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Chapter 1: Lesson 2: Clauses

A clause is a group of words that include at least a subject and a verb. The subject in this case always acts through a verb. For example: Before summer ended Because the wolf hid out in the forest There are a few types of clauses such as Independent clauses, and dependent clauses. Independent clauses can stand alone but dependent clauses can’t. I will show you the difference, using examples: I went to the party after the game. (Independent clause) When the []

Chapter 2: Lesson 1: First Civilizations – 3500 BC -300 CE

Mesopotamia – Sumeria Sumeria was the first civilization that was developed in Mesopotamia. The Sumerians practiced a faith called Polytheistic, which meant that they believed if they obeyed the Gods then they would have a good harvest or less flood. A supreme ruler governed them. This method of ruling is called Theocracy. A deity or God had the right to rule. Language and writing were conducted by making wedge-shaped impressions. This type of communication was created by Sumerians and it is called []

History of Empires by Robert Dean (Book Review #205)

Lean Stone Book Club kindly requested these short book reviews. History of Empires is a short book written about the history of the Roman, American, and British Empires. It also covers Sparta and Babylon and their history. Since it is a short book, it is obvious that the content is not going to cover everything or at least won’t be able to cover things in detail, however, what it does do is provide a general and correct overview of each of the []