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Indeterminate sentence is worse than death
Crime is considered as an offence not against the individual but against the whole society. In Indian jurisprudence punishment is based on a combination of deterrent and reformative theories of punishment. The punishments are to create deter amongst the offenders. At the same time the offenders must be given opportunity to reform themselves. Various provisions of law provide for different types of punishments and their mode of execution. Section 53 of IPC provides for five types of punishments which can be awarded to offenders. These include Death sentence, Imprisonment for life, imprisonment for certain period of time which may be simple or
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Hello, my name is Joaquin Solari Costa and as you may know, I am here to talk about the death penalty or sentence. The death sentence could be defined by different things: Is a judge’s official statement ordering someone to be punished by death, or the punishment of being legally killed, or the practice or legal sanction of allowing the imposition of punishment of death for people convicted on certain crimes.
The countries that still apply the death penalty and most make use of it are China, America, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Yemen. However, the number of people supporting the death penalty has begun to decrease.
With the United States as an example, there are many ways to
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having had been in jail
for as long as they had. A hundred men and women nationally have been excluded from the death penalty, some just minutes away from the execution taking place. In worse cases some people have been proven innocent after they were already killed. Giving someone a life sentence without parole is just such a better option, this also allows any mistakes that the system could have accidentally made to be corrected. Corrections cannot be made after someone is dead.
Studies have shown that people who have killed ‘whites’ are more likely to receive the death penalty that those people who have murdered ‘black’ men. The color of someone’s skins should not have anything to do
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Essay opposing death sentence
There has been an argument that lifting amnesty on miscreants and vagabonds is barbaric and retrogressive. The same argument is seen on the death penalty, and it has been a controversial issue not only in the USA but also in the rest part of the world. The death sentence has been a verdict to individuals who have committed a capital offence. However, this is not considerably the best way to punish the guilty. It is necessary some sympathy be expressed to the guilty party since they could at one point in life decide to change for the better. The death sentence is not the noblest way to counter
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Handling Sentence and Appeal
When looking into the case involving Alan, Betty and Charlie who were long-time friends and grew tired of struggles. They each wanted to make fast cash, but never managed to be successful. Betty and Charlie came up with the plan to rob a bank, and that Alan and Charlie were going to enter the bank with fake guns, while Betty waited in the car outside to drive away and act as a "lookout." Alan was going to hold-up the tellers while Charlie took the Manager to the vault. All three were going to use walkie-talkies to communicate so their cell-phones could not be traced to the location of the robbery. After five minutes, Alan and Charlie would run out with the
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Child Abuse a Lifetime Sentence
Child Abuse a Lifetime Sentence
Once into adulthood, victims of child abuse search for some form of coping mechanisms to forget or mask the trauma and the pain of child abuse. According to Shub & Cabrera (2011) “Every week 60,000 cases of child abuse or neglect are reported in the United States, and 3 million reports of child abuse or neglect are being filed every year” (p.1). Approximately 50% of child victims abuse drugs or alcohol. (Shub & Cabrer, 2011). The abuse often stems from a response to guilt or a negative self-image. Although as serious as child neglect is, physical abuse more often
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Murder can only be described as the most harmful and offensive of all crimes. It seemed for centuries both "just" and "fair" to punish murderers with the retributive sentence to death. However throughout the years the penalty of death has proven "unpopular" and "not necessary". Until the Homicide Act 1957 all persons convicted of murder were automatically sentenced to death. By s5 of that Act, certain types of murder were singled out and designated "capital murder". These continued to be punishable by death, whilst the remaining types of murder were punishable by imprisonment for life. In effect having two degrees of murder. The distinction between "capital murder" and "non-capital murder
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Name : Ivy Ruth O. Inogada Teacher : Florencio Cuizon
TH SENTENCE O RIZAL TO EXILE IN DAPITAN
“Difficulties are not the reasons to give up but an inspiration to move on.” This dictum I think was on the mind of Dr. Jose P. Rizal when he was in Dapitan. He never gave up serving our country’s cause, even though the Spanish tried to deteriorate his life by threatening
Jose Rizal, a man with so many accomplishments. Jose Rizal gives all of us inspiration in all the things we do. He is inspires us to be hardworking and diligent, which most of us are not. I am amazed that even though Rizal was in exile, he didn’t mind the
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SEMANTIC AMBIGUITY: REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES SO AS TO CONVEY TWO DIFFERENT MEANINGS PER SENTENCE:1.Police squad help dog bite victim.a)_______________________________________________________________________b)_______________________________________________________________________2.Man eating piranha mistakenly sold as house pet.a)_______________________________________________________________________b)_______________________________________________________________________3.We saw the Eiffel Tower flying from London to Paris.a)_______________________________________________________________________b);_______________________________________________________________________4.The police
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Children can experience problems with splitting time between separated parents.
Each parent can have differing parenting styles to raise their children.
One parent may be stern with their rules toward his or her children and the other may be looser with rules.
Differing parenting styles can cause a child to have anxiety and confusion.
Parents have a difficult time communicating with each other after they separate from each other.
Children see parents fighting with each other if they do not know how to communicate with each other.
Children will learn negative values if they see their parents fighting with each other because they cannot communicate.
Children will have to relocate
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NAME: AINA IBUKUN
A sentence is a grammatical unit consisting of one or more words that are grammatically linked. A sentence can include words grouped meaningfully to express a statement, question, exclamation, request, command or suggestion.
A sentence can also be defined in orthographic terms alone, i.e., as anything which is contained between a capital letter and a full stop. For instance, the opening of Charles Dickens' novelBleak House begins with the following three sentences:
London. Michaelmas term lately over, and the Lord Chancellor sitting in Lincoln's Inn Hall. Implacable November weather.
The first sentence involves one word, a
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Nick Telesca Mr. Lee English
Paraphrase – (n) The restatement of texts in other words as a studying or teaching device
Sentence: My teacher paraphrased the book we were reading so that it was easier to understand.
Point of View- (n) A particular attitude or way of considering a matter: "change his point of view".
Sentence- We are disagreeing because my point of view on football is different from yours.
Predict- (v) Say or estimate that (a specified thing) will happen in the future or will be a consequence of something
Sentence- I predict that tomorrow when I go down the hill on my skateboard that I will fall, so I will won’t go.
Reason- (n) A statement presented in
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Unit Three Project Step by Step
Steps One: Write at thesis using the prompt:
• George Washington (TOPIC) showed courage to cross the threshold, (OPINION), because he defined courage (REASON #1), he exemplified courage and overcame adversity (REASON #3).
•Step Two: Turn Thesis into three TOPIC SENTENCES:
•TOPIC SENTENCE #1: George Washington (TOPIC) showed courage to cross the threshold, (OPINION), because he defined courage (REASON #1).
•TOPIC SENTENCE #2: George Washington (TOPIC) showed courage to cross the threshold, (OPINION), because he exemplified courage (REASON #2).
•TOPIC SENTENCE #3 George Washington (TOPIC) showed courage to cross the threshold
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Unit III English Composition
12. A topic sentence briefly informs the reader what is to be covered in a given paragraph. Essentially, a topic sentence is stated at the beginning of the sentence. However, this is not always the case. A topic sentence could take the following five positions in a sentence;
• Stated first
This is a topic sentence that appears at the beginning of a paragraph. The sentence gives the reader a basic idea of what to expect in the paragraph.
• Stated last
It is a topic sentence that is stated at the end of the sentence. This allows the author to develop a paragraph and summarize with a convincing conclusion at the end.
• Stated in the middle
This is a topic
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There is no history of Guin, Guin is a made up thing done thousands of years ago, and is continued to be crappy, so there, this isn't even a real sentence, ha.That's it. There is no history of Guin, Guin is a made up thing done thousands of years ago, and is continued to be crappy, so there, this isn't even a real sentence, ha.That's it. See I told You. There is no history of Guin, Guin is a made up thing done thousands of years ago, and is continued to be crappy, so there, this isn't even a real sentence, ha.That's it. There is no history of Guin, Guin is a made up thing done thousands of years ago, and is continued to be crappy, so there, this isn't even a real sentence, ha.That's it
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HOW to WRITE a PARAGRAPH
The practice of writing paragraphs is essential to good writing. Paragraphs help to break up large chunks of text and make the content easier for readers to digest. When writing the paragraph we should plan the paragraph, write the paragraph, and review the paragraph. First, plan the paragraph, must have a clear idea of what the paragraph is going to be about. This is because a paragraph is essentially a collection of sentences which all relate to one central topic. Without a definite idea of what the main topic is, the paragraph will lack focus and unity. Secondly, write the paragraph, when writing the paragraph the first sentence of the paragraph needs
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Task 1: The topic sentences below are followed by details. Identify the detail(s) which do not support the topic sentence.
1. Topic Sentence: Studying overseas offers students a chance to benefit from a refreshing insight into other cultures.
A. Students may get a culture shock at the beginning.
B. Food overseas is often very different in taste and presentation.
C. Fees can be very expensive.
D. There are ample opportunities to make new friends from other ethnic groups and nationalities.
E. Students get to know and be part of various festivals.
F. Students learn to live and study independently
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In the evening, we back to home. I think that was a rare moment because we can enjoyed our holiday together. It was unforgettable moment.
Analyzing the text
A. Paragraph 1
a. Simple Sentence
- The weather was bright and shiny.
- The mosque was very clean.
- It was very amazed.
b. Compound Sentence
- But, before we arrived in Monas, we wanted to pray at Istiqlal Mosque.
- It was the biggest mosque in Indonesia and had a beautiful views.
- After that, we directly went to Monas and we looked around the environment .
c. Complex Sentence
- When i was in Senior High School, my family and i went to Monas.
- That was the first time i came to there , i was very happy.
B. Paragraph 2
a. Simple Sentence
- Many peoples in Monas.
- My family and i was enjoyable in there.
b. Compound Sentence
- We took some pictures and we laughed together.
- We can not entered the monas because it was very crowded.
c. Complex Sentence
- Even though we did not satisfied, we can looked the monument from outside.
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COM/155 University Composition and Communication I
I think that paragraph five is an example of more effective writing than paragraph one. In paragraph one the sentences are very short. It is very hard to see were the writer is going with this paragraph. All of the sentences sound the same. I can get lost trying to rearrange the sentences as I read so I can get the writers point. Paragraph five is the total opposite. I had no problem getting what the writer is trying to say. The paragraph flowed smoothly from beginning to end. The first sentence leads way to the next and throughout the paragraph. The writer
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. | comat/o | Deep unconsciousness. | -logy | The study of. |
| -ure | System, result of. | pleg/o | Paralysis. | -ory | Having the function of. |
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C. In the following activity, break the medical word into its word parts. Using the word parts, create a definition of the word. Write a sentence using the word in a medical context. |
| Medical Word | Prefix | Combining form | Suffix | Definition |
1. | Periosteal | Peri- | Oste/o- | -al | Pertaining to around the bone. |
| Sentence: The bones of the body are covered with a periosteal sheet. |
2. | Intervertebral | Inter- | Vertebr/o- | -al | Pertaining to between the vertebra
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the placid atmosphere.
Since from the first sentence, Conrad reflects imagery of the â€œearliest beginnings of the worldâ€ to present idea of vast emptiness of immobility. Conrad refers to this because in the beginning of the world, there was nothing much on the world. Only the natural stillness was part of the infant world. Using the fragmented sentence â€œAn empty stream, a great silence, an impenetrable forestâ€, Conrad explicitly describes the setting. The use of fragmented sentence gives the readers the idea that there were only three descriptions can be made out be the setting and there was nothing more to the setting. Both of the ideas of the â€œearliest beginnings of the worldâ
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for the paper: it tells the reader what the essay is about. The last sentence of this paragraph must also contain a transitional "hook" which moves the reader to the first paragraph of the body of the paper.
Body — First paragraph:
The first paragraph of the body should contain the strongest argument, most significant example, cleverest illustration, or an obvious beginning point. The first sentence of this paragraph should include the "reverse hook" which ties in with the transitional hook at the end of the introductory paragraph. The topic for this paragraph should be in the first or second sentence. This topic should relate to the thesis statement in the introductory paragraph
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were not formed by words alone but by structural units. The author had conformed her words, phrases, and sentences to specific pattern determined by the syntactic rules of the language. She utilized different types of sentences, passive voice, relative clause, and pronoun to emphasize some facts, attract our attention, and make effective writing.
The author used a variety of sentence types at varying lengths to express more strong statements, reasonable ideas, interesting and dynamic energy. There are some types of sentences that were used in her writing, such as simple sentences, compound sentences, complex sentences, and compound-complex sentences. They brought about different effects in
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1-CP: a declarative sentence is true just in case it corresponds to the facts as they actually are. A declarative sentence is false just in case it fails to correspond to the facts as they actually are.
2-CP1: a proposition is true just in case it describes things as. A proposition says that a certain object has a particular characteristic, then it is true just in case that object actually does have that characteristic. A proposition is false just in case it fails to describe things as they actually are. A false proposition doesn’t correspond to the facts. If a proposition says that a certain object has a particular characteristics, then it is false if that object doesn’t have that
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Mar 3, 2013
Funny, Attractive and Entertaining: Richard Lederer’s “English Is a Crazy Language”
After Richard Lederer retired in 1989, he wrote a book about how crazy English is. Because he had taught English for many years, he used many interesting comments to writes “English Is a Crazy Language,” the opening chapter of his book. In the sixth paragraph of the essay “English Is a Crazy Language,” the author, Richard Lederer uses many kinds of rhetorical techniques. The use of these techniques makes the entire paragraph more entertaining and easy to read and let the readers know how important the English language is.
At the beginning of paragraph 6, the first sentence
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subcategories; specific and general. Specific is aimed at offender do not want to commit a crime because of the punishment received the last time they were caught. General is where someone is made an example to prevent others from doing the same thing. An example would be the over publicizing of inmates that receive death sentences. The second is retribution; this means that they punishment needs to fit the crime. A judge will not sentence someone to five years for a traffic violation and give a convicted murder just a few days. Judges need to take into account the full impact the crime had on everyone. The next objective is rehabilitation or reform. This aims at changing the behavior that caused the
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Hello there, my friends. Today on The Joy of Painting, we’re going to try something a little bit different. For years, you’ve learned to paint with pictures, and that’s happy way to paint; but, did you know that you can also paint with words? It may sound funny, but it’s true.
In the past, you may have heard some of your teachers tell you to show and not tell when you are writing. This may be a bit confusing. When a teacher says that you are telling instead of showing, they may be pointing to a sentence like this:
Telling: The guy is tall.
There’s nothing wrong with this sentence. It has a subject (guy) and a verb (is). It even has a couple of adjectives
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Russell's Theory of Descriptions can be best understood as a response to the shortcomings in Frege's philosophy. He sought a theory of language which, firstly, would avoid using or relying on any Fregean concept of Sinn and, secondly, would solve the "problem of existence" in a way that allowed the truth-value to be determined for all sentences without committing us to the existence of any reference less constituents.Central to both Frege and Russell's approach to language was the belief that "the apparent grammatical form of a sentence can mislead us about the hidden logical form of the proposition the sentence expresses." For Russell one of the key distinctions that Frege failed to make
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Exercise for writing (Paragraph)
Directions： Read the following paragraphs and find out the topic sentence， the supporting details and the concluding sentence， if there is one．
The need for wildlife protection is greater now than ever before．About a thousand species of animals are in danger of extinction,，and the rate at which they are being destroyed has increased． With mammals， for instance， the rate of extinction is now about one species every year； from A． D． 1 to 1800， the rate was about one species every fifty years． Everywhere， men are trying o solve the problem of preserving wildlife while caring at the same time for the world’s
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. _____________________________________ Examples from story a. b. c. IV. Body. Characteristic 3. _____________________________________ Examples from story a. b. c. You can add additional body paragraphs here.
Conclusion. Wrap up. Refer to thesis again.
BEOWULF: Epic hero
IMPORTANT: From EACH characteristic box, there are three lines branching out. List three different examples for each characteristic at the end of each line.
Drafting STEP FOUR: (25 points) Write your introduction. Hook: This is a catchy sentence such as a question, quotation, anecdote, insightful statement, definition, fact or figure, or reference to a
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Programming 1 - Semester 1, 2015
Release Date: 27 / 02 /2015
Total raw marks: 60
Assignment weight: 6%
NOTE: This assignment is to be undertaken individually—no group work is permitted.
For this assignment you are to complete a partially completed menu-driven, Java console
application, which allows the user to select one of four options:
Display Time and Date
Swim Fitness Summary Calculator
The incomplete code solution (in the source file called MenuDrivenProgram.java) is in the same
Assignment 1 folder, available via myRMIT.
The partially completed program already has code to display the menu. You
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The passage uses syntax, diction, and figurative language to convey to the reader a sense of shock, loss, and regret. The syntax defines the pace of the passage, beginning with complex sentence structure. It then switches to long, run-on sentences, eventually settling on shorter, simpler sentence structure to suggest a sense of shock and stupefication to the reader. The frank, graphic diction also enhances the pathos of the essay, horrifying and shocking the reader. Figurative language such as imagery also enhances the feeling of loss and regret by comparing the actions in the boxing ring to the life-and-death struggle of a rodent-or even worse, to a vegetable, defenseless even as its
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17. Substance that regulates calcium
B. Define the following words or word parts.
-phil | Attraction to; fondness for | -ity | State; condition |
-gen | That which produces | poly- | Many; much |
pro- | Before | -cle | Small thing |
-ose | Full of | exo- | Away from; external; outward |
per- | Through; throughout | eu- | Normal; good |
para- | Beside, apart from; two parts of a pair; abnormal | syn- | together |
C. In this activity, break the medical word into its word parts. Using the word parts, create a definition of the word. Write a sentence using the word in
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Judges like law enforcement have rules and guideline to go by when they sentence someone to a certain punishment. Also like law enforcement, they sometimes go outside those guidelines to accomplish a certain goal. The animal cruelty charge for instance has a sentence of three months in jail but if it is a repeat offender, it can go higher. A judge in Baltimore went outside the guidelines because of the suspect behavior and the sheer disregard for life. This judge has stirred up some controversy with his decision. Was the judge right to sentence this Baltimore cop outside the guidelines while assaults against humans get an insignificant punishment?
Montgomery County Judge Richard E. Jordan
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sentence, without prejudice to accessory penalties imposed by his principal sentence.
c.) To facilitate integration of former inmates into the mainstrream society, the State shall advocate for and encourage respect for former inmates at the same time recognizing the role of private sectors in encouraging partnership in programs addressing their needs and concerns. The State shall exert all efforts to remove all social, economic and attitudinal barriers that are prejudicial to former inmates.
Sec. 3. Coverage. - This Act shall cover all former inmates that have already been discharged from penitentiaries upon termination of his sentence, without prejudice to those whose sentence were already
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equal where ever they went and [Run-on sentence: Insert comma before "and" if the following is an independent clause (not part of a series)] they respected the United States of America because Muslims
say that the United States of America is a free Country and that Muslims are treated [Passive voice ] better in the
United States of America. [Writing suggestion: If this sentence is as long as 50 or more words, it can be confusing with logic twists, recursions, or long lists. Cut it into shorter sentences featuring one idea. Shorter sentences are easier to comprehend] [If "United States" is not used as an adjective or in an organizational name, place "the
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clubs and other things.- Find evidence - like facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it up or support the topic sentence of this paragraph.- Explain how your evidence supports the topic sentenceAnother example that shows that Some women don't want to take on the responsibility of a child cause all they want to do is hang out with friends and go to clubs and other things. Is...- Find more evidence - facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it up or support the topic sentence of this paragraph.- Explain how this second piece of evidence supports the topic sentence.Body Paragraph #2Even though Some women don't want to take on the responsibility of a child cause all they
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Running head: PROJECT PLAN FOR WHITBREAD WORLD SAILBOAT RACE
Project Plan for Whitbread World Sailboat Race
Your Name Goes Here
University of Phoenix
Project Plan for Whitbread World Sailboat Race
[The introduction goes here. It should be one or two paragraphs explaining the findings of your paper. The introduction should prepare the reader for the contents of the paper by previewing the four main topics in your paper. Be sure to end with a transition word or sentence to lead into Section 1 of your paper. Triple click anywhere in this paragraph to begin typing your own introduction.]
Bjorn Ericksen Project Strategy Analysis
[This should explain the industry your company
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a. What sentence is the topic sentence of the paragraph? A trip to the ocean.
b. What sentence is unrelated to the topic and can be eliminated? A sailboat glistening on the horizon provides a mental escape to faraway places.
2. List four things to look for when you’re proofreading.
~Is everything spelled correct?
~ Are there correct punctuation.
~ make sure there are no run on sentences.
3. Complete the following two steps:
a. Define the term cliché.
A phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought.
b. Write one sentence that contains a cliché.
One man’s meat is another man’s poison.
4. Name and explain two
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Directions: Read the sentences. Choose the proper form of the words
deer or dear to complete each sentence.
1. My teacher taught me to start my letter to Santa with
2. I woke up early yesterday and when I looked out the
window I saw a _______________ eating our bush.
3. At the petting zoo, we got to each feed a _______________.
4. I know my dad is in trouble when he answers my mom
with, “Yes _______________.”
5. Our teacher asked us to draw a mammal, so drew a
picture of a _______________.
6. Chloe is such a _______________ the way she shovels my
snow every winter.
7. One animal that grows antlers is the _______________.
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orange moon. We can judge this sentence as untrue or nonsensical but it is syntactically well formed. Fromkin, Rodman and Hyam,, (2011) states that Grammaticality does not depend on the truth of the sentence nor does it depend on whether real objects are being discussed or whether something is possible in the real world; for example, sentences referring to pregnant fathers can be grammatically correct. Additionally, English is a Subject Verb Object (SVO) language. In an SVO language the subject is followed by the verb followed by the object.
Subject Verb Object
The lady Jumped The orange moon
The words appear in the right order thus follows the rules of the English grammar. Added to
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Have you ever thought that why people are different from each other? There are many differences such as intelligence, opinions, appearances, personalities which are the most basic one. Genders represent the differences and also similarities between men and women. Both sexes differ from each other greatly in some respect such as physical power, communication and also emotional needs.
A) Topic Sentence 1: We can clearly see that there are big differences in men and women physical power.
-Supporting details: Average height of men is much longer than women and they are also heavier than women. These two physical featured enable men to be 30% much
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The following word group is a FRAGMENT
1. That movie, one of my favorites. True
2. The local baseball tea, needing a good pitcher most of all. True
3. Using a flashlight, he looked under the bed for his shoes. False
The capitalized verb agrees with the subject
4. Three employees from our company and one from our competitor WAS fired. False
5. Forgot to write sentence. True
6. Six girls and one boy WAS in the dance class. False
Quotation marks are correctly used in the following sentence, the entire sentence is correctly punctuated and all the words are capitalized.
7. “This is a fantastic opportunity”, the salesman insisted. False
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Speech Prep and Delivery
February 26, 2015
Informative Speech Outline
1.) The purpose of this speech is to inform.
2.) I want my listeners to understand the funcionality of the three parts of the brain .
3.) The three parts of the brain are the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain.
First Sentence | The definition of anarchy is a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority. A country without a leader will not last. An army without a general will likely be obliterated. Functioning systems require something in control in order for survival. Your body is a functioning system and the brain is in control. Without your brain, your body
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that has many meanings and although it is very used it is only used in certain cases and in very different contexts. In al the ones we see in Kilpatricks interesting article they all have different meanings, the fact is that they all in different retrospect's make our minds understand what that sentence is trying to say even though it is not the same actual meaning of the word ? None ?.From the fist example that Kilpatrick presents us of ? none ? is clear that the none is referring to the children. It reads and should be understood as if none of the injuries should be the thing that the mind should be reacting to but it seems as if the sentence is separated by the coma and therefore is
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a variety of sentence structures.
You are given graphic or pictorial information and you have to write a description of this information. Bar charts, line graphs, pie charts and tables are most frequently given for this task. However, you could also be given an object or series of pictures or diagrams or a flow chart to describe. If graphs are used there may be just one – usually a line graph or a bar chart. However, there could also be more than one of the same type of graph or a combination of graphs and charts. For example, you could get a bar chart and a pie chart together (see Cambridge IELTS 1, p.31) or a line graph and a table.
How to prepare for
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• The main idea (gist, the main line of thought) of the text is …/the main idea can be formulated /stated as follows…
• introduce the main characters, say, where the action takes place, retell the text (if it is a dialogue, retell it in indirect speech).
II. Lexico-Grammatical Analysis of the Text
- read the passage, containing the words under analysis, translate the passage;
- read the sentence, containing the word under analysis, point out this word.
1. Grammatical Characteristics of Words
(define, what part of speech the word belongs to)
• If it is a verb, say whether it is:
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“Plea Bargaining Paper”
Presented to Ms. Samyra Hicks
In partial fulfillment of CJS/251
Introduction to Criminal Court Systems
November 10, 2015
In this paper, I will attempt to define and discuss plea bargaining, distinguish between charge bargaining and sentence bargaining, compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of plea bargaining, and last but not least describe how plea bargaining reflects or thwarts the crime control and due process models of criminal justice.
Define plea bargaining
A plea bargain is defined as any form of agreement in a criminal case that is between the prosecutor and defendant and the defendant agrees to plead guilty to