One day an unknown youth asked Mozart to explain to him how to start to compose a symphony.
- You are young, - answered Mozart. In the beginning write a ballade, and if you like it, come to me.
- But you! At the age of ten you have composed a lot of music.
- But I did not ask anybody how to do it.
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adj. - thoughtful, earnest.
- important, demanding consideration. - not negligible; dangerous, frightening (serious injury). - sincere, in earnest, not frivolous. - (of music, literature, etc.) Intellectual in content or appeal; not popular. seriously adv. Seriousness n. [latin seriosus] SERPENT
n. - snake, esp. Large.
- sly or treacherous person. [latin serpo creep] SERRIED
adj. (of ranks of soldiers etc.) Close together. [french serrer to close]
n. - person employed to do domestic duties, esp. In a wealthy household.
- devoted follower or helper. [french: related to *serve] SERVERY
n. (pl. -ies) room or counter from which meals etc. Are served.
area n. Area beside a major road providing petrol, refreshments, toilet facilities, etc.
- charge n. Additional charge for service in a restaurant etc. - flat n. Flat in which domestic service and sometimes meals are provided for an extra fee. - industry n. Industry providing services, not goods. - road n. Road serving houses, shops, etc., lying back from the main road. - station n. = *garage n. 2. - —n. - work, or the doing of work, for another or for a community etc. (often in pl.: the services of a lawyer). - work done by a machine etc. (has given good service). - assistance or benefit given. - provision or supplying of a public need, e.g. Transport, or (often in pl.) Of water, gas, electricity, etc. - employment as a servant. - state or period of employment (resigned after 15 years' service). - public or crown department or organization (civil service). - (in pl.) The armed forces. SERVILE
adj. - of or like a slave.
- fawning; subservient. servility n. [latin servus slave] SERVING
n. Quantity of food for one person.
adj. - (of a flower, leaf, eye, etc.) Attached directly by its base without a stalk or peduncle.
- fixed in one position; immobile. [latin: related to *session] SESSION
n. - period devoted to an activity (recording session).
- assembly of a parliament, court, etc. - single meeting for this. - period during which these are regularly held. - academic year. in session assembled for business; not on vacation. sessional adj. [latin sedeo sess- sit]
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