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100 Ways to Save The Environment

In Your Home Conserve Energy 1. Clean or replace air

filters on your air conditioning unit at least once a month. 2. If you have central air conditioning, do not close vents in unused rooms. 3. Lower the thermostat on your water heater to 120. 4. Wrap your water heater in an insulated blanket. 5. Turn down or shut off your water heater when you will be away for extended periods. 6. Turn off unneeded lights even when leaving a room for a short time. 7. Set your refrigerator temperature at 36 to 38 and your freezer at 0 to 5 . 8. When using an oven, minimize door opening while it is in use; it reduces oven temperature by 25 to 30 every time you open the door. 9. Clean the lint filter in your dryer after every load so that it uses less energy. 10. Unplug seldom used appliance s.

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In Your Home Reduce Toxicity 29. Eliminat

e mercury from your home by purchasing items without mercury, and dispose of items containing mercury at an appropriate drop-off facility when necessary (e.g. old thermom eters). 30. Learn about alternativ es to household cleaning items that do not use hazardous chemicals. 31. Buy the right amount of paint for the job. 32. Review labels of household cleaners you use. Consider alternatives like baking soda, scouring pads, water or a little more elbow grease. 33. When no good alternatives exist to a toxic item, find the least amount required for an effective, sanitary result. 34. If you have an older home, have paint in your home tested for lead. If you have lead-based paint,

In Your Office 49. Copy and print on

both sides of paper.

Ways to Use Less Water 73. Check and fix any

water leaks. 74. Install watersaving devices on your faucets and toilets. 75. Don't wash dishes with the water running continuously. 76. Wash and dry only full loads of laundry and dishes. 77. Follow your community's water use restrictions or guidelines. 78. Install a low-flow shower head. 79. Replace old toilets with new ones that use a lot less water. 80. Turn off washing machine's water supply to prevent leaks.

50. Reuse items like

envelopes, folders and paper clips. 51. Use mailer sheets for interoffice mail instead of an envelope.Use mailer sheets for interoffice mail instead of an envelop e. 52. Set up a bulletin board for memos instead of sending a copy to each employee. 53. Use e-mail instead of paper correspondence. 54. Use recycled paper. 55. Use discarded paper for scrap paper. 56. Encourage your school and/or company to print documents with soybased inks, which are less toxic. 57. Use a ceramic coffee mug instead of a disposable cup.

Ways to Protect Our Water 81. Revegetate or

mulch disturbed soil as soon as possible. 82. Never dump anything down a storm drain. 83. Have your septic tank pumped and system inspected regularly. 84. Check your car for oil or other leaks, and recycle motor

Ways To Protect Our Air 58. Ask your employer

to consider flexible work schedules or telecommuting. 59. Recycle printer cartridges.

11. Use a microwave

when- ever you can instead of a conventional oven or stove. 12. Wash clothes with warm or cold water instead of hot. 13. Reverse your indoor ceiling fans for summer and winter operations as recommended. 14. Turn off lights, computers and other appliances when not in use. 15. Purchase appliances and office equipment with the Energy Star Label; old refridgerators, for example, use up to 50 more electricity than newer models. 16. Only use electric appliances when you need them. 17. Use compact fluorescent light bulbs to save money and energy. 18. Keep your thermostat at 68 in winter and 78 in summer. 19. Keep your thermostat higher in summer and lower in winter when you are away 20. Insulate your home as best as you can. 21. Install weather stripping around all doors and windows. 22. Shut off electrical equipment in the evening when you leave work. 23. Plant trees to shade your home.

cover it with wall paper or other material instead of sanding it or burning it off. 35. Use traps instead of rat and mouse poisons and insect killers. 36. Have your home tested for radon. 37. Use cedar chips or aromatic herbs instead of mothballs.

60. Shut off electrical

equipment in the evening when you leave work. 61. Report smokin g vehicles to your local air agency. 62. Don't use your wood stove or fireplace when air quality is poor. 63. Avoid slow-burning, smoldering fires. They produce the largest amount of pollution. 64. Burn seasoned wood - it burns cleaner than green wood. 65. Use solar power for home and water heating. 66. Use low-VOC or water-based paints, stains, finishes and paint strippers. 67. Purchase radial tires and keep them properly inflated for your vehicle. 68. Paint with brushes or rollers instead of using spray paints to minimize harmful emissio ns. 69. Ignite charcoa l barbecu es with an electric probe or other alternative to lighter fluid. 70. If you use a wood stove, use one sold after 1990. They are required to meet federal emissions standards and are


85. Take your car to a

car wash instead of washing it in the driveway. 86. Learn about your watershed.

Create Less Trash 87. Buy items in bulk

from loose bins when possible to reduce the packaging wasted. 88. Avoid products with several layers of packaging when only one is sufficient. About 33 of what we throw away is packaging. 89. Buy products that you can reuse. 90. Maintain and repair durable products instead of buying new ones. 91. Check reports for products that are easily repaired and have low breakdown rates. 92. Reuse items like bags and containers when possible. 93. Use cloth napkins instead of paper ones. 94. Use reusable plates and utensils instead of disposable ones. 95. Use reusable containers to store food instead of aluminum foil and cling wrap. 96. Shop with a canvas bag

In Your Yard 38. Avoid using leaf

blowers and other dust-producing equip ment. 39. Use an electri c lawnmower instead of a gas-powered one. 40. Leave grass clippings on the yard-they decompose and return nutrients to the soil. 41. Use recycled wood chips as mulch to keep weeds down, retain moisture and prevent erosion. 42. Use only the required amount of fertilizer. 43. Minimize pesticide use. 44. Create a wildlife habitat in your yard. 45. Water grass early in the morning. 46. Rent or borrow items like

24. Shade outside air

conditioning units by trees or other means. 25. Replace old windows with energy efficient ones. 26. Use cold water instead of warm or hot water when possible. 27. Connect your outdoor lights to a timer. 28. Buy green electricity - electricity produced by low - or even zero-pollution facilities (NC Greenpower for North Carolina www.ncgreenpower. org). In your homereduce toxicity.

ladders, chain saws, party decorations and others that are seldom used. 47. Take actions that use non hazardous components (e.g., to ward off pests, plant marigolds in a garden instead of using pesticide). 48. Put leaves in a compost heap instead of burning them or throwing them away. Yard debris too large for your compost bin should be taken to a yard-debris recycler.

more efficient and cleaner burning. 71. Walk or ride your bike instead of driving, whenever possible. 72. Join a carpool or vanpool to get to work.

instead of using paper and plastic bags. 97. Buy rechargeable batteries for devices used frequently. 98. Reuse packaging cartons and shipping materials. Old newspapers make great packaging material. 99. Compost your vegetable scraps. 100. Buy used furniture - there is a surplus of it, and it is much cheaper than new furniture.

During his evolution journey from Neanderthals to Homo erectus and then to Homo sapiens, man has come long way. Because of his continuous quest for more and more amenities and facilities, the nineties have seen a major turn around with the invention of computers. 10 years ago, the term internet was practically anonymous to most of the people. And today internet has become the most ever powerful tool for man throughout the world. The internet is a collection of various services and resources. Although, many people still think e-mail and World Wide Web as the principle constituents of internet, there is lot more in store than e-mail, chat rooms, celebrity web sites and search engines. It also became the best business tool of modern scenario. Today internet has brought a globe in a single room. Right from news across the corner of the world, wealth of knowledge to shopping, purchasing the tickets of your favorite movie-everything is at your finger tips. Internet has great potential and lot to offer however, like every single innovation in science and technology, internet has its own advantages and disadvantages. Advantages Communication: The foremost target of internet has always been the communication. And internet has excelled beyond the expectations .Still; innovations are going on to make it faster, more reliable. By the advent of computers Internet, our earth has reduced and has attained the form of a global village. Now we can communicate in a fraction of second with a person who is sitting in the other part of the world. Today for better communication, we can avail the facilities of e-mail; we can chat for hours with our loved ones. There are plenty messenger services in offering. With help of such services, it has become very easy to establish a kind of global friendship where you can share your thoughts, can explore other cultures of different ethnicity. Information Information is probably the biggest advantage internet is offering. The Internet is a virtual treasure trove of information. Any kind of information on any topic under the sun is available on the Internet. The search engines like Google, yahoo is at your service on the Internet. You can almost find any type of data on almost any kind of subject that you are looking for. There is a huge amount of information available on the internet for just about every subject known to man, ranging from government law and services, trade fairs and conferences, market information, new ideas and technical support, the list is end less. Students and children are among the top users who surf the Internet for research. Today, it is almost required that students should use the Internet for research for the purpose of gathering resources. Teachers have started giving assignments that require research on the Internet. Almost every coming day, researches on medical issues become much easier to locate. Numerous web sites available on the net are offering loads of information for people to research diseases and talk to doctors online at sites such as, Americas Doctor. During 1998 over 20 million people reported going online to retrieve health information. Entertainment Entertainment is another popular raison d'tre why many people prefer to surf the Internet. In fact, media of internet has become quite successful in trapping multifaceted entertainment factor. Downloading games, visiting chat rooms or just surfing the Web are some of the uses people have discovered. There are numerous games that may be downloaded from the Internet for free. The industry of online gaming has tasted dramatic and phenomenal attention by game lovers. Chat rooms are popular because users can meet new and interesting people. In fact, the Internet has been successfully used by people to find life long partners. When people surf the Web, there are numerous things that can be found. Music, hobbies, news and more can be found and shared on the Internet. Services Many services are now provided on the internet such as online banking, job seeking, purchasing tickets for your favorite movies, guidance services on array of topics engulfing the every aspect of life, and hotel reservations. Often these services are not available off-line and can cost you more.

E-Commerce Ecommerce is the concept used for any type of commercial maneuvering, or business deals that involves the transfer of information across the globe via Internet. It has become a phenomenon associated with any kind of shopping, almost anything. You name it and Ecommerce with its giant tentacles engulfing every single product and service will make you available at your door steps. It has got a real amazing and wide range of products from household needs, technology to entertainment. Disadvantages Theft of Personal information If you use the Internet, you may be facing grave danger as your personal information such as name, address, credit card number etc. can be accessed by other culprits to make your problems worse. Spamming: Spamming refers to sending unwanted e-mails in bulk, which provide no purpose and needlessly obstruct the entire system. Such illegal activities can be very frustrating for you, and so instead of just ignoring it, you should make an effort to try and stop these activities so that using the Internet can become that much safer. Virus threat Virus is nothing but a program which disrupts the normal functioning of your computer systems. Computers attached to internet are more prone to virus attacks and they can end up into crashing your whole hard disk, causing you considerable headache. Pornography: This is perhaps the biggest threat related to your childrens healthy mental life. A very serious issue concerning the Internet. There are thousands of pornographic sites on the Internet that can be easily found and can be a detrimental factor to letting children use the Internet. Though, internet can also create havoc, destruction and its misuse can be very fatal, the advantages of it outweigh its disadvantages.

One of the theme empowerment in the story, The Crucible, Abigail is authorized with power with which she used as a weapon to empower the girls to behave hysterically and the people in Salem to accuse others for witchcraft. One of my best friends who was very popular in the school which help him to gain friendships from his friends that empower other students to bully others and also harmed himself in the end. The year before me coming to Canada, I was studying in grade seven; by the time, students were regulated to live in the campus for a year. Therefore, Nick had met a lot of friends during that time and became the most famous person in our grade. Since we had the life in the school, we had firm friendships between each other. Friends were truly nice to each other, took care of each other and loyal to each other. However, there was one of the students who did not like to social with others. He had a bad reputation in our class and did not have much friends would like to play with him because of his arrogant. He was the smartest student among

us, but he always showed off his talent and strong academics which made everybody hated him so much. One day, we had the Chinese History exam result come out and the unpopular student had gotten the highest mark in the class. He started to tell everybody that he was the only person who got one hundred on the exam. Then he slowly walked towards Nick and showed off his master piece. Suddenly, Nick was so angry and he told his friends to start to bully him. We gathered around to discuss how to make him feel depressed. Nicks friends were willing to help him and told him to set up some tricks on him. Under the strong peer pressure from his friends, nobody came out to stop the bully. Then they can follow his plan to make that arrogant student feel unhappy with his school life. First plan was that everybody ignored him and did not talk to him anymore. Therefore, whenever he wanted to talk to others, people always saw...
Comparing And Contrasting Rich And Poor Homes
You might wonder why there have been many Egyptian buildings found still standing but not houses. The answer is mudbrick. Houses built with mudbrick do not last, while houses built with stone last for a long time. In Egypt there is a huge difference in living standards between the rich and the poor. Differences occur in the layout of the house, the materials used to build it, and of course the size. The poor, or the common people, lived in either townhouses or normal homes. Townhouses were usually two to three stories high. The ground floor often kept for businesses, and the rest provided living space for the family. A typical home consisted of a living room, a sleeping room, a kitchen and maybe even a cellar for storage. These homes were built with sun-dried bricks, or reed matting smeared with clay which did not last long. On the other hand, the wealthy had huge houses depending on the persons power. Some houses were even on the Nile. The houses were rather vertical than horizontal, not to take up much space of the fertile land used for agriculture. Homes included gardens, reception rooms, private quarters and even bathrooms and toilets. Windows were placed at the upper part of the building. They would be covered with mats to keep out the sun, dust and even the flies. While most of the houses in Egypt were built with sun-dried bricks, those who can afford to, built them with stone. The ones constructed with stone were much sturdier and solidly built. The wealthy houses even contained tiled floors and painted walls making the home look more elegant. While Egyptian houses built by commoners and nobles might have differed in many respects, in many others, they were quite similar. Almost all houses were built with a flat roof. Not only did this make the construction process simpler, but the flat roofs also acted as an escape from the burning heat inside the home. People would sometimes sleep and cook on the roof to avoid the heat. Also common in Egyptian housing...
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Have you ever dreamt about your future college life? What was it like in your dreams? Probably, even the modest person has dreamt about becoming one of the most popular students on campus. Girls want to be followed by envious glances as they go along the corridor. Boys want to be popular and be able to charm the most beautiful girls of the college. It is a typical movie-trick when a shy girl gradually becomes "the queen" of the college. However, it can happen not in a movie only, it is absolutely real to become a popular person in a college. You will find some tips in this article; probably, they will be useful for you. The tips for a freshman who dreams about becoming a popular student If you had some problems at high school, if you were a black sheep, if you felt uncomfortable, you can relax now. Try to understand that the most important merit of college studies is that you have an opportunity to start a new life and to correct your mistakes. Analyze the reasons of our unpopularity at high school. Try not to make the same mistakes again. Show your confidence in yourself. Besides, you should not only produce an impression that you a self-confident person, you should be one. At the same time, you should not produce an impression of an arrogant person. Try to find the golden mean. Remember that the first impression is usually very important when people form their opinion about a new person. Try not to spoil this first impression. Try to make as many acquaintances as you can, the more people you know, the better. You will find real friends among these people. When introducing yourself, try to be polite but not flattering, do not impose yourself on other people, make them interested in your personality. Try to be active. You will never become a popular person if you sit in your isolated dorm room. Take part in student life; join a fraternity or a sorority, student government or some other student organizations on campus.

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Students life is probably the best time in life of every person. During this period person experiences the most interesting and lively events. For most students it is very important to become a popular in the college. There are some useful prompts for fresh students to become popular at college: 1. Try to appreciate that the most significant value of college life is that you possess the chance to begin new life and correct all the mistakes that you have made earlier. Examine the causes of the disrespect and lack of popularity that you had during your studying at high school and be sure to avoid the same mistakes in future. 2. Try to demonstrate the confidence in your strengths. Moreover, try to avoid such behavior that can make an impression of you as a self -confident person. You have to be one. You should not provide a feeling of an egotistical person. 3. Remember about the first impression and try to present yourself in the best possible way. 4. Try to find as many friends as possible as the more friends you have the better. You can find many good people among these people. While introducing yourself, strive to be well bred but not gratifying; do not oblige yourself for other people from your surroundings. 5. Try to be active, attend all the events at college, take part in the activities and students organizations. You can become a member of basketball of football college team, tale part in different performances and plays, if you have certain skills. 6. The last very important prompt is being a good person with everybody. Try to help when you are asked, show you positive attitude to everybody and avoid rude and offensive words while communicating. Try to dress in a proper way, as you know that by the way person dresses one can judge her character and way of life. Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/education-articles/student-life-in-collegebecoming-a-popular-student-2551851.html#ixzz1CEKQjx7Q Under Creative Commons License: Attribution College life has never been easy with its sleepless nights and pressing deadlines. However, college students know that life in college is not only about studying but also about having much fun. Campus live is very diverse and leaves lasting impressions for the rest of life. One of the main challenges for freshman students is to smoothly join the ranks of students. To feel on campus at home, follow these simple rules: 1. First of all, be polite, friendly and sociable. Everybody knows that smile opens all doors. Indeed, it sounds trite but not everyone use this rule. So, one should smile and do not be afraid to ask questions if something is not quite clear. 2. The second step is to make as many friends as possible. It is also important to point out that having friends from different faculties and of different ages is very useful. With new college friends one can easily feel the atmosphere of campus life and share news. 3. What is most important for a student is to establish good relationships with his/her roommate. Of course, there are no strict rules but try to follow the following pieces of advice: o When getting to know each other, talk about him/her, get interested in his/her life;

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One should not boast or try to be better than he/she actually is; The next thing one should always remember is being neat and maintaining cleanness in the room. One should always remember that he/she shares the room with another person who needs his/her space. Do not make his/her space a mess. Discuss the time when visits are aloud. It is important to respect roommates and claim respect from them. It is no good to make a noise when a roommate is studying. Respect roommate's habits. Nobody is ideal so every time try to find a compromise. One should always try to avoid conflicts and not impose his/her rules upon a roommate.

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A residential home in Pathanapuram

A home is a place of residence or refuge.[1] When it refers to a building, it is usually a place in which an individual or a family can rest and store personal property. Most modern-day households contain sanitary facilities and a means of preparing food. Animals have their own

homes as well, either living in the wild or in a domesticated environment. "Home" is also used to refer to the geographical area (whether it be a suburb, town, city or country) in which a person grew up or feels they belong, or it can refer to the native habitat of a wild animal. As an alternative to the definition of "home" as a physical locale, home may be perceived to have no physical definitioninstead, home may relate instead to a mental or emotional state of refuge or comfort.[citation needed] There are cultures in which members lack permanent homes, such as with nomadic people.

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Many wetlands are home to birds such as these Northern Shoveler ducks.

A houseboat on Lake Union in Seattle, Washington

The word "home" can be used for various types of residential community institutions in which people can live, such as nursing homes, group homes (orphanages for children, retirement homes for seniors, prisons for criminals, treatment facilities, etc.), and foster homes. In computer terminology, a 'home' may refer to a starting view that branches off into other tasks, e.g. a homepage or a desktop. Many such home pages on the internet start with introductory information, recent news or events, and links to subpages. "Home" may also refer to a home directory which contains the personal files of a given user of the computer system.

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Since it can be said that humans are generally creatures of habit, the state of a person's home has been known to physiologically influence their behavior, emotions, and overall mental health.[citation needed] The loss of a home (due to whatever reason, be it through accident or natural disaster, repossession, or in the case of children simply the decision to move on the part of the parents) can be a valid cause of grief.
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Some people may become homesick when they leave their home over an extended period of time. Sometimes homesickness can cause a person to feel actual symptoms of illness. It has been argued that psychologically "The strongest sense of home commonly coincides geographically with a dwelling. Usually the sense of home attenuates as one moves away from that point, but it does not do so in a fixed or regular way."[2] Furthermore, places like homes can trigger self-reflection, thoughts about who one is or used to be or who one might become. These types of reflections also occur in places where there is a collective historical identity, such as Gettysburg or Ground Zero.[3] In the past the mother was the person who ran the household. The house was a place for women's work more than anywhere else. However, in the modern sense, these duties are now shared between mother and father. In Western countries, the home has become a place for more equality in duties, the roles are shared and the burden of maintaining the household is a shared family responsibility.[4]

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Question 4: Begin a story with "It had been raining all day..."

It had been raining all day, and my feet hurts from walking a lot. It was lucky for me to spot a safe-house a few feet away earlier. As soon as I went in, I barricaded the heavy metal door with an old work desk and a rotting sofa. I took off my shoes and wet socks, and hanged them on a chair nearby. I lighted up an old oil lamp to warm myself up. I looked up to the walls, full of scribbles left by other survivors that had passed by here before. Writings of farewells and survival tips were done by markers and spray-cans. There were two sleeping bags beside a shelf full of ammunition and an axe on it. It had been 2 months since the mysterious flu outbreak broke out. I remember that night I was hanging out with my friends in the lounge room, enjoying some snacks before going to bed. It was our second month of National Service program, and everyone was anticipating to go back home the next month. A participant switched the MTV channel to TV'3, and a breaking news was on. The host lady looked shaken, and she reported that an accident had occurred at the National Hospital in Kuala Lumpur that left many dead people. It was suspected as a terrorist attack, but a surviving doctor stated that the patients who were infected with an unknown virus began to act strangely violent hours before the massacre. As my friends and I were focused in the news, the whole dorm had a sudden black-out. The warden came in, telling everyone to quickly evacuate to the field. I remember like it was yesterday, seeing a helicopter picking up a few people and taking them to somewhere safe. When it was my turn to board it, I heard the other participants scream. I looked back, and saw one of the boys lying dead on the ground. Another was standing over him with a bloody mouth. As the memory played in my mind, I loaded the shotgun I was holding onto with 10 bullets. I scavenged the safe-house for anything edible, but only found a pack of biscuits. I sat and ate in silence, cautious for any sign of movement outside the other metal door. I took out a map I had found earlier on, and began marking roads and shortcuts to use for my escape. When I came across an abandoned police station earlier, there was a working radio. After making sure there were no infected 'zombies' around, I switched the radio on. Someone was broadcasting in it! Whoever who was broadcasting stated that there will be a helicopter at the other side of the Penang Bridge every afternoon to pick up any survivors. I was so excited, I took out my map and marked the location. I didn't notice there was a zombie coming from behind, so in the midst of confusion, I accidentally shot the radio. As I rested enough, I stood up. I packed a medical-kit, some ammunition and a few other necessities into my back pack. I used a spray-can to write on the wall about the rescue helicopter for any other survivors who might come by here later. I walked to the other door, took off the metal bar, and cautiously made my way. I figured that if I follow the highway, it will lead me towards the bridge. I wiped my sweaty face. I accidentally shot a car earlier on, letting the alarm go off and attracting a whole horde of zombies towards me. Luckily I managed to make a Molotov bomb, lighted it up and threw it towards the coming horde. When the flames were slowing the zombies down, I quickly made my way away from that area. To my luck, I came upon the Penang Bridge. As I expected, the bridge was long and full of abandoned cars. I picked up a walkie-talkie from a

dead officer, and heard it crack. Someone was speaking through. I immediately responded, saying I am on the bridge, waiting for the rescue helicopter. The man in the walkie-talkie stated that the helicopter is on its way, and will be landing at the other side of the bridge. My heart skipped a beat, thinking if it was possible for me to run across a huge bridge full of zombies on it. I cursed under my breath, but said I will do my best to do so. The man wished me good luck, and warned me about the fighter jets that will be bombing the bridge down soon. I fastened the walkie-talkie onto my belt, and braced myself for one heck of a run. My blood was running fast through my veins, and my breathing was ragged. I quickly snatched up a machine gun that was left on the road by a dead soldier. Running on top of cars was harder than it seemed in movies. I was sure that the other side of the bridge wasn't far away from where I am now. I peeked through a stained window of a car, and saw an unimaginable count of zombies on the other side. I took my last Molotov bomb, lighted it up, climbed on top of a car hood and threw it towards the horde, and made my way through the flames. At the same time, I used the machine gun to shoot at the coming zombies. It was difficult to get head-shots, but I had to slow them down. I could hear the thundering sounds of fighter jets flying by above, dropping bombs behind me. The bombs vibrated the cars, and I fell down hard on my chest. I quickly scrambled up, ignoring my bleeding forehead. I saw a yellow helicopter landing not far away, and I did my best to run faster. I hear the pilot shouting for me to run faster, as the horde was closing in on us. Another man in the helicopter opened the door, grabbed and dragged my weakened self into it. He helped fastened the seat belt on me, giving me a thumbs-up and shouting "You did well! We are going home now!". I let the empty machine gun roll onto the floor. My eyes drifted towards the bridge that was getting smaller in the distance, and saw the fighter jets dropping more bombs across the bridge, destroying it to pieces. The pilot's assistant helped clean my wound on my forehead. I felt so tired, I finally fall into a solitary sleep. End.

My Dream House Essays: A Good Plan to Describe Your Dream

Posted on February 19th, 2010 Probably, you will never find a person who does not want to own a big, beautiful house or not that big, but cozy and nice house, or simply a place where one can feel safe and at home. By the way, how does the house of your dream look like? You have a brilliant chance to tell about it in your My Dream House essay. While some of you may have a clear vision of the house of their dream, some students might have doubts, which can make the completion of My Dream House essays a bit tricky. The thing is that the more

descriptions you include and the more vivid they are, the more captivating My Dream House essays will sound. If you are not sure about your dream house, better find a couple of examples before writing your My Dream House essay. For instance, find a picture of the house of your favorite celebrity or any other pictures. Look at them carefully, think what you would like to change, add. If you have no doubts about the house of your dream and you are almost ready to start writing your My Dream House essay, check the plan below. These are several points to be included into My Dream House essays.
1. Start your My Dream House essay with describing its location. Where would you like to have this house? In the countryside? On the seashore? 2. Tell what your house will look like inside and outside. Probably, you want to have a house of some unusual shape or color. Or, you want to have a house with no kitchen. 3. Include in your My Dream House essay more details about things you will have inside: furniture, various gadgets, decorations, etc. 4. Finish your My Dream House essay with details about things you want to have near the house: garage for a car, a pool or tennis courts, a garden, etc.

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By Jackie C., Buckhannon, WV

If I could build my dream house it would be amazing.I would like it to be on the Hawaiian island of Maui.Also my house would sit on the beautiful,white,sandy beaches.My dream house would include a beautiful bedroom,lugubrious bathroom,and an exciting back yard.

The first rooms that i would want to look great would be the bedrooms.My beds would be queen sized and fluffy.The window would be really big so you could sit in it.My closet would be a walk-in and beside it on the wall would be a flat screen TV.The bedrooms would also have a hangout area.

Also other rooms inside would be the bathrooms.The bathtub would be a Jacuzzi.It would also have a shower.I would also have a towel warmer and a TV.The sink would be huge so I could put everything on it and the toilet would be automatic.

The outside is going to be the best part of the house.My pool would start at three feet and go to twenty feet.Beside the pool would be the hot tub.I would have a volleyball and basketball court.The last big part would be a skating rink which would turn into a ice-skating rink in the winter.

A beautiful bedroom,a lugubrious bathroom,and an exciting back yard would be part of my dream house.It would be located on the Hawaiian island of Maui.My house would sit on the beautiful,white,sandy beaches.I am really excited to build my dream house,it is going to be amazing.

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By Caryann P., Clarkston, MI Standing here Getting that warm feeling that you get only from family But still wanting that dream The dream past the orchard The dream that I miss

I squinted seeing the fabulous smile of my family Giving me hugs and kisses Saying goodbye but crushing my friends to see me go This is how I pictured my future

I am having secret conversations in my head And telling myself I want to stay here - my favorite place With the orchard And the farm yard

I am speechless but I now realize that this is where my dream really is With the warm welcome but also takingmy dream clutching it Giving a surprise by staying

this is where love is this is my dream this

is home

While I love going to Romania as much as ever, the convenience of the United States of America keeps me here, leaving the temptations of Romania only as memories from my childhood and a place to visit. Visiting Romania Its like going to the best vacation where I can eat my favorite food and drink natural flavored drinks. On the other hand living in the United States is quite different in comparison to living in Romania on a huge farm with a lot of land and animals around. Comparing the two places is like comparing an apple to a pear, which is totally different in look, shape, and color. After living in Los Angeles for the past four years I have noticed the differences between the two countries and how the lifestyles differ from each other; the differences are: Romania is less crowded than Los Angeles, the houses are a lot larger, and Romanians live a much more relaxed life than most people in America. To begin with, living in Romania on a big farm for eighteen years is a little bit different than living in a big crowded city such as Los Angeles. I remember when I was back home and I had to get up early to feed all of the animals before I could go to school. Living on a big farm where you have a lot of land and animals to take care of is not at all easy. On the other hand, there were good things about it because I did not have to go to the market and wait in line for hours to get some bread and milk. However, I had friends who had to because they did not live on a farm. Now that I am living in a crowded city like Los Angeles, here I do not have to struggle to wake up early before the sun does. Now that I dont have to deal with animals my life is completely different and a lot easier, but some way is boring. Going to the market where is a quick 20minute trip and I just pick everything I need for at least a week, which is very convenient. Of course, they are different countries, which implies a different lifestyle. Likewise, In Romania I was... The word home is something that is often misunderstood. Home makes up your identity and not many people know that. Therefore you ask me, what is home? Home is not just in your house. Home is a place that surrounds you. Its you environment and cause for emotions. Your home is where you are with the people that surround you (peers, family, and strangers), as well as cars, houses, stores, and/or toys. All of these things (people, buildings, playful objects, and nature) are the components that make up a home. Some people dont have all of those things in their home though. A homeless man has no house to live in whereas a rich man has a beautiful house to his or her accommodations as well as anything that will make him or her happy. This also explains the question, where is home? Home has no exact place to be. Your home can be on the opposite side of someone else's home. You can even share the same home with family members that live with you, even though they see it different than you. That is because you dont share the same emotions. Emotions are expressed differently through each person because of their life experiences. A young child could be laughed at at school, while their brother or sister(s) isnt laughed at. The result for that is that they could live in the same home, but be different people in their personalities. The word personalities is often mixed up with the word identity. The way a person is treated affects their personalities. Not really their identities.

People often mistake home as a place where you are always happy to be around the people you live with, or live around and talk to on a regular basis. That is not completely true, however. A teenager can be used as a great example of this. Most teenagers dont get along with their parents because of their desire to be free. This is a stereotype however, meaning not all teenagers feel this way.... Feeling homesick is a natural reaction most of us experience when we move on from one phase of our life to another and leave important relationships behind. We begin to establish a sense of ourselves being separate from our family and friends, which is really important. The sooner we get along with new people and get involved in a new life, the sooner these feeling disappears. It's hard to be homesick because you're caught between two things you want - to have fun with your friends or want to be back home where you feel safe. Homesickness can be overcomed with time, most of us experience this. As I was flying down the Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Sarasota, Florida I realized that place where I always dreamt to be. At first, I felt nervous, but as the week went on, I found that I liked the academy and met lots of new people from all over the world. Bollettieri Tennis Academy made the training and activities I had done before a lots of fun. At campus, the food was nutritious You must Login to view the entire essay. If you are not a member yet, Sign Up for free! and excellent. Furthemore, campus life was excellent and was a great experience especially if you joined in with campus activities and groups. Concerning homesickness, there was no problem for the moment, everything was fine and I was not missing anything back home. Days went by; school, tennis, and activities were going fine. Adapting to my new living in Florida was not a problem, it was a city where everything was available. A few months a big problem arouse. Homesickness! But why was this happening? The problems were the school was difficult, I was missing my family and friends, and the most difficult thing to adapt to where the strict rules the academy imposed. Furthermore, there where rules such as being in the room at certain times, we could not leave campus easily, school rules where much stricter. In addition, even though I had new friends, nothing was the same and I really missed my family. Overall, I was not playing my tennis well. I wanted to go back...

Homesickness , also called nostalgia , is the feeling of missing being at home , in familiar surroundings . Students who have recently left for college may feel it . Anyone who has recently moved , or who is on

vacation (especially away from family ) may feel it . It is very normal to experience homesickness . For many people , homesickness can lead to some great advantages in their new situations . For others , it can become very rough . In general , though , homesickness is something everyone experiences from time and to time and is a good motivator for change . The first advantage to homesickness is that it forces people to stay busy . Busyness allows people to be involved in lots of different activities , and explore their new area . When a person is very busy , they don 't have much time to dwell on their sad feelings , and they feel happier (Hitti . Being so busy may not leave much time for old friends , however . Sometimes missing old friends isn 't a bad thing ! Everyone has ``that ' friend . The friend who is much more a taker than a giver , and who actually annoys them . Most people don 't have the heart to cut ties with this person when they are seeing them everyday . However , if a person has recently moved away permanently , and is not just on vacation , it can be easy to cut ties with old friends who aren 't so good for them (Jackson . Once a person has cut ties with some friends , it 's time to make some new ones ! New friends are people who are going through exactly the same thing , at the same time , and who share any new interests a person may have . Being homesick is easily combated when a person decides to go out and make some new friends , because then the new area seems more familiar , and the person has a new life (Homeier . New friends aren 't the only advantage of homesickness , though . Being able to pick up new activities is also fun . Back in the old town or school , a person may have been defined in a particular way - a jock , a cheerleader , a loser . But a new place allows

a chance to become a new person . Instead of feeling homesick for what was , a person can realize that this is actually a brand new chance to be who they always dreamed of being . However , to be able to take advantage of any of these positives , a person must have gotten over the negative side of homesickness (Homeier . It is not always easy to overcome the initial feelings of homesickness , which may include loneliness , sadness , anxiety , and longing . A person who is homesick may internalize their feelings and not take advantage of their new surroundings , and may become depressed , more anxious , lost , and feel as though they are going crazy . Preparation for leaving before actually moving may help , like spending the night away from home just for one or two days (Thurber . According to Muller , ``Leaving home may initiate a grief...