Our Advice this Festive Season! (1925)
Don't get the hump because there's no mistletoe! Short and sweet, this item from the popular Topical Budget silent newsreel series originally rounded off their Christmas edition of 21 December 1925. For more information about Topical Budget newsreels, visit: http://www.screenonline.org.uk/film/id/583128/index.html
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Experience nature as never before as a young coyote must learn to survive on his own.  This professionally made video clip covers a year in the life of a coyote.  Run time 54:35.
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News #122 - This is the Year You Finally Learn Japanese!
This is it! Lucky 2011 is the year you stop procrastinating and finally learn Japanese and not just a few lines like “Hello” and “Sorry, I don’t speak Japanese” but REAL Japanese. You’re going to learn how the locals speak, perfect your pronunciation, grow your vocabulary and learn about Japanese culture so you’re totally ready [...]
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Parts 2 and 3 of this podcast are also available from the University of Nottingham
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20 = venti (we've already learned this one, but I thought I'd throw it in again.)

30 = trenta

40 = quaranta

50 = cinquanta

60 = sessanta

70 = settanta

80 = ottanta

90 = novanta

100 = cento


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