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  • The Middle English Period (1100-1500)
    The Middle English Period (1100-1500) Middle English (ME) was the dominant and traditional spoken language form in many parts of England during the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages are so called as the middle period between the decline of the Roman Empire and prior to the period called the Rena...
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  • english romeo and juliet
    Barangaroo is said to soon be the future of Sydney and to give people maximum access to Sydney’s harbour. By doing this development it will cost the government around 6 billion AUD making it Sydney’s largest redevelopment project this century and will continue to evolve over the next 10 to...
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  • English Sample Paper Grade 9
    Summative Assessment – I, 2011 English Communicative Class - IX 410012 Maximum Marks: 90 Time : 3 hours Instructions: The question paper is divided into four sections. Section A: Reading Section B: Writing Section C: Grammar Section D: Literature 20 marks 25 marks 20 marks 25 marks Sectio...
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  • English Test Elementary
    ENGLISH TEST 1-ADJETIVES: COMPLETE THE CHART WITH THE OPPOSITE ADJETIVE. 12P BORING | | EASY | | QUICK | | STRONG | | UGLY | | SAD | | LOUD | | THICK | | EXPENSIVE | | NAUGHTY | | DIRTY | | TALL | | 2- PAINT THE SQUARES. 5P | | | | | ALWAYS | | |...
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  • English Syntax
    Chapter2: ELEMENTS OF SENTENCE STRUCTURE, Q 1: SENTENCES AND CLAUSES. Elements: The basic constituents of a sentence are subject and predicate. Constituents of the predicate itself are objects, adverbials and complements. Sentences differ as to which type of verb element they include;...
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  • English and Hr
    Presentation skills 1. Plan the structure and format of your presentation (a) Clarify the aim • What is the aim (i.e. the exact purpose) of the presentation? • If you are woolly about the aim, your presentation won’t be clear • Spend time establishing the aim • What do you need to cover to...
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  • Study Guide - English Terminology
    ABSTRACT NOUNrefers to ideas, processes, occasions, times, qualities that cannot be touched or seen. | | ADJECTIVEgives more information about or describes a noun or pronoun | ADVERBgives more information about (modifies) a verb, an adjective, another adverb, or a sentence. | ALLEGORY...
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  • English 4
    Tempted To Touch By Rupee To all the ladies in the dance I lose all control when I see you Standing there in front of me Your style, your clothes, your hair You fair woman, you look so sexy De way you wine and, de way you dance And de way that you twist and turn your waist Leaves me wantin...
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  • English
    Travel writing assessment Jeongwoo Kim The biggest island in china, Hainan is not only the most popular place for Chinese but also famous to some other countries’ people because of its emerald beach and eye-catching monkeys’ mountain. it is one of the great island in the planet, has...
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  • English 9 Final
    Works of Literature a) To Kill a Mockingbird 1. Author: Harper Lee 2. Publication Year: 1960 3. Plot Overview: a) Major Characters- “Scout” Finch - The narrator and protagonist of the story, Jeremy Atticus “Jem” Finch - Scout's brother and playmate at the beginning of the...
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  • English
     Community Gardens Make Good Use of Vacant Land Community Gardens Make Good Use of Vacant Land Coming into Anderson, I drove down Martin Luther King and West 14th street along my way home from work from the Pendleton Juvenile Correctional...
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  • Advanced English Notes-Hamlet
    TRANSFORMATIONS OF TEXT Hamlet and RAGAD Summary Notes ------------------------------------------------- HAMLET Themes- fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a text. Motifs- Recurring structures, contrasts, or literary devices that can help to develop and inform a responder...
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  • English Poetry and of Mice and Men Exam Practice
    what to look for in poetry • tone • pace • mood/atmoshere • themes/ideas • imagery • techniques, why????? woman work and overheard in country Sligo differences- ▪ woman work-very busy mood and atmosphere-because of the rhyme! reflects everything she has to do ▪...
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  • Icse English Language Specimen Paper
    Question 1 Write a composition of reasonable length [350-400 words] in any one of the following: [25] (a) School is a temple of learning. But this belief is fast changing now. Keeping in view the trend adopted by the students of today, give your views on the statement. (b) Man is...
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  • Oral Commentary Tips for Ib English A2
    Oral Commentary  English A2     In the oral commentary you are expected to show critical thinking when you discuss a passage. You have to show that you understand the subject matter and your ideas have to be relevant and focused. When presented with an extract from a text, talk about the extra...
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  • English
    1. How do you think a small margin for error affects communication on a project? I think that when you have a small margin for error, it affects communication on a project in a good way. The team members know that they cannot make any mistakes and therefore, they will communicate more to ensure eve...
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  • Indian Authors and the Evolution of the Indian English Novel
    Indian Authors and the Evolution of the Indian English Novel — Neelima Kumar The story of the Indian English novel is really the story of a changing India. There was a time when education was a rare opportunity and speaking English was unnecessary. The stories were already there- in the myths...
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  • English Notes
    English 102 * Be careful to distinguish between facts and opinions. * Facts are statements which can be proven to be either true or false; evidence is available to support them. There appropriate to use in your research essay. * Generalizations are statements about a large group of item...
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  • The Role of English
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the problem English is connecting language between people in entire world on earth. Almost developing countries include our beloved country Indonesia use this language as general communication, we can find everywhere everyplace people talk in many words...
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