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The modern subject is the subject of the sciences.

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Dondé’s Faux Art
1) B
2) 1.F 2.F 3.T
3) 1. Unlike forgery, faux art is not created in order to deceive people.
    2. To make masterpieces available to the general public.
    3. They appreciate faux art.
4) 1.Valuable 2.Accesible 3.Displays 4.Injustice

Extreme Cellists

1) 1.C 2.B
2) 1.F 2.F 3.T
3) 1. As classical musicians
    2. Classical works to modern pieces
4) Their aim is to raise money and awareness for various charities.
5) 1.Awareness 2.Lists 3.Challenging 4.Worthy

Turn the Music Down!
1) 1.C 2.A
2) 1.F 2.T 3.T
3) 1.Turn down the volume and buy good quality headphones
2.They reduce awareness of your surroundings, which is important in road safety
5) 1.Via 2.In practice 3.Consequence 4.Dramatically

Cyber Seniors
1) 1.A 2.D
2) 1.T 2.F 3.T
3) 1.
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in adverbial

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 in-adverbials + simple past express the  ‘size’ of a [+durative] [+telic] eventuality, and as a result: With states they are usually anomalous because states are [–telic].  // With  activities they are usually anomalous because activities are [–telic] // With  accomplishments, which  are  [+durative]  [+telic],  they are  perfectly natural  and express duration of the event // With  achievements, which are [–durative], they can only express the time elapsed before the  event (onset reading). But this reading is more natural with the preposition within // With semelfactives they are usually anomalous because semelfactives are [durative] [telic].  in-adverbials +future tense express a delay-before-the-eventuality
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line

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Biometric Categories:

Physical biometrics - Physical measures from body. For example, fingerprints hand geometry etc.

Behavioral biometrics - Measure behavioral characteristics. For example key stroke dynamics, gait and voice.Behavioral biometrics would not be the most suitable choice for a high security facility as they are not sufficiently distinctive for high security applications. Behavioral biometrics are most suited to low security applications where the advantage of easy collectability, that behavioral biometrics exhibit, is a key advantage.

Primary performance measures of a biometric:

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Passive voice schema

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ACTIVE VOICE PASSIVE VOICE
Present Simple: He delivers the letters.
The letters are delivered
Past Simple: He delivered the letters.
The letters were delivered
Future Simple:He will deliver the letters.
The letter will be delivered
Present Continuous:He is delivering the letters.
The letters are being delivered
Past Continuous:He was delivering the letters.
The letters were being delivered
Going to: He is going to deliver the letters.
The letters are going to be delivered
Present Perfect: He has delivered the letters.
The letters have been delivered
Past Perfect: He had delivered the letters.
The letter had been delivered
Infinitive: He has to deliver the letters.
The letter have to be delivered
Modals: He must deliver the letters.
The letters must be delivered

Test 1 Elementary Stat UTA

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MAKE SURE TO READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY!!!
Chapter 3

Missing variable: x=given Median*2-((1 of 2) median numbers if even): ascending order:::unreadable score- (U*N of unreadable)-(U*N of readable):::degrees of freedom=1 # of freedom is lost:::CHEBS- K=Deviaton::Calculate time % within K Dev of mean- (1-1/k^2)100=%:::Find Values- find x K devs from mean- (mean-K*given standard dev)=XLow...(mean+k*given standard dev)= XHigh::Find % within times Xlow-Xhigh: K=(XHigh - Mean)/Given Standard dev....Then do chebs- (1-1/k^2)100=%:::Z SCORE Simplified: (Mean-Given Mean)/Given Standard Dev=ZScore:::Find min score accepted: (Min devs)*(Given Devs)+(Mean)=Min Score:::Weighted Mean: Chart Xi / Wi /XiWi..Use Empirical Rule if dist. Is bell shaped.... Continue reading "Test 1 Elementary Stat UTA" »

Good morning, have you got

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5 INSTRUCTIONS: Quiet, please / Pay attention, please.
 Look at me! Listen to me! Come here please.              Put your coat on / Take your coat off.
 Please get into line.
  Put your hand up.


2 PRAISINGWell done! That’s a nice picture/ Very good. Fantastic. Awesome. 2CLARIFICATIONWhat’s..In English? I don’t understand / How do you say...In English? Can you repeat, please? 
6 G:Fables,Poems,Riddles,Songs,Tales,Tongue twisters.
FAIRY TALESAnimal tales:
Puss In Boots. ”Formula” tales: same structure. Do you want me to tell you a tale? (invented). Marvelous tales: hero, princess, powers, magic objects... Ex. Snow White. Real-life tales: characters could be any of us, daily routines. Ex. Teo.


ELEMENT
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Recycling

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1.In Japan plastic from landfill sites gets into the sea and kills 10.000 fish each year.

2.The Zabaleen take away rubbish from People who live in Cairo.

3.In Senegal people use old paper to wrap bread and fruit.

4.People in India think cows are special animals.

5.New Zealand has Got some interesting ideas about...

6.The best recycling State in the USA Is California.

7.If you are driving around Germany, you will see recycling bins at All shopping places.

8.In Switzerland recycling is free but throwing away your rubbish is Expensive.

9.Finland pays People to recycle their bottles and cans.

10.You cannot bring plastic bags into Zanzibar.

11.Gardeners Like to make compost from bits of old fruit and vegetables.

12.Shakespeare’s father was punished for

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Advantages of studying at university

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A college Degree is required for many careers. The university is a place to get not only A title, but also to explore new interests, learn about yourself, make friends And acquire the skills that will help them succeed in life, both personally and Professionally.     Another advantage is that you know many people who are still friends with time and when It happens you realize that they are part of your best friends.     one of the Disadvantage is that studying at university has many expenses, such as Accommodation, food, in addition to paying for university   Perhaps the Disadvantage mentioned is all it takes lot of time and dedication to study at University

fgsg

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Board games

Any games which mainly Involve moving markers along a path. Board games can be made by the children as A fun craft activity.

Dice games

Dice games are Incredibly versatile. Remember that the dice need not only have numbers on the Faces. They can have numbers, colours, letters of the alphabet—virtually Anything you like. Dice need not be six-sided either. In speciality shops you Can find 12-sided dice or even round dice with a weighted ball in the middle. Little children might only roll one dice, while older children can play games With three or four dice at the same time. (A dice template is provided); you And your children can also make spinners (See later on).

Drawing games

Drawing games are Special because they span a gap between

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lengua y mates

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People think that nowclays teenagers spend too much time whith electronics devices. Some of them think that  it's a good thing meanwhile others think that it's a wasle of time. From my point of view, there are strong arguments on both sides.

On the one hand, I think that when you are a teenager. The  fact that we are able to hand electronic devices is an adventage. We can comunicate in a easier way, look for information,coithoud leaving our house, we can't keep ourselves entertaining and learn at the some time playing education games. Although is not also time that all for us use this with the same targer

On the oyher hand, people too young can access to innapropiate content. Also if we can't control the time we spend with electronics devices    ... Continue reading "lengua y mates" »