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Jonas Blue - Rise (Lyrics) ft. Jack & Jack
 
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Jonas Blue - Rise (Lyrics) ft. Jack & Jack https://JonasBlue.lnk.to/Rise JONAS BLUE https://po.st/JonasSpotify https://po.st/JonasApple http://www.jonasbluemusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/JonasBlueMusic/ https://twitter.com/JonasBlue https://soundcloud.com/jonasblue https://www.instagram.com/jonasblue JACK & JACK https://www.facebook.com/OfficialJackandJack https://twitter.com/jackandjackreal https://instagram.com/jackandjack tags: #jonasblue #rise #jackandjack #lyrics #lyricsvideo #lyricvideo #lyric #audio #newmelody For submissions, copyright issues, business inquiries, general questions, etc. Contact my email: [email protected]
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Jack and Jill went up the hill - Nursery Rhyme
 
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Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water Jack fell down, and broke his crown then Jill came tumbling after Enjoy our fun-full of rhyme - "Jack and Jill went up the hill" : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRul73K4bm0. Small kids can learn a lot from watching nursery rhymes animations with educational video and music. It helps them learn through watching cartoon animals and interesting characters.
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What is an Adjective | Parts of Speech Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann
 
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Learn about adjectives in this adjective song for kids. Learn that adjectives describe nouns in this song about adjectives. Sing along as we give examples of adjectives for a person, a place and a thing. We highlight the adjective in each example and show that an adjective helps describe and tells you more information about a noun. Adjectives make your reading and writing more exciting by using descriptive and colorful words to describe nouns. Lyrics What is an adjective? What is an adjective? Check it out An adjective is a part of speech That makes reading and writing more exciting for you and me Listen, here's how it works Adjectives and nouns, they work together To help make your reading and writing so much better You've got to have a noun like teacher, house or door Then the adjective describes the noun and tells you more Mommy is a noun that is a person Now let's say some adjectives that tell you more about the mommy She is a good mommy She is a funny mommy She is a kind mommy She is a sweet mommy Good, funny, kind, sweet Are all adjectives that describe the mommy School is a noun that is a place Now let's say some adjectives that describe And tell you more about the school It is a new school It is a big school It is a friendly school It is a safe school New, big, friendly, safe are all adjectives that describe the school Boat is a noun that is a thing Now let's say some adjectives that describe and tell you More about the boat It is a fast boat It is a fishing boat It is a wooden boat It is a whale boat Fast, fishing, wooden, whale are all adjectives That describe the boat What is an adjective? What is an adjective? Jack Hartmann's website: www.jackhartmann.com Remember to connect with Jack Hartmann on his Social Networks: Facebook: facebook.com/hop2itmusic Pinterest: pinterest.com/jackhartmann YouTube: youtube.com/user/JackHartmann Twitter: twitter.com/Jack_Hartmann Google+: goo.gl/GW7SPs You can find Jack Hartmann's Music on: Jack Hartmann Website: jackhartmann.com iTunes: goo.gl/GeDJeJ Amazon: goo.gl/Ei8C6B Google Play: goo.gl/doZpfS CD Baby: cdbaby.com/Artist/JackHartmann
The Grisly Murders of Jack The Ripper
 
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In this season premiere, we finally take on the most infamous serial killer of all time. Unsolved has new merch! Get yours here: https://goo.gl/nGhyrc BuzzFeed’s hit docuseries Unsolved True Crime follows conspiracy theory enthusiast Ryan as he deep-dives into the mysteries surrounding the most notorious unsolved crimes in history, in order to convince his dubious friend Shane that sometimes, the evidence isn’t always as it seems. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedBlue! https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 https://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedviolet GET MORE BUZZFEED: https://www.buzzfeed.com https://www.buzzfeed.com/videos https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo https://www.youtube.com/boldly https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet https://www.youtube.com/perolike https://www.youtube.com/ladylike BuzzFeedBlue Sports, video games, Unsolved & more epic daily videos! MUSIC SFX Provided By AudioBlocks (https://www.audioblocks.com) Licensed via Audio Network STILLS Walter Sickert George C. Beresford / Stringer/Getty Images Illuminated cobbled street in old city by night PytyCzech/Getty Images Top Hat Silhouettes hypergon/Getty Images American Farmer, Circa 1890 bauhaus1000/Getty Images Man & Wife duncan1890/Getty Images "Jack the Ripper: " Mirrorpix / Contributor/Getty Images Whitechapel Murders Hulton Archive / Stringer/Getty Images Bloodstain Set zizar2002/Getty Images Cardivascular System Engraving bauhaus1000/Getty Images Jack the Ripper letter PA Images / Contributor/Getty Images Aged Rough Newspaper Stacking MirageC/Getty Images Victorian Gentleman vintage photograph duncan1890/Getty Images Police Discover A Victim Of Jack The Ripper Hulton Archive / Staff/Getty Images 19th century ladies pinafore with frilly straps and edging fashion plate; Victorian clothing and latest fashions 1893 Cannasue/Getty Images Victorian Era Set Man_Half-tube/Getty Images Victorian People Man_Half-tube/Getty Images engraving antique illustration of cutting board and knife Andrii-Oliinyk/Getty Images Victorian London Housing duncan1890/Getty Images Victorian Portrait on Card - a man with bowler hat noriko_london/Getty Images Victorian Tweed Suit duncan1890/Getty Images Gentleman | Antique Design Illustrations nicoolay/Getty Images Millers Court Millers Court/Getty Images Silhouettes of killing knife in hand, isolated. Vector set Siberian Photographer/Getty Images person walking on dark street illuminated with streetlamps Mimadeo/Getty Images Antique photo of paintings: Man portrait ilbusca/Getty Images Antique photo: New Scotland Yard ilbusca/Getty Images close-up of man holding knife smeared with blood and still dripping. sanchairat/Getty Images sam chepatchet/Getty Images Antique engraving illustration: Trial ilbusca/Getty Images Antique medical book: Kidneys Nikola Nastasic/Getty Images Vector silhouette of couple. majivecka/Getty Images Despair jack0m/Getty Images Portrait of a bearded man in the Victorian era lleerogers/Getty Images Old abandoned mental hospital. Longing and hopelessness Konoplytska/Getty Images Portrait of a man Photos.com/Getty Images Vintage Prison Cell Marbury/Getty Images Cri du Coeur - Man paying a prostitute duncan1890/Getty Images Rear view of man standing & looking away 4x6/Getty Images Excited Victorian woman waving her shawl whitemay/Getty Images Senior doctor, portrait Ron Levine/Getty Images scientist doing chemical test Pixtural/Getty Images Folder with document subjug/Getty Images Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys posing with LEON NEAL / Stringer/Getty Images Jane the Ripper icenando/Getty Images Victorian style seduction leminuit/Getty Images Prince Albert Victor Christian Bettmann / Contributor/Getty Images Waiting.Victorian style portrait. RetroAtelier/Getty Images Highly Detailed People Silhouettes Leontura/Getty Images Screening Of Lifetime Original Movie 'Patricia Cornwell's The Front' Andrew H. Walker / Staff/Getty Images Currency icons Tiyas/Get EXTERNAL CREDITS Rick Weller- GFX Artist
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Danganronpa Abridged Thing - Episode 4
 
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Episode 4: The Super Genocider Syo Super Show STARRING: Megami33 as Kirigiri SerenaMidori as Celestia Jacksthemouse as Fukawa/Genocider Lady Nanaki as Asahina MasakoX as Chihiro Faulerro as Everybody Else
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Jack and Jill | Nursery Rhyme For Kids and Children's | Songs Kids Tv Nursery Rhymes
 
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Enjoy our version of the old classic 'Jack and Jill' Lyrics of the rhyme: "Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after. Up got Jack and said to Jill, As in he arms he took her, Brush up that dirt, For you're not hurt, Lets fetch that pail of water. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch the pail of water, And took it home to mother dear who thanked her son and daughter. Up Jack got, and home did trot, As fast as he could caper, To old Dame Dob, who patched his nob With vinegar and brown paper. Then Jill came in and she did grin To see his paper plaster, Mother whipped her across the knee, For laughing at Jack's disaster." Jack and Jill by Kids TV - The nursery rhymes channel for kindergarten aged children. These kids songs are great for learning the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors and lots more. We are a one stop shop for your children to learn the many joys of nursery rhymes. Subscribe to our channel and be the first to watch our latest fun kids learning animations! 🌸 Share this video – Jack and Jill here’s the link: https://youtu.be/7FKynAnIaOY 🌸 Subscribe for free now to get notified about new videos - https://www.youtube.com/kidstv?sub_co... 🌸 Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Rhymes Karaoke Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNE3PsGVzN8&list=PLDt4VQajKv8xVf8zxjuz3tA-dJbCgT2wr 🌸 If you enjoyed this collection, you may also like these compilations: 🌸Old Macdonald had a farm - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rf8e4JF8nXs 🌸The Wheels on the bus - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWyordkvD0k 🌸Five little monkeys - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAL4w6JvDHc ⭐Finger Family - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiA17oFD1bs ⭐Ten in the bed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxxsvc2XXxY ⭐Phonics Song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFR_8zHCLio 🎶 Incy Wincy Spider - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6fwkxtp4bw 🌼English Wheels on the bus - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEje6DRukxg 🌼Five little ducks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp5rwesz8eU 🌼Johny johny yes papa - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyZq_Jm0aqQ 🌼 Humpty Dumpty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSoougnleU8 🌼 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvcrrmeBwlo 🌼 Ten in the bed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRyxRadTM3c Nursery rhymes and kid’s songs accelerate phonetic awareness improving children's word comprehension, reading and writing skills. These rhymes for children help teach basic skills and improves their ability to comprehend and follow directions. We hope you’re having a fun time with all your friends here at Kids TV. If you enjoyed watching this video then check out our channel for many more interesting and fun learning videos for kids. If you’re still reading this far, we know you enjoy our animations but are always happy to hear from you on how we can improve and what you'd like to see in the pipeline! If you enjoy our content, don't forget to support us and subscribe :) Download the Bob the Train APP here: Bob The Train: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bob-the-train-kids-nursery-rhymes-baby-songs/id1236462400?ls=1&mt=8 Kids First: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kids-first-kids-videos-nursery-rhymes/id1245088728?ls=1&mt=8 FB: https://www.facebook.com/KidsTVNurseyRhymes Web: https://www.uspstudios.co/creation/channel/kids-tv/1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kidstvofficial G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+kidstv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidstvofficial/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/kidstv06/pins/ Play store: Bob The Train: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uspstudios.bobthetrain&pageId=108868050184468649173 Kids First: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lookedigital.kidsfirst Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Pq3Ko42YpkCB_Q4E981jw?sub_confirmation=1 © 2017 USP Studios Private Limited ============================================ Music and Lyrics: Copyright USP Studios™ Video: Copyright USP Studios™ ============================================
English Grammar - Gerund or Infinitive? ('I like swimming' or 'I like to swim'?)
 
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http://www.engvid.com I love to learn! I love learning! Which sentence is correct? Watch this English grammar lesson on gerunds and infinitives to find out. You'll learn when and how to use gerunds and infinitives properly -- especially useful for talking about your hobbies or interests. Then take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/gerund-or-infinitive/ .
SONGWRITING TIPS FOR BEGINNERS | HOW TO WRITE A HIT SONG 2 - (Rhythm)
 
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I've written poems and I've written lyrics. I've learned if you can do one, you can usually do the other. As a poet, I've enjoyed the pure creative process, and the occasional publication of my work. If you're a poet who's tired of being broke, and would like to occasionally use your gifts to write more commercially, this article can help you make that transition. It can also help lyricists who are stuck, composers who claim they write music only, plus the entire world of left-brain computer types who ache to create something romantic—like a song. When writing one, be aware that melodies are open to interpretation - so when you write a tune, what you feel or intend is still safe in your heart.You don't have to reveal yourself or stand completely naked in front of the world. But once you put words to a tune, your feelings are totally out in the open and everyone knows what's in your heart. Therefore, it can be very inhibiting to write lyrics, which is often why writers get stuck. But here is the process I use with my clients to make lyric writing simple. I suggest you use all seven steps. Cutting corners is usually why a lyric doesn't work. STEP 1. Sing or play the tune of a nursery rhyme. Any of them will do: Baa Baa Black Sheep, Humpty Dumpty, Ring Around the Rosie - it doesn't matter which you choose. Use this melody for practice. As you listen to it, scribble down some non-rhyming prose. Ignore the exact notes, but listen to the feelings. Let your words be a stream-of-conscious exercise to warm up your imagination. Don't use rhymes or logic. Try to be visual, silly, playful and have fun with it. Here's an example of some lines I scribbled down after listening to "Itsy Bitsy Spider": A former tooth farmer from Fluffy, South Apricot, dug through Exxon's banana shoe hairbrush section for kangaroo lingerie, after the De La Hoya/Pope Potato wrist rake from Western Tire Cough Drops slid unnoticed into burping toenails. STEP 2. Now please write a silly, visual non-rhyming lyric to your tune. Match each note with one syllable. Fill your non-rhyming lyric with ridiculous pictures. Again, don't be logical, don't make it make sense. Every line can be about something different. The first might concern shoe repair, the second, airport parking. In this draft, try to keep all the rhymes OUT. Here's an example of a nonsense lyric I wrote, to the tune of "Jack and Jill". Lizards frying Jaguars All hum Hawaiin shoe trees Disneyland will hiccup in The mayor's purple phone soup. STEP 3. Now write an uncensored list of silly titles that will fit with the stresses of the first line of your nursery rhyme. No matter how many notes in that line, keep your title to seven syllables or less. Shoot for twenty or thirty possible titles. Don't write anything you've heard before. Let your imagination roll. Don't say, "Oh, that's dumb." Write it all down. You might find one of these nonsense titles could actually turn into a real one later. "I Love You" is fine, but Jewel's "Swallow The Moon" gets you in the gut. A good title will write the whole song for you. A mediocre one will leave you stranded in line two. Here are some nonsense titles I wrote to the tune of "Jack and Jill": Santa knit a Hershey Bar Orange dancing astronauts Drinking bricks can make you skate STEP 4. Write a few real titles with the same number of syllables as your silly ones. Here are some I wrote to "Jack and Jill": Sundays with the London Times Do you ever think of me Moonlight over Lake O'Hare STEP 5. Choose one of your real titles. Write the story it tells in prose. Just a couple of sentences will do fine. Writing the story as a letter might be easier for you. If any lines come out rhyming, change them so they don't. That way, you'll be able to express yourself with complete freedom, and without the constraints of rhyme or meter. When you finish this step, you'll know the beginning, middle and end of your story before you start to write the lyric. Most songs have two verses, a chorus and a bridge, so allow space for them in your story. By writing it first, you'll be able to see if you have enough information to fill a whole song, so you won't get stuck half-way through with nowhere to go. You can always cut out words and lines later. STEP 6. Using the information from your story, write a non-rhyming lyric to the nursery rhyme melody you've chosen. Should rhymes mysteriously appear, delete them. STEP 7. Now write the "real" lyric, with the story and the rhymes.
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Text Dependent Analysis: Nonfiction
 
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Program Consultant Kylene Beers discusses how to analyze a nonfiction text in this excerpt from one of a series of on-demand, point-of-use professional development podcasts available in Journeys Common Core, Grades K-6, Collections, Grades 6-12, and HMH Professional Development Services courses. Register for free 120-day access to more Professional Development podcasts videos in Journeys Common Core and Collections by going to hmhco.com, selecting your program, and clicking Sample Now. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://spr.ly/6005B0myN Like us on Facebook: http://spr.ly/6001B0mJT Follow us on Twitter: http://spr.ly/6007B0mJc Follow us on Pinterest: http://spr.ly/6005B0mKz Check out our Website: http://spr.ly/6004B0mKp -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Old MacDonald Had A Farm and Many More Nursery Rhymes for Children | Kids Songs by ChuChu TV
 
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Here comes a new version of Old MacDonald Had a Farm in a 100 minutes+ Nursery Rhymes Collection 00:08 Old MacDonald Had a Farm 01:59 Hickory Dickory Dock 03:52 The Finger Family Song 09:18 Humpty Dumpty Sat On A Wall 11:18 Rain, Rain, Go Away New 13:45 Johny Johny Yes Papa 15:20 Pussycat, Pussycat 17:27 123 Numbers Song 21:56 Lion Finger Family 24:25 Baa Baa Black Sheep 26:38 Five Little Ducks 28:35 Jack and Jill 30:25 Colour Song 33:00 Wheels On The Bus - Part 1 34:57 Mary Had A Little Lamb 37:32 Itsy Bitsy Spider 39:16 Blue Whale Song 41:00 Ten In The Bed 44:33 Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Sheep New 46:11 Ten Little Indians 48:02 One Two Buckle My Shoe 50:04 Rain, Rain, Go Away 52:30 Hot Cross Buns 54:33 Hey Diddle Diddle 56:28 Bingo Dog Song 59:07 Wheels On The Bus - Part 2 01:01:06 Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed - Part 3 01:05:00 Row Row Row Your Boat 01:06:45 ABC Phonics Song 01:10:35 Wheels On The Bus - New York City 01:14:45 ABCD Song 01:17:12 Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes - Exercise Song 01:19:05 Five Little Monkeys - Part 1 01:21:28 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 01:23:45 Incy Wincy Spider New 01:25:28 Chubby Cheeks 01:27:38 Five Little Monkeys Robot - Part 2 01:31:04 Party Mashup Mix 01:41:43 If You're Happy And You Know It ============================================ Music and Lyrics: Copyright 2016 ChuChu TV™ Studios Video: Copyright 2016 ChuChu TV™ Studios ============================================
Is Rap Music?
 
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It's a question that's plagued music theorists since the inception of the genre, and we still struggle with it to this day... Nah, just kidding, pretty much every academic musician I know recognizes that rap is music, even if they don't personally like listening to it. So why is that such a controversial claim to the general public? Well, I'm no sociologist so I'm not sure I can answer that, but what I can do is look at the compositional arguments people make as to why it doesn't count, and put those arguments in the historical and systematic contexts they so desperately crave. So I did that! It's this video. You probably figured that out already, though. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/12tonevideos Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/bCTDaj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/12tonevideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/12tonevideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/12tonevideos/ Email: [email protected] Last: https://youtu.be/dtLcOJ5643g LINKS: Flow paper: http://www.mtosmt.org/issues/mto.09.15.5/mto.09.15.5.adams.html Patter Singing demo: https://youtu.be/zSGWoXDFM64 Sprechgesang demo: https://youtu.be/kXBVu1s-5E0 PBS documentary: https://youtu.be/UHBdQVMPaHU (NOTE: contains an instance of the N-word) SCRIPT + SOURCES: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E7QK-PanxhMARs-JaFUA1ZcuPBmQ1BMkDVEBcXOnbEo/edit?usp=sharing Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Ron Jones Howard Levine Gabi Ghita Kaylor Hodges Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold Brian Etheredge Josh King Gene Lushtak Tom William (Bill) Boston Khristofor Saraga Nicolas Mendoza Anton Smyk Wolf Bennett RAD Donato Mitchell Fund Dale Monks Duck Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Len Lanphar Paul Ward Benjamin DeLillo Budjarn Lambeth Branden Randall Dov Zazkis Jesse Russo James Treacy Bagshaw Christopher Lucas Hendrik Payer Thomas Morley Abhijit Patel Andrew Beals And thanks as well to Henry Reich, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Abram Thiessen, Anna Work, Oliver, Jc Bq, Dialup Salesman, Adam Neely, nico, Justin Donnell, Michael Fieseler, Rick Lees, Ben LaRose, rhandhom1, Harold Gonzales, Marc Himmelberger, Chris Borland, StarsServant, jason black,Nick Olman, Dutreuilh Olivier, Davis Sprague, Justin Bronstein, Justin Aungst, David Roulston, Dave Mayer, Thomás, billy roberts, Elliot Burke, Alex Atanasyan, Joey Strandquist, Daniel Gilchrist, Amlor, Greg Borenstein, Tim S., Elias Simon, Paul Quine, Anamol Pundle, David Tocknell, Jerry D. Brown, blalo'u, Christopher Wright, Lauren Steely, Fabian, Nikolay Semyonov, Ohad Lutzky, Jon White, Eivind Vatshaug, Josiah R. Hazel, Kurtis Commanda, Bate Goiko, James A. Thornton, Jacob Friend, Benjamin Cooper, Kevin, Joe Galetti, Arnas, CodenaCrow, Sarah Spath, Skylar J Eckdahl, Kristian Bredenbeck, John Bejarano, Gerhard Blab, drunkwookiee64, Brian Dinger, SD, Revolution Harmony, Aa Markus, Paul Apicella, Pawel Sit, David Barker, Adam Wurstmann, Dave Wray, Shadow Kat, Adam Kent, Michael Alan Dorman, Caroline Simpson, Lee Rennie, Richard T. Anderson, Thomas Schryver, Angela Flierman, Matthis Knopf, Kelsey Freese, Peter Wells, Zion Suppasan, Dan Lizotte, Seth Keller, Mark Feaver, Tyler Lukasiewicz, Kevin Johnson, Brian McCue, Kevin Hellon, Stephan Broek, Richard Walker, Wú QióngYuǎn, Nathan Petchell, Blake Boyd, alex, Calvin Blitman, Magnus Guldbrandsen, Ross Relic, Stefan Strohmaier, Lilith Dawn, David Baker, Jonathan Beck, Dmitry Jemerov, Jason Foster, Ian Seymour, Brett Haines, christian madsen, Luke Rihn, Rob Holton, Devon Wilhelmy, Ben Horwood, Jaroslav fedorčák, Allen Edwards, Brandon Lanning, Ryan Nicholls, ml cohen, Brandon Hamele, Darzzr, Rodrigo Roman, Francois LaPlante, Matthew Fox, Paper Coelacanth, Britt Ratliff, Patrick James Morley, Koen Hoogendoorn, Tae Wook Kim, Eddie O'Rourke, Ryan, Timothy Field, Jon Bauman, Drew Mazurek, Jacob Luedecke, Vincent Sanders, Victor L., Tommaso Ghidetti, JJ Deman, Volker Wegert, Linus Abrahamson, Matthew Kallend, Patrick Callier, JH, Joshua Gleitze, Ben Zotto, Jan Macek, Trevor, Michael McCormick, Charles Gaskell, Sylvain Chevalier, Yuriy Honcharuk, Roger Grosse, David Hardin, Jeremy Zolner, Leon Saleh, Valentin Lupachev, Paul Koester, and Danny! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold, Jade Tan-Holmes, Mark Sundaram, Sheryl Hosler, and Kim Harrison for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!
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Dance Moms: Maddie Meets Her Real Competition (Season 1 Flashback) | Lifetime
 
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Maddie eyes up her real competition in Orlando in this clip from Season 1, Episode 8, "Love on the Dance Floor". #DanceMoms #MackenzieZiegler #MaddieZiegler Subscribe for more from Dance Moms and other great Lifetime shows: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Lifetime Enjoy more Dance Moms on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvAOsBfvt4jBTvv2aABPpf0H4YiMrzDqR Hang out with the girls outside the studio! Check out exclusive videos from the Dance Moms Slumber Party: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvAOsBfvt4jD1TEk7Zm1xaV6KwTz44-T5 ...and learn how to live like a Dance Moms' girl with the Girls' Guide to Life: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvAOsBfvt4jDe7YHUsLodR_i4EaeNqOgT Check out Chloe's awesome interactive YouTube series Chloe Does It: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvAOsBfvt4jBe6lRAe0EOsd00a4BEN2xr Watch all your favorite full dances and more in the playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky0RzR0_9tc&index=4&list=PLvAOsBfvt4jDrdbldbhu7tFD824n2eQKI Find out more about the show and stream full episodes on our site: http://www.mylifetime.com/shows/dance-moms?cmpid=Social_YouTube_DanceMoms Check out exclusive Lifetime content: Website - http://www.mylifetime.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/lifetime Twitter - https://twitter.com/lifetimetv Dance Moms Season 1 Episode 8 Love on the Dance Floor "Dance Moms" follows Abby Lee Miller and the nation's favorite tween dancers as they take on Hollywood while new auditions, new competitions, and new studios raise the stakes. Lifetime® is a premier female-focused entertainment destination dedicated to providing viewers with a diverse selection of critically acclaimed and award-winning original movies, scripted dramas, and unscripted programming. A favorite and trusted network for women, we are continually building on our heritage by attracting top Hollywood talent and producing shows that are modern, sexy, exciting, daring, and provocative. Visit us at myLifetime.com for more info.
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As Good As It Gets - How do you write women so well?
 
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https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/as_good_as_it_gets/ L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, Broadcast News) directed this $50 million-plus romantic comedy, set in Manhattan. Dysfunctional, acid-tongued romance novelist Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson), who suffers from an obsessive-compulsive disorder, takes pride in his ability to offend. At a nearby cafe, the only waitress willing to stand up to his sarcastic tirades is Carol Connelly (Helen Hunt), a single mother struggling to raise her chronically asthmatic son. In Melvin's West Village apartment building, talented contemporary artist Simon Nye (Greg Kinnear) lives across the hall from Melvin. Simon is the current darling of the New York art world, reason enough to draw Melvin's verbal fire, but Simon's gay lifestyle is further grist for the novelist's malicious mill. These three New Yorkers, none of whom appears to have a chance in hell at finding true happiness, discover their fates intertwined because of the fourth complicated character in the piece, Verdell, a tiny Brussels Griffon dog (played by newcomer Jill, after a 15-week training program). Melvin seems to have no friends or family, and he lives alone, working on his 62nd book. When Simon goes into the hospital after a brutal mugging, Melvin has to take care of Verdell, and the dog actually warms Melvin's cold heart -- to the degree that he sets up unsolicited medical care for Carol's son. Eventually, Melvin is cornered into driving Simon and Carol to Baltimore, and during a hotel stopover, Melvin confesses to Carol, "You make me want to be a better man." The trip becomes an odyssey of self-realization for all three. Locations included Brooklyn's Prospect Park (Carol's neighborhood) and Greenwich Village (where Melvin's building is on 12th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues). Other exteriors were shot in downtown Los Angeles, where a dilapidated transient hotel at the corner of 4th Street and Main was transformed into the chic cafe where Carol works. Sets for the Simon/Melvin apartment interiors were erected on a soundstage at the Sony Pictures lot. Simon's paintings were created for the film by New York artist Billy Sullivan, whose work is part of the modern art collection at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New Orleans Museum of Art. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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Rules of question tag | How to form Question Tags? -Question Tag important rules  part-1
 
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We add question tags to the end of statements to turn them into questions. They are used in spoken language, especially when we want to check something is true, or invite people to agree with us. he English tag question is made up of an auxiliary verb and a pronoun. The auxiliary must agree with the tense, aspect and modality of the verb in the preceding sentence. If the verb is in the present perfect, for example, the tag question uses has or have; if the verb is in a present progressive form, the tag is formed with am, are, is; if the verb is in a tense which does not normally use an auxiliary, like the present simple, the auxiliary is taken from the emphatic do form; and if the sentence has a modal auxiliary, this is echoed in the tag: He has read this book, hasn't he? He read this book, didn't he? He's reading this book, isn't he? He reads a lot of books, doesn't he? He'll read this book, won't he? He should read this book, shouldn't he? He can read this book, can't he? He'd read this book, wouldn't he? He'd read this book, hadn't he? A special case occurs when the main verb is to be in a simple tense. Here the tag question repeats the main verb, not an auxiliary: This is a book, isn't it? If the main verb is to have in the sense of possession, either solution is possible: He has a book, hasn't he? He has a book, doesn't he? Balanced vs unbalanced tags English question tags exist in both positive and negative forms. When there is no special emphasis, the rule of thumb often applies that a positive sentence has a negative tag and vice versa. This form may express confidence, or seek confirmation of the asker's opinion or belief. She is French, isn't she? She's not French, is she? These are referred to as balanced tag questions. Unbalanced tag questions feature a positive statement with a positive tag, or a negative statement with a negative tag; it has been estimated that in normal conversation, as many as 40–50%[2] of tags are unbalanced. Unbalanced tag questions may be used for ironic or confrontational effects: Do listen, will you? Oh, I'm lazy, am I? Jack: I refuse to spend Sunday at your mother's house! Jill: Oh you do, do you? We'll see about that! Oh! Making a stand, are we? Unbalanced tags also occur when shall is used to ask for confirmation of a suggestion: I'll make tea, shall I? Let's start, shall we? (there is no interrogative version of let's, so here shall we is used as if the sentence were we shall start) Rhetorical tag questions may be found in British English.[3] For example: Alice: Is the tea ready? Bob: The water has to boil, doesn't it? This is a peremptory tag question that criticizes what the answerer perceives as the asker's impatience. An antagonistic tag question is tagged onto a statement that reveals information that the target would not have had. For example: Chuck: I telephoned you this morning, but you didn’t answer. Mallory: I was in the bath, wasn’t I? Patterns of negation can show regional variations. In North East Scotland, for example, positive to positive is used when no special effect is desired: This pizza's fine, is it? (standard English: This pizza's delicious, isn't it?) Note the following variations in the negation when the auxiliary is the I form of the copula: Standard/formal: Clever, am I not? England (and America, Australia, etc.): Clever, aren't I? Scotland/Northern Ireland: Clever, amn't I? nonstandard dialects: Clever, ain't I? Intonation English tag questions can have a rising or a falling intonation pattern.[4] This can be contrasted with Polish, French or German, for example, where all tags rise, or with the Celtic languages, where all fall. As a rule, the English rising pattern is used when soliciting information or motivating an action, that is, when some sort of response is required. Since normal English yes/no questions have rising patterns (e.g. Are you coming?), these tags make a grammatical statement into a real question: You're coming, aren't you? Do listen, will you? Let's have a beer, shall we? The falling pattern is used to underline a statement. The statement itself ends with a falling pattern, and the tag sounds like an echo, strengthening the pattern. Most English tag questions have this falling pattern. He doesn't know what he's doing, does he? This is really boring, isn't it? Sometimes the rising tag goes with the positive to positive pattern to create a confrontational effect: He was the best in the class, was he? (rising: the speaker is challenging this thesis, or perhaps expressing surprised interest) He was the best in the class, wasn't he? (falling: the speaker holds this opinion) Be careful, will you? (rising: expresses irritation) Take care, won't you? (falling: expresses concern) Sometimes the same words may have different patterns depending on the situation or implication. How to form Question Tags? -Question Tag important rules (SSC, BANK, LIC & OTHERS) part-1 https://youtu.be/3GzjPL8zMiw
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GOSSIP AND ALCOHOL | VA-11 HALL-A
 
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Welcome to VA-11 HALL-A! Why don't you take a seat and Jack will wrestle you up a drink! Papers Please ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1c0w5cYm18 ►Subscribe for more great content : http://bit.ly/11KwHAM ►Twitter : https://twitter.com/Jack_Septic_Eye ►Facebook : https://facebook.com/officialjacksepticeye ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/jacksepticeye ►Merchandise: http://jacksepticeye.fanfiber.com/ Game link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/447530/ Edited by: https://www.youtube.com/user/pixlpit Outro animation created by Cranbersher: https://www.youtube.com/user/Cranbersher Outro Song created by "Teknoaxe". It's called "I'm everywhere" and you can listen to it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPtNBwMIQ9Q
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How A London Orchestra Broke International Law
 
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Try 2 months of Skillshare for free! http://skl.sh/12tone10 There are some stories that just seem right, some things that make perfect sense and don't require further explanation. The story of pitch inflation is not one of those. It starts off fairly innocently, with vague attempts to standardize, until suddenly in the 19th century everything exploded and, well... I don't want to spoil the ending, but it's a wild ride. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/12tonevideos Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/bCTDaj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/12tonevideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/12tonevideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/12tonevideos/ Email: [email protected] Last: https://youtu.be/gjZ2LxmRJ8E SOURCES: https://www.wam.hr/sadrzaj/us/Cavanagh_440Hz.pdf http://capionlarsen.com/history-pitch/ https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.hn4y1a;view=1up;seq=19 http://archive.spectator.co.uk/article/12th-march-1859/14/pitch-reform-in-france-and-england https://www.loc.gov/law/help/us-treaties/bevans/m-ust000002-0043.pdf https://www.jstor.org/stable/2194075 https://www.jstor.org/stable/41364475 https://books.google.com/books?id=0E0LHSXU0foC Script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yHvfe6Ar4wcBbHNu5nUONurZmra8pyFXRc3hdldaF3w/edit?usp=sharing Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Ron Jones Howard Levine Kaylor Hodges Gabi Ghita Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold Brian Etheredge Gene Lushtak Khristofor Saraga William (Bill) Boston Duck Nicolas Mendoza Wolf Bennett RAD Donato Anton Smyk Mitchell Fund Dale Monks Len Lanphar Paul Ward Soham Panda Benjamin DeLillo Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Susan Lingenfelter Budjarn Lambeth Branden Randall Dov Zazkis Jesse Russo James Treacy Bagshaw Christopher Lucas Hendrik Payer Andrew Beals Thomas Morley Jacob Helwig Duncan Dempsey Jeff Cairns And thanks as well to Henry Reich, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Abram Thiessen, Anna Work, Oliver, Jc Bq, Adam Neely, Dialup Salesman, nico, Justin Donnell, Michael Fieseler, Rick Lees, Ben LaRose, rhandhom1, Harold Gonzales, SD, StarsServant, Dave Mayer, Thomás, Marc Himmelberger, Chris Borland, Davis Sprague, jason black, Justin Bronstein, Justin Aungst, David Roulston, Nick Olman, Dutreuilh Olivier, Daniel Gilchrist, Paul Quine, Anamol Pundle, billy roberts, Elliot Burke, Alex Atanasyan, Amlor, Greg Borenstein, Tim S., David Tocknell, Elias Simon, Jerry D. Brown, CodenaCrow, Nikolay Semyonov, blalo'u, Lauren Steely, Fabian, Revolution Harmony, Arnas, Paul Apicella, Sarah Spath, Skylar J Eckdahl, Kristian Bredenbeck, Josiah R. Hazel, Ohad Lutzky, Bate Goiko, Jon White, Eivind Vatshaug, Kurtis Commanda, James A. Thornton, Jacob Friend, Benjamin Cooper, Kevin, Joe Galetti, Aa Markus, Caroline Simpson, John Bejarano, David Barker, drunkwookiee64, Brian Dinger, Pawel Sit, Michael Alan Dorman, Adam Wurstmann, Dave Wray, Kelsey Freese, Shadow Kat, Adam Kent, Nathan Petchell, Blake Boyd, Calvin Blitman, Jan Macek, Magnus Guldbrandsen, Trevor, Michael McCormick, Stefan Strohmaier, Lilith Dawn, David Baker, Jonathan Beck, Dmitry Jemerov, Jason Foster, Ian Seymour, Charles Gaskell, Brett Haines, christian madsen, Luke Rihn, Rob Holton, Lee Rennie, Richard T. Anderson, Thomas Schryver, Angela Flierman, Matthis Knopf, Peter Wells, Kevin Hellon, Zion Suppasan, Dan Lizotte, Nervilis, Seth Keller, Mark Feaver, Tyler Lukasiewicz, Kevin Johnson, Brian McCue, Stephan Broek, Richard Walker, Wú QióngYuǎn, Elliot Jay O'Neill, George Gleeson, David Christensen, Elliot Winkler, Payden Nissen, Tom Evans, Marcøs, Brandon Lanning, Ryan Nicholls, ml cohen, Sylvain Chevalier, Yuriy Honcharuk, Darzzr, Roger Grosse, David Hardin, Rodrigo Roman, Francois LaPlante, Jeremy Zolner, Matthew Fox, Paper Coelacanth, Britt Ratliff, Patrick James Morley, Koen Hoogendoorn, Tae Wook Kim, Eddie O'Rourke, Ryan, Jon Bauman, Drew Mazurek, Jacob Luedecke, Vincent Sanders, John July, Antônio Guilherme Ferreira Viggiano, Victor L., Tommaso Ghidetti, Volker Wegert, Linus Abrahamson, Paul Koester, Danny, Matthew Kallend, Patrick Callier, JH, Joshua Gleitze, Ben Zotto, Fred Phillips, Emilio Assteves, Moises Vieira Nunes, Alex Keeny, Jeffery Aaron Lowery, Alexey Fedotov, Nicholas Lim, Patrick Pyne, Charles Hill, Harry Hume, Greg von Teig, Joshua La Macchia, John Paul Welsh, Lisa Lyons, and DSM! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold and Jade Tan-Holmes for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!
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How to overcome writer's block?
 
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One of the hardest part of any new project is getting started and figuring out how to overcome writers block or any other creative block that may come up. CJ gets expert advice from Tina Welling who conducts workshops around the country on creative writing. Learn how to tackle some of the most common problems you'll encounter when writing a song, poem, or a book. ========== SUBSCRIBE NOW http://bit.ly/1qIcXi8 CONNECT WITH CJ Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/fireitupwithcj Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/FireItUPwithCJ Fire It Up With CJ ➤ http://www.fireitupwithcj.com/ ----------HIGH LEVEL SUMMARY---------------- *How to tap your inspiration and vision for your master piece using a spirit walk through nature? During my interview with Tina, she mentions a process for opening up and accepting our inner wisdom which can be key during the creative process. I really liked the way she describes how she uses these spirit walks. After writing her book, she said that she sat on her porch reading books or walking through the woods, and that she viewed this as an integral part of the creative process. Even though she was not at the computer, she was still a writer during these periods. Her nature walks, which she calls spirit walks, was a way for her to be in the moment and collect the raw materials she would then use in her next book or article. In the video she describes the process she uses for getting in the juicy creative zone. * How to handle writer's block? I’ve often wondered what professional writers, musicians, artists do when they hit this point. Recently, I talked to author Tina Welling, who has taught the last twenty years at the Jackson Hole Writers Conference. She questions the whole idea of writer’s block and the idea you need a muse to get inspired. Instead, she believes that writer’s block is a form of self-imposed fear and that we psyche ourselves out by judging our work too early in the creative process. * How do you know when to cut something out of your book, keep it, or recycle it (short story)? Tina describes this beautifully in our interview. She says that the rewriting, polishing and pulling things together is when the art comes in. She feels if it’s a good piece that it still holds energy for her and she will continue to edit it until the energy is no longer there. Tina describes how she wrote the first draft of “Writing Wild” fifteen years ago and finished writing it twelve years ago. While she’s edited it hundreds of times, it still held the energy for her. She knew when she was done because she got to the point when she thought “this is my best”. Another one of her litmus tests was her sense of aliveness and authenticity. It was her clue that it was time to stop when she lost her sense of aliveness and authenticity,. Personally, I love this idea.
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A competition for the most beautiful hand writing. Ss of the 2nd intermediate. Ninvah schools.
 
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Giving students a sentence to write it well for memorization and good hand writing.
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synthesis in literary analysis essays
 
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This podcast will help you to understand how to synthesize evidence from multiple texts and incorporate this textual evidence into a literary analysis essay.
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Uncle Gobb and the Plot Plot - Kids' Poems and Stories with Michael Rosen
 
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Uncle Gobb and the Plot Plot Kids' Poems and Stories with Michael Rosen The third uproarious adventure from the comic pairing of Michael Rosen and Neal Layton sees Malcolm and his awful Uncle Gobb return, each with a cunning plot ... This time, there is a plot. That's the plot of the story. Or is it? The plot of the story could also be that Uncle Gobb has an evil plot. And his plot is about a plot. A plot of land. Are you following? Good! The plot of land is behind Malcolm's school and it is where Uncle Gobb wants to set up his own rival Dread Shed School of Facts. Oh no! Malcolm is going to need to come up with his own plot to stop Uncle Gobb's plot. So maybe that, in fact, is the actual plot of this story. You'll just have to read this book to find out! A bonkers book about standing up for yourself, from two crazily creative people. Sure to delight fans of Andy Stanton and Tom Gates. ---------- Reviews “Rosen ... doesn't just do funny ... he is funny ... Rosen is the real deal” – Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED “Ramshackle and silly in the best possible way” – Financial Times, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED “Finely tuned story-telling anarchy” – Guardian, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED “Uproarious comic fiction” – Bookseller, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED “Reassuring and entertaining, we'd expect nothing less from this industry treasure” – Guardian IBW supplement, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED “Hilariously irreverent” – Mumsnet, praise for UNCLE GOBB AND THE DREAD SHED ------- You can browse and buy Michael Rosen Books here: https://www.michaelrosen.co.uk/books/ Buy the Chocolate Cake Book Here: http://bit.ly/ChocolateCakeBook Buy Michael Rosen’s Big Book of Bad Things here: http://bit.ly/BigBookofBadThings Buy The Sad Book here: http://bit.ly/SadBookRosen Buy A Great Big Cuddle here: http://bit.ly/GreatBigCuddleBook And Please do contribute on Patreon so we can continue making more vids https://www.patreon.com/KPSWithMichaelRosen Michael Rosen My first book for children was called Mind Your Own Business and it came out in 1974. Quentin Blake did wonderful line drawings for it. Ever since then, I’ve been doing these things: Writing books Writing articles for newspapers and magazines Going to schools, libraries and theatres and performing the poems in my books Helping children write poems and stories Making radio programmes, mostly about words, language or books Appearing on TV, either reading books, or talking about books Teaching at universities about children’s literature Running workshops for teachers about poetry In any week, I might be doing all of these things! To tell the truth, I don’t really know what I’m doing tomorrow, unless I look in my diary to see. #Michael Rosen #Kids #Poetry
One Two Buckle My Shoe Nursery Rhyme with Lyrics I Counting Rhymes | Kids Songs, English Rhymes
 
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English Nursery Counting Rhymes For Babies (Kids Songs, Counting Rhymes, Poems For Kids) "One Two Buckle My Shoe Nursery Rhyme". Watch it with your kids and sure they will love & enjoy the popular poem. Subscribe Us On Below Link, For Amazing New Video Updates http://goo.gl/ufF6xP Alka Yagnik and Shaan famous Bollywood Singers are associated with Happy Bachpan. They are the main singers for their Poems , Rhymes . Happy Bachpan is one of the leading brand for Kids education through animation. Happy Bachpan is a venture of Golden Ball Musico P Ltd. Subscribe Us On Below Link, For Amazing New Video Updates http://goo.gl/ufF6xP Popular English Rhymes ⦿ Jack & Jill : https://youtu.be/CrvfznsmSPog ⦿ Johny Johny Yes Papa : https://youtu.be/IHjYZ9nRt74 ⦿ Twinkle Twinkle Little Star : https://youtu.be/vXblDehTHCM For more fun songs and rhymes Subscribe to our channel : http://goo.gl/ufF6xP
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Cursive Letters - English Animation Video for Kids
 
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Nursery animation video of Cursive Letters in English for kids from the album G K Pre School Vol 3 produced by Sruthilaya Media Corp.
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PESH 381 How to Summarize and Analyze an Article
 
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Summary vs Analysis
 
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A quick video reviewing differences between summary and analysis. The resource link on the last page is to http://www.aum.edu/docs/default-source/Learning-Center-Docs/tell-the-difference-between-analysis-and-summary-.pdf?sfvrsn=0
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Kirby's Augusta -  A Hollywood Reporter's Mysterious Death
 
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A REPORTER’S MYSTERIOUS DEATH It happens all the time. A celebrity journalist comes to town and everyone tries to impress. They wine. They dine. They put on a grand show. And a few weeks later the story comes out and the town gets trashed anyway. It happened to Atlanta during the 1996 Olympics. And it happened to Augusta in the spring of 1953. The journalist was Dorothy Kilgallen. She's pretty much forgotten today, but half a century ago Kilgallen was part Barbara Walters and part Oprah Winfrey, with a dash of Sylvia Cooper thrown in. A nationally known newspaper reporter, author and screenwriter, Kilgallen was a Hollywood columnist, a radio personality and a regular panelist on the TV show What's My Line?where her perceptive interviewing skills were on display each week as she tried to guess the profession of a mystery guest. She came to Augusta 61 years ago this spring because everyone else was coming to Augusta, too. We were a boom town with construction at Fort Gordon and the "bomb plant" bringing in people and jobs. Kilgallen was assigned to to write an article on such boom towns for Good Housekeeping Magazine. Chronicle editor Louis Harris did what he could to keep Killgallen happy – HE TOOK HER TO A BAR. Specifically to the Bon Air Hotel and plied her with cocktails. He took her to the Colonial Club for socializing. She also went to the Town Tavern for lobster, which she said was pretty good for $3.50. Kilgallen saw all the commerce and construction and said of our town: "It is as if Scarlett O'Hara had come home from the ball, wiggled out of her satin gown, and put on a space suit." But Kilgallen was at heart a reporter, and she quickly found another side of Augusta that most boom towns seem to share - gambling. A lot of it. When her article came out in April 1953, Kilgallen described visit after visit to Augusta's many gambling establishments. This was sort of embarrassing because Mayor Hugh Hamilton had run for office the year before on a vow to get rid of it. After the article came out, Mayor Hamilton demanded an apology.. The Richmond County grand jury vowed, however, to, dutifully announcing it on The Chronicle's front page. Well, you know what happened? Not much. There does not seem to be any follow-up news coverage of grand jury actions or developments. As for Kilgallen she dashed off to England to cover the June 2 crowning of Queen Elizabeth. She continued to maintain a high media profile, and was known for having excellent sources within the Washington spy community, frequently offering scoops on Castro and the CIA. But it was the last years of Dorothy Kilgallen's life that grew very, very interesting. A Hollywood insider, she knew President Kennedy and his girlfriends and hinted at liaisons with movie star Marilyn Monroe. After Kennedy's death in Dallas, Kilgallen went to Texas to cover the case. Jack Ruby, the bar owner who shot assassin Lee Harvey Oswald on national TV, gave her private interviews. She told her friends that she was writing a book that would tell the story of who really killed JFK That book was never written. In late 1965 -- soon after returning from interviews in Dallas -- Kilgallen was found dead in her New York home. They said she was sitting up in a bed in a room she never used, apparently reading a best-seller she had already read and not wearing her glasses, without which she could not see. Oh, and her notes on the Kennedy case were missing. They were never found. Initially, the story was she'd died of a heart attack. However, further tests indicated a curious alcohol-drug overdose, some said similar to Marilyn Monroe’s. Louis Harris -- by then the executive editor -- wrote a nice column about Dorothy Kilgallen for the paper. It was the same paper that JUST months before had unleashed its investigative and editorial staff on what would become one of The Chronicle's most talked about efforts ever -- an undercover series on the problems of gambling in Augusta.
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What is Carbon Footprint? - Environmental Science for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi
 
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Do you know what is carbon footprint and how to reduce it? Your Carbon Footprint is the amount of Carbon Dioxide and Methane gas you release into the environment by consuming energy. Most energy produced in the world is done by burning fossil fuels such as petroleum and gas. You may not experience it directly but everything you do requires energy. You need petrol to create energy to drive your car, gas to light your stove, and even the paper you write on in school requires energy to be transformed from wood to books. There is no clean way to burn fossil fuels. No matter how you do it, you will produce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the process. Hence, Your carbon footprint is the total amount of carbon dioxide and methane gas you release into the environment by consuming energy. To get a better idea of how consuming something adds to your carbon footprint take the example of paper. Let’s say that plants take 5 units of energy to become trees. It takes 1 unit to cut down the tree and 3 units to transport it to a factory. The factory takes another 5 units to convert this tree into paper. Finally another 1 unit is used to transport that paper to your city. This means that when you buy the book it is worth 15 units of energy. It may take you less than 1 unit of energy to throw a book into the dustbin but in reality you are chucking away 15 units of energy. Now think of every person in the whole world throwing away just 1 book and you get 7 billion X 15 units of energy when someone simply throws away a book Watch this video to understand how our everyday activities add to our Carbon Footprint and how we can conserve energy. To learn more about carbon footprint, go to: https://mocomi.com/carbon-footprint/ For more fun learning environment related videos and interactive articles, visit: https://mocomi.com/learn/environment/ Follow Mocomi Kids - Top educational website for kids, on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mocomikids/ on Twitter https://twitter.com/MocomiKids on Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/mocomikids/ on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+mocomikids/ on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/mocomi-kids
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Bits of Paper - 3D Animation English Nursery rhyme for children with lyrics
 
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Bits of Paper - 3D Animation English Nursery rhyme for children with lyrics Bits of paper, Bits of paper; Lying on the floor, Lying on the floor; Make the place untidy, Make the place untidy; Pick them up, Pick them up.
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Literature Analysis Checklist
 
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This is a narrated PowerPoint Presentation on Literary Analysis. The presentation is meant to introduce you to some basic literature analysis questions and illustrate these questions using the poem, "Death of a Ball Turret Gunner."
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Understanding the Cinematography of Santosh Sivan
 
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 Santosh Sivan is probably the most well-known Indian cinematographer. He is the first Indian to be a member of the ASC, and has won countless awards in India. I go through some of Santosh Sivan's cinematography techniques to help you understand his unique style. Just to be clear: Santosh Sivan changes his style to suit the movies he shoots. The goal of this video and article is to drum up enthusiasm and a yearning to learn more. Think of it as a tribute, nothing more is intended. Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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"Oh why do we like to be beside the seaside" -British Accent pronunciation practice news article
 
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http://www.learningbritishaccent.com for more british accent videos and audio. Practice your RP British accent by listening and repeating this news article. Can you reproduce all the sounds correctly? Part 2 of 3.
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Journalist: Typical Day - Jill Tucker Career Girls Role Model
 
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Watch Newspaper Journalist Jill Tucker for the San Francisco Chronicle share why girls should consider a career in journalism. Jill offers valuable newspaper journalism career guidance and life advice to girls in her full interview at https://www.careergirls.org Follow us: ♥ Instagram: http://instagram.com/career_girls ♥ Vine: http://vine.co/Career.Girls ♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/careergirlsorg ♥ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/careergirlsorg/ ♥ Facebook: https://facebook.com/CareerGirls ♥ CareerGirls Blog: http://www.careergirls.org/community
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Benjamin Ministries on TV: Jill Kelly Speaks on Grief
 
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Jill Kelly Speaks on Grief October 22, 2011 "Joy Through Mourning" was the topic of a conference held Saturday for those grieving the loss of a loved one. The Open Door Baptist Church on Chili-Scottsville Road in Churchville hosted the conference, which strives to create bereavement support in the community. Jill Kelly, wife of Bills' hall of famer Jim Kelly, was the guest speaker. The couple's son Hunter died in 2005 from Krabbe Leukodystrophy. "Just the opportunity to share the hope that God gives us in the midst of our deep pain is huge for me. Obviously, Jim and I, our daughters, my mom, we know what it's like to walk through a dark, dark valley. Just to encourage and hug because we're all in this together. No one is exempt from grief," said Jill. Jill and Jim went on to found Hunter's Hope to raise awareness and funds for research to fight Krabbe disease, a neurological disorder. Read the full article at http://rochester.twcnews.com/content/in_our_community/community_news/561334/jill-kelly-speaks-on-grief/
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#368 Bono Is Evil
 
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After several comments told me I was way off on Bono, given my personality, I had no other choice than to do a bunch of research on him and dedicate an entire episode to further prove my point that he is vile. Enjoy! The pope, harvey weinstein, bill clinton, ONE charity, tax evasion, hypocrisy, theft, fake enviornmentalism, weird album covers, and much much more! the new special is finally available at hugepianist.com to super chat me go to PayPal.me/feedthebear hugepianist.com for past specials patreon.com/wdtl subscribe and hit the alert button. After several comments told me I was way off on Bono, given my personality, I had no other choice than to do a bunch of research on him and dedicate an entire episode to further prove my point that he is vile. Enjoy! the new special is finally available at hugepianist.com to super chat me go to PayPal.me/feedthebear hugepianist.com for past specials patreon.com/wdtl subscribe and hit the alert button. If it wasn't for my dad's weiner and my mom's "ok," there would be no Owen Benjamin. Piano brought me to stand up comedy. I've had two Comedy Central specials. I'm tall but suck at basketball, I'm smart but can't spell, I'm nice but kind of a dick. I've been in some movies: House Bunny, Staten Island Summer w/ SNL cast, Bucky Larson w/ Nick Swardson, Jack and Jill w/ Adam Sandler. Also some TV shows: Sullivan and Son - produced by Vince Vaughn, Leno, Fallon, and Bar Rescue. You may have seen/heard me in podcasts: Joe Rogan, Adam Corolla, Steven Crowder, and the Impractical Jokers podcast. http://Hugepianist.com for tour dates Twitter: https://twitter.com/OwenBenjamin Instagram: https://instagram.com/owenbenjam Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/owenbenjamincomedy/
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Everything Possible - Boston Gay Men's Chorus
 
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Everything Possible is a beautiful lullaby by Fred Small performed by The Boston Gay Men's Chorus at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall. Sons & Daughters concert, recorded live March 23, 2014.
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UNC Leader Wins Defamation Case Against Jack Warner
 
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UNC Political Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, has won her defamation case against Jack Warner's Sunshine Newspaper. On December 4th 2015, the newspaper produced a front-page article regarding an alleged letter from a US Presidential candidate stating that Mrs. Persad-Bissessar was to be extradited to the US for financial impropriety. On Wednesday, Justice David Harris ruled that damages would be awarded for libel, inclusive of aggravation and exemplary damages and costs for the claimant. Mrs. Persad-Bissessar said a figure was not given for the damages as the court has ordered an assessment. The UNC Leader said she is happy her name has been cleared and described the article as outrageous. Judge Harris also ordered an injunction to prevent the defendant from further publishing the allegation.
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The Scales That Built Jazz
 
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Try 2 months of Skillshare for free! http://skl.sh/12tone4 Modern jazz is one of the most popular styles among academic musicians, with whole fields of research dedicated to studying its use of advanced harmony, chromaticism, and other complex techniques, but back in the day it was thought of as just dance music. So what changed? Well, Bebop happened. Bebop transformed the face of jazz forever, and it brought with it lots of new ideas and devices, including perhaps jazz's first real experiment in chromaticism, the Bebop Scales! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/12tonevideos Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/bCTDaj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/12tonevideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/12tonevideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/12tonevideos/ Email: [email protected] Last: https://youtu.be/cvmm0f92L-k Modes video: https://youtu.be/VPWQC4pdEco Script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cqB3HU2p7PNOUCmpgKXpGuL34q8co_nFqAWcub8lXY4/edit?usp=sharing SOURCES: http://zani.co.uk/archive/music-archive/item/594-a-brief-history-of-bebop https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1263&context=student_scholarship https://books.google.ca/books?id=8DKvFECKOwgC https://mattwarnockguitar.com/bebop-scale/ Huge thanks to our Elephant of the Month Club members: Susan Jones Jill Jones Ron Jones Howard Levine Gabi Ghita Kaylor Hodges Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold Brian Etheredge Josh King Gene Lushtak Tom William (Bill) Boston Khristofor Saraga Nicolas Mendoza Anton Smyk Wolf Bennett RAD Donato Mitchell Fund Dale Monks Duck Chris Prentice Jack Carlson Len Lanphar Paul Ward Benjamin DeLillo Budjarn Lambeth Branden Randall Dov Zazkis Jesse Russo James Treacy Bagshaw Christopher Lucas Hendrik Payer Thomas Morley Abhijit Patel Andrew Beals And thanks as well to Henry Reich, Eugene Bulkin, Logan Jones, Abram Thiessen, Anna Work, Oliver, Jc Bq, Dialup Salesman, Adam Neely, nico, Justin Donnell, Michael Fieseler, Rick Lees, Ben LaRose, rhandhom1, Harold Gonzales, Marc Himmelberger, Chris Borland, StarsServant, jason black,Nick Olman, Dutreuilh Olivier, Davis Sprague, Justin Bronstein, Justin Aungst, David Roulston, Dave Mayer, Thomás, billy roberts, Elliot Burke, Alex Atanasyan, Joey Strandquist, Daniel Gilchrist, Amlor, Greg Borenstein, Tim S., Elias Simon, Paul Quine, Anamol Pundle, David Tocknell, Jerry D. Brown, blalo'u, Christopher Wright, Lauren Steely, Fabian, Nikolay Semyonov, Ohad Lutzky, Jon White, Eivind Vatshaug, Josiah R. Hazel, Kurtis Commanda, Bate Goiko, James A. Thornton, Jacob Friend, Benjamin Cooper, Kevin, Joe Galetti, Arnas, CodenaCrow, Sarah Spath, Skylar J Eckdahl, Kristian Bredenbeck, John Bejarano, Gerhard Blab, drunkwookiee64, Brian Dinger, SD, Revolution Harmony, Aa Markus, Paul Apicella, Pawel Sit, David Barker, Adam Wurstmann, Dave Wray, Shadow Kat, Adam Kent, Michael Alan Dorman, Caroline Simpson, Lee Rennie, Richard T. Anderson, Thomas Schryver, Angela Flierman, Matthis Knopf, Kelsey Freese, Peter Wells, Zion Suppasan, Dan Lizotte, Seth Keller, Mark Feaver, Tyler Lukasiewicz, Kevin Johnson, Brian McCue, Kevin Hellon, Stephan Broek, Richard Walker, Wú QióngYuǎn, Nathan Petchell, Blake Boyd, alex, Calvin Blitman, Magnus Guldbrandsen, Ross Relic, Stefan Strohmaier, Lilith Dawn, David Baker, Jonathan Beck, Dmitry Jemerov, Jason Foster, Ian Seymour, Brett Haines, christian madsen, Luke Rihn, Rob Holton, Devon Wilhelmy, Ben Horwood, Jaroslav fedorčák, Allen Edwards, Brandon Lanning, Ryan Nicholls, ml cohen, Brandon Hamele, Darzzr, Rodrigo Roman, Francois LaPlante, Matthew Fox, Paper Coelacanth, Britt Ratliff, Patrick James Morley, Koen Hoogendoorn, Tae Wook Kim, Eddie O'Rourke, Ryan, Timothy Field, Jon Bauman, Drew Mazurek, Jacob Luedecke, Vincent Sanders, Victor L., Tommaso Ghidetti, JJ Deman, Volker Wegert, Linus Abrahamson, Matthew Kallend, Patrick Callier, JH, Joshua Gleitze, Ben Zotto, Jan Macek, Trevor, Michael McCormick, Charles Gaskell, Sylvain Chevalier, Yuriy Honcharuk, Roger Grosse, David Hardin, Jeremy Zolner, Leon Saleh, Valentin Lupachev, Paul Koester, and Danny! Your support helps make 12tone even better! Also, thanks to Jareth Arnold and Jade Tan-Holmes for proofreading the script to make sure this all makes sense hopefully!
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Best of the Best 2017 - Pro/Am Jack and Jill Pre-lims (Thomas Reardon and Katrina Ostrenski)
 
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Best of the Best 2017 - Pro/Am Jack and Jill Pre-lims (Thomas Reardon and Katrina Ostrenski, Robert Buehrig and Michelle Fletcher)
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Walter Trout - Life in the Jungle - April 23, 2010
 
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According to an article on the Walter Trout website. A fan was murdered after one of his concerts in LA. That inspired Walter to write the song. Here are the lyrics : This town is like a jungle As somebody rightly said A friend of mine was walking home one night And somebody killed her dead Cut down by a junkie Coz she would not go to bed That's life in the jungle Somebody's got a knife You better get yourself a gun The junkie on the corner He ain't havin' any fun He just might decide to kill you And you won't be the only one That's life in the jungle I can hear the streets a callin' Every time the sun goes down When nighttime starts a fallin' I wanna walk the streets of town The night time is calling me To come out and hear the sound Of life in the jungle Just the other night I was walkin' all alone Suddenly I found myself Standing next to my dead friend's home And somewhere in the darkness I could hear the jungle moan That's life in the jungle" read more at: http://www.waltertrout.com/interviews.php?id=18
Views: 6548 TheMagikRat
How to Identify Between Summary and Analysis by Shmoop
 
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This video identifies the difference between a summary essay (just a restatement of the text) and an analysis essay (a breakdown of the text). One doesn’t require as much brain power to write (spoiler alert: it’s the summary), but both are opinion-free zones. Learn more about writing on our website: http://www.shmoop.com/essay-lab/
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HOW TO WRITE A HIT SONG 2018 - what makes a Hit Song
 
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I've written poems and I've written lyrics. I've learned if you can do one, you can usually do the other. As a poet, I've enjoyed the pure creative process, and the occasional publication of my work. If you're a poet who's tired of being broke, and would like to occasionally use your gifts to write more commercially, this article can help you make that transition. It can also help lyricists who are stuck, composers who claim they write music only, plus the entire world of left-brain computer types who ache to create something romantic—like a song. When writing one, be aware that melodies are open to interpretation - so when you write a tune, what you feel or intend is still safe in your heart.You don't have to reveal yourself or stand completely naked in front of the world. But once you put words to a tune, your feelings are totally out in the open and everyone knows what's in your heart. Therefore, it can be very inhibiting to write lyrics, which is often why writers get stuck. But here is the process I use with my clients to make lyric writing simple. I suggest you use all seven steps. Cutting corners is usually why a lyric doesn't work. Most poets and beginning songwriters make the mistake of writing acres of lines of iambic pentameter and then set out to look for someone who can turn that dreary rhythm into an exciting melody. Almost nobody can, no matter what the words are saying. So don't write your lyrics first. ]Get the tune, then write the words. So let's assume, for this exercise, that you have a melody but no idea of what to say in your lyric. Don't worry if you don't have a tune. I'll give you one. STEP 1. Sing or play the tune of a nursery rhyme. Any of them will do: Baa Baa Black Sheep, Humpty Dumpty, Ring Around the Rosie - it doesn't matter which you choose. Use this melody for practice. As you listen to it, scribble down some non-rhyming prose. Ignore the exact notes, but listen to the feelings. Let your words be a stream-of-conscious exercise to warm up your imagination. Don't use rhymes or logic. Try to be visual, silly, playful and have fun with it. Here's an example of some lines I scribbled down after listening to "Itsy Bitsy Spider": A former tooth farmer from Fluffy, South Apricot, dug through Exxon's banana shoe hairbrush section for kangaroo lingerie, after the De La Hoya/Pope Potato wrist rake from Western Tire Cough Drops slid unnoticed into burping toenails. STEP 2. Now please write a silly, visual non-rhyming lyric to your tune. Match each note with one syllable. Fill your non-rhyming lyric with ridiculous pictures. Again, don't be logical, don't make it make sense. Every line can be about something different. The first might concern shoe repair, the second, airport parking. In this draft, try to keep all the rhymes OUT. Here's an example of a nonsense lyric I wrote, to the tune of "Jack and Jill". Lizards frying Jaguars All hum Hawaiin shoe trees Disneyland will hiccup in The mayor's purple phone soup. STEP 3. Now write an uncensored list of silly titles that will fit with the stresses of the first line of your nursery rhyme. No matter how many notes in that line, keep your title to seven syllables or less. Shoot for twenty or thirty possible titles. Don't write anything you've heard before. Let your imagination roll. Don't say, "Oh, that's dumb." Write it all down. You might find one of these nonsense titles could actually turn into a real one later. "I Love You" is fine, but Jewel's "Swallow The Moon" gets you in the gut. A good title will write the whole song for you. A mediocre one will leave you stranded in line two. Here are some nonsense titles I wrote to the tune of "Jack and Jill": Santa knit a Hershey Bar Orange dancing astronauts Drinking bricks can make you skate STEP 4. Write a few real titles with the same number of syllables as your silly ones. Here are some I wrote to "Jack and Jill": Sundays with the London Times Do you ever think of me Moonlight over Lake O'Hare STEP 5. Choose one of your real titles. Write the story it tells in prose. Just a couple of sentences will do fine. Writing the story as a letter might be easier for you. If any lines come out rhyming, change them so they don't. That way, you'll be able to express yourself with complete freedom, and without the constraints of rhyme or meter. When you finish this step, you'll know the beginning, middle and end of your story before you start to write the lyric. Most songs have two verses, a chorus and a bridge, so allow space for them in your story. By writing it first, you'll be able to see if you have enough information to fill a whole song, so you won't get stuck half-way through with nowhere to go. You can always cut out words and lines later. STEP 6. Using the information from your story, write a non-rhyming lyric to the nursery rhyme melody you've chosen. Should rhymes mysteriously appear, delete them. STEP 7. Now write the "real" lyric, with the story and the rhymes.
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My Poem's For You| Spoken Word| Price's Poetry
 
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Hi Guys! This is the first video of my channel. I wanted to do an introduction to the channel, explain who I am, what you're going to be seeing on on here and more. I thought what better way to do so than to do it with a poem. This is the start of something that I have always wanted to do. It is something that has been long awaited and something that I will continue to pursue. I hope that all of you enjoy it and if there's anything you want to hear, anything you want to see, anything you want me to talk about, suggestions, everything! Let me know Thank you for all the support. P.S. I chucked in a little teaser which I'm looking forward to releasing, the video is gonna be mad BUT I just uploaded the vocals for it, for now. Give you something to keep an eye out for. Easy -Price INSTAGRAM: @priceyyy27 TWITTER: @PricesPoetry
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Summary and Analysis
 
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Some tips for Essay #1
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"Global Interdependence" - Sing2Learn Advanced II Chinese Sample
 
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This is "Global Interdependence" for Advanced II in Chinese. This level is recommended for those with the ability to speak fluently and can read and write simple articles. For more information please visit: www.sing2learn.com.
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The Black Keys - Gold On The Ceiling [Official Music Video]
 
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The Black Keys' TURN BLUE available for download here: http://smarturl.it/turnblue Get TURN BLUE on vinyl/CD: http://theblackkeys.com/turnblue Download on iTunes: http://www.smarturl.it/turnblue Subscribe for more new music: http://bit.ly/XcW3TT http://theblackkeys.com http://facebook.com/theblackkeys http://twitter.com/theblackkeys http://instagram.com/theblackkeys http://theblackkeys.tumblr.com/
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Darius Cooling Off Philippine Heat Christine Elaine
 
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Summer is here. Forget the words I spoke a couple of months ago when I said, I am ready for Summer." I am not. This is a hot one. Here is a short Darius Cooling Off from the Philippine Heat Christine, Darius's mother, got her share of the 'cool off' splashing. Elaine and Myra watched on from a distance. I have blog http://Jacknorthrup.com/blog . It has some pictures to complement many of the videos, sometimes extended articles and some videos not publicly released on YouTube. If you enjoy our YouTube Channel I am quite sure you will enjoy the blog. Thank You and Stop on by and say Hello. Jack Northrup and Myra Reyes My retirement in the Philippines began in Sept 6, 2012. I filled a backpack with drawing/art material to write and headed overseas to live a dream. I play and make videos of my life in the Philippines. My life overseas has been the adventure of my lifetime. This Vlog of life here is for my memories and show my friends and family back in the USA the Filipino lifestyle and show the world the joy of overseas retirement..
Views: 4412 Jack Northrup