whether the player's cards are good or bad. Unfortunately, many people use poker faces in their interpersonal relationships, so that no one knows whether they hurt inside, are extremely excited, and so on.
3. Psychologists believe that when people withhold feelings, they can develop physical problems such...
primarily by exposure to contaminated body fluids, especially blood an semen.
3. Delinquent- Describing a child who has committed an act that if committed by an adult would be a criminal.
4. Dependent- Describing a child who has no parent or guardian or whose parents are unable to give proper care.
and a literature text titled ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea’, by Jules Verne. In both excerpts there are many descriptions of the ocean. Many people debate whether details are described more vividly in informational text, or in literature. I feel the ocean was described more vividly in the excerpt...
often by employers is the ability to listen, write, and speak effectively. Successful communication is critical in business.
Sample bullet point describing this skill:
Exceptional listener and communicator who effectively conveys information verbally and in writing.
Analytical/Research Skills. Deals...
swirling, clothes that are made to move” written by Siobhan Burke is brilliant. Author use the first person to tell the time when he walk in the museum. Describing the unique of the clothes, characteristics of art and history.
It is really impression the all of clothes are standing still in the museum. Over...
this task. The graph below gives information about the preferred leisure activities of Australian children. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown. You should write at least 150 words. model answer: The graph shows the preferred leisure sctivities of Australian children...
The Selfish Gene
(1) Genes are selfish:
In describing genes as being "selfish", I don’t intend to imply that they are driven by any motives or will - but that their effects can be described as if they do. The contention is that the genes that get passed on are the ones whose consequences serve...
a "poker-face," a neutral look that is impossible to decipher. the look is the same whether the player's cards are good or bad. Unfortunately many people use poker faces in their interpersonal relationships, so that no one knows whether they hurt inside, are extremely excited, and so on. For instance...
and focuses on a issue that a lot if people are facing today. I was confused at the beginning where you were talking about Isadora texting you and then getting high. I think you should have a smoother transition. I wanted to know why Isis was so distracted by people calling her for thanksgiving. I like...
guilt and the passing of time.The first and third stanza ae written in the third person,describing the grandmother and her relations with the shop.However the second and fourth are written in the first person,describing the author’s memories and the relationship between them, while she was alive and after...
| Learning English Describing a person Author: | sanya |
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He is thirty five. He resides in a small...
Use as Needed
Use as Needed
B. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Sequence
(Write a paragraph of four to five sentences describing the degree to which you use this Pattern.)
Sequence is a routine of my life, I use it lot weather it is good or bad. I feel the need to follow...
objects. In his article "Dogs Are People, Too", Gregory Burns uses scientific research, personal opinion, and an intellectual tone to support his claim that dogs are similar to human beings and should therefore have their rights extended.
Berns begins his article by describing how his research team managed...
The topic is strange fruit. Here are some of the things we will be talking about, what is the meaning of the poem, what the poem is describing, and last
Body 1: What is the meaning of the poem?
The meaning of this poem is that southern life could be very crazy and difficult to deal...
Who Walk Away”
“The lottery” is a story that begins describing a village. The first descriptions that took my attention were “flowers were blossoming profusely” and “the grass was richly green”. After describing the village it passes to what people are doing. It says that they are getting together for...
NUR 440 Week 2 Assignment
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Consider the following statement: All people have biases; self-awareness is the key to understanding how these biases affect the delivery of health care to individuals, families, and populations...
P. 336-338, p. 402-405
The European life was changed during the time of new birth because people were learning to think out of the box and create a new life.
First Point: Individualism
Detail describing first point: The definition of individual means single, separate, designed for use by one person...
the poet intends. In Shakespeare Sonnet 130 he satirises the poem Hecatompathia by Thomas Watson, by describing a mistress vastly different to the woman Watson describes. He does this by describing that he sees no such roses in her “cheekes” and stating instead that her breath is not delightful but...
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Narration and Describing
Narrating is mostly trying to not only tell a story but make people you telling the story to feel like they was with you the whole time it was happening. Give people visual like Taste, smell, feel and even touch when you are...
with feelings is by describing them rather than withholding or displaying them. The author explains, first, withholding feelings, hiding them inside and not giving any clue to their existence, is an inappropriate way of dealing with feelings. Psychologists believe that when people withhold feelings, they...
children. This is shown by the item that are advertised to children, mostly cigarettes and alcohol. I would proceed by describing the add and talk about how it appeals to young people. The bright colors, the cartoon like figures on the cigarette boxes and the some time child like flavors. I would research...
a sense, is alive. The house did everything for the family. It would clean, cook, and even entertain the family. As the story begins, Bradbury is describing the house as George, the father, walks down the hallway by saying, “They walked down the hall of their soundproofed, Happylife Home, which had cost...
is represented by a written task describing the case to the reader so that it becomes clear to them. The case of the essay can be a place, a person, a famous building or any generic object.
Description of People
Essay containing description of a person or people has to be structure as follows:
'Afterwards,' by Thomas Hardy, is a poem that questions the way that people will look upon the narrator after his death. It centre's around the idea of 'noticing things,' showing the narrators precision and the ambivalence of his neighbours. Hardy gets this across by the techniques that he uses, and...
Unhitch That Star, Buddy is a poem by Ogden Nash describing the foolishness of people and their relentless search for success. Nash uses a variety of literary techniques to write the satirical poem, and they effectively illustrate the ways in which many people are in far over their heads in the world, and...
(describe the objects or people in the picture, where they are, the colours, etc.)
Prepare all of the following situations/subject areas:
describing people (physical traits and personality)
describing people’s daily routines
describing food and recipes
describing sports and free time activities
process/naturalLiterally describing shells. Metaphorically describing different people and how they liveSome people live in scattered places, moving a lot and some people stay in one place like to be with others | Metaphor ‘shells collect in undulating tides’AlliterationPiled up in midden mounds | Describing the variety...
Could you show me your identification card please?
2. Could you tell me your full name please?
3. What shall I call you?
4. Does your name have any special meaning?
5. Why do so many people change their names?
6. Is your name important to you?
Hometown or birth place
1. Where do you come from?
2. Where do you live?
3. Can you tell me something about your hometown...
being pulled out as just a number, not even a name. Following the conclusion of World War I was the emergence of The Great Depression. “Millions of people were out of work, and there was an alarming concern for the elderly and retired Americans who had lost everything. In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt...
skills." We've distilled the skills from these many studies into this list of skills most frequently mentioned. We've also included sample verbiage describing each skill; job-seekers can adapt this verbiage to their own resumes, cover letters, and interview talking points.
Skills Most Sought After by...