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Manchester United Want to Bring Cesc Fabregas

BY HENRY AA269936_hp

In the last few days had circulated the news that AC Milan want to bring Barcelona midfielder, Cesc Fabregas Spaniard was still having trouble getting a place in the first team even though he claimed to feel happy having just feel the Spanish league title for the first time. On the other hand, performance is judged not go up because less able to adapt to the style of play Barca. The situation could have made ​​Fabregas to leave and return to the Premier League. According to news from the London Evening Standard , the situation was not lost on the Manchester United. They assess Fabregas could further strengthen the midfield left the team after Paul Scholes who decided to retire kenmbali, injuries that often afflict the age Flatcher Darren Michael Carrick who has entered 32 years. Yet the Red Devils who will be trained in the next season David Moyes should be prepared compete with Arsenal. Gunners have the first option to leave if Fabregas bid from Barca, who agreed when melegonya to the Nou Camp in 2011.

Indonesia Becomes Chairman of the Asia-Europe Education Forum

Kuala Lumpur (ANTARA) – Indonesia was honored to be elected Chairman of the Forum of Ministers of Education in Asia and Europe (ASEME) with a secretariat office will be based in Jakarta, after being housed in the city of Berlin, Germany.
“Jakarta has been established as a secretariat and receipt of final tomorrow,” said Ambassador to Malaysia, Herman Prayitno the sidelines of a meeting of education ministers and the Asia-Europe (ASEMME 4th) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Monday.
Ambassador Herman Prayitno welcomed the election of Indonesia as chairman ASEME because it is expected to improve the quality of education in the country to draw from the experience of countries in Europe that have been advanced education system.
“It is expected to be the driving force to foster cooperation with fellow members so expect the quality of education in the country to be the best and not inferior to developed countries,” he said.
International confidence, he added, will encourage Indonesia as chairman ASEME good and the opportunity to further enhance cooperation with European countries, especially in terms of education.
Similar delivered Counsellor for Education, MA Rusdi stating that the appointment of Indonesia as the secretariat ASEME, it automatically becomes chairman.
For Rusdi, the election of Indonesia as a form of international recognition of the gait Indonesia in the international education arena.
“We’re pretty active in many educational activities both regional and international levels. Thing that is a consideration for choosing Indonesia,” he said.
Director General of Higher Education, Djoko Santoso is scheduled to represent Indonesia in the handover ceremony secretarial ASEME from Berlin to Jakarta.
ASEMME 4th meeting held at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur was the theme of the talk about quality assurance of education, cooperation in education and lifelong education (life long learning) and a number of other discussions. (Ar)

Silent Letters

 

These are those letters in words which are not pronounced when we say the word. In other words, these letters or alphabets are written when spelling the word but not said out loud verbally. This is mainly because of the changes in pronunciation that the English language has seen over the centuries, in olden times the silent letters used to be pronounced and the spellings also varied greatly.  On this page we have listed out the different types of silent alphabets and examples of the words they are used in.

 

Silent B

The alphabet ‘B’ is not pronounced when it comes after ‘M’ in a word

Climb

Plumber

Tomb

Comb

 

Silent C

‘C’ is not pronounced in words like

Muscle

Scissors

Acquire

 

Silent D

‘D’ is not pronounced in words like:

Sandwich

Wednesday

Edge

 

Silent G

The alphabet is not pronounced when it comes before ‘N’ or ‘M’

Gnat

Diaphragm 

 

Silent GH

‘GH’ is not pronounced before ‘T’ and at the end of many words

Rough

Through

Alight

Light

Borough

 

Silent H

‘H’ is not pronounced when it comes after ‘W’

Why

Whether

Where

Sometimes the ‘H’ is silent for some words, even when it is the first letter of the word

Hour

Heir

‘H’ is not pronounced when it comes before ‘Y’ 

Thyme

Rhyme

 

Silent K

Whenever ‘K’ is followed by an ‘N’ at the beginning of a word, ‘K’ is not pronounced

Knot

Knight

Knock

Knowledge

 

Silent L

‘L’ stays silent in most words when it comes before ‘D’,’ F’, ‘M’, ‘K’.

Yolk

Half

Calm

Talk

Should

 

Silent N

‘N’ is not pronounced when it follows ‘M’ in a word

Autumn

Column

 

Silent P

‘P’ remains silent when it starts a word and is followed by ‘sy’ or ‘ne’

Pneumonia

Psychotic

‘P’ is also not pronounced in certain words like

Psalm

Receipt

 

Silent S

We usually avoid pronouncing ‘S’ when it comes before ‘L’ in words like

Island

Aisle

 

Silent T

‘T’ is not pronounced in words like

Castle

Beret

Listen

Depot

Whistle

Gourmet

 

Silent U

‘U’ is not pronounced in words when it comes after ‘G’ and is followed by a vowel

Guess

Colleague

Guitar

Tongue

 

Silent W

We avoid pronouncing ‘W’ when it begins a word and is followed by ‘R’

Wrist

Write

Wrong

‘W’ is not pronounced in these three pronouns

Who

Whose

Whom

It is also avoided in words like

Two

Sword

Answer

 

Silent X

‘X’ is not pronounced in most words that have come from the French language

Faux Pas

Bordeaux

 

Silent Z

‘Z’ remains silent in the word

Rendezvous

 

Learn English without mistakes

You can damage your English by writing and speaking. Your grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation can get worse because of practice. When you speak or write with mistakes, you teach yourself bad habits. These bad habits may be difficult to eliminate.

How can you avoid making mistakes?

  • When you speak or write, be careful, slow, and use simple language. Look things up in dictionaries and on the Web.
  • If you make a lot of mistakes, focus on writing rather than speaking. If that doesn’t help, stop writing and speaking; concentrate on input instead.

The role of mistakes in language learning:

Are mistakes as inevitable in language learning as they are in other human activities? Is making mistakes a good way to learn a language?

Praying to our Parents

Grateful for God by Sue Favor of Religious Science

Allah Hummaghfirli … Dhunubi Waliwalidayya …
Warhamguma .. Warhamguma ..
Kama Rabbayani Shoghiroo

Oh … My God,
Forgive me and our parents
Oh … My God,
Forgive me and our parents,

Bless them …. 4x
as they care me since baby
Rabbana Atina fiddun ya khasana
wafil aqirooti waqina adhabannar ..