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THE COCKNEY ACCENT

THE COCKNEY ACCENT

THE COCKNEY ACCENT. Phonetical features that differ from RP. a)Vowels: - [i:]  [  i:] ([mi:]  [m  i:]) -  [u:]  [  u] ([du:]  [d  u]) -  [e]  [  ] ([get]  [g  t]) -  [ı]  [e] ([ıf]  [ef]). b) Diphthongs: - [a  ]  [a  ]/ [  ]

By chrissy
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Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing performing the action. The boy rides his bike to school. The book is on the table. . Subjects. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun so that you don’t have to be repetitive. He likes his bike. It is open.

By meghana
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Before the End of Summer by: Grant Moss, Jr.

Before the End of Summer by: Grant Moss, Jr.

Before the End of Summer by: Grant Moss, Jr. Literature Terms: 1. Point of View 9. Dialogue A. 1 st person 10. Plot B. 3 rd person 11. Prose

By kevyn
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Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing performing the action. The boy rides his bike to school. The book is on the table. . Subjects. Pronouns. A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun so that you don’t have to be repetitive. He likes his bike. It is open.

By gayora
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Learning To Use New Testament Greek

Learning To Use New Testament Greek

Learning To Use New Testament Greek. Lesson VI. apostolos. apostle. h\n. was. swma. body. genoV. race. o” Qeos. God. o””, ἡ , to;. the. ἐν. in. e”n. one. pro;V. with. yuch. soul. CrisyoV. Christ. kardia. heart. John 1:4.

By katelin
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Learning To Use New Testament Greek

Learning To Use New Testament Greek

Learning To Use New Testament Greek. Lesson IV. John 1:1. Ἐν ἀ r χῇ ἦν ὁ λόγος, καὶ ὁ λόγος ἦν π r ὸς τὸν θεόν, καὶ θεὸς ἦν ὁ λόγος. John 1:2. οὗτος ἦν ἐν ἀ r χῇ π r ὸς τὸν θεόν. John 1:3. πάντα δι᾿ αὐτοῦ ἐγένετο, καὶ χω r ὶς αὐτοῦ ἐγένετο οὐδὲ ἕν ὃ γέγονεν.

By luboslaw
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Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense

Simple Present Tense. Verb/ action. Time. Simple present tense. Rules. 1 st form of verb. s/ es with 3rd person singular . Usage. To express “habitual actions.” “general truth.” “routine.” “future events with fixed timetable.”. Habitual actions . I work on computer.

By zorana
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Proposal – NSF Proposal Template*

Proposal – NSF Proposal Template*

Proposal – NSF Proposal Template*. Cover Sheet (Sec. II.C.2.a) Project Summary (Sec. II.C.2.b) Project Description (Sec. II.C.2.d) References (Sec. II.C.2.e) Biographical Sketch (Sec. II.C.2.f) Budget and Justification (Sec. II.C.2.g) Current and Pending Support (Sec. II.C.2.h)

By euclid
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Chapters 25-27 Review

Chapters 25-27 Review

Chapters 25-27 Review. By: Abby Martin. Demonstrative Adj : Hic, Haec , Hoc. Singular translates: This, Of This, To/For this, This, From/By/With this Plural translates: These, Of these, To/For these, These, From/By/With these. Demonstrative pronoun: Ille , Illa , Illud.

By hosea
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Dative Case

Dative Case

Dative Case. dative case = indirect object Quintus serv o pecuniam dedit . dat. acc. Quintus gave money to the slave.

By miyoko
(134 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Category A. Category B. Category C. Category D. Category E. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points.

By onawa
(108 views)

The Crucible

The Crucible

The Crucible. Crucible (noun): A container made of a substance that can resist great heat, for melting, fusing, or calcining metals The hollow at the bottom of an ore furnace, where the molten collects A severe test or trial. Style of The Crucible.

By barbra
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Unreal Script: An Introduction Parts 5

Unreal Script: An Introduction Parts 5

Unreal Script: An Introduction Parts 5. Brandon Holbert. 5. Camera Control. In this section we’ll go over several camera modes that you can have for your game 1 st person (what it is in UDK) 3 rd person (over the shoulder, player is mostly visible to the user)

By sook
(106 views)

Grammar Express Part One: Units 1-4

Grammar Express Part One: Units 1-4

Grammar Express Part One: Units 1-4. Verb Tense Review Grammar Express: Units 1-4 Present Progressive Simple Present Non-Action Verbs Present Progressive and Simple Present. Unit 1: Present Progressive. When do you use the present progressive tense? The students are sitting in class.

By xanthe
(247 views)

Starter: Pretend you are one of these athletes and write an introduction of yourself – in English

Starter: Pretend you are one of these athletes and write an introduction of yourself – in English

Starter: Pretend you are one of these athletes and write an introduction of yourself – in English. All of you will be able to understand and adapt introductions (Level 3) . All. Most of you should be able to ask and answer questions with prompts (Level 3-4). Most.

By luka
(108 views)

Point of View and Perspective

Point of View and Perspective

Point of View and Perspective. Perspective is…. a character’s view or outlook Ex.) Greg Ridley thinks his dad is being unfair when he won’t let him play basketball because he has a poor math grade. the point of view of a story

By talmai
(172 views)

Warm Up: Imagine Dragons

Warm Up: Imagine Dragons

Warm Up: Imagine Dragons . Turn in your posters. Does anyone want to share their poster?. Class Discussion on Speak.

By mauli
(117 views)

Welcome

Welcome

Welcome. Introducing. Teacher’s name: Ratan Kumar Mondal ID NO :223. Class : Seven Subject : English 1 st paper Date:02/02/2014. Learning outcomes. Ss will be able to understand conversations on familiar topic. ask and answer questions about like/dislike.

By chaeli
(155 views)

Writing an Essay

Writing an Essay

Writing an Essay. Mr. Wilson – LMAC- 2012. Thesis Statement. Writing a Thesis Statement. When writing a thesis statement, first you have to narrow your focus – how? Pick ONE theme from your chosen piece Examples: The unwanted child Jules’ Logic The Pinocchio effect ??? Choose you own!.

By hester
(186 views)

Snapchat

Snapchat

Snapchat. Respond to the pictures. How do you respond?. Be creative Paint ONE event Use the picture as your guide. Respond in 7-10 sentences. Use internal monologue if desired Use imagery!!! . The Intrusion . What’s your story?. Sample Paragraph.

By anne
(271 views)

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