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Contraction

T or F
4. ‏The “SPECIFIER” should always be listed first on an ARGUMENT STRUCTURE.
‏5. Finite verbs refer to verbs that are marked for tense (past or present).
6. ‏Proper nouns are usually used without determiners.
‏7. Auxiliary verbs behave similarly to main verbs.
‏8. Turning sentences into passive will completely change their meaning.
‏9. Certain transitive verbs, such as fit, do not have passive forms.
10. Particles behave differently from prepositions; in that they can occur
‏after the object (e.g. I looked the word up).
‏11. Onomatopoeic words are the same in all languages.
‏12. The singular-plural distinction is expressed morphologically in English nouns.
‏13. affixation is a process by which prefixes and suffixes are added to the roots for new word forms.
‏14. The number of syllables in a word equals the number of morphemes it has.
‏15. Not all derivational processes change word class.
Choice the correct:
1. In Phrase Structure Rules, a NP can consist of all the following except:
‏A. An optional Det.
B. Any number of optional A.
‏C. An obligatory N.
‏D. A VP.
‏2. The phrase “new car” in the sentence “Her sister’s new car is cool” is:
‏A. N-bar
‏B. Full NP
‏C. V-bar
‏D. Full VP
‏3. The sentence “If anybody is attending the party, Mary is” is an example of:
‏A. Negation
B. Contraction
‏C. Ellipsis
‏D. Inversion
‏4. In the sentence “Kim puts her money under the bed” the verb “puts” selects a
‏subject and
‏A. One complement.
‏B. Two complements.
‏C. Three complements.
‏D. No complements.
‏5. The “head” of the NP, “many students”, is:
‏A. Many
‏B. Students
‏C. Many students
‏D. The phrase is headless
‏6. All the following are verbs that select indirect questions as their complements EXCEPT:
‏A. Interrogative verbs such as ask and inquire
‏B. Verbs of knowledge such as know and learn
‏C. Verbs of increased knowledge such as teach and tell
‏D. Factive verbs such as claim and deny.
7. A type of noun that is typically uncountable is:
A. Proper nouns B. Pronouns
C. Common nouns
D. Relative nouns
8. Passive sentences require the verb in the passive form to be preceded by:
a. main verb
b. Auxiliary verb
c. Adjective
d. adverb
9. Among the verbs that can have [+QUE] and [-QUE] complements is:
A.Told
B. Sleep
C. Eat
D.hit
10. “That Ali was hungry” is an example of:
A.VP
B.CP
C.N.P
D.AP

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The sentence “if anybody is attending the party, mary is” is an example of:

T or F
4. ‏The “SPECIFIER” should always be listed first on an ARGUMENT STRUCTURE.
‏5. Finite verbs refer to verbs that are marked for tense (past or present).
6. ‏Proper nouns are usually used without determiners.
‏7. Auxiliary verbs behave similarly to main verbs.
‏8. Turning sentences into passive will completely change their meaning.
‏9. Certain transitive verbs, such as fit, do not have passive forms.
10. Particles behave differently from prepositions; in that they can occur
‏after the object (e.g. I looked the word up).
‏11. Onomatopoeic words are the same in all languages.
‏12. The singular-plural distinction is expressed morphologically in English nouns.
‏13. affixation is a process by which prefixes and suffixes are added to the roots for new word forms.
‏14. The number of syllables in a word equals the number of morphemes it has.
‏15. Not all derivational processes change word class.
Choice the correct:
1. In Phrase Structure Rules, a NP can consist of all the following except:
‏A. An optional Det.
B. Any number of optional A.
‏C. An obligatory N.
‏D. A VP.
‏2. The phrase “new car” in the sentence “Her sister’s new car is cool” is:
‏A. N-bar
‏B. Full NP
‏C. V-bar
‏D. Full VP
‏3. The sentence “If anybody is attending the party, Mary is” is an example of:
‏A. Negation
B. Contraction
‏C. Ellipsis
‏D. Inversion
‏4. In the sentence “Kim puts her money under the bed” the verb “puts” selects a
‏subject and
‏A. One complement.
‏B. Two complements.
‏C. Three complements.
‏D. No complements.
‏5. The “head” of the NP, “many students”, is:
‏A. Many
‏B. Students
‏C. Many students
‏D. The phrase is headless
‏6. All the following are verbs that select indirect questions as their complements EXCEPT:
‏A. Interrogative verbs such as ask and inquire
‏B. Verbs of knowledge such as know and learn
‏C. Verbs of increased knowledge such as teach and tell
‏D. Factive verbs such as claim and deny.
7. A type of noun that is typically uncountable is:
A. Proper nouns B. Pronouns
C. Common nouns
D. Relative nouns
8. Passive sentences require the verb in the passive form to be preceded by:
a. main verb
b. Auxiliary verb
c. Adjective
d. adverb
9. Among the verbs that can have [+QUE] and [-QUE] complements is:
A.Told
B. Sleep
C. Eat
D.hit
10. “That Ali was hungry” is an example of:
A.VP
B.CP
C.N.P
D.AP

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What factor in self-monitoring do you need to work on to improve your interpretation work in the future?

In the Week 2 discussion, you identified your greatest area for growth and your biggest concern about mastering competencies in consecutive interpreting. Reflect on your progress this term. In which competency have you experienced the greatest improvement? What factor in self-monitoring do you need to work on to improve your interpretation work in the future?
Read your classmates’ messages and post at least one reply

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Summary chapters 6 & 7, write the important points and arrange them as well as in the book, (don’t use your own words)

Summary chapters 6 & 7, write the important points and arrange them as well as in the book, (don’t use your own words)
the words should be between 750-800 words

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Write an essay of 700-1000 words that responds to the following prompt:

Write an essay of 700-1000 words that responds to the following prompt:
How has a place, event, situation, person, or experience shaped you into the person you are today? Choose only one place, event, situation, person, or experience to write about, and thoroughly develop your story with specific details.
Although this is not an academic essay, you must still have a thesis. Your “argument” here is that something had an influence on you, and you should be explicit about what that is and how it shaped you in your introduction.
As always, your writing should be clear, focused, well-organized, and thoroughly developed. It should also use MLA 8 format and be submitted via Canvas.
You will also be expected to:
Use transitions effectively, such as:
Words and phrases that show relationships between sentences
Words and phrases that show relationships between paragraphs
Provide specific details
“show, don’t tell”—use concrete images rather than vague descriptions
Avoid clichés
Edit carefully and thoroughly for grammar, punctuation, wordiness, and spelling.

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Please, i need a syntactic analysis for the following sentence:

Hello,
Please, I need a syntactic analysis for the following sentence:
“The book that you have given to me was very good”
I analyzed it this way
“The book” is the subject
“was very good” is the predicate
“that you have given to me” is an adjective clause
The word “that” is a relative pronoun, however, I’m not sure whether it is the subject or the object of the clause.
“you” is the subject of the clause
“to me” is a prepositional phrase
I read some articles on the internet which made me confused whether “The book” is a subject or an object or both?
I would appreciate it if you could give a clear detailed answer. Thank you!

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Choose the correct answer for each question.

Please finished ESL Exams 1 & 2. Choose the correct answer for each question. Please make sure the correct rates are over 90%.
Thank you.

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Provide specific details

Write an essay of 700-1000 words that responds to the following prompt:
How has a place, event, situation, person, or experience shaped you into the person you are today?
Choose only one place, event, situation, person, or experience to write about, and thoroughly develop your story with specific details.
Although this is not an academic essay, you must still have a thesis. Your “argument” here is that something had an influence on you, and you should be explicit about what that is and how it shaped you in your introduction.
As always, your writing should be clear, focused, well-organized, and thoroughly developed. It should also use MLA 8 format and be submitted via Canvas.
You will also be expected to:
Use transitions effectively, such as:
Words and phrases that show relationships between sentences
Words and phrases that show relationships between paragraphs
Provide specific details
“show, don’t tell”—use concrete images rather than vague descriptions
Avoid clichés
Edit carefully and thoroughly for grammar, punctuation, wordiness, and spelling.

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How should he approach them to solicit their ideas for the turnaround?

Turning Around Cote Construction Company Case Study
Read the “Turning Around Cote Construction Company” found at the end of Chapter 9 and follow these steps before answering the case study questions. In order to answer the case study questions you will apply the Change Path Model from Chapter 9 to the Cote Construction Company case.
A case study is a puzzle to be solved, so before reading and answering the specific questions, develop your proposed solution by following these five steps:
Read the case study to identify the key issues and underlying issues. These issues are the principles and concepts of the course module, which apply to the situation described in the case study.
Record the facts from the case study which are relevant to the principles and concepts of the module. The case may have extraneous information not relevant to the current module. Your ability to differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information is an important aspect of case analysis, as it will inform the focus of your answers.
Describe in some detail the actions that would address or correct the situation.
Consider how you would support your solution with examples from experience or current real-life examples or cases from textbooks.
Complete this initial analysis and then read the discussion questions. Typically, you will already have the answers to the questions but with a broader consideration. At this point, you can add the details and/or analytical tools required to solve the case.
Case Study Questions:
What problems should he tackle first? Which were operational and which were organizational? What timeline should he establish?
How should he consider the people in the company? What should he ask them? How should he approach them to solicit their ideas for the turnaround?
How should he deal with Felix? Should he allow him to continue as head of Equipment and Operations? Should he sideline Felix and formally reduce his authority at Cote Construction? Would it, in fact, be a relief to employees to know that Felix no longer played a role in the company?
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
Be 6-8 pages in length, which does not include the title and reference pages, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements.
Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines.
Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least four scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.
It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into the Turnitin Originality Check prior to submitting it to your instructor for grading. If you are unsure how to submit an assignment into the Originality Check tool, review the Turnitin Originality Check – Student Guide for step-by-step instructions.
Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.

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Would it, in fact, be a relief to employees to know that felix no longer played a role in the company?

Turning Around Cote Construction Company Case Study
Read the “Turning Around Cote Construction Company” found at the end of Chapter 9 and follow these steps before answering the case study questions. In order to answer the case study questions you will apply the Change Path Model from Chapter 9 to the Cote Construction Company case.
A case study is a puzzle to be solved, so before reading and answering the specific questions, develop your proposed solution by following these five steps:
Read the case study to identify the key issues and underlying issues. These issues are the principles and concepts of the course module, which apply to the situation described in the case study.
Record the facts from the case study which are relevant to the principles and concepts of the module. The case may have extraneous information not relevant to the current module. Your ability to differentiate between relevant and irrelevant information is an important aspect of case analysis, as it will inform the focus of your answers.
Describe in some detail the actions that would address or correct the situation.
Consider how you would support your solution with examples from experience or current real-life examples or cases from textbooks.
Complete this initial analysis and then read the discussion questions. Typically, you will already have the answers to the questions but with a broader consideration. At this point, you can add the details and/or analytical tools required to solve the case.
Case Study Questions:
What problems should he tackle first? Which were operational and which were organizational? What timeline should he establish?
How should he consider the people in the company? What should he ask them? How should he approach them to solicit their ideas for the turnaround?
How should he deal with Felix? Should he allow him to continue as head of Equipment and Operations? Should he sideline Felix and formally reduce his authority at Cote Construction? Would it, in fact, be a relief to employees to know that Felix no longer played a role in the company?
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
Be 6-8 pages in length, which does not include the title and reference pages, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements.
Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines.
Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least four scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.
It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into the Turnitin Originality Check prior to submitting it to your instructor for grading. If you are unsure how to submit an assignment into the Originality Check tool, review the Turnitin Originality Check – Student Guide for step-by-step instructions.
Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.