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Essay on a Russian film "Brother-2"

            “Brother 2” is a Russian film, and, in name, a sequel to 1997's Russian crime thriller Brother. I chose this film to write about because it is familiar to my Russian ethnicity and tells a lot about conflicts in society in America. The movie was made as a response to anti Soviet propaganda. It is very popular among Russian people.

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Disgrace
Course:Eng 102
Essay by tomeng
2/10/2013

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This Week's Lessons

Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. How do you describe food that's not spicy and not flavored?

“They're a little ___, don't you think?”

2. What do you say about an object that reminds you of good old memories?

“Hey, come on! That has ___ ___ to me!”

3. Use this expression to communicate surprise:

“___! Look at the size of that rock!”

4. Explain a number that's smaller now than it used to be.

“We're ___ ___ only 3 people now.”

The latest phrases

This Week's Lessons

Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. This means that you didn't sleep well:

“I was ___ and ___ all night.”

2. What word means the way that you sit, stand, and walk?

“I need to work on my ___.”

3. You can say this to a child who has a cold:

“Your nose is ___. Come here and let me ___ it.”

4. How can you politely ask for information on the phone?

“Yes, I ___ ___ if you take Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield?”

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This Week's Lessons

Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. This phrase means to relax:

“I'm just gonna ___ ___ with a cold drink and watch the game. You?”

2. This is a recently popular phrase for talking about something that you don't like very much:

“I'm not really ___ ___ of horizontal stripes.”

3. This is something encouraging to say to a young child:

“Wow. What a ___ ___!”

4. How can you describe how you comb your hair?

“I usually wear it ___ on the side.”

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Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. This 3-word phrase can also be replaced with "to":

“Tell me what we need to do ___ ___ ___ make this go through.”

2. Ask about where an event is going to happen:

“Where's the next one ___ ___?”

3. What do you tell a child who doesn't like healthy food?

“It's important to eat ___ ___ so you can grow up to be big and strong.”

4. What's a word to describe your heart beating really quickly?

“My heart's still ___.”

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This Week's Lessons

Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. What's this phrase that means to do a bunch of math?

“I don't know exactly how much it'll be. I'll call the office and have them ___ the ___.”

2. What do you say to get out of a fight?

“Listen, I don't ___ any ___.”

3. How do English speakers talk about the speed of a car?

“You were ___ 55 in a 35 mile per hour ___.”

4. Talk about your stressful job or raising children with this phrase:

“It's never a ___ moment!”

i before e

Probably the best-known spelling rule in English is a jingle that nearly all English-speaking schoolchildren learn:
I before e
Except after c
Or when sounded like a
As in eighty and weigh.

(Sometimes "like" is "as," and the two examples may vary.)

The jingle helps in spelling a certain block of words. However, the rule is more famous for its many exceptions than for its solutions.

I before E

The jingle says that under most circumstances, i before e is the norm.

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This Week's Lessons

Guess which words fit in the blanks to complete each key sentence. Answers are at the bottom!

1. You can say this to a former friend who's hurt you:

“After everything I've done for you, you turn around and ___ me ___ ___ ___ like this?”

2. What's a phrasal verb that means to review something later?

“Can you ___ ___ ___ Jay later this week?”

3. This means that something was easy:

“She didn't even ___ a ___.”

4. This is a phrase that identifies what caused something, or what's responsible for it:

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