Why should you use ChatRoulette?
ChatRoulette is a free video chatting service that connects you with random strangers across the globe.
Many people use it out of curiosity, just to see who is out there. There is also a voyeuristic aspect to it. Unfortunately, many people are using the site for pornography purposes.
Many people use it out of curiosity, just to see who is out there. There is also a voyeuristic aspect to it. Unfortunately, many people are using the site for pornography purposes.
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Answer . Depending on the type of research; If the research is painful and inhumane I'd say no animals should be used. If the research is just to keep the animal and study it without pain, I'd say almost any animal.
'Has' is the present tense, singular, third-person conjugation of the verb 'to have'. It is used in cases as, "He has too much free time on his hands to play so many video games." If the subject is plural ("they"), or first- or second-person ("I"/"we" or "you"), then the verb to use is "have". If …the tense is the past tense, then you should use "had". If the tense is future, use "will have". ( Full Answer )
The simplest answer is that the word 'are' is plural, and the word 'is' is singular.\n. \nshe is, he is, they are, we are\n. \nIt is a little more complicated than that. I'm sure someone will add to this.
I is always and only the subject of a verb. In all other cases, use me. If you said: My parents, aunts, cousins and me are going to the park, that would be incorrect. To correct it, you take out all the other people or names. So for an example: Me am going to the park. That's why it isn't corr…ect. Instead it would be: I am going to the park. So: My parents, aunts, cousins and I are going to the park. ( Full Answer )
It should be are. The United States is plural, therefore you have to use a plural form of the verb.
An is generally used when the next word begins with a vowel [A E I O U]. While a is used for consonants Examples for an: That is an alligator. I am an extra in that movie. etc. Examples for a: This is a home. Where is there a bathroom? Abbreviations have a somewhat different ru…le, however! For "A, E, I, and O", the rule sticks, but for "U", you should use "a" instead of "an". Also, some consonants will require "an" instead of "a", like "S", for example. When it comes to abbreviations, you don't use the first letter, you use the sound of the first letter. For "U", the sound is "yew", and "y" is a consonant sound, so it gets an "a" rather than the usual "an". With "S, the sound is actually "es", and since it's an "e" sound, you use "an" instead. Examples for an: He drives an SUV. She's an HSN addict. An NFL poster would go nicely on my wall. The doctor administered an EKG on my wife. Examples for a: That guy is a UPS delivery person. He ran into a DHL truck yesterday. The doctors said he was a "DOA", unfortunately. The UPS man will face a "J.U.D.G.E." in front of a "C.O.U.R.T.", and justice will be served. Okay, so the last two aren't quite abbreviations, but sometimes people do that with words, and the abbreviation rules apply for that too. ( Full Answer )
A and An are indefinite articles. The are used when one is not being specific abotu what one is mentioning.. A is used before a consonant .... A boat . A joke . A man . A ship . and an is used before a vowel , or vowel sound.... An airport . An elephant . An icicle . An office
according to me .polothin bags should be allowed because it's used for every person.when one person go to the purchase somthings from shops .
Plastic is pretty cool. You use it to make stuff, and print 3D printer stuff. Neat, huh? But also, plastic can get stuck on turtle's necks - that could kill them; which is bad, huh?
'Have had' should be used when talking about yourself. 'I have had that.' It can also be used when talking about a group. 'They have had that.' 'Has had' is when talking about another person. 'She has had that.' (Sorry about to horrible examples, I'm too tired to sit and think of good ones)
"I should have had better information before jumping to that conclusion." SHOULD HAVE indicates that something was expected, but didn't happen. SHOULD HAVE HAD indicates a better outcome could or would have resulted with better preparation.
Was defines single subjects: He was a good ball player. Were is used for multiple (plural) subjects: They were better players than most other children.
Use do / does in the Present simple tense. Positive Sentences: I/You/We/They/plural noun + do He/She/It/singular noun + does I do my homework in the evening. She does the dishes twice a day. Questions: do + I/you/we/they/plural noun + verb does + he/she/it/singular nou…n + verb Do you like tea? Yes, I do./ No, I don't. Does your father have a car? Yes, he does./ No, he doesn't. ( Full Answer )
Should have. "Should of" is not correct in any sense. Some people believe it's said that way because when said aloud, "should have" often becomes slurred, skipping the "h" sound entirely. Any way you say it, though, "should of" is completely wrong.
When using "who" and "whom" in the English language, one must remember that most people have absolutely no idea when to use them. If you would like a more in-depth answer than what is provided below, please ask an English professor. "Who" and "whom" are both nouns, that is to say, they are both obj…ects or people or places. In the following exercises, it will be easier to think of "who" and "whom" as names. First of all, "whom" can be an object of prepositional phrases; therefore it can be used in the following ways: . Of whom do you speak? . I am referring to someone whom you may know well. Now, let's take notice that "whom" is never used as a subject and it never performs an action. In the first sentence, the person doing the action is "you" in "you speak". "Whom" acts as the object, or the receiver, of the action. When rearranged into a statement instead of a question, it becomes "You speak of whom ." "Whom", in this case, as in many others, is acting as an OBJECT. Now, let's move to "who", shall we? "Who" is a subject. It performs actions, never receiving them. It's always doing something, never receiving something. . Who threw that ball of yarn!? . WHO likes that band!? So, keeping in mind the examples for "who" and "whom", let's review. . "Who" is always doing something; it's active. . "Whom" never does anything; it's lazy. . "Who" always acts as the subject of a sentence or action. . "Whom" always acts as the object of a sentence or action. . "Who" and "whom" might be interchangeable depending on the phrasing of a sentence. If you want the easy version, just remember; "who" is a subject and "whom" is an object. ( Full Answer )
Us and we are used in different contexts. For example: "We are going to the park" Compare: "Those of us who are going to the park"
Fossils are an amazing part of history, if you dont handle themwith care, scientists wont find out more about the early world andwhat lived there.
When dealing with weight that is too small for Kilograms, and to big for Milligrams.
What is normally used when there is one answer wanted, eg what is the time or what do you want for lunch. Which is normally used when there is a choice of answers,and the person asking the question gives examples, ie eg. which cereal do you want for breakfast - Cornflakes or Wheatbix.
"I" is the correct word to use sometimes and "me" is the correct word to use sometimes. Use "I" when you are referring to yourself and you are the subject of the sentence. For example, " I went to the store." Use "me" when you are referring to yourself and you are the object of the sentence or in… a prepositional phrase and the like. For example, "Grandfather gave me a gift." ( Full Answer )
Has and have are both used in the present indicative tense of the verb 'to have'. Has is used for the third person singular only. . I have we have . you have you have . he/she has they have . Have is also used as an auxiliary verb to produce more complicated tenses of other …verbs, and even itself. These get a bit tricky, but the golden rule is still 'has' for third person singular only. ( Full Answer )
It depends on which context you are talking about. If it is in IV admixtures it depends on the compatibility of the drug and what length of time it is needed to be stable for. Some drugs are stable for only a couple of hours in saline, but may be stable for much longer in dextrose, and vice versa.
"Had" is the past tense of "have." Examples: I have a Dodge (now). I had a Chevy but I sold it. My nephew has brown hair. My father had red hair butnow it's gray.
ChatRoulette is a free video chatting service that connects you with random strangers across the globe. Launched in November 2009, it was created by a Russian teenager. Users sign on and are instantly connected with another user's video feed. They can choose to chat with them (audio or typing) or …click "next" and be connected with another user (like playing roulette and spinning the wheel). ChatRoulette gained popularity in February 2010 after several media outlets published articles on the site. The site has been criticized for its high pornography content. Its users are largely young males. Some blogs have been created solely to publish screenshots of ChatRoulette users doing funny things. See related links for more information. ( Full Answer )
Launched in November 2009, ChatRoulette experienced a surge in traffic in February 2010 after newspapers and blogs publicized the service. The website traffic got so high that the website required to make some bigger servers. Its creator, a teenager in Russia, said he never expected this much tra…ffic and he is working to improve the servers. You may experience delays in chatting while the site is being improved. A similar video chatting site to use is ShufflePeople.com. ( Full Answer )
It might take a minute for the page to load, but its in the top left corner of your screen...
No, it is not down, although I find that they do lots of updates equating to down time.
Andrey Ternovskiy, a 17-year-old from Moscow, created the site for fun using his coding experience. He enjoyed talking to friends on Skype but eventually grew bored and looked for a better way to connect with strangers. ChatRoulette is a free video chatting service that connects users with strang…ers video feeds across the globe. Launched in November 2009, it gained popularity in February 2010 after several media outlets publicized the service. It has been criticized for its high pornographic content. See related links for a New York Times interview with Andrey Ternovskiy. ( Full Answer )
It depends. Maybe it's your Flash that is not up to date! Maybe it's your webcam or maybe the website is down! You could try on Facebuzz.com! I go there instead of chatroulette! a bit faster and it a lot stable!
Not really but it does have a new safety feature which doesnt allow children to see sex or violence!
Overdrive is for highway driving, which is great for gas mileage. Also, not to use overdrive when going up or down hills because it makes your transmission work harder. That's what I was told anyways.
He HAS a book in his hands. You should prepare to stop AS soon AS you see the signal change.
He went on it once and thought it was weird. He didn't go back on it
Either because they are trying to get you to do something goofy, make you you aren't spam or a video, or because they think feet are pretty. It's mostly harmless but some girls don't like the idea of foot pervs getting off on it.
chatroulette alternatives are other optional chatroulettes lets say if you get banned from chatroulette and want to check out some other chatroulette sites or you get tired of chatroulette and want other chatroulette sites you can search for a chatroulette alternative. The best chatroulette alternat…ive I have found is: http://www.HotXChat.com ( Full Answer )
Has is used when we are talking of something in the present . Had is used when we are talking of something in the past. Examples: Today Joan has a book. (She now is in possession of a book) Yesterday Joan had a book, (She was is in possession of a book a day ago) Has and had are also a "helpin…g verbs" which can be used with other verbs. Examples: Joe has gone to the movies. (Joe is not here because he is [on his way or at] the movie theater) Joe had gone to the movies. (In the past, Joe went to the movies and during this time something else happened which would be described in the following sentences.) ( Full Answer )
hi, the word "did" is usually referred in past tense. example: i did my homework yesterday. when did you get back home?
well, for that you will need to change your IP address, you will find tons of videos on how to do it in youtube
Should Declare War The timing of the United States entering the "Great War" (to be later called World War I) came at a time when our political leaders realized that our world is becoming smaller. United States had trade agreements with our closest allies Great Britain and France. If there were any… disruption to our partnership would have severe consequences for us. When the Lusitania sunk by a German U-boat in 1915 that killed 1,198 passengers including 185 Americans, it became an outrage. In 1916, the British passenger liner "The Sussex" was sank by the Germans. After that sinking, the Germans pledged not to sink any nonmilitary ships. This attitude changed when the British intercepted a message from German Ambassador Zimmerman which instructed Mexico to attack the United States if the US entered the war. He sent the same message to Japan. This drew the ire of President Wilson. Eventually, Germany cut all ties to the United States. Soon after the Panama Canal was opened, the US emerged as a powerful nation. Now, Wilson did not want to lose prestige. He recommended that Congress declare war on Germany. On April 6, 1917, by a vote of 82 to 6 in the Senate and 373 to 50 in the House of Representatives, the United States of America declared war on Germany. Shouldn't Declare War The United States has never been involved in a war in Europe and the isolation platform Congress and the President stood on in the 1912 and 1916 elections should continue. It is not our affair. ( Full Answer )
If you are using the word an after a word with a vowel than go forit.
should have: You should use should have in a sentence as past tense like "You should have done your chores." I agree with that as: This is used when you are talking about an event that took place over time. should had: You might be thinking of I should have had as in I should have had more …sympathy for them. This is the past perfect tense. It is about an event that happened and was over in a short period of time in the past. ( Full Answer )
No. It does not recognize the webcam. Cannot believe I wasted so much money on a product that i can only use the webcam with specific built in applications. So stupid.
Their should be used to describe something (idea or object) that "belongs to them". These are their books. It was their idea. A frequent error, their should not be used when describing something that belongs to a single person when the gender is unknown. His or her should be used in these situati…ons. By contrast, There is a place. Not here, but there. The books are over there. They're is a contraction for the two words "They are." They're looking for their books over there. ( Full Answer )
"May" is asking permission and, "can" is asking if are you able todo something. The patient asked, "May I get up and walk in the halls?" The nurse asked, "Can you get up by yourself?"
Does is the present tense third person singular form of do . Use does when he/she or it are the subjects of the sentence. He does Tai Chi, She does mathematics, It does not matter. Or when there is a singular noun (one) subject. My brother does Tai Chi. His sister does mathematics. …The cat does wee on the carpet. Does can also be used in yes/no question for the same subjects Does your brother do Tai Chi. Does his sister do mathematics. Does it matter Notice in the questions do is used not - Does your brother does Tai Chi. THERE SHOULD BE QUESTION MARKS AT THE END OF THE QUESTIONS BUT WIKI ANSWERS WON'T LET ME SAVE ANSWERS THAT HAVE QUESTIONS IN THEM SO I HAVE LEFT THEM OUT ( Full Answer )
That depends on the sentence. Does your brother enjoy fishing? Do your parents enjoy fishing?
An is used when a word starts with vowel or starts with H but sounds like vowel A is used when a word starts with consonants.
You use the word invent if it is the first of that to be created, when you create something, it was already invented. Invented implies you were the very first to do or create something. But anyone can create, without also inventing it. Examples: I did not invent the idea of cake. But I can create …a cake because someone else invented the idea. I can invent a new recipe of a new kind of cake, but I still did not create 'cake' for the first time. Several men hold patents for the automobile. Today, we create (manufacture) new cars, but it is based on the original idea. To invent a new idea, it has to be considerably different than another patent. Some things cannot be invented. For example, the Earth, nature, weather, trees, plants, etc. are not invented. Some say God created the world. I can say I created a painting showing how I see my world. Nobody invented these. No one person can be credited with 'inventing' singing or making "a song"-- the first ever song. But today, many people create new songs they sing. If I create a new song, I own it because I created it, but I do not own a "patent" on "songs" just because I made one...anyone can make one. If I created a completely new thing that cannot be called "a song" and used something other than musical instruments/percussion, I *might* have invented something new...but most often, I created it. Another word in the mix is discover. That means I didn't create it or invent it, but I was the first person to notice it was there (found it) or the first to write a significant amount to show I was the first to discover it. For example, history books SAY Christopher Columbus discovered America. But other scholars remind us the Vikings visited and Native Americans lived here long before Christopher ever stepped foot on the land. Sometimes discoveries and inventions are disputed. ( Full Answer )
The correct phrase is 'were it not' - as in.. 'Were it not for the fact I found a damp patch, I would not have realised the radiator was leaking.'
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