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Since announcing his ideas, DeSantis has followed up with specifics on each. State Rep. Chris Latvala, R-Clearwater, chairman of House PreK Appropriations and vice chair of House Education, says legislators could approve, rewrite, or even kill the ideas. DeSantis has given Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran a year to set new standards of what Florida K students should learn in math and language arts courses. The state will use the new standards to rework the Florida Standards Assessments tests, and school districts will use the standards to determine their curricula and textbooks. Orlando Sentinel. Punishment in schools: A bill is filed in the Legislature that would ban corporal punishment in Florida public schools. State Sen.

I have been there twice. I have been playing rugby for two hours. My clothes are so dirty. Have you been digging in the garden? Yes, I have. I'm really annoyed. Have you been waiting for a long time? I'm tired.

Have you been studying all night? I'm wet. Have you been walking in the rain? I'm happy. Have you been shopping? I'm hot. Have you been sitting in the sun? They are wearing casual summer clothes. They are walking along the beach. It's hot and sunny. They feel happy and relaxed. Yes, I have been to I No, I haven't been abroad. I like going to the seaside because I love swimming in the sea and playing with my friends on the beach.

I am writing to you from Paris. We 're staying at the Ritz Hotel. The weather here is cloudy but warm. Right now, we are at Disneyland. Mum and Dad have been on the boatride. I have been on all the roller coaster rides. It's so exciting! We haven't been to the Louvre Museum yet but we are going there on Tuesday. Tomorrow, we are going to see the Eiffel Tower. We 're looking forward to it.

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Paul English in Use 1 down 3 into 4 out 5 out 6 down 2 2 in 3 to, for 4 of 5 in 6 at 7 of 8 of 9 with, for 10 by 3 2 librarian 3 students 4 contestant 5 actor 6 artist 7 republican 8 teacher 9 tourist 10 burglar 1 2 It's the funniest story she's ever heard. Next they went to see the Kremlin. After that they visited St Basil's Cathedral. Then they ate lunch at one of the many restaurants along the Arbat. Later they went shopping at GUM shopping centre.

Finally, after they had dinner at One Red Square restaurant, they attended a ballet performance at the Bolshoi Theatre. What were Alex and his family doing at They were seeing the Kremlin.

They were visiting St Basil's Cathedral. What were Alex and his family dOing at 2: They were eating lunch at one of the many restaurants along the Arbat.

What were Alex and his family dOing at 4: They were shopping at GUM shopping centre. What were Alex and his family doing at 7: They were having dinner at One Red Square restaurant. New Round-Up 5 Key A: What were Alex and his family dOing at 9: They were attending a ballet performance at the Bolshoi Theatre. Have you tried B: Did she use to travel all the time? No, she didn't. She used to stay in England. Did she use to earn much money? She didn't use to earn much money.

Did she use to drive to work? No, she didn 't. She used to take the bus. Did she use to get up early? She didn 't use to get up early. Dan and Martin were having a lot of fun at the lake! They had been skating for over an hour when, suddenly, the ice cracked. Dan fell into the water. Martin lay down on the ice to help him.

He threw his scarf to Dan. Dan grabbed it and Martin pulled him out. Dan was shivering and shaking. Martin went to get some blankets and to call the emergency services. They took Dan to hospital.

He was happy to be alive! Writing Activity Suggested Answer We had been skating for over an hour when suddenly the ice cracked. I fell into the water. Martin lay down on the ice to help me. He threw his scarf to me. I grabbed it and he pulled me out.

I was shivering and shaking. They came and took me to hospital. I was happy to be alive! At 4 o'clock this afternoon, I'll be playing PlayStation games with my friends. I will have finished school, got a good job and been married by the time I'm I'll have done my homework before I go to bed tonight. Will you be going B: Will you be using 5 A: I'm really excited!

Next weekend, I'm visiting a friend in Manchester. I'm going to stay at the Park Hotel with my parents. We 're taking the train to Manchester. When we get there, we'll go shopping and we're hoping we will have seen at least one performance in the theatre by the time we leave. I can't wait to go. What are you dOing this weekend? Are you going to stay with your friend? No, I'm going to stay in a hotel with my parents. A That sounds lovely.

How will you get there? We 're taking the train. I've never been to Manchester. What will you do there? We will go shopping in the city and we 're hoping we will have seen a performance in the theatre by the time we leave. Well, have a lovely time.

Call me when you get back. When did you move here? It's the first time we've been to this museum. How long ago did you get your diploma? You 'll have a fun time watching the wildlife. There are penguins there that you can swim with. I'm sure you'll enjoy looking at the sea life.

I can't stop thinking about my trip to Italy! Lucky you. I would love to go there again. Sylvia suggested going to the cinema tonight. What do you think? Sorry, I can 't. I must study for my Chemistry exam. Gary taking out the rubbish.

Don't miss seeing the Sphinx and the Pyramids as you will have the chance to learn a lot of interesting things about ancient Egyptian civilisation. You should try eating falafel while you are there. It's delicious! I recommend going on a camel ride. It's lots of fun! Don 't forget to visit the Khan-al-Khalili bazaar to shop for some souvenirs.

Yes, she seems to have been working on the computer. Yes, they seem to have gone to the zoo.

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He joined the district in , was named superintendent in and retired in Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Jacob Oliva, deputy K chancellor since , will be the new K chancellor. Kathy Hebda, who had been chief of staff, will be the new colleges chancellor, and Suzanne Pridgeon, the assistant deputy commissioner of finance, is now the finance commissioner. Education podcasts: Educators discuss Gov. Harris, 46, had sex with a female student in his classroom and his home in Fort Myers News-Press.

Dagoberto Magana Velasquez was suspended during the school year for those remarks. Miami New Times.

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Opinions on schools: Gov. It redefines the meaning of public education in Florida and the nation. It also flies in the face of the Florida Constitution.

Tampa Bay Times. By Kim Yideum. Translated from the Korean by Ji Yoon Lee. Available March 12 from Deep Vellum.

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By Katharina Winkler. Translated from the German by Laura Wagner. By Yewande Omotoso. Iraq The Book of Collateral Damage An Iraqi scholar finds his New York life interconnected with his homeland's past and present when he encounters an eccentric bookseller in Baghdad. By Sinan Antoon. Translated from the Arabic by Jonathan Wright.

Available May 28 from Yale University Press. By Ibtisam Azem. Translated from the Arabic by Sinan Antoon. Available May 15 from Syracuse University Press. France The Boy A historical novel tracing the life of a mute and nameless boy who attempts to join civilization. By Marcus Malte. Available March 19 from Restless. Thailand Bright After his father abandons him, a young boy finds himself adopted by members of his community.

Available April 9 from Two Lines Press. Austria The Capital A cast of schemers and tragic heroes in a nationalistic "union" reveal the absurdities of the European Union. By Robert Menasse. Translated from the German by Jamie Bulloch. Available June 1 from Liveright. Iceland The Casket of Time In this fantastical tale of time travel, a young girl and her friends try to break an ancient curse and save the planet from an apocalyptic end.

Available April 9 from Restless. Germany Castle Gripsholm A pair of lovers meet a young woman escaping the sadistic headmistress of a local orphanage and try to help free her.

By Kurt Tucholsky. Translated from the German by Michael Hofmann. Denmark A schoolteacher rebuilds her identity after her husband, the town doctor, dies. By Ida Jessen. Translated from the Danish by Martin Aitken. Available April 9 from Archipelago. Guatemala Chaos, a Fable A Mexican author reconnects with an old friend in Morocco, and grants a favor that draws both men into irreversible events already in motion on distant shores.

By Rodrigo Rey Rosa.

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Translated from the Spanish by Jeffrey Gray. Norway Clearing Out In a mix of novel and autobiography, a woman heads to the far north of Norway to learn about her Sami ancestry.

By Helene Uri. Translated from the Norwegian by Barbara Sjoholm. Available May 21 from University of Minnesota Press. Italy Cold for the Bastards of Pizzofalcone An inspector and his co-workers try to bring the perpetrator of a double murder to justice in order to save their reputations. By Maurizio de Giovanni. Translated from the Italian by Antony Shugaar. Available May 28 from Europa. France The Cook A coming-of-age story centered around a young, self-taught cook as he travels through different cities.

By Maylis de Kerangal. By Boris Akunin. Translated from the Russian by Andrew Bromfield. France The Cracks in Our Armor A collection of short stories that explore suffering, salvation and the possibility of moving beyond the wounds of the past. Translated from the French by Alison Anderson. Available May 7 from Europa. Finland Crossing Two friends leave their homes in communist Albania behind in search of new identities and lives in Italy.

By Pajtim Statovci. Translated from the Finnish by David Hackston. Available April 2 from Pantheon. Romania A Cry in the Snow A collection from the trilingual poet who has published in French, English and her native Romanian that draws on two themes: the beauty of nature and the limitations of language.

By Stella Vinitchi Radulescu. Translated from the French by Luke Hankins. Available April 2 from Seagull Books. Available April 5 from Duke University Pres. By Pola Oloixarac. Translated from the Spanish by Roy Kesey. Available April 16 from Soho Press. Netherlands The Darkness That Divides Us After her mother's release from prison for a bizarre crime, a formerly popular girl and her family try to make a clean start on a Scottish island.

By Renate Dorrestein. Translated from the Dutch by Hester Velmans. Available May 21 from World Editions. By Selahattin Demirtas. By Khaled Khalifa. Translated from the Arabic by Leri Price.

Italy A Devil Comes to Town The Devil shows up in a village of egotistical writers, claiming to be a big-time publisher.

By Paolo Maurensig. Translated from the Italian by Anne Milano Appel. Available May 7 from World Editions. Spain The Dinner Guest An autobiographical novel that connects the public death of the author's grandfather and the work of caring for her mother, who is dying from cancer.

By Gabriela Ybarra.

Translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer. Available May 28 from Transit Books. France The Double Mother A 4-year-old boy, haunted by nightmares of being handed over to a stranger, begins claiming his mother is not his real mother. By Michel Bussi. Available April 2 from Europa. Kenya The Dragonfly Sea A young woman leaves her home on an island off the coast of Kenya for the Far East where she discovers friends, enemies and love. By Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor.

Available March 12 from Knopf. Netherlands The Dutch Maiden A young Dutch girl is sent to a bitter aristocrat to train as a fencer, only to fall in love with him.

By Marente de Moor. Translated from the Dutch by David Doherty. Available August 6 from World Editions. Brazil Eden-Brazil A fable of environmentalist ideals pitted against the realities of local politics and global consumer culture.

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