Monday, August 24, 2020

Hanoi and Dear Tom

Topic1: compose a postcard to your companion, delineating for him/her about where you spend your vacation Dear giap, This is an image of MyKhe sea shore. It is beautiful,in the ocean sight looks romanticly. The sun shone when I and my father were taking a stroll on the sea shore. Despite what might be expected, when it rise (rose) (sentence structure), the sparkle of day break was stunning brilliant red however it was not extraordinary warmth. At the point when the sun started to show up, simultaneously I had (bo 1 had) (tense) breakfast with shrimps which are enormous and new. Food was modest and delightful. Resorts was(were) agreeable and helpful as my home. I am glad and wish you were here with me.I trust we would meet each other soon. Topic2: Kumiko ia a Japanese understudy who visits HCM city on an investigation visit. She compose a postcard to her companion at home delineating for him/her about the city and how she lives and studies Dear Kazuko, How right? I trust you and your family are well. I’m doing a VietNamese language course. I meet a few focal points and drawbacks when coming to live and concentrate here. The principal hindrance, I got troubles when speaking with numerous individuals since everybody communicates in VietNamese. At that point, I reach(reached) (tense) stalemate about searching for settlement on the grounds that HCM city is very crowded.I still miss the Japanese food albeit VietNamese nourishments are flavorful and modest. I despite everything don't adjust to them ( I don’t comprehend what you mean). Here, Pho is the most famous food among the populace. I recongnize Pho is for the most part normally had for breakfast. I additionally like it, (I like it, too)especially Pho Ga (Pho with chicken). Be that as it may, there are a few favorable circumstances. I meet(met) some Janpanese cohorts. Also, teachers are exceptionally enthusiastic. I can ask them inquiries at whenever. Next to, VietNamese schoolmates are cordial and they help me to such an extent. Viet Nam has numerous extraordinary things so I wish you will visit VN on close day.See you soon Topic3: you are traveling to another country for study. Compose a letter to him/her to bid farewell letting him know/her how feel on heading the news. Dear Tom, It is a decent astonishment to hear that I am traveling to another country for study. This is superb news (sentence structure) yet I miserable as well as qualmish and stress in spite of the fact that I’m happy,too (incomprehensible: lung cung va mau thuan). Do you know the motivation behind why? I am cheerful in light of the fact that it was(is) the open door I had been(was ) hanging tight for. I’ll be(bo tobe) drew closer with new training which (to)improve my insight. I’ll have a superior confirmation however I am worry(worrying). In what capacity will I live alone in a far country?I am miserable and qualmish on the grounds that I don’t need to be away from my little f amily, my companions and pretty neighbors. I don’t know how I will begin new life? I fear crying and missing everything. Hic! I am going to bid farewell to you! Care for yourself! I trust the time will quick slip by . (I will) return with you and everybody on winter occasion. Make a decent attempt!!! See you soon. Topic4: Last Sunday you didn’t go out in light of the fact that it came down the entire day along. Compose a letter to your companion what you did on that day. Dear Tom, You know, last Sunday I expected to visit you however it was pouring down like there's no tomorrow so I needed to remain in throughout the day long.I needed to discover something to do. Right off the bat, I tidied up my room since it was grimy and chaotic. Afterward, I prepared lunch with my Mum. We completed soon, a supper of lunch was tasty with Pho hamburger. My Dad commended us. I felt cheerful and warm. After lunch my more youthful sister helped me washing dishes. After that I returned t o my room and sat in front of the TV however there was no intriguing chanel. I read ceaselessly the novel which I like best and I felt sleeping. Toward the evening , I got up when it was all the while pouring . I played game online with my quite more youthful sister.It was soon dim and after I had dinner(As soon as, my family eaten after) I did a few schoolworks (sentence structure). At the point when I had completed it I tuned in to music. I heard the song† My heart will go on†. The tune that you and I like best. I trust, next Sunday it won't downpour and I guarantee I will visit you. Topic5: you are hosting a birthday get-together. Compose a letter to welcome a companion to the gathering Dear Tom I am hosting a supper get-together on Saturday. It is on November, seventh . I wonder in the event that you are free on that day? Since regular you are occupied for your considering. We have not conversed with one another about(in) two weeks.However that day is a night of end of the week so I trust you will give me a brief period to take an interest in my birthday celebration. You will be the most uncommon visitor. We will have numerous things to talk together. You know, I made a unique arrangement for this significant gathering. I will hold a gathering in my pretty nursery. The menu has five dishes that I wager you’ll like them since I ‘ll cook them without anyone else. They are shrimp soup, broiled hamburger, grilled meat, Indian curry, noodles and snails. After that we will move and talk together in a(an) intriguing room that I will have finished it. I welcome just twenty individuals. I am anticipating your presence.See you at that point. Subject 6: compose a letter to tell your sibling/sister/companion what you will do next Sunday Dear Tom, Guess what! Next Sunday I am going to visit a few places that I had made arrangement. Since I have not been acceptable as of late. It was seven days in length trip. First(firstly), I’ll go to H a Noi capital where visit some closest companion. On a similar event I will eat fresh shrimp baked good. That food I go to Ha Noi. I consistently eat without fail( lan nao toi cung a mon banh tom). Despite the fact that Banh Tom is accessible pretty much wherever in our nation yet it is the best to have it at Ho Tay eatery on the banks of Truc Bach lake.Besides, I am attached to eating Trang Tien ice. After I will visit uncle Ho gallery. The remainder of 3 days I will go to Hai Phong city. The city is well known with the period of colorful. There are numerous avenues full ostentatious( nhung khu pho o day rop. mauvang cua hoa fuong? ). Come here, I just go to Do Son sea shore. The landscapes are extremely sentimental and excellent. They cause me to feel easily. I will take numerous photos to make memory. See you soon Topic7: compose a letter to welcome your companion to a gathering Dear Giap Can we get together for a gathering on Monday at 2p. m, if that’s conceivable? How ar e you and your family?What the issue with all the fixings. I wonder would you say you are free con that day? Quite a while back we don’t have opportunity to know together. I trust you will attempt to go to the gathering. First we will gather at my home. We can hold a little gathering outside on the off chance that you need. My home has a truly little nursery. I believe that is a smart thought. Do you concur with us? We’ll talk individually about everything( chung ta se noi cho nhau biet ve moi thu cua tung nguoi quip). After we will visit a few instructors at senior secondary school. I wager with you that day our cohorts are full. So you should orchestrate the significant meeting.In specific, if screen absents from the gathering you will be shun. I trust meeting you the sooner the better. Theme 8: a kid/young lady has simply send a present on your birthday. You compose a thank you letter Dear Giap, It was pleasant of you to give me a present on my birthday. I wonder fo r what reason do you know my birthday. You made me felt suddenly and more astonishment it was a thing that I like best. You know, amazingly! It was delightful and progressively awesome when I got it on my birthday. I upbeat as well as be moved. I don’t realize how tell thank you for this a unique present?I just tell thank you so much for sure. I will visit you on close to day, when I can. I wager we will have numerous things to talk together. Especially, you should reveal to me the motivation behind why do you know my birthday? See you soon. Topic9: A companion of yours has purchased another house in HCM city and needs to know something about the town he. she will live. Compose a letter to let him know. her what's in store. Dear Tung, I realize you have quite recently purchased a little house in my city I think you are new to the environmental factors when your family move here. You need to know something about the city you are presently going to live. I live here rather long .So I know a few points of interest and weaknesses when living in a major city and swarmed as HCM. HCM city is one of the most significant and present day in Viet Nam. Issue of instruction for your youngsters is simple. What's to come is themselves and examining is the most significant thing. Here, you can search for everything without any problem. On the off chance that you have great capability you will go after position easily,too. What's more, your advancement isn’t troublesome. Nonetheless, this city has a few drawbacks. For example, populace is packed on the grounds that the air isn’t clean. Waterways is dirtied and smell felid. I said that it is packed in light of the fact that you are consistently get caughtin the times of heavy traffic traffic.The cost is costly. The expense of everything is in every case consistently increment. As I would like to think, you can purchased protection for things that you need. Other than you can store your investment funds in ba nk on the off chance that you need to guarantee for your family. Do you plan to settle in HCM city? What is your opinion about HCM city? Possibly your new house is pleasant, I suspect as much. I’ll visit you on close to day and expectation your family and mine have a gathering. I expect the individuals in your family become acclimated to new life rapidly. To wish your family bliss. To meet again the sooner the better. Topic10: you have a letter from a companion who said she/he would be going to your city.Write 80 words. How would you do when your family come. Dear Tom, I’m so happy to get notification from you. It is uplifting news that you may be in my city for a couple week’s time and visited me. At the point when you go to my city I will get you at the Quang Ngai station. You don’t stress over inn. My home has numerous rooms and I prepaired a space for you. You just come here movement easily. I will lead you go to the My Khe sea shore and Thien A mount ain. We can take a few photos to make memory. Would you like to visit Dung Quat wharf? It’s enormous and lovely. I’ll lead you go to visit Vina

Saturday, August 22, 2020

50 College Problems Every Student Will Understand

50 College Problems Every Student Will Understand While there are unending school issues that each understudy will comprehend, here are the best 50 that most of us have needed to manage, or as of now are. Social clumsiness and the individual difficulties to conquer it. The exceptional constrain that originates from family to exceed expectations and succeed; to settle on colossal decisions under coercion. Gaining weight in the principal half of green beans year, at that point battling like hellfire to get it off before summer. Being compelled to take elective classes or different sorts of classes that have literally nothing to do with your picked vocation way. The cost of school doesn't rise to the value of a degree to any rational degree. BTW, we realize how to diminish costs for credits. The strain to date during school, regardless of whether it’s not a need. That it is so difficult to intrigue teachers and assemble important associations with them. That it is so hard to compensate for early GPA botches. Expositions Every. Single. Day. All things considered, with this one we can help. Being the just one in your whole residence building that’s concentrating on a Friday or Saturday night. Shuffling such huge numbers of obligations without a moment's delay. Managing the strain to drink excessively or do things that are useless just to dazzle individuals. Exploring school social culture when all is said in done. Tuning in to individuals groan and gripe about their classes excessively. Inadvertently getting marked with an inappropriate group. At the point when all the seats at the talk are taken, so you’re compelled to stop it in the walkway. Joining late for classes you truly need and discovering their full. For what reason is the school site so confounding and difficult to explore? Stopping is excessively costly! Flat mates from damnation that you’re stayed with for an entire year. Dormitory corridor screens with power trips and a self image issue. Teacher’s pets that make it difficult to remain centered in class. Facebook, Insta, Snapchat. At the point when you picked an inappropriate college, and it ends up being simply a costly and celebrated junior college. Excessively sexual flat mates that are either continually having intercourse or jerking off. Individuals that scarcely need to do anything or study they despite everything show signs of improvement grades. Teachers that carry their own issues with them to class and your evaluation winds up addressing the cost. Flat mates that consistently leave for the end of the week yet neglect to kill their caution for Saturday mornings. At the point when all endeavors to get some quality concentrating in at the library transforms into simply a gauntlet of people viewing. It’s a senior year, you despite everything still can't seem to like your major. The class sounded so magnificent, yet then it worked out that the educator has this weird complement you can scarcely comprehend. Having to really consider when you concentrate abroad. That one day you stroll to class looking your most horrible, and each provocative individual nearby happens to walk the other way. At the point when you burn through many dollars on books just to at that point wind up dropping out of the class since it wasn’t what you thought. You’re in school, and you turn 21, yet you’re so broke you can’t even stand to purchase a six pack. The measure of obligation most alumni need to manage after school. The present place of employment market of the cutting edge world is upsetting, but there is more weight than any other time in recent memory to get the regular old degrees. Being up to speed in different people’s school relationship and school show to the point that it begins to hinder your own school understanding. At the point when you burn through all Sunday packing for a test you thought was on Monday yet that day ended up being an occasion, or the educator drops class. At the point when you sense that you should feature pretty much each and every sentence in the book. At the point when what you thought was a major city school ends up being the main thing around. When you’re in an abstract class considering emotional things yet the teacher goes about as thought their feelings are all inclusive. Friday night and early Monday morning classes are the most noticeably awful. Dismissal letters that just won’t quit coming and truly have neither rhyme nor reason. Lease. Tuning in to individuals continue endlessly about their encounters while concentrating abroad, none of which can be demonstrated. Lease a-cops giving understudies trouble. Managing the money related guide office. Cafeteria food is excessively stuffing however tastes so great. Look at certain plans for simple to prepare nourishment for understudies. At the point when everybody realizes that individual you revere is a finished failure. Such a significant number of issues, some more interesting and more irritating than others, can spring up. What do you believe, is there anything we missed? What sorts of school issues would you say you are handling and how could you defeated them?

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Wernickes Area Location and Function

Wernicke's Area Location and Function Theories Cognitive Psychology Print Wernickes Area Location and Function By Kendra Cherry facebook twitter Kendra Cherry, MS, is an author, educational consultant, and speaker focused on helping students learn about psychology. Learn about our editorial policy Kendra Cherry Reviewed by Reviewed by Amy Morin, LCSW on October 28, 2019 facebook twitter instagram Amy Morin, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, author of the bestselling book 13 Things Mentally Strong People Dont Do, and a highly sought-after speaker. Learn about our Wellness Board Amy Morin, LCSW on October 28, 2019 More in Theories Cognitive Psychology Behavioral Psychology Developmental Psychology Personality Psychology Social Psychology Biological Psychology Psychosocial Psychology Wernickes area is the region of the brain that is important for language development. It is located in the temporal lobe on the left side of the brain and is responsible for the comprehension of speech, while Brocas area is related to the production of speech. Language development  or usage can be seriously impaired by damage to Wernickes area of the brain. When this area of the brain is damaged, a disorder known as Wernickes aphasia  can result, with the person being able to speak in phrases that sound fluent yet lack meaning. Location While the location of Wernickes area is sometimes displayed visually as being in the left cerebral hemisphere near a large groove known as the lateral sulcus, the exact location of this region is still debated. Wernickes area is usually thought to be located in the back part of the temporal lobe, although the exact location can vary. It is most frequently found in the left hemisphere of the brain, but not always. Brain Anatomy Lobes, Structures, and Functions How Wernicke’s Area Was Discovered Early neuroscientists were interested in discovering where certain abilities were localized in the brain. This localization of brain function suggests that certain abilities, such as producing and understanding language, are controlled by certain parts of the brain. One of the pioneers of this research was a French neurologist named Paul Broca. During the early 1870s, Paul Broca discovered a region of the brain associated with the production of spoken language. He found that damage to this area resulted in problems producing language. Broca described how one patient known as Leborgne could understand language although he could not speak aside from isolated words and a few other utterances. When Leborgne died, Broca conducted a postmortem exam on the mans brain and found a lesion in an area of the frontal lobe. This area of the brain is now referred to as Brocas area and is associated with the production of speech. About 10 years later, a neurologist named Carl Wernicke identified a similar type of problem in which patients were able to speak but were not able to actually comprehend language. Examining the brains of patients suffering from this language problem revealed lesions at a junction of the parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes. This region of the brain is now known as Wernickes area and is associated with the understanding of spoken and written language. Wernickes Aphasia When Wernicke’s area is damaged by trauma or disease, a language aphasia can result. An aphasia is an impairment of language that affects an individuals ability to comprehend and produce both spoken and written communication. This type of aphasia is known as Wernickes aphasia but is also sometimes referred to as fluent aphasia, sensory aphasia, or receptive aphasia. Wernickes aphasia is a language disorder that impacts language comprehension and the production of meaningful language due to damage to the Wernickes area of the brain. According to the National Aphasia Association, people with Wernickes aphasia can frequently produce speech that sounds normal and grammatically correct. The actual content of this speech makes little sense. Non-existent and irrelevant words are often included in the sentences that these individuals produce. Symptoms of Wernickes aphasia include: Making up meaningless wordsProducing sentences that do not make senseSpeaking in a way that sounds normal but lacks meaningDifficulty repeating words or phrases  Being unaware of problems with speech Individuals with Wernickes aphasia have difficulty understanding spoken language but are able to produce sounds, phrases, and word sequences. While these utterances have the same rhythm as normal speech, they are not a language because no information is conveyed. This type of aphasia affects both spoken and written language. In order to better understand how damage to Wernicke’s area affects language, it might be helpful to view  a video clip  of an individual with Wernicke’s aphasia. The National Aphasia Association estimates that around 25â€"40% of people who have had a stroke also experience some type of aphasia. Strokes are one of the most common causes, but Wernickes aphasia can also be the result of traumatic brain injury, neurological disorders, brain tumors, and brain infections. Modern Views It was originally believed that Wernickes area was responsible for making meaningful speech, while Brocas area was believed to be responsible for actually turning speech into comprehensible vocalizations.   Today, researchers understand that language comprehension and production is a complex process that involves a network of different regions of the brain. For example, studies suggest that Wernickes area plays a role in the comprehension of meaningful speech as well as a part in speech production itself.   Not only that, evidence suggests that damage to Wernickes area of the brain does not always result in problems with language comprehension. Based on such evidence, it is clear that language involves more than just one or two different regions of the brain. Left Brain vs. Right Brain: The Surprising Truth

Friday, May 22, 2020

effect of gangsterism - 1557 Words

2.0 Effect of Gangsterism Gangsterisms is a social phenomenon that occurs widely among the youth in our country. With the rapid rise of this problem, gangsterisms have much negative impact on individuals, families, and communities. 2.1 Individual In term of individual, student who involves themselves with gangsterism will face bad consequences in their life including having a dark future. Thus, their future might be threatened due to the result of their behavior. Most probably they will be detained because somehow they able to create chaotic scene in their surroundings. This will also affect their life as they unable to perform their study in higher level and they might spend their teenage years in juvenile school or†¦show more content†¦She would remind him of the effects his lifestyle is having on her and his younger brothers, though he ignored her. Once, however, there was a retaliation attack on his family home after he fought with another gangster. The rival gang threatened his mother with death and trashed his family s home. This incident was SB s first experience of the dangerous consequences that being a gangster could have for one s family. As a gangster, his mother s voice stayed in his head, admonishing him about his lifestyle. My mother s voice, yes ... Her voice was the only voice that even now helps. She was always there, even when I went to jail. She would always talk, even scold, and say I am not putting you out because you are a gangster, it is because I do not agree with what you do.’ (Daniels, Doria and Adams, Quinton. July 1, 2010: 45-60) By the conduct of themselves, their families gangster actors also get impact. The community will lose faith in the family, but the family s honor is scratched with teen action like menconteng arang ke muka . This may affect the future of other siblings and even worse if the affected family members who are emotionally and unable to handle the pressure from society. 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Thursday, May 7, 2020

The Unjust American Freedom - 1447 Words

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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper Free Essays

Jerry L. Robinson ECO/372 JUNE 07, 2012 CHAD McDermott Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper Gross domestic product: is the value of all goods and services produced in a country in any given year or specific time period. This is measured in dollar amounts and basically the higher the GDP, the better the economy is for that country. We will write a custom essay sample on Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper or any similar topic only for you Order Now Real gross domestic product: is nominal Gross domestic product that has been adjusted for inflation. This means that the quantity of goods and services must have the converted values for the prices to be made at the market price. The market price also sets the importance of how things will be purchased on the market. Nominal gross domestic product: is Gross domestic product that is calculated at existing prices. That means that the GDP is affected when the economy does when the output is measured for inflation. This is when prices for goods and services are either going to be higher or lower because of inflation. Unemployment rate: is the total percentage of workforce, who is unemployed and looking for a paid job. When the unemployment rate is up then there are less jobs out there for the people that are looking for employment. This in turn affects the businesses that had to lay off the workers due to low productivity; this also has an effect on the government because unemployment benefits aren’t taxable. Inflation rate: is the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services are rising over a period of time. Inflation rate can also affect how families operate on a daily basis, inflation rate goes up, prices go up and the spending goes down. People don’t shop as much when the inflation rate has gone up, because the value of the dollar doesn’t go as far when the inflation rate has risen. Interest rate: The interest rate is the amount that a person pays back over and above the principle that has been borrowed from a lending institution. Most banks will lend you money at a low interest rate for a number of different things, it can be a low interest rate for a home, a car, or even to start your own business. Low interest rates, also affects the companies that build the factories that produce the jobs for us. The purchasing of groceries is an important economic activity that affects our government in many different ways. Because when our families go to the grocery store to make the groceries that feeds our families, we give the grocery store cashier our cash and they give us a receipt and our groceries, this is just one of the economic activities that are very important to our economy. This activity effects our government because this is a transaction that is taxed and whenever there is a transaction made that is taxed, this effects the government. The government is the regulators or approving authority of what is taxed and where the tax money goes. Massive layoff of employees is another one of our economic activities that’s very important to our economy as well, these particular activities can and does affect a variety of economic grow in our country and around the world. When the massive layoffs begin, this does a number of things really fast, if you have no job, you have no income to do the grocery shopping for your family. If you can’t do the grocery shopping for your family, then the government doesn’t get the taxes from the purchasing of your groceries. If the government does get the taxes from the purchasing of your groceries, that means the stores aren’t making the money that they would usually make due to the massive layoff of employees. Also the factories that gave the massive layoffs will give employee the pink slip so that they can file for unemployment, when they apply for the unemployment benefits, they government will not get the taxes from the unemployment benefits because this isn’t taxable. So basically, massive layoffs not only affect the worker, but it also affects the government and the factory owner and shareholders as well. Decrease in taxes is a very important economic activity that affects many different areas of our lives, how we live, and how our families operate on a day to day basis. We pay taxes on just about everything, so when a decrease in taxes occurs, this lets us know that when the taxes goes down, a deflation in our economy happens and we tend to spend more money because we know that as long as there is a decrease in taxes we have a little more money to purchase things. This affects the businesses as well, because if the taxes are low they can spend more money on the things that they use to run the factories our buy more ink that produces the paper from the paper factory. This activity affects the government as well, because if the taxes go down there is less money that the government receives from the different factories and or businesses that pays these taxes. This will also trigger a change in our economy in some different form or fashion. If taxes are going down, then you can best assure that inflation or the unemployment rate or both will be affected by this particular economic activity. The flow of resources from one entity to another is very important, because this is the flow that makes all of our economic activities so not only in our country but other countries as well. The flow of resources goes a little something like this for all of the economic activities that are listed above. Household is the first flow of this, which is considered consumption, factor market is next on the list of importance, business production is where we go to work to make the products that in return pays the bills and buys the groceries. The goods market again, where we purchase the stuff from the wages that were made from the factories. Then the flow brings you back to the household so we can pay the rent or mortgage that is taxed by the government in order for them to continue to run our economy and hopefully to lower inflation and the unemployment rate. How to cite Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Paper, Papers

Monday, April 27, 2020

The Character Of Macbeth Essays - Social Philosophy,

The Character of Macbeth Macbeth is presented as a mature man of definitely established character, successful in certain fields of activity and enjoying an enviable reputation. We must not conclude, there, that all his volitions and actions are predictable; Macbeth's character, like any other man's at a given moment, is what is being made out of potentialities plus environment, and no one, not even Macbeth himself, can know all his inordinate self-love whose actions are discovered to be-and no doubt have been for a long time- determined mainly by an inordinate desire for some temporal or mutable good. Macbeth is actuated in his conduct mainly by an inordinate desire for worldly honors; his delight lies primarily in buying golden opinions from all sorts of people. But we must not, therefore, deny him an entirely human complexity of motives. For example, his fighting in Duncan's service is magnificent and courageous, and his evident joy in it is traceable in art to the natural pleasure which accompanies the explosive expenditure of prodigious physical energy and the euphoria which follows. He also rejoices no doubt in the success which crowns his efforts in battle - and so on. He may even conceived of the proper motive which should energize back of his great deed: The service and the loyalty I owe, In doing it, pays itself. But while he destroys the king's enemies, such motives work but dimly at best and are obscured in his consciousness by more vigorous urges. In the main, as we have said, his nature violently demands rewards: he fights valiantly in order that he may be reported in such terms a "valour's minion" and "Bellona's bridegroom"' he values success because it brings spectacular fame and new titles and royal favor heaped upon him in public. Now so long as these mutable goods are at all commensurate with his inordinate desires - and such is the case, up until he covets the kingship - Macbeth remains an honorable gentleman. He is not a criminal; he has no criminal tendencies. But once permit his self-love to demand a satisfaction which cannot be honorably attained, and he is likely to grasp any dishonorable means to that end which may be safely employed. In other words, Macbeth has much of natural good in him unimpaired; environment has conspired with his nature to make him upright in all his dealings with those about him. But moral goodness in him is undeveloped and indeed still rudimentary, for his voluntary acts are scarcely brought into harmony with ultimate end. As he returns from victorious battle, puffed up with self-love which demands ever-increasing recognition of his greatness, the demonic forces of evil-symbolized by the Weird Sisters-suggest to his inordinate imagination the splendid prospect of attaining now the greatest mutable good he has ever desired. These demons in the guise of witches cannot read his inmost thoughts, but from observation of facial expression and other bodily manifestations they surmise with comparative accuracy what passions drive him and what dark desires await their fostering. Realizing that he wishes the kingdom, they prophesy that he shall be king. They cannot thus compel his will to evil; but they do arouse his passions and stir up a vehement and inordinate apprehension of the imagination, which so perverts the judgment of reason that it leads his will toward choosing means to the desired temporal good. Indeed his imagination and passions are so vivid under this evil impulse from without that "nothing is but what is not"; and his reason is so impeded that he judges, "These solicitings cannot be evil, cannot be good." Still, he is provided with so much natural good that he is able to control the apprehensions of his inordinate imagination and decides to take no step involving crime. His autonomous decision not to commit murder, however, is not in any sense based upon moral grounds. No doubt he normally shrinks from the unnaturalness of regicide; but he so far ignores ultimate ends that, if he could perform the deed and escape its consequences here upon this bank and shoal of time, he'ld jump the life to come. Without denying him still a complexity of motives - as kinsman and