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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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there is no subtitle. does anyone tell me how can subtitle be displayed. thanks!

yes there is in fact there are 9 different languages subtitle just click on bottom of the video right hand side on languages to turn on subtitle.

few new words and meanings from great presentation/demonstration

coated(adj): covered with outer layer of film
nanotechnology: branch of engineering that deals with things smaller than 100 nanometer.
porous ( adj): vessels or holes, opposite word nonporous

What I have learnt...
Exciting technology
Give you a hint
For great benefits
Coax it to leave
Bacteria won't survive
Help revolutionize your field of work

I love this video. It's awesome.
just picked up some words from the video
experience a new, available and exciting technology
waterproof our lives
nonatechnology
atoms and molecules and control them
reach up and grab
anti-icing, anti-corrsion, anti-bacterial

1. coat with a spray
2. control for great benefits
3. a billionth of a meter
4. to put some scale
5. something is one nanometer thick
6. a pane of glass
7. pour green-tinted water
8. coax something to leave
9. billions of interstitial spaces
10. an umbrella of air

hi Simon,
I have question regarding writing task - 2 .
If question said that "Do you agree or disagree ?".

Which one is better to write and why ?

It is agreed that

or

I agree that

thanks

Good work guys!

waterproof

a cinder block

superhydrophobic shield

porous

nonporous

water-based

slump

a pane of glass

green-tinted water

coax

craggly surface

interstitial spaces

it glides

anti-wetting
anti-icing
anti-corrosion
anti-bacterial

the paddle

thank small

cutting out the design

demos Ultra-Ever Dry, a liquid repellent coating, it benifits alot in how water proof our life.

if you had a nanoparticle that was one nanometer thick, and you put it side by side, and you had 50,000 of them, you'd be the width of a human hair.

good

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