Knitting Chart Maker - Review of Knitting Chart Maker Program by Jacquie The Bottom Line For a free program, this is a good option for people who want to make charts for their own use and who have a good grasp of what the different symbols mean. I found it a little frustrating to use, but other people might not replicate the problems I had. Draft EU deal: What Cameron wanted and what he got Image copyright Reuters David Cameron has hailed a draft EU reform deal as delivering the "substantial changes" he wants to see to the UK's relationship with the 28-nation bloc. He says some work is needed to hammer out the details ahead of a crunch summit in Brussels on 18 February. But how does the 16-page letter drawn up by the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, measure up to what the prime minister originally wanted from the negotiations? The BBC's chief correspondent Gavin Hewitt gives his verdict while Europe correspondent Chris Morris looks at how the deal will be perceived elsewhere in the EU. Sovereignty
Introduction - French listening exercises This modern languages resource has 10 recordings of French speech, describing the everyday lives of French teenagers. The recordings are accompanied by transcripts in French so learners can check their understanding. Listening exercise one - Thomas and Pierre International Baccalaureate Programme Welcome to the SFU Library! IB visits are designed to introduce students to university-level library research and to student life at SFU. There are two visit options available depending on the time of year: Research visits Offered during non-peak periods: April/May (Spring semester) and November/December (Fall semester). Mapping Festival 2014 Skip to main content Date / Tout sa 17 di 18 ma 20 me 21 Standards and Guidelines for Crochet and Knitting The publishers, fiber, needle and hook manufacturers and yarn members of the Craft Yarn Council have worked together to set up a series of guidelines and symbols to bring uniformity to yarn, needle and hook labeling and to patterns, whether they appear in books, magazines, leaflets or on yarn labels. Our goal is to make it easier for industry manufacturers, publishers and designers to prepare consumer-friendly products and for consumers to select the right materials for a project and complete it successfully. Included are: We urge manufacturers, publishers and designers, to adopt these guidelines. Downloads of the graphic symbols are available at this web site at no charge. We ask that if you use them in any publication that you advise us in an e-mail of your intention to use them and that the following credit line be given: Source: Craft Yarn Council's www.YarnStandards.com
Australian migration to NZ hits new high Image copyright Getty Images More people are moving from Australia to New Zealand than vice versa for the first time in 24 years, officials say. Statistics NZ said 25,273 people migrated to New Zealand from Australia in 2015, almost two thirds of them were New Zealanders returning home. How To Practice Listening in French - Talk in French Reading time: 4 minutes Learning a new language and becoming fluent in it is quite difficult to do, but with an open mind, an eagerness to learn, and the right approach, it can be done in a year or even in six short months. There are those who say that it takes around 800 hours of dutiful learning for one to learn a new language.
CAS Corner: Help with CAS activities for IB students Hello fellow CAS Coordinators! This is just a reminder that your seniors’ CAS Activities must be submitted by June 1, 2014 (depending on your school’s location you may have a different due date). But if you’re like me, by June… Secret Paris – Bars – Time Out Paris In a city saturated with tourists, it's all too easy to forget that there's more to Parisian nightlife than glitzy clubs and overpriced brasseries milking some obscure connection to Hemingway for all its worth. The premium on space in the city has pushed the alternative scene far away, whether to the whispered-of warehouse raves out in the sticks or to the literally underground parties in the catacombs. While you try in vain to get yourself invited to either, we've compiled a list of our six favourite inner-city venues that, despite their popularity with locals and long-time residents, tend to get overlooked by the mainstream crowd. Come here to eat, drink, dance, rap, be rapped at, unwind to smooth jazz, then start all over again come the early hours.
Article: The Best Social Media Icons All In One Place 464 shares 8 Free & Useful Minimal Icon Sets Icons are certainly a very important element of a design. It doesn’t matter if you are putting together a website or app, icons will be the key for several user interactions. Opera in English The history of opera in the English language commences in the 17th century. Earliest examples In England, one of opera's antecedents in the 16th century was an afterpiece which came at the end of a play; often scandalous and consisting in the main of dialogue set to music arranged from popular tunes. In this respect such afterpieces anticipate the ballad operas of the 18th century. At the same time, the French masque was gaining a firm hold at the English Court, with lavish splendour and highly realistic scenery.
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Differentiation Top Tips and Tricks by Hannah Tyreman and Scott Reilly The Running Race Imagine you had set up a 100m running club. You had Usain Bolt, Paula Radcliffe and Tanni Grey-Thompson all signed up to attend. You'd all expect them to complete the race and meet the aim of the 100m but they'd each do this in different ways.