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THE PRESENT SIMPLE :

THE PRESENT SIMPLE :

THE PRESENT SIMPLE : . For actions which occur regularly, habits, permanent situations and general truths. On Sundays, I work. On Mondays, I wash my car . On Tuesdays, I go to the bank. On Wednesdays, I cook. On Thursdays, I bake. On Fridays, I buy food. On Saturdays, I rest !.

By MartaAdara
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THE PRESENT SIMPLE :

THE PRESENT SIMPLE :

THE PRESENT SIMPLE : . For actions which occur regularly, habits, permanent situations and general truths. On Sundays, I work. On Mondays, I wash my car . On Tuesdays, I go to the bank. On Wednesdays, I cook. On Thursdays, I bake. On Fridays, I buy food. On Saturdays, I rest !.

By noleta
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Modifiers and Comparisons

Modifiers and Comparisons

Modifiers and Comparisons. Degrees of Comparison. Positive Form: base form, no comparison Comparative Form: compares two people or things using more or -er Superlative Form: compares three or more people or things using most or –est. Examples.

By kimberly
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Stylistic tips

Stylistic tips

Stylistic tips . Or how to make your writing more sophisticated. Emphatic tenses. Used to emphasize a point EX: While the author utilizes irony sparingly, he does employ……..

By davina
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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. English Set 2. dialect. Speech that reflects pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar typical of a geographical region. simile. comparison of two things using the words “like” or “as,” e.g. “Her smile was as cold as ice.”. metaphor.

By deo
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Grammar Tip of the Week!

Grammar Tip of the Week!

Grammar Tip of the Week!. Week Seven Positive Forms (A Continuation of Active Writing) (from Strunk and White’s Elements of Style ). Put Statements in Positive Form. When you write, you should make definite assertions. Avoid tame, colorless, hesitating, noncommittal language.

By abdalla
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Proper Adjective Comparisons

Proper Adjective Comparisons

Proper Adjective Comparisons. The Three Degrees of an Adjective. Positive Comparative Superlative. Positive Adjectives. A positive adjective is the simplest form of an adjective. It provides more information about an entity. Correct Example: He is poor. Comparative Adjectives.

By dacian
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UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE ZIMAPÁN

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE ZIMAPÁN

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE ZIMAPÁN. Licenciatura en Derecho Tema: So/ Neither L.E.L.I. Maria del Rosario Nolasquez Trejo Enero – Junio 2014. Tema: So/ Neither Resumen ( Abstract ) Reconocer frases y expresiones que denoten acuerdo y/o desacuerdo.

By bert
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UNIT 1

UNIT 1

UNIT 1. Simple Present. This-That These-Those. There is There are. House & food. Simple Present. Flash Cards. Simple Present positive form. Know. To sleep. I sleep He sleep s She sleep s It sleep s You sleep We sleep They sleep. I go He go es She go es It go es

By magda
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Double Negatives!

Double Negatives!

Double Negatives!. By Emily Ray. 3 Commonly asked questions about double negatives… What is a negative word? What is a double negative? What is wrong with using a double negative ? *Answer these questions for the pre-teaching activity. Question 1: What is a negative word?

By jackie
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Writing Skill cont. (to be used together with DVD on Powerful ways to Persuade People.)

Writing Skill cont. (to be used together with DVD on Powerful ways to Persuade People.)

Writing Skill cont. (to be used together with DVD on Powerful ways to Persuade People.). Objectives. Discuss the difference between writing to inform and writing to persuade Explain why you need to know about the self interests of your readers Identify four ways to write with passion

By neveah
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Translating LTL to Automata

Translating LTL to Automata

Translating LTL to Automata. Literature: Peled ch. 6.8 – end of 6 Mads Dam. Automaton State. Already processed formulas. Previous state identifier. Name:. Incoming. Formulas to be processed. New:. Old:. Formulas for next state. Next:. Initial nodes:. Final nodes = automaton states:.

By halia
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A little Review

A little Review

A little Review. Comparison with adjectives. An adjective is a word that describes or gives information about a personal noun, a place, animals or things. Examples: The cat is  small The man is  tall The woman is  fat. Positive Form.

By nardo
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What is a Sentence?

What is a Sentence?

What is a Sentence?. Mrs. Marino Houghton Mifflin, Reading, grade 3 Extra Support Handbook Pages 20-21. Bare Bones. Capital letter at the beginning Subject: noun or subject pronoun Predicate: verb Punctuation. No, but don’t race ahead of me!. That’s all?. Let Me Explain.

By miette
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Adverbs of manner

Adverbs of manner

Adverbs of manner. Unit 1 Pedagogía en Inglés 200 Grammar II. Adjective bad complete normal  surprising. Adverb of Manner badly completely normally surprisingly. Adverbs of manner.

By cerise
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Review your homework using green pen. Add your statements for: R A P

Review your homework using green pen. Add your statements for: R A P

Review your homework using green pen. Add your statements for: R A P. Homework. Examination questions and essay question (brief advice, you need to make at least 18 distinctive statements to access the top band for the essay, even though there are only 14 marks). Controlling Anxiety.

By lily
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The Verbs imasu and arimasu Particle ga in Existential Sentences

The Verbs imasu and arimasu Particle ga in Existential Sentences

Class Session 7a Chapter 5. The Verbs imasu and arimasu Particle ga in Existential Sentences Specifying Location of Existence with Particle ni The Particle Cluster ni wa , ni mo Expressing What Exists. The Verbs imasu and arimasu.

By fai
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CONTENT STANDARDS LEARNING OBJECTIVES CURRICULUM - FRAMING QUESTIONS

CONTENT STANDARDS LEARNING OBJECTIVES CURRICULUM - FRAMING QUESTIONS

CONTENT STANDARDS LEARNING OBJECTIVES CURRICULUM - FRAMING QUESTIONS. TEMPIATURA AND VEGA. Listening        Identify cause/effect from statements/situations heard. Reading          Perceive relationship           - give possible causes to a           given effect and possible

By toby
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I – MODALS II - PAST MODALS

I – MODALS II - PAST MODALS

I – MODALS II - PAST MODALS. MODALS - I. Must Mustn't Have to Don't have to Ought to Should Shoudn't Need to Needn't. Obligation ? Necessity ? prohibition ? Lack of obligation ? Lack of necessity Advice ? recommendation ?. Must: obligation Mustn't: prohibition

By arvin
(810 views)

English

English

Some, any, no, every and compounds. English. Some, any , no, every and compounds. Some, any, no, every and compounds. English. Some and any. apples Some food } money Any water people films.

By fauna
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