For kids
07 April, 2011
07 April, 2011

Nick  Kikvadze


It doesn’t matter the house is affluent or poor. All the people want to protect their flats and be sure that their wealth is safe. Many people spend a lot of money paying it to security agencies, or buying alarm systems.

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07 April, 2011
07 April, 2011

George  Chitaishvili


In the corner of almost every street of Tbilisi we come across the beggars. It’s hard to see them living and ‘working’ in such conditions. I think we have to help them as much as we could possibly afford. Many people give alms, especially if the beggar is young.

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31 March, 2011
31 March, 2011

Wesley  Wiseman


Many people of any age wear glasses, especially now (computer era). Some of them feel uncomfortable with it. Today I am introducing to you the device which will make spectacle - wearers feel very convenient with their needful glasses.

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31 March, 2011
31 March, 2011

David  Beroshvili
‘Apple’ keeps on dominating the world markets. The company offers us a new amazing gadget – a new version of iPAD2. What is the new version distinguished for? It’s three times thinner than the former one. It has a quicker processor and improved graphics.

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31 March, 2011
31 March, 2011

Giorgi  Chitaishvili
Some kids would laugh at other nations’ culture, customs and traditions, and don’t appreciate them accordingly. Every country has its characteristic culture, which includes its painting, literature, music, dancing, art, traditions, and other values.

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24 March, 2011
24 March, 2011

Nick  Kikvadze
I am certainly under a harsh impression as a result of destructive Tsunamis and earthquakes in Japan. Not only was it disastrous for the Japanese people it also was awfully unexpected. It took the lives of a lot of people and lots are still left in debris and there is a relief operation on to save them but they don’t have enough information to save these people.

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24 March, 2011
24 March, 2011

Wesley  Wiseman


There are so many achievements in technology that sometimes people can’t even catch up with all of them and some of them are left heedless. But the gadget that I want to talk about at this time is the one which I think will become the most desirable thing for you. Cellulon evoMouse is the mouse that doesn’t need to be touched with your hand. You only have to drag the he mouse as you should and the mouse will “act” accordingly. Your finger is your pointer.

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24 March, 2011
24 March, 2011

Giorgi  Chitaishvili

Myriad kids like talking but almost none of them likes to listen. There arises a question: who will listen to those nonstop chatter-boxes? First of all you should know that when you are listening you may get much useful information for you. When you are talking interminably you may just spill the beans and say such a thing that will not be interesting for a possible listener if you can get any at all.

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17 March, 2011
17 March, 2011

Wesley  Wiseman
Nowadays some of us use iPhone and carry it everywhere. And because we exploit it almost the whole day we also have to have with us its charger.

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17 March, 2011
17 March, 2011

Nick  Kikvadze


Plethora of kids have Bluetooth headsets. It’s cool but the headsets of our generation are uncomfortable to wear and when you wear it you look like a robot.

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