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26 July, 2012
26 July, 2012

Nick  Kikvadze

I cannot understand people who like to be alone. Our friends keep us company and we are always having good time in company of our friends except some unfortunate cases.

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26 July, 2012
26 July, 2012

Wesley  Wiseman

New gadgets always make our daily activities easier and more comfortable. This device is not an exception - IRIScan Book 2 is a scanner that enables you to scan books, documents, magazines and photos regardless of the time or where you are – and this is achieved without the need for computer in the vicinity.

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26 July, 2012
26 July, 2012

George  Chitaishvili

In summer time almost everyone tries to get some suntan whether it is good or bad for them. Most people do not know how to be moderate, and they lie under the sun as long as they think their free time allows them to. Often, any length of sunburn could be enough for damaging the skin and sometimes such unlimited sunbathing injures a person’s health real hard. So, besides the length of the process of sunbathing, it is also very important to choose the right time for tan.

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19 July, 2012
19 July, 2012

Nick  Kikvadze

Winter sport is a sport which is played on snow or ice. These sports are skiing, snowboarding, ice skating etc. It is not easy to master winter sports but it’s also important to know how to ski or snowboard.

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19 July, 2012
19 July, 2012

 

Wesley  Wiseman

I think it’s just about time for all of us to become eco-friendly and to use the devices which help us to protect our environment. Such one is the Mushroom GreenZero Wall Travel Charger.

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19 July, 2012
19 July, 2012

George  Chitaishvili

Men like hunting and the hunting season has already come, but it t is too difficult for me to understand how a man can find anything enjoyable in killing a living being .

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12 July, 2012
12 July, 2012

Nick  Kikvadze

I wouldn’t probably exaggerate to say that music is the most popular form of art in the world. There isn‘t a person who doesn‘t like listening to music. When you listen to music you forget everything bad that had happened to you before. After school, I just sit back and listen to music. It doesn‘t only make me feel relaxed but it also makes me feel happy.

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12 July, 2012
12 July, 2012

Wesley  Wiseman

Who wants to get dressed and run to doctor’s office when he or she doesn’t feel well? I think that almost everyone prefer to stay at home and at the same time to be sure that his health is under doctor’s control without coming him/her to yours.

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11 July, 2012
11 July, 2012

George  Chitaishvili

Nowadays there are so many drawings of lotteries in our country and legion of kids are eager to win money in so many kinds of games or lotteries. And they have already planned how to use the winnings, counting their chickens before they are hatched.

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05 July, 2012
05 July, 2012

Nick  Kikvadze
Television is a part of our life. We spend hours every week watching TV. This will certainly affect our behavior. Unfortunately, the effect of the TV is usually negative. TV makes people more violent and less imaginative. When we read a book we have to imagine all the characters but when we watch TV, everything is shown to us.

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