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쏘내추럴 올 데이 타이트 메이크업 세팅 픽서1 Answer其他：美容與造型4 years ago
2.Not waste time. Teacher can give students many knowledge in three to five minutes.
3.Decision-making power was not denude. A college student has power to arrange his listen and life. He should has ability. For example, 臺大醫學系 take “use photograph to roll call” way to ask students have to in class. Reporter interview the students for this thing. Most of students think the way is 干預 their decision-making power in class.
(2)文大上課強制座位 上萬學生抓狂 。(來源：2006/03/09 聯合報)
4.Ditch the class is a fashion. A good student in 暨大 express “Ditch the class is a fashion.” If you are not ditch the class, you are not a college student.
5.To reduce accidents. Many students had an accident for a roll call.
6.Roll call just a form. Someone ditch the class after roll call. The roll call have a meaning ?
Disadvantage：1.Rising business”agent”. A man acting the other in
class will disappear.
2.People is passive. If don’t spur, they will not to learn.
As to above reason, I think a college student shouldn’t roll call in class.
「一個蘿蔔一個坑」It’s not human at all.
Today, my title of report is “a college student shouldn’t roll call in class.” I believe everyone has worried for roll call.
And I ever had a car accident for catch some teacher’s roll call. Because the teacher think roll call is very important for her.
Next, I want to introduce advantage and disadvantage of no roll call.
Advantage, 1.Go to school is not for roll call. 李遠哲said, if you ditch class is better than sit there. You should ditch the class. But, two thirds students think the meaning of go to school is the teacher roll call or not.
Besides, the movie has the other feature. Its scene is extend near actual world painstakingly. I think this way will make people identified with the story. Maybe it is the forest that everyone go to to walk on the green grass and go to climb a mountain in life. Traditional story can’t express this effect. But, the movie just do it. Although, the movie full of amuse place. But, everyone will find the subject of the story is heart-stirring. And it conveys a thought-provoking meaning. That is the little red riding hood how to identify herself. Finally, she learn how to be real-life oneself and come t rue her dream.
The best reason of this movie lets people feel interesting is the plot. You can’t guess the next plot. And the director often uses foreshadow in the describe plot. Then, he crack the mystery in the next plot. It will make everyone smile with understanding when they connect with the last plot.
這部片劇中會讓人有趣的主要原因在於你猜不到下一步的劇情？而導演最擅長使用的手法就是在一段劇情描述中埋下伏筆，然後再下一段劇情中解開謎題，讓大家跟前一段劇情作連結後就會不由自主的會心一笑，很有創意的一部動畫片。3 Answers語言1 decade ago
From drinking to eating
A turning point in the history of chocolate came in 1828, when Dutchman Coenraad Johannes van Houten patented a new hydraulic press. Van Houten wanted to improve the quality of drinking chocolate - which he did - but a side effect of his invention made solid chocolate of the kind we know today a practical proposition.
Van Houten's press gave him a solid mass which could be ground to powder, from which he made easily soluble, easily digestible and - relatively - easily affordable cocoa.
The press left him with a lot of cocoa butter. It was this by-product which became the basis for the solid chocolate developed some 20 years later by Englishman Joseph Fry, who mixed it back into the cocoa paste.3 Answers語言1 decade ago
Facts and figures
The Swiss eat more chocolate per head than anyone else in the world. Average consumption hit an all-time high in 2001 - 12.3 kg. In 2003 it stood at 11.3 kg, still rather more than their nearest competitors in Germany, who managed only 10.4 kg. (The British ate 9.3 kg each, the French 6.9, the Australians 4.4. In the US consumption was 5.3 kg, in Italy 3.8 and in Spain 3.4.)
Chocolate bars are by far the best selling items, accounting for more than half of all sales.
Over 80% of the chocolate consumed in Switzerland is milk chocolate, while plain chocolate accounts for 10-12%, and white only 3-4%. But the proportion of dark chocolate continues to rise.
The designation "Swiss chocolate" is very carefully controlled. It has to be made entirely in Switzerland, out of cocoa beans, cocoa paste, cocoa butter, sugar and sometimes milk. If any part of the process has been carried out abroad - for example moulding or packing - this has to be declared on the packaging.
In 2003 51% of the output was exported, going to more than 130 countries. By far the biggest customer for Swiss chocolate is Germany, which took 22% of the exports. The UK was next with 12 %, followed by France (10%) and the US (6%). Canada took 4% and Australia and 3%.
Cheese in Switzerland
Hard cheese, soft cheese, cottage cheese, cheese made in mountain chalets, cheese made in valley factories, cheese shaved into rosettes, cheese boxed in red pine, cheese melted in wine to make fondue, hot cheese dribbled over potatoes to make raclette... There's much more to Swiss cheese than making holes!
More to Swiss cheese than meets the eye
Who invented cheese?
No-one knows exactly when or where cheese was invented - although it can be said for certain that it was not in Switzerland. One story has it that a merchant travelling through the desert 5000 years ago made the discovery by accident when the milk he was transporting in a bag made of a sheep's stomach reacted with the natural rennet in the stomach lining and was churned into cheese by constant jogging. Be that as it may, cheese is certainly mentioned in the Old Testament in texts which may date back 3,500 years.
Swiss cheese was mentioned by the first century Roman historian Pliny the Elder, who called it Caseus Helveticus - the "cheese of the Helvetians", one of the tribes living in Switzerland at the time.
Cows' milk, goats' milk, sheeps' milk
Practically all Swiss cheese is made of cow's milk. Readers of Heidi may be disappointed to know that the number of goats - and sheep too - has fallen drastically over the last century. A hundred years ago the country had 420,000 goats; in 2005 there were 74,000.
Until about the 1930s, cows shared the meadows of the central plateau with sheep and goats. But as more and more of the countryside disappeared under concrete, farmers preferred to leave what remained more or less solely to cows, which depend on rich grass. Sheep and goats are now kept almost exclusively in the mountains, living on slopes too steep for cows, and finding fodder where cows would find none.
In 1999 Switzerland produced 134,000 tonnes of cheese from cow's milk - and just 245 tonnes from sheep and goats.4 Answers語言1 decade ago