Early in the 19th century Speaking task exercise Read aloud 25 practice

Read aloud 25

Early in the 19th century Speaking task exercise Read aloud 25 practice 126 Read aloud Early in the 19th century, Wordsworth opposed the coming of the steam train to the Lake District, saying it would destroy its natural character. Meanwhile, Blake denounced the “dark satanic mills” of the Industrial Revolution. The conservation of the natural environment, however, did not become a major theme in politics until quite recently. Read More …

Hair experience Speaking task exercise Read aloud 24 practice

Hair experience Speaking task exercise Read aloud 24 practice

Hair experience Speaking task exercise Read aloud 24 practice 121. Read aloud The starting point of Bergson’s theory is the experience of time and motion. Time is the reality we experience most directly, but this doesn’t mean that we can capture this experience mentally. The past is gone and the future is yet to come. The only reality is the present, which is real through our experience. 122. Read More …