Early and Medieval English Literature
-The Anglo-Saxon Period,449-1066
The Middle English Period,1066-1485
Saint Augustine,?-604 40
- 3 000
exit; out; way out
nothing to declare
gate; departure gate
FLT No (fligh
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Chinese), 500 ,
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Today I have come back to Hong Kong to stand before you and account for
myself. I have never escaped from my responsibility. During the past few
weeks, I have been with my mother and my
abacus: calculate / sextant: navigate ( / )
noun (plural abaci or abacuses)
Etymology: Latin, from Greek abak-, abax, literally, slab
Date: 14th century
1. an instrument for performing calculations by sliding counters al
Land and People
Chapter 1 Land and People
I. Different Names for Britain and its Parts
1.Geographical names: the British Isles, Great Britain and England.
2.Official name: the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
3.The British Isle
Tongue [t] Twister ['twist] A
A big black bug [b] bit a big black bear [b], made the big black bear bleed [bli:d] blood.
A big black bug bit a big black bear. Where's the big black bear the big black bug bit?
A bitter ['bit] biting ['baiti] bittern ['bi