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Literature includes written works of an imaginative, journalistic or scholarly nature. Language is a system of spoken and written symbols by means of which people can communicate with each other. We invite you to ask and answer questions about languages and literature; including pronunciation, grammar, definitions, examples, acronyms, abbreviations, etc.

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because brisana never talked to darcy about her life are whats going on thats serious.
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Town Hall is two words people.
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1.Cartoons:Every Chinese character is a picture and a story of Chinese culture. You can learn character by just simply watching cartoon. 2.Quality courses:Quality courses based on the New HSK, an easy start for beginners and the priority selection for advanced learners. 3.Pinyin:Pinyin teach…
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Mrs. Slater always liked grandfather's bureau. After his death, she decided to shift it to the sitting room before her sister's arrival because she wasn't in talking terms with her sister. Initially Henry is reluctant but later on he agree to her suggestion.
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Expansion caused by heat. '16
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Velvet Brown is a 12 year old English girl who wins a piebald horse in a raffle. She and a family friend train the horse and she rides the horse in The Grand National Steeplechase and wins.
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He lived the successful middle-station life of which his father had spoken.
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Airo India is an organization publishes Research Journals from Gwalior India
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You need to be able to tell what is true or not. This is part of abstract thinking and it allows you to know the truth from a lie. If I told you that the earth was the center of the universe and you couldn't think this out you might believe me. If you believe that then I can lie to you about anythin…
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Spain was conquered by the Spanish in 1521 and since then Spanish became its official language
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Religion had traditionally been "handed down" to the masses by the clergy and royalty. This was a subtle but effective way to "control" the masses. Age old story of "he who control knowledge, controls the world."
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Butt is the lower part of the body of a person. A hip is uncommonly called as a butt too.
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The words pill and tablet are similar in their meanings. They are compressed solid substances. Tablet is the broader term; it can be round or cylindrically shaped. A pill is round or disc shaped. Typically pills and tablets are measured amounts of a drug or vitamin. Both words are freely used in …
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Hunanese, Jiangxinese and Mandarin are chinese languages.
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They are: 5, 7, 11, 13, 17 and 19 which are all divisible by 4 but they all will have a remainder.
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A cappella - Without instrumental accompaniment.
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Like many other words, it depends . . . If the words are used together as an adjective, they are hyphenated. "Alice bought a 90-cent picture frame." If the words are just nouns, they are not hyphenated. "Alice's picture frame cost 90 cents".
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The serrations, depending on how many and how deep the groove, change the pitch of the instrument.
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If you don't eat foods with calcium your bones will be weaken and frail bones will lead to fractures or breaks. Others develop osteoporosis because of deteriorating bones.
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No it isn't. The Puritans were close to the Calvinists in their belief in Predestination. They led 'godly' lives, not because they hoped that good deeds and such would get them into heaven, but as the result of a reasoning that the ability to lead such a life was an indication that they already belo…
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It depends on if there are two "brothers" or more "brothers". Two: Akhwaan lel-hayaa' (أخوان للحياة) More: Ekhwa lel-hayaa' (إخوة للحياة)
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"Caliban is harsh and coarse, while Ariel is polite and refined."
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litter
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Au-Dessous.
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Odysseus responded that his name was Noman. Later when Odysseus was escaping, the hurt cyclops told his friends that Noman was responsible and the other cyclops acknowledged that since no man had hurt him, it must have been done by the gods and they could do nothing to help him.
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In the field of title inheritance the difference is as follows. Strong claims are, as the name implies, the most useful type of claim. A strong claim can be pushed against anyone by almost anyone. The exception is that you cannot push a vassal or courtier woman's claim upon a title if the title uses…
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When deer get spooked, they raise their tails and run away. This is the origin of the phrase "hightail it," which means that a person left a place as quickly as possible.
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Allen considers whether or not to tell the truth
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The words are unique to a specific culture or way of thinking.
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Poetry, puns, and wordplay rely on the way words sound or look and not just on the meaning of the words.
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True happiness exist when you only learn how to value Peace and Love.
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san b mkiita ung ginawa ni damiana example salitang ilokano, ilonggo, na inenglish anim ang hnahanp nmin .
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Slothful means lazy
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Here is a list. Sophocles most famous surviving work includes the Theban plays: Oedipus Rex(sometimes called Oedipus Tyrannus) Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone. Although these plays deal with the similar subjects, it has been conjectured that they in fact come from different collections of works…
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It makes fun of the blazon and exaggerated comparisons of beauty.
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a fourteen-line poem using iambic pentameter and a specific rhyme scheme
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I. Listen, respond to, and react/analyze complex instructions and statements; apply, clarify, and provide instructions and directions. I need examples of this
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This saying has been used by my family for generations in the Nottinghamshire area as a funny saying when someone is uncomfortably seated i.e. 'perched precariously on a chair'.... and I would like to know if anyone else has heard of the saying or used it? There is no record on the internet of this …
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Almost always in English an adjective precedes the noun it modifies.
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That's the name of a play written by Tennessee Williams. It is also a reference to the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana, in the US. It is the oldest neighborhood of the city.
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The address bar, alternatively called the location bar. Most notably, in new UI implementation, it's rarely a full address - more and more systems nowadays use what is known as breadcrumbs.
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a drug described in Homer's Odyssey as banishing grief or trouble from a person's mind or any drug or potion bringing welcome forgetfulness.
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The real reason Rome fell would be a good title for an argumentative essay.
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The type of spacing in your Essays, Term papers and research papers will depend on the teacher's instructions. If the instructor did not explicitly state that you use single spacing, use double spacing.
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A small-town governor who speaks out against corrupt politicians faces exile and must build a new life without his family.
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arbors, babble, cobble, dabble, embers, fabric, gibbon, hobnob, imbued, jabber, kaboom, lobate, mobbed, nubile, orbits, pablum, qubits, rabbit, subdue, tablet, unborn, vibist, webbed, xebecs, yabber, zebecs and thousands more.
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A homeland
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more above, most above
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It is basically used in almost any conversation. When most of us have conversations, or attempt to communicate, we rarely a) formulate goals for the conversation even to ourselves, and b) even more rarely explain our intent or goals for the conversation to the other person. This is unfortunate becau…
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They showed the Frinks a way across the river. Give the Frinks fish for trade
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Most people will watch the news on television, read their favorite news websites (such as the New York Times, CNN, Huffington Post, etc.), or read a daily newspaper for the highlights of the day. If you mean the daily highlights email that Answers.com used to send out, that email is unfortunately …
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Your Thesaurus will offer many alternate names for a pair, a twin, or a couple.
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The is called the definite article, other articles are a and an. They come before nouns. The means we know about the noun the is referring to. In the sentences: The dogs is sick - we know about this dog, we know what dog is sick. A dog is sick - we don't know about this dog, this is any dog. …
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Learners are at the center of all theories of teaching, and their role in learning has been studied from many different perspectives, including those seen in the disciplines of psychology, education, and second language acquisition. A focus on learners and their contribution to learning appeared in …
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Learners are at the center of all theories of teaching, and their role in learning has been studied from many different perspectives, including those seen in the disciplines of psychology, education, and second language acquisition. A focus on learners and their contribution to learning appeared in …
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"These Stories" is a novel, sold in bookshops everywhere. The book is comprised of three stories. Here they are -- 1) The story of Deanie Etcetera's love for Mitch Longley 2) The story of older woman Carol Schultz's love for younger man Jim Harrington at "echelon towers" 3) The story of rock musicia…
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UNderstanding the problem, selecting a method of solution, carrying it out. This applies to all problems not just electrical ones.
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Print sharing (Windows, under a Windows/Samba/CIFS share), or network printing (CUPS, and so on).
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Angelique Boyer is the answer.
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This is a quote from Alfred North Whitehead, an educator in the late 1800s-early 1900s. It was in a 1929 book called The Aims of Education and Other Essays. It refers to his thoughts on precision (exactness of formulation), a step in learning. To me, it sounds like rote memorization before you tie t…
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Bombastic describes a deliberate exaggeration or overstatement when describing people or events.
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Yes, especially if you utilize a comma right after the "then", like this: I met this really cute girl at the dance. Then, we went out for coffee.
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The teaching of English involves many processes in learning language in general. In recent research concerning how a person learns a second language (L2) it has been found that the importance of the first language(L1) is the foundation for L2. If a person can't read or write their L1 it is harder to…
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I've run across people from our company's Ohio-based office writing things like "this needs updated" or "this needs submitted" instead of "needs to be submitted." Don't know if it's a regional dialect thing or not. Those of us in the Wisconsin office don't use those (seeming) contractions or simplif…
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The plural form of 'ma and pa' is mas and pas. Perhaps you're not old enough to remember The Mamas and The Papas folk rock group.
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Let's pretend your two characters are called "John" and "Mary". Be sure to mention in your book that John and Mary are friends, or buddies, or pals, or whatever. Also be sure to make the point clear that John and Mary have no romantic feelings for each other whatsoever! It might help also if you exp…
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The story is all about honesty and integrity, but in an interesting way. The boys have been riding the stolen horse for months, but they never think of it as a permanent possession. They want the joy of riding, but know that they will eventually return the animal. The owner doesn't accuse anyone of …
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This question must be asked in present perfect tense. When you ask it in Malayalam as "Cheythittundo", it is in passive form, and the English is "Has it ever been done?". The example "Love cheythittundo" can be as an active sentence as "Have you ever loved?"
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The Town Council encouraged a loose association of street artists to perform during the centenary events.
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The noun 'nose' is a word for a thing. A nose is not a person. A person has a nose as do many forms of animals.
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The question could be read two different ways: How would you transliterate "Jehovah's Friend" with Hebrew Letters? Transliteration is when you take the same sounds, but use a different alphabet. For example, the Hebrew word דב would be written as "dov" - which is what it sounds like and not "bear"…
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I'm planning on publishing an instructional book about Photoshop. I may need to use various kinds of screeshots (pictures) of Photoshop program. Does this violate any copyright law? I'm writing detailed description of my question here since the site won't allow me to add any description. wow
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I've never heard of it so it could be a scam.
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You can only try all her publishers, since 97 shes dropped out of sight and doesn't like computers. Last known to be in Mass, USA.
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premchandwas a great writer of hindi. Rangbhoomi denotes a great classic indian story of poverty and love.
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Yes. Interpolations are incorporated through grammar variables, when similar letters are incorrectly transcribed, or when similar sounding words are recited to the transcriber who hears the word not written, during copying of an original manuscript, e.g. - Romans 5:1: where the original manuscript …
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Only if the window is open.
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51.6 rounded to the hundredth is 51.60
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"Loca por ti" means crazy for you.
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I can't find anything conclusive on who said it first. Many, many people have used versions of this same sentiment. Some newspapers attribute the original quotation to Socrates, who may have said something similar. The origin of the exact phrase is unknown.
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Here are some example questions with the word clarify: Can you clarify for me what your job is? Would you clarify what you mean by "modern literature"? How would you clarify the question "How old is he?" for other readers?
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Quisey is a language discussed in China Mieville's novel The Scar. It is the written language of the Thanati, or aristocratic dead, who live primarily in High Cromlech. The Thanati rarely speak, but communicate with coughs, subtle movements, and by writing. They are able to hear, however, and those …
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A folklore is a story with extreme action and a hero who takes great risks.
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The word "camping" is gender neutral but some consider the activity masculine
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In Europe there are many beautiful cities. I advise you to think about Vienna or Barcelona. These cities are multicultural and rich in historical places.
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