What are some examples of words you need to use the word an in front of?
apple, orange, hour, umbrella, igloo, elephant - any word beginning with a vowel or a vowel sound uses the article "an"
Any adverb with the word "more" in front of it.
Do you need to give everything a name? Pg. 458
If you're raising it from the front and leaving the rear wheels on the ground, just some good tire straps. No alterations need to be made to the vehicle in this mode. If you plan on raising the rear of the vehicle, and leaving the front axle on the ground, you'll need to install locking hubs on the front and keep them unlocked while the vehicle is in tow. The 200 is a transverse, front… Read More
Saying words like: your ugly, your stupid, etc
Marbles are NON examples of pathogens.
Examples: diluted, concentrated, fumans.
Cells which are very active.They need a lot of energy. Cardiac ,muscle cells are some examples
Sail, sailboat, satellite, school bus, scooter and seaplane are some examples. Ship, shuttle, skiff, sled, snow cat,speed boat and steam boat are more examples. Three more examples are the stroller, submarine and subway.
There are a few words that can prefix 'scope'... Some examples are... peri, micro & tele.
The cell nucleus and mitochondria are some examples.
Some examples are the tank, tanker and taxi. Other examples are thresher, tyre (or tire in American English), tracks, trailer, train and tram. Three more are transit, tricycle and tugboat.
2, 3.67, -4.585858.. (repeating) are some examples.
Examples of multiples are: decagram, kilogram, megagram. Examples of submultiples are: milligram, microgram, nanogram, picogram.
Some examples: a lamp, a mouse, a tank; but all contains components from the chemical industry.
Some examples are jab, jam, jeer and jest. Some more examples are jog, joke, judge and juggle.
Unless you use a lot of dry ice or print t-shirts with a dye sublimation printer, there really aren't any examples of it in our daily life. Very few products do NOT have a liquid phase.
Arctic air, breeze and cold front are air movement words. Additional words include cyclone, dust devil and hurricane.
The "pre" in 'prefix' is one. It is something added to the front end of an existing word, thereby changing its meaning, think 'happy' and 'unhappy'. Other examples: mobile and automobile, activate and deactivate, functional and dysfunctional, legal and illegal, assembled and preassembled, market and supermarket. So making a sentence is easy: 'we went to the supermarket'; I am unhappy that my teacher is dysfunctional'; 'It is illegal to drive this type of automobile'.
In rhyming, you generally rhyme with the last word in a sentence, not the whole sentence. So you would need to use words that rhyme with "mine." Here are some examples: Brine, dine, fine, line, nine, pine, sign, shine, tine, vine, wine, whine,
The most easily understandable words are: ici elle kayak radar rotor sagas semes selles
green beans , courgettes.
some examples If the change is not good and not around the next generation, then it is non-evolutionary. A cowwith a foot growing out its shoulder, comes to mind.
Some examples of regular verbs begiining with O are obey, observe obtain and offend. Some more examples are offer, open, operate and owe.
Whenever you want ANYTHING to get done, there is energy involved. Some examples include:* We humans need food to continue living * We use energy to move our cars, ships, etc. * We need energy to heat our homes (in some areas of the world, the Sun heats the homes enough, so no further heating is required - but there is still energy involved)
Some examples for you are hail, harass, harm, hate, haunt and heal. Some more examples are hint, hijack, hiss, hope, hover, hug and hunt.
Identify, ignore, impress and improve are some examples of regular verbs that begin with I Some more examples for you are increase, infuse, inspect, instruct, introduce, invent and itch.
That is a person who has a share or an interest, as in an enterprise.
Yes some have. Examples are chloroplast and mitochondria.
Penguins and ducks waddle.
Undress, unite and unlock are three examples of regular verbs beginning with U. Some more examples are unpack, untie, use and utter.
Some examples of not compounds: - all chemical elements (Al, He, U etc.) are not compounds - mixtures (glass, alloys, concrete, gasoline , etc.) are not compouds - elementary particles are not compounds
It depends on what you replaced, curtain parts need to be calibrated. Some examples, the injectors have a set of numbers that have to be entered for that cylinder for that injector. The high pressure fuel pump also has calibrating numbers that have to be entered into the ECU.
Examples are: aluminium, iron, titanium, carbon.
A rock. It doesn't produce anything.
it can make it cold like in a cold front or warm like in a warm front
Of course they do not have. There are some without membranes. Ribosomes are some examples.
Some examples: when you work out how much paint you need to redecorate your house, when you choose to hang your washing on the line to dry rather than leave it in a clump, when you decide the minimum amount of spread you want on your toast.
Some examples of regular verbs that begin with G are gather, gaze, glide and glue. Some other examples are gnaw, grab, grill, grin, grip, growl, grumble, guard and guide.
Examples of plural nouns that can be singular in meaning are the binary nouns, words for something made up of two parts to make a whole. Some examples are: one pair of glasses one pair of jeans one pair of scissors one pair of pajamas one pair of tweezers
State prisons are an example of a state operated facility. State operated universities and public buildings such as the Department of Transportation are examples of state facilities.
Kick, kill and kiss are three examples of regular verbs starting with K. Knock and knot are two more examples.
There are no examples to give you if you are asking about American colonies. The colonies were all English colonies and had the king as the head of government. They were all dependent on England.
The binary form has two divisions. It is also known as the movement of continuity. Common examples include many nursery rhymes and lullabies.
I breathed in air, containing nitrogen, oxygen, water vapour, and argon among other things. I drank some fizzy lemonade with carbon dioxide bubbles. I cooked with natural gas which is mainly methane. I passed a shop selling helium balloons. I used some bleach which gave off chlorine. I boiled a kettle of water and steam came out.
I can give you some examples. They are CO2,CFCs gases.