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Needs a Topic
An original source that has survived from the past is considered a?
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Is this correct grammar I wouldn't have survived this past year?
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Primary sources sources of information used by historians are?
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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had nine children how many survived?
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Who wrote a primary source?
Somebody from the past, like a diary entry from Julius Caesar. But also, a primary source can be written recently, for example, a Journal Article, Newspaper Article, Birth Certificate, Death Certificate. The thing to remember about the difference between a Primary Source and a Secondary Source is: Has it been cited or quoted or is this the original information? If I find an article written by Person A that quotes Person B who quotes Julius Caesar, that is NOT a primary source. The original words Person A used in his/her article--minus quoted material--is a Primary Source.
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What were the names of the titanic women who survived?
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Has biomass energy source been successfully used in the past?
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Is considered is abstract noun?
The word 'considered' is not a noun. The word considered is the past tense, past participle of the verb to consider (considers, considering, considered). The past tense of the verb is also an adjective, a word to describe a noun (considered candidates, considered courses, etc.). The noun forms for the verb to consider are considerer, one who considers, and the gerund (verbal noun) considering.
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Why might the president refer to a primary source in an inaugural speech?