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The Beatles were an English rock band, formed in Liverpool in 1960, and one of the most commercially successful

and critically acclaimed acts in the history of popular music.the group consisted of ohn Lennon, !aul "c#artney , $eorge %arrison and &ingo 'tarr .(he )eatles achieved mainstream success in the *nited +ingdom in late 196, with their first single, -Love "e .o-./n 1960, 1ueen Eli2abeth // appointed the four )eatles "embers of the 3rder of the )ritish Empire .(he )eatles have received 4 $rammy 5wards and 10 /vor 6ovello 5wards.(hey have been awarded 6 .iamond albums, as well as ,7 "ulti8!latinum albums, 99 !latinum albums and 70 $old albums in the *nited 'tates, while in the *+ they have 7 "ulti8!latinum albums, 7 !latinum albums, : $old albums and 1 'ilver album.5fter all this underfull suceess (he beatles broked8up in 1940.Each then found success in an idependent musical career. (he United States Declaration of Independence is a statement adopted by the #ontinental #ongress 'econd #ontinental #ongress on uly 7, 1446, which announced that the thirteen 5merican colonies then at war with $reat )ritain were now independent states, and thus no longer a part of the )ritish Empire. ;ritten primarily by (homas efferson , the .eclaration is a formal e<planation of why #ongress had voted on uly , to declare independence from $reat )ritain, more than a year after the outbreak of the 5merican &evolutionary ;ar. (he birthday of the *nited 'tates of 5merica=/ndependence .ay=is celebrated on uly 7, the day the wording of the .eclaration was approved by #ongress., and by asserting certain natural rights, including a right of revolution (he famous wording of the .eclaration has often been invoked to protect the rights of individuals /ndividual rights and marginali2ed groups, and has come to represent for many people a moral standard for which the *nited 'tates should strive. (his view greatly influenced 5braham Lincoln, who considered the .eclaration to be the foundation of his political philosophy, and who promoted the idea that the .eclaration is a statement of principles through which the *nited 'tates #onstitution should be interpreted. Higher education in the United States refers to a variety of institutions of higher education in the *nited 'tates. 'trong research and funding have helped make 5merican colleges and universities among the world>s most prestigious, which is particularly attractive to international students, professors and researchers in the pursuit of academic e<cellence.(here are tow kind of colleges and universities? public and privite. (he average course is four years.'tudents choose a ma@or sub@ect and take many courses in this sub@ect.5fter four years of study students get the degrees of )achelor.(hen he students may go on studying and with a year os two of further study get a still higher degree of .octor. 'tudents are classified as freshman A1 year studentsB, sophomores A, year studentsB and @uniors A9 year studentsB. 5fter having graduated the senior clasees college students continue studying at a university . 5 college prepares the student for two things ? either graduate study leading to masterCs or doctorCs degree or a @ob immediately after graduation. I've read several books by American riters! (he first 5merican writer who came my way was ack London whose stories struck me by unusual situations and the courage of his heroes. 5 also admire the humour of "ark (wain. />ve read some of his stories and ,of course, D(he 5dventures of (om 'awyer and %uckleberry EinnF. )ut my favourite 5merican writer is Ernest %emingway. ;hen / read his biography / was impressed by his personality. %e was born in 1:99 in 3ak !ark, /llinois. %e began his career as a brave war correspondent during ;orld ;ar /. (he scope of his interests was incredibly wide.%is war e<perience and adventurous life provided the background for many of his short stories and novels. %e achieved success with D 5 Earewell to 5rmsF, the story of a love affair between an 5merican lieutenant and an English nurse during

;orld ;ar /.%emingway is famous for his simple style, which has been widely imitated but never achieved by other writers. %is heroes show courage in the face of danger, the feature which %emingway admired grealty and which he himself possessed. "reat Britain is reach in #rominent $igures. 'ir /saac 6ewton was born on 7 anuary 1679 at ;oolsthorpe "anor in ;oolsthorpe8by8#olsterworth, a hamlet in the county of Lincolnshire. 6ewton was educated at (he +ing>s 'chool, $ranthamand after this in (rinity #ollege, #ambridge. %e was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, and theologian. %is !hilosophiG 6aturalis !rincipia "athematica published in 16:4, is one of the most important scientific books ever written. /t lays the groundwork for most of classical mechanics. /n this work, 6ewton described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion. 6ewton built the first practical reflecting telescopeand developed a theory of colour based on the observation that a prism decomposes white light into the many colours that form the visible spectrum. %e also formulated an empirical law of cooling and studied the speed of sound./n mathematics, 6ewton shares the credit with $ottfried Leibni2 for the development of differential and integral calculus. %e also demonstrated the generalised binomial theorem, developed 6ewton>s method for appro<imating the roots of a function, and contributed to the study of power series.6ewton is considered by many scholars and members of the general public to be one of the most influential people in human history. Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes.(ourism has become a popular global leisure activity. /n ,00:, there were over 9,, million international tourist arrivals, with a growth of 1.9H as compared to ,004. /nternational tourism receipts grew to *'I977 billion in ,00:, corresponding to an increase in real terms of 1.:H.(ourism is vital for many countries, such as Egypt, $reece, Lebanon, 'pain, "alaysia and (hailand, and many island nations, such as (he )ahamas, Ei@i, "aldives, !hilippines and the 'eychelles, due to the large intake of money for businesses with their goods and services and the opportunity for employment in the service industries associated with tourism. /n &epublic of "oldova volunteer is not so developed like in other countries like *'5, *+, )elgium, 'pain etc, but we are in the right path. %ere we have different organi2ations like D#rucea rosieF, D/domF, D5sociatia 6ationala al 'cautilorF,F#onsiliul 6aJional al (ineretului din "oldova,F5/E'E#F. /dom means /nstitute for human rightes, is an independent, non8profit organi2ation, aimed at defending human rights, founded in ,004 by a group of lawyers, human rights defenders. /.3" ma@or goal is to help educate, promote and defend the rights and freedoms under domestic and international law. (hey have different activities such as monitoring of various state institutions to detect and eliminate abuse of human rights practicesK legal advice on human rightsK analysis of legal frameworkK strategic litigation Anational and international courts 8 the European #ourt of %uman &ights, *6 committees and othersBK public policy analysisK human rights educationK lobby. (hey have different pro@ects such as ? &educing the impact of %/L infection in the &epublic of "oldova Kadvocacy for human rights in psychiatric institutions in "oldovaK !romoting &espect for %uman &ights in !risonsK !roviding access to voting person -held- in psychiatric institutions of "oldova.K #heck monitoring of voter lists for early electionsK !rotection of %/L M 5/.' in "oldova K !romoting respect for privacy and nondiscrimination among in@ecting drug users on %/L M 5/.' treatment and support to "oldova. /.3" is a marked association in promoting respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. ;e have different wonders , but we donCt see them. 6ow we have a new onder list , but it contains modern wondersN Eor e<emple? %mpire State Building& finished in 1991, it towers 1,,00 ft over 6ew Oork #ity. 'ith office suites to suit almost any firm or organi(ation& the building's moderni(ation program has made it a rare find indeed for those lucky enough to occupy it! /taipu .am )hydroelectric po er plant is the

largest development of its kind in operation in the orld! Built from *+,- to *++*& in a binational development on the #arana .iver& Itaipu represents the efforts and accomplishments of t o neighboring countries& Bra(il and #araguay! !anama #anal8 it took 97 years to create this 008mile8long canal across the /sthmus of !anama. (he amount of digging rePuired and the si2e of its locks helped make it the most e<pensive pro@ect in 5merican history at that time=and the most deadly? 5bout :0,000 people died Amost from diseaseB during construction of the !anama #anal. $olden $ate )ridge is acclaimed as one of the world>s most beautiful bridges and with its tremendous towers, sweeping main cables and great span, it is a sensory beauty featuring color, sound, and light.

/f / will have the occasion to write an article about /oldova in a well known English newspaper / will write about the cultural heritage that is abundant with traditions and customs of my country. / will describe how we celebrate #hristmas or Easter with our hole family N %ow delicious is our tradiotional food and with how special warmth we receive every guestN / will trie to introduce them in our world of farytale , in our beautiful green #odri that are splendids and mysterious in every season./ will describe our simply and laborious population, that are always with the smile on the faceN / will trie to describe our country of all the sides, because "oldova is a heartful country , he smells of history, breath dreams and e<pire reality. Our nation is full of historical figures, but I admire a lot two biggest figures they are Stephen III of Moldavia or Stephen the Great he was Prince of Moldavia between 1457 and 15 4 and the most prominent representative of the House of /usat. .uring his reign, he strengthened "oldavia and maintained its independence against the ambitions of Hungary, #oland, and the 0ttoman %mpire, which all sought to subdue the land. 'tephen achieved fame in %urope for his long resistance against the 3ttomans. %e was victorious in 76 of his 7: battles, and was one of the first to gain a decisive victory over the 3ttomans at the Battle of 1aslui, after which #ope Si2tus I1 deemed him verus christianae fidei athleta Atrue !ha"pion of !hristian #aithB. %e was a man of religion and displayed his piety when he paid the debt of /ount Athos to the #orte, ensuring the continuity of 5thos as an autonomous monastical community. Other figure is $i"itrie !ante"irwas twice Prince of Moldavia% &e was also a prolific man of letters ' philosopher, historian, composer, musicologist, linguist, ethnographer, and geographer.%is education began at home, where he learned "reek and 3atin and acPuired a profound knowledge of the classics./n 1699, he succeeded his father as !rince of /oldavia Q in name only. /n 1417 #antemir became a member of the .oyal Academy of Berlin. )etween 1411 and 1419 he wrote his most important creations. !ante"ir was (nown as one of the greatest linguists of his ti"e, spea(ing and writing eleven languages, and being well versed in Oriental scholarship% &is oeuvre is volu"inous, different, and original) although so"e of his scientific writings contain unconfir"ed theories and inaccuracies, his e<pertise, sagacity, and groundbreaking researches are widely acknowledged.*he best (nown is his History of the Growth and Decay of the Ottoman Empire% *his volu"e circulated throughout Europe in manuscript for a nu"ber of years% In 1714, at the re+uest of the ,oyal -cade"y in .erlin, !ante"ir wrote the first geographical, ethnographical and econo"ic description of Moldavia, Descriptio Moldaviae% -round the sa"e ti"e he prepared a "anuscript "ap of Moldavia, the first real "ap of the country% It contained a lot of geographical detail as well as ad"inistrative infor"ation%

The %nglish)Speaking Union 4%SU5 is an international educational charity which was founded by the @ournalist Evelyn ;rench in 191:. (he E'* aims to promote -global understanding through the shared use of the English language. ;ith almost 70 branches in the *nited +ingdom and over 00 international branches in countries around the world, the E'* promotes a variety of activities such as debating, public speaking and student e<change programmes, runs conferences and seminars, and offers scholarships, to encourage the effective use of the English language around the globe.(he mission statement of the English8'peaking *nion Aas stated on its websiteB is to?!rovide a forum for international friendship through the support of the worldwide network of E'*s and the provision of secretariat facilities for the /nternational #ouncil at the E'*>s headPuarters at .artmouth %ouse, LondonKEacilitate and assist the establishment and recognition of E'*s worldwideKEocus on key current affairs issues through regular international conferences, seminars and taff and voluntary helpersK;ork in close and innovative partnership with its corporate members and sponsors.