Communication is how we send messages to each other. It can be wordless, like body language. It can be written like a letter or message. It can also be spoken. Communication is very different from one situation to another.

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Literary work that is mostly not a product of the writer's imagination is?

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Nonfiction is a literary work that is mostly not a product of the writer's imagination.

Two examples of irony?

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Irony is a type of literary technique that describes something that is exactly contrary to what someone expects, and is usually funny as a result. Two examples are:

"It seemed kind of ironic that I posted a video on facebook about how boring facebook is."

"It was ironic that the king named his biggest dog Tiny."

When writing the name of a magazine should it be italicized?

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Generally, yes. In the old days, the MLA stylebook recommended underlining the names of books and magazines. These days, italics seem to be the preferred method in academic papers. She was excited when her essay about the Beatles was published by Rolling Stone.

Salient Features of Charles Lamb's Essays?

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Essays of Charles Lamb are highly personal in nature. Most of the essays are interesting giving information about his life and times. They motivate us to think how much of a struggle his life was. They inspire us that man can do anything by using his talent in appropriate directions. The diction of Charles Lamb was somewhat difficult,but when this problem is overcome, the reader quickly falls under the spell of his charming personality.

Thus it stands?

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Please ask your question in a COMPLETE sentence so people will be able to understand what you are asking.

What are examples of simple sentences with simple subject and compound predicate?

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Some examples of simple sentences with simple subject and compound predicate
  • "Children are all foreigners."

    (a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson)

  • "Of course, no man is entirely in his right mind at any time."

    (Mark Twain, The Mysterious Stranger)

  • "We haven't quite decided if he committed suicide or died trying to escape."


  • "Early to rise and early to bed makes a male healthy and wealthy and dead."

    (James Thurber)

  • "I'd rather be a lightning rod than a seismograph."

    (Ken Kesey)

  • "A flow of negative energy into the black hole therefore reduces its mass."

    (Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything)

  • "A really good detective never gets married."

    (Raymond Chandler)

  • "Expect nothing. Live frugally on surprise."

    (Alice Walker)

  • "Atheism is a non-prophet organization."

    (George Carlin)

  • "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."

    (The Princess Bride)

  • "Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees."

    (David Letterman}

What is an aphorism?

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A tersely phrased statement of a truth or opinion; an adage.

A brief statement of a principle.


How does conflict develop in a story?

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Conflict develops by having the character's desires thwarted in some way. You can have small conflicts -- perhaps the character wants to get downtown and the car won't start -- or large conflicts -- perhaps the character needs to take a magic ring all the way across the continent and throw it into a volcano!

Funny examples of irony?

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The food was superb, but after the party we all got sick.

Joan Aiken who are all the characters to three wishes?

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Mr.Peters is driving through the forest one day and sees a swan, who had helps the swan extricate. The swan turns into the king of the forest and grants Mr.Peters 3 wishes in the form of leaves.

Mr. peters first wishes for a beautiful wife, who later appears; her name is Leita. They have a good marriage and love each other but Leita becomes unhappy and quiet later on. Many days had passed Mr.Peters finds her by a river with another swan.

She reveals she's a swan and misses her sister alot. But she said to not to use his wish on turning her sister into an human because she has already done so much. Mr.Peters tries to do everything he can to make her happier as a human, but she just grows more sickly and depressed. Later on he waited until she sleep then he wishes her back to a swan; and had returned her into the river.

For the rest of his life, the swans protect him, communicate with him and many people think he's a bit crazy for talking to swans...

When he dies, he has a peaceful smile on his face, and clutches a swan's feather and one last wish leaf to his chest.

The lessons are that you must be careful on what you going to wish for; you just might get it; and that in order to be happy, you must make others happy too.

lol i just rote this but this is true even though you can rite anyhting you want lol! by kay kay! also known as kaels!~

What to put in a scrap book?

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well i would just make every page personal don't let anyone get involved except if you want ideas from them but don't let them tell you how to set the pages out. Well i put some pics of the things i like i like iCarly sponge-bob and ghost hunters so i put some pics of them in my scrap but my first page has a pic of me. But that doesnt mean its just about pics it can can anything you like in it ive stuck a paper bag in one of my pages to put stuff in it and some of my drawings that ive stuck i. Ive also done some collage with stickers and some pics out of some magazeens hope this help and if anyone wants to improve this keep mine and add yours so the people reading can have more ideas

What is a formal team?

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this type of team is created for a specific purpose. The team would involve a manager who would need to set out specific tasks or a group of tasks. Formal teams usually have rules and a clear expectation about the parts each team member plays. E.g. a sales team; there would be a manager, co-ordinator and someone who will advertise the product or campaign, etc. This team would be suitable because it allows everyone in the team to use their skills and qualifications to their best use. This is usually called specialisation as it divides certain tasks to each member so that everyone is involved in and works as a team.