• Noli Me Tangere
    , aggravated, tells the man to return in the afternoon. Elias becomes like a slave who bids farewell to his master, Ibarra, by disguising his intentions behind questions asking whether Crisostomo had other things he wanted him to do because Elias was actually taking a trip to Batangas. From the day...
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  • Effects of the Computer Games in the Performance of the Students
    (be) here, she (know) what to do. 2. Fred failed the test because he didn’t study. However, if he (study) for the test, he (pass) it. 3. You should tell your father exactly what happened. If I (be) you, I (tell) him the...
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  • Letters
    wise who go in for heart-searching. That in itself is a great quality. I have given my free opinion about you. Write to me how do you feel after reading it ? How are your mother and father? Please convey my best regards to them. Yours sincerely, Surendra, (27) Write a letter to your father...
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  • Harold Krebs and Norman Bowker
    .” “Couldn’t your brother really be your beau just because he’s your brother?” “I don’t know.” “[…] Couldn’t you be my beau, hare, if I was old enough and if you wanted to?” “Sure, You’re my girl now.”(Hemingway 168) Finally in the end, he realizes that coming home isn’t right...
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  • Bht Kuch
    . | |Dated the 21st March 2011 | |Dear Karim, | |How, excited I was to find your roll number in the news paper and know that you have| |I was very...
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  • Chapter 1 & Composition
    grace of Almighty God I am also hale and hearty here. I am especially writing this letter to you for a particular purpose. My parents have planned to visit some historical places in Sindh. In middle of this month. I am ware of the fact that your school has closed down for summer vacations so how...
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  • Summary of a Passage to India
    why he was not at the party; Aziz makes up the excuse that he had to go to the post office. In Chapter IX, Dr. Lal goes to Aziz's bungalow to treat him for a mild illness. Mohammed Latif A poor distant relation of Hamidullah. He is described as "a gentle, happy, and dishonest old man" who "had...
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  • Essay
    your parents.” - He told 17. “Don’t talk to that man”, she said. - She told 18. I didn’t understand the lesson because I didn’t go to school yesterday. - If 19. Jane can’t go to your party because you don’t invite her. - If 20. They haven’t finished their homework yet. - Their homework 21. Jim was...
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  • Management
    previous day. d. Father said to his son, ‘Are you reading now?’ Answer: Father asked his son if he was reading then. Try yourself: a. The teacher said to the students, ‘Have you learnt your lessons today?’ b. Mother said to me, ‘Did you go to college yesterday?’ c. The man said to the girl, ‘Will...
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  • English notes
    : How did you fail in your interview? Sentence: Yesterday my friend went to an organization in order to give his interview when he was returning him how did his interview go off? 9. England has gone off the gold standard Meaning: England’s currency is no longer solidly backed by gold. Sentence: The...
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  • Do's and don'ts of english punctuation
    . 4. Judge Carswell later to be nominated for the Supreme Court had ruled against civil rights. 5. In last week's New Yorker, one of my favorite magazines, I enjoyed reading Leland's article How Not to Go Camping. 6. Yes, Jim said, I'll be home by ten. 7. There was only one thing to do study...
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  • The Absolutely True Diary About a Parttime Indian
    sister sends me a letter Mary writes another letter to Junior. In this letter she tells Junior about her troubles finding a job on the new reservation, because she doesn't have enough experience. She's also started to write her life story and is thinking of entitling it: How to Run Away from Your...
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  • essay
    : • “Tell me a little bit more about her [him].” • “Can you describe something about what that marriage [relationship] was like for you?” • “Tell me about your children.” Current Living Arrangements In this section, give a brief description of the home, how the client feels about the home, and...
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  • Mr Grathu
    find ways in which children can be involved Keep talking about the person who has died Trust yourself and your instincts – you know how to do this Be willing, if appropriate, to refer or signpost to child bereavement services Look after yourself too. demanding work Supporting bereaved...
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  • Observation
    poison goes away.” (Learned about antivenom at school that day.) • Wayne goes back up slide and tells the baby, “Then we do a massage on you. How about that?” Wayne gives baby massage on his back and holds onto baby so he can’t go down slide. • Wayne goes halfway down slide, then jumps...
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  • Changing pattern
    person on your right a story, an experience, a joke or a funny story about a walking tour. If you are B, listen to the story from the person on your left and tell it to the person on your right. And so on round the class until the story comes back to the person who told it first. Was the story you...
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  • Auxiliary Verbs: Particular Uses
    possible for you to go and see? | 7 Did ... noise? I think the clock may have fallen ... Could you go and see? | 8 | I'm unable to go myself because I'm unable to leave the baby. | 8 I can't go ... I can't leave ... | 9 | Mary and Harry McArthur have at last been able to do what they have always...
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  • Written and Spoken Discourse
    of expressing feelings. Just like: We drove to the lake and had a picnic, and I went for a drive in the country on Saturday. The weekend Chris: What about your weekend? Kate: You know last Saturday I went to downtown. Chris: Really, how was it? What did u do? Kate: We went to the lake for a...
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  • Noli Me Tangere
    victims in and near Manila. As letters concerning this scourge reached Rizal, they made his sensitive heart yearn to go to their relief. José's father did not write any letters, but he sent word at every opportunity to say how proud he was of his son's achievements. And his mother, Paciano told him...
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  • Bdriver
    to your friend about a picnic to Cox’s Bazaar. 10 6. Write a paragraph on ‘Eve Teasing ‘ 10 7. You and your friend are discussing how to...
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