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Error is a more formal word

Những từ gây nhầm lần trong Tiếng Anh - Phần 5 - Thấm Tâm Vy

Những từ gây nhầm lần trong Tiếng Anh - Phần 5 - Thấm Tâm Vy

Clothing is a more formal word used to refer to a person’s clothes, either in a general way, or when talking about specific types of clothes worn for particular jobs or by particular peo[r]
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INTRODUNGCING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PART 9 DOCX

INTRODUNGCING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PART 9 DOCX

Changes in vowel quality also caused changes in consonant pronunciation and stress patterns across words and phrases. Rhoticity (pronouncing /r/ in words like ‘car’ and ‘farm’) was gradually lost from all English and Welsh accents, with modern excep- tions only in south-west and north-west England, and Scotland and Ireland. The com- mon rhoticity in most American accents is due to the fact that settlers left England largely from rhotic areas and at a time that preceded the general loss of British rhoticity. The period of Early Modern English is usually taken to begin soon after 1600, and we can see that by this time many of the forms of pronunciation and grammar are recognisable to present users of English. This is not to say, of course, that there has been no historical change in the past 400 years. The spread of English around the world has created many more forms of the language than could have existed only within the British Isles. All of these other world Englishes have diverged along their own his- torical paths. Many of the speakers of these forms (Americans, Indians, Australians, and others) have returned and changed British English too. The effects of mass migration, globalisation, and the dominance of English as an international language continue to produce innovation and change (see strand 10). It remains to be seen whether diversity or convergence is the dominating trend in the future.
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BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT 11 DOCX

BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT 11 DOCX

Running the experiment in this way also results in a split-plot design in which the whole-plot factors are again solution concentration and solution temperature and the subplot factor is current. In this experiment, one size experimental unit is an individual copper strip. The treatment or factor that was applied to the individual strips is current (this factor was changed each time for a different strip within the solution). The other or larger-size experimental unit is a set of two copper strips. The treatments or factors that were applied to a pair of two strips are solution concentration and solution temperature (these factors were changed after two strips were processed). The smaller size experimental unit is referred to as the subplot experimental unit.
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trường TH Nguyễn Bá Ngọc hoàn thành tốt công tác KDCLGDPT

trường TH Nguyễn Bá Ngọc hoàn thành tốt công tác KDCLGDPT

_Primary_ _distinction of_ _split-plot_ _designs is that_ _they have_ _more than one_ _experimental_ _unit size and_ _therefore_ _more than one_ _error term_ As can be seen from these th[r]
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SPEAKING NC

SPEAKING NC

MORE FORMAL THAN BEAT _ THE TEAM HAVE NEVER BEEN DEFEATED.[r]
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ODDS AND ENDS

ODDS AND ENDS

O D D S A N D E N D S ders Center at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minn., to choose among them, and he responded that hypnic jerk seemed to best fit the symptoms described. (He also reassured us that the great ma- jority of people who experience hypnic jerks have nothing to worry about.) But of course that’s medical jargon; we were looking for something more entertaining. Martin St-André, of Montreal, Quebec, shared a local idiom: “The expression we have is cogner des clous , more or less translatable as ‘hammering nails’ or maybe ‘pounding nails with one’s head.’ ” Kim Jastremski, of Murray, Ky., wrote: “One of my favorite phrases in Polish describes just this kind of sleep. The Poles say to sleep like a woodpecker .”
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PRACTISE TEST ENGLISH 4 PPT

PRACTISE TEST ENGLISH 4 PPT

5. Compact discs (CDs), which may be found in over 25 million American homes, first entered popular a b culture in the 1980s, decades after inventor James Russell decided to create a system that could record, storage, and replay music without ever wearing out. No error.
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MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Notice that there is no combining vowel in this word because the prefix ends with a vowel and the suffix begins with a vowel.... make a medical word plural more than one, first look at t[r]
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AMERICAN ACCENT TRAINING PHẦN 7 PDF

AMERICAN ACCENT TRAINING PHẦN 7 PDF

We should all try to influence people in our life. That would be a big help. Scoring Explanation In the meaning category, it is clear that this student had little understanding of the assignment. Instead of focusing on the single most influential person in his life, he rambles on in generalities about several influential groups: politicians, writers, and friends. There is very little development, and the ideas are haphazardly thrown together without evidence of a plan. The stu- dent attempts to use examples, which are inappropri- ate for the task. The essay is very disorganized, jumping from one topic to another, making it hard to follow.
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– THE SAT WRITING SECTION – IDENTIFYING SENTENCE ERRORS EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES HAS POT

– THE SAT WRITING SECTION – IDENTIFYING SENTENCE ERRORS EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES HAS POT

conversation, Mario is a very big influence for three main reasons. Mario is a peaceful person. He has a brain dis- ease called lissencephaly. That happens when the brain is not bumpy and grooved like it’s supposed to be. He has been like this from birth, and there’s no cure. But Mario is like a little angel. He sits in his wheelchair and plays with his toys. Even though he is eight years old, he can’t walk or talk. But he has an inner peace that shines in his eyes. He never seems to worry about anything. He hardly ever cries or gets upset. He isn’t impatient like the rest of us. He just takes each day, each hour, each minute as it comes. He has taught me about being peaceful no matter what is going on around me.
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adjectives or adverbs

adjectives or adverbs

We can sometimes use either of the two forms of the adverb without changing the meaning, although the form ending in -ly is more usual in a formal style:.. • I'll be there as quick(ly[r]
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O’REILLY PROGRAMMING FLEX 2 PHẦN 3 PPTX

O’REILLY PROGRAMMING FLEX 2 PHẦN 3 PPTX

• Theoretically, it is possible to compile the child .swf files by excluding any dupli- cate classes the child .swf would inherit at runtime from the parent application domain. This would reduce the file size overhead in child .swf files. Just as there are cases in which this default child domain behavior is useful, some- times it works at cross purposes with the needs or requirements of a project. For example, consider the scenario in which two applications are built using two classes with the same name but very different implementations. If one is loaded into the other, the child will not work as intended because that class will be discarded in the child, and the parent version will be used in both applications. In such a case, it is clear that there is a need to be able to completely partition the applications into sepa- rate application domains. Separate application domains ensure that the sorts of con- flicts just described don’t occur. However, it is important to use these sorts of exclusive application domains only when necessary because they will increase mem- ory usage.
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Giáo án môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 34: One - Period test (No2)

Giáo án môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Period 34: One - Period test (No2)

choose the underlined word or phrase that needs correcting I remember that I advised you taking more exercise a b c d 15.choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently f[r]
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KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ II MÔN ANH VĂN 12   MÃ ĐỀ 522 POTX

KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ II MÔN ANH VĂN 12 MÃ ĐỀ 522 POTX

If you like to build your holiday round a theme or particular activity, there are many opportunities open to you. The Scottish Tourist Board publishes an excellent (41) ______, Adventure and Special Interest Holiday in Scotland, (42) ________ of dozens of ideas for “different” holidays together with addresses to contact. Write for a copy to any of their offices.
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ĐỀ THI TRẮC NGHIỆM MÔN TIẾNG ANH LỚP 12 – MÃ ĐỀ THI  327 DOCX

ĐỀ THI TRẮC NGHIỆM MÔN TIẾNG ANH LỚP 12 – MÃ ĐỀ THI 327 DOCX

Lớp: …………… Số báo danh: …………... Chú ý: Học sinh làm bài thi trên giấy làm bài (Answer sheet) I.USE OF LANGUAGE. Choose the best option: Câu 1: Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others: A. diploma B. satisfy C. appointment D. employer Câu 2: More than ten people ................... in that accident.
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English 8- U10- Skills 2+ looking back

English 8- U10- Skills 2+ looking back

•An email to a senior person should be more formal than to a friend •Keep the message short and accurate.. • Always check your work for mistakes6[r]
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Playing a video game is more than mere procrastination

Playing a video game is more than mere procrastination

Procrastination is seen as a severe problem among young people, and many factors have been claimed to be associated with it, playing video games being one of them. One of the reasons why video games might be related to procrastination is their ability to offer instant gratification and feedback, while at the same time offer distractions from less tempting and rewarding tasks.
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SAT WRITING ESSENTIALS PART 9 PDF

SAT WRITING ESSENTIALS PART 9 PDF

Another important thing money can do is enable us to live in a healthy environment. Many of the world’s poorest people live in dirty, dangerous places—unsanitary slums crawling with diseases and health hazards of all sorts. In a particularly poor area of the Bronx, for example, children had an abnormally high rate of asthma because of a medical waste treatment plant that was poisoning their air. Money can also help us be healthy by enabling us to afford proper heating and cooling of our homes. This includes being able to afford a warm winter coat and the opportunity to cool off at a pool or in the ocean. On a more basic level, it means being able to afford heat in the winter and air conditioning in the summer. During heat waves, victims of heat stroke are often those who are too poor to afford air conditioning in their apartments. In extreme cold, the same is true: people who freeze to death or become gravely ill because of the cold are often those who are unable to afford high heating bills.
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UNIT 4 WRITING E11

UNIT 4 WRITING E11

Task 3 : Imagine that you have just received a donation of one million dong from one of the local organizations to build your school library. Use the suggestions in Task 1 to write a letter to acknowledge the receipt of the donation and express your
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BA LỜI KHUYÊN CHO NGƯỜI KHỞI NGHIỆP DOCX

BA LỜI KHUYÊN CHO NGƯỜI KHỞI NGHIỆP DOCX

Class: 11X_ Subject: English (advanced) Name : ……………………… A Dear Brother Ca, A volunteer group came to our little mountainous village last month. We used to have a tedious and quiet life until they came. When they appeared at the end of the path leading to the village, we heard their loud songs and their merry laughter. The village children ran after them and formed a big procession. On the first day, they had talk with the head of the village in the morning, and later on with the villagers in the evening.
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GIÁO ÁN ANH VĂN LỚP 11   UNIT 1 ĐẾN 4   PERIOD 34 POT

GIÁO ÁN ANH VĂN LỚP 11 UNIT 1 ĐẾN 4 PERIOD 34 POT

a b c d 7. He seems _______ very sociable. a. is b. to be c. was d. being 8. choose the word which has a different stress pattern from that of the other three. a. experience b. gradually c. literacy d. supervisor 9. choose the underlined word or phrase that needs correcting
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Democracy and Economic Growth: A meta-analysis ppt

Democracy and Economic Growth: A meta-analysis ppt

(2) r i = γ 0 + γ 1 C i + η n K n + v i where r denotes the partial correlation between democracy and economic growth from study i, C is the number of countries included in the sample of study i, and K is a vector of other variables related to studies’ characteristics that influences the magnitude of a partial correlation. 18 A negative γ 1 indicates one of two things. First, the democracy-growth association may not be robust and may not even exist. If the democracy-growth effect exists universally, then increasing the number of countries should not lead to smaller democracy-growth effects. Second, a negative or an insignificant γ 1 may mean that it is not possible to generalise about the impact of democracy. Unidentified country-specific effects may moderate the association so that democracy works in one group of countries but not in another. A statistically insignificant γ 1 is consistent also with the notion that the democracy-growth effect is stable across countries. That is, changing the number of countries included in a sample does not affect the magnitude nor the sign of the democracy-growth effect. A positive γ 1 suggests that the democracy-growth effect can be generalized and indicates that the democracy-growth effect becomes stronger as more countries are added to the sample. This would arise if the number of countries was correlated with a study’s sample size, so that increasing the number of countries increases the precision of the estimate. Equation 2 is actually the standard meta-regression model (see Stanley and Jarrell 1998) with the inclusion of C.
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KINH NGHIỆM VÀ MẸO TOEIC  MODAL AUXILIARIES

KINH NGHIỆM VÀ MẸO TOEIC MODAL AUXILIARIES

SHALLSHALL IS IS USED IN BOTH BRITISH AND AMERICAN USED IN BOTH BRITISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH IN FORMAL SPEECH TO MAKE AN ENGLISH IN FORMAL SPEECH TO MAKE AN OFFER OR A SUGGESTION IN THE [r]
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8TH GRADE READING COMPREHENSION AND WRITING SKILLS 03 DOCX

8TH GRADE READING COMPREHENSION AND WRITING SKILLS 03 DOCX

what you (or the character) expected or thought pos- sible. It is not necessarily ironic every time something bad or unexpected happens. Let’s look at an example. Shi had stayed up all night working on his research paper. Finally, by 6:00 A . M ., he had everything ready: cover page, essay, Works Cited page, and illustrations. This was the best essay he’d ever written, and he couldn’t wait to present it to the class. He smiled as he showered and got ready for school. He smiled to everyone he passed on his way to the bus stop and smiled at the bus driver. He sat down in his usual seat and hummed to himself for a little while. Then he opened his bag. He wanted to admire his paper once more before his presentation. Of course, he’d left his paper on the kitchen table. Here, Shi had stayed up all night preparing his paper and presentation. He had everything ready, and he was excited about presenting his work. But his sat- isfaction and excitement turned into disappointment because he’d left his work at home. The irony is heightened by the way he smiles happily and confi- dently until he discovers his error.
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SQL PROGRAMMING STYLE- P39 docx

SQL PROGRAMMING STYLE- P39 docx

30 CHAPTER 2: FONTS, PUNCTUATION, AND SPACING “UPCCode”? In practice, you can wind up with several versions of the same name. It is even more difficult to read text in alternating case; that is, where the letters of a word change from uppercase to lowercase multiple times within a word (e.g., “AlTeRnAtInG cAsE”). The bouma shape is different from the same word in its lowercase form. Alternating case has been shown to be more difficult than either lowercase or uppercase text in a variety of studies.
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ALL ABOUT PARTICLES - PART 7 PPTX

ALL ABOUT PARTICLES - PART 7 PPTX

and  o n e g a i  s h i m a s u  y o   a r e  a l l  s i m i l a r 白 血 a t 由 e ye x p r e s s  a  r e q u e s t ,  b u t  a r e  s o 食 enedo r  e m p h a s i z e s  by t h e  appended p a r t i c l e .  F u r t h e r ‑ more ,  c e r t a i n  s e n t e n c e ‑ e n d i n g  p a r t i c l e s  a r e  used predominantly  by men ,  o t h e r s  by women. Some p a r t i c l e s  h a v e  both e n d ‑ o f ‑ s e n ‑ t e n c e  and m i d ‑ s e n t e n c e  u s a g e s ,  such a s   K ' 仏 k a , k a   r , a mad   , e n o , 
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MCGRAW.HILL PIC ROBOTICS A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO ROBOTICS PROJECTS USING THE PIC MICRO EBOOK-LIB PART 10 PPSX

MCGRAW.HILL PIC ROBOTICS A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO ROBOTICS PROJECTS USING THE PIC MICRO EBOOK-LIB PART 10 PPSX

If the word detected is not recog­ nized, the circuit will display one of the following error codes: 55 � word too long 66 � word too short 77 � word no match TRANG 9 TRANG 10 word is de[r]
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BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC:

BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC: " CHARACTER POLYNOMIALS, THEIR Q-ANALOGS AND THE KRONECKER PRODUCT" POTX

where the last equality follows from equation I.6. This paper is organized as follows. In the first section we introduce our notation, make some definitions and prove some auxiliary facts. In the second section we treat the classical S n case, prove our umbral formula for the character polynomials as well as Theorem I.1. In the third section, striving to make our writing accessible to a wider audience, we give a brief tutorial on Kronecker products including simple proofs of some basic results of the theory. The experts in symmetric function theory may skip this section. In the fourth section we use the pairing s µ → q µ to define a degree preserving isomorphism that sends the vector space Λ of symmetric polynomials onto the vector space of polynomials Q [ x 1 , x 2 , x 3 , . . . ]. We then use this map to derive some well known and some not so well known properties of Kronecker products. The study of this map leads to another family of polynomials that we call “set polynomials ” which enjoy properties akin to those of character polynomials and can also be used to compute Kronecker products. In the fifth section we treat the Hecke algebra case and derive our
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relative clausepart 1 relative clausepart 1 i relative pronouns who whom which where when whose why what that iirelative clauses 1 the relative pronounis the subject of the relative cl

relative clausepart 1 relative clausepart 1 i relative pronouns who whom which where when whose why what that iirelative clauses 1 the relative pronounis the subject of the relative cl

-However, this is noun felt to be excessively formal by most speakers and " who" is commonly used instead ( that is more usual than "who").And it is still more common to[r]
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UNIV OF MINNESOTA PR KAFKA TOWARD A MINOR LITERATURE SEP 1986

UNIV OF MINNESOTA PR KAFKA TOWARD A MINOR LITERATURE SEP 1986

THE COMPONENTS OF EXPRESSION D 35 at the same time that he begins the correspondence with Felice, either to give an image of the danger or to exorcise it-better to have finished and mortal sto- ries than the infinite flux of letters. The letters are perhaps the motor force that, by the blood they collect, start the whole machine working. Nonetheless, for Kafka, it is a question of writing something other than letters—a question, then, of creating. This something other is presaged by the letters (the animal nature of the victim, that is, of Felice, vampirish utilization of the letters themselves) but can only be realized in an autonomous writing even if it remains perpetually unachieved. What Kafka does in his room is to become animal and this is the essential object of the stories. The first sort of creation is the metamorphosis. A wife's eyes shouldn't see that above all else, nor should the eyes of a father or mother. We would say that for Kafka, the animal essence is the way out, the line of escape, even if it takes place in place, or in a cage. A line of escape, and not freedom. A vital escape and not an attack. In "The Jackals and the Arabs," the jackals say, "We're not proposing to kill them. . . . Why, the mere sight of their living flesh makes us turn tail and flee into cleaner air, into the desert, which for that very reason is our home." If Bachelard is unfair to Kafka when he compares him to Lautreamont, this is because he assumes above all else that the dynamic essence of the animal lies in freedom and aggression: Madoror's becomings-animal are attacks that are all the more cruel in being free and gratui- tous. It is not like this in Kafka; it is the exact opposite, and we could even say that his concept is the more correct one from the point of view of Nature itself. Bachelard's postulate leads him to oppose Lautreamont's speed and Kafka's slow- ness. ! ' Let us remind ourselves, however, of several elements of the animalistic stories: (1) there is no possibility of distinguishing those cases where the animal is treated as an animal and those where it is part of a metamorphosis; everthing in the animal is a metamorphosis, and the metamorphosis is part of a single cir- cuit of the becoming-human of the animal and the becoming-animal of the hu- man; (2) the metamorphosis is a sort of conjunction of two deterritorializations, that which the human imposes on the animal by forcing it to flee or to serve the human, but also that which the animal proposes to the human by indicating ways-out or means of escape that the human would never have thought of by himself (schizo-escape); each of these two deterritorializations is immanent to the other and makes it cross a threshold; (3) thus, what matters is not at all the relative slowness of the becoming-animal; because no matter how slow it is, and even the more slow it is, it constitutes no less an absolute deterritorialization
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CHECK VOCABULARY 5 PPT

CHECK VOCABULARY 5 PPT

7. Rearrange the letters in bold to make words and expressions (1 point each. Total: 14 points) I really would not meordcenm the new restaurant on Alamy Street. Last week I made a sioenervrat for dinner, but when we arrived at the restaurant, our table wasn't ready. When we eventually sat down, the everisc was slow and the nagwiti staff were rude. When the food eventually arrived, the rotniops were tiny (all right if you are on a tide , but not so good if you're feeling hungry). My chicken was rudecodnoke (in fact it was still red on the inside!), and my partner's steak, which she wanted earr , was so lewl-neod that it was almost trunb ! When the
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Medication administration error and contributing factors among pediatric inpatient in public hospitals of Tigray, northern Ethiopia

Medication administration error and contributing factors among pediatric inpatient in public hospitals of Tigray, northern Ethiopia

Medication administration error is a medication error that occurs while administering a medication to a patient. A variety of factors make pediatrics more susceptible to medication errors and its consequences. In lowincome countries, like Ethiopia, there is no sufficient evidence regarding medication administration error among pediatrics.
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LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 38 PDF

LẬP TRÌNH WROX PROFESSIONAL XCODE 3 CHO MAC OS PART 38 PDF

Next, select the Class Model document type from the list of fi le templates, as shown in Figure 14 - 3. You will fi nd the Class Model template under the Mac OS X “ Other ” group. Class model documents are universal, applying equally well to iPhone and other project types. Give the document a name. Xcode will want you to select the targets the class model document should be included in, as it does for any new project fi le; don ’ t check any targets in the list. Class model documents are for reference only; they shouldn ’ t be included in any build targets.
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ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HKI MÔN ANH VĂN – TETS 7 PPT

ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HKI MÔN ANH VĂN – TETS 7 PPT

A 34-year-old librarian from Clifden in County Galway claims she and her friend spotted a large serpent-like monster in Lake Fadda in western Ireland on Wednesday afternoon as the were picnicking near the __1__ of the lake. Local police are __2__ the story, which follows a series of similar reports in __3__ years. Researchers at Trinity College, Dublin have also __4__ interest in the reports. Georgia Cranberry, the wife of a local businessman, __5__ what she and her friend saw at about three o’clock last Wednesday as “a huge monster writhing in the water __6__ a snake, about 30 metres __7__ “. Her friend, Mary Reilly, a shop assistant in a department store in Galway, __8__ the story and added: “We were __9__. The creature was enormous and it swam with its mouth open. It was __10__ like those pictures of the Loch Ness Monster.”
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KỲ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ I MÔN ANH VĂN – ĐỀ 8 POT

KỲ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ I MÔN ANH VĂN – ĐỀ 8 POT

The photo-voltaic cells absorb photons from sunlight. This action generates heat, which the cells then convert into electrical energy and stores in an on-board battery. This process of conversion is called the photovoltaic effect. Not surprisingly, such a vehicle has zero emissions, and is very environmentally friendly. Unfortunately, at the moment photovoltaic cells are extremely inefficient, yet as time progresses the efficiency of these cells will grow. This will make solar energy and solar cars the fuel and car of the future-a closer reality.
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ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HKI MÔN ANH VĂN – TETS 6 POT

ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HKI MÔN ANH VĂN – TETS 6 POT

ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HKI MÔN ANH VĂN – TETS 6 Choose the best answer from A, B, C or D to fill in the gaps . 1. –“Was the test long?” – “Yes, John was the only one _____ it” A. to finish B. finished C. could finish D. has finished 2. –“How should we do this? – “It should be done _____ we did it yesterday.”
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ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 12 THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH PPSX

ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 12 THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH PPSX

More __11__ were not available as before they were __12__ to take a photograph of the monster it disappeared below the __ 13 __ of the lake, which is half a mile long. The description given to police by the two women __14 __ that of other eyewitnesses of incidents involving strange creatures in the lakes of Connemara. Local people have been __15__ not to swim in the lake.
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BÀI TẬP ÔN TN CỦA NGÔ THỤY QUỲNH

BÀI TẬP ÔN TN CỦA NGÔ THỤY QUỲNH

experiences. Most of us have met someone that we have immediately felt relaxed with as if we had known them for ages. However, it really takes you years to get to know someone well (44)______to consider your best friend.To the majority of us, this is someone we trust completely and (45)_____understands us better than anyone else. It's the person you can tell him or her your most intimate secrets.
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LTĐH ANH NĂM 2010 SỐ 2

LTĐH ANH NĂM 2010 SỐ 2

SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION 1. Choose the best answer from A, B, C or D to fill in each gap in this passage A MONSTER IN THE LAKE A 34-year-old librarian from Clifden in County Galway claims she and her friend spotted a large serpent-like monster in Lake Fadda in western Ireland on Wednesday afternoon as the were picnicking near the __1__ of the lake. Local police are __2__ the story, which follows a series of similar reports in __3__ years. Researchers at Trinity College, Dublin have also __4__ interest in the reports. Georgia Cranberry, the wife of a local businessman, __5__ what she and her friend saw at about three o’clock last Wednesday as “a huge monster writhing in the water __6__ a snake, about 30 metres __7__ “. Her friend, Mary Reilly, a shop assistant in a department store in Galway, __8__ the story and added: “We were __9__. The creature was enormous and it swam with its mouth open. It was __10__ like those pictures of the Loch Ness Monster.”
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