I think all these rules are really a good way to live
Better health, more energy, better work results, less fatigue, more joy in family and everywhere, great and constant feeling of happiness, powerful stress resistance and more, and more...
1. Daily regime that presupposes enough of sleeping hours, regular meals, proper time for work and relax. All parts of your life organically and significantly improve each other, when every of them is treated at right time and in proper manner.
2. Healthy meal. What can be beter than a well-balanced diet, that brings your body exactly what it needs. When speaking about "well-balanced" I mean a balance both between the pleasure from your favourite meals and their usefulness for your body. A proper diet is not something about limiting yourself, it is about harmony of properly selected foods especially for You.
3. Being not addicted to bad habits - including in the list of bad habits oversleeping and overeating. Your mind and body should master your habits, not vice versa. If some of your habits make good for your mind, but the same time are bad for your body - something should be revised in your lifestyle. Everything You do must bring harmoniously balanced benefits for your mind, soul and body.
4. Keeping fit, that helps you to be in a good shape, to feel more energetic after working out, to get rid of stress with the help of physical charge. Today you have a great variety of methods helping to keep fit: morning exercises, gym, swimming pool, jogging, aerobics, yogi, fitness training. Again, the right criteria to choose the proper solution from these variants for You: You should like it, both physically and mentally. If not - try something another and You will find surely. As an yogic proverb says: "Body is the very first exam for a human".
5. Good mood. It is very important to be in a good form physically and mentally - positive mood is not just good emotions. Joy and good mood are very powerful cleaning and healing energy for your mind, body and soul. That's why a real sincere joy may dramatically strengthen any curing process. And very often - to replace it fully.
Nowadays there are a lot of methods, tools, solutions, natural health remedies and therapies to help You live in a balanced healthy way of life. Try them, find the ones that are the best especially for You. Healthy way of life - is the way of love and harmony between your body, mind and soul. And the wrong way is the way of limiting some of your parts or struggle between them - this is the fastest way to illnesses.
Following healthy way of life makes you more energetic, active, gives you new emotions and wonderfully changes all aspects of your living - it guides you to the best your life scenario.
Definition: A noun is a word used to refer to people, animals, objects, substances, states, events and feelings. Nouns can be a subject or an object of a verb, can be modified by an adjective and can take an article or determiner.
Nouns also denote abstract and intangible concepts.
When the singular noun ends in: -sh, -ch, -s, -ss, -x, -o we form their plural form by adding "-es".
When the singular noun ends in "y", we change the "y" for "i" and then add "-es" to form the plural form. But do not change the "y" for "ies" to form the plural when the singular noun ends in "y" preceded by a vowel.
However, there are many Irregular Nounswhich do not form the plural in this way:
Nouns may take an " 's " ("apostrophe s") or "Genitive marker" to indicatepossession. If the noun already has an -s ending to mark the plural, then the genitive marker appears only as an apostrophe after the plural form.
The genitive marker should not be confused with the "'s" form of contracted verbs, as in John's a good student = John isa good student.
1. Speak about the main idea of the story “ A dog and three dollars ” by M. Twain
The definition of the numerals, classification, examples and the functions of numerals in a sentence.
Numerals in English is a part of speech that defines the number or the order of items.
There are simple numerals (1-12), derivative numerals (13-19) and composite numerals (for example: 21, 67, 147).
There are cardinal and ordinalnumerals in the English language.
1) Cardinal numerals show the number of certain items. They correspond to the interrogative word “How many?”
2) Ordinal numerals are used to show the order of items. They correspond to the question starting with the word “Which?”
Such words as “a hundred”, “a thousand” and “a million” are nouns, not numerals. If these words are used in a singular form, they always go with the indefinite article “a” or the numeral “one”.
Let’s give some examples:
These words are not used with the plural ending:
Still, the following words could have the plural ending:
Thus, words “a hundred”, “a thousand” and “a million” could have the plural ending, if they are followed with the “of” preposition and a noun.
3) In a sentence numbers are usually used as attributes.
4) Numerals could have any function in a sentence if they don’t have any defined words.
1. The United Kingdom is situated in the north-west coast of Europe between the Atlantic Ocean on the north-west and the North Sea on the east.
The U. K. includes Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I
Great Britain, the largest island in Europe, contains England, Scotland and Wales.
The United Kingdom has an area of 244,000 square kilometres (94,249 square miles). The capital of the country is London. English is the official language.
The population of the U. K. is nearly 60 million people. The population lives mostly in towns and cities and their suburbs. Four out of every five people live in towns. Over 46 million people live in England. Over 3 million — in Wales. A little over 5 million — in Scotland. About 1.5 million— in Northern Ireland. London's population is over 7 million people. The British nation consists of the English, the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish. There are many people of all colours and races in the United Kingdom.
The climate of Great Britain is mild. It is not too hot in summer or too cold in winter. It often rains in England. Rain falls in summer and in winter, in autumn and in spring. Snow falls only in the north and west of the country. The surface of England and Ireland is flat, but Scotland and Wales are mountainous. Many parts of the country have beautiful villages. There are many rivers in Great Britain. The main river is the Thames. Many ships and barges go up and down the river. The longest river is Severn. It is 350 kilometres long.
There are many universities, colleges libraries, museums and theatres in the country. The most famous universities are Cambridge University, Oxford University, Glasgow University.
The U. K. is a parliamentary monarchy. The British Parliament consists of two Houses: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The Prime Minister is the head of the government.
The United Kingdom has some mineral resources. Coal and oil are the most important of them. The United Kingdom i one of the world's most industrialize» countries. The main industrial centres are Sheffield, Birmingham and Manchester. The largest cities of the country are London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin.
Agriculture takes an important sector in economy of the country. The British people grow wheat, fruit, vegetables oats.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the UK) occupies most of the territory of the British Isles. It consists of four main parts: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. London is the capital of England, Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, Cardiff— of Wales and Belfast — of Northern Ireland. The UK is a small country with an area of some 244,100 square kilometres. It occupies only 0.2 per cent of the world's land surface. It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the north-west, north and south-west and separated from Europe by the North Sea in the east and by the English Channel in the south.
One will not find very high mountains or large plains in Great Britain. Everything occupies very little place. Nature, it seems, has carefully adapted things to the size of the island itself. The highest mountain is Ben Nevis in Scotland, 4,406 feet high. The longest river is the Severn in England.