Monday, March 11, 2013


Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to you because I am have a problem with your services. I would like to show you four complaints.

Firstly, I sent you a photo which should has been sent back to me, but I do not have it yet. Secondly, I want the six countries` friends but so far only two countries have been sent. Thirdly, you promised to sent me a letter from my six friends but I haven`t heard anything yet. Fourth, why did you send me a bill if the service is free for students

The amount is quite considerable and I am obviously not willing to pay. Viewing these complaints I believe that you must answer me to resolve them. With nothing else to say, thank you for your time and kind attention.

Yours sincerely,

Diana E.
Diana Einard

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Reality TV proves that Andy Warhol was right - ...

I am absolutely agree with this quote about famous in the future. It is very interesting one. Warhol probably didn’t realise how right he would be. 

To start with I want to say that nowadays, fame seems to be within everyone’s grasp and there are more routes to market than ever before, with everything from reality TV, YouTube and Twitter giving a voice to the previously unheard. One of the major issues for brands is that they no longer own the most effective channels. 

Furthermore, fame is not just for the big spenders. Money can be a driving factor, but it is well executed visibility that always wins. Recently, the American elections proved the success of a strong brand. Obama’s popularity and charisma were no doubt big factors in his re-election. Despite Romney’s staggering $1 Billion campaign trying to entice the American vote, the nation were once again charmed by Obama. It shows that no matter how big your media spend is, a strong brand personality will win you fans, loyalty and ultimately long term fame.

All in all, celeb-packed ads and big campaign-spends can cause ripples and get consumers talking, but building a desirable brand for the long term involves a lot more. Fame will be created if the experience matches the portrayed personality every time we meet the brand. Beyond this, momentum and innovation are the fuel of fame – stop moving and prepare to look for the exit door.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

" You can tell a lot about a fellow's character by his way of eating jelly beans" (Ronald Regan, ex-president of the USA.) How far do you agree with this?

I am absolutely agree with this quote about jelly beans. It is very interesting one. You can see "body language" everywhere. 

To start with I want to say that Jelly Beans are the ultimate way to tell what someone is feeling. The way they chew can express disappointment, anger, love, happiness, and lust. For example the open mouth chew is most commonly linked to lustful thoughts. A fierce hard chew is anger. A closed mouth subtle chew with a smirk strewn across one's face can indicate love or happiness. A frown and fast chew indicates disappointment.

In my opinion a common reason for comparing the character and how a person eats is that the brand Jelly Bean also can indicate one's social status. For example, poorer people will eat grocery store brand Jelly Beans. A middle class family will go for Starburst Jelly Beans, or candy store Jelly Beans. However, a wealthy family will indulge on Jelly Belly's.

Furthermore, the flavor and color of the Jelly Beans they chose to eat can indicate temperament and possible chemistry. Red Jelly Beans that are cinnamon or apple indicate a warm and loving personality, while Red with a spicy flavor indicate a deep seeded anger, yet can also mean that the person is mysterious. Green Jelly Beans indicate horniness and openness. Blue can indicate either sad or a go with the flow type personality depending on the flavor. Yellow usually means the person is prudent, or they have to urinate. 

All in all,  Jelly Beans are like no other food in that they can show almost every emotion and personality type.  I think that this is very easy and useful just know how and what people eats. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Computers can translate all kinds of languages well. Do our children need to learn more languages in the future?

It is true that computers can translate all kinds of languages pretty good. However, it just translates some word of a language, but not the language. One thing for sure that learning language helps to associate with people and also access to the culture of the world. Nevertheless, the more languages you know the further work you get and the brighter in your future. I think that children should learn languages in the future. 

First of all, learning another language is an intense way to apprehend people and their culture. To learn efficiently, children need to contact with the lifestyle and culture of people who speak the language as a mother tongue. By that way, learning language will improve children knowledge about information that relates with the language.

Furthermore, for children, who learn more than one language, will have benefit in the future. Nowadays, in globalization, business companies prefer bilinguals than monoglot. As people learn another language from childhood, they can speak it frequently when they are adult. It also gives children more opportunities to find an appropriate job.

I believe that learning is good, especially learning another language. It gives your children more occasions to find a suitable job. Besides language, children also learn more about culture, religious and people around the world. How favourable learning language is. Ergo, children should learn more than a language.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Love story

Diana was super excited. She would finally be 21 years of age – a young woman in her own right. Not a kid any longer! How long had she waited for this just as she was waiting for something else. Her parents had left for the day. As a young woman now, she wanted to have her own party without parents. However, she planned to have her birthday lunch with family the next day. The eve was reserved for her friends. On her birthday was about 20 her friends. They all danced, played and just had fun. 

The clock would strike 12am in a few minutes and they planned to shower their gifts on Diana then. Diana got up to get another bottle of wine from the cabinet when something caught her eyes.  Out of the frosted window of her house through the thick snow, Diana noticed a figure move up the driveway. As the doorbell rang, Diana left the room with her friends behind her to see who was at the door. It was Ralph, her old friend and she missed him a lot. It was big surprise for her.

“Ralph am so glad to see you. What are you doing here? Did you remember that it’s my birthday eve?” Diana asked, almost dragging him into the living room and then giving him a bear hug.

“I know tomorrow’s your big day. I have got something very important to tell you,”  he said.

“Okay, go ahead,” said Diana.

“Well, I want you to know that I’ve liked you for, well, a while now and I decided I must tell you I am in love with you. Tonight had to be the night. I have resolved to spend the rest of my life with you. Will you be mine Diana?”

" I will", said Diana and her friends broke into a loud applause for the couple, while her close friend uncorked a bottle of bubbly champagne. For Diana, it was the perfect moment as Ralph took her in his arms and passionately kissed her on her lips and then all over her face.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

The goals of your life

Every person in the world has their goals, and tries to achieve it, but it is not easy, you must be patient and emphatic. Somebody has goals to get a better life, to find true love or to go to the country of their dreams. I have my goals too, it’s not so easy and I know I must do my best to achieve it.

First, I want study abroad, to enter university. Second, I plan on working on a lot to have money for life. Third, it’s of course to travel around the world, to meet new people and discover new places for myself.

I have set many goals for me, which I have already started on trying to reach. I want to be very comfortable money wise. If that happens I will be very happy. I also want a family, which includes a husband and kids.

In conclusion, it is important to set goals for a successful future. Short-term goals can and will have an impact on your future. Long-term goals will pretty much determine you future. And both are important to meet your personal needs. Every goal that you set should and will have an affect on your future.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Memorable place

Last summer i was in London about 3 weeks and the most exciting place I have ever visited is The Palace of Westminster.  The Houses of Parliament or Westminster Palace, is the meeting place of the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.  It lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the heart of the London borough of the City of Westminster, close to the historic Westminster Abbey and the government buildings of Whitehall and Downing Street. The Palace is one of the centres of political life in the United Kingdom. However, "Westminster" has become a metonym for the UK Parliament, and the Westminster system of government has taken its name after it. Its Clock Tower, in particular, which is often referred to by the name of its mail bell, "Big Ben", is an iconic landmark of London and the United Kingdom in general, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and an emblem of parliamentary democracy. 
There are own rules and traditions and I remember some of them. For example, smoking has not been allowed in the chamber of the House of Commons since the 17th century. Members may not eat or drink in the chamber; the exception to this rule is the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who may have an alcoholic drink while delivering the Budget statement. No animals may enter the Palace of Westminster, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind, sniffer dogs, police horses, and horses from the Royal stables. 
Although, I was there only 2 times, but I remember everything about that place. I hope that soon I will go back.