Monthly Archives For Апрель 2018

10 food idioms

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1. Apple of one’s eye – «зеница ока» или «свет очей» — данное выражение применяется к человеку, реже к предмету, к которому мы относимся с любовью, очень дорожим им. Mary is full of life and gaiety. She is an apple of my eye. – Мэри полна жизни и веселья. Она …

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Reported speech

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Reported speech is how we represent the speech of other people or what we ourselves say. There are two main types of reported speech: direct speech and indirect speech. Direct speech repeats the exact words the person used, or how we remember their words: Barbara said, “I didn’t realise it …

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A Prayer for Easter Sunday

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Lord God, You loved this world so much, That you gave your one and only Son, That we might be called your children too. Lord, help us to live in the gladness and grace Of Easter Sunday, everyday. Let us have hearts of thankfulness For your sacrifice. Let us have …

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Origin and history of Easter Eggs

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The most familiar symbol is the Easter egg. Like others, the egg has a long pre-Christian history. Again there’s no certainty as to why it became associated with Easter. Many Ancient cultures viewed eggs as a symbol of life. Hindus, Egyptians, Persians, and Phoenicians believed the world begun with an …

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Origin and history of Easter bunny easter bunny

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Origin and history of Easter bunny What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Easter? As a Christian, the first image might be the cross or the empty tomb. For the general public, a blitz of media images and merchandise on store shelves makes it …

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What is Easter: Understanding the History and Symbols

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What is Easter? Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb on the third day after his cruxifixion. Easter is the fulfilled prophecy of the Messiah who would be persecuted, die for our sins, and rise on the third day. (Isaiah 53). Remembering the resurrection of …

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