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The choice of a dictionary – Collins or Longman? Nowadays many learners of English face a problem – which dictionary to choose as their main aid in learning the language. There is a variety of dictionaries from different publishers available at the market now, but we can focus here on two – Collins and Longman which are quite good reference books for everybody. Although they are both equally preferred by English learners, they posses a number of features which leave the buyer with not an easy...

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Important of Dictionary

How to use a dictionary effectively Reasons for using a dictionary A dictionary is a very important tool for anyone who is learning a new language. With a good dictionary you can do the following: look up the meaning of an English word you see or hear find the English translation of a word in your language check the spelling of a word check the plural of a noun or past tense of a verb find out other grammatical information about a word find the synonym or antonym...

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the Google translation. If you had to write it down you would have to use the dictionary and it would take you several hours. Instead of that you would use the Google translation that would save you a lot of time. The special thing about Google translation is that you could write any sentence or paragraph in English and then you would get the translation from another language. Also you would have to use books and dictionary to find each word and write it in a paragraph or sentence that would take you...

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Departmentalized Grade Inquiry System

operational definition of terms as used in this study: Accuracy. The quality of being accurate (Webster’s New English Dictionary and thesaurus). In this study, is a process that would tell investing in grading information system accurate. Computer. Computer is an electronic device that process data In accordance with programmed instructions. (Webster’s New English Dictionary and thesaurus). In this study, are equipment that would be used in upgrading the information system program. Grading...

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values: incorruptibility (Merriam dictionary). Integrity gives a person strength to make difficult decisions. Integrity is a learned behavior that can be relied upon at all times. Honesty is a fairness and straightforwardness of conduct (Merriam dictionary). Honesty is one of the values that is very important simply because it says a lot about the respect level that a person holds for you. Loyalty is a feeling of strong support for someone or something (Merriam dictionary). Loyalty really says it all...

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Nursing Has Evolved from Being an Occupation to Being a Profession and an Academic Discipline.

technical colleges of nursing into institutes of higher education. In this paper I had the privilege to discuss how Nursing has evolved from being an occupation to being a profession and an academic discipline. According to the Collins English Dictionary, An occupation isa person's regular work or profession; job or principal activity, any activity on which time is spent by a person, the act of occupying or the state of being occupied, the control of a country by a foreign military and the period...

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Personal Philosophy of Nursing

conduct, thought, and the nature of the universe" (p. 31), and Merriam-Webster more clearly defines states "pursuit of wisdom, the search for a general understanding of values and reality by chiefly speculative rather the observational needs" (online dictionary). That's me. I strongly belief in modern medicine and the advancements in technology, therefore it is crucial for me to keep up on current trends, translate procedures, the use of new equipment and what to expect for my patients. I respect the...

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Hate, denotative and connotative in Romeo and Juliet

they’re soooo annoying.” or “I hate gym class, exercise is not, my thing.” This is not hate; it is just an extreme overstatement. Not many people will ever experience true hatred. Hate is seen as a strong negative emotion or extreme loathing, its dictionary definition is to express or feel extreme enmity. Two denotative definitions of hate are, “to feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility towards.” and “to dislike intensely or passionately.” These two definitions are similar because they both...

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How to Write in Your Own Words in 7 Steps

20/03/2013 How to Wr ite in Your Own Wor ds: 7 steps ( with pictur es) - wikiHow How to W rite in Your Own W ords It sure is easy these days to use a dictionary or a thesaurus (especially online! ) or other guides to write out essays, papers, and articles. But what makes everything written so special is how unique it is. Writing can be a form of your emotions, characters are simply what the author's imagination comes up with, it is a broad horizon, infinite. Go with the idea that is planted...

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Detrimental Traditional Media and Social Media

(http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/detrimental) Detrimental is used as the main point of the argument. The researchers believe that the selected media bring more “detrimental” effects to the youth of today. 2. Habit (s) – Habit is a settled tendency or usual manner of behavior or a behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition or physiologic exposure that shows itself in regularity or increased facility of performance (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/habit) Habits, in the research...

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