South Korea's capital Seoul, is now often called 'the city that rose from the ashes'. After the war, it was left in complete ruins, with only just one bridge standing across the great river Han. South Korea, and Seoul, have developed so amazingly, it has the latest technology and skyscrapers, and is a bustling city full of life. There are now over 20 bridges spanning the wide waterway, and South Korea is truly now a blessing. On the other hand, North Korea is still a communist country with little food for the common citizens. They are not allowed to leave the country, and you have to have special permission to get in. If you do, you will probably be escorted wherever you go. Churches are not allowed and you have to worship the leader, the dictator that rules North Korea. Some people have secret Church meetings underground or in secret places. When these are discovered the people are humiliated publicly and tortured and killed, or putin prison. It is completely unfree and many people every day try and escape it. There are few people that do. Please help them!
The national government
South Sudan could still be regarded as Democracy but the country'sfledgling democracy has fared just as badly, too bad for the people
The word fared is a verb. It is the past tense of the verb fare.
no, because area of 1 fared capacitor is equal to double area of earth.
The rookie boxer fared better than his opponent, winning his first bout.
He fared to death
The past tense is fared.
Fared is the past participle of fare.
Even though there may have been individual exceptions, for the most part, free African Americans were treated little better than slaves. The racist caste culture did not recognize individual dignity in other races. Free African Americans fared better in the North, and many went to Canada.
aired, bared, cared, dared, fared, paired, scared
G. R. Neave has written: 'How they fared'
that question is false.
The country with the highest number of casualties was the Soviet Union.
The cast of The Harvester - 2013 includes: Ayam Fared as Juwito
Since about 1995, Vietnam has been practicing free trade & tourism with the US and the world.
cared,shared,and daredcared, paired, spared, shared, tared, fared, pared, scared, prepared,
It means "How did you do?" such as after an exam or perhaps coming out of a scary movie. The response would be I fared well (or didn't fare well.)
The "Quaker City" fared quite well. Mostly wind damage. Flooding was minor.
Examples of words that rhyme with "there'd" are:airedbaredcareddaredfaredlayeredpairedsharedsparedstared
Generally speaking, The US Government's policies towards Native Americans in North America resulted in the reduction of these peoples. They were forced to live on "Indian Reservations" in the latter part of the 19th Century. Some Tribes and individual Native Americans fared better than most. This was due to programs to integrate them into US society. Sadly, so many "treaties" the Federal government made with various Native Tribes were broken by the Federal government. For the most part, the Native Americans in both North & South America suffered badly under the governments that previously were "European" governments.
Pay your fare as you enter the bus. He has not fared well as a lawyer, he should take up a new profession.