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    Victor Frankenstein: Life Is Beautiful

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    Victor Frankenstein: Life Is Beautiful
    Victor Frankenstein: Life Is Beautiful

    Difficulty level: Intermediate

    Victor Frankenstein: Life Is Beautiful

    In this scene from the latest film to be based on Mary Shelley‘s 1818 book about a scientist who wants to re-create life from death, Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) tries to persuade Lorelei (Jessica Brown Findlay) of the nobility of his efforts.

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    Key Vocabulary for this video: 

    1. cusp
    2. unsettling
    3. speak up
    4. hope
    5. fear
    6. murdered
    7. crippled
    8. healed

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    Bilingualism boosts brain power | AngloINFO World: Expat Life

    Speaking more than one language keeps the brain sharp…find out more and how and where to access free language training.

    Source: blogs.angloinfo.com

    Plenty of expats will have tried to learn a new language at some point. This not only helps you integrate more quickly into your new home but as our World Blog shows, it actually makes you smarter.

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    Pakistan mourns its school dead

    Funerals begin in the Pakistani city of Peshawar after the country’s deadliest Taliban attack leaves 132 children and nine staff dead at a school.

    Source: www.bbc.com

    Every country on Earth must send their soldiers to hunt, capture and bring to justice every terrorist in every country today. Terrorist are only cowards who always attack  innocent children, women and men. Wake-up world governments.

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    9-year-old girl drives to school

    Like many Thai school girls, the nine-year-old native of Surat Thani featured in a viral YouTube video goes to school by car. The only difference is that she drives the car herself. (Not anymore apparently.)

    Source: www.bangkokpost.com

    When you thought you’ve seen the worst, think again!

     

    Thailand is a very screwed up country not to charge the parents with a huge list of crimes.

     

    Please correct me if I’m wrong, but this is a serious risk to the child who isn’t even wearing her seatbelt  and a dangerous risk for all the legal drivers on the road because she is so short at the age of 9, and she can barely see above the dashboard. All because of mentally ill parents, a police superintendent and a criminal code system in the Kingdom of Thailand that are all failures. What’s your opinion???

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