Jake Sully: With your permission, I will speak now. You would honor me by translating. The Sky People have sent us a message... That they can take whatever they want. That no one can stop them. Well we will send them a message. You ride out as fast as the wind can carry you... You tell the other clans to come. Tell them Toruk Makto calls to them! You fly now, with me! My brothers! Sisters! And we will show the Sky People... That they can not take whatever they want! And that this... this is our land!
convince people about the necessity to overcome oppression and violence by force.
invite people to a seminar to discuss the crucial political and moral questions of our time.
make a speech in order to candidate for the US Black Civil Rights leader.
make people aware that Love and nonviolence is the answer to finish conflicts, such as, vengeance, violence and hostility.
Text Message Cautions
Sending text messages can be a fun and convenient way to stay in touch with your friends, flirt with a potential boyfriend or girlfriend, and keep up on the latest gossip. However you should keep the following suggestions in mind:
* There’s a time and a place for text message symbols. Make sure a "B4" or "UR" doesn't slip into your English composition or job application form.
* Be careful not to take your attention away from more important things, whether studying for a test or watching your little sister.
* You should especially never send or read text messages while driving.
* Don’t be surprised by the bill at the end of the month. Know how much each text message costs and if there are any limits.
By saying “Don’t forget to switch your cassette player off”, the penguin is
giving a command.
giving some advice.
making a complaint.
making an invitation.
My wife June and I met at the Fall, 1983 CUE conference. June is probably the only person to have been president of two CUE affiliates: San Diego CUE and Orange County CUE. When our __________ Alex was born, the organization's newsletter carried his picture with the caption "The ultimate CUE Baby".
JOHN ROBERTS: (…) Plus, counting down to history. Michael Phelps takes another gold medal at the Olympics and gets ready for one of the biggest moments of his career tonight.
We're live in Beijing. You're watching the "Most News in the Morning."
JOHN ROBERTS: Welcome back to the "Most News in the Morning." The golden boy does it again. Michael Phelps wins his sixth gold medal in six tries. He won the 200 meter individual medley in world record time. He goes for gold medal number seven tonight, and that would tie Mark Spitz for the most number of gold medals in a single games.
Phelps helped push the United States back to the top of the medal count as well. The U.S. now has 43 overall medals compared to 37 for China, but China still has more gold. Australia in third place now with 20 total medals.
And it was a very successful day for the United States not only in the pool but the gym as well.
Larry Smith joins us now live from Beijing with an Olympic wrap. Gold, silver in the individual gymnastics there, Larry. Not a bad night.
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The text encourages people to
get involved in good works.
handle difficulties well.
have a lot of leisure time.
have a very good job.
Benjamin Franklin invented bifocal glasses in the 1700s. He was nearsighted and had also become farsighted in his middle age. Tired of switching between two pairs of glasses, Franklin cut the lenses of each pair of glasses horizontally, making a single pair of glasses that focused at both near regions (the bottom half of the lenses) and far regions (the top half of the lenses).This new type of glasses let people read and see near and far away; they are still in use today.
Trip Along the Potomac River,
One of America’s Historic Waterways
Written by Jerilyn Watson
14 March 2006
We will explore the Potomac River in a small boat called a canoe that we move through the water using sticks called paddles. Our trip will take seven or eight days. The boat has only enough space for two or three people. But we will not be alone on the water. Other canoes float nearby.