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 +  English Grammar

 Grammar - the verb

 Grammar - the pronoun

 English Lesson no.1

 English Lesson no.2

 English Lesson no.3

 English Lesson no.4

 English Lesson no.5

 English Lesson no.6

 English Lesson no.7

 Romanian Legends

 

 +  English Literature

Edgar Allan Poe

Mark Twain

William Shakespeare

The Tragedy Othello Brought On Himself

Iago - The evil in Othello

John Donne - The Canonization 

Keats - La Belle Dame Sans Merci

Keats - Ode on a Grecian Urn

Keats - To Autumn

Keats - Ode to a Nightingale

PB Shelley - Hymn to Intellectual Beauty

PB Shelley - Ozymandias

PB Shelley - Ode to the West Wind

William Blake – Songs of Innocence and Experience

PB Shelley - To a Skylark

Emily Bronte - The conflict between nature and civilization in Wuthering Heights

 

 +  The History of the Automobile

-Foreword

-The Beggining of the Automobile
-Production of Automobiles Begins
-How the Car Changed the County, Town by Town
-The Impact of the Automobile on the 20th Century
Famous Automobile Manufacturers
+Henry Ford
+Karl Benz
Automobiles and the Environment
Automobile Industry and Development
+Industry History and Development
+Modern Industry
Conclusion and Bibliography

 

 +  Online Books

 

Shakespeare W.
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Albert Einstein

The courses 1914-1921

 

Charles Darwin

Biography - Charles Darwin

 

Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol

 

Friedrich Nietzsche

On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense (1873)

 

Francis Bacon

The New Atlantis

 

Mark Twain

Mark Twain - Works

 

Noan Chomsky

Chomsky's answers to questions on anarchism

 

POEM

 

Why is it life so dear to us?
Why is it pure,magic and thus
Sparkling,hidden under mists of grass,
On the ground of sky
Lightened by the faithful moonly rye.
However absurd this definition seems
This is how I perceive it in my dreams:
As endless mask parades
With many intangible facades,
That run among and run within
The inner garden of the human sin
That run about and run away
To reach the Godly talk-the pray.

Some people say that life is parted
And that it has a season for every piece divided:
Poets see childhood as warm,calm springs
With rosy-flowers circling the souls as rings.
And say it is that gaiest time of May
But isn't there a SPRING in every day?
Others connect the summer with the teen
And think that sun,hot lands are to be seen
Only by young minds that like to meditate and lay
But isn't there a SUMMER all the way?

Still there are more that autumnly describe maturity

That link the ripefulness with a certain durity,
Resistence and faith in human heart
But isn't there an AUTUMN from the start?
White snow resembling old man's hair
Makes ones assume it is the winter's stair
That slowly leads us to the passing gate
But isn't there a WINTER in our fate?
Now life's seasons mingle in my mind
They turn around,reverse and bind.
And all I see is AUTUMN'S SPRING
That SUMMERY WINTER thus can bring.

 

By Rozana Radu

Welcome to the English Class, the place where you can practice your English !

We recommend reading "The complete works of William Shakespeare". By downloading the files in the "Free Downloads" section, you'll have full access to Shakespeare's works. By knowing William Shakespeare, you'll improve your English literature knowledge.

This section is still under construction, so please contact us in order to expand this English Class!

 Here are the English lessons:
 + English Lesson no. 1  + English Lesson no. 5
 + English Lesson no. 2  + English Lesson no. 6
 + English Lesson no. 3  + English Lesson no. 7
 + English Lesson no. 4  + Upload An Essay!!!

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In order to understand the conflict between nature and civilization in Wuthering Heights, we must first analyze the main characters, representing in their own way the nature and the civilized world. The Earnshaw family comes together with nature when the Lintons are a symbol for the culture... | Read more...

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The speaker, addressing a skylark, says that it is a "blithe Spirit" rather than a bird, for its song comes from Heaven, and from its full heart pours "profuse strains of unpremeditated art." The skylark flies higher and higher, "like a cloud of fire" in the blue sky, singing as it flies. In the "golden lightning" ... | Read more...

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In life, everyone needs to be able to trust one another and not fear deception. Unfortunately, some take advantage of others' faith in them, but this can usually be prevented if the trusting use a little scrutiny before believing a lie. Well remembered is the treachery of Othello's ancient, Iago, in the play Othello, by William Shakespeare. Though the misfortunes which ... | Read more...

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Romeo and Juliet, the West Side Story, both amazing stories both end in tragedy, one more some on less. They were both different, yet based on the same story line. There were a lot of similar things and a lot of different things. You will soon learn the differences, the similarities and the different atmosphere within each story. | Read more...

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Throughout all forms of literature, the author will often provide situations and characters, each which can contain a strong symbolic meaning. Symbolism allows a character to be expressed as almost anything. Through the symbolism of a single character, any type of character trait, story, or way of life can be told. Also, a character can represent a strong and demanding feeling. | Read more...

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Tess Durbeyfield is a victim of external and uncomprehended forces. Passive and yielding, unsuspicious and fundamentally pure, she suffers a weakness of will and reason, struggling against a fate that is too strong for her. Tess is the easiest victim of circumstance, society and male idealism, who fights the hardest fight yet... | Read more...

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