The Impact of Social Media on Society

The Impact of Social Media on Society

Introduction

Social media sites have taken over our lives. If we look that 10 years ago had no Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Skype as much popular. Before 10 years ago people were waiting to hear from other people because there was no social media. Social media has absolutely made us close to each other as well to other part of the world. Social media has greatly impacted our culture, business, health, politics, socialization as well as negative impacts on cyber oppression and privacy.

Positive impacts

Firstly, we talk about communication, we can contact any person at anytime and anywhere around the word, just within seconds. These networks not only allow communication between friends, but allow you to meet new people. We can also share some photos and videos, from what we enjoy in our life. We can do communication between people and business. They are dealing between the two customers, they tell brands accurately what they want. Then business use this all information to production department, how to produce product. The companies are using social media to marketing their products and collect customer. They take feedback and communicate on social media for ways to improve the business and understand the market polices. Many companies arrange function and give awards to good customer, they are often visiting their social website page. Social media business marketing is very cheap as compare to television and other media. Now a days every politician use social media for reaching out to people at election time and give information about our party.

Negative impacts

For every positive things have some negative impacts. Many people have lots of friends on Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp but they never communicate face to face. If we see in public place every one use mobile and tablets.  If you are not attention person, someone spread private pictures and videos, and damaging human character. So many small children use social networking, it has become easier to target one another write hate speech on Facebook. Manly young girls and women can fall to bullying, but we can do legal action against the attacker. May companies have blocked social networks on their office because of many people are addicted to internet and they can do work proper way. Survey says number of companies lost billions of dollars every year because of only social media addiction employees. May people creates social violence between two religions through social media. While people spend all time on the internet, and they are sending online massages, talk on the mobile as well as video calling. This all impacts on face to face communication, people less time meeting face to face they are not physical presence.

Conclusion

Social Media has deeply affected our daily lives. It is impossible to imagine our lives without technology. We are so addicted with our gadgets that we often forget the importance of real life relationships. Social Media has helped the society grow and make the world very small.

References

http://www.seochat.com/c/a/social/social-media-and-society-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/

http://www.business2community.com/social-media/impact-social-media-truly-society-0974685

http://www.teenink.com/nonfiction/academic/article/485925/The-Effects-of-Social-Networking-upon-Society/

http://www.technocrazed.com/top-10-negative-effects-of-social-media-on-children-and-teenagers

http://www.debate.org/opinions/social-networking-has-a-negative-effect-to-face-to-face-relationships

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Reuse of Plastic Bottles in Building Houses

Reuse of Plastic Bottles in Building Houses

 

Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Research

Primary methodology

Secondary methodology

  • Findings
  • Recommendation
  • Conclusion
  • Appendices
  • References

1.1 Executive Summary:-

Today, the management of plastic waste has become one of the most challenging problems in our society. This report provides an overview of the reusing of plastic bottles to make residential houses and household items which are more eco-friendly and helping to improve environmental problems and moreover the money spent on recycling can be saved by reusing. In this report we did research by visiting the landfill and recycling centre and came to know that only 8% of the plastic bottles are reused. In addition, we did survey on the idea and interest of the houses made of plastic bottles, and the results were outstanding. Therefore, we highly recommend for houses made by plastic bottles which are eco-friendly and more reliable.

1.2 Introduction:-

According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), plastics make up more than 12 percent of the municipal solid waste stream, “a dramatic increase from 1960, when plastics were less than one percent of the waste stream.” US residents are buying more plastic, and only about 8 percent of it gets recycled. Ineffective or irrespon­sible disposal of this waste can pollute the environment and pose a public health risk. We are running out of space in existing landfills. While “recycle” may be a buzzword for an en­vironmentally friendly way to manage waste, a more comprehensive approach to doing so is summarized by the “Three Rs”:

  • Reduce: Buy only what you need because a better way to reduce waste is by not creating it.
  • Reuse: If you have to acquire goods, try getting used ones or obtaining substitutes.
  • Recycle: When discarding your waste, find ways to recycle it instead of letting it go to landfill.

(Fahzy Abdul-Rahman, 2014, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Alternatives for Waste Management, Las Cruces, NM)

(Fahzy Abdul-Rahman, 2014, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Alternatives for Waste Management, Las Cruces, NM)

The trouble with plastic recycling is that it is very inefficient. When you recycle plastic, you always end up with a lower-grade plastic. It is more like down cycling than recycling. That is why reusing plastic is so important, if it cannot avoid the stuff. Rather than send the used plastic bottles through the waste stream, it can be reuse.

For Example, Nigeria’s first house built from discarded plastic bottles is proving a tourist attraction in the village of Yelwa. (BBC News, 9 Nov 2011, Nigeria’s plastic bottle house, available at:-  http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-14722179) Hundreds of people – including government officials and traditional leaders have been coming to see how the walls are built in the round architectural shape popular in northern Nigeria.

Figure 1: boredpanda, 22 July 2014, 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles, available at:- http://www.boredpanda.com/plastic-bottle-recycling-ideas

The bottles, packed with sand, are placed on their side, one on top of the other and bound together with mud. It is difficult to think of a bottle as a brick. But a sand-filled bottle is stronger than brick and whatever you can do with a brick, you can do with a bottle.

Figure 2: boredpanda, 22 July 2014, 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles, available at:- http://www.boredpanda.com/plastic-bottle-recycling-ideas

In addition, it has got lots of advantages too like these houses are fire resistant, earthquake resistant, bullet proof, sand filled bottles is very good insulator in case of winters and summers, and many more. After this plastics bottles can be reuse in making different house hold items also like,

Figure 3: boredpanda, 22 July 2014, 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles, available at:- http://www.boredpanda.com/plastic-bottle-recycling-ideas

Figure 4: boredpanda, 22 July 2014, 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles, available at:- http://www.boredpanda.com/plastic-bottle-recycling-ideas

Figure 5: boredpanda, 22 July 2014, 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles, available at:- http://www.boredpanda.com/plastic-bottle-recycling-ideas

  

1.3 Research:-

 

  • Primary methodology :

We have conducted Primary survey by visiting the landfill and recycling centre (South Dublin County Council Ballymount Ave, Dublin on 3rd August 2015). We chose this method of research because landfill and recycling centre are the location where we can get the proper information of plastics bottles disposal. In addition we conducted face to face survey with 30 people of different age group. We questioned about the reuse of plastic bottles and further more got the opinions regarding the houses made of plastic bottles.

  • Secondary methodology :

We took information from the various websites regarding the reusing of plastic bottles and houses made of plastic bottles.

and in our research we also took information from the various books regarding the reusing of plastic bottles and houses made of plastic bottles:-

  • Waste, Recycling and Reuse,by Sally Morgan.
  • Waste Management Practices: Municipal, Hazardous, and Industrial, Second Edition, by John Pichtel(page 153)
  • Waste Management and Resource Recovery, by Charles R. Rhyner, Leander J. Schwartz, Robert B. Wenger, Mary G. Kohrell(Page 11 &12)
  • Biopolymers: Reuse, Recycling, and Disposal, by Michael Niaounakis (Page 275)

1.4 Findings:-

In landfill and recycling centre we find out that 72% of plastic bottles are landfilled, only 20% of the plastic bottles are recycled and only 8% of them are reused. As per our primary survey from four age group, those were under 18, 18-24, 24-35, 35-50, above 50. Out of which maximum response was from 18 to 35 age group. According to the survey only 3% people reuse the plastic bottles in home usage and 82% people responded positive for showing interest in these houses. In addition, after knowing the advantage of these houses 89% of people were agreed in living in them.

However, 40% of the people were curios on the stability of these houses.

We find out many articles and pictures from the internet and books of various house hold items made by plastic bottles like chandelier, lamp, parking canopy etc.

1.5 Recommendation:-

         

This project enabled us to look at all important aspects of use of plastics, and their impact on various facets of life. Therefore, if traditional plastics can be replaced in every possible field, then, the lingering issue of plastic waste and threats they seem to pose will be resolved. Also, as much as the use of plastics is reduced by introducing papers or other less harmful alternatives, the better our environment will be in the coming years.

Thus, we recommend for these houses which is eco-friendly and more reliable and that too it has lots of advantages like these houses are fire resistant, earthquake resistant, sand filled bottles is very good insulator in case of winters and summers, bullet proof and many more. 

 

1.6 Conclusion:-

          Plastic takes up large part of day to day routine life, from plastics used for furniture, electronics, to small households needs like containers and grocery bags. Since plastic first became accessible to consumers, it became widely used, due to the advantages it provides, such as lightweight, durability and its capability to mould into any products with chemicals and additives. It seems even serious if we think about the future generation that has to deal with uninterruptedly growing amount of plastic waste accrued in the environment. Based on all of the information we gathered and comparisons we have made, we determined that there is no one best alternative to the plastics problem we have, but different solutions should be combined for the best result, for example biodegradable plastic.

This project enabled us to look at all important aspects of use of plastics, and their impacts on various facets of life. Therefore, if traditional plastics can be replaced in every possible field, then, the lingering issue of plastic waste and threats they seem to pose will be resolved. Also, as much as the use of plastics is reduced by introducing papers or other less harmful alternatives, the better our environment will be in the coming years.

1.7 Appendix:-

Qus1:- What is your age?

 Under 18

 18-24

 25-34

 35-50

 50 above

Qus 2:- How many PET bottles do you use in a week?

 0-3

 4-7

 Above 8

Qus 3:- Do you reuse the empty bottles?

 No

 Yes

If yes then how ?

Qus4:- Would you be interested in houses made by plastic bottles?

 Yes

 No

Qus5:-views of made in houses of plastic bottles.

 Excellent

 Good

 Bad

Qus6:-would you be interested in living these houses?

 Yes

 No

Qus7:-Your primary concern of these houses?

 Prise

 Stability

 Government approved

 Flexibility

1.8 References:-

 

The Internet:-

Book references:-

  • Waste, Recycling and Reuse,by Sally Morgan.
  • Waste Management Practices: Municipal, Hazardous, and Industrial, Second Edition, by John Pichtel(page 153)
  • Waste Management and Resource Recovery, by Charles R. Rhyner, Leander J. Schwartz, Robert B. Wenger, Mary G. Kohrell(Page 11 &12)
  • Biopolymers: Reuse, Recycling, and Disposal, by Michael Niaounakis (Page 275)

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Project risk management

Project risk management

Risk means, “An uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative affect on a project objective”. Your project’s success depends on thorough planning that includes possibilities for your project budget and schedule.

The benefits of project risk management

Our risk management provides you with innovative solution, you designed to significantly improve your profit.

  • Determine your contingency and budget requirements at any time
  • Accurately assess your cash draw-down requirements
  • Minimise production costs
  • Instigate reduced insurance costs

Types of risk management

  1. Technical Risks:

Incomplete Design

Inadequate specification

Inadequate site investigation

Change in scope

Construction procedures

Insufficient resource availability

  1. Construction Risks:

Labour productivity

Labour disputes

Site condition

Equipment failures

Design changes

Too high quality standard

New technology

  1. Physical Risks:

Damage to structure

Damage to equipment

Labour injuries

Equipment and material fire and theft

  1. Organisational Risks

Contractual relations

Contractor’s experience

Attitudes of participants

Inexperienced work force

Communication

 

  1. Financial Risks

Increased material cost

Low market demand

Exchange rate fluctuation

Payment delays

Improper estimation

Taxes

  1. Socio-political Risks

Changes in laws and regulations

Pollution and safety rules

Bribery/Corruption

Language/Cultural barrier

Law and order

War and civil disorder

Requirement for permits and their approval

  1. Environmental Risks

Natural Disasters

Weather Implications

 

 Risk Response Planning

Risk Transfer

Transferring risk involves finding some other party who is willing to accept responsibility for          its management, and who will bear the liability of the risk should it occur. Transferring risk can be an effective way to deal with financial risk exposure. The aim is to ensure that the risk is owned and managed by the party best able to deal with it effectively.

Risk Mitigation/Reduction

Risk mitigation reduces the probability and or impact of an adverse risk event to an acceptable threshold. Taking early action to reduce the probability and/or impact of a risk is often more effective than attempting to repair the damage after the risk has passed.

Risk Exploit

Eliminate the uncertainty associated with a particular upside risk.

Risk Share

Transferring threats and sharing opportunities are similar in that a third party is used, those to whom the threats are transferred take on the liability and those to whom opportunities are allocated should also be allowed to share in the potential benefits

Risk Enhance

This response aims to alter the “size” of the positive risk. Seeking to facilitate or strengthen the cause of the opportunity, and proactively targeting and reinforcing its trigger conditions.

Risk Acceptance

Ultimately it is not possible to eliminate all threats or take advantage of all opportunities – we can document them and at least provide awareness that these exist and have been identified, some term this „passive acceptance.

Corruption report criticises Ireland’s lack of anti-bribery prosecutions.

Ireland has done little or nothing to stop business figures bribing officials, a damning international report has found.
Despite signing up to a global pledge 12 years ago to stamp out the corruption scourge, there hasn’t been a single prosecution.

The analysis by Transparency International reveals Ireland languishes among the bottom of an international league of countries for enforcing the anti-bribery convention.
John McDevitt, chief executive of the ethics watchdog in Ireland, said there is no sign of the accord being implemented this side of a general election.
“Precious few resources are invested in tackling corruption or white collar crime in Ireland and it appears that helping fighting international bribery is not a government priority either,” he said.

“There have been very few attempts to raise awareness among Irish companies of corruption risks when doing business abroad.
“It’s particularly disappointing to see that promised changes to Irish corruption legislation have yet to be introduced.
“With a general election pending, we’re unlikely to see it any time soon.”
In 2003, the government pledged to tackle bribery by Irish nationals and companies overseas to win contracts, licences and dodge taxes, as part of the OECD anti-bribery convention.

Out of 41 countries signed up to the accord, the latest study shows just four are actively investigating and prosecuting companies: the US; the UK; Germany; and Switzerland.
Another six are found to be moderately enforcing the law while nine countries are deemed to be acting in a limited manner.
Ireland is lumped in among 20 bottom-ranking countries – alongside the likes of Russia, Mexico and Columbia – for not having brought any criminal charges against major cross-border corruption over the past four years.
“Our government pledged to tackle bribery by Irish nationals and companies overseas when it ratified the OECD anti-bribery convention in 2003,” said Mr McDevitt.
“That was 12 years ago.
“Since then there has not been a single prosecution and there are no signs that the law will be enforced.”

Ready Mix Concrete

INTRODUCTION 

Ready-Mix Concrete (RMC) is a ready-to-use concrete, with predetermined mixture of cement, aggregates, additives and water. It is manufactured in a centrally located factory (Batching plant) according to a set recipe or as per specifications of the client. It is then delivered to the client’s worksite, often in special trucks (Transit mixer) capable of mixing the ingredients of the concrete en route. This results in a precise mixture, allowing specialty concrete mixtures to be developed and implemented on construction sites.

RMC is preferred to on-site concrete mixing because of the precision of the mixture and reduced worksite confusion. It facilitates speedy construction through programmed delivery at site and mechanized operation with consequent economy. It also decreases labour, site supervising cost and project time, thereby resulting in savings, proper control and economy in the use of raw materials. It assures consistent quality through accurate computerized control of aggregates and water as per mix designs. It minimizes cement wastage due to bulk handling and there is no dust problem and therefore, pollution-free.

 

Advantages of ready mix concrete.

  • Reduction in cement consumption by 10-12 % due to better handling and proper mixing.
  • Dust pollution will be reduce and cement will be save.
  • RMC uses bulk quantity.
  • Environment pollution is reduced due to less production of cement
  • Big benefits like speedy work, stability of structure.
  • Eliminating or minimizing human error and reduction in dependency on labour.
  • Increase construction life and save construction cost.
  • Quality assurance due to all process is mechanical handling and uniformity of process.
  • Less labour so less cost of labour cost.
  • Reduce storage cost.
  • Less maintenance cost as well as less operating cost.

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IELTS writing preparation

Yesterday afternoon had Desmond lecture, but I think Desmond is not presented or busy. So Leo D’Arcy took our lecture about IELTS exam preparation. He gave us some words list, and in this list had some formal and informal words. He gave some instruction about IELTS writing task 1st and 2nd. You never use informal words like

Formal Informal
Appeared Seem
Ascend Climb
Cease Stop
Commence Start
Consume Use
Decrease Go down
Depart Go
Finish End
Repair Mend
Opportunity Chance
Resident House
Vision Sight
Enquire To ask

In first task all information given in past decades or past years. So we write all information in simple past. In first task some category like the bar graph, pie chart, line graph and sometimes they give you information in table format. In the above graph, this all information like any country consume how much oil, coal, nature resources etc. on the other hand this all information is in past decades or past years.

He gave another some words never use in writing task like we, me, I, their, people, they etc.

In my country, there are very rich people and very poor people. People in the government are corrupt because they take bribes. We cannot live a good life and feel free all the time. I love my country because it is mine and many people fell the same way. We just wish our government would make more job and people could be more equal in their lives.

I wrote correct format

In Ireland, there are the very rich and very poor. The government is corrupt due to bribery. Living a good life and having freedom is impossible. There is a general sense of pride and belonging. His hoped the government will create more employment and will be greater equality

Construction Project Management Tools You Need

Construction project management

Construction project management is the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from beginning to completion. Construction project management is main aimed at meeting a client’s requirement in order to produce a functionally    and financially.

 Construction Project Management Tools You Need.

  • Communication
  • Scheduling
  • Budgeting
  • Selection
  • Tasks
  • Documents
  • Change orders
  • Financial
  • Service
  • Communication

There is some mode of communication like e-mail, face to face communication, phone call etc. All data send and receive by e-mail. Weekly construction  report summit to homeowner by e-mail.

  • Scheduling

Schedule all phases of construction projects, meetings, deadlines for selections. Management of subcontractors across all or your projects. See where all of your subs and resources need to be at a glance.

  • Budgeting

Mange project budgets, purchase order, track change order as well as reduce errors and increase profit. Mange issue purchase orders right time and right quantity.

  • Selection

Chose right quantity and quality, good quality worker needed.

  • Tasks

Give task to all contractor and sub-contractor and done work within given time.

  • Documents

The core of any successful CMP, this is provides all necessary documents to start construction.

  • Financial

Finance is important things in construction filed. Provide finance to construction time to time, and avoid unnecessary expenses.

  • Service

After completion of project provide maintains service like plumbing, paint, gardening, tails and floor etc.

Greenhouse Effects On Earth Temperature. ( Editing easy )

Greenhouse Effects On Earth Temperatur

Since last 10-15 years, there has been growing concern, changes in the climate and the possibility that these changes are correlated to human activity.  “Greenhouse gas effect means the  warming of the lower atmosphere of the earth that occurs when radiation from the sun is absorbed by the earth and then given off again and absorbed by carbon dioxide and water vapor in the atmosphere. “  Heating of the atmosphere resulting from the absorption by the earth`s  surface, that is why damage the earth’s climate. The effects have been increasing, and several harmful  effects on earth, because of the regular temperature increase of the earth. The gas molecules that absorb thermal infrared radiation and in the large quantity of the climate change.  The human  activities, such as the create a fossil fuel gas, by burning the coal, oil, natural gas, etc., and cutting the trees for the urban area development. In the atmosphere, a higher concentration of  greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide, methane,  nitrous oxide, etc is increasing.

The coming round of the industrial revolution and after  industrial growth, and simultaneously human pollution are also increasing. The resulting increase in greenhouse gas destroying to the atmosphere. In the atmosphere, Carbone dioxide level has increased by more than past some years, since the beginning of the industrial uprising. There are many causes of the greenhouse effect. People want new technology for easy human life, but they create pollution on the earth’s surface. They are making new industrial sector like mechanical, civil, IT, electronic, etc., but for this industrial sector wants the big amount of empty land. They have no empty land, but they do not stop industrialization, they are destroying forest areas. They cut the trees and make deforestation or empty land for own use. They are building the industrial zone and new city in the hill station and plain land. The deforestation creates trouble to earth cycle. A rise of carbon dioxide level, warming the earth and missing the monsoon season. The people using a chemical substance for own use like chloroform carbons acid, sodium carbonate etc., but this chemical are very destructive to the earth’s climate. All chemical companies emitting harmful gasses in the atmosphere. People are using a car, bike these all vehicle produce hazardous carbon dioxide gas and methane gas. Main reasons of the greenhouse effect are increasing the bulk amounts of carbon dioxide gas and mix in the atmosphere.

If  increasing the greenhouse gas effects as the same rates, one  day our planet is destroyed. Its effect is unhelpful to all animals and plants to survive on earth. People suffering a number of diseases like a skin diseases, headache, blindness, breathing problem,  etc.  I want to give you the current example, this year in the summer, our earth temperature is high as compared to past some  years. Our science department is saying  to us this year our earth temperature is growing  up to approximate 5*C.  That is why our ocean level is slightly increased. In this summer in India some places are very high temperature, so around 2,150 people are dying. Ozone layer depletion is of concern because it permits a greater degree  of ultraviolet- B radiation to reach the earth. Ozone depletion effects disturbing food chain and agriculture. Scientist report says, in next some years earth temperature increasing to around 4 *C to 5 *C. The main consequences of global warming a melting of the  ice caps, and sea level rise. The main loss of costal area, the flood level is increased in the coastal areas. Then in the coastal area very difficult to cultivate food, destroy or severely damage wildlife.

If we do  lots of Plantation this is the best way to decline the pollution. If Anyone cuts one tree, then they are plants the two trees in different places. Every tree soaks up many tons of carbons  from atmosphere while it grows. Large scale planting could  save our life for decades. Tree Make a healthy  and comfortable life, It keeps the environment clean and also free from of all kinds of pollution. The government has needed to create new rules and regulation for people and industrial sector. If we decided to reduce the greenhouse effect, it is possible. We motivate people for plantation or Advice to people do not cut the trees. The government has to make new rules if we want to cut the trees, then essential to take a permit from the government. If you want to establish the industrial zone, then the government  provides empty land, our outside of the city. The chemical company must build the high height chimney to draw out fuel gas and smoke. It keeps control of air pollution. We use a good condition vehicle, we do time to time vehicle servicing. Try to use of cycle for traveling, it is totally pollution free  and not expensive. Try to use Eco-friendly instruments/objects.

In my conclusion greenhouse gasses destroying the earth, so we have control the earth`s pollution. We all do plantation on the empty land, use of renewable energy like solar energy, wind energy, tidal energy, etc. this all energy does  not produce a pollution. Control or minimizes the industrial pollution like air pollution, water pollution, sound pollution, etc. If we do all things then grow up the ozone layer. Learn to use  that things which do not use hazardous chemicals. We have used only the required amount of fertilizer and  minimize pesticide uses.  Promote and make use of solar energy, it does not pollute  the environment and  it is  free of cost. Teach people to spread awareness about going green.  Being green is about promising yourself that you will not harm your environment. Also Promise yourself, you make the environment healthier and non-polluting.

Hunting The World’s Most Wanted People Smuggler.

Hunting The World’s Most Wanted People Smuggler

The hunt for the world’s most wanted people smuggler took us through some of the most inhospitable places on Earth as well as some of the most dangerous. We traced the key human trafficking routes used by one of the kingpins and followed the same path through which his network has smuggled thousands of migrants.

We saw the vast expanse of the Sahara desert crossed by hundreds and witnessed the instability across Libya which has created the perfect anarchic conditions for smugglers to flourish.  A where law and order is non-existent and saw how migrants were abused, beaten, humiliated but most of all exploited by almost everyone they came across in their quest to get to Europe The Italian investigators employed the same techniques used to crack down on the Sicilian godfathers and amassed a mountain of evidence against some of the key human traffickers operating inside Libya.

We saw the vast expanse of the Sahara desert crossed by hundreds and witnessed the instability across Libya which has created the perfect anarchic conditions for smugglers to flourish.  A where law and order is non-existent and saw how migrants were abused, beaten, humiliated but most of all exploited by almost everyone they came across in their quest to get to Europe. The Italian investigators employed the same techniques used to crack down on the Sicilian godfathers and amassed a mountain of evidence against some of the key human traffickers operating inside Libya.

I teach the grammar and post new blog. ( 17/7/15)

Last week on Mondy, 13 July 2015 I went to college at 5 to 11 am in Belfe street building. There were my friends reached before me and wait for me. There was all my class met Arpit, Anna, Libin and Neethu. Then we met each other and went in classroom number A1.2. After 2 minutes, my teacher Andrew Browne entered in the class. Andrew Browne, he has really very polite and very helpful person. He taught us new things this day and he gave general knowledge. Then he gave us a number of ideas, how to write the best essay in IELTS exam and in my master program. After a little discussion, he has shown some picture and videos related to crime, on http://www.commonread.com website. We were looked new vocabulary and we saw on the video, people how to do the crime. Then he gave us exercises related to crime vocabulary. I did not know the vocabulary of crime, but after the teacher taught us I knew all vocabulary like burglary, Abduction, Bigamy etc, ( Below I attached my last week exercises ). After one hour, we took a 10 minute break. Then he gave diagnostic test, in this test used past tenses like did not have/ were not having, stoped / stopped, and did not swam / swim etc, (Below I attached diagnostic test photos). Our class was over at 2 pm, we had one-hour lunch break 2 pm to 3 pm. After one hour, we went to the next class at 3 pm in class number A1.3. There were Gavin Kelly in the class, we were joined with Gavin Kelly. He gave a two-hour lecture, in this lecture we did IELTS exam preparation. We did a reading test, listening test and writing test. We had some problem in reading test, because of the vocabulary. Our class was over at 5 pm.
We came again the next day at 10 am in the morning. We all met in the class A1.2 with Marek. He taught us tenses, on Monday he taught only past tense. He gave to us various exercises, really I tell you this all exercises were very helpful for me. I had a little problem in tenses, but he tells me do not worry about that and he gave some tricks to find out tenses. He gave to us homework regarding past tense. He has taught us a very different way and his method is very helpful for me and I like it. In the evening, we had Andrew`s class in Castle house 3.4 computer labs. This class we were posted new blogs. Andrew told us last week you chose any one subject and write the essay. Then I chose one subject, my subject were Greenhouse gas effect. I had completed my free writing and posted on my new blog. Before posted, I had shown to Andrew and he told me you post I will give you respond on Friday.

We went to class on Friday in the morning at 10 am. We had the first lecture with Marek. He again taught us the grammar, but this day he took a present perfect. He has explained all rules and regulation of present perfect tense. He gave some exercises and gave a little idea how to find out present perfect tense. We had the next evening lecture in Castle house, room number 3.4 computer labs. Andrew gave me an edited version of my last blog post. I did correct my all mistake, then I post my new edited version. I did a mistake in the grammar and missed the article.

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