• Grammar Tense and Description
    Continuous 5. Simple Past 6. Past Continuous 7. Past Perfect 8. Past Perfect Continuous 9. Simple Future 10.Future Continuous 11.Future Perfect 12. Future Perfect Continuous www.aristotleprep.com 4 1) The Simple Present Tense The simple present tense is used to discuss permanent situations...
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  • Games for Kifs
    students should point to who they think has the (apple) and say "He/She does." The first student to guess correctly should be rewarded. The Wind is Blowing (submitted by Wyatt Crane) A great game for all kids ages 6+, as long as they're producing full sentences, in a group of maybe 8-15 people. It is...
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  • How to Write Well
    topic for all of them. 14. Which of these sentences uses pronouns correctly? a. Who is the best speller in the class? b. The teacher told me and her to go to the white board. c. My aunt is whom I like best of all the relatives. d. My aunt invited him and I to go to the movies. 15. Which of these...
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  • Gangs Across America
    America for too long. Gang activity has been increasing more over the past few years. We have to make a strong attempt to minimize or even stop gang activity across the country by having curfews, having more kids in extra curricular activities, and having ex-gang member's talk to youths. Gangs today...
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  • Doctor
    questions with definitive answers any day and I was in my glory. To have to write, not only sentences, but paragraphs “in my own words” on any given subject was the most dreaded aspect of my entire educational life. The only thing worse than writing an essay, was actually letting someone else read it...
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  • all about you
    around four to five years old my wife and I will move on to having a second child. Both of our kids will be attending public schools. They will also have to be involved in some sort of activity, whether it is sports or a hobby like playing a musical instrument throughout high school. Of course; since I...
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  • Bad Effects of Electronics Gadget
    kids and teens are actually letting these obscure abbreviations seep into their normal writing. A recent study by Pew Internet in 2008 revealed that 50 percent of students use informal slang in their assignments. Furthermore, 38 percent admit they have used abbreviations in their schoolwork like...
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  • Laws of Life
    excuse for any of my actions or Mistakes. As a kid I always hated school, but I was a really good student. I always had decent Grades, good attitude, lots of friends, perfect attendance, and my teachers liked me. But For some reason I told my self I hated school so much. Then I was in...
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  • ELEMENT IN WRITING
    parallelism in structure which is considered a grammatical error. The correct form is: • Air travel is safe, fast and convenient. Lack of parallelism may arise in many different ways. Example-1: • Swimming, seeing movies and to go for walk are my hobbies. In this sentence...
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  • English work
    their limit in this town. My wife wants us to run away but I don’t. Help me Mr. Finch. For the sake of my wife and kids, free me. 15/10/59 Dear Mr. Finch, Jail sucks. I miss the outside world. I miss my wife and kids Mr. Finch. How are they doing? Please pass my regards to her. For the past few...
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  • Narrative Paper
    scared because me and my brother were late to school so I was bothered throughout the first day. On the first day of second grade I left early because I was moving to Texas the next day of school. I have many hobbies I can tell but I’m only going to tell you about three of my hobbies. My first...
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  • Grammar
    A gerund (verb + ing) acts like a noun in a sentence. * Seeing is believing. * Running a marathon is not an easy thing to do. * Watching TV is sometimes harmful. * Eating is always fun. * My hobby is painting. * She loves babysitting her sister. * I like listening to...
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  • The Effects of Technology on Classrooms and Students of Saint Francis College Students, School Year 2010-2011
    was working on, he wouldn't tell me. Then he asked if he could put his HyperCard stack on my computer because it was hooked up to speakers. I said "sure" and at recess. . . he put it on my computer and played his music and literally stopped the room. And for months he had kids begging him at recess...
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  • Viet Lai Cau
    morning. There is ...................................... 10. During dinner, the phone rang. While I ........................... b. Change these sentences into passive voice 1. I'll ask some one to paint my house blue. 2. I don't like people laughing me at my mistake. 3. Did anyone see you...
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  • Lesson Plan Having Fun Writing
    rearrange the sentences. Then, each group will present the work to check their understanding. For the production stage, teacher distributes work sheet to pupils. For closure, teacher wrap up the lesson by asking the pupils to list out the hobbies learnt. Content standard: . 2.2 Demonstrate...
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  • Tttpoa
    /2010 34 (iii) Mechanics (punctuation and spelling) (2 marks) satisfactory use of punctuation satisfactory spelling 1 mark 1 mark (iv) Grammar (tense and sentence structure) (2 marks) appropriate use of tense appropriate sentence structure 1 mark 1 mark Total 10 marks Generic Task 2...
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  • How to Write a Cv
    • List any interests and hobbies but don’t make anything up, and don’t include socialising i.e. going to the pub. • A record of any previous interests you have enjoyed is acceptable. If you like reading, expand on the literary genre, likewise with theatre, music etc. • It is important to mention those...
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  • Hoang Vu
    , a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. It can also be something a person often forgets or usually does not do. Examples: • I play tennis. • She does not play tennis. • Does he play tennis? • The train leaves every morning at 8 AM. • The...
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  • Child Is the Father of Man
    children, though without the giggles and glee. My father, who watched his mother battle Alzheimer’s, memorably captured the feeling: Bringing down parents is much harder than bringing up kids, he said. At first glance, taking care of children and taking care of parents seem vastly different...
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  • Meth and the Dysfunctional Family
    ) She soon discovered that she and her boyfriend, the father of her two young boys were under arrest for the sale, distribution, and manufacturing of Methamphetamines. Her charges are later dropped and amended to aiding and abiding, which was a sentence of only four years. “They actually caught me...
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