• Makes Document Word Line Spell
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    Project 2 Cases 2 There are several features in Microsoft Word 2000 that makes document making simple. With features like Automatic Spell Checking, that places a red wavy line under the word that is misspelled automatically. Auto Correct, which automatically corrects commonly, made mistakes that are predetermined in Word. Inserting Clip Art adds graphics and / or pictures to make your document look better. These are just a few of the features in Word that makes document making less challenging. ...
  • Hypothesis 2 Pupils Travel
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    Hypothesis 2: Most Pupils Travel To School By Bus And Travel At Least 10 Miles. Most people travel to school by bus and travel at least 10 miles. The amounts of people who travel by bus from my random samples are 25 pupils all together. The amount of pupils who travel to school by car is 2 pupils and the amount of pupils who get to school by walking is 3 pupils. The bar graph which shows you the distance the pupils have travelled shows the pupils who travel less than 10 and more than 10 miles. ...
  • Humanism In Renaissance Middle Ages
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    Of all the practices of Renaissance Europe, nothing is used to distinguish the Renaissance from the Middle Ages more than humanism as both a program and a philosophy. Textbooks will tell you that the humanists of the Renaissance rediscovered the Latin and Greek classics (hence the 'rebirth' or 'renaissance' of the classical world), that humanist philosophy stressed the dignity of humanity, and that humanists shifted intellectual emphasis off of theology and logic to specifically human studies. I...
  • Xml Form Grammar Rule Abnf
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    It's not my p[a per/ I just find it in the internet/Abstract This document defines syntax for representing grammars for use in speech recognition so that developers can specify the words and patterns of words to be listened for by a speech recognizer. The syntax of the grammar format is presented in two forms, an Augmented BNF Form and an XML Form. The specification makes the two representations mappable to allow automatic transformations between the two forms. Status of this Document This secti...
  • Paper Written Credit Receive
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    It was you who taught my heart to dance among the stars, No matter where you are, No m The initial paper must be a minimum of 1000 words; any less than that and> you " ll receive no credit. (But you may write more if you wish. ) It must> be written with correct grammar and spelling. Your grammar and spelling> need not be perfect, but it needs to be clear that you made the effort to> be as correct as possible -- otherwise, you won't receive full credit for> your work. No footnotes, references, or...
  • Religion's Influence On The American School System
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    The formation of our modern American School System has been heavily influenced by the religious views of our predecessors, the colonial settlers of New England. The general interest of settlers in their childrens ability to read, their establishment of elementary and secondary grammar schools, and the founding of colleges and universities were all religiously motivated advances in early American education. While the twentieth century has brought about a separation between church and state (in th...
  • Admire Kelsey Grammar
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    David Cox 10/22/99 A 1 Mr. Galvin Kelsey Grammar: A Reflection of Myself As we grow older, we find someone to looks up to. Some of us admire celebrities, family, and friends. I admire Kelsey Grammar. I admire Kelsey because of his morals, his acting expertise, some of the obstacles he has overcome, and for the donations he has made to charities. The main reason is how he has overcome hurtles in life which must have been tough to handle for someone who is so busy. His first problem was revealed ...
  • Grammar School Education Schools University
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    Many believe that free education is a relatively modern idea, instituted at the end of the 19 th Century when secondary education was made compulsory. However, this is a misconception. In the middle ages grammar schools provided education for anyone who wanted it. They were funded by rich nobles who donated an extremely large sum of money for the school to be founded and continue to provide education to children for years. Although anyone who wanted to go was able to, this was not always practic...
  • American English British Americans Dialects
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    American English and British English are two main language subgroups of contemporary English. These subgroups have diverged some three hundred years ago. Today, there are present differences in pronunciation of vowels, some grammar differences like the u sage of the verb to have in the question. However, the main difference is in the vocabulary. The main reasons that caused these differences are the fact that British English has changed since that time, while the American has not. Then, there is...
  • Getting What I Deserve
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    The objective of the of this essay was to make me a better writer, and I certainly have improved. I have learned what makes an essay good or bad. The things that make it easier to write a good essay. As for evaluating myself and how well I did in this course, has proven to be tricky, as well as figuring what I deserve for a grade. I wish I could easily tell you that I am a literary genius and spend paragraph upon paragraph telling you why I deserve a B+ in this course. The truth, however, is tha...
  • The Conditional Sentences Book Conditionals English
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    INTRODUCTION There are several structures in English that are called "Conditionals." Condition means "situation or circumstance." When we think about conditionals we normally refer to the sentences in which we are saying that the occurrence of one event depends on the other event. Although the various Conditional forms might seem quite abstract at first, they are actually some of the most useful structures in English and are commonly included in daily conversation. People sometimes call conditio...
  • The Grammar Translation And The Direct Method
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    INTRODUCTION First of all I want to give a brief history of what language teaching was through the nineteenth century where reading comprehension and writing instead of speaking and listening were in fashion; just following the classical languages as a model to be followed. Very few schools taught foreign languages, and in general the learning of foreign languages was more in a private way. It was only by 1900 that most secondary schools incorporated one or more of their major European l...
  • Paragraph Structure Writing Words Vocabulary
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    Throughout High School I learned to develop many different types of skills. Development Came a little easier or me when it came to writing. necessarily not only writing was developed but also imagination and feelings. You may ask, "Why Feelings'? Because writing is not only just that "writing' it is opinions, facts, emotions, and feelings that I put into words. Among these I learned also very important skills that are crucial in every writers paper which are Grammar, Vocabulary, and paragraph st...