The fact that questions aren't allowed to have quotation marks renders some of them a little ambiguous. If your actual question was: Is "you will ask to" proper English grammar? the answer is that it's not a complete sentence, but it is a valid sentence fragment. One example sentence is: "You will ask to go to the restroom." It's a perfectly valid English sentence grammatically speaking (though it's a little weird that you're dictating what the person you're speaking to is going to do in the future). If you meant to include the "a" inside the quotation marks, then it's hard to come up with a sample sentence where that could be valid; "You will ask (someone) to a party" is okay, but without the direct object I can't think of any case where that would be proper grammar.
The correct spelling is biopsy (surgical operation to take a tissue sample, or the sample).
It means that the every element in a population has an equal chance of being selected to be in the sample which is studied. Equivalently, in considering a sample of a particular size, every possible sample of that size has the same chance of being selected.
By looking up some sample thesis' or even by going on a wiki and using a random topic or page. Also, lesson plans for teachers, specifically English teachers for high school courses, may have sample research topics.
He was late for his English lesson that morning as he dreaded having to speak in public.
You will need to include different ways to do the lesson plan. This will make it more likely that your students will remember it.
The best way to see a sample of a detailed lesson plan is to ask a teacher who writes them regularly. You can ask an English teacher how to teach Hamlet for example.
There are many places where you can find a sample of a detailed lesson plan. The best source is from a teacher who creates them all of the time.
"Pakikinig at Pagbibigay ng Detalye ng Balitang Napakinggan" Is a sample lesson plan in Filipino V.
NLRC Spoken English, Chennai (www.nlrc.in ) trains Spoken English in Tamil and Without grammar. Please read our sample study material in www.nlrc.in Thanks NLRC
The second one, "A sample of policies were tested."
as it is... brief, means a type of a lesson plan which is simple and short... easy to understand. :D