У тебя какой любимый цветок?
- Чем не похожи на других герои Платонова? Почему им трудно жить?
- Какие особенности есть у склоняемых разносклоняемых существительных?
- разберите по составу слово тяжеловозы
- Синтетические органические вещества? Приведите примеры.
- какие существуют способы управаления конфликтами?
- На какие группы и по каким признакам делятся части речи в русском языке?
- История России XVI-XVIII веков. Пожалуйста, дайте описание истории России в 1480-1618 гг.
- Помогите пожалуйста решить тест по русскому!!!!))))))))))
- в вазе бананов на 5 больше чем мандаринов. сколько мандаринов в вазе если в ней 17 фруктов.
- Помогите перевести, пожалуйста)) Employers are more and more interested in taking on students during their holiday periods. Students can do the easier tasks and free up time for their permanent employees to concentrate on the more demanding ones. Although there is little financial reward for students, it is a great chance to explore their interests and add to their CVs. However, few students know what jobs may be available. Colleges sometimes advertise summer jobs on their notice-boards and in newspapers, and there are also well-known international organizations which can help. Students can also search the web, find an interesting company and email the manager to ask what temporary jobs exist. This may sound time-consuming, but students then get to work in the company of their choice, so it is what I recommend. As a science student, two years ago I spent ten weeks in a laboratory in California, helping a group of researchers with their work. To begin with, the job seemed uninteresting because my responsibilities were not dear, but when I started working on a range of projects, such as writing research papers and creating web pages, my attitude changed. I was paid enough to cover all my daily needs, so I had no financial worries. One of my jobs was to prepare educational material for schools. This was an entirely new challenge which I enjoyed so much that I decided to train as a teacher rather than a researcher when I got back. My only regret was that I'd been too busy to learn more about the USA, but then a good summer job seldom leaves you much free time and you should be prepared for that.