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ano ang ibig sabihin ng umalma

ano ang umalma?

Last Update: 2014-07-29
Subject: General
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ano ang ibig sabihin ng reuse reduce recycle?

ano ang ibig sabihin Ng muling paggamit bawasan recycle?

Last Update: 2014-07-29
Subject: General
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action

Drama

Last Update: 2014-03-15
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Action potential

Aksiyon potensiyal

Last Update: 2014-07-13
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rising intonation


Last Update: 2014-06-03
Subject: General
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Action movie

Aksiyon

Last Update: 2013-11-25
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Maupay nahinomdom dere puro lata dapat upod an action!

Maupay nahinomdom dere puro lata dapat upod

Last Update: 2014-06-17
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we need large scale programmatic efforts based on ragional cooperation and local level action to make sure they are sustained for future generations

kailangan namin ng malaking scale pagsisikap program batay sa ragional pakikipagtulungan at mga lokal na pagkilos na antas upang masiguro na ang mga ito ay matagal para sa mga henerasyon sa hinaharap

Last Update: 2014-07-20
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The little boy lives with his aunt and uncle on a dead-end street in Dublin, in a house formerly occupied by a now deceased priest. The boy is impressed and somewhat mystified by the moldy books—a historical romance, a pious tract, and a detective autobiography—and other reminders of the previous tenant. The action of the story begins with the children’s games, played in the lanes and backyards of the neighborhood during the winter twilight. These games end when the sister of one of the boys—named Mangan—calls her little brother in to his tea. The image of this girl standing in the lighted doorway so fixes itself in the boy’s imagination that he begins to pursue her shyly in the street. Even in the bustle of the weekly grocery shopping, he carries with him a feeling about her that amounts to something like mystical rapture. Then, one day, while the other little boys are playing, she asks him if he is going to a bazaar, named Araby. She is unable to go because of religious activities at her school, but he undertakes to go and bring her a gift instead. This brief conversation and the prospect of the trip to the bazaar causes the boy to lose concentration on his lessons and regard his playmates with disdain. The Saturday of the bazaar is acutely agonizing for the boy. He has to wait all day long for his uncle to come home and give him the required pocket money. He withdraws from play and wanders through the upper empty rooms of the house, dreaming of the girl. His apprehension during suppertime is compounded by the chatter of a visiting woman. Finally, at nine o’clock, his uncle arrives home, somewhat drunk, for his dinner. He greets the boy’s anxious reminder of his trip with some patronizing cliches. When he sets out at last, the boy finds that he is alone on the special train arranged for the bazaar, and finally arrives there at 9:50 p.m. In his haste, he pays the adult fee at the turnstile, only to find that the bazaar is just about to close and the day’s take is being counted. Hesitantly, he approaches one of the few stalls still open, one selling pottery. The young lady in charge of this stall pauses momentarily in her flirtatious banter with two young men to attend to the boy’s diffident interest in her wares. He is so put off by all his disappointments and her tone of voice, however, that he at once decides not to buy anything. Instead, he simply stands there in the middle of the darkening bazaar, incensed at the betrayal of his hopes and the shattering of his illusions.

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-07-29
Subject: General
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This story is not exactly of a love relationship, but more of memories and fantasies. There is no relationship happening at the moment. The thing Nadya Zelenin does most is remember the good times she had with Gorny and Gruzdyov; the time they used to love her.Nadya is fooling herself by saying in the letter to Gorny that he doesn't love her. I think that she just wants to make Gorny and herself to feel sorry for her. She just wants Gorny to be after her telling her that she loves her. She wants to play hard to get. Nadya wants or needs attention. Deep inside of her that's what she really wants.The title "After the Theatre" refers to the fact that Nadya was influenced by the performance of Eugene Onegin and Tatyana. Onegin didn't love Tatyana (maybe later he did), but she loved him a lot. Nadya found it beautiful and romantic, so she wanted to do that with Gorny. She started fantasizing after the theatre performance, and she wanted to play that role in her life. She started writing a letter to Gorny the way Tatyana did to Eugene.The characterization of Nadya Zelenin is: She's a 16 year old girl that has illusions. One who fantasizes and doesn't really take love seriously. She doesn't really know what love is. She plays around with boys feelings. If Gorny and Gruzdyov are serious about her, she doesn't take them seriously. She may just like to satisfied herself. Also, she gets influenced a lot by the things she sees. For example, when she went to the theatre, she wanted to play the role of the performers in her life. After she went to the theatre, it had an influence on her. She likes to get attention. She plays hard to get with boys. I don't think she is herself. She depends on outside events to apply them in her life. She doesn't do things on her own; the actions she takes don't come out of herself, but out of unreal situations (theatre).The plot: Nadya starts writing the letter to Gorny influenced by the theatre performance. Then, she starts to remember Gruzdyov and feels that she should write to him instead. They both were in love with her. She tears the letter that she started writing to Gorny. Suddenly, she starts thinking about both of them. She doesn't love them, but she likes to play around with them. She thinks about both of them, and she is so happy about them. Then she goes and sits on her bed, smiling.The humor: At the beginning, Nadya finds beautiful and romantic when person A is a not interested in person B, but person B is interested in person A. It's funny for her to think or feel this way. And she's so overwhelmed by the idea.Anton Chekhov uses framing or enclosing method-organizational application of place, time and object. Chekhov starts with a certain setting and ends the story with that same setting. The story begins with Nadya going to her room and throwing off her dress and letting her hair down. At the end of the story, she goes back to her room and sits on her bed.The language usage is simple and understandable. One can relate to the language because it's similar to how we speak today. The language doesn't have a difficult accent. It has common words that we use daily, for example, garden, darkness. clear skies, starts and cool breeze.The main character's name, "Nadya" influences on my perception of the character. The name reminds me of the Spanish word, "nada" meaning nothing. In the story, Nadya thinks about Gorny and Gruzdyov and nothing else. It seems that there's nothing else on her mind.I didn't like the ending because I was expecting more of an impact. Well, she was only 16. She imagined that things were going to happen a certain way. It would've been better if she would've decided for one of them. Nadya was a little girl being overwhelmed by her own dreams and illusions.

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-07-24
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Filipino family values are based on four basic principles. These are emotional closeness and security in a family, approval from authority and society, economic and social betterment, and patience, endurance, and suffering. Values consists of ultimate ends, goals, or purposes of social action.

Seguridad

Last Update: 2014-03-10
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Therefore thou shalt say unto them, Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; Drink ye, and be drunken, and spue, and fall, and rise no more, because of the sword which I will send among you.
Jeremiah 25.27

At iyong sasabihin sa kanila, Ganito ang sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo, ng Dios ng Israel, Kayo'y magsiinom, at kayo'y mangagpakalasing, at kayo'y magsisuka, at mangabuwal, at huwag na kayong magsibangon, dahil sa tabak na aking pasasapitin sa inyo.
Jeremiah 25.27

Last Update: 2012-05-06
Subject: Religion
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So Ahaz sent messengers to Tiglath-pileser king of Assyria, saying, I am thy servant and thy son: come up, and save me out of the hand of the king of Syria, and out of the hand of the king of Israel, which rise up against me.
2 Kings 16.7

Sa gayo'y nagsugo si Achaz ng mga sugo kay Tiglath-pileser na hari sa Asiria, na ipinasabi, Ako ang iyong lingkod at ang iyong anak: ikaw ay umahon, at iligtas mo ako sa kamay ng hari sa Siria at sa kamay ng hari sa Israel, na bumabangon laban sa akin.
2 Kings 16.7

Last Update: 2012-05-06
Subject: Religion
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Actions

Aksiyon

Last Update: 2012-04-19
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rise

bumangon

Last Update: 2011-11-01
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rise

sisikat

Last Update: 2011-06-21
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