Here are some notes which you could use to write a report.
21 August 2005 – original handwritten manuscript of Albert Einstein unearthed – by student Rowdy Boeynik in the University of the Netherlands -Boeynik researching papers
-papers belonging to an old friend of Einstein -fingerprints of Einstein on these papers
– 16-page document dated 1924 – Einstein’s work on this last theory – behavior of atoms at low temperature – now known as the Bose-Einstein condensation – the manuscript to be kept at Leyden University where Einstein got the Nobel Prize.
Write a report which has four paragraphs, one each on:
- What was unearthed.
- Who unearthed it and when.
- What the document contained.
- Where it will be kept.
- Your report could begin like this:
- Student Unearths Einstein Manuscript
21 AUGUST 2005. An original handwritten Albert Einstein manuscript has been unearthed at a university in the Netherlands…
Student Unearths Einstein Manuscript
21 AUGUST 2005. An original handwritten Albert Einstein manuscript has been unearthed at a university in the Netherlands . The boy named Rowdy Boykin was studying in the University of Netherlands.
He unearthed these papers while he was searching some other papers. These papers belonged to an old friend of Einstein. These papers contained his fingerprints and 16 pages document of 1924.
At that time Einstein was working on the theory of Relativity, which expressed the behavior of atoms at low temperature. It is now a days known as the Bose-Einstein Condensation. The manuscript related to Einstein was kept at Leyden University where he got the Nobel Prize
Your teacher will dictate these paragraphs to you. Write down the paragraphs with correct punctuation marks.
In 1931 Charlie Chaplin invited Albert Einstein, who was visiting Hollywood, to a private screening of his new film, City Lights. As the two men drove into town together, passersby waved and cheered.
Chaplin turned to his guest and explained: “The people are applauding you because none of them understands you and applauding me because everybody understands me.”
One of Einstein’ s colleagues asked him for his telephone number one day. Einstein reached for a telephone directory and looked it up. “You don’t remember your own number ? “the man asked, startled.
“No,” Einstein answered. “Why should I memorise something I can so easily get from a book?” (In fact, Einstein claimed never to memorise anything which could be looked up in less than two minutes.)
To write in correct and meaningful sentence, we should use the following punctuation marks:
- Full stop
- Exclamation Mark
- Question Mark
- Inverted Commas