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  • 1569880800 Alquin Tekst: Assassin's Creed: En-Ne

  • Recreations
    Recreatie, herschepping
  • Simulation
  • Recreation
    Recreatie, vrijetijdsbesteding
  • Leisure
    Vrije tijds-
  • At your leisure
    Op je gemak, in alle rust
  • Amusement
    Vermaak, vertier
  • Amusement park
  • Relaxation
  • Era
  • In the modern age
    In het huidige tijdperk, vandaag de dag
  • Stage
    Fase, stadium
  • Phase
    Fase, periode
  • Century
  • Employ
    Aannemen, in dienst nemen
  • Employment
  • Unemployment
  • Employ
    Gebruiken, aanwenden
  • Hired
    Aannemen, in dienst nemen
  • Hire
  • Employer
  • Employee
  • Virtual
  • Virtual reality
    Virtuele realiteit
  • Virtually
  • Actual
    Werkelijke, eigenlijke
  • Actually
  • Setting
    Omgeving, achtergrond
  • Settings
  • Scene
  • Scene of the crime
    Plaats delict
  • Behind the scenes
    Achter de schermen
  • Background
  • Surroudings
  • discovery
  • Discovered
  • Breakthrough
  • Uncovered
    Blooto=leggen, ana het licht brengen
  • Explore
    Verkennen, onderzoeken
  • Exploration
  • Examing
    Onderzoeken, uitzoeken
  • Research
    Wetenschappelijk onderzoek
  • In collaboration with
    In samenwerking met
  • Cooperate
    Samenwerken, meewerken
  • Cooperation
    Samenwerking, medewerking, hulp, steun
  • Pull together
    Samenwerken, de handen ineenslaan
  • Joint effort
    Gezamelijke inspanning
  • Extraordinary
  • Exceptional
  • Outstanding
    Uitstkend, voortreffelijke
  • Remarkable
    Opmerkelijke, opvallend
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Samenvatting - Class notes - english

  • 1506549600 1.1.4.

  • infer
    to presume or conclude information from what we read through prior knowledge and reasons rather from an explanation form the author.
  • 1506636000 the mosts dangerous game questions 1-25

  • 1-what was the name of the island that general Zarrof lives?
    ship trap island
  • 2-what is the name of the store which Rainsford and Whitney are getting their new hunting riffles?
  • 3-they were on their way to rio.when they got there where were they planning to hunt?
    the amazon
  • 4-Whitney thought that sailors had an extra sense that told them what?
    when they are in danger
  • 5-after Rainsford fell off the boat he ran towards what noise?
  • 6-Rainsford said"where there are gunshots,there must be___"
  • 7-when he first got to the island,rainford picked up an empty bullet cartridge.waht kind of bullet was it?
  • 8-rainsford saw the ligths and made his way to the did he get the attention of those inside?
    by using the leering gargoyle that was hanging on the door.
  • 9-the man who awnsered the door was huge.wha was he holding?
    a gun
  • 10-what is rainsford first name?
  • 11-where is rainsford from?
    new york
  • 12-the dining room had a certain decor.what was the style?
  • 13-general zaroff said that tGod made some men kings, poets, and some beggars.what did zaroff think that God made him?
    a hunter
  • 14-where was general zaroff from?
  • 15-about what subject does the general never joke?
  • 16-what animal did general say could reason?
  • 17-what did Rainsford think was a grisly joke?
    that the general would kill people.
  • 18- of Providence, or God, did not send a ship to the island what did the general do?
    he had rocks that he can electronically put up to sink the boats.
  • 19-of what fabric were rainsford pajamas made?
  • 20-rainsford told zaroff he did not want to hunt with him.what would happen if he refused?
    he would be tortured by the giant.
  • 21- how many hours did rainsford make his way through the bush.
    many hours?
  • 22- after the general found Rainford, smiled, then walked away, what did he figure out that he was doing?
    playing with him.
  • 23-what did rainsford say he would not lose?
    his nerve
  • 24-when the baying of the hounds drew nearer, rainsford made a run for it.he attached his knife to a sapling.who did the knife kill?
    the giant ivan
  • 25-who had never slept in a more wonderful bed.
    rainsford, cause he won.
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Macduff was from his mother’s wombUntimely ripped

Macduff to Macbeth
Ceasarean section. So no woman gave birth to Macduff
As I did stand my watch upon the hillI looked toward Birnam, and anon me thoughtThe wood began to move

Messenger to Macbeth
Out, out, brief candle!
Macbeth to Seyton

We are only shadows which will disappear when that candle-flame goes out. Macbeth is wishing that his own personal candle-flame would blow out because he is tired of existence. He is utterly dejected. He sees how futile his own aspirations and expectations were, and by inference he sees the futility of everybody's aspirations and expectations.
Out damned spot! Out I say!
Lady Macbeth
Here’s the smell of blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.
Lady Macbeth whil sleepwalking to Gentlewoman and Doctor
But I must also feel it as a man

Macduff to Malcolm and Ross
When he learns his wife and children were murdered (Ross)
I think our country sinks beneath the yoke;It weeps, it bleeds, and each new day a gashIs added to her wounds

Malcolm to Macduff in England
I think our country sinks beneath the yoke. It weeps, it bleeds, ans each new day, another gash is added to her wounds
From this momentThe very firstlings of my heart shall beThe firstlings of my hand

Macbeth to three witches
From this moment the very first wishes of my heart shall be the first actions of my hand

Encrouraged by the apparations
Be bloody, bold and resolute; laugh to scornThe pow’r of man, for none of woman bornShall harm Macbeth

Second apparition
Be bloody, bold and resolute; laugh to scorn the power of man, for no one given birth to by a woman shall harm Macbeth

After the first apparition tells Macbeth to beware of Macduff, an apparition of a bloody child appears. Which tells Macbeth to be violent, bold, and resolute. It then tells Macbeth to laugh and scorn the power of man because nobody born from a woman will ever harm him. This second apparition is significant because it gives Macbeth a false sense of security and encourages his tyrannical behavior.
Double, double, toil and troubleFire burn and cauldron bubble
The witches