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Historia USA

Notatki z historii USA - Wykład
INDIANS Name appeared as a result of mistake in 1492. Native Americans =Amerindians 40 000 years ago – people from Asia travelled to Americas through the ice bridge via Beringa (now: Bering Strait – cieśnina) They reached South America later, about 9 000 years ago (loads of them stayed in North America, but some travelled to South America because lack of food – they followed the animals). NATIVE AMERICANS       Numerous tribes (in 15th c...

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Historia USA

Notatki z Historii USA
INDIANS Name appeared as a result of mistake in 1492. Native Americans =Amerindians 40 000 years ago – people from Asia travelled to Americas through the ice bridge via Beringa (now: Bering Strait – cieśnina) They reached South America later, about 9 000 years ago (loads of them stayed in North America, but some travelled to South America because lack of food – they followed the animals). NATIVE AMERICANS       Numerous tribes (in 15th century ab...

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features of germanic languages

features of germanic languages
Germanic languages possess several unique features, such as the following: 1 The leveling of the Indo-European verbal system of tense and aspect into the present tense and the past tense (also called the preterite) 2 A large class of verbs that use a dental suffix (/d/ or /t/) instead of vowel alternation (Indo-European ablaut) to indicate past tense; these are called the Germanic weak verbs; the remaining verbs with vowel ablaut are the Germanic strong verb...

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bullet train

bullet train

Like a snakes littering to a circle station, this is the Shinkansen from Tokyo, the rest of the world knows it as a Bullet Train. It is taken any 2,5 hours  to travel the 350 miles from Tokyo and cost about 150 dollars. The platform guards are particular checking the exact moment of the arrival. One second late. What else in the world will do that? The wonder they all tak...

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essay about organic food

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Kamila Brzozowska, year 3, group A Jeffrey Kluger, in his article for Time (Sept. 6, 2010) tries to answer the title question: “What’s So Great About Organic Food?” He cries that human bodies’ culinary preferences have no reflection in what we should eat according to doctors, families and the food purists. The claim that people should switch from conventional to organic products is almost omnipresent. However, the last group states a very small pe...