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ONE. The most common mistakes primary school students make in Australia











TWO. Change the words in brackets to mean more than one and write the new sentence.

1.The silver (fairy) flew high in the (sky).

2. The (monkey) in the zoo climbed many (tree).

3. The (bush) changed colour in summer.

4. The (farmer) went to the market to buy more (hen).

5. The (baker) sold (pie) to the (girl) and (boy).

THREE. Adding ”ing”

mop, ride, bite, swim, think, clap, shake, spring, stop, sing, give, score, spring, hire, apply, cry, create.  

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😉 A construction site boss was interviewing people for a job, when along came an Italian.

I’m not hiring any Italians, the foreman thought to himself, so he made up a test to avoid hiring the Italian without getting into an argument.

‘Here’s your first question, ‘ the foreman said. ‘Without using numbers, represent the number 9.’

‘Without numbers?’ the Italian says. ‘Dat is easy’, and proceeds to draw three trees.

‘What’s this?’ the boss asks.

 ‘Ave you got no brain? Tree and tree and tree make nine,’ says the Italian.

‘Fair enough,’ says the boss. ‘Here is your second question. Use the same rules, but this time the number is 99.’

The Italian stare into space for a while, then picks up the picture that he has just drawn and makes a smudge on each tree. ‘Ere you go.’

The boss scratches his head and says, ‘How on earth do you get that to represent 99?’

‘Each of da trees is dirty now! So it’s dirty tree, and dirty tree, and dirty tree. Dat is 99.’

The boss is getting worried he’s going to have to hire this Italian, so he says, ‘All right, last question. Sam rules again, but represent the number 100.’

The Italian stares into space some more, then he picks up the picture again and makes a little mark at the base of each tree, and says, ‘Ere you go, 100.’

The boss looks at the attempt, and says ‘You must be nuts if you think that represents a hundred.’

The Italian leans forward and points to the marks at the base of each tree, and says, ‘A little dog come along and crap by each tree. So now you got dirty tree and a turd, dirty tree and a turd, and dirty tree and a turd, which make 100. So when I start?’

😉 Charlie was a Chinese shop-keeper who used to pass Nick the Greek’s shop every Friday to do his banking.

As he passed by, Nick and his friends call out, ‘What day is it Charlie?’

Charlie would reply ‘It’s FLIDAY.’

This would cause much laughter among Nick and his mates. Poor old Charlie got fed up with this so he took speech lessons to fix the problem.

Then one Friday as he passed Nick’s shop and they called out, ‘What day is it Charlie?’

He replied in the most eloquent and perfect English, ‘Today is most certainly FRIDAY…You GLEEK PLICKS!’ 

😉 California (car lee four near)

The New Californian Governor has just announced an agreement whereby English will be the official language of the state, rather than German which was the other possibility.

As part of the negotiation, The Terminator’s Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a 5-year phase-in plan that would become known as ‘Austro-English’ (or, if nobody will be offended, “Austrionics”).

In the first year, ‘s’ will replace the soft ‘c’. (Sertainly, this will make the sivil servants jump with joy.) The hard ‘c’ will be dropped in favour of the ‘k’. (This should klear up confusion, and keyboards kan have one less letter.)

There will be growing public enthusiasm in the second year when the troublesome ‘ph’ will be replaced with the ‘f’. (This will make words like fotograf 20% shorter.)

In the 3rd year, public akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expected to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible.

Governments will encourage the removal of double letters, which have always ben a deterent to akurate speling. Also, al wil agre that the horibl mes of the silent ‘e’ in the language is disgrasful and should go away.

By the 4th yer peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing ‘the’ with ‘’z’ and ‘w’ with ‘v’.

During ze fifz yer, ze unesesary ‘o’ kan be dropd from vords containing ‘ou’ and after ziz fifz yer, ve vil hav a reil sensible riten styl.

Zer vil be no mor trubl or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi to understand ech oza. Zed rem of a united urop vil finali kum tru.

🙂 According to inside contacts, the Japanese banking crisis shows on signs of stopping. Following last week’s news that Origami Bank had folded, we are hearing that Sumo Banks has gone belly up and Bonsai Bank plans to cut back some of its branches.

Karaoke Bank is up for sale and is (you guessed it!) going for a song.

Meanwhile, shares in Kamikaze Bank have nose-dived and 500 back-office staff at Karate Bank got the chop.

Analysts report that there is something fishy going on at Sushi Bank and staff fear they may get a raw deal.

🙂 A language instructor was explaining to her class that in French, nouns, unlike their English counterparts, are grammatically designed as masculine or feminine.

‘House,’ in French, is – ‘la maison’.

‘Pencil,’ in French, is – ‘le crayon’.

One puzzled student asked, ‘What gender is computer?’

The teacher did not know, and the word wasn’t in her French dictionary. So for fun she split the class into two groups appropriately enough, by gender, and asked them to decide whether computer should be a masculine or feminine noun. Both groups were required to give four reasons for their recommendation.

The men’s group decided that computers should definitely be of the feminine gender (la computer), because:

1.      No one but their creator understands their internal logic,

2.      The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else,

3.      Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long-term memory for possible later retrieval, and

4.      As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your pay on accessories for it.

The women’s group, however, concluded that computers should be masculine (le computer), because:

1.      In order to do anything with them, you have to turn them on,

2.      They have a lot of data but still can’t think for themselves,

3.      They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time they are the problem, and

4.      As soon as you commit to one, you realise that if you’d waited a little longer, you could have gotten a better model.

The women WON.

Source:  Koch, D. (2005). Koche’s best jokes. Wilkinson Publishing Ltd. Sydney.

Social network, acronym language.

I have joined Facebook last year. Soon after, this conversation followed:

                   17 y.o daughter: OMG, FB is so yesterday!

                   Me: What is today then?

                   17 y.o daugher: TWITTER, oldie.

Then I tried a twitter thing to keep up with a trend and gave up. Reasons were:

1. Too many messages, takes too much time.

2. A half of the time, I don’t understand what other person’s talking about.

3. The most of the day, I would be attached to my Blackberry which is outragiously expensive. I rather buy a software than having an expensive gadget. In Australia, for the price of NOKIA’ or Blackberry’s latest model you could buy a decent laptop.

4. What is the point following people, who use the technology to do own PR?

When I open my YM in the mornings, offlines like: ”Someone is TERMINALLY ill, needs $, please forward to your friends on the list” or ”If you DON’T forward it within next two hours to at least FIVE people, something BAD is going to happen to YOU”. Or my favourite: UM MANY bla bla bla, if you REPEAT it 25 TIMES, you are going to live till 100 y.o.  For your record: I don’t know Tibetan and have never learned it.

Many Flinders’ School of Education lecturers have been involved in a longitudinal research project Kids Matter. The research findings suggest cyber bullying has an increasing effect on childrens wellbeing.  (Refer to http://caef.flinders.edu.au/kidsmatter/p/index.html for more details). Dr. Larry Owen, a world class educational psychologist, argues that a downstream of development and technology is mental health as wide exposure to information exhausts fragile minds. 

Cyber language is another story.  I read somewhere a New York school girl’s essay about her summer vacation. It consisted of 160 characters! and used abbreviation wildly. My daughter sends me texts that KGB officers would envy.  How about ”OMG, what a CWOT, it made me LOL”? Longman, Oxford, Webster dictionaries togehter won’t help you here to decode it.

Social researcher, Mark McCrindle said while only a few years ago there was a distinct difference between the type of language used in emails and online chat and that coming out of the mouths of teenagers, the two now blurred together. He argues reasons for it are firstly, youth have always used language as a code, a way to exclude others, and it’s even more like that now. Secondly, technology has influence on how we express ourselves in writing. It’s simply easier to write things in a shorter way and now that’s spreading to the way we speak  (The Advertiser, 2010, p.36). Apparently, it is not only youngsters but also adults are not immune from the trend. LOL and BTW are the most used acronyms for common people.  Terms like LOL were used to illustrate the tone of a message; something meant to be a joke or taken light-heartedly.

My favourite Sex and the City is known for SATC. Some, such as the Global Financial Crisis, or GFC, and GST-goods and services tax-are commonly used.

Following codes come from ”Speaking in Riddles or the Voice of a New Generation” by McCrindle.

CWOT- Complete waste of time (Freighting?)

LOL-Laugh out loudly

IRL-In real life

TTYL-Talk to you later

OJ-Only joking

ROFL-Roll on floor laughing

BRB-Be right back

BTW-By the way

ATM-At the moment (banking?)

ETA-Estimated time of arrival (airline websites?)

IDC-I don’t care

POS-Parents over shoulder

TGIF-Thank God it’s Friday

FWIW-For what it’s worth

GFETE-Grinning from ear to ear

FCOL-For crying out loud

LTM-Laugh to myself

MYOB-Mind your own business (There is accounting software for that)

OMG-Oh my God

PS: TQ for Yr att’, I’m off 2 Xmas BBQ.

😉 Alimaa


‘The Party Thieves’ by Barrie Cassidy

Dedicated to BUBU.

Read the book, like it. Well described behind the scene politics, internal and external.


Kevin Rudd, a former PM, a current Minister for Foreign Affairs

Julia Gillard, a current PM, and who challenged K.Rudd and overturned him.

ALP-Australian Liberal Party

Book review: The Party Thieves by Barry Cassidy.

The Party Thieves, while strangely named, is a thorough reporting by Barrie Cassidy of the replacement of Kevin Rudd as the Prime Minister by the parliamentary wing of the ALP, the first days of Julia Gillard’s Prime Ministership and the 2010 election campaign up until the decision of September 7 that made Gillard Prime Minister in a minority government.

The book dives right into the detail. It’s a great book for someone who wasn’t in Australia at the time. It’ll be a great reference for future generations of students of political science and journalism. The people who lived through it probably won’t want to relive it, although the political “tragics” will find this book nourishing.

The book begins looking into the recent history of the federal parliamentary party and its leadership: with Mark Latham and Rudd’s campaign for the leadership. That Gillard had the numbers to replace Beazley with Rudd is an eye opener for me. Gillard didn’t simply have the ability. She also had the numbers. Rudd was the bridegroom, one that, unfortunately, disappointed the parliamentary party as well as the citizens of Australia.

Cont: http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=11342

Wikileaks-ийн эргэн тойронд

Өөр нэгэн Вики анягийн талаар манай хэвлэлээр өнөөдөр хангалттай гарчээ.

www.wikileaks.org сайтын мэдээнүүд дэлхий дахинд шуугиан тарьж буй бөгөөд уг сайтын удирдагч Ассанж улсын нууц задруулсан эсэх талаар хэрэг үүсгэн тус улсын Холбооны цагдаагийн газар шалгаж байгааг Австралийн Ерөнхий прокурор Роберт МакКлиланд мэдэгдлээ (The Advertiser, 2010.11.20. p.5).

Үг сүлжээгээр цацагдсан нууцын зэрэглэлтэй материалд Америкууд бусдыг хэрхэн дүгнэдэг талаар “инээдтэй” тодорхойлолтууд байх юм.

Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi: “Feckless, vain and ineffective as a modern European leader”. He is a ”physically and politically weak leader”.

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi: is ‘strange’

French President Nicola Sarcozy: ”Has a thin-skinned and authoritarian personal style and is an emperor with no cloths”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: ”Like Hitler”.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il:’flabby old chap’ suffering ‘physical and psychological trauma”

International Education Exhibition-2010 Mongolia

tur post weekend hurtel, tnx.

International Education Exhibition-2010 Mongolia

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Олон улсын боловсролын үзэсгэлэн яармаг 2010 арга хэмжээ Энэ сарын 30,31 нд  Чингис хаан зочид буудалд болох тул хүрэлцэн ирэхийг урьж байна.Та гадаадад суралцах талаарх өөрийн хүссэн мэдээллийг эндээс олж авах боломжтой. Дэлгэрэнгүй мэдээллийг http://gegeen.com/?p=11857 эндээс авна уу. Цааш нь тарааж тусална уу. Баярлалаа (just copy and forward by Yahoo messenger. TQ)

Event: International Education Exhibition-2010 Mongolia
Where: Chingis Khaan hotel
When: 2010.10.30-31, 11:00-18:00
Flyer Edu Expo : http://gegeen.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/eduexpo2010gegeen.jpg
Flyer GEGEEN: http://gegeen.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/flyergegeen.jpg


Татвар төлөх нь яалт ч байхгүй ҮНЭН.

Австрали Улсын санхүүгийн шинэ жил эхэлж, татвараа бодох, манайхны хувьд бол буцааж авах ажил эхэлж байна даа. Юуны төлөө хэд хоног татварын тооцоо бодлоо, өөрийнхийгөө ёстой хэмх хөнгөлөөд дор нь бодоод гаргаад ирнэ гэсэн чинь бас нилээд бичиг цаас, бэлтгэл хэрэгтэй юм байнаа. “Энэ баян улс миний мөнгөөр дутав гэж” гээд үзэж тарсан чинь яалт ч байхгүй төлөх юмнууд байнаа. Гэхдээ хөнгөлөлт эдлэх заалтууд нь учрыг нь ойлгочихвол боломжийн юм гээч хөөе. Монголд хэдэн онд ч билээ орон сууцны бил үү, оюутны төлбөрийн ч билүү хөнгөлөлт эдлэх гэж үнэн их явдал чирэгдэл болж, байсны хажууд ойлгомжтой, хялбар юм.

PAYG буюу pay as you go.
Withholding declaration

За энэ бол 2 долоо хоногт нэг удаа бодогдох цалингаас чинь шууд суутгаад авчихдаг татвар. Жилийн эцэст нийт дүнг бодсон хуудас тухайн санхүүгийн жил ажиллаж байсан (cash ажил хийж буй хүмүүст хамаарахгүй) бүх газраас таны гэрийн хаягаар ирдэг. Хэрэв хаягаа өөрчилсөн бол хуучин ажлын газрынхаа хүний нөөц, эсхүл санхүү рүү утасдахад таньд энэ баримтыг гаргаж өгөх ёстой. (дэлгэрэнгүй…)

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