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 …

Line engraving cold Speaking task Read aloud 23 practice

Line engraving cold Speaking task Read aloud 23 practice

Line engraving cold Speaking task Read aloud 23 practice 116. Read aloud Line engraving on metal, which, to a great extent, was a development of the goldsmith’s craft of ornamenting armor and precious metals, did not emerge as a print-making technique until well into the 15th century. Copper, the metal mainly used for engraving, was expensive, and engraving itself was laborious and took a long time. 117. Read Read More …

Design and use of flags speaking task Read aloud 22 Practice

Design and use of flags speaking task Read aloud 22 Practice

Design and use of flags speaking task Read aloud 22 Practice 111 Read aloud In the middle ages, the design and use of flags were considered a means of identifying social status. Flags were, therefore, the symbols not of nations, but of the nobility. The design of each flag resembled the “devices” on the noble’s Coat of Arms, and the size of the flag was an indication of Read More …

water people Speaking task practice Read aloud 21 practice

water people Speaking task practice Read aloud 21 practice

water people Speaking task practice Read aloud 21 practice 106 Read aloud The College has a fascinating museum dedicated to archaeology and anthropology. It contains information about many of the studies which have been carried out by members of the College over the five hundred years of its existence. There are many unique exhibits brought back from excavations and explorations in all the continents. 107 Read aloud History Read More …

school interviews Speaking task practice Read aloud 20

school interviews

school interviews Speaking task practice Read aloud 20 101. Read aloud The Italian alphabet has fewer letters in comparison with the English alphabet. Italian does not use the letters J. K, W, X or Y – except in borrowed words. However, young Italians are┬áincreasingly using the letter Kin words that. 102. Read aloud Summer hill School was regarded with considerable suspicion by the educational establishment. Lessons were optional Read More …