lent that may need an explanation. Also explains how the Irish immigrated to other countries and spread took their culture with them.
Roman Colosseum and the Gladiators
This three minute video show how gladiators, who were slaves, fought to the death in the Roman Colosseum as sport for thousands of spectators. The ten minute fights were officiated and this video explains the types of gladiators who would be pitting against each other. There are a lot of myths exposed in this well done video. Some images of violence.
The English Reformation
This two minute video explains how King HenryVIII's marital problems lead to a break with the Catholic Church and decades of conflict as England becomes a Protestant nation. The Protestant movement spreads through Europe and Queen Mary starts a war against the Protestants. This video does show some violence.
Martin Luther Sparks a Revolution
This three minute video explains the German monk's questioning of Catholic dogma that leads to the Protestant Reformation though his questioning of the values of the Catholic Church and its sale of indulgent behavior. A good biography.
This three minute video does an excellent job of showing how silk is made and the process is easy for the students to follow. (3:06)
Comparison of Meso American and Andean civilizations is the goal of this student made two minute video.
Guns of the Civil War
This ten minute video shows the guns and tactics used in the
Civil War and why they are considered the first modern weapons.The video explains the technological advances brought about by the Industrial Revolution, and the innovations of weapons makers like Winchester, whose lever action rifle was one of the most sought after and effective guns used in the War Between the States. Many interesting facts and interviews with weapons experts. There are five parts and a teacher needs to click on
What's Missing?: Preschool Games
What's Missing?: Preschool Games. Part of the series: Games for Pre-School. Show items to your class, have them cover their eyes, and remove one item in this preschool game called What's Missing? A fun game for preschool kids or little children in this video!
The Future of Capitalism and Globalisation: Global Perspectives and a European Agenda
The subprime crisis and the global recession are receding. But what will be their long-term consequences? What future awaits globalization, international relations, and the market economy? What are the global trends of crisis policies and what do they mean for the post-crisis world? These fundamental questions will be addressed at an evening debate that will offer both the big global picture and the view from the new EU Commissioner for Trade.
Cities Under Siege
Cities have become the new battleground of our increasingly urban world. From the slums of the global South to the wealthy financial centres of the West, Cities Under Siege traces how political violence now operates through the sites, spaces, infrastructures and symbols of the world's rapidly expanding metropolitan areas. Drawing on a wealth of original research, Graham shows how Western and Israeli militaries and security forces now perceive all urban terrain as a real or imagined conflict zone