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  • Terms

    Summaries, Notes for secondary school5  

    salary – (alga, atalgojums) money that you receive as payment from organization you work for, usually paid to you every month overtime – (virsstundas, virsstundu darba laiks) ...

  • For Various Articles from "The Baltic Times"

    Summaries, Notes for secondary school17  

    n this article on Domestic row ends in explosive tragedy it say’s that the bomb explosion that triggered fears of terrorism and took the lives of the bomber and one officer in ...

  • Three Wishes

    Essays for elementary school1  

    If I were granted three wishes, I would find it extremely difficult to decide which three to choose. However, despite this, I would probably choose the following three. First of ...

  • Home Reading

    Summaries, Notes for secondary school3  

    Key word information Key sentence “But the colonists and the North American Indians of the seventeenth century were information paupers, who rarely saw a newspaper.” (p. 9) ...

  • Vēstures terminu vārdnīca angļu valodā

    Summaries, Notes for university11  

    U 481. Upland – pakalns 482. Under pressure – zem spiediena 483. Unified – vienots 484. University – universitāte V 485. Valley – ieleja; - vale, dale 486. Vandalism – ...

  • Unemployment in Latvia

    Presentations for secondary school10  

    Reasons for unemployment Unwilling/unable to relocate to where your skills/experience are needed Your job search could benefit from more breadth and depth for you to discover ...

  • Brain Down the Drain or the Loss of Human Capital of Latvia

    Research Papers for university25  

    Conclusions The authors evaluated the effects of brain drain on the economy of Latvia, as well as provided some solutions, which can be practically implemented. Given the topic of ...

  • The United States of America

    Essays for university8  

    There are fifty states in the United States of America. Two of these states, Alaska and Hawaii, are not connected to the other states. The US is washed by the Pacific Ocean in the ...

  • Home Reading Summary from "The Economist"

    Essays for secondary school2  

    During this home reading I read some articles from “The Economist”. There were several topics I read about, but the most interesting was the problem of unemployment in the Europe ...

  • Role of Political Parties and Elections in USA

    Summaries, Notes for university2  

    Parties are still relevant and important, but they are not as powerful as they once were. Political parties in their roles divide in two groups: Responsible parties. Their role ...

  • Mass Media Elections in Latvia

    Essays for secondary school1  

    Last year, on 7th October the Latvians were called to elect the 100 members of the Saeima. 19 political parties or alliances representing around 40 parties and 1,025 candidates ...

  • English for Law

    Summaries, Notes for university16  

    Sources of Modern law 1.To impose fine-uzlikt naudas sodu 2.To break rules (law)-pārkāpt likumu 3.To suffer penalty-izciest sodu 4.To commit crimes-izdarīt noziegumu 5. ...

  • Functions of Ego-centric Speech Elements in Socialized Speech Production among Adults

    Research Papers for university5  

    Introduction to theory. Carrying out researches on child language, Jean Piaget has divided the functions of the child’s speech into ego-centric and the socialized speech (Piaget, ...

  • The Advantages of First Past the Post (Winner Takes All) Systems' Advantages

    Essays for university2  

    By marking only one choice with an X6 even people who can’t count don’t feel alienated[9]. It is easy to count votes and it’s done fairly quickly thus it involves little ...

  • You Can Be Popular!

    Essays for secondary school2 Free! 

    The spirits of competition inhere in everyone. When we were children, it was shown very rough- we wanted to be the best, the nicest, the most loved and so on. And we tried to fight ...


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