Friday, March 29, 2013

My favourite songs

The most famous song in England is: Severus snape Damveldor. Even though you might not believe it, this song is very famous and very important for everyone.
Here are the lyrics:
Snape: Hmm, What is that mysterious ticking noise?
Not over here, not over there

Hmm, Kinda Catchy...

Snape, Snape, Severus Snape (x2)
Dumbledore!
Snape, Snape, Severus Snape
Dumbledore! (x3)

Snape, Ron, Snape, Ron, Severus Snape, Ron Weasley

Dumbledore! (x3)

Snape,Ron,Hermione Snape,Ron, Severus Snape, Ron Weasley, Hermione

Harry Potter Harry Potter Ooh! Harry Potter Harry Potter Yeah Harry Potter Harry Potter Ooh! Harry Potter Harry Potter That's me!

Dumbledore!

Snape Harry (x8)

DUMBLEDORE!!!

...Hermoine
Dumbledore!

Snape, Ron, Hermione Snape, Ron, Severus Snape, Ron Weasley, Hermione

Harry Potter Im Harry Potter Im Harry Potter Harry Harry Potter
All: Singing a Song All Day Long at Hooooooooooooogwarts! 
Ron: I found the source of the ticking! It's a pipe bomb!
Harry and Hermione: Yay!

(Hogwarts blows up)
Voldemort song:

*evil laugh*

Voldemort, Voldemort, ooh volde- volde volde 

Voldemort!

Now, seriously, this song gets to my heart. The next song is very beautiful, it has a very nice dance, look! Its name is:

I could watch you for a lifetime, you're my favorite movie
A thousand endings, you mean everything to me
I never know what's coming, forever fascinated
Hope you don't stop running, to me 'cause I'll always be waiting
You are my cinema, I could watch you forever
Action, thriller, I could watch you forever
You are my cinema, a Hollywood treasure
Love you just the way you are
My cinema, my cinema, my cinema
Cinema, cinema, cinema

Another song that has a lot of rhythm. Listen to the song


Now, we will never get back to
To the old school
To the old grounds, it's all about the newfound
We are the newborn, the world know all abouts.
(We are the future and we're here to stay)
We've come a long way since that day
And we will never look back, at the faded silhouette
We've come a long way since that day (that day)

Finally, a very well-known song by Bruno Mars:


Because you make feel like
I've been locked out of heaven
For too long, for too long
Yeah you make feel like
I've been locked out of heaven
For too long, for too long
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh, yeah, yeah, oh, yeah, yeah

A song that I keep loving is:


I hear Jerusalem bells a ringingRoman Cavalry choirs are singingBe my mirror, my sword and shieldMy missionaries in a foreign field
For some reason I can not explainOnce you go there was neverNever an honest wordAnd That was when i ruled the world



Croatia

Croatia Is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic in Europe at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans, and the Mediterranean. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb. The country is divided into 20 counties and the city of Zagreb. Croatia covers 56,594 square kilometres (21,851 square miles) and has diverse, mostly continental and Mediterranean climates. Croatia's Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands. The country's population is 4.28 million, most of whom are Croats, with the most common religious denomination being Roman Catholicism.

In 2008, Croatia has a population of 4,453,500 inhabitants. Life expectancy is 74.9 years. The 98.5% of the population is literate. The average number of children per woman is only 1.41 which is causing its population is reduced by 0.03% each year.
Most of Croatia has a moderately warm and rainy continental climate as defined by the Köppen climate classification. Mean monthly temperature ranges between −3 °C 
and 18ºC

Croatian is the official language of Croatia, and it is expected to become the 24th official language of the European Union upon its accession in 2013. Minority languages are in official use in local government units where more than a third of population consists of national minorities or where local legislation defines so. Those languages are CzechHungarianItalian,RuthenianSerbian and Slovakian.
Three important people of Croatia:



Modric is a Croatian footballer who plays for Real Madrid and the Croatia national football team. Modrić plays mainly as a central midfielder, but he can also play as an attacking midfielder and winger.
Petrovic,also known as the genius of Šibenik,he was a Croatian basketball player. shooting guard, he initially achieved success playing professional basketball in Europe in the 1980s before joining the American NBA in 1989. Petrović died in a car accident at the age of 28.

Danijela martinovic, also known simply as Danijela, a popular Croatian singer who is enjoying considerable success in the Balkans. She is known internationally for having participated in the Festival of the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 held in Birmingham (UK) with the song "Neka mi ne Svane" being in the 5th position with 131 points.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

My favourite songs


These are some of my favourite songs because they  remember me good times in my life and give me strength in my worst moments, I hope you like them.

Cascada - Everytime we touch


'Cause every time we touch 
I get this feeling, 
And every time we kiss 
I swear I can fly, 
Can't you feel my heart beat fast 
I want this to last 
Need you by my side 
'Cause every time we touch 
I feel the static, 
And every time we kiss 
I reach for the sky, 
Can't you hear my heart beat slow 
I can't let you go 
Want you in my life 



Leona Lewis - Homeless


Waiting here, for you to call me, 
For you to tell me, 
That everything's a big mistake, 
Waiting here in this rainfall, 
Feeling so small, 
This dream was not supposed to break, 
I'm so sorry now, 
For the pain i cost you, 
Won't you please forgive, 
Please? 

But you don't love me anymore, 
You dont want me anymore 
Theres a sign on your door 
No Vacancies, Just emptiness, 
Without your love, 
I'm Homeless.



Pink - Try


Where there is desire 
There is gonna be a flame 
Where there is a flame 
Someone's bound to get burned 
But just because it burns 
Doesn't mean you're gonna die 
You gotta get up and try, and try, and try 
You gotta get up and try, and try, and try 
You gotta get up and try, and try, and try. 


Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know

But you didn´t have to cut me off 
make out like it never happend 
and that we were nothing 
and I don´t even need your love 
but you treat me like a streanger 
and that feels so rough 
You didn´t have to stoop so low 
have your friends collect your records 
and then change your numbers 
I guess that I don´t need that tough 
now you´re just somebody that I used to know 
now you´re just somebody that I used to know 
now you´re just somebody that I used to know 

SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa





The nationality of its inhabitants is South Africans.


South Africa is a multi cultural country because eleven languages are spoken although
English and Afrikaans are the most used. Other languages are Ndebele, Sesotho, Sotho
Septentrional, Tswana, Swazi,Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu.


South African´s political system is Republic of South Africa where the Government of South
Africa act under a parliamentary system, inspired by the British of Westminster. The
President of South Africa is the head of State and head of Government. It is selected by the 
bicameral Parliament, which consists of the national Assembly and the National Council of
provinces, the President is the leader of the majority party in the National Assembly, which
has 400 members elected through an electoral system. The National Council of provinces
consists of 90 members representing each of the nine provinces of South Africa.

The population of South Africa is around 49 320 000 people

South Africa is situated in the south of Africa and bordered by Namibia to the north-west,
Botswana by the north, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland by north-east. The country
is surrounded by the Atlantic and Indian oceans.









The currency is the South African Rand(1 EUR = 11,05

ZAR)

The total area of South Africa is about  1.219.080 km².
South Africa has got three capitals, they are Pretoria, where we find the headquarters of
the executive power ;Bloemfontein where we find the headquarters of the  judiciary power
and Cape Town, where we find the headquarters of the legislative power.

An important historical fact is the Second Boer War where British fought with
Boers for the gold and diamonds of South Africa. Another historical fact important is when this
country finally achieved independence in 1961.

Some famous people of South Africa are:
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a famous politician and he was awarded the "Nobel Peace Prize" in 1993


Samuel Eto'o Fils is a famous footballer that received the "African Golden Ball"

Sasha Pieterse is an actress that now you can see in "Pretty Little Liars"


   Koeksister is a typical dish of South Africa; it  is a sweet syrup coated South Africa and has a dough very similar to a doughnut in shaped like a braid.
  South Africa isn't a member of the European Union.
   South Africa is a beautiful country to live as you can see, but I think that I wouldn't  live there because I don´t like the food of South Africa very much.
                       

Monday, March 18, 2013

POLAND

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Poland, officially the Republic of Poland is a country in Central Europe, bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukranie and Belarus to the east and the Baltic Sea and Kaliningrad Oblast, a Russian enclave ans Lithuania to the north. The inhabitants are called "Poles" and the official language is Polish, Polish is a language of the Lechitic subgroup of West Slavic languages but in Poland other languages like  German are spoken 
Poland is a democracy, with a president as a head of state, whose current constitution dates from 1997. The government structure centres on the Council of Ministers, led by a Prime Minister. The president appoints the cabinet according to the proposals of the Prime Minister, typically from the majority coalition in the Sejm. The president is elected by popular vote every five years.
Poland has a population of over 38.5 million people. The currency is the "zloty".
'Zloty'
The total area of Poland is 312.679 square kilometres making it the 69th largest country in the world and the 9th largest in Europe. The capital city is Warsaw, which is located on the Vistula River, other famous cities in Poland are Łódź, Glogowiec or Kraków.
One important historical fact is the Second World War. The Sanacja movement controlled 
Poland until the start of World War II in 1939, when Nazi  and Slovakia Invasion of
 Poland (1939) on 1 September and the Soviet invasion of Poland on 17 September, which
followed the breaking of the Soviet–Polish Non-Aggression Pact, occurred.
Some famous poles are:
Wislawa Szymborska: Poet and translator, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1996 at the age of seventy-three. 

Roman Polanski: One of the most famous Polish directors and an Oscar winner.

Witold Gombrowicz: Novelist, short-story writer, dramatist, and best known for the novel “Ferdydurke” (1937) and other absurdity satires.

Traditional Polish custom of blessing food on Holy Saturday. This Święconka basket contains: kiełbasa, boiled eggs, salt, pepper and bread. Decorated with bilberry leaves. Blessed food is eaten on Easter breakfast. 
Poland has been  a member of the EU since 2004.

A MAGAZINE FILE

It is an accessory that is used to store magazines. It is very light. It measures the same as a sheet of paper, and width as the width of approximately 3 of our fingers. It is a tool that is as true for the home or office, perfect for compulsive readers of magazines, in addition to being able to save other documents. It is easily transportable and can be supported on all types of material.

                                                      

Frames


FRAMES



This object is used for see photos while protect it. It´s made for wood but it´s can be made by diferent materials how plastic,glass or metal. His size is medium and his shape is rectangular or squared.













describe an object: swivel chair with casters


My object is used to sit, usually sitting to study. I'ts made in china, of silver, plastic and  iron.
The object is a medium sized, it's round where you support your back and the base where you sit is rectangular. I'ts has 4 wheels to move.
You can buy it at a furniture store.

New Zealand

New Zealand



The Nacionality of its inhabitants is neozelandeses.
In this country spoke New Zealand English, Maori and sign language of New Zealand. The most widely used is the New Zealand English.
The political system of this country is an independent parliamentary democracy.
The number of population of New Zealand is about 4.327.944 people,
is located in the South Pacific near the American Southwest and east of australia


This country doesn't have borders is surrounded by the South Pacific Ocean.
Its currency is the New Zealand dollar.
The total land area amounts to 268,021 km ².
The capital city is Wellington, other important cities, other important cities are Island  Stewart and the island Chatham.
New Zealand and Polynesian settlements had had a treaty of Waitangi.

A famous New Zealand is the Melanie Lynskey


A typical breakfast consists of New Zealand cereal and toast with a cup of tea, lunch is usually something light because the main meal is dinner consisting of meat with vegetables and potatoes.

This country isn't a member of the European Union.

Switzerland.


                                  

The country I'm going to talk you about is Switzerland.

Its inhabitants are called swiss.

Switzerland is a multi cultural country, where many languages are spoken such as german, spoken by the majority of the population, but french, italian and romansh are also spoken. 


Switzerland's political system is the directly-democratic directorial federal republic, that means the people is directly involved in the government of the country. It is also a well-known tax haven, where they benefit from exceptional fiscal conditions.


Switzerland's population is estimated on 8 million people.



Switzerland is located in central Europe and is bordering Germany, France, Italy and Austria.



The currency in this country is the Swiss franc. (1 € = 1,6122 CHF)



The total area is about 41,285 km2.

Bern is the capital city but there are other important cities like Zurich. This city is the largest city in Switzerland and is the city with the best quality of life in the world. Geneva is also an important city, it is the headquarter of the Red Cross and of many agencies of the United Nations.




                               



Switzerland is characterized by its neutrality during the first and the Second World War. It is also the birthplace of the Red Cross Movement, founded in 1863.

Roger Federer is the most important swiss nowadays. This tennis player is considered one of the greatiest tennis player of all time and owns many titles. 


Hermann Hesse is a swiss poet and novelist, who received in 1946 the Nobel Prize in Literature. His best-known works are Steppenwolf, Siddharta and The Glass Bead Game.


An other famous is Johanna Spyri, born in Zurich in 1817, a swiss writter known all over the world for her book Heidi.


The typical swiss dish is the fondue. We can find many cheese types, as gruyere or emmental too.


Swiss chocolate is considered the best for its high quality. There are many very famous swiss chocolate brands, like Toblerone, Nestle or Lindt (the firts company to create the milk chocolate).


                                   



Swiss wine is also well-known. The most widespread varieties are the Chasselas and Pinot noir.


Switzerland is the only country, in western Europe, that does,'t belong to the European Union.


I think switzerland is a great place to live. It is a beatiful and very developped country. Moreover Zurich is the city with best standar of living in the world, this makes Switzerland a country where I would like to live in a future.