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About haakonmasst

Hey guys! My name i Haakon Masst, i'm 16 years old and live in Norway! This blog is an english school project that will last trough this school year. Follow me!

Social Inequality

In this article, I’m going to talk about how literature and films can make people more aware of social inequality. Social inequalities are situations where people in a society, do not have equal social status and can be caused by … Continue reading

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The Book Thief

  Write an entry on your blog. Call it my reading of…..(name of book) Make a table and in the left hand column write 4 different paragraphs from the book from each of the following topics: Theme, setting, plot and … Continue reading

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What I’ve done today

We didn’t have to do much this Tuesday, but I‘ve wrote some new material for our class’ in-depth project, where wrote about the benefits of using new technology for school work, and I’ve also started to read ‘the book thief’. This … Continue reading

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I will read a book!

I’ve chosen to read ‘The book thief’ written by Mark Zusak, which was ‘The New York Times’ best selling book when it first came out. I’m really excited!

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The Beat

The popular social photo service Instagram has had much to contend with at the moment, and now it seems there’s more to come. Recently, a new service called The Beat, made ​​from Rutgers Social Media Information Labs, connects geotagged photos uploaded … Continue reading

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Apple gadgets

Hey everyone! Just wanted to share some YouTube videos featuring new cool Iphone and Ipad gadgets which you probably never knew exist! Be sure to check them out: Nano nails Canopy sensus Ollo clip

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The Trafalger Square Christmas Tree

Every year, Norway sends a Christmas tree to England to show their friendship and gratitude for Britain’s assistance during World War II. The tree, which is usually 20 to 25 m in height and about 60 years old, is then shipped … Continue reading

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