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    The Present

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    in cutting. The boy asks the wise old man about the present and how could he get it. He had heard about how wonderful it was and how happy and successful it would make him. As the boy grows into his teens he keeps trying to find out how to attain this present. The old man tells him he already knows how to attain it‚ the present is a gift we all have to give to ourselves. As the boy grows into a young man he gives up the search for The Present‚ and he begins running into problems at work and in his

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    Gift and Presents

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    Presents . Another word that synonym to it is gift . Have you ever gave a present to someone ? Have you ever received presents ? Well ‚ you must be . Because a person that never gave or received presents ‚ her life maybe is a dull one . Let’s talk about giving presents first . Why do you gave presents ? There must be a reason why you give a presents to somebody . I myself will not simply give a present to somebody for no reason . There are several reasons of giving presents . First ‚ to celebrate

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    Present and Sustainability

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    Sustainability Nowadays one of the main challenges of the construction industry is to improve the image in terms of sustainability. Sustainability is defined as the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Institutions have currently given sustainability more importance than it has ever received‚ mainly due to laws and regulations introduced by the governments of economically developed countries. In addition‚

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    The past and the present

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    The past and the present Our life is like a triangle‚ past‚ present‚ future is like three different vertices in one triangle. Each of them has their own world but they are interknitted by each other. Memory and physical world is a pair of intriguing words which effect each other. Our present is consist of many pieces of the past and we can learn lessons from the experience of the past to affect the present life. Thus‚ how to deal with the relationship between memory and physical world

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    The Present Perfect Tense

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    NIVEL: Segundo Medio PROFESOR-A : Mónica Meneses S. PLAZO: 30 de octubre UNIDAD TEMATICA: Traditions‚ Traditions. CONTENIDO: The Present Perfect Tense / Vocabulary related to different holidays‚/ Text about holiday APRENDIZAJE ESPERADO: 1.-Usar estructura gramatical del tiempo presente perfecto en las 3 formas. 2.-Manejar vocabulario relacionado a diferentes festividades 3

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    Present Perfect Tensesule

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    PRESENT PERFECT TENSE The autumn has already arrived How do you know? LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES: I have seen that movie twenty times.  I think I have met him once before.  There have been many earthquakes in California.  We haven’t cleaned the house yet.  Recently‚ we have argued a lot.  Have you talked to him lately?  I have already finished my homework. PRESENT PERFECT TENSE FORM: have / has + past participle Affirmative: I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before. Interrogative:

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    Simple Present Tense

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    Make the Present Simple Tense: Structure: subject+auxiliary verb+ main verb+object do base There are three important exceptions: For positive sentences‚ we do not normally use the auxiliary. For the 3rd person singular (he‚ she‚ it)‚ we add “s” to the main verb or “es” to the auxiliary. For the verb to be‚ we do not use an auxiliary‚ even for questions and negatives. Only for interrogative and negative sentence we use auxiliary verb. Example : Look at these examples with the main

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    Benedict Bajala BSActy-2 Rizal’s Relevance in the Present Time 1. Joining organizations: Rizal believed in the goals of organizations that are related to the achievement of unity and freedom of humankind. He always had the time and opportunity to join into organizations. 2. Global Fellowship: In every journey‚ he was able to meet and befriend foreigners who sympathize with the experiences and events occuring in the Philippines. 3. The Rizal traits: not stealing from government

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    Mythology the Past and Present Nike is the winged goddess of victory according to Greek mythology. She sat at the side of Zeus‚ the ruler of the Olympic pantheon‚ in Olympus. A mystical presence‚ symbolizing victorious encounters‚ Nike presided over history’s earliest battlefields. A Greek would say‚ "When we go to battle and win‚ we say it is Nike." Synonymous with honored conquest‚ Nike is the twentieth century footwear that lifts the world’s greatest athletes to new levels of mastery and achievement

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    The Past‚ Present‚ and a Condemned Future “The past is the present‚ isn’t it? It’s the future too. We all try to lie out of that but life won’t let us”(882). The character of Mary Tyrone declares this quote and poses an ominous thought; the state of time is merely irrelevant in life. It does not matter whether one resides in the present‚ the past can hauntingly resurface; the hope for the future can consume and blur what occurs currently. The main characters of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named

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