WHAT DOES FREEDOM MEAN TO ME?

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WHAT DOES FREEDOM MEAN TO ME?

Freedom for me is the ability to be yourself, to do what you want to do, to say what you want to.

A great example is the reason why I am writing this article. When a city, a town or a country gets taken over, the things you can do are limited… You have to live like a person from the enemy’s country. They try to make you different.

That’s exactly why freedom is so important! Imagine speaking a different language. There would no longer be Lithuania or wherever you live. That makes you a different person! That isn’t fair! Because you weren’t asking anyone for a “makeover”, you didn’t want anything to change!

Freedom lets you live, experience things YOUR way, not the way someone wants you to. And technically you are still you, but you actually belong to someone.

Something like this expression:

Vilnius is ours, but we are Russia‘s .

I guess what I am trying to say is that freedom is us. There wouldn‘t be us if there weren‘t freedom.

So again, what DOES freedom mean to me?

MYSELF, freedom to me means me. Like a math equation…

Freedom = me.

That’s me, my achievements, my possibilities, my life.

Which would be the explanation to this whole article… Freedom. Equals. Me.

By Liepa Matvejevaitė




The Bad Sides of ANIME&MMORPG. By Marius Marmakas 8b

“WHY THIS TOPIC? BECAUSE ITS UNPLEASANT DOING SOMETHING THAT YOU DON’T CARE ABOUT OR DON’T LIKE (TO MAKE IT SIMPLE IT’S BECAUSE I SPEND MOST OF THE TIME WATCHING ANIME AND PLAYING COMPUTER GAMES) + SOMEONE ON THE VOICE SITE ASKED ME TO. I WILL ANSWER
WHAT IS ANIME, MMORPG AND COVER
THE BAD SIDES OF IT.”

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Hayao Miyazaki, father of anime? By Vincentas Ryliškis

´”This movie is about flying castle Laputa with robots and two kids Sheeta and Pazu. They want to find the castle.”

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“Paper Towns” Film Review. By Juta Kvederaitė

“Get Lost. Get Found.”

“Paper Towns” is based on the bestselling novel by author John Green, is about two teenagers, Quentin , (played by Nat Wolff) and his next door neighbor Margo (played by Cara Delevingne), who loved mysteries so much she became one. After taking Ouentin on a tour of the city, Margo suddenly dissapears – but leaves clues for him to find her. The love struck boy with the help of his cheerful friends go on an adventure, soon to understand true friendship – true love.

The genre of the movie is drama, mystery and romance. I am definitely not the type to pick a romance film during a movie night, but since this was a JONH GREEN’S movie I thought i would check it out. I didn’t feel like I need to take my time back, actually I felt quite the opposite – I rewatched it. It’s super gripping – the actors did a wonderful job, considering this was Cara’s first lead role in the movie, the soundtrack made my ears cry of the wonderful sounds. What I really loved is that there was no special effects used, actors did their own stunts (Nat needed to pass his driving test, while Cara needed to climb trees and get to the house roof, etc).

Overall, I would definitely recommend the movie to everyone- my mom, my friends, a stranger-no that’s too weird… anyway. This film is very moving, there are many deep quotes, once I finished watching it I was left with many different emotions – happiness, sadness, calm, angry. It made me think about what do I want to be, what do I want to do, figure myself out. What secrets do we, each person, hold? You would think, that Margo ran away for some stupid idea, and hate her because she left Quentin hanging, without a note for her parents.. But You soon understand that is not the case.

6.5\10 for IMDb ratings, 51% out of 100% from Rotten Tomatoes.

Margo: Everything’s uglier up close.

Quentin: Not you.




Fun at weekend. By Giriotas

There were 4 families going on this trip: 8 adults, 8 children and 2 dogs went to Elniaragis Lake. We walked around this lake and we saw beautiful scenery – forests, fields, bushes covered with snow.

Elniaragis Lake is in Neris Regional Park! Its area is 0,08km2! Its shoreline length is 1,33 km!

The origin is glacial!

The most interesting thing for me was finding the birds’ observers’ tree house. All kids climbed to see everything from inside. Being on the top I saw a beautiful view of a swamp. I imagine in spring you can see lots of various birds there – singing, playing and laying eggs.

I wish to come back here sometime in spring!




Case, my best buddy. By Arvydas Bielinskij 8D

He was born in July. Now he is three months old .
Weighs ten kilograms. Puppy was born in a family of four.
His parents are champions won the first place .
Case mother is from Italy. Case is noble .

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Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. By Vėjas and Gerda 5a

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is a very heart warming story about a horse

who gets kidnapped by evil men and he tries to escape and go back to his family. The visuals in this movie are very great, beautiful andrealistic. The movie is really great and it reminds us that we have freedom and we should be happy about it. We think that the movie is very beautiful and it’s a good story told plus the music and acting are great. The movie was released in 2002 by “Dream Works Animation“. Here are some of the voice actors: Matt Damon as spirit, James Cromwell as the Colonel, Daniel Studi as Little Creek. The ending is happy so we don‘t have to cry. Did you like the movie? Write your opinion. What does the animation teach us? 😳




Acquaintance with solar system. By Edgaras Montvila 6D

How often you do you look up to the sky? Wait for the clear weather at night and look at it then you will see thousands of shining stars, right? Some of them are bigger and shine brighter than the others 😯 They are the planets 💡 Let’s take a look at our solar system, shall we? :mrgreen:

The star at the center of solar system is Sun.

Our sun formed approximately 4.6 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse. It is a G-type main-sequence (G2V) based on its spectral class and is informally referred to as a yellow dwarf.The Sun is important source of energy for life on Earth.

The closest planet to the Sun is Mercury.

The smallest solar system planet without satellites. It is named after the Roman deity Mercury, the messenger to the gods. Having almost no atmosphere to retain heat,surface temperature varies from −173°C at night to 427°C during the day.

The second planet to the Sun is Venus.

It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. As the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon, Venus has been a major fixture in human culture for as long as records have existed, a prime inspiration for writers and poets as the “morning star” and “evening star”. Venus surface temperature varies from −151°C at night to 425°C during the day.

The third planet to the Sun is Earth. 🙄

Earth has one natural satellite: the Moon. Surface temperature varies from −89.2°C to 56.7°C. About 71% of Earth’s surface is covered with water mostly by its oceans. The remaining 29% is land consisting of continents and islands. The majority of Earth’s polar regions are covered in ice. The combination of Earth’s distance from the Sun, physical properties, and geological history has allowed life to evolve and thrive.

The fourth planet from the Sun and the second-smallest planet in the solar system, after Mercury is Mars ( Red planet).

It is named after the Roman god of war. Mars has two relatively small natural moons: Phobos and Deimos. Surface temperature varies from −143°C to 35°C. Mars has two permanent polar ice caps. Planet lost its atmosphere billion years ago. Compared to Earth, the atmosphere of Mars is quite rarefied.

The largest planet in the solar system is Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun

It is named after the Roman god Jupiter. It is a gas giant planet. Surface temperature varies from 108 °C to?°C. Jupiter has been called the Solar System’s vacuum cleaner, because of its immense gravity well and location near the inner Solar System. It receives the most frequent comet impacts of the Solar System’s planets. Jupiter has 67 satellites. The four largest moons you can see from Earth with binoculars on a clear night. They are Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.

The second largest planet, after Jupiter in solar system is Saturn, gas giant and the sixth planet to the sun.

The Romans considered Saturnus the equivalent of the Greek god Cronus. Surface temperature varies from –139 °C to ? °C. Saturn is best known for the system ofplanetary rings that makes it visually unique. The particles that make up the rings range in size from specks of dust up to 10m. Saturn has 62 known moons, 53 of which have formal names.

The seventh planet from the Sun is Uranus, the third-largest planetary radius and fourth-largest planetary mass in the Solar system.

Uranus is named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus, the father of Cronus (Saturn ) and grandfather of Zeus( Jupiter). Surface temperature varies from –197.2 °C to ? °C. Uranus has a ring system. The planet system has a unique configuration among those of the planets because its axis of rotation is tilted sideways, nearly into the plane of its solar orbit. Uranus has 27 known natural satellites.The names of these satellites are chosen from characters in the works of Shakespeare and Alexander Pope. The five main satellites are Miranda,Ariel,Umbriel,Titania, and Oberon.

The eighth and farthest known planet from the Sun is Neptune.

It is named after the Roman god of the sea, identified with the Greek Poseidon. Neptune is not visible to the unaided eye, the fourth-largest planet by diameter, the third-most-massive planet, and the densest giant planet in Solar system. Surface temperature varies from –201 °C to ? °C. Neptune has a planetary ring system, though one much less substantial than that of Saturn. The planet has 14 known moons. Triton is the largest Neptunian moon. The irregular moon Nereid, has one of the most eccentric orbits of any satellite in the Solar System.

Thank you for your attention 😉




The Deep Web. By Vilius Rožanskas 7B

Internet is a very good thing-you can share your important moments online, communicate with your relatives who live or work in another country, watch some interesting movies…But there‘s a dark side of a web and it‘s called–The Deep Web 😈

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A gangster story. By Ugnius Tulaba7B

They were killers 👿
After Clide Barrow was released from prison in February 1932 they began a series of small robberies, primarily of stores and gas stations. Later he started to steal cars.

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Reported Speech. By Eglė Paleckytė and Giedrė Jurkuvėnaitė 7B

Direct or quoted speech is a sentence that reports speech or thought in its original form, as phrased by the original speaker. It is usually enclosed in quotation marks.

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A Review of Middle School: the Worst Years of My Life. By Tomas 7B

About a couple of days ago I watched: ‘Middle School: the Worst Years of My Life’ on my computer. It’s an animated comedy. The movie stars are Griffin Cluck aka (Rafe Khatchadorian) and Thomas Barbusca aka (Leo).

It’s a story about two brothers – Rafe and Leo (Leo is dead but Rafe imagines him as his best friend). Rafe has a notebook in which he draws everything that he imagines. Rafe was kicked out of couple of school’s due to his bad behavior and was told that if he gets kicked out of one more school he will never be able to go to any other public school. When he came to the new school he noticed that it was very strict (which didn’t really matter at the time) but as time goes by things start to get worse. He makes a huge mistake by drawing in his notebook when he really should have not been. The principle sees that he is drawing ant takes away his notebook and throws it into acid! And as Rafe being Rafe, he decides to break every single rule in the school. And so the journey BEGAN!

The characters of Rafe and Leo are interesting because if they have a goal they will achieve it at any cost. Also Rafe doesn’t have any problems making new friends.

In my opinion this is a gripping movie although it’s a comedy. The special effects are absolutely sensational. However, the best thing is acting. Overall it’s a very enjoyable movie.




Valentine’s day. By Ugnius Tulaba 7B

On 14th February people all around the world send cards, flowers, chocolates and presents to someone they love.

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5 Ways How to Make Your Presentation Better. By Vaida Rašimaitė

At least one time in your life you had to make a presentation. But was your presentation successful? From my own experience I can clearly say the first time for almost all students is unlucky. So, to prevent the mistake which is usually made by students I want to share five tips which help me make a good presentation.

Firstly, you need to prepare for it carefully. It is not enough to give one hour or two for the preparation. You need to take more than half a day. To check it very attentively three, four or even five times to avoid mistakes of grammar, spelling and even to check pronunciation of the words unknown for you.

Secondly, know your audience.You need to make sure you know who you will be presenting to. If you do not know who your audience is you cannot explain your topic the best.

What is more, you need to have clear points.Try to prepare not too many points to talk and find as much information as you need.When you are presenting in front of people you usually feel stressed and get nervous, so you might not have enough time to develop all the points you had prepared.

Fourthly, do not depend on visuals too much.Try to use power point only to show some pictures or the most important things you are talking about. Do not write too much text as it will help you to prevent reading the material from the slides, which is considered to be a sigh of insufficient preparation

And last but not least, you need to have honest feedback.Try to record yourself and listen to how your voice sounds or see what you do too often, e.g. maybe you do useless movements with your hands, and try to avoid them. Also, ask your sisters, brothers or maybe even parents to listen to your presentation and ask what they think about it.

To sum up, you just need to develop your topic, know your public, deliver the points clearly, not rely on with visuals too much and try to believe in yourself. I hope these five tips will help you to make the best presentation ever 😉

Do you have any tips?




Writing an advert: Golden Apple Summer Camp. By Arnas Pranskūnas

“Golden apple summer camp” is a place,
where you can relax near a beach and a
forest. It’s near the Baltic sea.

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Writing an advert: Druskininkai. By Odeta S. 7C

Druskininkai is a town in Southern Lithuania. It’s a small town of health. You can find a lot of water full of salt and minerals there.

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Writing an advert. By Tomas Jovaišas 7C

We provide excellent sports gear and a gym. Also we have great trainers to tell what kind of sports you need.

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