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AZERBAIJAN: DISCOVERING THE ARCHEOLOGICAL MONUMENTS OF NAKHCHIVAN

y Peter Tase

The Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan is a region with tremendous significance in the historical heritage and archeological wealth in the Republic of Azerbaijan.  172 more words

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Droplets of Verse: 'Jeremy Shoots Blanks'

Jeremy Paxman, synonymous with Mister Clarkson
Loaded questions and a lazy, limited lexicon
Sleaze bags squirm, waiting to be fried by Jezza
Paxman doesn’t juggle, goes straight for the jugular… 34 more words

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Easter Revision Challenge!

Happy Easter Holidays!

I hope that today’s presentations and Big Fat Quiz got you all in the mood for some poetry. As promised, here are 15 articles which link (some more tenuously than others) to the poems in the character and voice cluster. 216 more words

Character And Voice Poetry

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The famous writer O. Henry (who coincidentally called Austin home for several years) wrote a sad short story called “The Furnished Room,” which begins: “Restless, shifting, fugacious as time itself is a certain vast bulk of the population of the red brick district of the lower West Side.” Many English speakers won’t recognize the fancy word… 155 more words

Spanish Language

How to behave on the examination day (via AQA)

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

So it’s exam day

Here you can find out what to expect on the day, including guidance and advice on dealing with any unexpected issues that may come up and some tips on approaching your exam. 1,125 more words

English Language

RHIANNON SHARKEY asks: 'Will we ever be able to answer the language acquisition question?'

The way children acquire language is a heavily debated topic in linguistics. However is it doomed to be a never-ending battle in which an answer is never found? 755 more words

University Of Chester