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02 TODAY’S ZAMAN

F OOD FOR THOUGHT

Q UOTE OF THE DAY

Although all sides concerned have exerted strenuous efforts, we might not reach a solution at the set date [end of 2008]. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

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FATMA DÝÞLÝ

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RADÝKAL, ÝSMET BERKAN The president of the Turkish Republic got on an airplane, went to Yerevan, spent half a day there, met one on one with the Armenian president, spent 90 minutes sitting right next to him in front of some 40,000 plus people, later stopped by a reception in Yerevan and then returned to Ankara. And through this all, the world did not collapse, Turkey was not divided, we did not "lose" eastern Anatolia and Azerbaijan was not sold down the river to anyone...That's just how taboos are. They tend to disappear overnight, and you suddenly wake up realizing that you can live without them. No one, of course, expected that one trip alone would be enough to remove the Turks' fear of foreigners, Armenians, minorities and every kind of prejudice that exists in relation to Armenians and other minorities in Turkey. This was at least a start.

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A "tug-of-words" erupted between Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoðan and Doðan Media Group owner Aydýn Doðan when newspapers belonging to Doðan published news stories alleging Erdoðan's involvement in a case of fraud surrounding a Turkish charity based in Germany, Deniz Feneri (Lighthouse). Countering the accusations, Erdoðan increased his rhetoric over the weekend and said the smear campaign against him and his party was being purposefully conducted by Doðan to pressure the government to change a zoning ordinance for land on which the Hilton Hotel is built to fit Doðan's business plan. He said Doðan was attacking him and his party because the Ýstanbul Municipality had not issued a building permit to make renovations and additions to the hotel's premises that Doðan wanted to make. On the other hand, Doðan denied Erdoðan's allegations and said that Erdoðan's words were a threat to freedom of the press in Turkey, in remarks which seem to have sparked more debate about freedom of the press, media-government relations and Turkey's democratic culture. Star's Þamil Tayyar argues that although the Doðan Media Group had the fraud dossier about Deniz Feneri three-and-a-half months ago, it chose to wait to make these allegations public to blackmail the government into doing certain things. "What did they want to bargain for with the government during this period? Was it for the additions to the Hilton Hotel, as Erdoðan said? Was it to win a new tender? Was it to acquire new broadcasting rights? Was it for the handover of the Vatan daily? He maintains that the Doðan group keeping the fraud dossier on hold for a while must certainly be due to something other than a journalistic reflex, else they would have published the allegations as soon as possible. Yeni Þafak's Kürþat Bumin says it is impossible to encounter such polemics and quarrels in real democracies because in those democracies the state does not have the opportunity to provide financial gains to whomever it wants. "I hope the power of municipalities, ministries and other state institutions to provide financial gains to some groups will come to an end in Turkey as well. Only then will these quarrels and polemics become a thing of the past in Turkey," Bumin says. Hürriyet's Ferai Týnç levels criticism at Erdoðan for the harsh language he used while countering allegations leveled by Doðan's newspapers. She says the prime minister, instead of turning this into a war of words, could have resorted to legal means if there are untrue accusations about him in the news stories. "Threatening and intimidating can never be a mechanism to disclaim these allegations," she says, contending that Erdoðan using this method will deal a blow to freedom of the press in Turkey. Referring to the remarks of Doðan, who termed Erdoðan's statements a threat to freedom of the press in Turkey, another Star columnist, Ahmet Kekeç, says freedom of the press does not include spreading lies about someone. "Freedom of the press is not sitting at a bargaining table with pro-coup gangs to pressure the government into giving them state tenders. It is not supporting memorandums and anti-democratic attempts, either," Kekeç maintains, referring to some reactions in Doðan newspapers in cases when there is an intervention in politics.

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I completed my visit to Yerevan with very positive feelings and thoughts. I congratulate the Turkish national soccer team for a good performance.

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Deniz Feneri and polemics SABAH, NAZLI ILICAK While allegations of corruption and the Deniz Feneri foundation should have been debated in legal terms, arguments have instead shifted to the political platform. The open targeting of a media boss has never -- speaking from experience -turned out to bode well for anyone in Turkey. What's more, there is a dimension to this all which damages certain freedoms, including freedom of the press. It is quite possible that the impression is starting to spread that the political government is attempting to prevent certain things from being published. On the other hand, the correct idea that media owners should not really have connections with matters of state has once more emerged to the surface of the issues we are seeing in all of this. Let's not forget that from the past up until today those who hold the power of the press in their hands have never shied away from engaging in slander for their own benefit.

Turkish haute couture designer Rabia Yalçýn was given the most innovative design award at Couture Fashion Week in New York City for her collection, in which she uses natural fabrics and organic fibers created from recycled materials.

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The state should apologize to Armenians, read the daily's top headline yesterday, quoting remarks made by retired Ambassador Volkan Vural, who said that the Turkish Republic should apologize to Armenians for what happened in 1915, namely, the killing of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. "By neglecting to see what happened in the past, Turkey has placed itself in a difficult situation. This problem [whether the killing of Armenians constituted genocide] cannot be resolved through historians but through politicians. It is impossible to approve of what happened to the Armenians. We were unable to establish a balance that would solve the Armenian problem. Turkey did not take any risks because it was afraid of criticism," Vural told the daily.

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star:

Century-old ice melted, read the daily's lead headline yesterday, referring to the spring mood in relations between Turkey and Armenia following President Abdullah Gül's visit to Yerevan on Saturday to watch a world cup qualifier game between the national teams of the two countries. Professor Deniz Arýboðan said Gül's visit was very important for global balances and could pave the way for Armenia to open up to the world though Turkey. Professor Ferhat Kentel also commented on Gül's visit and said the visit was significant for the melting of prejudices between the two countries. "The ice between Turkey and Armenia will slowly melt," he noted.

akþam:

Five days for Doðan, read the daily's main headline

yesterday, saying that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoðan gave five days to Doðan Media Group owner Aydýn Doðan to make his demands from Erdoðan public. A row erupted between Erdoðan and Doðan when Doðan's newspapers published news suggesting Erdoðan's involvement in a case of fraud in which a charity organization in Germany was implicated. Speaking to his party over the weekend, Erdoðan claimed that the smear campaign against him and his party was being purposefully conducted by Doðan to pressure the government to change a zoning ordinance for land on which the Doðan-owned Hilton Hotel is built to fit Doðan's business plan.

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Is this Baþbuð's ‘Diyarbakýr expansion'? BUGÜN, MEHMET METÝNER I find the visit by Chief of General Staff Gen. Ýlker Baþbuð to Diyarbakir both meaningful and valuable. This is for two reasons: The first is that the door to democratic dialogue -- which is necessary in order to achieve a solution -- has been pried open. The second is that the Turkish military authority has for the first time ever come together to meet with civil society organizations. If in fact Baþbuð's "Diyarbakir expansion" (if we can call it that) is espousing some sort of new stance, then the military can also be expected not to oppose any new suggestions that come from the civilian authority in the region which are aimed at finding solutions. Likewise, we can expect that the military will not be insistent on maintaining its old and useless methods and stances in this region.

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Maybe it seems like a place that’s hard to get to, to which few actually make it, but the truth is, if you should happen to make your way to Akseki and its surrounding areas one day, you will find that it is well worth it. On a visit to Akseki, it is inevitable that you will be astounded and transported by the great masterpieces of this city: its wooden homes. I have a memory that I have kept with me since childhood: There was once a wizened old man, covered entirely in a shawl, standing in the

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center of a town square darkened by a snowstorm, trying to sell tangerines, oranges and all sorts of lemony citrus fruits that he had brought from Akseki. He was most likely trying to make a living from this fruity produce, which he had brought from Manavgat or Alanya. I thought about this vision I had of him for years afterwards. That man was both fighting against great difficulties and trying -- despite every barrier put up against him -- to engage in trade. This is a picture which depicts with great accuracy both Akseki itself and its denizens, and the life that they live even today. Trade, no matter

what, always trade -- there is no other way. There is no other way because Akseki is a historical, gorgeous Anatolian site stuck in the middle of the Taurus (Toros) mountain range, with none of the wide agricultural fields that so many other cities and towns enjoy. It is surrounded by the craggy lines of the Taurus Mountains. In the middle of these craggy, rough, mountainous outlines lies natural and human beauty that has the power to amaze those who behold it. If you decide one day to take a look for yourself at what Akseki has to offer, there are a couple of different ways to get there.

Fly into Antalya and then drive to Akseki by passing through Manavgat or hop on one of the Konya-Manavgat buses that pass through this region. Either way, the first thing you will see on the way here is the Ömer Duruk rest facility. The name Ömer Duruk is an important and symbolic one for Akseki. He was a man who contributed as much to the actual profile as to the mentality that reigns in Akseki. At this rest facility, travelers can taste a range of delicious food at reasonable prices, from gözleme to vegetable-based dishes, from grilled meats to various desserts.

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Moving on from here, if you want to set eyes on the wooden homes, which are not only the great masterpiece of this area but also its livelihood, you must visit the village of Bucakalan. The three homes here contain surprises that will astound and entrance you. I was planning on talking about the wooden handiwork, the gorgeous living rooms, the stony courtyards here, but when I saw the incredible pomegranate handiwork on the ceilings, I forgot about everything else. These are designs which are not only symbols of abundance and fruitfulness, but speak of an outlook on life and the richness of living. Which expert was it that made these incredible pomegranate ceiling designs? Which culture and civilization was guiding the hands of these artists as they created their work? These gorgeous homes, which have each been turned into places open to the public, offer visitors the chance to eat breakfast for only YTL 5 and lunch for YTL 10 while sitting back in cool divans, surrounded by the magnificent trappings of culture. From these historical windows you can watch time and life pass you by as you eat. Another place you must not miss in Akseki, if you wish to follow the traces of its trade culture, is the village of Sarýhacýlar. The historical Silk Road, which passed directly through the center of this village, is now a road of specially laid shining stones, with twists and turns that give themselves over to deep thought as you walk upon them. You must definitely grab the chance to walk along this road, imagining the sounds of yesterday’s trade caravans. Of course, you will now notice that no one outside the village’s imam actually lives here these days. But if you do make it here, be sure to see the mosque with its embellished woodworking and its painted mihrab. Interestingly, the homes in this village can be rented and you can stay here for as long as you wish. Believe me, it’s worth it.

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Turkic world gets together on concert stage in Opera Days Opera singers from the Turkic world are counting down the last two days to this year's TÜRKSOY Opera Days, the 11th edition of an international get-together of opera artists from this part of the world, which will bring to an end a five-year hiatus in the event's history. Organized by the Joint Administration of Turkic Culture and Art (TÜRKSOY), an international body that oversees cultural cooperation among its 14 member states, the TÜRKSOY Opera Days will hold two concerts in two Mediterranean provinces this week. The first concert is scheduled for Thursday night in the southern Mersin province at the Mersin Culture Center. The event travels to Girne in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC) for its second and final concert Sunday night. Twenty-three opera singers from 11 Turkic nations are taking part in this year's event, which is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Azerbaijani national opera's 1908 production of "Leyla and Mecnun" (Layla and Majnun). TÜRKSOY General Director Duysen Kasseinov, who is also a former culture minister of Kazakhstan, told the Cihan news agency that the five-act "Leyla and Mecnun" opera, composed in 1907 by Uzeyir Hajibeyov and based on Fuzuli's poem of the same name, was the first-ever opera in the history of Turkic musical culture. "Leyla and Majnun" premiered on Jan. 12, 1908 in the Taghiyev Theater in Baku (currently the State Theater of Musical Comedy). Kasseinov said the re-launching of the TÜRKSOY Opera Days, which first started in 1993 and ran for 10 years in a row until 2003, was very important in developing relations among the member states. Ýstanbul Today's Zaman

Craftsman brings historical Turkish instruments to life AYÞENUR BOZKURT ÝSTANBUL

Music touches the hearts of both young and old, and in the case of Feridun Obul, 47, it can change lives. Obul, a Turk of Circassian origin, produces musical instruments, some of which belong to the 6,000-year-old history of Turkish music, with its origins in Central Asia. He produces these instruments quickly with his dexterous hands and has sold them all over the globe. Ancient Turkish music has affected many parts of the world, from Asia and Europe to South Africa and Latin America. The music of the Turks has even had some influence on old English and Inuit civilizations. Over the centuries, the basis of some Turkish music was influenced by spirituality. Upon the acceptance of Islam by the Turks, Sufi music was created. Some feel that Sufi music strengthens the feelings of love, friendship, solidarity and overall humanity. With this principle in mind Obul decided to produce instruments that give life to this extensive history. "One of our relatives, Oruç Güven, was the head of the ethnomusicology department at the Cerrahpaþa School of Medicine," Obul said. "At the time, I was working at the university, repairing the roof. One day while working, he asked me to join him at a concert of a group that came from Central Asia. I went to the concert and -from that moment on -- was not the same Feridun. The following day I did not go back to my old job. Instead, I set up a new bench to produce some instruments that were not built in Turkey. Güven had said that there was no master who produced these old Turkish music instruments. That inspired me to be the first." "It may be odd that I make old, rarely seen instruments," continued Obul, who is skilled enough to reproduce an instrument from a single photograph. "I am good at art. I was carving little tables and chairs when I was not working for someone. I can say that my secret ability has come out. Also, the group that gave that concert

affected me deeply. They were playing so sincerely that they seemed to adore their instruments." While on the journey from a repairman to a craftsman, Obul did not know any musical notes and says he did not see the necessity of learning them because he thinks sounds of instruments lead him in his pleasant way of music. Obul has given life to over 800 instruments in his little workshop in Sultanahmet. When asked if the only thing that changed a repairman into a craftsman is inspiration, he said without hesitation: "If it isn't, how can I explain my situation? I didn't even know any notes. I was not interested in music. Every single instrument is like my child. When I sell them, I feel a bit of resentment." When the university received a new rector, a decision was made that the department of ethnomusicology was not part of the school of medicine, and it was subsequently closed. It was then that this university adventure came to an end, meaning he could no longer produce instruments with Güven and his students. Nevertheless, Güven continued his career at another university and Obul opened his workshop. He has been producing instruments for 20 years and is now a unique master of old Turkish instrument production. Although sad that he has been unable to find an apprentice to carry on the work, his daughter Gökçe, who graduated from Ýstanbul University, will carry on his legacy. While playing his çeng, an Asian harp with either 14 or 24 strings, he tells of how he had a dream and then built several instruments. "I dreamed about many instruments whose names I don't even know. For example, this çeng does not have a tuning system, but after a dream I thought about it for 15 days or longer and devised a tuning system. Lecturers at the university were really very pleased with the discovery." Many foreigners have an interest in old Turkish music. They visit Obul to see how he builds the instruments, and most of them return home with a newfound love for Turkish music. The most-wanted instrument is the "rebab" from

Asia. Its body is made of a fish skin-covered coconut and its strings from horsetail hair. It is said that Mevlana Muhammed Jelaluddin Rumi played this instrument. The reason the rebab is so popular is the sound it makes -- a sound said to be the closest to the human voice. "The naturalness of the instruments affects many foreigners. For example, tourists from Europe often don't know any sounds except for electronic ones. They themselves even express that they don't want to hear what they are accustomed to." There is no other master in the world who can build such instruments. Obul stresses that "each master makes only one or two types of instruments professionally. But what I make is over 800. I don't always make Eastern instruments -Western instruments are well represented as well." As can be understood from his style, modesty is his worldview. His words prove this: "You ask me if I am very proud of myself or not. I really don't know. What am I supposed to do? This is my life. The key is modesty; if you are not modest enough, you can change the dynamics of the world. I do not insist that I am, but I know this is the rule." Obul's work ethic has led him to make instruments that are not widely known, including the rebab, the çeng, the dombra (also known as the dutar), the kýlkopuz, the gubuz (sangobýz), the koray, the sýbýzgý, the mazhar kudüm and many others. He also introduces these instruments abroad and has participated in many exhibitions. One of his products is currently being exhibited at the Austrian state house. Obul is currently working on a book that will introduce the instruments to a wider audience. The book will provide information on the history and characteristics of each instrument. "I didn't expect so much interest in my book, but I have to finish it in a short time. It has become an obligation," Obul says. His workshop is like a museum, and he has dedicated himself to his work so much that his house is right next door. Photos of Obul's instruments can be seen at www.turkishmusichouse.com.

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Çýraðan Kempinski hosts newest works by Yazýcý

Cannes winner ‘Yol' on big screen once more

The Çýraðan Palace Kempinski Art Gallery in Ýstanbul, in its first exhibition of the new art season, is hosting a collection of new works by contemporary artist Yiðit Yazýcý. Titled "Þehirlerin Renkleri" (The Colors of Cities) and curated by Beste Gürsu of the Art and Life Gallery, the collection consists of oils on canvas and silkscreen prints depicting major world cities such as Berlin, St. Petersburg and Dubai. The exhibition runs until Oct. 22. Tel.: (212) 326 4646

The 1982 Cannes Palme d'Or winner "Yol" (The Way), written by legendary actor-filmmaker Yýlmaz Güney and directed by Þerif Gören, will be shown tonight at the open-air movie theater of the Nazým Hikmet Culture Center in Ýstanbul's Bahariye district. The drama, which tells the stories of five prisoners given a week's home leave and the problems they encounter in adjusting to the world outside, will be shown at 9 p.m. Admission is free of charge.

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Tilda Swinton films at Ýstanbul Modern theater The Ýstanbul Museum of Modern Art's movie theater, from Sept. 11-28, will host a program of films starring Tilda Swinton. Five films featuring the Scottish actress will be featured. The films are "Orlando," directed by Sally Potter; "Friendship's Death," by Peter Wollen, "Teknolust" by Lyn Hershman-Leeson, "Female Perversions," by Susan Streitfeld, and "Caravaggio," by Derek Jarman. Showings are free of charge for museum visitors.

Musical ‘Rent' brings down the curtain on Broadway run

Repairman turned musical instrument producer Feridun Obul has given life to over 800 instruments in his workshop in Sultanahmet

Bilkent Symphony Orchestra performs Ramadan concerts

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Cellist Benyamin Sönmez set for live performance Young Turkish cellist Benyamin Sönmez, praised by the late Russian virtuoso Mstislav Rostropovich as one of the leading cellists of the young generation, will be performing at Ýstanbul's Akbank Art Center on the night of Sept. 26. Accompanied by Kasparas Uinskas on piano, Sönmez will present a program that consists of pieces by Bach, Brahms, Schnittke and Piazzolla at the concert, slated for 8 p.m. Tickets, priced at YTL 12, can be purchased at Biletix.

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Broadway said goodbye Sunday to "Rent," 12 years and 5,124 performances after it first became a rock musical with a message for theatergoers of all ages. "Like we did when we opened, we dedicate this performance to Jonathan Larson," said actor Adam Kantor, referring to the man who wrote the show's book, music and lyrics. Then "Rent" was off and running toward its final curtain that had the last cast as well as members of its original company together on stage at the end of the evening to sing an electric version of "Seasons of Love," one of the show's best-known songs. "There's mixed emotions, but it's time," said Allan S. Gordon, one of its producers, talking about the closing. The show and book was born offBroadway in triumph and tragedy. Larson died of an aortic aneurism after its final dress rehearsal in January 1996. He was 35. Larson's tale of free-spirited artists and street people in a gritty drug- and AIDSplagued East Village of the early 1990s touched several generations. Rave reviews propelled "Rent" to Broadway where the musical opened the following April at the Nederlander Theatre, a house often shunned by producers because it was on the wrong side of 42nd Street. The show, inspired by Puccini's "La Boheme," found a ready-made audience in young people. Its fanatical supporters were nicknamed "Rentheads." The show won Tonys, Obies and the Pulitzer Prize for drama as well as grossing more than $280 million during its Broadway run. Millions more were made from national tours and foreign productions that performed on six continents. A film version, using much of the original cast, was released in 2005. New York AP

The Ankara-based Bilkent Symphony Orchestra (BSO) perform two Ramadan concerts will this week, welcoming the new concert season under the baton of its new musical director, Klaus Weise. The concerts are slated for Thursday and Saturday at 9 p.m. at the Bilkent Concert Hall. In the first concert, the orchestra will be accompanying soprano Naira Abrahamyan and tenor Daniel Magdal as soloists in a program that consists of overtures from C.M. Weber's "Der Freischütz" and Glinka's "Russlan and Ludmilla," arias from Puccini's "Turandot" and Verdi's "Aida," as well as the prelude from Wagner's "Die Meistersinger," among others. The program of Saturday's concert will feature selected pieces from Puccini's well-known operas "Madama Butterfly," "La Boheme" and "Manon Lescaut." Tickets for the concerts can be purchased at the Bilkent Concert Hall box office, Dost Bookstores in neighborhoods of Kýzýlay and Kavaklýdere and the Ankuva shopping mall, and at the Diapason Music Store in Kavaklýdere. Ankara Today's Zaman


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Recent developments from an Armenýan publýc TV anchor’s eyes

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EMRE USLU & ÖNDER AYTAÇ*

VARTAN OSKANIAN*

Armenian President Serzh Sarksyan’s recent invitation to Turkish President Abdullah Gül to visit Yerevan to watch a football match together was historic. Given the two countries’ long-strained relations, this visit would have been remarkable at any time. But coming as it does only one month after the alarming Russian-Georgian confrontation, it may offer real hope that tensions in the volatile Caucasus region can be eased. Of course, ancient and difficult issues divide Armenia and Turkey. But now is the moment for both countries to put the past aside in order to address their common security concerns. In the new context set by the war in Georgia, the urgency of Turkey becoming a real bridge between the nations of the Caucasus is not lost on anyone. This expectation is an inevitable consequence of Turkey’s geography and history. Situated figuratively between modernity and tradition, secularism and Islam, and democracy and tyranny, Turkey also is an actual physical bridge between East and West. For the peoples of the Caucasus, Turkey marks our path to Europe. It is a NATO member, bordering the three Caucasus republics that have NATO Individual Partnership Action Programs. It aspires to join the European Union, and would bring the EU to our three borders, even as we, too, aspire to join one day. Indeed, Turkey has never missed an opportunity to present itself as a regional broker. Immediately after the collapse of

the Soviet Union, Turkey proposed the Black Sea Economic Cooperation. This year, as the American-led effort to mediate a Middle East peace settlement began to falter, Turkey took up the job of mediator in both the IsraeliPalestinian conflict and the conflict between Syria and Israel. Now, in the immediate wake of the RussiaGeorgia crisis, Turkey’s leaders have stepped forward once again to take a leadership role in the Caucasus. The world must fervently hope that the Turkish proposal for a Caucasus Stability and Cooperation Platform is more serious and sustained than previous similar efforts. But, in order to succeed, Turkey must firmly pursue a pledge from all the region’s players to repudiate the use of force in settling their disputes. If this pledge is adopted and respected, conflicts in the region will be viewed in a wholly different, more tolerant context, marking a historic breakthrough to peace. In fact, why not take the idea of such a pact one step further? We in this region can, and I believe should,

call for a non-aligned Caucasus, free of security blocs and adversarial alliances. After all, security alliances and guarantees only create dividing lines, with their attendant security challenges. Our countries and peoples have, throughout history, lived under a common umbrella for far longer than we have been divided. Today, we share a common vision of European integration, and it is in this broader context that our conflicts should be resolved. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visits to Georgia and Russia proved that there is no substitute for Europe insofar as the Caucasus is concerned. Only Europe can play the role of honest broker in the region’s atmosphere of suspicion and intolerance. But, at the end of the day, we ourselves must be willing to work toward a region of peace and cooperation. The Caucasus is too small a space for closed borders and explosive conflicts. Although some of those tensions appear purely bilateral, the Georgian-Russian conflict demonstrates that there is no such thing any-

*Vartan Oskanian, Armenia’s minister of foreign affairs from 1998 until April 2008, is the founder of the Yerevan-based Civilitas Foundation. © Project Syndicate, 2008

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more in this globalized world, and certainly not in this interconnected region. In fact, real peace in the Caucasus requires two key strategic transformations. One is a lesson from history: Russia’s strategic interests here cannot be ignored. To believe and behave otherwise would lead to regional chaos. The other lesson is that Turkey and Armenia cannot remain adversaries forever. There must be normalization in our relations in order for the Caucasus to coalesce into a functional region. Ironically, both Russia and the United States recognize that this is in their interest. The Russians view normal relations between Turkey and Armenia as a way to minimize Georgia’s strategic role in the region. The US views an opening to Turkey as a way to decrease Armenia’s real and imagined reliance on Russia. Beyond the emotional impact of President Gül’s visit to Yerevan, real improvement in Turkish-Armenian relations requires opening the two countries’ closed border -- the last in Europe. Or, for a start, the existing railroad link between the two countries could be made operational. If this does not happen within the coming weeks and months, then Turkey will have demonstrated that all this was just a show. President Gül’s visit does mark a watershed -- either as a failure to make history, or as the beginning of a new era.

Today we would like to leave our column to Artak Aleksanyan to share his observations about Saturday’s football game between Turkey and Armenia and its implications on Armenian society. Aleksanyan is an Armenian journalist and the news anchor of Armenia’s public TV station. Before the game we asked Aleksanyan to write down his observations about what the Armenian people feel about the game and developments that seem to be opening a new chapter between Turkey and Armenia. This is what Aleksanyan had to say: A week without … … a miracle Sunday, 10 p.m.: I have been trying to reach any one of the Armenian experts on Turkey the whole day. It seems that no one is able to talk about Turkish President Abdullah Gül’s visit to Armenia. Everyone -- literally everyone -- is discussing the Armenia-Turkey game. Everyone is mad and angry at the Armenian team; we were expecting more. We knew that Turkey’s team is one of the best in the world, but you cannot help but have hope or dream for a victory. It is said the difference between an optimist and a pessimist is that a pessimist is a well-informed optimist. I think last Saturday all Armenians who watched football were well-informed romantics. … bad Turkey It has been a week about Turkey: We used to talk about our neighbor only when we needed to talk about genocide. Last week was the first one in which news was about cooperation, regional security and the Caucasian stability platform that was recently suggested by the Turkish prime minister. We were trying to present the very diverse opinions on Gül’s visit and the Armenia-Turkey relationship but somehow ended up summarizing only two sides: Everyone is actually a proponent of the normalization of the Armenian-Turkey relationship -- the only party that is still suspicious about that is Dashnakcutyun. Even radical opposition leader and first Armenian President Levon Ter-Petrosyan supported current Armenian President Serzh Sarksyan in inviting Gül to watch the football match. … information What can we expect from Turkey besides genocide? Are we ready to establish a normal relationship? Are ordinary Turks friendly? Do they hate Armenians? Will they kill Armenians? Will they invade Armenia if we open the border? Are our products economically ready to compete with the prices and quality of those made in Turkey? I know that for Turks those questions may be very amusing, simplistic and sometimes very offensive. A Turkish friend of mine once said: “We are polite and civilized people. But how should I know about that when for the last 100 years not only the borders were closed but also the flow of information. Ordinary Armenians do not know anything about Turkey. They know that Turks killed 1.5 million Armenians 100 years ago, but they do not know modern Turks.” Yes, there are some Armenians who come to Turkey for work and trade, but they usually speak about money and the market, not about culture and society. So, if we are going to establish or re-establish normal relations, before that, there should be a campaign to raise awareness about the two countries: simple, human stories about people who live, work, fall in love, get married. … an agenda Do the presidents of both countries need to normalize relations? I think so. For Turkey, an open border with Armenia is a very good point for its EU membership ambitions. For Armenia, our government is stuck between the West and Russia. We can’t move anymore. One step toward any of those will signal danger from another side. Russia is now a very jealous and angry “strategic partner.” The West is too polite and slow during a crisis situation. So, the move toward Turkey will be the right one. It would move our foreign policy in a new direction and open new opportunities for business. However, this has been the first week in which top-officials spoke about each other without antagonism. The Armenian president met with Armenian diplomats last week and said everything should be done to convince the international community and Turkey of how important a Gyumri-Kars railway is. For the first time, the Turkish president did not ignore the existence of Armenia when talking about regional cooperation in the Caucasus. So, the only question is, how long will this Turkish-Armenian “game” last? Will it continue? And I don’t mean the next football game. I have started to learn Turkish in the US while working on my M.A. in communications. I feel that in the very near future I may need it.

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ÝSTANBUL: Ýstinye AFM Park: 11:15 13:35 15:55 18:15 20:35 Kozyataðý Wings Cinecity io: 10:30 11:15 13:15 15:15 17:15 19:15 21:15 ANKARA: Atakule On Tower: 11:30 12:30 13:15 14:15 15:15 17:15 19:15 21:15 Kýzýlay Büyülü Fener: 11:00 13:00 15:00 17:00 19:00 21:00 ÝZMÝR: AFM Bornova Forum: 11:15 13:15 15:15 17:15 19:15 21:15 AFM Maviþehir Ege Park: 11:30 13:45 16:00 18:15 20:45 ANTALYA: Cinebonus Migros: 11:30 13:30 15:30 17:30 19:30 21:30 Fri/Sat:24:00

ANAMORPH ÝSTANBUL: Beyoðlu Sinepop: 12:00 14:15 16:30 18:45 21:00 Niþantaþý Citylife: 11:45 14:15 16:45 19:15 21:45 Fri/Sat:24:00 Kadýköy Rexx: 11:15 13:45 16:15 18:45 21:00 ANKARA: Cinebonus Bilkent: 11:45 13:00 14:15 15:30 16:45 18:00 19:15 20:30 21:45 Fri/Sat:23:00 24:15 AFM Cepa: 12:00 14:25 16:50 19:20 21:45 ÝZMÝR: Cinebonus Konak Pier: 11:45 14:15 16:45 19:15 21:45 Fri/Sat:24:15

KING OF THE HILL ÝSTANBUL: Beyoðlu CineMajestic: 11:30 14:00 16:30 19:00 21:30 Levent Cinebonus Kanyon: 11:15 13:15 15:15 17:30 19:45 22:00 Fri/Sat:24:15 Altunizade Capitol Spec um 14: 11:45 13:50 16:00 18:15 20:50 Fri/Sat:23:00

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Goldmax 07:30 Going in Style 09:10 Welcome to Mooseport 11:00 Stand and Deliver 12:45 Zwartboek - Black Book 15:00 Say Anything… 16:40 My Girl 18:25 Dr. Dolittle 20:00 Lawrence of Arabia 23:45 Just Married 01:20 Reds

Brýtney Spears sweeps at VMAs A year after her disastrous comeback attempt at the MTV Video Music Awards, Britney Spears swept the event on Sunday, winning the first three "Moonman" statuettes of her career. The pop singer, whose career has been overshadowed in recent years by a litany of personal woes, took home the awards for video of the year, best pop video and best female video, all for the tune "Piece of Me." "I'm in shock right now," the 26-year-old starlet said, after taking the stage for the third time to receive the coveted award for video of the year. In her brief acceptance speeches, she doled out multiple thanks to God, her family and her fans. But the 25th annual broadcast of the lifestyle cable channel's flagship bash did not begin promisingly for

"Lollipop" for best hip-hop video. The show was hosted by British comedian Russell Brand, who is known for his scene-stealing turn as a lovably sleazy rock star in the romantic comedy "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." The awards were held in Los Angeles for the first time in a decade, on the historic studio lot of MTV's corporate sibling, Paramount Pictures. The lifestyle cable network used the faux city streets, rooftops, and sound stages all over the Paramount lot to show various performances. Last year, 7.1 million MTV viewers watched the festivities, according to Nielsen Media Research. While viewership was up from 5.8 million the year before, the numbers were a far cry from the record 12 million viewers for the 1999 version. Los Angeles Reuters

Spears. After weeks of speculation, the channel announced last week that Spears would open the ceremony and promised some surprises. All she did, however, was deliver four sentences, shielding her lower face with her microphone. "Thank you so much. Thank you for all the love. I'm here tonight to celebrate a very important birthday, the 25th anniversary of the VMAs. This is the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards and it starts right now." The audience, primed for fireworks, barely had time to digest her perfunctory delivery before R&B singer Rihanna belted out the first of many musical performances. Other winners included R&B singer Chris Brown's "With You" for best male video, Linkin Park's "Shadow of the Day" for best rock video, and rapper Lil Wayne's

Movýemax 06:55 K-PAX 08:55 Because of Winn-Dixie 10:50 Campus Confidential 12:25 Sybil 14:05 Getting Played 15:40 In America 17:30 Thank You For Smoking 19:20 Inside the Actors Studio: Ralph Fiennes 20:30 Barnyard 22:20 Live Free or Die Hard 00:40 Mayday 02:15 Barnyard 04:10 In America

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ÝSTANBUL: Ataköy Galleria Prestige: 12:00 14:00 16:00 18:00 20:00 22:00 Fri/Sat:24:00 Caddebostan AFM Budak: 10:50 13:00 15:10 17:20 19:30 21:40 Fri/Sat:23:50 Maltepe AFM Carrefour Park: 11:15 14:00 16:30 18:45 21:15 ANKARA AFM Ankamall: 11:30 14:00 16:10 18:30 21:00 Fri/Sat:23:30 AFM Cepa: 11:40 13:50 15:50 17:55 20:00 22:05

CNBC-E 18:10 Chuck 19:30 According To Jim 20:00 Two And A Half Men 20:30 The Big Bang Theory 21:00 Gossip Girl 22:00 Maid In Manhattan 24:00 Two And A Half Men 00:30 The Big Bang Theory 01:00 Gossip Girl 02:00 Maid In Manhattan 04:00 Two And A Half Men 04:30 The Big Bang Theory 05:00 Gossip Girl 06:10 Chuck

MGM Movýes 07:00 The Horse Soldiers 09:05 Return to Treasure Island 10:25 Money Talks 11:55 Dead Cert 13:35 The Wild Party 15:25 The Gallant Hours 17:25 The Defiant Ones 19:10 Diary of a Hitman 20:45 It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World 23:20 Dillinger 01:05 Birdman of Alcatraz 03:30 Mac

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E2 08:00 The Rachael Ray Show 09:00 The Martha Stewart Show 10:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 The Rachael Ray Show 13:00 The Martha Stewart Show 14:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 15:00 The O.C. 16:00 The Rachael Ray Show 17:00 The Martha Stewart Show 18:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 19:00 The O.C. 20:00 Desperate Housewives 21:00 24 22:15 The Sopranos 23:00 Late Night with Conan O'Brien 24:00 South Park 00:30 The Sopranos 01:30 Poker Royale 02:30 24 03:30 South Park 04:00 The Sopranos

in a solemn march. The pilgrims complete their circuit and return to the cathedral, having demonstrated once again a most remarkable piece of human and Christian heritage. Today is National Grandparents Day in the US. This day, held annually on the first Sunday after Labor Day, aims to honor grandparents, to give grandparents an opportunity to show love for their children's children and to help children become aware of the strength, information and guidance older people can offer. On this day in 1976, Mao Tse-Tung (b. 1893), the Chinese revolutionary leader, passed away. A memorial hall where Mao's body lies encased in crystal was opened on Tiananmen Square in Beijing on the first anniversary of his death. Today is the birthday of Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910). Russian novelist and moral philosopher, Leo Tolstoy was best known for his novels "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina." Tolstoy also wrote short stories, plays and essays. A member of the nobility, he condemned private property and championed nonviolent protest in his moral and religious writings. Tolstoy was the first to compile an "interreligious calendar," where he quoted passages from the holy texts of different religions. Today is the liberation day of the Ýzmir, Bornova, Balçova, Buca, Gaziemir, Karþýyaka and Menemen districts of Ýzmir province. The province and its districts were liberated in 1922 after three years of Greek occupation. By Kerim Balcý

08:00 Carpoolers 08:30 Two Guys & A Girl 09:00 In Case of Emergency 09:30 War At Home 10:00 Will & Grace 10:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 11:00 Til Death 12:00 America's Funniest Home Videos 12:30 Third Rock From the Sun 13:00 King of The Hill 13:30 The Game 14:00 Carpoolers 14:30 Two Guys & A Girl 15:00 In Case of Emergency 15:30 War At Home 16:00 Will & Grace 16:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 17:00 Til Death 18:00 America's Funniest Home Videos 18:30 Third Rock From the Sun 19:00 King of The Hill 19:30 The Game 20:00 Carpoolers 20:30 Two Guys & A Girl 21:00 Will & Grace 21:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 22:00 Til Death 23:00 Weeds 23:30 Chappelle's Show 00:00 Carpoolers

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Today is the national day of the Democratic People's Republic of [North] Korea (DPRK). On this day in 1948, the DPRK was founded. In the aftermath of the Japanese occupation of Korea, which ended with Japan's defeat in World War II, the Soviet Union took the surrender of Japanese forces and controlled the area north of the 38th parallel while the United States controlled the area south of the parallel. The Soviets and Americans disagreed on the implementation of joint trusteeship over Korea, with each establishing its socioeconomic and political system upon its jurisdiction, leading, in 1948, to the establishment of ideologically opposed governments and in the end different states. Today Luxembourg holds a ceremony commemorating the liberation of grand duchy by the Allied forces in 1944. A special ceremony is held at the monument of the American soldier. Today is the day of Historical Procession in Tournai, Belgium. This traditional cultural observance is held annually on the Sunday closest to Sept. 8. The historic city of Tournai, with its famous five-tower cathedral, was gripped by a disastrous plague in 1092. According to legend, many lives were lost until the miraculous intervention of the Virgin Mary. Since that time, a procession has been held in her honor, beginning with high mass at the cathedral. The procession then leads down a winding course through the old streets of Tournai with shrines, statues and other religious art treasures carried on the shoulders of the faithful,

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Today is Chrysanthemum Day in Japan. This traditional Chrysanthemum Festival is one of the five sacred festivals of ancient Japan. A wondrous display of chrysanthemum varieties is presented on this day. Figures of trained chrysanthemums are exhibited, chrysanthemum wine is drunk and, in Korea, chrysanthemum cakes are eaten. An interesting custom associated with this festival is that of putting cotton wool on chrysanthemum flowers on the festival day's eve. The next morning, the cotton, now wet with either dew or frost, is removed and the body wiped with it. This is known as "cotton nursing of the chrysanthemum" and shows the desire both to protect the flowers and to use the dew of the early frosts to cure the ailments of humankind. Today's date is known as the Double-Yang in Taiwan because the number "9" is a special number dedicated to the "yang" principle of the sun. This day is also called the "Double Ninth." In Singapore, this day is observed as the Festival of the Nine Imperial Gods. The main focus of activities is the festival in which devotees consume a vegetarian diet for one to 12 days. The first day is marked by a procession to a river or the sea to "fetch the Nine Imperial Gods." After this ritual, devotees crowd through the temple doors. Inside the temple, food offerings are placed on the altar and some Chinese operas are performed. Today is Tajikistan's Independence Day. On this day in 1991, Tajikistan declared independence from the Soviet Union.

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18 TODAY’S ZAMAN

T U E S D AY, S E P T E M B E R 9 , 2 0 0 8

TODAY’S LEARNING TIME

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.” Blaise Pascal

OSMAN TURHAN

elementary READING

The Hindenburg airship

ILLUSTRATIONS

Many years ago there were airships in the skies. Airships were large balloons. They were full of gas to keep them in the air, but the gas was dangerous and burned quickly. One of the largest airships was called the Hindenburg. This was a German airship. It was 245 meters long and it carried more than 100 people. It could move through the sky at 120 kilometer an hour. Its journey across the Atlantic took a week. The Hindenburg had 16 bags of gas inside it. When the airship was on the ground these bags were empty. When the pilot of the airship wanted to leave the ground, he filled the bags with gas. For four months in 1935 the Hindenburg flew every week between Germany and America. Most of the passengers were rich people. They liked the Hindenburg because, although the journey cost a lot of money, it was very comfortable. On 6 May 1935 when the Hindenburg was landing in America, it caught fire and crashed. The people on the ground could do nothing to help the passengers in the airship. 34 people died.97 people jumped to the ground and lived. For many years after the Hindenburg crash everyone stopped using airships. They thought they were too dangerous. Nowadays, however, there are new gases that do not burn quickly. Some people think that there will soon be many airships in the skies again because they are much cleaner and quieter than planes.

Activity: Circle the correct answer. Mr. Smith is a taxi driver. Do you know _____?

A.

him

C. his

a. Please fill the ……..glasses with water. b. Sue …………the highest on sports day. c. Don’t touch that hot metal. You’ll ………….yourself. d. I’m always worried about flying. I hope the plane ………on time.

D. she

2. Our children love the zoo. We take ______ there every summer holiday. A.

they

B. him

C. she

D. them

3.

Mary drives an old car. She takes good care of _____.

A.

them

4.

Kimberly and _____ don’t know Mr. Brown.

A.

I

5.

Jake bought _____ girlfriend an expensive bag.

A.

him

B. it B. her B. her

READING

Morning or Evening? I am a fitness freak. Everyone should exercise for good mental and physical health. My main problem is getting up at 5:00 a.m., to get to the health club before work. If it is too difficult to drag my aching body out of bed, I wait until early evening. Whether or not one time was better for me had never occurred to me. The experts say that morning workouts are beneficial because people are more likely to stick to a routine that won’t be sidelined by social plans. Some say you burn more fat in the morning because you haven’t eaten yet. Others state that evening workouts are more effective because your body is already warmed-up, and you can last longer. I am no expert, but there are cer-

PART 1: Choose and write the correct word

1.

B. her

advanced

C. him C. me C. their

heavy/empty ran/jumped burn/cut crashes/lands

PART 2: Complete these sentences, using the words from the box passengers comfortable journey land crashed gas passengers burning a. The Hindenburg airship ………on 6 May 1935. b. The Hindenburg carried 16 bags of…….. c. Many ……..died in the Hindenburg crash. d. How many ………does this airship carry? e. I’m tired. I have had a long ……….. f. What time will we ………in America? g. Is your chair……….? h. What’s that I can smell? Is something……….?

D. her D. us D. his

ýntermedýate READING

Activity: Preposition Practice

Going up

Complete the following sen-

The world would be a very different place if someone hadn’t invented the lift. There would be few, if any, high rise buildings because people would refuse to climb many stairs. By the time workers reached their offices on the top floors of a tower building, it would be time to go home - if they were not too tired for the long walk down! The first lift that we know about was used by the Greek scientist, Archimedes, in about 230 BC. It was a simple platform that could be pulled up and down with a rope. A lift like this was used much later, in the twelfth century, by priests who lived on the top of a mountain at Metereo in Greece. Because they were frightened of thieves, the priests had not built any stairs up the mountain. The only way up was by lift, which the priests worked from the top of the mountain. A few hundred years later, a Frenchman, Villayer, invented ‘a flying chair’ which still used a rope and a platform, but it also used a counterweight in a shaft. This was the first lift shaft. A number of rich people had these ‘flying chairs’ built in their homes, including Queen Anne of

tain advantages and disadvantages to both times. Here they are: Morning Pros - I don’t have to fret about exercising the rest of the day. - I am more apt to eat healthily the rest of the day. - There are no crowds to use the machines. Morning Cons - Getting up early is no fun. - There aren’t any classes offered in the early morning. - For some reason, if I exercise in the morning, I am starving the rest of the day, regardless of how much I eat. Evening Pros - Lots of classes. - I never want to eat afterwards. - I can stay in bed later in the morning. - I seem to have more energy in the evenings. Evening Cons - It’s an uphill climb for me to blow off my guitar for the exercise bicycle. - I have all day to talk myself out of doing it. - After finishing, all I want to do is hit the hay. If you prefer to exercise in the morning, will you please call me, so I’ll get my butt out of bed!

tences by circling the correct preposition. 1.I am not accustomed (to, in, on) staying out late on weeknights because I have always had to

PART 1: Vocabulary Fill in the blanks with the correct letters. 1. freak _____ a. addict b. idiot c. hater d. writer 2. to drag _____ a. to push b. to pull easily c. to pull with difficulty d. to throw 3. to stick to _____ a. to discontinue b. to continue c. to find d. to invent 4. to be sidelined _____ a. to be postponed b. to be scheduled c. to be divorced d. to begin 5. to fret _____ a. to play b. to make up c. to resist d. to worry 6. to be starving _____ a. to have a huge appetite b. to not feed c. to be hungry d. to be on a diet 7. uphill climb Something that is: a. very difficult b. simple c. funny d. deadly 8. to blow off a. to go to b. to be silly c. to choose not to attend d. to insult 9. to hit the hay _____ a. to feed animals b. to do farm work c. to give birth to d. to go to bed 10. butt _____ a. head b. rear c. back d. wrist

wake up early in the mornings 2.Sarah is not capable (for, to, of) managing the team. She isn’t as-

PART 2: Answer the questions. 1. When does the author get up in the morning to exercise?___________________________ 2. Why is morning exercise better for people?______________________________________

sertive enough.

3. When are there no offered classes?________________________________________

England in Windsor Castle and Louis XVI of France at Versailles. Unfortunately Louis’s daughter was badly hurt while using one of the chairs, and Villayer disappeared, afraid that would be punished. The main problem for lift designers was that either humans or animals were needed to pull the ropes. This problem was not solved until the discovery of steam power. However, even steam-powered lifts were not always safe because they also used ropes which sometimes broke. If the rope broke – which it sometimes did –

the lift fell to the ground and the people inside were killed or hurt. This problem was solved in 1854 when an American, Elisha Otis, invented something that stopped the lift from falling if the rope broke. At first Otis lifts were used only in factories, then in 1857 he built one in a large New York store. The Otis company is still one of the largest makers of lifts in the world. Nowadays lifts use electric power and are completely safe. They also travel very quickly. Some lifts travel faster than 60 kilometers an hour.

3.Sharon apologized (to, about, of) the teacher (of, to, for) being

4. When does the author have more energy?________________________________________ 5. After evening exercise, what does the author want to do?___________________________

late to class. 4.When I was young, I used (to,

Activity: Connect the Sentences

for, at) go for long walks in the

Choose the correct answer to complete the sentences.

forest with my great grandfather.

1. _______ aspects of his talk have global applications.

5.I lost my best friends ring. I

A. One of the

Paragraph 1 ……..We need lifts in our high-rise buildings. Paragraph 2 ……..The best lift was designed in Metereo in Greece. Paragraph 3 ……..The ‘flying chair’ was an early lift in a shaft but it failed when it fell and one of the French princesses hurt herself. Paragraph 4 ……..Lifts became safer with steam power. Paragraph 5 ……..Electric lifts today are safe and fast.

me (to, on for) losing it because

A. has admired and criticized. B. has been admired and criticized.

D. Although some of the

she had inherited from her grand-

C. is been admired.

mother.

3. After a day’ work in the art room, the _______ were covered with paint.

PART 2: Choose and write the correct word

D. have been admired and criticized.

B. students hands

C. students’ hands D. student’s hand

4.Special airplane fares for tourists make travel _______ than ever before.

a. Watch out for the ……..It could burn your skin.

platform/steam

A. expensive and attractive

B. less expensive and more attractive

C. less expensive but attractive b. My mother used to work in a ………but now she works in an office.

factory/company

c. ……………..Mavis did not pass her exams.

badly/unfortunately

D. less expensive therefore attractive

5. _____ people study Latin seriously, while most seem to prefer Spanish, Italian and the like. A. Little

B. Few

C. Many

D. Much of

YESTERDAY’S ANSWER KEY:

VOCABULARY Must Have TOEFL Words permeate (verb) To spread or flow throughout; to pass through or penetrate The smell of cooking permeated the entire apartment building. Parts of speech: permeation (noun) rotate (verb) To turn around; to take turns in sequence The planet rotates on its axis once every 14 Earth days. The children rotate classroom responsibilities on a weekly basis. Parts of speech: rotation (noun) solar (adjective) Of, or relating to, the sun The ancient society kept time with a solar calendar. source (noun) The point of origin or creation The reporter was unable to identify the source of the information for his story. Parts of speech: source (verb) trigger (verb) To set off or initiate I was certain any mention of politics would trigger a big argument. Parts of speech: trigger (noun)

C. Any of the

2. The American way of life _______.

A. student’s hands

PART 1: Write T for true or F for false

B. Some of

don’t think she will ever forgive

Pun of the Day A bicycle can't stand on its own because it is two-tired. Facts of the Day

ELEMENTARY: (Part 1) 1.T 2.F 3.T 4.T 5.T (Part 2) a.begin b.building c.visit d.broken (Activity) 1.waitress 2.teacher 3.clown 4.pilot 5.entertainer INTERMEDIATE: (Part 1) 1.F 2.T 3.T 4.T 5.F (Part 2) a.wires b.ability c.extra d.entertainer (Activity) 1.c 2.a 3.b 4.b 5.c ADVANCED: (Part 1) 1.d 2.a 3.c 4.b 5.c 6.a 7.a 8.c 9.d 10.b (Part 2) 1.Occasionally 2.They should be acceptable as long as they are understood 3.Criminology lecturer 4.To facilitate comprehension 5.George Bernard Shaw (Activity) 1.a 2.c 3.a 4.c 5.c

It takes 17 muscles to smile, and 43 to frown. Photophobia is the fear of fear. Most Often Misspelled Words In English fiery The silent "e" on "fire" is also cowardly: it retreats inside the word rather than face the suffix -y. foreign Here is one of several words that violate the i-before-e rule. (See "believe" above.)

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