Essay in Hindi

For a native English speaker, writing an essay in Hindi may be a big challenge. This is because the structures of the two languages are somehow different. But sometimes, there are chances when students will be required to write an essay in Hindi for the purpose of learning the language more. We are not going to talk about the students in the general population of a school. There are only a few students who are concerned with this type of an essay.









Essay in Hindi

Did you enroll in a language class? To be more specific, are you taking a Hindi language course? If you answer yes to both questions, then most probably you will soon be writing an essay in Hindi. Most teachers require their students to write an essay during the course of the semester or academic year. Essay writing is technically one of the best ways to test the communication and writing skills of the students.









Essay in Hindi

Essay in Hindi
Essay in Hindi
For a native English speaker, writing an essay in Hindi may be a big challenge. This is because the structures of the two languages are somehow different. But sometimes, there are chances when students will be required to write an essay in Hindi for the purpose of learning the language more. We are not going to talk about the students in the general population of a school. There are only a few students who are concerned with this type of an essay.

If you are a student in college enrolled in a Hindi class, then most probably you will be writing an essay in Hindi. This is one task that you should complete regularly to familiarize yourself with the terms and words of the language. Hindi and all other language electives in college are not provided to all students. If one is interested to take the course, then he needs to undertake the essay instructions coming from the professors. Aside from oral exams, written exams and projects are also essential.









Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect

Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect
This essay is going to describe what the greenhouse effect is and
what it does. It is also going to say what causes the greenhouse effect and the
consequences of it.









Global Warming – Fact or Fiction?

We hear all the time about Global warming and the greenhouse effect and we are told about the responsibility we have in reducing the effect we are having on the environment, but do we understand how the greenhouse effect works and if infact, it is a real theory or not?









Climate Change – What is it?

Climate change is an amazingly simple phrase for such a complex subject. Following, we have a go at defining climate change in today’s terms.









Eleutherodactylus (Greenhouse Frogs)

Eleutherodactylus (Greenhouse Frogs)
Eleutherodactylus p. planirostris, or more commonly the Greenhouse frog, is from the Leptodactylidae family. They were unintentionally introduced to Florida around 1875. Their numbers have continued to grow and they are now very common among South Florida with increasing inhabitants around the panhandle.

Greenhouse frogs have a reddish-brown appearance with either dark blotches or 2 dark stripes down their backs. They are relatively small in size usually growing to about an inch to and inch and a half in length. Often, the greenhouse frog is confused with cricket frogs (genus Acris). However, this type of frog has webbing between their toes which the greenhouse frog lacks. As their name describes, the greenhouse frog lives in greenhouses or lawns. They prefer a moist environment with a relatively high humidity rate which may be why they have flourished in Florida. Greenhouse frogs are a terrestrial species as well as being nocturnal. They feed on other small invertebrates such as insects, spiders, and snails.









Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect

Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect
The greenhouse effect, in environmental science, is a popular term for the effect that certain variable constituents of the Earth?s lower atmosphere have on surface temperatures. It has been known since 1896 that Earth has been warmed by a blanket of gasses (This is called the ?greenhouse effect.?). The gases?water vapor (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), and methane (CH4)?keep ground temperatures at a global average of about 15 degrees C (60 degrees F). Without them the average would be below the freezing point of water. The gases have this effect because as incoming solar radiation strikes the surface, the surface gives off infrared radiation, or heat, that the gases trap and keep near ground level. The effect is comparable to the way in which a greenhouse traps heat, hence the term. Environmental scientists are concerned that changes in the variable contents of the atmosphere?particularly changes caused by human activities?could cause the Earth?s surface to warm up to a dangerous degree. Since 1850 there has been a mean rise in global temperature of approximately 1? C (approximately 1.8? F). Even a limited rise in average surface temperature might lead to at least partial melting of the polar icecaps and hence a major rise in sea level, along with other severe environmental disturbances. An example of a runaway greenhouse effect is Earth?s near-twin planetary neighbor Venus. Because of Venus?s thick CO2 atmosphere, the planet?s cloud-covered surface is hot enough to melt lead.









The Ozone Layer, Greenhouse Effect, and Global Warming

The Ozone Layer, Greenhouse Effect, and Global Warming
Energy is the capacity for doing work, generating heat, and producing light. We use energy from the time we wake up until the time we go to sleep at night. Without energy we would not be able to perform the daily functions of life. Although energy is useful to us, energy has a down side. One of the topics discussed in class was electromagnetic energy. During the lecture on electromagnetic energy, the concept of the ozone layer and global warming was discussed. We briefly talked about how the ozone layer was disappearing because of the increasing amount of greenhouse gases. These topics of electromagnetic energy and the atmosphere struck me. Therefore, I decided to explore the subjects of the ozone layer, greenhouse effect, and the dangers of global warming. Electromagnetic energy travels by wavelengths of radiation and moves at the speed of light









Nitrous oxide - Laughing gas uses in modern society

Laughing gas, nitrous oxide used to be routinely given as a dental anaesthetic. This is no longer the case. Why not? What else is nitrous oxide used for?