embarrassment of taking China Accreditation Test for Translators and Interpreters has haunted me. Much as I was reminded, I didn't get accustomed to having no convenient, time-consuming electronic dictionaries in hand but two bulky, brick-like paper ones. Frustrated as I was at that time, I can't focus on my test in time. It was not long before I was a passionate defender of the Internet, though. It is no denying the fact that the emergence of network changes our world by leaps and bounds. Anyone that
addition, the easy access of Internet is helping students to gain more information and conduct researches. Also, having many applications in one device is making education easier. For example, my 8 years-old brother is using Adnan the Holy Quran Teacher to help him memories the Holy Quran. On the other hand, smartphones can cause addiction to entertainment application, which leads to distraction to the learning environment especially to
Character Analysis Worksheet Character Name: Thana (feminine form of Greek Thanatos, meaning "death) Melanthios (derived from Greek "black, dark" and "flower") 1. Character Age: 19 2. Physical Characteristics: Voice: Thana’s voice can be described as matter of fact and commanding. Due to her upbringing, as heir to the throne, she has been taught to speak in a manner that demands respect. Posture: Once again, due she has being taught to sit and stand in a way that is dignified and intimidating.
Although both genetic engineering and traditional plant breeding is carried out in order to improve a trait of an organism. Genetic engineering alters the genes of an organism by inserting a new gene into the organism in the laboratory. On the other hand, traditional breeding moves genes by mating or crossing the organisms for a specific trait. Although it is artificially manipulated, the process of how the genes are developed and passed on is naturally happened. In comparison of genetic engineering
From my analysis of the first chapter of “The Flowering of the Mediaeval Ages” entitled “The Structure of Mediaeval Society” I concluded that medieval society had various structures. I believe that mediaeval society could be characterized by social statuses and by power structures. These social statuses include the destitute, wealthy, monarchy and hierarchy and power structures which includes the authoritative role of the church. The first passage of chapter one entitled “The Pope and the beggar”