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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Advice for Students: Taking Notes that Work

How to take good notes in college Many students want to go to College for the reason that there will be less paperwork and more fun. Not so, my little friends. If you think that abstract management at the University is optional, then you’re seriously mistaken. Of course, check notebook will not be strictly (although […]

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What to Enjoy On the Semester Break

Let us face it; every student looks forward to the semester break. It’s one of the few times when you can really let your hair down, escape for the weekend or catch up on the TV shows you were forced to record during exams. The mid-semester break tends to remind us that even in the […]

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How to Ace Your Finals Without Studying

If you study all the tickets the night before the exam not your option, this article is for you. We have collected suggestions that will help you better memorize the material and how to pass a test without studying, not making supernatural effort. It will help you whether you in a high school, college or […]

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How to get a scholarship in the USA

Many international students are interested in gaining a scholarship to help pay for their study in the USA. In this article, we provide you with some scholarship tips and advice to assist with your scholarship applications and increase your chances of receiving sponsorship. Participate in community life While many scholarships for international students are based […]

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Argument essay: Gay marriage

People with different sexual orientation in our society in General are pretty cool. One in six (15%) considers them to be ordinary men and women, but do not want to communicate with them personally. Others call homosexuality a disease: a medical nature (20%) or social (15%). Another 20 percent perceive them as extremely dangerous and […]

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Syntactic classification

Syntactic functions of the pronoun Personal pronouns The nominative case form is generally used as a subject of the sentence, or predicative in the compound nominal predicate in a sentence. The objective case form is used mainly as an object (with or without a preposition), occasionally as an attribute in prepositional phrase. Possessive pronouns Both […]

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The historical background

Introduction The topicality of the research is supposed by need of general analysis of the subject using diachronic and synchronic approaches. Thus the aim of the research is to analyze pronouns and numerals from point of view of their origin, morphological and syntactic characteristics. To achieve the aim it is necessary to cover the following […]

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Adverbial clauses of real condition

In real condition, both the main clause and the dependent clause are truth-neutral. Although the most common type of real condition refers to the future, there are no special restrictions on the time reference of conditions or on the tense forms used to express them. The following examples may illustrate the variety of time relations […]

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