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09 Oct 2023

The English Football League

Case study - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

The English Football Championship, founded in 1888, is the oldest professional football competition. It gathers 72 clubs from England and Wales. The competition was originally organized into three divisions: the Championship, League One, and League Two. The operations centre is located in...

08 Oct 2023

The Notion of Cultural Identity in The Waiter's Wife and Angels in America

Essay - 3 pages - Linguistics & languages

As Margaret J. Wheatley, who studies organizational behaviour, once noted that "There (was) no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about", we may question, especially since the most prevalent ghettoization suspicions in many places around the world, with all the...

04 Oct 2023

The globe and Mail, Canada's top employers raise the bar - Diane Jermyn (2018) - How Canadian employers work to make the lives of their employees better?

Law article commentary - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

Employers are setting up programs to boost their employees' productivity from leadership training and formal mentoring to experiential initiatives. Personal development programs, which enable them to improve as individuals by developing good emotional intelligence, i.e. learning to manage...

27 Sep 2023

The Syrian Conflict: Effectiveness and Ethics of the Bombing by the United States, Britain, and France

Essay - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

An alliance led by the US, Britain, and France has been bombarding targets in Syria since 2015. Nevertheless, different events must be distinguished. On the first hand, some bombings took place in order to fight against Daesh. Iraq asked for the help of other countries in order to wipe out...

26 Sep 2023

Postcard from London

Creative writing - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document includes a postcard from London in a dynamic and humorous tone.

26 Sep 2023

English grammar - Modal forms and use of 'can' and 'may'

Case study - 4 pages - Linguistics & languages

In English grammar, there are several modal verbs (can, could, may, might, will, would, should to, must and shall). These modals are generally used to express functions like permission, ability, obligation, lack of necessity, advice, possibility or probability. Each one of modal verbs expresses...

19 Sep 2023

Two revision sheets for the English oral exam of the baccalauréat

Revision sheet - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

In this document you will find two revision sheets for the English oral exam of the baccalauréat on the themes The Idea of Progress and Places and Forms of Power.

17 Sep 2023

Oral presentation on historical topics

Presentation - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document provides answers to a series of questions designed for an oral presentation on historical topics. Why did you choose to study history? Why is history so important for our present and our future?

15 Sep 2023

London post card writing exercise

Creative writing - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

Dear mom and dad, I have just arrived in London and the city is fantastic! I have two weeks to visit all the places and to buy as many souvenirs as I can, but I am not sure I will have enough money! And there is also a problem with prices, I am not accustomed to pounds so I must convert all the...

15 Sep 2023

English - Talking about... - Speaking exercises

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Linguistics & languages

In this document, you will find some exercises to improve your speaking skills.

08 Sep 2023

Motivation letter for the MEEF Master's Program Second degree

Tutorials/exercises - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document is a motivation letter for MEEF MASTER second degree candidates who wishes to integrate a university course.

28 Aug 2023

Myths and Heroes

Essay - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

Myths are stories and heroes are the people who support it, and both are part of our collective imaginary. They are so different from boring people and life that we feel interested. Could we also become heroes? We will first define and take a look at the myths and heroes we know, and then we will...

28 Aug 2023

Idea of Progress : sport performances

Essay - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

We should start saying that progress is simply a positive evolution. This can be applied to all sorts of subjects but today I will be talking about sports performances because limits are pushed further. But can we consider this real progress?

28 Aug 2023

Leeds Woollen Workers Petition (1786) and Letter from Leeds Cloth Merchants (1791) - Introduction to Civilization

Tutorials/exercises - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

This is a commentary of two documents: the Leeds Woollen Workers Petition (1786) and the Letter from Leeds Cloth Merchants (1791) by answering the following questions: - Present the two documents (type). - Who are the authors of the documents? - Who are they addressed to? - What are the messages?...

26 Aug 2023

To what extent can Housefathers truly identify as heroes?

Presentation - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

Non-conforming sexuality has long been a factor of violence and discrimination. Over the years, the gay community organized into ‘Houses': small, tight-knit safe spaces working as families, in which these people, long being harassed, could enjoy their sexuality and culture freely,...

03 Aug 2023

Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus - Mary Shelley (1818) - How does Mary Shelley transition from the time Victor Frankenstein was very excited and joyful about his project, to realizing it was a foolish and horrific idea?

Tutorials/exercises - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

Frankenstein is the most famous novel by Mary Shelley; it became a classic of literature and has been adapted many times since its creation. During her lifetime, Mary Shelley wrote around ten books, including poems and novels. Frankenstein is her second work, and also the most famous one. It...

03 Aug 2023

King as disturber of the peace - Vincent Gordon Harding (1987) - The substitution of the advocate's meaningful struggle for an iconic representation

Text commentary - 5 pages - Linguistics & languages

"King as Disturber of the Peace" is an essay written by Vincent Gordon Harding, exploring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this essay, Harding presents an alternative perspective on King's role in society, challenging the conventional image of King as a passive and peaceful...

14 Feb 2023

Modal verbs

Course material - 6 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document contains lessons and examples on the use of modal verbs in english.

15 Dec 2022

Great Expectations, chapter 39 - Charles Dickens (1860) - Reading comprehension

Book review - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

In this extract, we find out that the convict is Pip's patron! Pip is shocked and sad, because it means all his dreams for Estella are dashed to pieces. The language used by Dickens contributes to Pip's downfall; Magwitch slowly but surely unveils the whole story to Pip, using formal...

12 Nov 2022

The history of the English language

Speech - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

Today, the purpose of my conference is to present you the history of the English language and its evolution, and I will conclude with the impacts of this language in the world nowadays. So first of all, English was born circa the fifth century, when The Romans (who spoke Latin) left England in AD...

18 Jul 2022

English Test Correction: Geopolitical Relations in Great Britain and Australia

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document contains an English test including sentences and expressions to translate, as well as questions on geopolitical relations about Great Britain and Australia.

06 May 2021

Baa Baa, Black Sheep - Rudyard Kipling (1888) - Questions and answers

Tutorials/exercises - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

A tale is told to a child at night while he is put to bed, right before he falls asleep. There are several characters in the scene: Punch, the ayah, the hamal, Meeta, a Surti boy and Judy. Punch is the child who is being told the story and seems to be the son of an important character, as he is...

27 Mar 2021

Nelson Mandela - a biography

Biography - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

This is a work for an English lesson, on Mandela's life. This document lists all the most important events of his life.

08 Feb 2021

How you think EAP is different from general English?

Essay - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

English for Academic Purpose (EAP) is a course included in the preparatory program of the bachelor's degree in order to improve students' capacities in English. Some students argue that EAP is like the secondary school English system but a little more advanced in that EAP represents a...

24 Nov 2020

Private life of American Politics - a commentary of article images

Text commentary - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages


27 Jul 2015

Native English speakers of the world

Essay - 3 pages - Linguistics & languages

Native speakers of English are approximately 430 million people in the world. However, the number of native and non-native speakers is approximated to be 2 billion people. English is the third largest language in terms of the number of speakers after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. In contrast,...

24 Jul 2015

The effects of Norman culture and language on the Saxons

Essay - 1 pages - Linguistics & languages

Change is an inevitable part of existence. Throughout history man has evolved in terms of philosophy, theology, and ideology. Sir Walter Scott provides an identification of the additional elements involved in change through his novel, Ivanhoe. Societal and linguistic changes were the result of...

17 Dec 2012

Life as an indentured servant in Colonial Maryland

Case study - 2 pages - Linguistics & languages

My name is Sarah Malie and I am what you would refer to as an indentured servant. I am twenty-four years old and was born in London, England. My mother was originally from there and my father, Sidney Malie, came to London from Glasgow, Scotland. We were a poor family that had too many mouths...

25 May 2012

The effects of feminism in the english language

Case study - 4 pages - Linguistics & languages

During recent decades, feminist commentators have adopted a critical view of various aspects of the English language, arguing that in the English language and many sentence structures and models evolve around the male figure ( Sexist language had been a significant...

13 Feb 2011

Speech acts

Essay - 10 pages - Linguistics & languages

In the present research, the researcher will examine 13 main points, each of which will be followed by other subtitles. Throughout these headlines and subtitles, speech acts are going to be investigated in terms of three main stages. The first stage is about Austin's first dichotomy which...