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Disloyalty and disobedience have been causes for some of the largest events in history. Someone’s disobedience and disloyalty can cause confusion and breakdown of society and ultimately end up with death. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, almost every character was disobedient or disloyal at one point in the play. The characters in the play were disobedient and disloyal because of revenge, hate, and greed. Greed is a major force that makes characters disobedient or disloyal in Romeo and Juliet. One incident is Paris’ disloyalty to Capulet. Capulet believed this arranged marriage would help Juliet overcome her grief for Tybalt. However, Paris’ plans were much different than Capulet’s. By marrying Juliet, Paris would gain a higher status. He would also inherit the whole Capulet estate. Paris is being disloyal to Capulet because he believes he likes Juliet but he truly doesn’t. He also spends more time talking to Capulet than…

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1 Introduction Dr. House is a pretty well established US TV series. Since its release in 2004 the series has been permanently popular and in 2008 it was broadcasted to 66 countries attaining overall 81.8 million viewers. In other words: Dr. House is the most successful television show in the world. This is also approved by a lot of awards the series has received. For example Dr. House was nominated for six golden globes and obtained two of them. Overall six seasons of the series has been produced including entire 132 episodes. But why is this series so successful. Why should it be worth watching? And what is so special about that Dr. House? 2 Dr. House – The TV Series Image 1: Main characters of Dr. House 2.1 Origin It was Paul Attanasio, who came up with the idea of a medical drama after he has read an article…

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Building muscles has not been the easiest task to accomplish despite regular and hard work-out schedules along with experimenting new types of supplements and workouts. It is necessary that 95 percent exercises for abs that are done regularly at the gym to be multi joint and compound exercises as these lead to a better chance of getting the lean, powerful and ripped look. 1. The various requisite focus exercises are: horizontal press for upper body (bench press, dips, pushups), horizontal rows for upper body (bent-over barbell rows, one arm dumbbell rows, seated cable rows), vertical pull for upper body (pull downs, chin ups, pull ups), vertical press for upper body (overhead barbell and dumbbell presses, kettle bell or bar bell clean and presses), squatting movements for lower body (overhead squats, front squats, bodyweight squats, back squats), dead-lifting movements for lower body (Romanian dead-lifts, sumo dead-lifts, regular dead-lifts), single movements of…

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Hutchinson Waters describes ESP is an acronym for English for specific purposes and it refers to a strong movement which is rapidly spreading all over the world. ESP is very powerful itself and effective for every fields of life. ESP regard as a field in which the learners can overcome their learning problems remaining in the specific area of their needs. ESP is helpful, keeping in view the fact that it satisfied the learner’s particularity then needs. Nowadays, classrooms are learner’s centered and the Teacher has to work more on their needs and Teacher work as essential aid to the learner for development. Definitions of ESP by Different Scholars Different scholars have given different definition of ESP over the passage of time some of them are given below: According to Evans (1977) ESP is delineating to encounter the distinct needs of the learners.ESP emphasis on the language appropriateness and its…

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Speech analysis is an evaluation of different aspects of the speech presentation. It is a critical skill to study a speech and how to deliver an effective speech. It is one of the twenty-five essential for a public speaker. It includes whether you attend the speech presentation, or view a video or read the speech text. Speech analysis is very important because the ability to analyze a speech will accelerate the growth of any speaker. It also will maximise the impact of the next speech presentation of a speaker. A common thing that happens after a speech is that you will start evaluating yourself right from the moment you leave the stage. Did everything go as planned? What did the audience think? Frequently, you will get so caught up in presenting your speech that you lose track of how the audience is reacting and responding. That’s why getting feedback after…

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Different culture different life With China entry the WTO and will hold the Olympic Games in 2008, the relationship between China and Western in politics, economy, culture will become more and more close. It is undoubtedly that the etiquette will play an important role in this process. To the definition of etiquette, China and Western have a different understanding. As Chinese thinks that the etiquette is the common behavior standards that all the members must obey, and its purpose is to keep the normal living order of the society. In ancient China, a famous philosopher thinks that etiquette is a principal to deal with the relationship between man and supernatural beings, man and ghosts, man and men. There are also many words about etiquette in English. For example, courtesy which means courteous behavior, good manners;protocol which means system of rules governing formal occasion, e .g, meetings,between governments, diplomats, etc. And…

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Considering studying in a foreign country can be seen as a very daunting experience, either an act of great courage or madness as innumerable difficulties rise on the way; however, to take in consideration the possibility to do so, it is, for learners of a foreign language an excellent opportunity and certainly not proof of inconsiderate behaviour. The benefits of studying a language in the context where the language is spoken and those of studying in the country of origin are very different. On one hand, even though it is undeniably true that learning a language with native speakers brings more results, students are left many times with no clear explanation of grammatical rules that just come natural to natives. When asked if being taught Japanese by a native speaker of Japanese was better than being taught by a non-native speaker, the author of an online blog that encouraged people…

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In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley depicts how people sacrifice their relationships, specifically family, in order to having the feeling of happiness. The people only have a temporary, self-centered, kind of happiness instead of true joy or strong emotions. They do not realize how much they are missing out, because they have never been around anything different; they are only told of the horrors of strong emotions or attachments and they are conditioned to think everyone is happy. Today’s society is similar in the way that people are focused on the here and now, feelings, what makes you feel right, what you want. Though everyone is conditioned to some extent, you can be glad that you experience love, real joy, pain, or suffering, real emotions, not just temporary ones. You need to choose to decisions that will lead to true happiness. Learning to deal with the hard things in life…

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In comparing and contrasting Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find”(1955) and Joyce Carol Oates’s “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been”(1966) the reader can find many similarities and differences between The Misfit in “A Good Man is Hard to Find” and Arnold Friend in “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been”. The paper will take a look at these two characters and analyze their relationships with each stories’ main character as well as how they reflect certain aspects of religions. In Joyce Carol Oates’s story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been” Arnold Friend’s character shows up at Connie’s place when she is all alone, with his side kick and his golden convertible. At first Arnold tries to charm this young girl into getting in his car, but Connie quickly realizes that Arnold is not the young man she thought he was. She has…

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In this essay, the character of Claudius from Hamlet is shown as a quintessential Machiavellian character. Niccolo Machiavelli wrote the book entitled The Prince, and is known by some for making the guidelines on how to become the best prince through lies, corruption, evil, and murder. This essay examines how Claudius, the King of Denmark fulfills these guidelines. Claudius’ Machiavellian character is shown through the way he deceives others about his virtue, his development of schemes, and his belief that rules can easily be broken. “A Machiavellian character is not hard to come by, and ample exist around us today. A person of this characteristic will break rules, pretend to be virtuous, plan schemes, and do anything they must, in order to receive what they strive for. In Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, a perfect example of such a character is displayed in Claudius, the New King of Denmark. Claudius performs…

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