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  • Japanese Verbs
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    Japanese Verbs

    2 years ago

    Want to learn Japanese? Here are some useful verb tables including the formal or root form and the te form of the verb!

  • Japanese Alphabet and Vocab tables
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    Japanese Alphabet and Vocab tables

    2 years ago

    Want to learn Japanese? Here are some useful tables that you should learn, including their alphabet (Hiragana and Katakana) and some useful vocab and verbs (in Kanji where possible)

  • Day 5: Games and presents (05/01/14)
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    Day 5: Games and presents (05/01/14)

    4 years ago

    Today has probably been my most relaxing day of the year so far. I gave up with my readings and planning, and started to write some of my essay. I then rewarded myself with an ample amount of gaming and surprisingly received my belated Christmas...

  • Haiti Earthquake 2010
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    Haiti Earthquake 2010

    4 years ago

    This is a Geography case study for LEDC Earthquakes. This will be an easy to learn GCSE level case study for Geography. I'll include other resources to assist you in improving your knowledge and grades. Bold Text = Important Bold and Underlined...

  • Day 4: Action films! (04/01/14)
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    Day 4: Action films! (04/01/14)

    4 years ago

    Today was not a normal day for me... and here's why: I rarely watch films. Saying that, I must have watched about 15 over the holiday period - 4 today - but normally I don't watch films. Other news? I'm relatively content with life and have people...

  • Choosing your GCSEs
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    Choosing your GCSEs

    13 months ago

    I suppose you've come here, with the hope that this webpage will tell you which subjects you should take, and consequently, how your life will pan out after that! Well you won't find that here! - I mean, I'll try my best to give you some great...

  • Day 6: Returning to normal (06/01/14)
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    Day 6: Returning to normal (06/01/14)

    4 years ago

    So today seems to be the first day that is 'normal' again. I'm actually at home home, so not in halls until... maybe this friday? But anyways, my parents went back to work, siblings back to school, and me? Slept and wrote my essay! Who can blame me?...

  • Day 3: soldiering on (03/01/14)
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    Day 3: soldiering on (03/01/14)

    4 years ago

    It might not surprise you that having the motivation to continue to write daily is not easy... with deadlines fast approaching for some of my university work, as well as me procrastinating, it doesn't help that I want to write this blog. But I know...

  • Top 10 reasons for taking Geography at school
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    Top 10 reasons for taking Geography at school

    6 years ago

    Michael Palin once said "Geography is the subject which holds the key to our future", and he is completely correct! Every single part of our lives involves Geography, from the clothes you wear, to the water you drink, to the towns, cities and...

  • 6 Ways to Improve your Health
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    6 Ways to Improve your Health

    4 years ago

    Do you feel sluggish or tired? Lacking in energy or concentration? Here are 6 easy and simple tips to improve your overall health and ultimately your life. You might find that not all are to your liking, but if you choose a few and try to stick with...

  • Day 1: a new year (01/01/14)
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    Day 1: a new year (01/01/14)

    4 years ago

    So hi... I guess. I'm not too sure how long this will last, but I will try my best to keep it going as a way to keep track of my year. I want to use this blog as a way of looking back over the year and seeing what I've gone through. The idea to do...

  • To Kill A Mockingbird revision guide: Themes and Symbols
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    To Kill A Mockingbird revision guide: Themes and Symbols

    2 years ago

    The 'Themes and Symbols' section of this 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee revision guide series. Covering themes, key quotes, and literary connections within the book.

  • To Kill a Mockingbird Revision Guide: Literary Techniques
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    To Kill a Mockingbird Revision Guide: Literary Techniques

    2 years ago

    The 'literary techniques' section of this 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee revision guide series. Covering themes, key quotes, and literary connections within the book.

  • To Kill A Mockingbird revision guide: Characters
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    To Kill A Mockingbird revision guide: Characters

    2 years ago

    The character review section of this 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Harper Lee revision guide series. Covering themes, key quotes, literary connections, and personality traits.

  • Steve Reich: 'Electric Counterpoint' 3rd Movement 'Fast' (1987)
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    Steve Reich: 'Electric Counterpoint' 3rd Movement 'Fast' (1987)

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work The minimalist piece Electric Counterpoint by Steve Reich, an American composer, was written in 1987. The piece has 3 sections: fast, slow, and fast. Reich composed 2 versions for this piece - one...

  • W. A. Mozart: 1st Movement ‘Allegro’ from Symphony no. 40 in G minor (1788)
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    W. A. Mozart: 1st Movement ‘Allegro’ from Symphony no. 40 in G minor (1788)

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is an Austrian composer who was born Salzburg in 1756 and lived in Vienna during his later life. His compositions and works are probably the most famous and is by far the...

  • Leonard Bernstein: ‘Something’s Coming’ from West Side Story (1958)
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    Leonard Bernstein: ‘Something’s Coming’ from West Side Story (1958)

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work The American musical West Side Story was written in 1957. Leonard Bernstein composed the music and Stephen Sondheim came up with the lyrics. It's a musical with a jazzy feel, taken from...

  • Moby: ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ from the album Play (1999)
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    Moby: ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ from the album Play (1999)

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work The DJ Moby, born in New York is a popular singer-songwriter and performer who explored the use of electronic means of creating music. He was born in 1965 and plays keyboard, guitar, bass guitar...

  • Capercaillie: Skye Waulking Song from the album Nadurra (2000)
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    Capercaillie: Skye Waulking Song from the album Nadurra (2000)

    2 years ago

    Capercaillie is a Scottish band who combine traditional Gaelic folk music and elements of rock music. Their sound is a fusion of the two styles and could be described as Celtic rock. The Skye Waulking Song (Chuir m'athair mise dhan taigh...

  • Day 2: thinking (02/01/14)
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    Day 2: thinking (02/01/14)

    4 years ago

    So today was the second day of the year, and also the second day I have written this blog. I still have no idea where I wish to take this piece of writing. Nor do I know what to ever write about. But I'm sure I'll think of something... Today was a...

  • Help with subjects
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    Help with subjects

    2 years ago

    Everyone is bad at something. But no one is perfect at everything. This means we all have room to improve ourselves! When at school, it can sometimes be quite stressful to revise when you've never really had to before! Well have no fear! Here I...

  • How to clean your keyboard
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    How to clean your keyboard

    2 years ago

    If you're an active desk-jocky or computer-holic, you'll probably know that your keyboard seems to get the best and worst of everything! I understand your pain: working away and you get a hair, or crumb stuck down the side of the 'u' key, no way...

  • Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004
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    Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004

    5 years ago

    This is a Geography case study for LEDC Tsunamis. This will be an easy to learn GCSE level case study for Geography. I'll include other resources to assist you in improving your knowledge and grades. Bold Text = Important Bold and Underlined Text...

  • Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011 Case study
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    Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011 Case study

    4 years ago

    This is a Geography case study for MEDC Earthquakes and Tsunami's. This will be an easy to learn GCSE level case study for Geography. I'll include other resources to assist you in improving your knowledge and grades. Bold Text = Important Bold...

  • Rag Desh
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    Rag Desh

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work Rag Desh is an Indian Raga with several different versions (3 to be exact). They are taught by oral tradition, (schools where students learn from their masters - called master-student tradition). ...

  • Koko: 'Yiri'
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    Koko: 'Yiri'

    2 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work Koko was born in sub-Saharan Africa in a country called Burkina Faso. He always wanted to share music and decided to get his music produced in a studio, producing many songs including 'Yiri'. ...

  • Miles Davis: ‘All Blues’ from the album Kind of Blue (1959)
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    Miles Davis: ‘All Blues’ from the album Kind of Blue (1959)

    5 years ago

    The American jazz trumpiter, Miles Davis, was born in 1926 and died in '91. He introduced new styles of jazz into the world. Davis studied in New York at 'Julliard School of Music' but left to play professional be-bop and jazz. He later played a...

  • Jeff Buckley: ‘Grace’ from the album Grace (1994)
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    Jeff Buckley: ‘Grace’ from the album Grace (1994)

    6 years ago

    The singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley was born in California in 1966 and was the son of the singer Tim Buckley. Both father and son possessed powerful voices with great emotional depth which allowed them to both become famous muscians. Tim Buckley died...

  • A great Trifle recipe for Sunday dinner!
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    A great Trifle recipe for Sunday dinner!

    4 years ago

    This is a great recipe for a traditional trifle for that all important Sunday dinner! This version doesn't use any jelly, so if you have a few vegetarians with you for dinner, there's no need to crack open the 'special jelly' (FYI, my girlfriend is...

  • Arnold Schoenberg: ‘Peripetie’ from Five Orchestral Pieces
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    Arnold Schoenberg: ‘Peripetie’ from Five Orchestral Pieces

    3 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work Born in Vienna, Austria in 1874, Schoenberg felt tonal music was too restrictive and couldn't completely describe the extent of human emotions, especially dark emotions, so therefore his works were...

  • F. Chopin: Piano Prelude No. 15 in D flat Major (Raindrop Prelude)
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    F. Chopin: Piano Prelude No. 15 in D flat Major (Raindrop Prelude)

    6 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work Born in Poland in 1810, Chopin eventually moved to Paris where he fell in love with the French novelist Amantine Dupin. He died at the tender age of 39 from tuberculosis. Chopin was a pianist and...

  • George Frederic Handel: ‘And the Glory of the Lord’ from the Messiah (1742)
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    George Frederic Handel: ‘And the Glory of the Lord’ from the Messiah (1742)

    6 years ago

    Revision notes for the Edexcel GCSE Scheme of work 'And the Glory of the Lord' is a piece, chorus, which has been taken from Handel's oratorio Messiah (1741). This oratorio was written for an SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) choir and orchestra. ...

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