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letter writing https://www.sampletemplates.com/letter-templates/persuasive-business-letter.html
grammar http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000023.htm
semicolon http://www.csus.edu/owl/index/sent/semiclns.htm
past papers 11+ http://www.independentjunction.co.uk/specimen/11/list/1.html
vocab sites
математика Латиmer http://www.salcombeprep.co.uk/download.php?file=TlRZeY замени последние две буквы for more
book list http://www.camdengirls.camden.sch.uk/page/?pid=254
ways to improve your mental maths http://www.counton.org/resources/numeracy/pdfs/y456str3.pdf
maths challenge http://www.ukmt.org.uk/individual-competitions/junior-challenge/
sats 2015 https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/key-stage-2-tests-past-papers
maths catch up site http://www.kangaroomaths.com/kenny3.php?page=KassessKS3
music theory http://www.dolmetsch.com/musictheory21.htm
book distinction in comprehension marshall cavendish
maths for able word problems http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/12212/mathspuzzlesall.pdf
GGP maths english пара тестов http://www.sats-papers.co.uk/11-plus-papers.php
english on-line tests etc http://www.eslflow.com/transitionalconnectingandlinkingwords.html
non-verbal freebie http://www.atestingtime.com/ATestingTime/FurtherWhatIsNVR.php
Peter Morrisson http://freedomtoteach.collins.co.uk/packing-a-punch-how-a-writers-use-of-language-can-create-effects/
Assessment http://thegrid.org.uk/learning/english/ks3-4-5/ks3/assessment/index.shtml
More Ideas Than You'll Ever Use for Book Reports http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/langarts/reading/bookrepts1.html
maths challenges http://mathschallenge.net/problems/pdfs/mathschallenge_1_star.pdf
writers teachers http://www.nwp.org.uk/nwp-blog
writing your own stories http://johnstorycorner.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1YG7ZXfC6g - мультик
BBC 500 words http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/39Rl8MmxgM2jcc8vLsvv4YJ/500-words-winning-stories-2011-to-2013
APP standards files http://www.edu.dudley.gov.uk/numeracy/assessment/app_standardsfiles.htm
poetry explained http://worldlitonline.net/the-cohesive-anupama.pdf
rebus http://rebus1.com/index.php?item=rebusx&rebus=49
word problems http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/workbooks/math/pdf_workbook/m1pwp.pdf
quiz http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/cgi-shl/quiz.pl/sentence_types_quiz.htm
complex sentences http://haw.bhusd.org/ourpages/auto/2011/10/9/62774166/7thGrammarUnit2.pdf
test papers http://www.hampsteadandfrognaltutors.org.uk/exam-papers.php
timetables etc http://sdamgia.ru/test?theme=4
математика разделы http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/advice/maths
вербал ризонинг типы вопросов http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/advice/verbal-reasoning/gl-assessment-question-types-at-a-glance
english exam http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/advice/english/
кент тест http://www.kentadvice.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=689&Itemid=84

creating atmosphere - description http://www.writersbureau.com/e-zee-writer/august-2012/page3.htm
sats http://www.satspapers.org/SATs%20papers/
prepositions and sat syllables http://www.compare4kids.co.uk/literacy.php
SET papers http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/media/downloads/schoolsweb/learning/k_6assessments/ss/ss_sampletest.pdf
SET sample papers http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/learning/k-6assessments/shsplacement/ss_sampletest.php
SET more http://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/parents/secondary/pages/practicetests.aspx
stateiki LEARN rules (, ! etc.) http://www.scribendi.com
VR practice http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&ved=0CD8QFjAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fitworkss.com%2Fdownload%2FInteresting%2FBank%2520PO%2520Materials%2520%26%2520Previous%2520Papers%2FBank%2520Materials%2FVerbalReasoningTestworkbook-MikeBryon-www.itworkss.com.pdf&ei=jgPaU_blLZDb7Ablt4CYBQ&usg=AFQjCNHSzo_MEQXCSwy76sOa9jdj9awXfA&sig2=TUbQ-YfRRAh76M7uFrJxug&bvm=bv.72185853,d.d2k&cad=rja http://bookzz.org/book/920273/74d260
noun phrases (chapter 4 of whatever book) http://kbs.jogjakota.go.id/upload/noun_phrases.pdf
GRAMMAR http://banksscpreparations.weebly.com/bank-study-material.html
creating mood and atmosphere https://suite.io/james-parsons/5c7n203
heart as an emotion http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/heart
colour idioms http://kerlynb.hubpages.com/hub/30-Color-Idioms-Explained-to-English-as-a-Second-Language-Learners
colour similes http://www.tes.co.uk/ResourceDetail.aspx?storyCode=6031536
look up
Learning About Characters by Noticing Details; Using Details to Infer http://www.heinemann.com/shared/onlineresources/e00871/ruos_u2_contentsintroduction.pdf
website with interesting answers literacy http://www.enotes.com/topics/pride-and-prejudice
How to Analyze the Tone http://www.wikihow.com/Analyze-Tone-in-Literature
biographies http://www.biography.com/people/groups/german
Top 25 Ways to Write an Awesome Book http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/2013/11/top-25-ways-write-awesome-book.html#comments
MC maths combinatorics GOOD http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CCEQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fentrance-exam.net%2Fforum%2Fattachments%2Fgeneral-discussion%2F86889d1333892585-tricks-solve-quantitative-aptitude-quantitative-practice.pdf&ei=1oLeU43SE6Kx0QWC-YGgBA&usg=AFQjCNHc8aYvMtxnPJlEXPKPd2MYeLMcWA&sig2=e5SAQEMUrR7uDWYbhlGUWQ&bvm=bv.72197243,d.d2k
advice from Alan Peat http://www.alanpeat.com/resources/freud.html
Hyphenated compound words CONCORDIA http://info.csp.edu/globalassets/academic-resources/writing-center/docs/compound-adjectives-and-hyphenation.pdf
creating mood/atmosphere http://literarydevices.net/mood/
resources for writers http://info.csp.edu/Academic-Resources/WritingCenter/Resources-for-Writers/
How to write a mystery http://www.creative-writing-now.com/how-to-write-a-mystery.html
MATH - podrobnye ob'yasneniya DELAT' !!! http://banksscpreparations.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/4/7/11477991/r-s-agarwal-aptitude-test-book.pdf
prepositions http://www.englishclub.com/download/PDF/EnglishClub-English-Prepositions-List.pdf
http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/forum/11plus/viewtopic.php?t=21775 - VR NVR preparation
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-2-teacher-assessment-writing-exemplification-levels-4-6 - level 4-6 writing
maths level 4-8 http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resources/10%20-%204%20-%2010/
moving from level 6 to level 7 writing



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Jul. 12th, 2014 07:37 am (UTC)
a bleeding heart - someone who shows too much sympathy for everyone The anti-hunting campaigners are just a bunch of bleeding hearts who don't understand the countryside.
a change of heart - if someone has a change of heart, they change their opinion or the way they feel about something The revised legislation follows a change of heart by the government. She was going to sell the house but had a change of heart at the last minute.
a heart of gold - a kind and generous character He plays the part of a tough cop with a heart of gold.
Opposite of: a heart of stone
a heart of stone - an unfriendly and unkind character The sad condition of these refugees would move a heart of stone to sympathy.
Opposite of: a heart of gold
a heart-to-heart - a serious conversation between two people in which they talk honestly about their feelings We had a real heart-to-heart and we're getting on much better now.
A heavy purse makes a light heart - Prov. If you have plenty of money, you will feel happy and secure. Everyone in the office is especially cheerful on payday, since a heavy purse makes a light heart.
a man after own heart - if someone is a man or woman after your own heart, you admire them because they do or believe the same things as you He likes a good curry - a man after my own heart.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder - Prov. You will like someone or something better if that person or thing is far away. Ever since Carla's boyfriend moved away, she can't stop thinking about him. Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
aching heart - Fig. the feeling of pain because of love that is lost or has faded away. (Described as being in the heart, where love is said to reside.) I try to tell my aching heart that I don't love him.
after own heart - someone who is similar to you I was delighted by your comments about vocabulary and grammar - you're clearly a man after my own heart.
Usage notes: sometimes used in the form a something after your own heart: She's a cook after my own heart.
at heart - 1. as what someone cares about the most Your academic adviser should have your best interests at heart. I'm an English teacher at heart but also a writer.
at heart - 2. in the most basic way He was at heart a conservative man.

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Jul. 12th, 2014 08:38 am (UTC)
bare heart - to tell someone your secret thoughts and feelings (often + to ) We don't know each other that well. I certainly wouldn't bare my heart to her.
be all heart - to be very kind and generous
Usage notes: This phrase is often used humorously to mean the opposite. Ellie can't bear to see anyone upset - she's all heart. 'I'm sorry they're splitting up, but at least she gets to keep the car.' 'You're all heart!'
be for the faint-hearted - if something is not for the faint-hearted, it is not suitable for people who become frightened easily The drive along the winding coast road is not for the faint-hearted, particularly when it's foggy.
bleeding heart - Fig. someone, usually considered politically liberal or leftist, who is very emotional about certain political issues, such as endangered species, downtrodden people, the suffering poor, etc. Bob is such a bleeding heart. No cause is too far out for him.
bless heart - you are a good person. I changed the whole engine in one of my son trucks. Well, bless your heart.
Usage notes: also used to wish someone good health or good luck: I spent most of the day Sunday in the emergency room, and I just got home last night. Oh, bless your heart.
break heart - Fig. to cause someone great emotional pain. It just broke my heart when Tom ran away from home. Sally broke John's heart when she refused to marry him.
by heart - exactly and from memory You know the telephone number by heart, don't you?
Usage notes: often used with know, learn, recite, and play: I studied piano for two years, and all I learned to play by heart was "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star."
chicken-hearted - cowardly. Yes, I'm a chicken-hearted softie. I never try anything too risky.
close/dear to somebody's heart - if something is dear to someone's heart, it is very important to them Animal rights is an issue very close to my heart.
Cold hands, warm heart - Prov. People whose hands are usually cold have kind and loving personalities. Nancy: I don't like holding hands with Joe. His hands are so cold. Jane: Cold hands, warm heart.
cross heart - Fig. a phrase said to pledge or vow that the truth is being told. It's true, cross my heart and hope to die. It's really true—cross my heart.
Cross my heart (and hope to die) - something that you say in order to emphasize that something is true I want to go to the party with you, not Sarah - cross my heart!
cry heart out - Fig. to do something with vigor or intensity. She suffered such grief—alone and sobbing her heart out. The bird sang its little heart out each morning.

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Jul. 12th, 2014 08:38 am (UTC)
die of a broken heart - Fig. to die of emotional distress. I was not surprised to hear of her death. They say she died of a broken heart. In the movie, the heroine appeared to die of a broken heart, but the audience knew she was poisoned.
do heart good / do somebody's heart good - Fig. to make someone feel good emotionally. It does my heart good to hear you two are back together. When she sent me a get-well card, it really did my heart good.
eat heart out / eat (one's) heart out - 1. Fig. to grieve; to be sorrowful. (Fixed order.) She has been eating her heart out over that jerk ever since he ran away with Sally. Don't eat your heart out. You really didn't like him that much, did you?
eat (one's) heart out - 2. Fig. to suffer from envy or jealousy. (Usually a command.) Yeah, the reward money is all mine. Eat your heart out! Eat your heart out! I won it fair and square.
eat your heart out! - somebody, eat your heart out! (humorous)
something that you say which means that you or someone you know can do something better than a person who is famous for doing that thing I'm taking singing lessons. Celine Dion, eat your heart out!
emptier than a banker's heart - Rur. completely empty. My wallet was emptier than a banker's heart. His pockets were emptier than a banker's heart.
enshrine in heart / enshrine someone in one's heart / enshrine someone's memory in one's heart - Fig. to keep the memory of someone in a special place in one's heart or mind. Bob enshrined Jill's memory in his heart.
Faint heart never won fair lady - Prov. A timid suitor never won his lady. (Used to encourage boys or men to be bold in courting women.) Bill: I'd really like to go out with Alice, but what if she says no? Alan: You won't know till you ask her. Faint heart never won fair lady. Don't be so shy about talking to Edith. Faint heart never won fair lady.
faint of heart - Fig. people who are squeamish; someone who is sickened or disturbed by unpleasantness or challenge. The pathway around the top of the volcano, near the crater, is not for the faint of heart.
find it in heart (to do something) / find it in oneself (to do something) - Fig. to have the courage or compassion to do something. She couldn't find it in herself to refuse to come home to him. I can't do it! I can't find it in my heart.
follow heart / follow one's heart- Fig. to act according to one's feelings; to obey one's sympathetic or compassionate inclinations. I couldn't decide what to do, so I just followed my heart. I trust that you will follow your heart in this matter.
from the bottom of heart / from the bottom of one's heart - Fig. sincerely. When I returned the lost kitten to Mrs. Brown, she thanked me from the bottom of her heart. Oh, thank you! I'm grateful from the bottom of my heart.
from the heart - Fig. from a deep and sincere emotional source. I know that your kind words come from the heart. We don't want your gift unless it comes from the heart.

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Jul. 12th, 2014 08:39 am (UTC)
half-hearted - a half-hearted attempt to do something lacks effort and enthusiasm I made a half-hearted attempt to start a conversation with him and then gave up.
harden heart (slightly formal) - to make yourself stop feeling kind or friendly towards someone You've just got to harden your heart and tell him to leave.
have a change of heart - Fig. to change one's attitude or decision, usually from a negative to a positive position. I had a change of heart at the last minute and gave the beggar some money. Since I talked to you last, I have had a change of heart. I now approve of your marrying Sam.
have a heart - Fig. to be compassionate; to be generous and forgiving; to have an especially compassionate heart. Oh, have a heart! Give me some help! If Anne had a heart, she'd volunteer to help us on the charity drive.
have a heart of gold - Cliché to be generous, sincere, and friendly. Mary is such a lovely person. She has a heart of gold. You think Tom stole your watch? Impossible! He has a heart of gold.
have a heart of stone - Fig. to be cold and unfriendly. Sally has a heart of stone. She never even smiles. The villain in the play had a heart of stone. He was cruel to everyone.
Have a heart! - (humorous)
something that you say in order to ask someone to be kinder to you Have a heart! I can't walk another step!
have a heart-to-heart - (talk)
Fig. to have a sincere and intimate talk. I had a heart-to-heart talk with my father before I went off to college. I have a problem, John. Let's sit down and have a heart-to-heart.
have best interest at heart have someone's best interest(s) at heart - to make decisions based on someone's best interests. I know she was only doing what would benefit her, but she said she had my best interests at heart.
have heart go out to someone - Fig. to have compassion for someone. I can't have my heart go out to everyone. To give generously to charity shows that one's heart goes out to those who are suffering.
have heart in mouth / have one's heart in one's mouth - Fig. to feel strongly emotional about someone or something. (See also one's heart is in one's mouth.) I had my heart in my mouth when I heard the national anthem.
have heart in the right place / have one's heart in the right place - Fig. to have good intentions, even if there are bad results. I don't always do what is right, but my heart is in the right place. Good old Tom. His gifts are always tacky, but his heart's in the right place.
have heart set against something - Fig. to be totally against something; to be opposed to something. Jane has her heart dead set against going to Australia. John has his heart set against going to college.
have heart set on something - Fig. to be desiring and expecting something. Jane has her heart set on going to London. Bob will be disappointed. He had his heart set on going to college this year.
have heart stand still / have one's heart stand still - Fig. an expression said when one's heart (figuratively) stops beating because one is shocked or is feeling strong emotions. I had my heart stand still once when I was overcome with joy. Lovers—at least the ones in love songs—usually say their hearts stood still.
heart and soul - Fig. the central core [of someone or something]. Now we are getting to the heart and soul of the matter. This feature is the heart and soul of my invention.
heart bleeds - if your heart bleeds for someone who is in trouble, you feel sadness and sympathy for them. Usage notes: This phrase is often used humorously to mean the opposite. (often + for ) My heart bleeds for the poor children caught up in the fighting. Brenda can't afford another diamond necklace? My heart bleeds!
heart goes out to somebody - if your heart goes out to someone who is in trouble, you feel sympathy for them Our hearts go out to the families of the victims of this terrible tragedy.
heart is in boots / somebody's heart is in their boots - if someone's heart is in their boots, they feel sad or worried His heart was in his boots as he waited for news of the accident.

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Jul. 12th, 2014 09:07 am (UTC)
heart is in mouth
heart is in the right place
heart isn't in
heart isn't in it
heart misses a beat
heart out
heart sinks
heart skips a beat
Home is where the heart is
Hope deferred makes the heart sick
in heart of hearts
It is a poor heart that never rejoices
It's're breaking my heart!
know by heart
learn by heart
let heart rule head
light purse makes a heavy heart
lose heart
lose heart to
man after my own heart
not have the heart
not have the heart to do
one's heart goes out to
one's heart is in mouth
one's heart is in the right place
one's heart is set against
one's heart is set on
one's heart misses a beat
one's heart stands still
open heart
open heart to
out of the goodness of heart
pour heart out
pour heart out to
put hand on heart
put heart and soul into
put heart into
set heart against
set heart on
sick at heart
steal heart
strike at the heart of
take heart
take into heart
take to heart
tear heart out
the hearts and minds of
to heart's content
warm the cockles of heart
way to a man's heart is through his stomach
wear heart on sleeve
What the eye doesn't see, the heart doesn't grieve over
win heart
with a heavy heart
with all heart
young at heart
Jan. 12th, 2015 06:40 pm (UTC)
Here I am, walking down the shadowy corridor to the Head teacher's office, not knowing what I have been invited for. I am slowly sauntering down the corridor, lonely with a sorrowful face staring at all of the persuasive clubs on the wall all so exiting, not knowing which to pick. I am fidgeting trying not to think but I think I have got 20/20 for my mental maths and I am being presented with a certificate and a sticker saying 'keep up the good work'. I am sweating, I feel so frightened but I have just noticed that Mr. Morgan teleported from the church to 'St Aerodrome School'. Before I was told to sit down, Mr. Morgan started to speak saying "We were informed that you have done very well in the SATs paper and you, Christopher< have got yourself an A+* for everything". I asked "Is that all?" I said.
"No", replied Mr. Morgan, " you will move up 3 levels and you will be the top table for everything."
"That is going to be challenging", I retorted.
"That's all", Mr. Morgan exclaimed.

After that, I was slowly travelling back to my classroom, punching my fist into the air until I saw Mr. Scott walking an I tucked my shirt in and slowly coughed
Jan. 12th, 2015 06:44 pm (UTC)
I am feeling so excited going back to my classroom. I have just entered it but there was no one there so I found Austin and told him "Where is everyone else?" and he told me they are in different classrooms because Mrs. Elliot is
Jan. 12th, 2015 06:44 pm (UTC)
taking her son to Univercity. We were wondering why you were not here? But I said it was
May. 14th, 2015 07:19 am (UTC)

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May. 18th, 2015 03:06 pm (UTC)
My bedroom is really tidy, as tidy as can be! But it’s not always tidy, so me, my parents and the cleaners are making sure my bedroom is tidy, and I am the one that helping them. So that’s why my bedroom is most likely to be clean. My bedroom is carrying: my toys, my bed, my clothes and a cupboard, which contains books, magazines (not all of them!), 2 medals kept in a box with match attax cards and top gear turbo attax cards. My big bedroom is so tidy that my parents say: “Well done for a tidy bedroom!” I will say that my bedroom has ‘the highest amount of toys (obviously)!
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