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The Twenty Fourteen Theme. Follow Get every new post delivered to your Inbox. Build a website with Cancel. Attwood, Oliver. Barnes, Cushla. Butland, Craig. Clark, Logan. Colquhoun, Jorja. Copley, Susie. Coy, Max. Drew, Regan. Faulkner, Zack. Romeo Montague In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, the title couple is referred to as a pair of ‘star-crossed lovers’.

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Love is a major theme in the story and throughout the play the audience witnesses Romeo fall in love not once, but two times. Romeo uses sentimental language to describe his infatuation for Rosaline. Romeo and Juliet experience love at first sight and even though their love is forbidden due to the rivalry between their respective families. Romeo makes certain risks to be able to see his fair Juliet. Romeo is extremely romantic and caring. Romeo is very good at expressing his love . Romeo is a super kind young man. Throughout Romeo and Juliet, Romeo’s actions indicate that he is a true romantic. Fonseca-Hussona, Lailah. Hackett, Tim. Halewood, Max. 1)The nazis put Joseph prisoners in a tiny cell cold called the cooler 2)The school was taken over by nazis and taught kids German 3)The kids were left with their mother 4)Joseph found the silver sword 5)He gave the kid the silver sword in return for information about where his 6)family is 7)He escaped the German prison on a sky line English pancakes are traditional for an English celebration called shrove Tuesday unlike normal pancakes these are similar to a French crepe and instead of maple syrup it has squeezed lemon and sugar for the garnish.

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Bowl Whisk Frying pan Serving plate Spoon Ladle 180g flour 2 eggs A pinch of salt 1 teaspoon 200ml water 30g of melted butter Some extra melted butter for frying Caster sugar One lemon halved Enjoy your pancakes! Heyns, Sean. Horne, Lachlan. Kolodziej, Kaye. We should stop devices from ruining our lives.

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I say that we should stop devices from ruining our lives because the parts of our lives that are being affected are the important things: our bodies, everyday lives and it also is killing us on the road. Should we keep this negative effect on our body going? You may not know it, but devices are harming are eyes when you read/watch something off your device at night. When you read/watch something off your device when it is dark and you have a light screen you are harming your eyes because when you look away from the screen and back to it you are changing the light perception and this is harming the nerves in your eyes, but we can make a change and stop this from harming us we just need to read with the light on. Because of this our eyes will start to become weak. Should we let this go on, should we give in, should we let this affect others? There are trillion of deaths on the road every year caused phones. Kaye Kolodziej. Lawson, Caitlin. Marsh, Shelby. The north and the west and the south are good for hunting, but it is forbidden to go east.

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It is forbidden to go to any of the dead places except underground. The world above was covered in soot, smoke lingering in the air from the previous construction, while building bricks surfacated the greenery that once lived underneath. McElhannan, Liam. Osborne, Eli. Plumbley, Khyla. Prudden, Joshua. Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction is literature which involves global catastrophic risk.

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The literature is mainly science fiction or horror fiction with the apocalypse event typically being climatic, such as runaway climate change; natural, such as an impact event; man-made, such as nuclear warfare; medical, such as a plague or virus, whether natural or man-made; or imaginative, such as zombie apocalypse or alien invasion. Shimwell, Michael. English film essay WALL-E Intro: The movie Wall-e is a movie by Pixar movies is set 700 years in the future the main characters are Eve and Wall-e who is a trash compactor, Wall-e is trying too look after the earth while the humans are in space, the biggest ship (the axiom a very big cruise ship holding 600,000 humans) 1st para: One of the most important parts in the movie is when eve meets wall-e, eve brings him happiness and he isn’t lonely.

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If he never met eve the humans could still be in space for the rest of their lives 2nd para: The next important thing in the movie is when the sand storm comes and wall-e and eve evacuate to wall-e’s house and then wall-e shows eve all of his spare parts and collections like the tv. Smith, Tom. Van Ingen-Kal, Ty. Wenman, Harry. Williamson, Emily.