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What is a hypebeast?

What is a hypebeast? According to urbandictionary.com a hypeast is: - "A person who follows a trend to be cool or in style. A person who wears what is hyped up." - "A Hype Beast is a person that collect clothing, shoes, and accessories for the sole purpose of...

CLIMATE CHANGE VERSUS GLOBAL WARMING Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, forests are dying, and wildlife is scrambling to keep pace. It has become clear that humans have caused most of the past century's warming by releasing heat-trapping gases as we power...

Textbooks, a thing of the past?

  Textbooks, a thing of the past. Technology is being a game changing during the past decade, every day new devices and technological advances come up. Even schools are starting to realize that the textbook might be a thing from the past. Apple is working with...

San Fermines in Saudi Arabia

San Fermines in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is ready to become an entertainment and tourism world spot. To make this happen they presented a full activities plan, among these activities there is a special place for a bull running event very similar to the one that goes...

Animal trafficking

"Wildlife crime is a big business. Run by dangerous international networks, wildlife and animal parts are trafficked much like illegal drugs and arms. By its very nature, it is almost impossible to obtain reliable figures for the value of illegal wildlife trade....

What is Alexa

What's Alexa? It’s a wireless speaker, but capable of much more. Using just the sound of your voice, you can play music, search the Web, create to-do and shopping lists, shop online, get instant weather reports, and control popular smart-home products. There’s no...

Tradiciones navideñas típicas en España I

Tradiciones navideñas típicas en España I   ¡Se acerca la Navidad y en España nos preparamos para celebrar las fiestas! A mediados del mes de noviembre ya se encienden las luces de Navidad en los pueblos y ciudades de España. Comienzan las Tradiciones navideñas...

Tricky relative pronouns

Tricky relative pronouns "Which," "whom," and "whose" are relative pronouns that sometimes cause confusion. Tricky relative pronouns "Which" often introduces a clause describing an object, animal, or place. My cell phone, which I bought yesterday, is lost. "Which" can...

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