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DON’T SEND THIS BOOK TO ANYONE.
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EVEN IF IT’S YOUR MOTHER.
EVEN IF IT’S RYAN GOSLING.
EVEN IF HE’S BEGGING YOU TO DO THAT.
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DON’T.
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Wassup, sis / bro


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Если ты читаешь эти строки, значит, я уже кое-что о тебе знаю.

1. Ты знаешь английский язык. Давай без «плохо» или «хорошо». Ты его знаешь. А
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значит, ты уже молодец.


2. Ты хочешь знать его ЕЩЁ лучше. И тут ты снова молодец.
3. Тебе надоели скучные упражнения по типу «Ландан из зэ кэпитал оф Грэйт
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Бритн» (без обид, Лондон)


4. Ты хочешь прокачать знание СОВРЕМЕННОГО МОДНОГО МОЛОДЁЖНОГО
инглиша. Того, на котором говорят англоязычные блогеры, пишут СМИ и
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голливудские звезды, ты хочешь понимать МЕМЫ на английском языке, чёрт бы


их побрал!
5. Ты – репетитор английского языка, и хочешь как-то разнообразить свои уроки,
сделать так, чтобы ученики не заснули от скууууууки

Anyways, ты по адресу.

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Советы по работе с воркбуком

1. В этом воркбуке 10 разговорных тем (будем называть их «блоками»).


2. В каждом блоке: лексика по теме блока, немного грамматики и упражнения. В
упражнениях упор сделан на listening и на лексику. Независимо от того, какой у тебя
сейчас уровень, я заклинаю тебя не бояться разговорного, НАСТОЯЩЕГО языка и сленга.

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Здесь – тот язык, который тебе понадобится, когда знакомые в очередной раз покажут
тебе картинку с шуткой на английском и скажут «ну переведи, ты же учишь английский»
3. В конце воркбука – правильные ответы ко всем упражнениям для самопроверки.
4. Значок play кликабельный. Он стоит напротив каждого видео задания. Нажимай на значок,
смотри видео, выполняй по нему упражнение. Каждое видео загружено мной в облако.

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всегда быть в доступе.
5. Устные упражнения (напр. вопросы по статье или видео) помогут понять, понял(а) ты
сказанное или нет. Если ты репетитор, то эти вопросы помогут вести обсуждение с твоим

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учеником. Не игнорируй устные задания, даже если занимаешься самостоятельно: на стр. 4
я подскажу, как можно работать с таким типом задания самостоятельно
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Как проверить правильность произношения слов?
1. Заходим на https://dictionary.cambridge.org/
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2. Вводим в поиске нужное слово
3. Нажимаем на значок play. UK – британское произношение, US – американское
произношение
4. Повторяем за диктором и запоминаем. Не ленись проверять произношение: нет ничего хуже,
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чем запомнить неправильно, и потом переучиваться.


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MATERIALS click here

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TOPIC 1
Beauty + Fitness

Phrase of the day: “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

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To-do list

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I’ve watched the videos
I’ve done the exercises

I’ve completed the challenge


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VOCABULARY

face - лицо makeup kit - косметичка sunglasses -


eyelid - веко beauty – красота солнцезащитные очки
neck - шея make-up base, primer – база comb – расческа

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shoulders - плечи под макияж to comb - расчесывать
ears - уши concealer – консилер cotton swabs -ватные
earlobe - мочка уха forehead liquid eyeliner – жидкая палочки
- лоб подводка для глаз brushe - кисточка

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eyes - глаза eye shadow – тени для век eyebrows – брови
eyebrows - брови moisturiser - увлажняющий tweezer - пинцет
lashes - ресницы крем/лосьон uni-brow - монобровь
nose - нос foundation – тональный to wax - сделать восковую

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lips - губы крем эпиляцию
tooth - зубы highlighter / brightener to pluck - выщипывать
tongue - язык /illuminator – хайлайтер (пинцетом), выдергивать
cheeks - щеки blush / rouge - румяна eyebrows threading -
cheekbone - скулы bronzer – бронзатор коррекция бровей ниткой
freckles - веснушки powder – пудра winged eyeliner – стрелки
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chin – подбородок brow gel – гель для бровей to do (winged) eyeliner –
nape – затылок lip gloss – блеск для губ нарисовать стрелки
temple - висок chapstick - гигиеническая liquid / gel / pen eyeliner –
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hair - волосы помада подводка: жидкая / гелевая /
bangs - челка lip liner – карандаш для губ маркер
hands - руки lipstick – помада beginner friendly – подходят
nails - ногти applicator – аппликатор для новичков
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bags under eyes - темные to press an applicator on thin eyeliner – тонкая


круги под глазами one’s skin – нажимать стрелка
pimple zit - прыщ аппликатором (при thick eyeliner – толстая
acne - акне нанесении средства) стрелка
wrinkle – морщина nail polish – лак для ногтей wing – стрелка
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scar - шрам nail scissors - маникюрные (непосредственно


skin pores - поры на коже ножницы закорючка, идущая от
flaw - недостаток, изъян tanning lotion / fake tan – внешнего уголка глаза)
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blemish - дефект кожи «искусственный загар» even – ровный,


inflammation - воспаление facial cleanser – очищающее равномерный
complexion - цвет лица средство wipe something off –
/кожи лица toner – тоник для лица вытереть что-то (салфеткой)
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skin glowing with health – mascara – тушь для ресниц adjust to your eye shape –
здоровая и сияющая кожа razors - бритва подстроить под свою форму
make up – макияж contact lenses - контактные глаза
cosmetics – косметика линзы falsies – накладные ресницы

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HAIRSTYLES

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Extra long bob Plait hair (BrE)
Pixie haircut Bob haircut Wavy hair
haircut Braid hair (AmE)

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medium-length shatush, blurry hair with a shaved
ponytail cascade
hair color transition area (e.g. temple)
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braids (Afro) bun cornrows bangs dreadlocks


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EXERCISES: BEAUTY

Watch the video “The Best Makeup for Work/School/Everyday. Eman”

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FIND ENGLISH / RUSSIAN EQUIVALENTS
OF THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS FROM THE VIDEO
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I’m gonna plop this color in my crease

Лучший способ сделать взгляд выразительнее – это добавить


накладные ресницы
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Палетка теней для век

Плоская кисть для теней


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Не нужно наносить много слоёв

просто берете и пальцами наносите его очень быстро на те


области, которые вам нужны
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персиковые румяна идут всем

Вы можете регулировать форму ваших губ с помощью


аппликатора-палочки, что делает весь процесс очень
простым

Очень деликатное сияние

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? What do you call this type of applicator? Eman mentions it in her video.

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WORKOUT VOCABULARY

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get in shape - прийти в fit - в форме physical condition -
форму toned / shredded / ripped - физическое состояние
work out - делать подкачанный weights - веса
физические упражнения слэнг-синонимы: shredded, cardio - кардио
spare tire - «живот» ripped aerobics - аэробика
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love handles - «бока» cut - рельефный pushups – отжимания
muffin top - «живот», jacked - «качок» pull ups - подтягивания
свисающий над штанами abs - мышцы живота barbell - штанга
bulk up / build muscle - «six-pack» - «кубики», пресс dumbbell - гантеля
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накачаться six-pack abs - пресс с treadmill - беговая дорожка
slim down / burn fat - кубиками
«подсушиться»
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EXERCISES: FITNESS
Watch the video “How to create a WORKOUT PLAN”

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WHAT DO YOU CALL IT?
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FIND ENGLISH / RUSSIAN EQUIVALENTS OF THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS FROM THE VIDEO

Составить программу тренировок

Подход (первый подход, второй подход и т.д.)

повторения (упражнение), сколько упр. делается РАЗ

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выносливость

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разминка, разогрев

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позволить себе услуги тренера

Discuss!
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• What are the key points in putting a workout program together?
• How do you stay fit?
• Do you go to the gym?
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• What exercises do you usually do there?

Watch the video


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“SLIM LEGS IN 20 DAYS! 10 min No Jumping Quiet Home Workout - Emi”


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> Match the pictures with the exercises

1. Donkey Pulses 6. Sumo Squat Pulses 10. Ballet Lift (R)


2. Bottom Leg Lift (L) 7. Squat + Front Lunge 11. Sumo Squat Hold
3. Ballet Lift (L) 8. Glute Bridge Hold 12. In + Out Squat
4. Outer Leg Lift + Circle (R) 9. Reverse Lunge Pulses + 13. Outer Leg Lift + Circle (L)
5. Bottom Leg Lift (R) Knee Raise 14. Side Kicks

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TOPIC II
Health: for a better mind, body and life

Phrase of the day: “Eat right, exercise regularly, die anyway.”

To-do list

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I’ve done the exercises

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VOCABULARY

first aid – первая помощь brain – мозг dismembered – расчлененный


EMS = Emergency Medical lungs – легкие (потеря конечности)

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Service = ambulance – скорая kidney – почка nosebleed – кровотечение из
медицинская помощь liver – печень носа
First responders – те, кто stomach – желудок bleed – кровоточить
первый ответил на ваш звонок veins – вены blood – кровь
о мед. помощи pancreas – поджелудочная bleeding – кровотечение

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Paramedic – работники железа gushing – очень сильное
скорой помощи gallbladder – желчный пузырь кровотечение
Assess the situation – оценить larynx – глотка, гортань splinter - заноза
ситуацию spleen – селезенка hurt – болеть
Stabilize – стабилизировать intestines – кишечник It hurts! – Болит! Больно!

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состояние first aid kit – аптечка condition – состояние
Demobilize – убедиться, что band aid - пластырь unconscious – без сознания
пострадавший в неподвижном bandage – эластичный бинт, regained consciousness –
состоянии повязка пришел в сознание
Administer 1st aid – оказать stitches – швы critical condition –
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первую помощь (не gauze (dressing) – бинт критическое состояние
профессиональную) antiseptic (pads) – антисептик going to make it / not going
Defibrillate – (ватные диски) to make it – выкарабкается /
дефибрилировать ointment – мазь не выкарабкается
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(электрошок) tweezers – пинцет take vitals – измерить
CPR = cardiopulmonary scissors – ножницы основные жизненные
resuscitation – искусственное splint – шина (на перелом показатели
дыхание кости) body temperature –
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neck brace – повязка на шею painkiller – болеутоляющее температура тела


при травме головы/шеи sedative – болеутоляющее + breathing - дыхание
paralyzed – парализованный успокоительное pulse - пульс
stretcher – носилки injury – внутренняя травма blood pressure – кровяное
spine – позвоночник wound – внешняя рана давление
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neck – шея fracture – закрытый перелом diagnosis = identify the


head – голова (трещина в кости) problem
arm – рука (от плеча и ниже) break – открытый перелом to diagnose with …. –
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hand – рука (от запястья и to tear a muscle – разрыв диагностировать [название


ниже) мышцы болезни/проблемы]
wrist – запястье bruise – синяк prognosis = future outcome
leg – нога (от бедра и ниже) sprain – растяжение good / poor diagnosis
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calf – икра ноги swelling - опухший


foot – нога (стопа) whiplash - хлыстовая травма fever – жар, высокая
ankle – лодыжка stroke – удар температура
shoulder – плечо head stroke – инсульт diarrhea – диарея
bone – кость sun stroke / heat stroke – headache – головная боль
back – спина солнечный / тепловой удар toothache – зубная боль
elbow – локоть cut – порез to choke – задыхаться,
muscles [ˈmʌsls] – мышцы tear – сильный порез поперхнуться

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burn – ожег to sneeze – чихать There’s a bug going around
sprain – растяжение to cough – кашлять – Сейчас вирус гуляет
sickness = illness – болезнь flu – грипп
disease – заболевание fever – жар, лихорадка
to get a cold – простудиться bug = virus

Hospital / clinic

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doctor – physician –врач- paramedic – врач скорой I’m having an allergic
терапевт помощи reaction – у меня аллергия
hospital – больница to perform triage – на…
ambulatory – амбулаторное сортировать больных (в I see stars – когда видите

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лечение зависимости от тяжести белые пятна (может быть от
walk-in urgent – обратиться состояния) обезвоживания –
без очереди / срочно treatment – лечение dehydration)
check-in – disinfect the wound – I have a cramp – у меня

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зарегистрироваться в продезинфицировать рану судорога
больнице hook (you) up to an IV (intra chest pains – боли в груди
admitting staff – персонал, venus saline) – поставить I think I broke / sprained… -
который регистрирует ваше вам капельницу кажется, я сломал / растянул
прибытие в больницу staple / stich – наложить I’m bleeding from… - у меня
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fill out forms / document – швы кровотечение в [место]
заполнить документы rush you into the operating set the bones – вправить
schedule a… - записаться на theater (surgery room) – кости
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x-ray –рентген срочно отправить в I’m having an asthma attack
MRI – МРТ операционную – у меня приступ астмы
medical insurance – мед. I have a sharp pain here in I’m having a heart attack – у
страховка my… - У меня острая боль меня сердечный приступ
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pay upfront – платить сразу тут… seizure – эпилептический


re-imburse – возместить I feel … припадок
расходы dizzy - головокружение
nurse/doctor/resident – weak - слабость
медсестра / доктор / интерн nauseous - тошнота
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EXERCISES

WATCH THE VIDEO “First Aid Fail - The Office US”.


WRITE A TYPESCRIPT

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Watch the video “Let’s talk about Mental Health”.
Write a tapescript of this video.

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TAPESCRIPT
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disorders?

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Challenge
Watch any 1-2 episodes of the “House M.D.” in English (with eng subs or with
no subs at all). MAKE A WORDLIST WITH ALL NEW WORDS/EXPRESSIONS
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FROM THE EPISODE. Then tell the plot of this episode in the group chat.
https://engvideo.pro/ru/serials/house-md/
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TOPIC III
Food + Cooking

Phrase of the day: “Good food – good mood.”

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To-do list

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I’ve completed the challenge

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VOCABULARY
to squeeze - выжимать to marinate – мариновать pepper - перец
to pour - наливать to mash – разминать, делать vinegar – уксус
to fry – жарить пюре marinade - маринад

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to beat – взбивать to mince – крошить мелко napkin - салфетка
to blend – перемешать в (нарезать), рубить bowl - миска
блендере to sear – «обжечь» (мясо, side dish - гарнир
to bread – панировать например) на сильном огне с roast - жареный в духовке
to chill – охладить двух сторон fried eggs – яичница-

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to dice – нарезать кубиками to simmer – кипятить, варить глазунья
to core – извлечь to steam – готовить на пару scrambled eggs - яичница-
сердцевину to whip (часто про cream) – болтунья
to mix - перемешать взбивать portion - порция

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to grate - тереть to poach - варить на snack - легкая закуска,
to peel - чистить кожуру медленном огне перекус
to spread - намазать cooker - плита takeaway - еда на вынос
to bake – испечь (о выпечке) cupboard - шкафчик toast - тост, гренка
to add - добавить cup - чашка minced meat –
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to grill - жарить на гриле dishwasher - посудомойка фаршированное мясо
to chop - мелко нарубить, drawer - ящик mashed potatoes –
нашинковать, нарезать fork - вилка картофельное пюре
to steam - готовить на пару freezer - морозильник cottage cheese – творог
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to boil - варить fridge - холодильник sour cream – сметана
to garnish – украшать блюдо frying pan - сковородка porridge – каша
to knead – месить (тесто) glass - стакан casserole – запеканка
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to roast - запечь, жарить в kettle – чайник mac & cheese – макароны с


духовке rubber scraper – резиновая сыром
to throw in - подбросить, лопатка stuffed potatoes / peppers /
добавить grater – тёрка mushrooms –
to drop - уронить teapot - заварочный чайник фаршированный картофель /
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to turn over - перевернуть knife - нож перец / шампиньоны


to stir - microwave - микроволновка rare steak - стейк с кровью
помешивать/размешивать oven - духовка medium steak - стейк
to stir-fry - жарить в plate - тарелка средней прожарки
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раскаленном масле, shelf - полка well done steak - хорошо


постоянно помешивая sink - раковина прожаренный стейк
to stew - тушить (овощи, spoon – ложка
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“15 Mistakes Most Beginner Cooks Make (part 1)”
Write a tapescript of this video. Don’t cheat! It’s long, I know…

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COMPLETE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS/WORDS WITH THE ENGLISH EQUIVALENTS

завядший шпинат

сочный

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приправы

кунжутные семечки

куриная грудка

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сковорода

обжаривать, жарить

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поджаривать до корочки

люди скупятся на масло/жир

приготовленное (заранее)
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Discuss!
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• Write down the recipe in English
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• Do you like cooking or do you prefer ordering food?


• Why?

Challenge:
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PROOFS TO OUR GROUP CHAT (PHOTOS, SCREENSHOTS)
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1hIFEKCVOfr5FK4WezqYDAO66J2xUdO_s
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TOPIC IV
Ecology

Phrase of the day: “We never know the worth of water till the well is dry”

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1. Use public transportation instead of a private car; it has a lower environmental impact.
2. Buy things in local, second-hand and/or fair-trade shops.
3. Try not to eat meat every day and avoid plastic packaging for your food.
4. Do your laundry when the washing machine is full.
5. Unplug your devices, such as mobile chargers, when not using them. They consume energy even when not in use.
6. If you use air conditioning, the temperature should not be lower than 24ºC.
7. Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth or shaving.
8. If you go on a trip, empty and turn off your fridge to reduce energy consumption.

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A philosophy that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products
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reusable water bottles compostable bamboo buy in bulk


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reusable keep cups reduce , reuse , recycle to avoid
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• Have you gone zero-waste and plastic-free? Tell more.


• Have you ever thought of going green? Why/why not? If yes, what have you done?
• Do you use any disposable things? (paper napkins, paper handkerchiefs, plastic cups,
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TOPIC V
ART
Phrase of the day: “Earth without art is just eh”

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canvas – холст monochromatic – fine art – изобразительное


pattern - узор однотонный искусство

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contrast – контраст warm colors – теплые hatching – штриховка
primary colors – базовые оттенки hard-edge - абстрактная
цвета cool colors – холодные живопись (с четкими
geometric shapes – оттенки границами и прорисовкой)
геометрические формы Conceptual Art – soft-edge – «размытая»

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тон/цвет focal point – в рисунке)
shade – тень композиционный центр highlights – блики
contour line – контурная (картины), то, что привлекает landscape – пейзаж

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2. And in your opinion, what is art for?
3. Why do we need pretty things near to us?
4. In what way does art make us feel less lonely? Do you feel that way?

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“Kids Explain Art to Experts_ JJ (5) vs Douglas Coupland _ Name That Art”
AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

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b) playing marbles a) little people
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For the first painting, why is it difficult for Shana
to guess a painting? For the third painting, what does JJ compare the
a) because she is laughing too much people in the painting to?
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“Art in the Age of Instagram _ Jia Jia Fei _ TEDxMarthasVineyard”

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TOPIC VI
Travel

Phrase of the day: “The journey not the arrival matters.”

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last-minute deal / offer - two-way / return ticket AmE to wave smb a kiss - послать
горящий тур / round trip BrE- билет туда- воздушный поцелуй

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package tour - путешествие обратно accommodation -
по туристической путевке backpack (AmE) / rucksack проживание
voyage — путешествие по (BrE) — рюкзак vacation AmE / holiday BrE -
морю lost and found office — отпуск
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to travel (go) abroad - room) — камера хранения готовить еду самостоятельно
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destination — место to change to — номеров
назначения пересаживаться на to make a reservation —
single / one way ticket — to see smb off — провожать забронировать место в
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railway station — ж/д to go from platform — to get on a train/ a bus —


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carriage / car — вагон поезд сойти с поезда/ автобуса
smoking compartment — to get off a train — сойти с to get into/ out of a car —
купе для курящих поезда сесть / выйти из машины
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ticket collector - контролер to miss a plane/ a train — to have an accident —


to go off — отходить (о опоздать на самолет/ на попасть в аварию
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arrival — прибытие duty-free — без пошлин captain — командир корабля


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boarding card — контрольно-пропускной стюардесса (стюард)


посадочный талон пункт, досмотр aisle —проход между рядами
to announce — объявлять excess weight — emergency exit — запасной
to take off — взлетать превышение веса выход
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to land — приземляться to check luggage (check in) - food tray — поднос, столик
customs — таможня сдать вещи в багаж для еды

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FILL IN THE GAPS USING THE VIDEO

1. Over those years I have ___________ a lot of airport and plane ____________ [0:43]
2. Now if someone did choose ________________________ you can ask them if they can switch with you and
they’ll seat in either the window seat or the ____________ seat [1:48]
3. In many countries it’s not ____________ to drink the ______ ____________ so you can find ____________ water
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4. It’s super handy because you’re gonna have to fill out _______________________________________ [2:19]
5. You have 24 hours after ______ _____________ ____________ to cancel if you choose [5:17]
6. I like having snacks and being in control of the food on the plane because sometimes it’s gross and
sometimes I want more food than they give me [5:28]
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8. It will give a list of all of the seats on the plane that you’re gonna be taking and tell you which ones
have more ___________ and which ones have _________ ____________
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10. They may make you check your ______________ if you have more than two items so ____ __________ this
from happening
11. ….there’s actually a little button ____________, you can press that and you can lift the ____________, so you
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Books

Phrase of the day: “No two persons ever read the same book.”

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to skip — пролистать science-fiction – научная intriguing - интригующая


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диагонали fantasy – фантастика вниманием
to look up — искать, thriller / mystery – триллер / fast-moving – со
просматривать мистика стремительным сюжетом
to dip into — просматривать romance – любовный роман entertaining -
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to browse — неспешно horror – ужасы dull - скучная
выбирать religious – религиозная superb - восхитительная
to peruse — внимательно health / medicine – (synonyms: excellent, brilliant,
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to refer to — ссылаться на cook-books – кулинарные dreadful - ужасная
to wade through — осилить книги hilarious - забавная
to flip through / to flick encyclopedia – энциклопедия юмористическая (synonyms:
through— бегло просмотреть series – серии книг humorous, amusing,comical)
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to be engrossed in - moving - трогательная (synonyms: dumb, not sensible,
погрузиться во что-то heartbreaking - unreasonable, absurd, irrational,
to come highly recommended душераздирающая ridiculous)
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книге, например) action-packed - насыщенная disturbing - вызывающая
genre -жанр событиями тревогу
bookshelf – книжная полка boring - скучная creepy - жуткая
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fairy tale – сказка unpredictable - witty – остроумная


fiction – беллетристика непредсказуемая heavy-going - сложная для
non-fiction –научная confusing - запутанная чтения
литература thrilling - волнующая
chick lit – книги для женщин erratic - непоследовательная
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«BOOKSTORES_ How to Read More Books in the Golden Age of Content»

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«My year reading a book from every country in the world _ Ann Morgan»

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world's most _______________ language.
2. I explained who I was, how _______________ my reading had been, and I asked anyone who
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“Can You Name a Book ANY Book”

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Typescript. “The Best Makeup for Work/School/Everyday. Eman”

Hi babes welcome back to my youtube channel, my name is Eman.


Fall is officially hear you guys. Summer is over and it means it is back to work, back to school, so I really wanted to do a look for you guys that is the

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perfect everyday work/school look. This makeup is all about doing your makeup quickly and you just want to look flawless as well. You need it to last long,
to be long weared so it could last you all day.
So thank you for Clinique for sponsoring today’s video. For this look I wanted to pick up products that are gonna do all of that and that are going to be
very easy to use.
The foundation that I’ll be using in this look the Clinique «Beyond Perfecting» foundation and concealer. This is a two in one so this is one of my favorite
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everyday look perfect for work or school. So I don’t know about you guys but when I was working in 9 to 5 or going to school I always needed to get
ready super quick. For this look today I’m really gonna be using products that are multi-use, that get the job done really quick, that work really well, that
do more than one thing. First primer that I’m using is this primer from Catrice. It is their beautifying primer. This primer is going to even out your skin
tone and it gives your skin that little bit of luminosity you can see how it has that very subtle glow which is gonna look beautiful under your foundation.
If you want you can use this instead of moisturizers to make your makeup go that much faster. Next step I am using the Clinique Beyond Perfecting
foundation and concealer. This is the star of this look, you guys. This is a two-in-one foundation and concealer. Ou can apply this all over your entire face

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as a foundation, or you can apply this in specific areas that you need as a concealer. I love that it has this doe foot applicator that makes it so quick, so
easy to apply. Also because usually you’re doing your makeup for work or for school early in the morning and then you leave and you’re gone all day,
so you really need your foundation and your makeup to last for hours. And this foundation is a long-lasting foundation, so you’re gonna get that long-
lasting coverage and your skin is gonna look flawless all day long. It does say that it has 24 hour lasting power. You need to wear your makeup for 24
hours, I don’t know why you would, but hey, you never know. And it is a full coverage foundation. Even though it is full coverage, it’s very weightless so it
does not feel heavy on your skin. It is oil free so it’s gonna work for all skin types: normal, dry, oily. And the finish is a natural matte finish, so even though
it is matte, you’re not gonna get that kind of cakey heavy look, because it is more of a natural matte. And the shade that I am using is the shade 6.75
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in this area, because this is where I want that extra coverage so now I’m applying this as my concealer. I wanted to let you guys know that if you go to a
Clinique counter they can shade match you and then give you a 10 day sample of the Beyond Perfecting foundation concealer for free. You guys can try
it out and see how it works for you, I’m sure you will love it.
Since this is like a quick work school look, I’m not gonna sit here and try to do highlighting and contouring, that is not happening, you guys. That’s not
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Now I just wanna set my face and I am using the Maybelline fits ,e loose powder in the shade 20 Light Medium. I also love the compact version of this
powder (whoops)
Loose can take a little bit longer because you gotta use a puff and dada dada with a compact you can go in really really quic k. You can definitely use
either one because the finish is beautiful, this is just gonna totally set all of your makeup. I definitely recommend applying powder because you need your
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makeup to last all throughout the day so setting your makeup with powder is going to definitely do that.
Time for brows. Now I know brows fora lot of people it’s one of those days that take forever to do, so I’m gonna show you guys a couple of tips, tricks on
how to do you brows the fastest way possible. Of course it’s gonna depend on your brows because everyone’s brows are different, but this is what I love
to do to be out as quick as I can. So I just kind of brush everything up. The product that I’m gonna be using is one of my favourites for a super quick brow.
It is the benefit brow contour pro pencil. So this pencil has all of the different colours and shades so you can use whatever you need and do it sup er quick
so I like to go in with the medium to dark shade. My little trick on how to get your brows look great but to do it super super quick is to just focus on the
ends of your brows. So I’m just taking the darkest shade from the pencil and just filling in my ends and then switching to th e medium dark shade and
then filling in my arch. That is it. And that for reason it just makes your brows look complete even though it literally takes you two seconds. Like look at
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that. Like it looks like I took time to do my brows but I didn’t. That’s it. That’s all I’m gonna do super quick, super easy. Let me tell you guys I don’t know
what it was about me being in school but I was always late for class. I would end up doing my makeup on the train, like the subway, to go to school. I
would sometimes get to class, sign in and then run to the bathroom and do my makeup. I was not a great student, you guys.. I’m not gonna lie.
So depending on how much time you have you can definitely play around with the lighter shades of your pencil if you want to, like, highlight your brow
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bone and do all that stuff, realistically I probably would not do this step. I guess you could , it doesn’t take that long , just add a little pop. It really depends
on how late I am that day. But if you need yo brow gel I do recommend it and again I would just put this mainly like on my ends just to keep everything
in place. So this is how I love to do my eye makeup to gibe my eyes a little something, but also be able to do it super super quick and it’s very easy to do.
This is one of my favourite palettes. It is from Flower Beauty. It is golden natural shimmer and shade eyeshadow palette . This is a great palette on the go
because I also love that it comes with this little blending brush. And guys usually blending brushes, or any type of brushes in eyeshadow palettes are the
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worst but this one is actually really good. So all I’m gonna do is I’, gonna do the quickest eye possible taking this medium color right here. I’m gonna plop
this color in my crease. You just wanna kind of give your eyes a little something, and this is just gonna warm up your look s o your eyes don’t look bare.
This is gonna help just wake up your eyes and give your eyes that look where you’re like fresh and you’re alive and you didn’t just wake up five minutes
ago, which for me was the case a lot of the time. So you gotta fake it a little bit. So I’m mainly using this in my crease and then as you guys saw I just took
a little bit to sweep it along my lower lash line. This is gonna give the eye a really beautiful shape and it’s gonna open it up and make a look brighter and
wider and more open and more awake. Then I like to go in with any of these shades, really kind of depends on how tender I am. I just pick one of these
three light shades or you can even use a golden one, but I like the lighter ones because especially for a look like this you want, like, a little bit of a light
sparkle to your eye. And I’m literally just using my finger, you guys. Just to plop that on my lid and my inner corner. An then the last part of the eye look
is I like to take the darkest brown shadow from the palette which is matte, this one right here. And then using a flat shadow brush like this. This has that
square shape to it. When you’re in a hurry this its one of the easiest way to do a faux liner. So basically like an eye liner but it’s gonna be sort of a fake

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liner because we’re using this brush and shadow. If you want you can always wet the brush or you can use a dry, whatever you want. All you do is you
basically just press the brush right at the base of your lashes. This is gonna make it look like you have eyeliner on but it’s gonna take you no time to do it
and it’s gonna make your lashes look thicker as well. And the idea is to get this line as close to your lash line as possible and then once you come out to
the outer corner here just hold the brush horizontally and it’s gonna automatically just create this very natural looking wing. I’m gonna show you guys
just one more time how to get that fake wing. So just come out to the outer corner of your eye, hold the brush horizontally and just extend that shadow.
Just pull that shadow out. And that’s it. Seconds to do this full eye-look. Mascara, and you’re done. My go-to mascara lately has been the new NARS
climax mascara. I like how long and full this makes your lashes look. And you don’t need to do a lot of layers. This just doe s the most for your lashes in
just a few sweeps. Sweeps? Swipes.
And I love using this on my top and lower lashes, but I will say lower lashes for an everyday look can sometimes be risky because you can get a squat and
then you gotta clean it. So I will say apply mascara on your lower lashes at your own risk, you guys. Only if you have a couple of extra seconds to spare.

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This is definitely a look that you can wear for other occasions as well and the best way to kind of pump it up a bit is by adding a very natural pair of corner
falsies. These ones from R Dell, I believe, are great examples. So you just put them on the outer corner of your lashes and i t automatically just kind of
opens up your eyes even more and takes your new look to the next level. Not something you would necessarily do for work or for school but this is a
great option for any other occasion. When I’m in a hurry I love to do contour and bronzer on one using just a powder bronzer and a double-ended brush.
This is my little trick. So I’m using this bronzer brow BH cosmetics. When you have a double-ended brush you can use a little bit more of a heavier
application with the smaller end of the brush to apply bronzer as a contour. So you’re just gonna use this to kind of chisel out your cheekbone along your
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along your cheeks and then bring it down on your fore head a little bit more. You can apply both really quickly using a brush like this. An then that way
you don’t have to sit there and do cream contouring and all of that foundation because honestly who has time for all of that. That’s why when I’m going
out for, like, a night out with the girls or something I love to sit down and really take time to do my makeup. So I feel for the most part I’m always in a
rush. Another quick and easy way to apply a highlighter is using a cream highlighter. This one is from the brand Flesh, in the shade Pinky. And I like cream
highlighters because you can kind of just take your finger and apply it super quickly and in whatever areas you need it. And you get. Like, a really nice
natural application which I think is perfect for this type of look. So I like to take it along the high points of my cheekbones, a little bit along the brow bone

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as well just to kinda highlight that part of my face, on top of the arch of my brow and that just makes such a difference that light brings so much light to
your face. A little bit on my chin. Then the bridge of my nose. You could definitely do the inner corner just to pop and make your eyes look more awake.
The whole thing will really just take you a couple of seconds but it will make a big difference in your look you guys. So this step I would not skip.
When it comes to blush I find that a peach blush is flattering on everyone. So that is what I usually grab for my go-to everyday blush. I’m using this one
from L’oreal, it is the paradise enchanted blush in the color 193 charming. You kind of can’t go wrong with a peach blush, you know, it’s just gonna look
good on the skin. I find that it’s a lot easier to use than a pink blush. Pink blushes can sometimes, you know, can be a little bit too much, especially if you
over apply. But I find the with a peach blush, even if you over apply it, it won’t be the end of the world. It goes so beautiful with this like really natural style
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of makeup. And when I want on my lip to last all day I go for a long wear matte liquid lipstick that is, like, my go-to because I know it’s gonna stay on my
lips, it’s not gonna come off. The shade that I’m using is this color from bare minerals, this color is called «The Weekend», even though most likely you’ll
be wearing this look to work or school which is not on the weekend. This is a great color because it kind of has a peachy undertone to it. It is a very nice
comfortable matte formula. You can just really define the shape of you lip with a wand so it just makes it so much quicker. Liquid lipsticks are just great
for that because it’s just one product. You don’t need a glass, you don’t need a lipstick. It’s just one product on the go - and you’re done. This look is
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honestly so easy to do, you guys, especially if you do it a few times, I promise you, you’ll get in such a good habit of knowing exactly what the next step
ism so you can do it in minutes. All the products that I used today are great for speedy makeup. And I really hope you guys love this video. If you did
make sure you hit that like button and give it a thumbs up. And leave me a comment below and let me know what the craziest place you’ve ever done
makeup. I really want to hear some of your stories for sure
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I’m gonna plop this color in my crease Я нанесу этот цвет на складку века
Лучший способ сделать взгляд выразительнее – это добавить the best way to kind of pump it up a bit is by adding a very natural
накладные ресницы pair of corner falsies
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Палетка теней для век Eyeshadow palette


Плоская кисть для теней Flat eyeshadow brush
Не нужно наносить много слоёв you don’t need to do a lot of layers
просто берете и пальцами наносите его очень быстро на те just take your finger and apply it super quickly and in whatever
areas you need it
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области, которые вам нужны


персиковые румяна идут всем a peach blush is flattering on everyone
Вы можете регулировать форму ваших губ с помощью You can just really define the shape of you lip with a wand so it
аппликатора-палочки, что делает весь процесс очень простым just makes it so much quicker
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For beginner I suggest working out three days a week, like, three to four. But for the sake of this video, like, to make everything organised, I say: hey, let’s
focus on three days: lifting and then like two days of abs and cardio. But three lifting days. Why do I suggest that?
A lot of beginners go out there and say «I’m gonna work out seven days a week, I’m gonna eat fish, I mean, tilapia for the re st of my life, it’s gonna be
great.». If you’re going from one extreme to the next - you’re gonna burn out. If you’re going from not working out at all to seven days a week eating fish
tilapia, training hard, your body is gonna say: NO. This is too much. You have to ease into it. Especially to avoid an injury as well because some people go
to the gym and just start going hard. I mean, calm down. Calm down. You’ve got time. And it’s something that helped me when I was starting lifting
weights. I used to hate the gym, but for me what helped me, what sounds like: ugh, I have to go to the gym okay. If I go today, I don’t have to go tomorrow.
Getting into that habit of that I was, like, okay, every other day. Heidi [her name], you have to go to the gym, I’m gonna reward you by not having to go
tomorrow. Perfect. And I got into that habit of doing that. And then.. So I went from my three days a week to four days a week, five days a week, six days
a week. Depending on what… Now I kind of do, like, five days a week. Five or six days a week. And I love it, I enjoy it so mu ch more because I started

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seeing the results on my body and I…it made me feel good. That’s kind of why I suggest 3 days a week. And because you’re gonna be sore. When you
first start working out you’re gonna be sore and you’re gonna need some time to recover so I think 3 days a week is perfect when you’re a beginner. But
you want to go more than that and you can keep that up and go for it, I’m not saying «Don’t do that». All I’m saying is that if you hate the gym and you’re
just not looking for it right now, just start out 3 days a week, make it something attainable for you. Will really help.
Next thing s main training days/ When it comes to lifting weights you have 6 different muscle groups. You have your legs, shoulders, back, biceps, chest
and triceps. And then your core, of course. So we’re gonna break it down into three training days. I have Monday - legs and shoulders. Wednesday - back
and biceps. Friday - chest and triceps. And then I would suggest Tuesday and Thursday is when you can do, like, your cardio and your abs. So you w ant

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to slide those in there. Or if you wanna do, you know, two cardio days after, like, back and biceps, I don’t really suggest you on legs, because it’s a long,
it’s a long day. If you wanna just go to the gym three days a week, maybe do your cardio and your abs on Wednesday and Friday along with these two,
or you can go five days a week and don’t need… You can pick it because you’re your own workout program. Okay so how many exercises to do. It really
depends on the person, the workout program, all of that. But generally - remember this is general - it is two to four exercises per muscle group. Now, this
is general. I have gone to the gym before where I have done ten sets of squats
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and that is my whole workout, like, I’m not doing anything more than that. So technically that one exercise. And that’s even not there. So don’t think that
this the only thing that you can do, there’re so many different things you can do, but we’ll keep it in general, so general - two to four for muscle group.
Next thing: how many sets and how many reps to do. This is also can be very general because you guys might have seen me do reps before, where.. You
might have seen me do ascending ladders and descending ladders and there is not one right way to train but let’s keep it general, all right, I keep saying
that, because I feel like there’s just so much that goes into, like, workout programs, it’s hard for me to simplify things, but I’m doing the best I can for you
guys. This is for my beginners, all right? So how many sets to do and how many reps. Like I said this is gonna depend on the workout program, this is very
general. Generally, when you’re strength training you are trying to get strength to your body, it’s usually the 1 to 5 rep range. If you’re training to build
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muscle this is going to be generally six to 12 rep range. If you’re trying to uncover that muscle and get your endurance up, and get some shreds going ,
that’s usually 15 reps and up. The way that I train, guys, is I kind of utilize all three different ways of training. Sometimes you’ll see me doing like descending
ladders where I will do 15 reps and I’ll do 12 reps, then 10, then 8, then 6, then maybe even down to 4, I’ve done that and then going all the way back up.
So I’ll descend and then descend if that makes any sense. So let me just draw that real quick. So sometimes I’ll start off with doing, like, 15 reps the first
set and then I will do 12 reps and then I will do 10, and then I will so 8 and then 6, and then possibly 4, this is 1-2-3-4-5-6 different sets but you’re utilising
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all three of there different training styles, technically. This is descending and then you’re gonna ascend back up. The reason I’m showing you guys this is
because I don’t want you guys to think «Oh in order to build muscle I can only stay in this rep range», «in order to get stronger I can only do this rep
range». There’s not one right way to train. There’s not one exact workout program that works for everyone. Everyone is different. And it’s funny to keep
different and change it up, you know. So that’s why I like that. And I also like to do these descending ladders because you’re starting out with higher reps
and working your way down to lower reps, you’re going to be increasing your weight along this time so it’s gonna be less chan ce of injury. Instead of
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jumping into powerliftiers, , you know, they warm up their body, they don’t just in the gym and say: okay, I’m only gonna do 1-5 reps. They have to warm
up their body properly. For the sake of this video if you’re a beginner let’s start out, like, 3 sets of 12 to 15. This is, like, a safe number. 3 sets of 12 to 15.
But don’t feel like this is the only thing you have to do. Maybe you wanna do 3 sets of 8 to 10. Figure out what works best for you, you know.
Okay, so moving on I kind of threw together this workout plan for a beginner and just kinda mapped it out , and I want to go over a little bit. So first if all
before any of these you’re gonna have to do a proper warm-up and I don’t have time to map that out so this video is probably gonna be long as it is so,
sorry guys. So maybe we’ll do that in another video. Proper warm-ups are extremely important in order to get the muscle development, the growth, cuts
that you want, and strength. Let’s say Monday - legs, shoulders, calves. This is a long day as you can see, I’ve mapped here… Here’s your legs movements,
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and I put some calves here and then I put two shoulder workout so. There you go, So that’s Monday , and we have Tuesday cardio and abs, do whatever
you want. Go to Zumba, go swim, go sprint, go run, go give your boyfriend a piggyback ride for like an hour. Do whatever is, like, fun and you enjoy. Jump
on the treadmill, jump on the stair master, elliptical… Join the cycling class. I freaking hate cardio. And then when it comes to abs, maybe choose 2 to 4.
And 2-4 promotes the group - 2-4 exercises for your abs on Tuesdays. And then I’m going to back and biceps. This would be Wednesday. You’re gonna
do a seated cable row, lat pulldown, bent over barbell town or dumbbell row if you’re not strong enough to do barbell and this is another reason that
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there’s a lot of technical things that go into putting together a workout program. So the reason I picked out these different rows and these different
movements for back is that your seated cable row where you’re pulling like this, you’re pulling horizontally and then you’re going to have your lat pulldown
where you’re pulling down vertically and then you’re gonna have your bent over barbell / dumbbell row where you’re pulling vertically but add an upwards
angle. You gotta mix it up. And then I added hammer curls for your biceps and alternating dumbbell curls for your biceps. The next day, Thursday, would
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be cardio abs. Friday. This is chest and triceps. I just kinda drew in a chest and triceps workout real quick and I have push-ups 25 reps, and that doesn’t
mean you do 25 reps in a row. I put 20 if you can only do 15 or 20 - do however you can. Take breaks as you need them. Now I like to do a hundred push-
ups for a warm-up sometimes. I just like bust it out. But it took me long time to get that point. There was a while where I would do 50 pushups and I
literally do one and then, like, literally take a break, wait till I can kinda… And then go back to it, do another one, and then just kinda of wait for second.
Takes a lot of patience. But you got to get there. Pus-ups, dumbbell chest press. You can do it on the bench, if you want, but I prefer laying on the ground
with your head if you’re a beginner. You can do it on the bench, you can do it laying on the ground, when you’ve your chest press.
Dumbbell flies, that would be the last chest exercise.
Overhead tricep extensions and bench dips. And that would be it.
I literally just, like, sketched this out real quick guys, so this is very general beginner workout plan. The legs, shoulders and calves might look a little bit
intimidating right now. If you’re not able to get to the full workout, don’t feel like you have to do every single thing.
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I do wanna say one thing. The reason I wanted to make this video is because when I started my fitness journey I was a broke college student, so I couldn’t
afford a coach, I couldn’t afford a trainer, I couldn’t afford any of that and you know I gained quite a bit of weight. So I feel for people. When you can’t
afford a coach or a trainer. And then I feel for people that are coacher and trainer, and they say : hey, look, I need to also make money. This is my way of
living. That’s why I was so passionate about wanting to make this video because I know that not everyone can afford a coach..
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TYPESCRIPT
Video - Office First Aid

So, assessing the situation. Are they breathing?


No, Rose, they’re not breathing. And they have no arms or legs.
No, that’s not part of it.
Where are they?
You know what, if we come across somebody with no arms or legs, do we bother resuscitating them? I mean, what kind of quality of life do we have
there?
I would wanna live with no legs.
How about no arms? No arms or legs is basically how you exist now, Kevin. You don’t do anything.

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Alright, let’s het back to it, ‘cause you’re losing him. Okay, too fast. Everyone, we need to pump at a pace of 100 beats per minute.
Uhh, okay. That’s hard to keep track. How many is that per hour?
How’s that gonna help you?
I will define and then count to it.
Right.
Okay, well a good trick is to pump to the tune of «Staying Alive» by the Bee Gees. Do you know that song?
Yes! Yes, I do. I love that song.
[First I was afraid, I was petrified]
No, it’s… Ah, ah ,ah ,ah, staying alive, staying alive
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You were in the parking lot earlier. That’s how I know you!
Ah, ah ,ah ,ah, staying alive, staying alive
Ah, ah ,ah ,ah, staying alive, staying alive
You can tell by the way I use my walk
I’m a woman’s man, no time to talk
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Okay!
Yeah, okay. You didn’t maintain a hundred beats per minute, and the ambulance didn’t arrive because nobody called 911. So, you lost them.

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I have no idea.
Anyone else?
We bury him.
Wrong.
Check for an organ donor card. If he has one, we only have minutes to harvest.
He has no wallet, I checked.
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He is!
Yep.
Give me some ice in a story foam bucket. Here we go.
We search for the organs. Where’s the heart, the precious heart?
I’m not feeling well, I need to sit down.
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Hey Stanley are you okay?
Can you tell me why you had to cut the face off the dummy?
I didn’t think it was very realistic in the movie. It turns out… It’s pretty realistic.
We had to pay for it. Cost us 3500 dollars.
5300 dollars for a dummy? Wow…
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David, this is the we have training. We start with a dummy, and we learn from our mistakes. And now Dwight knows not to cut the face off a real person.

What was Steve Carell trying to do to the dummy?

He was doing CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation

TYPESCRIPT “Let’s Talk About Mental Health”


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The other day my friend confined at me. She said that she’d been feeling depressed and worse than that she’d been feeling incredibly alone in her
situation. This struck a cord with me because not too long ago I too was feeling depressed and I too was feeling incredibly alone and somewhat ashamed
about my feelings. So I started to ask a few friends about whether they’d ever experienced depression or other symptoms related to mental health. Every
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single one of them said they had and almost all of them had never spoken to me or anyone else about it. Mental illness is a thing. It exists. In fact 1 in 4
people will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. So if you’re not affected by then one of your friends and family are. And if you don’t know anyone
with a mental illness it’s probably because they haven’t told you and they haven’t told you because there’s a social stigma attached to mental health. From
what I’ve seen more often than not people dealing with a mental health find it harder to deal the stigma than they do the mental illness itself. And that is
crazy because the stigma is created by us. So a mental illness constitutes as anxiety, anorexia, depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, schizophrenia, post-
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traumatic stress and borderline personality disorder. Ultimately we need to find an effective medication and treatment to deal with these illnesses. And
that is happening. Every year that passes. We become increasingly acknowledgeable about mental illnesses, depression, for exa mple, is one of the best
documented illnesses in the world. However what we’re not going is talking about it. And until we do that nothing’s gonna change. Now the stigma
surrounding mental health isn’t surprising at all. A mental illness generally suggests that something is wrong with the brain, our brain is our control centre,
it’s responsible for everything we do, and the idea of something being wrong with the brain generally suggests that we’re out of control and as humans,
we hate that idea. We hate it so much that we don’t talk about it. We sweep it under the rug and pretend that it’s not there. But it is. Mental illnesses are
a thing. They’re real and they’re very present and we. Need to talk about them. A guy called Kevin Brill put it like this: when we break our arm everyone
runs forward to sign the cast but when we say we have depression everyone runs the other way. Now I’m not a doctor. But I know that my heart is an
organ the same as my brain’s an organ. So why don’t we treat them the same? Mental health disabilities are an illness not a weakness. They are an issue,
not an identity. It’s okay to be suffering from a mental illness. But it’s not okay to not talk about it because then we achieve nothing. I’ve opened up a

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discussion board on our website and I’d like to know your thoughts on the stigma surrounding mental health. If it’s easier, feel free to use the comments
below. Also if you’re a creator on this platform, whether you have an audience large or small, I challenge you to talk about mental health. This year should
be the year that we talk about it and the Internet should be the place where that starts. I’d also love to create some sort of event around this year, some
sort of event to raise awareness and also money for mental health. If you have any thoughts surrounding that let me know that in the comments below.
And finally there are some amazing charities surrounding mental health and creating awareness for mental health, specifically Mind and the Time to
change campaign . I’ll leave all the links for that in the box below. Anyway those are my thoughts for this week. Another note entirely, we have a short
documentary coming out next week so keep an eye for that and that is everything. I will see you soon. Good bye.

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Cooking
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The other day I was teaching one of my friends how to cook for the first time. We were talking ground level stuff. This person did not have many skills in
the kitchen so we started off with a very basic dish and I just took them along for that journey and taught them things along the way. But what I was
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realising was how many tips and tricks and skills you can learn from one dish. I started pointing out all these things, things that I take for granted that can
actually make you a much better cook. So that’s what this series is gonna be about. It’s gonna be breaking down one dish extremely in-depth going
through all of the tips, all of the skills that you might not be thinking about maybe you don’t know about that can make that dish incredible but also can
just enhance your cooking skills in general. So if you guys have been a subscriber for years a lot of these things might be a l ittle too basic for you and that
is alright that means you’re already a great cook but I know there are ton of beginners out there and this series is going to be perfection, it is really going
to take your cooking skills from that base level to the top, to the top notch you’ll be cooking better than the Brothers gree n in no time. So the first dish
we’re gonna start out with is one of my favourites, something I’ve been cooking for years. It’s a stir fry. And if you can master just a stir fry with some meat
or some fish you can cook that dish for the rest of your life and probably be satisfied, at least some type of variation of it. So let’s get after it.

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We’re gonna do a vegetable and chicken stir-fry because that’s what I have in the fridge but feel free to sub out the chicken for any type of meat or fish
and that goes for the vegetables as well, you can sub those out for whatever you have. These tips are still gonna work great for whatever you guys have
in your fridge.
Tip number 1: Make sure meat is extremely dry. You want to pat it dry with a paper towel. A lot of times when, like, chicken is sitting in a bag or whatever
it comes in, it’s going to have a lot of extra liquid. And what’s gonna happen is if you try to cook that chicken just like that you’re going to boil the chicken
and that is not what you want because, well, it’s what you want if you’re boiling chicken but if you’re actually trying to fry the chicken and caramelise the
skin that’s where flavour is going to come from and if it’s wet you’re not gonna get that stuff.
Tip 2 is evening out your meat and as you can see this chicken breast is uneven: we’ve got a thick side and a thin side and chicken is already extremely
difficult to cook because it dries out so easily, so evening out the meat is going to help you so much in the long run. We’re going to put it in a bag,
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mimics the thin side.
Tip 3 is a two parter and it deals with the seasoning of the actual meat. So we’re going to hit it with salt and pepper and you want to make sure you have
enough of seasoning because remember, you’re seasoning just the outside of the meat and that has to carry through the entire piece. So just think about
it like when you’re biting into a piece of meat the only seasoning you’re going to taste is that outer layer. If you tend to follow recipes a lot of times they
skimp on salt and your stuff turns out under seasoned, and that is probably the easiest way to screw up a dish, so make sure you’ve got enough seasoning
on there to really bring out the flavours. An then the next part is just let that sit for a little bit. If you’re not going to cook your meat for a little bit just put
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just let that sit for at least 15 minutes before it goes into the pan, you’ll see, it’s going to start pulling out that liquid, and then again, just give that another
pat dry and you are well on your way to crispy skin.
Tip 4 is controlling the heat of your pan which seems so obvious but I see this all the time whether using gas or electric. T here isn’t just one setting, I
swear! There’s a ton of control when to comes to the actual heat: you’ve got a very low simmer, you’ve got a medium-low, you’ve got a medium. You’ve
got a medium-high and you’ve got a high heat. So there’s a whole range of heat settings and it’s just something you’ve to get used to. But remember:
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the action you don’t want - just turn it up. So you’re a master of your heat settings. That brings us to tip number 5 which is making sure you’ve got enough
lubrication in that pan so things cook properly and don’t burn. Another one I see all the time - people are skimping out on oil or fat. Maybe it’s health
reasons, they’re a little scared of it. I would say if you’re scared of using too much oil just try to get a healthy oil which isn’t going to be bad for you and
make sure you put enough in the pan so you can cook your stuff properly
So tip number 6 is make sure you heat up that pan first before you add the oil. So once it’s lightly smoking then add you oil because if you add it earlier
it’s gonna start to degrade as it heats up so you want the least amount of time of that oil in the pan. Now we’re going to slide in that chicken and get that
crispness. And we’re not trying to blast this chicken away, we’re trying to slowly develop the crust over time. That’s why we’ve got that medium-low heat
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going. So I’m cooking it for about four minutes on one side and you’ll see that little white ring starting to develop and that is cooked chicken right there.
And we’re just gonna check the crust every now and then. And right there the crust is not good enough for my liking so we put it back for another minute
and then we hit our perfect caramelised point right there. Lift that chicken over and then it’s always going to be a little less time on the other side so
cook that side for about two to three minutes. Tip number 7: when you’re feeling that chicken and it’s nice and firm but it still has a little bit of give, you
can pull it and you don’t have to cook it completely through, especially with chicken breasts because it dries out so early so I would recommend pulling
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it just a little bit early and then wrapping it in tinfoil because it’s still going to cook a few degrees. that’s like a MasterChef tip right there. Pulling that meat
early so it just comes up to that perfect cook point. Tip number 8 is a two parter - one: make sure you let the meat sit for at least ten minutes. It’s going
to reabsorb those juices and stay nice and juicy. And the other one is if you get any juice that separates from the meat just like this and that’s normally
going to happen with me after a few minutes some of it will seep out. Make sure you do not get rid of that juice that is extra flavor. You do not want to
leave any meat juice behind. So save that and you can use that in your dish later which you will see coming up soon. Moving on to the veggies. And tip
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number 9 is prepping everything before you actually cook, which is so important especially when you’re dealing with high heat cooking. Because you
don’t want to be cooking and cutting all the time. I used to do that when I was younger and things got a little out of control. And I still do that from time
to time when I’m lazy. It’s not the end of the world, but if you want perfection with your food, it’s much easier everything is prepped out . So here are the
veggies we are using with our stir- fry and we are going to prep all of this stuff which means just washing everything and chopping it up how you like it.
We’ve got the mushrooms , we’re going to give those a chop . I’ve got this little piece of onion . I’m going to chop that up as well. Here’s a q uick little
bonus tip when you are cutting zucchini. If you’re having trouble getting even pieces because it’s uneven like that just cut it where it’s uneven . Now you
have two pieces that are a little more straight and that will help with your actual cutting. little cutting technique is if you’ve got this spinach right here.
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It’s got this stem and it’s got the leaf sometimes the stem isn’t going to come with it. It’s going to be already pre chopped. But if it comes like this , you
can just chop that off because we’ve got the delicate leaf which is going to cook differently than the stem. And I’m actually going to put the stem with
the aromatics. So we’re going to wash that spinach. We’ve going to get all those veggies prep. Then I’m going to move on to cu tting the aromatics for
this dish. We’ve got a little bit of chili. We’ve got a little bit of garlic that I’m going to slice up. And then some ginger that I’m going to chop up and just
keep those all together.
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OK. We’ve got everything prepped out. We’ve got everything in place. But we need a plan that is the next tip creating a plan to execute this stuff. Because
if you don’t have a plan, things are going to go to shit in the kitchen. So really there’s no perfect way to cook anything but there are some good techniques
that will help you execute really good tasting food. And that is going to happen over time with a lot of practice. But what we’re going to do is we’re just
going to look at all of our prep food, and we’re just going to start pondering , we’re just going to start thinking about when these things should be cooked
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. So if you got something like zucchini maybe that will go a little later. Of course the spinach is delicate. So the first thing we are going to start out with is
cooking the onions and the mushrooms. I thought they would cook well together because they are very similar in size. So we are going to use that chicken
fat , all of that flavor in there that oil, do not throw that out. Throw the mushrooms and the onions right in there. Cook them for a few minutes just to get
those started. Then I’m going to dump in my aromatics. So I usually wait a little bit because aromatics will burn on a high temperature. Those are little
skills you learn over time. So the aromatics are going in a few minutes later. Let those cook down and that brings me to my next tip which is not overcooking
your vegetables. So we’ve got this zucchini right here and we’re going to throw that in much later in the process. Maybe 5 minutes after the onions and
everything else.
Start cooking because zucchini will overcook and turn mushy and maybe you like that I used to overcook zucchini all the time. But the truth is vegetables
are delicious raw and you don’t need to cook them all the way through. They are good with a little bit of that snap, a little bit of that crunch. So you don’t
want to just destroy them in the pan, you want to retain some of that texture .

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The next step is just letting things chill. I see this all the time. People are going crazy, they are stirring if they get that a TV in the kitchen and they’re scared
to just let things sit. Maybe they’re a little nervous that things are going to burn, but if you don’t let things relax in that pan they ‘re not going to get that
nice crust. So sometimes just let your food relax there. Let it build up that delicious flavor on the bottom. As you can see I left a zucchini sit for about a
minute without stirring it. And then look at that beautiful color that is flavor right there. Then you can stir it around. Let it sit again. Let the flavors develop
after that cooks for about 2 or 3 minutes. We are going to add in that spinach and that’s just going to wilt down very quickly. So after that spinach is
nicely wilted. I’m going to slice up that chicken. And look how beautiful that is! Because we took the time to flatten it out and salt it. It’s cooked perfectly
and it’s juicy. I’m going to throw that into the stir fry along with the juice. You cannot forget that neat juice. Now we are moving on to the next tip which
is properly seasoning your food. We have some very basic seasonings right here. And I can get into a whole video about this. So we’re just going to keep
it really simple. We’ve got soy sauce. We’ve got a little bit of sesame oil and we’ve got some rice vinegar. So if you think about seasoning, we’ve got salt
already in the dish, just plain salt. We’re going to add a little bit of soy which is another salty product and that is just bringing out the flavors and also

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adding a little bit of that extra fermented funk of the soy sauce. We’re going to go in with just a little bit of sesame oil. And remember be careful with the
sesame oil. It is a very strong seasoning and you can’t take it away so just start off slow and work your way up. And then the last seasoning which is so
important. You hear chef talking about it all the time is acidity. So this means lemons, limes and vinegar. Anything with acidity which is really going to
make your food pop. So if the salt is bringing out and enhancing the flavor of the food, the acidity is just going to make it brighter and sing to the heaven,
just give that a few stirs around. Make sure you get those seasonings nice and incorporate it into that dish that looks beautiful and ready to go, which
brings us to our last tip which is presentation, which is an important one for me. Not everyone really cares which is alright but I think it is – it looks better,
it’s going to be more enjoyable, it’s going to complete that circle. So just get something nice to present it in and then of course you can garnish it. You

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guys already know what I’m going to garnish this with which is a scallywag and the sesame seeds the Mike’s special finish that baby off and enjoy. Look
at that thing - I’ve been cooking stir fries for years. It was one of the first things I learned – how to cook. And I’m still learning. And I’m still getting better.
Most of cooking is just paying attention honing in on your skills and improving which brings me to my last point. Which is you gotta practice guys you’ve
got to get in the kitchen. And you’ve got to just continue to develop your skills. Really cooking is just about concentration on what you’re doing and you
will pick up on things intuitively on your own and you will get better. So just get over those fears , just keep doing it and you will be an awesome cook in
no time.

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Find equivalents for the following expressions:

белок – protein
чтобы съесть после занятия спортом – to eat following sports
на вкус – taste(s) (исходный глагол to taste)
острый – spicy (extra spicy)
куриные кусочки – chicken strips
легко приготовить – is quick to prepare (исходное выражение
to be easy to prepare / to cook)

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высокое содержание клетчатки – high fiber
правильное / чистое питание – clean eating

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мало ингредиентов – few ingredients


низкое содержание жира – low fat
запекать – (to) bake
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вкуснее всего – (to) taste best


приготовить за короткое время – prepare in a
short amount of time
духовка - oven
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COMPLETE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS/WORDS WITH THE ENGLISH EQUIVALENTS

завядший шпинат wilted spinach


сочный juicy
приправы seasoning
кунжутные семечки sesame seeds
куриная грудка chicken breast
сковорода pan
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поджаривать до корочки develop the crust
люди скупятся на масло/жир people are skimping out on oil or fat
приготовленное (заранее) prepped out

TOPIC IV
Ecology

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WHAT ARE THE ESSENTIALS SHE MENTIONS IN THE VIDEO? (10 of them)
1. Secondhand is queen.
2. Plastic free soap dish
3. Up-cycle trash into tools
4. French press

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5. Compost
6. No unnecessary gadgets and trinkets
7. Reusable baking sheets
8. Stasher bags
9. Cloths and rags instead of paper towel
10. DIY all purpose cleaner
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Typescript. Video “Going Green Shouldn’t Be This Hard”

M. Sanjayan: - Okay , so I try to recycle. I’ve got my grocery tote bag. I even have solar panels on my roof. But in the back of my mind, I can’t help thinking:
Does any of this actually make a difference when it comes to climate change?
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If you read the headlines, you quickly begin to see that climate change is a massive problem. So is my reusable bag really going to change the world? But
not everyone feels that way.

Lauren Singer: -This is all of my trash from the past four years…
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M.S.: Oh, my god!

This is Lauren Singer. She runs a website where she gives tips and answers questions about living a zero-waste life.

MS: Ok, so you’ve got tiny little ends and bits and things. Are you really telling me that everything else that you use for four years?! You‘ve found some
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other use for?

LS: Totally , is compostable, infinitely reusable, or 100% easily recyclable.


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M.S.: You may look at the extremely eco-friendly way Lauren is living and find it inspiring. Or maybe, like me, you are totally skeptical. But a lot of what
she’s doing is actually pretty simple. When she wants coffee, she brings her own cup. Or let’s say she wants to buy a pastry; she’ll put it int o a reusable
cotton bag. A safety razor instead of plastic ones. There’s all this disposable stuff in our lives that we’re not even thinking about. And what Lauren’s done
is find some easy substitutes. Everything else ends up in the jar.
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LS: This is macaroni-and-cheese packaging, and this was, like, four years ago, right when I started. That was my weekend at Dad’s house. So these are…

MS: Oh, I know what these are.

LS: Plastic straws. Hot chocolate.

MS: This was a bad way , wasn’t it , for you?

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LS: No, actually someone sent that to me in the mail.

These aren’t huge trash problems. The EPA isn’t up in arms about plastic straws. But you can see how these little bits of waste can really add up. The
United States is the No.1 trash-producing country in the world. If every country lived like the US, we’d need over four Earths to make all the stuff we
consume.

MS: Do you think little things make a big difference?

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change. If every single person did that, that’s a massive shift toward a more sustainable future.

And good policy can encourage this kind of shift. Take plastic bags. Americans throw away about 100 billion a year. But California is trying to change this.
Three communities have found that if you offer a plastic bag for free, 75 % of people will take it. But if you charge 10 cents for a bag, only 16 % take it.
It’s subtle, but this small fee makes people question whether they really need a bag. And it reminds people

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to bring their own. Communities across the country are beginning to adopt this policy and it could create a large-scale shift. If New York City had a bag
fee, we could save roughly 7 billion plastic bags a year. And without good policy, it can be really hard to do the right thing. Take recycling: In a place like
Missoula, Montana, where I live , you can’t recycle glass because doing so, it turns out, costs my city too much.

LS: I think this is a fundamental flaw of governments and their relationship with businesses. Businesses aren’t held accountable for products that they’re

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putting into the waste stream. So they’re allowed to sell glass in Montana, where there’s no adequate recycling, and completely wipe their hands free and
not have to subsidize any infrastructure to adequately recycle their product. So that responsibility for disposing of that product falls on you, as a resident
and the government. That is completely unfair.

The funny thing is, we used to have a really great system for dealing with glass. After you were done with a bottle, you woul d just return it. Companies
would clean it and use it again and again. Around the 1950s, companies began experimenting with single-use bottles and cans. Lots of other things
became single use too. Like Don Draper here, people were just tossing their garbage wherever. And all this trash started to annoy people.
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MS: Do you remember that very famous commercial? Of this Native Americans, he’s, like, going down a river and there’s all this waste, and a tear goes
down. “People start pollution; people can stop it.” And it’s often credited for quote unquote “cleaning up America” because we were reminded that we
need to pick up our trash.
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You see this commercial every Earth day, but it was actually funded by a group of companies, many of them from the can and bottle industry. They were
worried that states would ban their single-use products because people were getting sick of all the trash. So they created this incredible ad, which is very
powerful, which made us pick up trash.
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MS: - Which is actually trash that they were creating…

LS: - And selling to us…

MS: -Yeah. …and profiting off of – it actually shifted. That was the moment… I’m not suggesting that you shouldn’t pick up trash. But as far as I can tell, it
was the first moment where we shifted this responsibility from the person selling to the person buying.
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LS: -That needs to change really quick. And once it does, we won’t even have to talk about providing adequate recycling systems because businesses will
create products that are easily and conveniently recyclable because it will make more economic sense for them if that burden is put on the business
instead of the consumer and the government.
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This gets to the heart of the matter. Climate change is a giant problem. We’re not going to solve it without government and industry taking action. We
live in this complicated web of carbon emission. I mean, every single thing we do as individuals creates pollution. It’s overwhelming. But there’s one simple
policy that could make going green easier for all of us – and it could have an enormous impact: We could put a price on carbon. Right now , companies
can emit as much pollution as they like. We’re basically treating our sky like a giant sewer. As long as it’s free to pollute, no one’s going to stop doing it.
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Mary Nichols: You can’t just go out there and find one source or one factory , one business , and shut it down and clean up your air. Everybody in a sense
is part of the problem.

If companies had to pay for the carbon they produce, it would encourage better behavior. This is what California did in 2006. The state set a cap on carbon
and other greenhouse gas emissions and they lowered it over the next few years. Companies could either reduce their pollution or pay for carbon
allowances. And so far, it’s worked. The state is on track to hit its 2020 goal- and they are looking to cut emissions by another 40% by 2030. Now, California
isn’t perfect, but this is a huge reduction in emissions. It’s really larger than anything a person could achieve on their own.

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Mary Nichols : -The fears that were raised by opponents have not come to pass. We’ve not seen an exodus of industries from California or people unable
to drive their cars.

And as the state cut emissions, California’s economy has actually grown by 12% outpacing the national average. Going green at this scale isn’t an overnight
process. People like Mary Nichols have spent decades fighting for better policies.

MN:-We certainly have enjoyed a lot of political support from all sides. I think that’s largely just because the public in California has demanded that clean,
healthy air is something that everybody ought to have access to.

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So individual climate action does matter in the sense that it creates cultural change. When Lauren makes a video tutorial or shares one of her zero-waste
tips on Instagram, it has a social ripple effect.

MS:- Do you want everyone to live the lifestyle you’re living?

LS: -I would never tell anyone how to live their life. But I’d like to show everyone that there are options. That the way that we’ re told we have to live in

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this hyper- consumeristic way isn’t the only way we have to live in order to live in a modern world with modern luxuries.

Folks like Lauren really help build the bottom-up support you need for large-scale transformation. Look, climate policy can be complicated, and sometimes
it can be boring. But we need it to solve global warming. And to get better policies like a price on carbon, you need to have public support. Because
politicians and businesses won’t take action unless people come together and demand it. So you may not be able to fit all your trash into a Mason jar.

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But psychologists have been developing “green nudges” that trick us into being more green.

Want to know whether they are working their magic on you? Visit climate.universityofcalifornia.edu

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ART

Video “What is art for?”

1. What are 5 things that art might be able to do for us? 
(art keeps us hopeful, art makes us less lonely, art rebalances us, art helps us to
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Video “Kids Explain Art to Experts_ JJ (5) vs Douglas Coupland _ Name That Art”

What hobby does JJ say he enjoys?


d) painting pictures
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e) playing marbles
f) making things

For the first painting, why is it difficult for Shana to guess a painting?
d) because she is laughing too much
e) because she can’t think of any paintings which are suitable for children
f) because JJ’s description is very confusing
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For the second painting, why does John laugh when JJ zooms in on the painting?
d) because JJ doesn’t know how to use the computer screen
e) because JJ says something very obvious
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f) because JJ thinks the dots are marbles

For the second painting, what does JJ see when he zooms in?
d) little people
e) a yellow background
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f) little faces

For the third painting, what does JJ compare the people in the painting to?
d) animated creatures (like Mickey Mouse or Homer Simpson)
e) pinkish pigs
f) normal people in a photo

For the third painting, what country is the artist from?


d) Scotland
e) China
f) France

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OK, You’re awake about 16 hours a day. That’s 32 half hours a day, it’s kind of allowing you 32 half hours ,right currently at on1.64 minutes a day. This is
what Max allots to reading now, but if you allotted one of these of every day to reading, you will become a major reader who’ll read a thousand books
instead of 55.
-Wait a minute. To read 945 more books before I die all I need to do is read 30 minutes a day??
-Someone will be like,” Oh my grandfather. He’s this great reader. He’s read everything”. That’s you versus being like, ”Yeah, my grandfather literally has
not read anything ever.” The secret of the people who were like, “ Yeah, here are my 10 favorite books of 2016”. And you’re j ust like how do they. They
just do this and you don’t.
Tim was giving me new hope. Maybe there was a way to overcome my book anxiety after all.
-You wake up in the morning and you flip on an audio book while you’re brushing your teeth and making breakfast. Done . That’s it. You’ve done your
thirty minutes! If you read for two hours every Saturday, you like to wake up in the morning and you have a Saturday session in a coffee shop reading.

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You’ve just done four sevenths of your week. It’s very inspiring when you realize how easy you can read a thousand , and this is at your slow ass reading
rate. This also just speaks to the power of habits, because if you have the right habit, that’s a breeze. If you don’t have the right habit, you’ll do it four days
in a row, and then you’ll take 40 days off. At 30 minutes a day. Only. You can read this, and “War and Peace” ,and “Moby Dick”, and three other books.
OK. We are now heading to Europe, to Brussels first actually , to see one of the most amazing bookstores in the world.
First stop: Brussels. A city famous for beer, chocolate, Tintin, the EU and now a bookstore on the city’s outskirts called CO OK & BOOK. So I’m here at
COOK& BOOK. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but look at the size of this place. It’s spread out across one, two,three, four, five, six, seven,
eight buildings. COOK& BOOKS’ nine different libraries include the literature room, the English bookstore, Travel, Fine Arts, comics and graphic novels,

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Music. Oh and then there’s the home and garden room, the cookbook room and the children’s bookstore. It’s like Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory but
the bookstore version .
Ok, well today has gotten off to somewhat of a rough start. I had wanted to leave Brussels at 11 but I woke up at around 11:30. It’s now 1:00. The bookstore
closes at 6:00.And I’m renting a car to drive to Maastricht, which should only be about an hour and a half. We’ve got the rental car. Here we go the great
European driving experiment. I think I got it. I’m on the wrong side of the road already.
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It’s a church. Dominican church and it’s empty for almost 200 years. We celebrate carnival in it, it has Christmas markets in it , Napoleon’s stored his horse
and carriages over here. Different things.
My favorite story about the church is that it housed the local guillotine in the 19th century.
Indiana Jones. I like these books.
- Do you read a lot of books ?
- Yes. 50 to 60 books a year.
- 50 to 60 books a year?
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- That’s a lot of books.
- That’s a lot of books, yeah. A lot of reading.
- Do you watch TV?
-Little. Just little. Not much.
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Watch the rest of the video just FYI.


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Fill in the gaps


1) The upshot is that there are actually quite a lot of nations that may have little or even no commercially available literature in English. Their books remain
invisible to readers of the world's most published language. [3:00]
2) I explained who I was, how narrow my reading had been, and I asked anyone who cared to leave a message suggesting what I might read from other
parts of the planet. [3:57]
3) From Sweden to Palau, writers and translators sent me self-published books and unpublished manuscripts of books that hadn't been picked up by
Anglophone publishers or that were no longer available, giving me privileged glimpses of some remarkable imaginary worlds. [6:40]
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Typescript «My year reading a book from every country in the world _ Ann Morgan»

It's often said that you can tell a lot about a person by looking at what's on their bookshelves. What do my bookshelves say about me? Well, when I asked
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myself this question a few years ago, I made an alarming discovery. I'd always thought of myself as a fairly cultured, cosmopolitan sort of person. But my
bookshelves told a rather different story. Pretty much all the titles on them were by British or North American authors, and there was almost nothing in
translation. Discovering this massive, cultural blind spot in my reading came as quite a shock.
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And when I thought about it, it seemed like a real shame. I knew there had to be lots of amazing stories out there by writers working in languages other
than English. And it seemed really sad to think that my reading habits meant I would probably never encounter them. So, I decided to prescribe myself an
intensive course of global reading. 2012 was set to be a very international year for the UK; it was the year of the London Olympics. And so I decided to
use it as my time frame to try to read a novel, short story collection or memoir from every country in the world. And so I did. And it was very exciting and
I learned some remarkable things and made some wonderful connections that I want to share with you today.

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But it started with some practical problems. After I'd worked out which of the many different lists of countries in the world to use for my project, I ended
up going with the list of UN-recognized nations, to which I added Taiwan, which gave me a total of 196 countries. And after I'd worked out how to fit
reading and blogging about, roughly, four books a week around working five days a week,

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I then had to face up to the fact that I might even not be able to get books in English from every country. Only around 4.5 percent of the literary works
published each year in the UK are translations, and the figures are similar for much of the English-speaking world. Although, the proportion of translated
books published in many other countries is a lot higher. 4.5 percent is tiny enough to start with, but what that figure doesn't tell you is that many of those
books will come from countries with strong publishing networks and lots of industry professionals primed to go out and sell those titles to English-
language publishers. So, for example, although well over 100 books are translated from French and published in the UK each year, most of them will come
from countries like France or Switzerland. French-speaking Africa, on the other hand, will rarely ever get a look-in.

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The upshot is that there are actually quite a lot of nations that may have little or even no commercially available literature in English. Their books remain
invisible to readers of the world's most published language. But when it came to reading the world, the biggest challenge of all for me was that fact that
I didn't know where to start. Having spent my life reading almost exclusively British and North American books, I had no idea how to go about sourcing
and finding stories and choosing them from much of the rest of the world. I couldn't tell you how to source a story from Swaziland. I wouldn't know a
good novel from Namibia. There was no hiding it -- I was a clueless literary xenophobe. So how on earth was I going to read the world?

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I was going to have to ask for help. So in October 2011, I registered my blog, ayearofreadingtheworld.com, and I posted a short appeal online. I explained
who I was, how narrow my reading had been, and I asked anyone who cared to to leave a message suggesting what I might read from other parts of the
planet. Now, I had no idea whether anyone would be interested, but within a few hours of me posting that appeal online, people started to get in touch. At
first, it was friends and colleagues. Then it was friends of friends. And pretty soon, it was strangers.

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Four days after I put that appeal online, I got a message from a woman called Rafidah in Kuala Lumpur. She said she loved the sound of my project, could
she go to her local English-language bookshop and choose my Malaysian book and post it to me? I accepted enthusiastically, and a few weeks later, a
package arrived containing not one, but two books -- Rafidah's choice from Malaysia, and a book from Singapore that she had also picked out for
me. Now, at the time, I was amazed that a stranger more than 6,000 miles away would go to such lengths to help someone she would probably never
meet.

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But Rafidah's kindness proved to be the pattern for that year. Time and again, people went out of their way to help me. Some took on research on my
behalf, and others made detours on holidays and business trips to go to bookshops for me. It turns out, if you want to read the world, if you want to
encounter it with an open mind, the world will help you. When it came to countries with little or no commercially available literature in English, people
went further still.
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Books often came from surprising sources. My Panamanian read, for example, came through a conversation I had with the Panama Canal on Twitter. Yes,
the Panama Canal has a Twitter account. And when I tweeted at it about my project, it suggested that I might like to try and get hold of the work of the
Panamanian author Juan David Morgan. I found Morgan's website and I sent him a message, asking if any of his Spanish-language novels had been
translated into English. And he said that nothing had been published, but he did have an unpublished translation of his novel "The Golden Horse." He
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emailed this to me, allowing me to become one of the first people ever to read that book in English.

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Morgan was by no means the only wordsmith to share his work with me in this way. From Sweden to Palau, writers and translators sent me self-published
books and unpublished manuscripts of books that hadn't been picked up by Anglophone publishers or that were no longer available, giving me privileged
glimpses of some remarkable imaginary worlds. I read, for example, about the Southern African king Ngungunhane, who led the resistance against the
Portuguese in the 19th century; and about marriage rituals in a remote village on the shores of the Caspian sea in Turkmenistan. I met Kuwait's answer to
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Bridget Jones.

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And I read about an orgy in a tree in Angola.

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But perhaps the most amazing example of the lengths that people were prepared to go to to help me read the world, came towards the end of my
quest, when I tried to get hold of a book from the tiny, Portuguese-speaking African island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe. Now, having spent several
months trying everything I could think of to find a book that had been translated into English from the nation, it seemed as though the only option left
to me was to see if I could get something translated for me from scratch. Now, I was really dubious whether anyone was going to want to help with
this, and give up their time for something like that. But, within a week of me putting a call out on Twitter and Facebook for Portuguese speakers, I had
more people than I could involve in the project, including Margaret Jull Costa, a leader in her field, who has translated the work of Nobel Prize winner
José Saramago. With my nine volunteers in place, I managed to find a book by a São Toméan author that I could buy enough copies of online. Here's one
of them. And I sent a copy out to each of my volunteers. They all took on a couple of short stories from this collection, stuck to their word, sent their
translations back to me, and within six weeks, I had the entire book to read.

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In that case, as I found so often during my year of reading the world, my not knowing and being open about my limitations had become a big
opportunity. When it came to São Tomé and Príncipe, it was a chance not only to learn something new and discover a new collection of stories, but also
to bring together a group of people and facilitate a joint creative endeavor. My weakness had become the project's strength.

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The books I read that year opened my eyes to many things. As those who enjoy reading will know, books have an extraordinary power to take you out of
yourself and into someone else's mindset, so that, for a while at least, you look at the world through different eyes. That can be an uncomfortable
experience, particularly if you're reading a book from a culture that may have quite different values to your own. But it can also be really
enlightening. Wrestling with unfamiliar ideas can help clarify your own thinking. And it can also show up blind spots in the way you might have been
looking at the world.

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When I looked back at much of the English-language literature I'd grown up with, for example, I began to see how narrow a lot of it was, compared to the
richness that the world has to offer. And as the pages turned, something else started to happen, too. Little by little, that long list of countries that I'd
started the year with, changed from a rather dry, academic register of place names into living, breathing entities.

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Now, I don't want to suggest that it's at all possible to get a rounded picture of a country simply by reading one book. But cumulatively, the stories I read
that year made me more alive than ever before to the richness, diversity and complexity of our remarkable planet. It was as though the world's stories and
the people who'd gone to such lengths to help me read them had made it real to me. These days, when I look at my bookshelves or consider the works
on my e-reader, they tell a rather different story. It's the story of the power books have to connect us across political, geographical, cultural, social, religious
divides. It's the tale of the potential human beings have to work together.

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And, it's testament to the extraordinary times we live in, where, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever before for a stranger to share a story, a
worldview, a book with someone she may never meet, on the other side of the planet. I hope it's a story I'm reading for many years to come. And I hope
many more people will join me. If we all read more widely, there'd be more incentive for publishers to translate more books, and we would all be richer
for that.

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Thank you.
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