Another example would be that Pearl has no father figure.For example, Hester committed adultery with Dimmesdale.Another example would be that the crucible is a test that boils over on to the town of Salem.Another example would be when the girls pretended to be attacked by spirit.Hate is what all cruelty is based through; every example in this paper can be linked to hate.
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Notice that the example and explanation steps of this 5-step process (steps 3 and 4) can be repeated as needed.Model example B— Slaves even used songs like “Steal Away to Jesus (at midnight)” to announce to other slaves the time and place of secret, forbidden meetings.Model explanation for example B—[The relationship between example B and the main idea of the paragraph’s controlling idea is clear enough without adding another sentence to explain it.]The next movement in paragraph development is an explanation of each example and its relevance to the topic sentence and rationale that were stated at the beginning of the paragraph.You might be able to explain the relationship between the example and the topic sentence in the same sentence w...
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Narrative examples offer first person details or examples of points trying to be made.Often this will be in the form of a question or a hypothetical example which helps the reader to understand the point, to visualize it third person, or to ask questions about it himself to help arrive at his own conclusion.Everyone’s personal experiences are unique, and using example to back up example can often provide the reader with an opportunity to take part in the story.Descriptive examples provide a pictorial representation of what the writer is trying to express.The three types of examples that can be used as a writing technique to add specific details to paragraphs are: narration, description, or other examples.
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– is a specific comparison by means of the words “like” or “as” between two kinds of ideas or objects.* “Christianity shone like a beacon in the black night of paganism” .Did you once offer to intercede in my behalf?-s a figurative locution whereby the part is made to stand for the whole, the whole for a part, the species for the genus, and vice versa.* “Did you help me when I needed help?
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Dwindle – become smaller or lose substance .2.The ceremony struggled to find a network home as soap operas, once daytime’s big draw, slipped in popularity and their numbers dwindled.1.The Happy Family is picture perfect in a disturbing sort of way.2.Gary Shteyngart won for his novel Super Sad True Love Story, described as “a dystopian tale set in a near-future, functionally illiterate America”.1.Construction license fees and other tax income have also dwindled, making it even harder for them to pay bills.
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You should use the table of communication types to outline the required information as well as making sure that you gather examples of different .You need to make sure that you link the comments you make with the examples that you gather to illustrate your points.types to illustrate your points where appropriate.You should use the table of communication types to outline the required information as well as making sure that you gather examples of different types to illustrate your points where appropriate.You will need to summarise the key points and provide examples where possible to illustrate the points that you are going to make.
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You might be able to explain the relationship between the example and the topic sentence in the same sentence which introduced the example.For example, according to Frederick Douglass, the song “O Canaan, Sweet Canaan” spoke of slaves’ longing for heaven, but it also expressed their desire to escape to the North.Here’s an example of a sentence that completes the slave spirituals paragraph: .Model explanation for example B—[The relationship between example B and the main idea of the paragraph’s controlling idea is clear enough without adding another sentence to explain it.]Model explanation for example A—When slaves sang this song, they could have been speaking of their departure from this life and their arrival in heaven; however, they...
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Notice what the details in this paragraph have done.They have provided you, the reader, with a basis for understanding what the writer made the decision she did.The evidence that supports the point in a paragraph often consists of a series of reasons introduced by signal words (First of all, Second, and the like) and followed by examples and details that support the reasons.Through specific evidence, the writer has explained and communicated her point successfully.That is true of the sample paragraph above: three reasons are provided, followed by examples and details that back up those reasons.Notice what the details in this paragraph have done.
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Case study examples are intended to be model texts.Students should study and use case study examples to determine the important elements of case study writing, but should ideally look at multiple examples to see how the case study form can be flexible depending on its particular objective and audience.An annotated case study example features notes in the margins and within the text itself that point to important elements of the form, style, and content of the case study.Un-annotated case study examples will not feature this commentary; the example viewer is intended to identify the important elements and conventions of the case study on his or her own.Annotated examples are particularly helpful for students who are unfamiliar with the ca...
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Another example is Jack having no parents at first.Another example of Comedy of Manners is when the girls aren’t talking to the guys after they find out that they’ve been lying.The last example of Comedy of Manners is when Gwen asks Algy if he knows everything or nothing and he says nothing.The next example of Comedy of Manners is Jacks name being Earnest in the end.The last example of Comedy of Ideas is why Lady Bracknell didn’t like Jack in the first place.
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Although, this should be avoided when talking to for example, patients, as they will probably not understand.For example, a nurse may use medical terms to other medical staff such as Hemoglobin (1).For example, if you work in a business that requires meeting other business partners around the world, they’ll speak a different language.One example of this is posture.For example, in Tennessee, they say ‘ya’ll’ instead of ‘you’.
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A short example is use do describe and add specific details to the narrative paragraph that you are writing.Extended example are group of sentences that narrates in details the topic at hand.So Cathay changed her name to William Cathay and enlisted in the U. S. Army.She loved her job as a soldier and was the only women ever to be a Buffalo Soldier.This type of example can tell of a single, life-shaping event, or simply a mundane daily experience.
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Sitting in history class listening to lecture while taking notes is an example.Another example is when my little sister uses I word that I hate I usually hit her.My second example is that one of my professors gives extra credit points at the end of the semester if you have good attendance.There are also many other examples of each in our daily lives.Those are all examples of the three principles of learning.
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Example 1: This picture illustrated that our generation uses electronics too much and that even people go to the park they still just sit and use social media or play games on their electronics instead of using the park for what it was built for.Example 2: This example if of Obama trying to outlaw guns even though they are basically the only thing keeping him alive, and he doesn’t even realize that outlaws, the ones who are killing people are going to get guns anyways because they are outlaws for crying out loud, they don’t obey the law.Modern Day Examples .Example 5: This last satire was not written to apply to this matter but it fits perfectly, in chapter 22 the Duck and Dauphin finally put on their show after a long time of planning...
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Example: From where you could find this precious stone?Example: Time and tide are very precious thing for everybody.Example: I am afraid from you.Example: He is such a boy which is naughty.Example: He and I am not going to perform this wicked act.
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The first example of Zeus being brave was when Zeus defeated his father Cronos; this example is one of the greatest examples because it explains all three of Zeus’s characteristics.Poseidon got the sea, Zeus claimed the sky, Hades took the underworld, ECT… The third and final example of Zeus being able to share is when he grants queen Europa’s wish.The first example of Zeus being loyal was when he made Queen Europa Queen of Crete she became loyal back to him by building the ship that he had requested from her.The second example of Zeus being loyal is when he promised and did give each of his brothers and sisters a piece of the world everyone then worshipped Zeus for what he’d done.The third and final example of Zeus being loyal is when Z...
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Implementation Examples.For additional information, see the implementation example of interest and the corresponding SEBoK topic.HST Hubble Space Telescope Bag Handling Denver Airport Baggage Handling System GPS Global Positioning System VA Sub Virginia Class Submarine Radiation Medical Radiation Route Mod UK West Coast Route Modernisation Project FBI VCF FBI Virtual Case File System Water Mgmt Singapore Water Management MSTI Miniature Seeker Technology Integration FAA AAS FAA Advanced Automation System Infusion Pump Next Generation Medical Infusion Pump Light Rail Standard Korean Light Transit System Table 2 shows how the topics (each row) align with the implementation examples (each column).implementation examples for topics of interes...
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The second is through sentence-length examples, which are more specific as they employ the idea along with the specific example explaining the said concept.Included in these guidelines and rules is the use of examples and how they are used to promote the main argument in each composition.First, is using example in a word or phrase employing short approaches towards the presentation.Through this approach, the author has able to present clearly his main argument and reasons about his opinions towards the brutal nature of boxing explaining why the said act should be condone not as a sport but as an uncivilized fight in the society.In the use of examples in the English composition, several approaches are established to guide the use of this ...
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For example a message can be communicated to a person at a far distance through telephone, e-mail etc.For example an e-mail message is not as close as communicating directly.For example in many rural areas in many countries the internet is not available so e-mails cannot be used as a medium of communication.For example an advertisement on television can have a lasting and powerful impact on people.For example and advertisement cannot be aired permanently, they will be taken off air after a considerable time.
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They can also work on similes but at a greater depth for example they can identify longer and more complex similes and later share their findings with the rest of the class or in their groups.For example they can identify a simile like “Death has affected me many times; it was like the invisible salt in the waves”.For example the students will be required to submit a poem in which a simile has been used.For example, I will ask them to identify similes, after they have identified, I will ask them to explain meaning and so on.For example they can look at other figures of speech like metaphors and establish how they differ from similes.
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This is an example of inaccurate records.Example: There is this patient who is in walk therapy and now this patient wants to use the toilet.Example: in some schools there are disabled people who are willingly to learn and achieve new goals.Example: The doctor is asking her nurse if how is the treatment of their patient in the public area then the nurse remind the doctor that they are in public area then the nurse need to move place where no one can hear what will the nurse is going to say.Example: Two different nurses has been asked to give medication to a disabled child, the first nurse who has duty in the morning has given the right dose but the first nurse forgot to write the time when did he/she gave the medicine so this person write...
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e) Protected characteristics means to be discriminated against because of personal or social characteristics, for example age, sexual orientation or religion.Personal interests could different groups, for example Charities or Leisure groups.c) Ages: Shops for example different shops sell different thing for babies, teenagers and adults.B) Beliefs: Places of worship, for example, Catholicism Church, Pentecostal Church, Methodist Church and the Church Of England.People with different accents have different stereotypes, for example Irish are thick and Geordies and hooligans.
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Another counterproductive example would be that our efficiency and compactness still remains below our competitors.An example from the simulation that would have supported the idea of maintaining the status quo would be wanting to still remain the lowest priced product in the market.Another example from the simulation that would have supported maintaining the status quo would be wanting the market share to remain constant from year to year and in-line with our competitors.Another example would be that our products still have a relatively higher market share in comparison with our competitors.Another example that would prove this action to be counterproductive is that our competitors could reduce their prices and we would lose our market ...
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These example shows that student complain about not having enough money but the problem is how it management it.An example is that students would think that they need a job but the school is giving them the opportunity to be an athlete and at the same time the opportunity to study and have a career.For example, student athletes would not put the same effort because there are not doing it to follow their dreams there doing it to get money back.For example, student would be leaving there dream, students get scholarship, and sports would became a job.[give general example]- an example that students would not put the same effort and the same passion.
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Her expression was curiously familiar- it was an expression I had often seen on women’s face’s, but on Myrtle Wilson’s face it seemed purposeless and inexplicable until I realized that her eyes, wide with jealous terror were not fixed on Tom, but on Jordan Baker, whom she took to be his wife.” (Fitzgerald 99) In this example Myrtle is jealous of Jordan Baker who she believes is Tom’s wife.I think that there is also resentment in this example because when the author uses the word “suspected” it makes it seem as if Miss Bingley might be bitter about the thing she is jealous of.Example ten: Everything went on smoothly till the day before the fair opened; then there occurred one of the little skirmished which it is almost impossible to avoid...
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Examples: • You had only been waiting there for a few minutes when she arrived.Examples: • He was tired because he was exercising so hard.However, the example below has a different meaning.ACTIVE / PASSIVE Examples: • Chef Jones had been preparing the restaurant’s fantastic dinners for two years before he moved to Paris.Examples: • The motorcycle had been belonging to George for years before Tina bought it.
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Within the context of the essay “The Right to be Left Alone,” there are a number of examples of deductive and inductive reasoning.The essay then further examines the role of government in the world by explaining how the government should limit its interference in people’s lives.While this notion may very well be true, it is an inferred opinion that is not based on an absolute, concrete fact.He uses the role of law enforcement as an example of how the government provides protections to its citizenry as a positive example of the role of government, a clear example of deductive reasoning; and then, he moves into a brief mention that the government oversteps its bounds by banning euthanasia, a clear example of inductive reasoning.(we have no...
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Natural/Mental Orders .Refer to the “Natural/Mental Orders” section in Ch.Answer Here .8 of Thinking for additional guidance (Topical, Analogical, Chronological, and Causal).Create two sets of information using natural/mental orders.
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For example, “At a party a lady tells Winston Churchhill he is drunk, to which Churchhill said ‘My dear, you are ugly…but tomorrow I shall be sober.” .For example, the use of ads, editorials and in legal defense matters.For example, fiction novels like adventure and fantasy, spoken and written stories.For example, “Upstairs lay a vintage handwoven rug which had symmetrical patterns on each corner and a mixture of brown orange and gold leaves falling onto the ground.” .For example, “Both George and Paul have brown eyes and brown hair, but Paul is slightly taller.” .
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Episodic Learning * is a change in behavior that occurs as a result of an event Example : If you have bitten by a dog, everytime you see a dog you are afraid because of that experience.Example : When you watched Sports like Basketball which is inclined to your talent this will easily enhanced or motivate yourself to improve more on that particular hobby.Informal Learning * Informal learning occurs through the experience of day-to-day Example : One would learn to look ahead while walking because of the danger inherent in not paying attention to where one is going.Example : When cooking the same type of food, you always repeat the steps until such time that the steps has successfully mastered.Example : By attending a regular classroom disc...
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