Do girls face more societal pressure than guys?

Every person on this earth has faced pressure from society. Whether it’s a woman or a man. What is social pressure and how does it appear.
“Peer pressure (or social pressure) is the direct influence on people by peers, or the effect on an individual who gets encouraged to follow their peers by changing their attitudes, values or behaviors to conform to those of the influencing group or individual.”
One of the reasons that It appears is when you express an opinion, or hold a position that is not supported by the majority.

In our society, since ancient times, the opinion was laid that a man is always and in everything is right, even if the same opinions are expressed with a woman. You can read many articles, books and stories about feminism and the history on the internet.

In the modern world, this topic is now one of the most discussed and controversial. In my opinion, now all opinions are taken into account, regardless of gender. In my society, in the circle of my friends, where there are both girls and boys, it is customary to listen, accept and, in some cases, help. There are always controversial opinions and points, but people should remain human and not encroach on a person because of what he thinks or what everyone else does not like.

Is it worse to fail at something or never attempt it in the first place?

This question is really decisive for every human,whos making an important or just an insignificant choice.

Missing out the chance is one of the worst things. Because if you choose to fight and try, You make your life and yourself better and better. Trying is the way to create your own story, and become the best version of yourself.

I agree with the opinion that sometimes life gives us a very difficult and heavy time to make a decision, which could change our lives . Making mistaken chooses is a part of life, and if you are afraid to do it, you will stay at the same point.

it is absolutely horrible for me to live a life full of “what if”, a life with unfulfilled dreams, desires, ambitions and hopes. I choose my reality. I incarnate all my wishes .

Only you can decide if you can live without trying. This is one of the universal rules of life, whether we like it or not. The greater the risk, the greater the reward …

My strategies to staying calm

For me staying calm is a little bit problem. Because in some situations if something hurts me i just can’t keep calm,

I have some strategies for keeping calm

1 First is just calmly speak out

2 speak with yourself , clear your mind

3 talk to someone, who understands you

4 occupy yourself with something else, distract yourself

5 eat something

Stay calm and just understand that every situation helps you to get more stronger

the most important thing is harmony in your soul, because it is able to create happiness out of nothing


Does religion do more harm than good?

Everyone accepts religion in their own way. Whether religion brings more good or bad depends on the person.

Religion is like hope and belief in something other than yourself.

Probably, this is the most controversial topic, and all religions not only contradict, but sometimes coincide in something.

I think that Belief in something as a whole cannot bring harm, on the contrary, it gives hope and strength. It doesn’t matter what your religion is, the main thing is that it is sincere and honest.

Many people believe only on themselves and in their own strengths, and not on religion. And some are quite the opposite.

So, i think it all depends on the personality, and it’s really good if your belief brings you only good.

Timing is everything⏳

Time is something that goes away,and we should hold back,and try to spend it in favor.

Timing is very important part of daily life. Everyone should organize their day so that it doesn’t go to waste.
For example tomorrow i am very busy,so i must schedule wake up time,dress and a little bit make up time,school time,chiil time,extra-classes time and many other deals until the late evening.So it’s foremost to know how to organize our time.And if i don’t do this, my day will be passed.

So that’s why timing is everything. Everything is in our hands and we must live every day to the fullest

“Gifted”.Film review

This film captivates from the first minutes with its story, characters, and the idea that even gifted people should enjoy simple trifles
Frank grows up his little niece, Mary. The girl is different from her peers and is ahead of her development and truly hopeful. In the lives of Frank and Mary, the girl’s grandmother, Evelyn, appears, who is ready to take the child away from Frank for the sake of Mary’s future mathematical achievements.
This is a very touching family drama that tells the story of a gifted person from the side of happiness and unhappiness.
The girl’s mother, Diana was a talented matematimatisian.No was her brilliant mind and was the cause of the trouble. Deprived of life’s simple pleasures, who grew up with an awareness of its uniqueness Diana was under the constant pressure of his demanding mother. Now Mary is in the same situation
Grandma was once a good mathematician herself, but she made her choice in favor of the family. Therefore, the consequences of unfulfilled ambitions soon returned. And she began to demand first accomplishments from her daughter, and then from her granddaughter. All for Science! Evelyn didn’t love her family as much as she did mathematics.
However, the girl was lucky to have such a good uncle, who left his private life, just to give her a happy childhood. He taught her to appreciate simple things, thereby giving the girl a simple childhood, which her mother was deprived of. In addition, he insisted on a simple school, rather than specialized, that girl has got friends — «if separate leaders get selfish.»
I think for a seven-year-old child an ordinary carefree childhood, without obligations is more important. The final decision for your future needs to be taken at an already conscious age.
This film shows that sometimes giftedness and great intelligence can be a curse for a person!


Public Speeches

everything happens for a reason

There are unpleasant or, on the contrary, the happiest days in life when you want to cry or jump with happiness. Our mood is influenced by ourselves or the people around us.

For example, I am very dependent on people, I do not like to be alone. The actions of others greatly influence me.

In my life there were many people who came and went, this is absolutely normal.
I recently came to the conscious conclusion that everything happens for a reason. People come, leave a mark, maybe give some kind of lesson, help to develop, or quite the opposite. Sometimes they even push me to take new steps.

And this any situation gives us a valuable lesson that may be useful in the future. I think all situations that happen in life should be accepted, analyzed and immediately released, for your own good.

Have: auxiliary or main verb

  1.  She’s na only child. —She hasn’t got any siblings.
  2. We used to pay someone to take a family photograph every year .-We used to have someone who take the family photograph every year.
  3. Buying car insurance is obligatory for all drivers.-All drivers have to buy car insurance .
  4. He last saw his father in 2009. -He has seen his father in 2009
  5. He lacks the right qualifications for this job. —He haven’t got right qualifications for this job.
  6. It’s not necessary for us to do it now. We can do it later.-We can have done this later
  7. The sea water was amazingly clear and warm — we swam ever morning. -The sea water was amazingly clear and warm — we have swum ever morning
  8. When did you start to get on badly? -How long have yo been getting on badly?
  9. I need someone to fix the central heating. I think the termostat is broken. -I need someone to have central heating fixed. I think the termostat is broken. 

Choose the right word


I never took Olivia to the theatre, but it was there I met her. I formed the habit now of going every Saturday night, usually alone, sometimes with George. It was George who introduced me to Olivia Nelson. She was an only child whose father, a cotton merchant, had died and left her all he had. She was not very beautiful but she was tall, very graceful, smartly dressed and attracted me at once. Olivia got interested when George said that I was a novelist. Novelists were not too common in Cornwell then, though I believe they are now as numerous as knights. Olivia adored famous people. She was delighted to meet me. It turned out that Olivia had read my books, at least some of them and she liked them. She could tell intelligently about them. She praised them and criticized them with a good deal of common sense. She discussed new plays and new books with me. She developed a habit of being wherever I was to be found. We had a few meals together at restaurants, and I discovered that I was dressing with unusual care.She was so excited and happy, so full of good conversation, that I was charmed and captivated by her company. But I couldn’t help thinking that something was wrong. There was no  reason to think the worst. However, I couldn’t make myself propose to her.

Read and match

1. Just Do It!

2. Just What the Doctor Ordered

3. Dangerous Consequences

4. Source of the Problem

5. Take It Easy!

6. Hard to Guess the Meaning

7. The Devil Is Not So Black As He is Painted

8. A Hidden Problem

A. You can often find articles and books addressing the problem of procrastination. If you don’t know this word, you might think it was a terrible disease. In reality, procrastination can be defined as a bad habit of doing something less important in order to avoid doing something more important. People procrastinate in many different areas, but we will focus on procrastinating at school, where it is a frequent problem.

B. Procrastination at school can lead to poor grades, low test scores, and finally not getting into a good university. Another negative result of procrastination is the stress of waiting to the last minute to do something. This can lead to staying up all night to prepare for a test. Also, the constant stress of having something hanging over your head, being scolded and criticized by teachers and parents can lead to feelings of guilt and worthlessness.

C. Usually it is very obvious when somebody is procrastinating, for example, playing video games instead of doing homework. Sometimes, however, it can be less obvious. Sharpening your pencils and cleaning your desk may fool some people into thinking you are working hard, but can also be forms of procrastination. Some pupils are even able to fool themselves into thinking they are working, when they are just trying to avoid real work.

D. It is not always clear why people procrastinate. Some are just lazy or don’t have enough willpower, but there may be other reasons, perfectionism for one. Some people are afraid that they will be judged by others as failures if their work is less than perfect. For example, a pupil may fear the judgment of parents and teachers on a school report. According to psychologists, this fear of failure may be a cause of procrastination.

E. Although it is difficult, there are ways to stop procrastinating. One way of doing it is to find out why you are procrastinating and deal with those problems. If you are a perfectionist, try to do the task quickly and not worry about it being perfect. Another solution, especially when the task seems too big, is to break it into smaller steps and do those one by one. This may lessen the desire to procrastinate.

F. Still, procrastinating can be a good thing. For those who spend much more time working on a project than is necessary, waiting until the last minute can be a more economical use of time. Also, some people while procrastinating do things that are creative or useful in other ways. Finally, a certain amount of procrastination is part of human nature. Feeling guilty about it can be worse and more damaging than the procrastination itself.

G. Procrastination is also a popular subject of laughter in films and TV shows and there are many coffee mugs, cartoons, and notebooks covered with jokes about it. Though many people consider it a serious psychological problem and even view it as a kind of disease, others laugh about it and are even proud to be procrastinators