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Studying NOUNS, practice 1 [example / model post for Beginner learners] #4B


I'm studying nouns.

A noun can be a person.

"My name is Jen."  (Jen is a noun.)


A noun can be a place.

"Jen lives on an island."  ("island" is a noun)…


Added by Holly Dilatush on March 29, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Daily intentionals

Hello LEWWWPers,

Some of you may have heard me speak about my 'daily intentionals', beads, and stones.  

I wrote of them here, and mentioned then that I would try to add a post sharing more info.

I thought I had done so, but am not able…


Added by Holly Dilatush on March 28, 2015 at 10:07pm — 1 Comment

Coffee Dregs

Recently, while staring at my dirty coffee cup, I saw this:

Do you see the…


Added by Michael on March 22, 2015 at 1:00pm — 13 Comments


  Ayurveda is an alternative medicine that originated in India. It can be a massage, diet, treatment using some herbs, yoga...It focuses on creating a delicate balance between the mind, the body and the spirit. The assumption this alternative medicine is based on is that everything in the universe is connected. Thus, to be healthy, a person should have a harmony between his mind, body, spirit and the universe. It is believed also that a person is made of a combination of five elements found…


Added by Karim Zerwel on March 21, 2015 at 8:32pm — 12 Comments

Shopping for Fruit & Vegetables


Added by Leyla gül Eroğlu on March 17, 2015 at 11:32am — 26 Comments

LEWWWPer's Quotes :)


 I like quotes and its logical or illogical perspectives. 

Sometimes, quotes touch our hearts and sometimes it doesn't affect on our…


Added by Zhra on March 12, 2015 at 11:00am — 31 Comments

I Am Sorry; I have A Puzzle In Mind!

She is a baby… she is a girl… she is a maiden… she is a mother… she is a grand mom…  

Today is the International Women’s Day, so people, mainly women, celebrate it worldwide. It is a good practice, and I agree with the concept; however, I don’t agree with it totally because I have a question in…


Added by Bimal on March 8, 2015 at 5:30am — 3 Comments

Green leopards

August, 2014

Green Leopards

The plot is based on the novel “Зеленчатые леопарды” by Victor Dragunskiy.  

Alice, Igor and Oleg were playing on the playground. They wanted to make a space port from sand to launch a toy rocket. While they were busy with this interesting game, Kostya, pale and lean, came up to the sandbox.

“Join us, Kostya!” said Oleg gladly.

“Okay, I will.…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:35am — 3 Comments

Be responsible!

September, 2014

Be Responsible!

When I was thirteen years old, my Russian literature teacher asked me to create a wall newspaper for our class. For this purpose, she gave me a glue bottle and a plastic stick for that glue. I don’t know why but I thought that the stick was unimportant and threw it into a garbage can as soon as I went out from the school building. In the evening I created an amazing wall newspaper and brought it to my teacher the next…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments

My five-day trip to Great Britain

October, 2014

This story was checked by Teacher Lee

My Five-Day Trip to Great Britain

Great Britain greeted my two friends and me like the glossy cover of a fashionable magazine. I thought that advertisement on the British dairy products that I saw in Russian shops was a creation of computer designers, but I was mistaken; it reflected truth. I saw cute streets with low fences…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:28am — 2 Comments

An incident in the forest

An Incident in The Forest


This story is real. It happened with me when I was 12 years old. I was a member of a swim team, which was financed by our government because we were a hope of our country. I attended the sport school every day after my public school. We participated in many training sessions and competitions.


Olga, a 12-year-old, was a professional swimmer. At a casual…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:07am — No Comments

Peter and Fevronia

November, 2014

Peter and Fevronia

This story was edited by Teacher Lee.

Long long ago, in the first half of the 13th century, the grand duke David governed the city Murom. David suffered from an awful disease called “leprosy”. Nobody could cure him because in those days people did not know the etiology of this illness. The microbes that cause leprosy, namely Micobacterium leprae and Mycobacterium lepromatosis, were discovered only in the…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:05am — No Comments

What I know about Lady Hamilton

December, 2014

The story was edited by Teacher Lee

What I Know About Lady Hamilton.

Faces flash in my mind. One after another, one after another…Today I would like to tell you about Lady Hamilton. I have read many articles about her, and here I present what I have learned.

Amy Lyon (aka Emma Hamilton) was born in England on May 12, 1765. She was a blacksmith’s daughter. Her father died when she was only…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments

Do you believe in superstitions?

November, 2014

Do You Believe in Superstitions?

Both illiterate people and people with a higher education often believe in superstitions. In Russia 80% of the population believe that if a black cat crosses a person’s path, it is a bad sign. When I was a child, I would always spit over my shoulder, turn my body around counterclockwise, and whisper a prayer before taking a step across the line where the black cat ran. I stopped doing so when I…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 8:59am — No Comments

My experience with languages

September, 2014

My Experience With Languages

Do you think it is easy to learn a mother language? I remember how I struggled with sounds when I was 5 years old. I couldn’t articulate ‘r’ and ‘ʃ’ at all. My relative would patiently force me to repeat the same poem “Ya poshyu shtanishki Mishke..”, which means “I will sew small panties for my little bear.” I would try and try to articulate ‘ʃ’ in this poem. It was so hard that tears would fill my eyes many times.…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 8:57am — 3 Comments


September, 2014


I wrote a short story about my friend Julie. Teacher Lee helped me improve it in his writing group. So, here I show my final result. 

I would like to tell you a story about my bosom friend Julie. I met her when she was 13 years old. At that time, I had changed schools because I wanted to be a doctor, but my old school was just a common public school. The new school, on the other hand, was…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 8:53am — No Comments

Cyprus. Chapter 12. Salamis


On the last day of our stay on Cyprus, we visited the ancient city Salamis. It is situated at the distance of about 9 kilometers from Famagusta. People believe that the city was founded in the 11th century BC. It was abandoned in 648 AD because of repeated earthquakes and Arab pirates’ raids. The inhabitants of Salamis were forced to move to Famagusta, the nearest town. The founder of the city Salamis was Tefkros, the Trojan War hero. His father King Telamon…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Cyprus. Chapter 11. Kantara castle

Kantara Castle

On the next day, we drove to the Kantara castle. The serpentine road ran up to the summit of the mountain. Our ears were blocked because of height. Flocks of sheep and goats strolled in the opposite to our way direction along the same road, and we often stopped to let them pass. The landscape was profoundly beautiful! The name "Kantara" in Arabic means a bridge or an arch. This name was given to the castle because people could observe the northern and…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 7:43am — No Comments

Cyprus. Chapter 10. Apostle Andrew's monastery

Apostle Andrew's Monastery

On the following day, we went to Apostle Andrew’s Monastery. It is situated almost at the end of the Karpaz peninsula. We were driving across the country, admiring charming nature. We saw a rural landscape around there. The houses were generally two-storied. We often met people who pastured cattle: flocks of sheep, goats, and cows. We drove across the Karpas Peninsula National Park, where mostly donkeys lived.

Here you can read about…


Added by Irina on March 4, 2015 at 6:00am — 3 Comments

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