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Sunday, 5 December 2010
07:51:52 AM (GMT)
To Do Before I Die, Hmm Well.

1. Go To Egypt
2. Go To Rome
3. Learn More About Roman And Egyptian Cultures
4. Finish Writing A Book
5. Write A Sequal
6. Meet A Famous Writer
7. Audition For Something
8. Bake A Huge Cake
9. Be Able To Draw Really Good
10. Work On My Grudges
11. Study Psychology
12. Study Film making
13. Study Ancient History & Learn More Than I Already Know
14. Write A Successful Book About WW1 & WW11
15. Go Skiing
16. Get A Book Published
17. Finish Editing LSBH
18. Get A Part Time Job
19. Learn More About My Family Background
20. Actually Read More Than 1 Chapter Of Wuthering Heights
21. Be Able To Play Guitar Better
22. Play 'Mr.Brightside' On The Guitar
23. Stop Sulking
24. Be More Positive Everyday
25. Buy My Own Car
26.  Work On Self Confidence
27. Volunteer More
28. Never Become A Selfish Person
29. Have 5-6 Kids Sometime In My Lifetime XD
30. Dump All The Jerks In My Life
31. Be A Support System
32. Find Out Why My Friends Say I Should Be A Therapist
33. Study The Human Mind Some More
34. Become A World National Woman Leader That Young Girls Can Look Up To And Be
Proud
35. Help Others With Problems And Self Estem
36. Study Some Nurseing
37. Buy My Own House
38. Help Sustain My Parent's When They're 70+Up
39. Help Out Some More
40. Stop Complaining About Stupid Stuff
41. Write A Real Poem
42. Write A Song That Makes Sense
43. Get A 'B' In Math Class
44. Pass The P.A.T Exams With A 50% + Higher Mark
45. Work On Grammer
46. Work On Knowledge Of Words And Other Vocabulary
47. Go Back To Ottawa One Day
48. Speak More Than One Language Fluently 
49. Finish Edogon
50. Continue Edogon
51. Write A Novel Based On Historic Events
52. Write A Novel With A Queen, King, Prince & Princess =P
53. Successfully Write A Historical Fiction Novel That I Don't Think Is Crap
54. Never Change For Anyone I Know
55. Go Succbadiving Somewhere Off Of Hawaii
56. Travel At Least 3 Seas, Or Take A Cruise Across Them
57. Visit An Airplane Graveyard
58. Marry Only Once
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Comments 
Kirti says:   5 December 2010   510797  
For #11, might I recomend Human Diseases and Conditions supplement
1: Behavioral Health?

It's a psycology textbook. It's sooooo good... I started reading the
one at my school library, but couldn't read it straight through since
you aren't allowed to check out reference books, so I bought it
online. It looks big and intimadting, but it's so interesting that it
reads fast.
 
CrazyMeaghanJellieBeanie says:   6 December 2010   954836  
@Kirti 
Ohhhh Sounds Like A Good Book, I Might Just Check It Out =D 
 
Kirti says:   6 December 2010   958492  
As for forty one, I might recomend a sonnet.

For fourteen, I feel inclined to point out there has never been, and
hopefully never will be, a world war eleven. The way to write roman
numerals is with a capital i. Sorry, that's a random pet peeve...
 
CrazyMeaghanJellieBeanie says:   6 December 2010   774213  
@Kirti 
Hmm I Shall Try Those.

XD Oops I Used A Number 1 Instead Of An I? Jeez What Was I On? 
 
Kirti says:   6 December 2010   921743  
Oh, for thirteen you could try this other textbook I like, World
History- patterns of interaction.

I like textbooks, okay?! >.>
 
CrazyMeaghanJellieBeanie says:   6 December 2010   337633  
@Kirti 
Oh Don't Worry So Do I. Most Of My Knowledge From The Past Comes From
Books And Textbooks. I Know Loads About Romans And Egyptians. I Just
Want To Expand My Knowledge On Further History. 
 
Kirti says:   7 December 2010   639687  
Patterns of Interaction is good for that. It's good for everything,
really.
 
CrazyMeaghanJellieBeanie says:   7 December 2010   858743  
@Kirti 
OOO I Must Check It Out Then =D 
 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says:   1 May 2011   391756  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says:   1 May 2011   893801  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says :   1 May 2011   486468  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 

 
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