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September 2, 2014

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science:biology
biology 210
June 16, 2014

Business Communication
"It is the case that good communicators advance more quickly in the company." Which of the following statements would be the best revision of this sentence? A. "It is the case that good communicators advance faster in the company. " B. "it is true that...
January 10, 2014

Business Communication
If an audience is opposed to what you have to say or resistant to change you are suggesting, a good approach is to: A. Be as ambiguous as possible to avoid offending the members of the audience B. Begin the message with something both you and the audience can agree upon C. Try...
January 10, 2014

Business Communication
Providing an audience with some background information on a topic before delivering the main message is an example if responding to which audience analysis question? A. What positive aspects can you emphasize? B. How will the audience use the document? C. How will the audience...
January 10, 2014

Business Communication
When an audience feels your message is unimportant to them, you should: A. Use threatening language to show your seriousness of the matter. B. Make any action requested as easy as possible to accomplish. C. Avoid imposing deadlines for action. D. Make the message long and ...
January 10, 2014

Business Communication
Many companies have found that family friendly policies: A. Are good recruiting tools,but often result in relocation failures B. Are one of the six leading reasons that new managers fail C. Have given employees with children higher overall compensation levels D. Produce clear ...
January 10, 2014

Business Communication
With increased market globalization, intercultural competence: A. Becomes less of a challenge B. Is aided significantly by advanced technologies such as faxes, overnight delivery and email. C. Reduces the chances of interacting with people who speak another language. D. Is ...
January 10, 2014

english
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 ...
October 27, 2013

business math-73
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)
October 5, 2013

math
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
September 9, 2013

delete
Thank you so much!! And it would be great if you can delete now this tread :) Thanks, Thanks, Thanks!!
July 30, 2013

english
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 don’t found many subordinate clause complements in our research for the three verbs. To look ...
July 30, 2013

english
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...
July 30, 2013

english
ok thank you.
July 30, 2013

english
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 ...
July 30, 2013

english
exactly that is what I meant. So can it stand the way I wrote it?
July 30, 2013

english
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?
July 30, 2013

english
Thanks :) and the next The verb to look took most frequently a Prepositional Phrase namely 38 times [1], it took ten times an adjective Phrase [2] and it was found one time with a that clause without that complement [3] and also one time without a complement [4]. The word look...
July 30, 2013

english
the next paragraph :) And thank you soooo much for helping me! Now we wanted to answer the research questions. We will have a closer look to the complements and try to find answers why which verb takes which complement. The verb to smell took mostly Noun Phrases ( [1] 34 times...
July 30, 2013

english
thanks and now the next paragraph :) Data Analysis Now we wanted to answer the research questions. We will have a closer look to the complements and try to find answers why which verb take which complement. Conclusion: The verb to smell took mostly Nounphrases ( [1] 34 times...
July 26, 2013

english
Hey I know it is long ago since I posted more of my text but there was so much else I had to do... I hope somebody can correct it :) Then I took a second look at each sentence, because it often is the case that the BNC has very long sentences in which it is difficult to see ...
July 26, 2013

physical science
a string 0.5 m long is used to whirl a 1 kg stone in a horiziontal circle at a uniform velocity of 5m/s what is the tension on the string?
July 6, 2013

To Minnie
Hey, ok I can understand that, but it is quite a lot.. I think if I have finished there will be 17 sites...
June 27, 2013

government
In Chana's political structure, the central government's control over local subdivisions is best described as what
June 26, 2013

German
Can you give us the other answers? These 2 are incorrect... I think it has to.been -den-
June 7, 2013

english
I thank you! First for reading the letter and second for motivating me my saying my english is good :)
June 5, 2013

english
Hey you :) Can you please read that letter to my host family? Can you maybe give me tips what I can add? what I don't have to say? And look up the grammer? Thank you Minnie Dear Host Family, My name is Minnie. I’m 21 years old, my birthday is on 2nd September. I study...
June 5, 2013

english
I thank you both sooo much! Then,it will be all good tomorrow! And now.i need sleep. Thanks again!
May 15, 2013

better?
I*m a good girl :) Is it good this way? - Means that there must be more than one negative word in a sentences - Can be find in some languages like French, Spanish or Russian -> French: Je na vais nulle part. I’m not going nowhere -> I’m not going anywhere ->...
May 15, 2013

english
please, only this time, can you correct it?
May 15, 2013

late
Sorry I am realy late with it and need an answer...
May 15, 2013

english
Yeah, and is my grammar and writing all right? I need a handout for my class and don't want to have mistakes in it..
May 15, 2013

english
Hey, can naybody please look wheter I wirte it all right? Thanks :) Negative Concord - Means that there must be more then one negative word in a sentences - Can be find in some languages like French, Spanish or Russian -> French: Je na vais nulle part. I’m not going ...
May 15, 2013

German grammar
It is incorrect. Correct is Die Wellen sind sehr groß geworden. You choose the wrong verb form.
May 13, 2013

english
Ok, We liked to plan the game, and one of the childs asked what the mesining of it is... Thank you
May 13, 2013

english
Hey, as you know I'm German, but I love this clappping game (Hanky Panky). Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky Where the eeps, ops, sodapops Hey Mr. Lilypad and went kerplop Is there any meaning? I am not able to translate it..
May 13, 2013

German
The explanation reiny gives is perfect!
May 2, 2013

German
Correct you can say so in german.
May 2, 2013

english
Ok, thank you
May 2, 2013

english
So negativ concord is the same as duoble negation?
May 2, 2013

english
Ok, so am i right, that in standart english is ne negativ concord? My teacher told me to explain who to build negativ concord. As i see in the link you gave me it is so that negativ concord occurs mostly with don't, aren't and something like that, in some english ...
May 2, 2013

english
Hello, I have to explain my study group negative concord, but I don't really understand what it is.. I read about it, I google it but what exactly is negative concord? Can one of you maybe explain it to me?
May 2, 2013

German (i need help quickly, please)
I don't understand you question.
April 25, 2013

German
Er musste gesungen ist incorrect. Gesungen is in the wrong form for the person Er
April 25, 2013

German
correct
April 19, 2013

Algebra
Which equation represents the axis of symmetry of the function y = –2x² + 4x –6? (1 point) y = 1 x = 1 x = 3 x = –3
February 21, 2013

English Linguistics
The Problem is that my professor, tell me the things an other way then do it... And know I don't know what I shall write friday on the quizz... I will look all the things up again and tell you then, whether I find something that makes all clear. Thank so much so far. You ...
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
So you say it isn't a complement? Can you give me a definition of complement?
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
Yes, in German the order of words can change the meaning. I found an other example, maybe you can exlain it to me? "I had never confessed to her my role in forging the first link in the recent chain of tragic events." TASK: Prove that TO HER is not indirect object ...
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
Yeah, I see. But on his shetts it really is People gave the right information to the president. And then he prove that to the President is a complement by the way I tell you above... I don't understand it
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
I can't send you the link from my professor... That's to bad, maybe I wirte something wrong or so.. You could have a look there...
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
This don't really help me. Our example was: People gave the right information to the President. We prove that to the president is a complement because: it denotes a participant of the giving-event, it cannot be replaced by an adjective or a bare noun, or a pronoun in the ...
February 12, 2013

English Linguistics
Hey :) I have a quizz on Friday, and on the shetts, it seems to be a mistake... First it stands there: Complements can be expresseed by adjectives or a bare noun. Objects can't. And then at an example sentences cannot be replaced my an adjective or a bare noun -> it is ...
February 12, 2013

Math 6th grade
What is the largest fraction that can be made out of these numbers? 4,7,9
January 30, 2013

English - Writeacher
Yeah it was really cool, I just had known everything. ;) And what I don't know so well, I tried to explain and my teacher helped a little. Now I just have to practise my speaking skills. :)
December 20, 2012

English - Writeacher
Thank you so much! Because you helped me with the articles my performence in class was pretty good. I just have to train my pronunciation. So just thanks a lot.
December 20, 2012

English
Hey, Is this a text with a lot of mistakes in a/an, the? The most people live in the city called Berlin in Germany, where they eat mostly a Weisswurst for a meal and the people weare all Dirndls ans the Lederhosen. When they go to the school they learn the most common subjects...
December 18, 2012

English
Thanks, but I know this already. Now I really need a sentensence with a lot The/a/an in it. And I don't get one... Can you give me a sentences?
December 18, 2012

English
Hey, I need a very last help with my english article problem... I need a very long sentence with lots of the, a/an. And there must be a lots of article mistakes in it. Can you help me?
December 18, 2012

English
Ok, as I write the first sentence, I had the feeling, it can't go without. I thank you again very much!
December 17, 2012

English
The French drink a lot of wine. The Americans are frindly people. The Germans always eat Weisswurst. The Iraquis live in a warm land. And all these sentence can go without "the", right?
December 17, 2012

English
But it is sure, that I can use "the" with more nationalties then these with the suffix I write above?!
December 17, 2012

English
Hey, Yesterday I asked a question about "the" and Writeacher helped me a lot. But now I have a further question. I have a rule in my grammar book, which says, that Nationalities with the suffix -ese. -ch, -sh, -ss; goes with the. And wirteacher says that I can Also ...
December 17, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
I thank you very much! You really helped me I'm still confused but it is better. If an other big problem come up with articles I will wirte it again.
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
we are all advanced learners, so we do most things automatically, and then to explain something is so difficult.. I will do my best but the rule in the book still confuse me.
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
So I just want to tell them that way. But why are they writing something like that in a Grammar book? Then it would be better they didn't write anything, or like by mountains they say, mountains vary. It's clear, you have to learn, or look it up.
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
I have to explain these to my classmates, so it will be better I understand it... And my grammar book confused me a lot...
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
So the rule that stands in my grammar book is not totally right. I can say The Amaricans are good at football even if there isn't one of the suffix that stands in my grammar book.
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
Ok I get this. But French wine is usually excellent wouldn't be right after the explanation. It has to be The French wine is usually excellent. Am I right?
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
That is what confused me so. In my question I posted what my grammar book says, with the Examples. Are the explanation totaly right?
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
So I can't say - The Americans are good in football. - I have to say - Americans are good in football. - ? But these aren't adjectives, aren't they?
December 16, 2012

English - Ms. Sue
So in my grammar book it is these explanation: We use the with nationality adjectives that end -ese, -ch, -sh, -ss and are used to refer to all the people of that nationality, eg. Chinese, Japanese, Spanish. The French drink a lot of wine. The Swiss are famous for their banks...
December 16, 2012

english
I found the rule that national adjectives end with -ese; -ch; -sh; -ss goes with the, it's in my grammar book that way, and now I'm lconfused wether there are some without the.
December 15, 2012

english
You say in english The French drinks a lot of wine. The Swiss makes good choloclate. Is there a national adjective without "the"??
December 15, 2012

english
in a grammar book. It's a bullet point I think. So not a real sentences.
December 15, 2012

english
Hey, can anybody tell me what "Names of mountains vary" mean? I'm german and have no clue what it can mean..
December 15, 2012

english
thanks again!
November 13, 2012

english
What is right? You might be taller, but I can jump higher! or .. I could jump higher?
November 13, 2012

english
Thank you!
November 13, 2012

english
I don't know... Is Can I carry that for you better?? Even better as shall I carry that you?
November 13, 2012

english
In this case: Your teacher is carrying a pile of heavy books. Offer help. what is better to say? Shall I carry that for you? or Sorry, can I help you? Thanks :) Minnie
November 13, 2012

english
I did a exercise with indirect speech, can anybody check it? 1. "Have you visited the NA?" she asked me. -> She asked me if I had visited the NA. 2. "What do you think of the hotel food?" I asked her. -> I asked her what she thought about the hotel ...
November 9, 2012

english
So 1 & 2 are correct? and 4. without can? is it just "May I open the window?" ?
November 9, 2012

english
I wouldn't change something by 1 and 2. 3. You might be taller, but I can jump higher. 4. I may can open the window? 5. I couldn't care less what you say! is it better that way?
November 9, 2012

english
I shall wirte what I would say, but we are speaking about modals, so I think I have to answer with them... My solutions: 1. Your teacher is carrying a pile of heavy books. Offer help. -> Shall I carry that for for? or Sorry, can I help you? 2. A friend tells you that he/she...
November 9, 2012

english
Yes, my first language is German. But I want study english.. so I think this was a beginner fault...
November 9, 2012

english
I'm so stupid, so it will be: The windows on nearby buildings were blown by the force of the explosion. I just forgotten that the past form of blew is blown... Thank you both!
November 9, 2012

english
sorry, but I don't know what to change... can you give me a hint?
November 9, 2012

english
ok, I correct the sentences. 3. Many would-be shoppers are put off by the freezing conditions. 6. The windows on nearby buildings were blew by the force of the explosion 7. Several buildings were damaged by the high winds 9. The sea wall was completely washed away by unusally ...
November 9, 2012

english
Hey I have the write the sentences in passiv. But I do not really be good in passiv... can anybody check and may axplain what passiv is? The extent of the flood-damage has surprised everyone. -> Everyone was surprised by the extent of the flood - damage. 2. Someone used a ...
November 9, 2012

english
thank you very much :)
November 6, 2012

english
I have to write these sentence with the same meaning. Can anybody look them up, please? 1. We will refund your booking fee, provided you cancel 48 hours in advance. -> We will only refund your booking fee, if you cancel 48 hours in advance. 2. I wish you told me about the ...
November 6, 2012

english
6. Well, that's all for today. ___ you next week at the same time, if that's all right. A: I'm going to see; B: I'm seeing; C: I'll see I choose A; B, and C 7. Next year ___ some time travelling, and then look for a teaching job. A: I'm speending; B: I...
October 26, 2012

english
Are my solutions right?? 1. "There's someone knocking at the door! Who can it be at this time of night?" "___ Helen. She said she might come round to watch the midnight movie on TV." A: That's going to be; B: That'll be; C: It's due to be. I...
October 26, 2012

German
Der Name meiner besten Freundin ist Meaghan. Sie ist inteliigent, freundlich und Tolerant. Sie hat lange blonde Haare. Sie spricht und liest spanisch. I gehe gerne am Wochenende mit meinen Freunden aus. Meaghan hat keinen Führerschein (Meaghan fährt kein Auto).Ich ...
October 24, 2012

german
Tom ist eine Katze und versucht immer Jerry die Maus zu erwischen. Jerry ist aber eine clevere Maus, sodass es für Tom schwierig ist die Maus zu fangen. Man bekommt beim anschauen das Gefühl, dass Jerry es genießt Tom ein wenig an der Nase herum zu führen.
October 6, 2012

DBM 381
Create a detailed ERD using the Entities and Attributes document provided with the Service Request. Create a Microsoft® Access® database using the ERD created above. You do not need to include keys and relationships at this point. Include the following: Tables with ...
September 7, 2012

us history
Which two acts did not include a new tax? 1.the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act 2. the Sugar Act and the Quartering Act 3.the Quartering Act and the Coercive Acts 4.the Coercive Acts and the Townshend Acts
August 16, 2012

german
1 is b. interessanter als. 3 is D. schlechter als. Sometimes you hear in german schlechter wie, but it isn't good german. In german you mostly use als not wie. 4 A but I would prefer. Ich male lieber, als das ich lese.
June 24, 2012

chemistry
While trace impurities of iron and chromium in natural corundum form the gemstones ruby and sapphire, they are basically a binary compound of aluminum and oxygen, with 52.9% Al. Find the empirical formula and give the chemical name for corundum. i really need help fast
February 20, 2012

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