Hey, Can please somebody read and correct this text? I thning that this time it is very bad... But I can't say exactly why... maybe someone of you can help me? Thanks Minnie 1. What does Cohen point out before giving his seven monster theses? Before Cohen gives is seven mo...
Use the Present Value Table on page 358 of your text to compute the present value (principal) for an investment with a compound amount of $20,000, a 30-month term of investment, and a 14% nominal interest rate compounded semiannually. (Points : 2.5)
7. Using the combined wage bracket tables located on pages 282 and 283 of your textbook, calculate how much combined tax should be withheld from the paycheck of a married employee earning $910 per week and claiming three withholding allowances
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and the last part: To see is in our search never found with an Adjective Phrase, whereas to smell and to look took nearly the same number of Adjective Phrases (see Table 2). We dont found many subordinate clause complements in our research for the three verbs. To look on...
Conclusion In this conclusion we will summarize the similarities and differences of the verbs of perception. Table 2 can give a first overview of the different complements. You can see that although the verbs are semantically similar they are different in their complementation...
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next paragraph: The verb to see took that most different complements. We found 7 different complements, and see was never used as a noun in the example sentences of the BNC. The verb to see took 34 times a Noun Phrase like the verb to smell did. To see took two times a preposi...
exactly that is what I meant. So can it stand the way I wrote it?
I do have it in italics in my word text programm. But thanks for remeber me. With the sentence I mean that I found to look one time with a that clause where the that does not occur. So we call them that without that - clause complement. Do you understand it now?