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what is the life style of algeria in the past,present,and future? in food,clothes.

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  1. Guest28106612

    slp wathe the wear un the past and f and p

  2. Guest21891555

    the algeria is the best country in the world . ^^

  3. Guest21891507

    what is the life style of algeria in the past,present,and future? in food,clothes,entertament

  4. Guest21684260

    hye

  5. Guest21666493

    Thank you but I need me to an important subject is how the clothes and eat in the past and present

  6. Guest21658920

    pleas help;e / i want to know about life stile in algeria in the past present and future

  7. Guest21310019
    algerian people used to will past present futur
  8. Guest21285651
    what is the life of Algeria in clothes
  9. Guest15788163
    thank u Guest14284636 :)
  10. Guest14457762
    what is the life style of algeria in the past,present,and future? in food,clothes and Entertainment
  11. Guest14377227
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  12. Guest14284636
    Introduction There are many differences about Algeria between life style of the past and the first one in the present and how it will be in the future. We will talk about all that in these principle sides: Sides Past present Future Food Grain, milk, meat, eggs...etc. people were eating them directly; in addition there were many traditional meals for example in Algeria: couscous, mahjouba, barcoukch. After the modern evolution there are many others like: spaghetti, pizza, sweets ,hamburger, chips,…etc According to the industrial evolution there will appear fast food and will be the most consumed food Entertainment There was a shortage in the modes of entertainment ex: hunting, chess, Domino…etc Now there are many kinds of entertainment: TV, radio, internet, Video games, computer…etc According to the digital revolution the scientist will discover and produce other high tech for example for video games the next generation of games will be more realist and as examples of platforms of these games : play station 3 & Xbox 360. Examples 01- It was the invention of the telephone that which has made communications rapider and nearer. 02- It was the invention of the radio which has made media at hand of every one. 03- It was the invention of the spaceships which have made distances shorter and nearer. 04- It was the invention of the computers and robots which have made works at factories more active and effective. 05- It was the invention of the scanner which has made the diseases known by people and doctors.
  13. Guest14283282
    what is the life style of algeria in the past,present,and future? in food,clothes.daily life.eating habits.means transport occupations(jobs).
  14. Guest14232337
    what is the life style of algeria in the past.present and futur in the clothes
  15. Guest14048336
    are you ok?
  16. Guest14035480
    what is the life style of algeria in the past,present,and future? in food,clothes,entertament
  17. Ali Abdullah
    Hi, Algeria (Formal Arabic: الجزائر, al-Jazā’ir; ), officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country located in North Africa. It is the largest country on the Mediterranean Sea, the second largest on the African continent[6] and the Arab world after Sudan, as well as the eleventh-largest country in the world in terms of land area.[7] It is bordered by Tunisia in the northeast, Libya in the east, Niger in the southeast, Mali and Mauritania in the southwest, a few kilometers of the Moroccan-controlled Western Sahara in the southwest, Morocco in the west and northwest, and the Mediterranean Sea in the north. Its size is almost 2,400,000 km2 with an estimated population near to 35,000,000. The capital of Algeria is Algiers. Algeria is a member of the United Nations, African Union, OPEC and the Arab League. It also contributed towards the creation of the Arab Maghreb Union. Modern Algerian literature, split between Arabic and French, has been strongly influenced by the country's recent history. Famous novelists of the twentieth century include Mohammed Dib, Albert Camus, and Kateb Yacine, while Assia Djebar is widely translated. Among the important novelists of the 1980s were Rachid Mimouni, later vice-president of Amnesty International, and Tahar Djaout, murdered by an Islamist group in 1993 for his secularist views. In philosophy and the humanities, Jacques Derrida, the father of deconstruction, was born in El Biar in Algiers; Malek Bennabi and Frantz Fanon are noted for their thoughts on decolonization; Augustine of Hippo was born in Tagaste (modern-day Souk Ahras); and Ibn Khaldun, though born in Tunis, wrote the Muqaddima while staying in Algeria. Algerian culture has been strongly influenced by Islam, the main religion. The works of the Sanusi family in pre-colonial times, and of Emir Abdelkader and Sheikh Ben Badis in colonial times, are widely noted. The Latin author Apuleius was born in Madaurus (Mdaourouch), in what later became Algeria.

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