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It's easy to teach yourself German! Complete German provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to German, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing German with confidence. Within each of the 25 thematic chapters, important language structures are introduced through life-like dialogues. You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject. Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This program also features current cultural information boxes that reflect recent changes in society. The accompanying audio CDs include audio exercises--performed by native speakers--that reinforce communicative skills. You can also visit teachyourself.com for tests, extension articles and a vibrant community of like-minded learners. And if you don't have much time, don't worry--this book gives you one-, five-, and 10-minute bites of learning to get you started.
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New York Assembly Member Jenifer Rajkumar: When my parents immigrated to the United States with just $300 and a suitcase, they never would've imagined that I'd be standing here as your state assemblywoman. Today, South Asian and Indo-Caribbean families like mine all over this city have made incredible contributions. And today, I'm proud to say, our time has come. The time has come to recognize over 200,000 New Yorkers of the Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh and Jain faiths who celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights. That is why today I stand with New York City Mayor Eric Adams and our school's chancellor, David Banks, to light the way forward to make Diwali once and for all, a school holiday in the City of New York. This week I introduced legislation in our state capital that makes room for Diwali in our school calendar. My legislation removes Anniversary Day, an obscure and antiquated day created in the 1800s so that it can be replaced with Diwali, celebrated by a growing number of New Yorkers.
But second, her quotation of two African American leaders. Number one, one of my heroes, Shirley Chisholm, who clearly stated, "Bring your own seat if there's not a seat for you at the table." And that is just important because the words of an African American leader, a Hindu leader, a Jain leader, those words are not unique just to a specific group. It is empowering for every group that's attempting to move their country, their city, and their state forward. I'm proud to be here today standing with an amazing assemblywoman, a real visionary around how we run our state better. And when we talked about this on the campaign trail, I learned so much about the Diwali holiday, what it means, the Festival of Lights. As we deal with so much darkness that is around us, we fail to realize the overwhelming amount of light that is around us. And when we take this period to acknowledge Diwali, we are acknowledging the light that is within us, the light that clearly can push away darkness and that is why this is so significant.
We've done this before, identifying holidays. We've done it with Eid, we've done it with Lunar New Years. We do it with so many other days and so many other cultures that we acknowledge. It is long overdue to say to our Hindu, Sikhs, Jain, and Buddhist students and communities that, we see you, we acknowledge you. The inclusiveness of this city is extremely significant and this is our opportunity to say that in a loud way. So I thank you assemblywoman for your tenacity, your vision, your determination, and we can get this done during this legislative session so next year we can say as the City of New York that Diwali is a school holiday. Thank you very much. Thank you, Chancellor.
The film, released on 28 September 1971 in the United Kingdom and 22 August 1972 in the United States, consists of 90 minutes of sketches and animation sequences seen in the first two series of the television show. All of the sketches were recreated for the film without an audience, and were intended for an American audience which had not yet seen the series. The announcer (John Cleese) appears briefly between some sketches to deliver the line "and now for something completely different", in situations such as being roasted on a spit and lying on top of a desk in a small pink bikini, as well as the Colonel (Graham Chapman) interrupting them and deeming them "too silly".
The film's budget was £80,000, 40% of which came from Lownes. This is self-referentially acknowledged in the film's Killer Cars animation; the voiceover narration (done by Eric Idle) mentions "a scene of such spectacular proportions that it could never in your life be seen in a low-budget film like this... if you notice, my mouth isn't moving, either". The film was shot on location in England and inside an abandoned dairy (rather than on a more costly soundstage) during the final months of 1970. The budget was so low that some effects seen on the television series could not be repeated in the film.
Many of the early episodes of Monty Python's Flying Circus feature a sensible-looking announcer (played by John Cleese) dressed in a black suit and sitting behind a wooden desk, which in turn is in some ridiculous location such as behind the bars of a zoo cage or in mid-air being held aloft by small attached propellers. The announcer would turn to the audience and announce "and now for something completely different", launching the show's opening credits starting with the second series of the show.
The phrase was also used as a transition within the show. Often it would be added to better explain the transition, for instance, "And now for something completely different: a man with a tape recorder up his brother's nose".
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