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September 30, 2012

Sandy asks…

Englisch ..passive or active ?

At the beginning of the 20th century , farmers (start)_________ to change the way they produce food and shops (begin) ________ to sell different products.Between 1901 and 1905 , US wheat fields (cut) __________ with machines for the first time , instant coffee (invent)_______ , and Coca-Cola (sell) __________ in Britain for the first time. In 1916 the first supermarket (open)________. At the beginning of the century , chicken (be) __________ a luxury for most people. But later , chickens (produce)________ in huge numbers and it (become) ____________ a cheap meat .In 1945 the microwave (invented)_________ and people (spend)________ less time in the kitchen. Some New York apartments (build) _____ without kitchens now because some people (not,want) ______ to cook at all .

Administrator answers:

At the beginning of the 20th century , farmers (start) started to change the way they produce food and shops (begin) began to sell different products.Between 1901 and 1905 , US wheat fields (cut) were cut with machines for the first time , instant coffee (invent)were invented , and Coca-Cola (sell) were sold in Britain for the first time. In 1916 the first supermarket (open)were opened. At the beginning of the century , chicken (be) was a luxury for most people. But later , chickens (produce) were produced in huge numbers and it (become) became a cheap meat .In 1945 the microwave (invented) was invented and people (spend) spent less time in the kitchen. Some New York apartments (build) were built without kitchens now because some people (not,want) did not want to cook at all .

Nancy asks…

Help with Adverbs in a sentence?

can you tell me at least FIVE adverbs in this review?

Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, young Tommy Popper looks forward to the moments when, on his tiptoes to reach a ham radio in his bedroom, he can talk to his world-traveling father. Years later, Tommy is now Mr. Popper, a highly successful real estate developer in Manhattan. Amicably divorced from Amanda, with two children he sees on alternate weekends, Mr. Popper lives the life of luxury in his ultra-modern Park Avenue apartment and is well on his way to becoming partner at his prestigious firm. That is, until the morning a final gift from Popper’s late father, a souvenir from Antarctica, arrives in a crate at Popper’s front door.

Inside the wooden box, nestled amongst ice packs, is a two-foot tall penguin with bright orange feet. Not a toy penguin, or a stuffed bird from the taxidermist, as Popper at first assumes, but a real, live penguin, who scampers across Popper’s floor and emits loud honks. Eager to be rid of this wild creature, Popper contacts every city and state agency imaginable, but no one is willing to take a pet penguin. His call to Antarctica to try to ship the bird back instead results in the arrival of another five penguins at Popper’s door.

As he gets acquainted with – and increasingly attached to – his winged roommates, Popper’s life quickly unravels: his swanky New York apartment is turned into a snowy winter wonderland, the deal he’s long been working on is derailed, and he almost lands in jail. But thanks to his new charges, Popper comes to understand the importance of family – human and otherwise.

Administrator answers:

Lolly lolly lolly get your adverbs here:

highly, quickly, swanky, increasingly, snowy,

Susan asks…

What would you spend your money on if you were a billionaire?

yourself first, and then for friends and family.

for myself I would buy a luxury beachfront property in each of the top 10 beaches in the world, including the beautiful Gold Coast in Australia where I live 45 mins away from (I LOVE the beach).. a penthouse apartment in New York City, hopefully with 360 degree views (never been but I think I’d love it there).. and probably more properties in many popular capital cities like Paris, London, Sydney etc and I’d constantly travel between them all whenever I feel like a holiday in that place. I’d also buy a cinema, and watch new release movies after closing time or on public holidays. A private jet with my own personalised landing space in places where my homes are.

For family and cose friends I’d buy them a property of their choice in a place of their choice

What else is there to buy really?
Oh yeah I forgot the main one! Of course I would donate a lot to various charities. In fact I would probably donate most of it, cos I wouldn’t know what to do with so much money apart from having properties. I wouldnt be interested in my own theme park and stuff like that. I’d just go to them every now and then and pay the small entry fee

Administrator answers:

I’d probably buy a nice house..nothing fancy..just a nice 3 bedroom cottage with a garden for my mum, buy my dad a new car..save up some money for my education…help my relatives with debts and invest some..Give the rest to charity

Charles asks…

My movie summary feedback plz 10 points?

wikipedia style

Jacob Wilson is an aspiring young politician who moves from LA to New York to work on Arthur Herschel’s presidential campaign, he arrives and is shown to his luxury apartment courtesy of Herschel’s team. Jacob goes to dinner where he meets with Arthur and his close associate Sandy Fuller and they discuss the campaign and how Jacob’s involvement could help improve the promotion. After the dinner, Jacob returns to a bar with his friends where he meets Rachel a young journalist and they hit it off.

On Monday, Jacob goes to the office for his first day where Sandy introduces him and he meets colleagues (Ted, Randy, Sylvia) he is also introduced to Marissa, Arthur‘s close associate. As time progresses, they do their best to promote Herschel and are successful so far. Jacob gets along with Sylvia and by chance he meets Rachel again who happens to Sylvia’s friend. They go out for lunch where Jacob sees Arthur’s rival Phil Marshall’s campaign. At night he discusses this with his colleagues and in the morning he’s shocked to discover Marshall’s local campaign posters and billboards have been trashed, he arrives at office to realise it was Herschel’s team who were responsible for this as they are seen celebrating. Jacob becomes frustrated and speaks out in front of the crew but Arthur tells him the only way to win is by playing dirty and how it is working so far.

Jacob reluctantly agrees to help and he, Ted and, Randy and a few others promote Herschel throughout the city until they are caught up in feud with Phil Marshall campaigners which leads to a brawl and them getting arrested. Jacobs bail is paid by his friends. A distraught Jacob visits Rachel who consoles him and the two begin a relationship together. Jacob meets with business tycoons and persuades them to support Herschel within their businesses. He is praised for his success and whilst giving a campaign speech Herschel applauds him publicly. Whilst having dinner with Rachel, Jacob is ambushed by Phil Marshall and his associates who warn him of Herschel’s corrupt tactics and try to convince him to “quit while he’s ahead” however Jacob rejects this and calls Sandy and informs him of Phil’s approach.

In the morning, a news report shows how Phil’s younger brother was attacked and left for dead by a group of masked men. Jacob is told that this was not done by Arthur. Therefore, Jacob continues his promotion until he notices Randy’s knuckles are bruised and he admits to attacking Phil’s brother. A furious Jacob visits Arthur who admits he told Randy and a few others to do this, Jacob refuses to help out any longer and storms out. He begins clearing up his desk but is approached by Marissa who tempts him and the two make out. Sandy then makes a phone call. Jacob goes to see Rachel and tells her what has happened but the two are ambushed in her apartment by men in balaclavas who Jacob recognizes as Ted and Randy but they attack the two and threaten Jacob about his choices and how he must continue to support Herschel. Rachel gets a call from Sandy who informs her about Jacob and Marissa and Jacob admits to this leading to Rachel asking him to leave.

Jacob returns to the office in the morning and trashes Ted’s desk because of his threat, he also accuses the entire office of being corrupt and walks out. Arthur Herschel is informed shocked when Jacob interrupts a private dinner between Arthur and a senator, Jacob argues with a calm Arthur and accuses him of many things before leaving. Jacob then runs into Sandy and is hit on the head with a bat being knocked unconscious. He awakens in a small room with his hands and legs tied to a chair and Arthur, Sandy, Ted and 2 others in the room with him. Arthur tells him how he crossed the line and should’ve “kept with his mouth shut”, and he repeatedly punches him as he furious at Jacob’s latest actions. Arthur leaves as he has a speech to deliver but orders his men to kill Jacob.

Jacob manages to untie himself and fights back by attacking the men and taking a gun, he runs away. He finds Rachel at a café apologizes and tells her he is going to stop Arthur. Meanwhile Arthur prepares to give his final speech before the elections as Rachel watches live on TV in the café. Jacob arrives at the office and fights his way through security and mixes in with the crowd. He then steps onto stage and says out aloud that he still supports Herschel and is here to show his loyalty, Arthur simply smiles and accepts this before continuing with his speech. Jacob then slowly takes out his gun and shoots Arthur in the back leaving him to fall on the stage dead, Jacob then shoots Sandy in the head. Security then open fire on Jacob, shooting him twice as he falls to the floor. Rachel watches this on TV and is saddened. Ambulance arrive and both Arthur and Jacob are declared dead and Arthur Herschel’s campaign is ineligible so another party is given the chance to step up to challenge Phil Marshall for president.

Administrator answers:

Nice movie

Joseph asks…

feedback on my movie summary?

its just an idea and its similar to the ides of march

Jacob Wilson is an aspiring young politician who moves from LA to New York to work on Arthur Herschel’s presidential campaign, he arrives and is shown to his luxury apartment courtesy of Herschel’s team. Jacob settles in and meets up with old college friends in the city before going to dinner where he meets with Arthur and his close associate Sandy Fuller and they discuss the campaign and how Jacob’s involvement could help improve the promotion.

After the dinner, Jacob returns to a bar with his friends where he meets Rachel a young journalist and the two hit it off. On Monday, Jacob goes to the office for his first day where Sandy introduces him and he meets colleagues (Ted, Randy, Sylvia). As time progresses, they do their best to promote Herschel and are successful so far. Jacob gets along with Sylvia and by chance he meets Rachel again who happens to Sylvia’s friend. They go out for lunch where Jacob sees Arthur’s rival Phil Marshall and his campaign. At night he discusses this with his colleagues and in the morning he is shocked to discover Marshall’s local campaign posters and billboards have been trashed, and on arriving to office he realises it was Herschel’s team who were responsible for this as they are seen celebrating. Jacob speaks with Sylvia who tells him it isn’t uncommon for something like this to occur. Jacob becomes frustrated and speaks out in front of the crew but Arthur walks in on him doing so and the two speak in private with Arthur telling him the only way to win is by playing dirty and how it is working so far.

Jacob reluctantly agrees to help and he, Ted and, Randy and a few others passionately promote Herschel throughout the city until they are caught up in feud with Phil Marshall campaigners which leads to a brawl and them getting arrested. Jacobs bail is paid by his friends who are shocked by what he has done, a distraught Jacob visits Rachel who consoles him and the two begin a relationship together. The following morning, Arthur and Sandy talk with Jacob praising him for fighting back and encourage him to continue with this passionate method. Jacob meets with many business tycoons and persuades them to support Herschel within their businesses. He is praised for his success and whilst giving a campaign speech Herschel applauds him publicly. Whilst having dinner with Rachel, Jacob is ambushed by Phil Marshall and his associates who warn him of Herschel’s corrupt tactics and try to convince him to “quit while he’s ahead” however Jacob rejects this and is not amused by his ambush and how Phil intervened in their dinner, after this, Jacob calls Sandy and informs him of Phil’s approach and offer.

In the morning, a news report shows how Phil’s younger brother was attacked and left for dead by a group of masked men. Jacob is told that this had not done by Arthur. Therefore, Jacob continues his promotion until he notices Randy’s knuckles are bruised and he admits to attacking Phil’s brother. A furious Jacob visits Arthur who admits he told Randy and a few others to do this, Jacob refuses to help out any longer and storms out. Sandy meets Jacob in a bar and urges him to return but he refuses. Sandy then makes a phone call. Jacob goes to see Rachel and tells her what has happened but the two are ambushed in her apartment by men in balaclavas who Jacob recognizes as Ted and Randy but they attack the two and threaten Jacob about his choices and how he must continue to support Herschel. Rachel begs Jacob to inform the police but he declines since the police know that he had been supporting Herschel.

Instead, Jacob returns to the office in the morning and trashes Ted’s desk because of his threat, he also accuses the entire office of being corrupt and walks out. Arthur Herschel is informed of this and is shocked when Jacob interrupts a private dinner between Arthur and a senator, Jacob argues with a calm Arthur and accuses him of many things before leaving. After this, Jacob is attacked by Phil Marshall’s associates who punch him and threaten to kill him but he reveals he has left Herschel’s campaign and after this they leave. Jacob then runs into Sandy and is hit on the head with a bat being knocked unconscious. He awakens in a small room with his hands and legs tied to a chair and Arthur, Sandy, Ted and 2 others in the room with him. Arthur tells him how he crossed the line and should’ve “kept with his mouth shut”, and he repeatedly punches him as he furious at Jacob’s latest actions. Jacob reveals he has also been threatened by Phil Marshall and how both the campaigns are corrupt and should be shut down.

whatdya think so far?

Administrator answers:

Needs to be way more ‘summarized’

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