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An ESP Program for Business English in Speaking and Writing
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...Englishes: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. UK: Taylor and Francis. Boonkit, K. (2010). “Enhancing the Development of Speaking Skills for Non – Native Speakers of English.” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 201 (1). Chiappini, Francesca, Ora – Ong Chakorn, Grace Lay, Yeonkwon Jung, Shanta Venugopal, Hiromasa Tanaka. (2007). “Eastern Voices: Enriching Research on Communication in Business.” Discourse and Communication 1 (2). Chien, Ching – ning, Wei Lee, Li – hua Kao. (2006). “Collaborative Teaching in an ESP Program.” Asian EFL Journal 10 (4). Freeman, YS. (1998). ESL / EFL Teaching: Principles for Success. New York: TESL. Martell, Kathryn... 0 Introduction The ability to speak in a given...
An ESP Program for Business English in Speaking and Writing
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...Englishes: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. UK: Taylor and Francis. Boonkit, K. (2010). “Enhancing the Development of Speaking Skills for Non – Native Speakers of English.” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 201 (1). Chiappini, Francesca, Ora – Ong Chakorn, Grace Lay, Yeonkwon Jung, Shanta Venugopal, Hiromasa Tanaka. (2007). “Eastern Voices: Enriching Research on Communication in Business.” Discourse and Communication 1 (2). Chien, Ching – ning, Wei Lee, Li – hua Kao. (2006). “Collaborative Teaching in an ESP Program.” Asian EFL Journal 10 (4). Freeman, YS. (1998). ESL / EFL Teaching: Principles for Success. New York: TESL. Martell, Kathryn... 0 Introduction The ability to speak in a given...
English for Specific Purposes
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...English. ESP students are usually adults who already have some acquaintance with English and are learning the language in order to communicate a set of professional skills and to perform English and are learning the language in order to communicate a set of professional skills and to perform particular job-related functions. An ESP program is therefore built on an assessment of purposes and needs and the functions for which English is required. ESP concentrates more on language in context than on teaching grammar and language structures. It covers subjects...
Business Communication skills
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...ESP” Despite its importance and growing popularity, Business English communication still remains a largely ignored area, in the sense that it still lacks proper structured and professional courses which imparts training and education to adults. There is an urgent need for a well recognized universal foundation of business language similar to one observed in academic English communication, which is much more organized with a comparatively well-accepted semi technical lexis and grammar which is an inevitable aspect of the EST textbooks (Bates, Dudley-Evans, 1976; Donovan, 1978; Allen, Widdowson, 1974). However, Pickett (1989, Pp.6... BUSINESS COMMUNICATION SKILLS Research on the use and applicability of...
The development of English for specific purposes (ESP)
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...English for Specific Purposes (ESP) The Development of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) ESP has undergonethree stages since its inception in the 60’s. The fourth stage is already in progress, with the fifth beginning to emerge from the horizon. We shall describe each of the five stages in detail in later chapters, but it will provide a useful perspective giving a brief summary here. ESP is not a monolithic universal phenomenon. Nevertheless, it has developed at different rates in different countries and we will describe all approaches in the world presently. The summary; therefore, will have a general focus. However, one area, English for Science and Technology EST), has been... The Development of...
Psychoogy, ESP
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...ESP or Extra-Sensory Perception is also popularly referred to as the sixth sense. With the scope of Parapsychology, ESP is defined as the ability on the part of an individual to acquire certain information without relying on the known physical senses or deducing from the past experience (Pratt, Rhine, Smith & Stuart 3). ESP has been known to be a phenomenon reported in both the pre-scientific and scientific systems of thought and practice. Belief in ESP constituted an integral part of the magical practices and animism of the prehistoric man and the tribal cultures like the Native Americans, Zulus and Maoris (Pratt, Rhine, Smith... of the Psychology of the Concerned 30 May Extra-Sensory Perception ESP...
English business
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...business attire that was adopted some years is failing. The response to your questions are as follows: On dress down days,there were many variables that had to be put into consideration such as geographic location,gender and the days activities. Nonetheless, clothing should be neat, clean, not revealing... . This can be further elaborated in the dress code policy. The advantages of a dress down policy will outweigh the disadvantages. This will create a sense of pride in the new policy, professionalism would ring attention to … As a team, the employees concluded that we should refine the the dress down policy and disregard the current one as it allows enough freedom to contempt the effort that is put into depriving the document. Kindly give careful consideration...
Does ESP Exist?
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...ESP Exist? ESP, otherwise known as extrasensory perception is not an imaginative concept, but a paranormal activity which is real .According to (Caroll,2012) “ESP or extrasensory perception is perception occurring independently of sight, hearing, or other sensory processes”. This is an additional sensation to our five sensory abilities. It is considered paranormal because it does not occur in normal people and it is not visible to the naked eye .Scientist address this as sixth sense and person possessing this sense is called psychic. A psychic thinks that everyone possesses this paranormal phenomenon and others who are normal think it is a talent only special people possess... . There are many...
Business Administration - Program Capstone
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...businesses to be successful they have to follow and practice a certain Generic Strategic model which would be Cost – Leadership, Differentiation or Focus. Cost – Leadership is where a business has a low level of differentiation or low level of costs in order to have a competitive market price edge to the market. Businesses that wish to venture and be successful in this type of strategy must focus on lowering their costs and offer value to their customers by producing effective products. Companies should be alert in controlling and monitoring their production costs, overhead costs, and their costs on research and development and in their...
Business administration - Program Capstone
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...business to expand its own operations in the location. These assumptions in turn, trigger the decision making process and provides opportunities for growth and development, as in the case of the company I worked with. With respect to the assumptions made by the automobile manufacturing, just relying on the gas prices can be dangerous. It must look into various dimensions and multiple factors contributing to the demand of SUVs. Variables like fashion (brand preferences... ? memorandum addressing understanding of decision making CEO Senior Manager Understanding of How to Make Important Decisions DATE: 18th June 18, 2011 This memorandum serves to address the issues about decision making at senior manager...
English for Special purposes program design
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...English for Special purposes program design A brief of your and their special needs and your expectation on their learning outcomes (eg. skills, knowledge, etc) Current program is designed for scientific and technological occupational purposes. People that are targeted to follow whit program are students studying information technology at the University level. These students are defined as learners of English as a second language with specific needs. The needs of this particular group of students are related to a certain level of English that hey require (average) and unique vocabulary...
Tests on ESP
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...ESP In 1911 at Stanford University, first conventional tests were conducted on Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) and Psychokinesis (PK). These tests were conducted in a lab, in a controlled environment. John Edgar Coover was in charge of these lab tests and founded... ?Parapsychology Terminology: the term parapsychology is derived from Para meaning ‘alongside’ and psychology is as it was, meaning something alongside mainstream psychology (Melton, 1996). The term was coined in 1889 by philosopher Max Dessoir. The definition of the term means a psychological study of; telepathy, near-death experiences, reincarnation, telepathy, apparition, psychokinesis and apparition experiences (Melton, 1996). Tests on ESP...
English Business law
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...business hence accept our statement of apology. Indeed, we are currently in a financial crisis which has taken a toll on almost all facets of the economy across the board. Our organisation as well as our members have also not been spared by the tough financial crisis, the reason why some of the books may lie unclaimed at your premises. We would try to follow up on the issue since we assumed that if we do not get response from our members they would have accepted their orders. We would also like to inform you that we will take appropriate action... if you can assist us with the information that can help us to identify if there is no other delivery problem related to the postal services. We...
English for Business.
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...business executive’s relaxation while placing their feet up on the desk. This is because that gesture in unclean in their culture whereas it is normal to Americans (Harjunen, 2012). 6. Facial expression Facial expression as non-verbal communication medium may be identical, but the meaning attached to them varies from culture to culture.  The majority’s opinion is that smiling, crying or showing anger or disgust using the facial expression may have the same in meaning. However, the degree differs from one culture to the other.  For example, majority of Asian cultures quash... Cultural Difference in Nonverbal Communication al Affiliation TABLE OF CONTENT INTRODUCTION 3 2. BODY MOVEMENTS 5 3. BODY POSTU...
Business english and communication
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...business the keep solvent, they have to continue to manufacture innovative products, as well as maintain a sound function and communication structure within their companies, as well as with those with which they work. Samsung has created flash memory by using process technology that enables data speeds to be accelerated. They also manufacture televisions, storage devices, mobile phones, office equipment--like computers, notebook PCS... Three companies that serve the world, which are Samsung, Microsoft, and Dell, are the leading manufacturers in the technology industry. They focus their efforts on manufacturing technology that makes the life of the average person entertaining and easy. In order for their...
Business english and communication
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...business the keep solvent, they have to continue to manufacture innovative products, as well as maintain a sound function and communication structure within their companies, as well as with those with which they work. Samsung has created flash memory by using process technology that enables data speeds to be accelerated. They also manufacture televisions, storage devices, mobile phones, office equipment--like computers, notebook PCS... Three companies that serve the world, which are Samsung, Microsoft, and Dell, are the leading manufacturers in the technology industry. They focus their efforts on manufacturing technology that makes the life of the average person entertaining and easy. In order for their...
Business Outreach program - Anaytical report
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...Business Outreach Program al affiliation Over years, organizations have been experiencing the challenge of growth both economically and socially. For an organization to prosper in any of these two, a lot of financial resources and knowledge have to be used by the organization. There are various ways which trigger an organizations’ growth and have a great positive impact to the organization over years. The use of Outreach Programs is a strategy where an organization engages into community service projects like Street Outreach Programs, Donating Services to the Community and others. This strategy of giving back to the...
Master of International Business Program
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...Business Program Explain your purpose for graduate study, including your current degree goals and reasons for selecting a particular field of study. I have always wanted to further my education to a Masters level but it was not to be soon after my undergraduate level. I figured i would work in my family business for a while until I was ready for this leg of the journey. This however was not to be as I realized that the China business and market was expanding and my undergraduate degree would simply not be enough for me to stand on my own. I plan to go back to the graduate school to further my knowledge of the international business in order to catch up with the changing... Master of International...
Petroleum Development of Oman
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...ESP program would be an opportunity open for all technical employees of PDO irrespective of their rank and qualification. Apparently the level of English adeptness would not be identical for all the employees and hence there would be varying individual requirements that will have to be separately addressed. Moreover a requirement analysis would also assist in saving on time as it would help to distinguish between the employees with high, moderate and low skills in English Comprehension. This would further help the organization in providing the students only the required amount of guidance. Having successfully acquired the required knowledge these employees would then move... Preparing a Questionnaire for ...
Small Business Program and Source Selection Plans
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...Business Program and Source Selection Plans Introduction The government is responsible for promoting the growth of the economy by encouraging business growth (Cibinic et al., 2006). One of the approaches the government uses to support economic growth by awarding contracts to small businesses either through competitive process or by a direct awarding of the contract to disadvantaged businesses in order to help the achieve necessary competence (Keyes & Feldman, 2011). This case scenario examines the criteria used by the procurement officer awarding the contract to small businesses. 1. Small...
Small Business Program and Source Selection Plans
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...Business Program and Source Selection Plans The purpose of the federal small business program The small business programs were developed for the socially and economically disadvantaged companies and small businesses. The major purpose of the program was to ensure there is an equitable opportunity in the participation of a federal procurement, meaning that it would help small businesses acquire government contracts. According to the Section 15 in the Small Business Act of 1953, there should be fair proportion of the total contracts and purchases for services for the government, which should be positioned with the small businesses concerns (Hillstrom, & Hillstrom, 2002). As a government... ? Small Business ...
Business Innovation - Six Sigma program and Motorola
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...PROGRAM AND MOTOROLA Business Innovation - Six Sigma program and Motorola Module: of submission: http://www.scribd.com/doc/19767551/Six-Sigma-at-Motorola Abstract Six Sigma has been an innovative strategy that many businesses especially in the manufacturing sector have adopted primarily to enhance efficiency in production. This business strategy helps in eliminating waste by controlling the level of defective production. Motorola is one such company that has hugely applied the Six Sigma in its production for quality assurance. Six Sigma has enabled companies to cut on their operational costs as a result of having 99.9% of products free of defects. This process saves a great... ?Running head: SIX SIGMA...
Business Innovation - Six Sigma program and Motorola
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...PROGRAM AND MOTOROLA Business Innovation - Six Sigma program and Motorola Module: submission: http://www.scribd.com/doc/19767551/Six-Sigma-at-Motorola Abstract Six Sigma has been an innovative strategy that many businesses especially in the manufacturing sector have adopted primarily to enhance efficiency in production. This business strategy helps in eliminating waste by controlling the level of defective production. Motorola is one such company that has hugely applied the Six Sigma in its production for quality assurance. Six Sigma has enabled companies to cut on their operational costs as a result of having 99.9% of products free of defects. This process saves a great deal... Running head: SIX SIGMA...
A press kit about Intensive English Program (IEP) at Western Washington University (WWU)
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...programs for students as well as professionals. This program would benefit not only the prospective students planning to enrol in graduate and post-graduate courses but also those intending on learning English purely for business and / or social communication purposes. The program aims to welcome all international applicants including those who do not meet the university's English language requirement and offer appropriate courses for preparation. The IEP promises to open a world of possibilities for all those aspiring to learn the English language from a group of well-qualified and dedicated staff with impressive professional achievements in the field of language teaching. The process... ?A press kit...
Business Law 1 : English Contract Law
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...English Contract Law The objective of English Contract Law is to provide for a remedy to the parties if an agreement is not carried out in total or is carried out in violation of the laid out terms of the agreement. There is no legal necessity to provide for written terms as per the existing English Contract Law. Even oral agreements become enforceable. The crux of the issue is that there is a contract made between Dodgy Tony Limited and Gordon and since there is a valid contract, both the parties to the contract are bound to fulfill the terms of the contract. Gordon is entitled to claim his money back which he has sent to Dodgy as the...
Business law, English leagal system, Contract law
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...English National Operetta Company refunding the audience members the money they had paid and it can be noted that by any standard this is a loss incurred as a result of the poor products by Prompt Printers Ltd which is now denying responsibility citing a clause at the back of the invoice. It can be seen that this is a contract of goods that is governed by Sale of Goods Act 1979 which gives certain legal rights to buyers of goods. By s.14(2) of the Sale of Goods Act (as amended by the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994): Where the seller sells in the course of a business there is an implied condition that the goods... ?A contract is an agreement which is enforceable by law and which creates rights and...
English
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...Programs When I first came to the United States of America, I was not prepared for the challenges that lay ahead in my new environment. Currently, I am international student here, and I remember very well how I struggled to adapt to American English and the American way of life. I mean, back home we used (and still use) British English, and the differences are huge. I had to acclimatize quickly to those differences, and learn how to use American English in order to communicate properly and to pursue my studies effectively. I realized that if I wanted to make... Ahmed Alyammahi Carolin Walz ENG 101 17September 2012 The Influence of Social Media on Language and Language Development: Focus on TV and TV Progr...
Assignment 3: Small Business Program and Source Selection Plans
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...BUSINESS PROGRAM AND SOURCE SELECTION PLANS Small Business Program and Source Selection Plans Introduction The preference program was started with an aim of including small businesses in the contract tenders, mostly offered by the federal government. This paper has outlined the provisions that form the basis of this program. In writing this paper, I will take the position as the government employee receiving the proposal from the contractor. The paper is inclusive of various selection processes and will discuss in detail the purpose of the program. The paper will also evaluate the contract formats that are used during the acceptance of a contract tender. The paper will also outline... the...
Research Question: Does the Structured English I program at Fillmore Middle School have a positive impact on the reading comprehension of 6th grade English Language Learners?
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...English Immersion program on Reading Comprehension of 6th Graders Chapter purpose This chapter reviews the relevant literature on the topic of the study. The contents of the chapter, apart from defining the topic and giving a brief overview of the history of Structured English Immersion program, focus on finding out the positive impact of the structure English Immersion on the Reading Comprehension of the learners. Through references from different studies the researcher has tried to establish the superiority of SEI approach over other approaches that emphasize on improving the linguistic proficiency of Limited Proficiency Learners in the US. Language teaching to students... Effect of Structured English...
Developing a loyalty program for the online grocery business
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...program for the online grocery business BY YOU HERE HERE HERE PLACE YOUR TRANSMITTALLETTER HERE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The services of the consultant have been sought in relation to providing guidance about the viability and relevancy of establishing a customer loyalty program for the online grocery company. Research supports that implementation could pose problems such as cost management and difficulty in gaining real-time market research to understand current consumer attitudes and sentiments as compared to a bricks-and-mortar facility. Theoretical research also supports that complex consumer behaviour characteristics, such as psychological influence... of loyalty schemes and their relationship...
Why enroll in the Doctor of Business Administration Program (DBA)?
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...business activities. A graduation degree appears to be the main reason which is and will continue to prevent me from achieving this goal of mine. I understand that completing a graduation program does not in any way... Application Essay Life in itself is an experience for every individual as every step that we take in life helps us to gain an insight about life.It tells us as to how different things in life can and should be managed. An important pathway of my life is to achieve academic and professional success. In my view to achieve success in this path I need to be both sharp and witty when selecting my paths. To achieve success I first have to analyze all the aspects of my life including my...
Businesses within the Small Business Administration (SBA) 8A Program
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...program inserts his/her Number The Small Business Administration is an entity committed to the development and growth of small businesses in the U.S. While various facilities have been provided to encourage the continuity of such businesses, no program has previously targeted disadvantaged individuals in the past. This paper provides an overview of the 8(a) program that specifically targets socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs running small businesses. Furthermore, the eligibility criteria along with the application process are concerned. Finally, the paper briefly highlights the need for SBA to strengthen its anti-fraud mechanisms so that only deserving firms get access... SBA 8(a)...
Application for MBA Program at LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL
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...Program at LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL Table of Contents Question 3 Question 2 5 Question 3 9 Reference List 14 Question Prevention is better than intervention” – This is a true quote that inspired my life to give a new direction after I completed undergraduate degree. Following my graduation I developed an idiosyncratic style in life. It encouraged nurturing my passion for strategic management and my skills for building a successful professional career followed by a comfortable personal life. Even before my graduation degree, I attempted to develop leadership and management skills merely by observing others. One of the important experiences that nurtured my passion to learn... the opportunity to...
English
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...English while English and French are the official languages within Canada. The form of government within USA is of federal constitutional republic while in Canada, the same is of parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. (Adams & Strother-Adams, 2001) Both USA and Canada are situated in the North American continent and are considered very powerful nations. The people living within USA are known as Americans while the ones who hail from Canada are remarked as the Canadians. USA gained its independence from the Great Britain in 1776 while... Compare and Contrast between USA and Canada The capital of USA is Washington DC while Ottawa is the capital of Canada. The national language within USA is...
English
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...busy or pretend to be like that. Family life is considered much important in American society compared to the society in England. The travelling nature of the British people is more compare to the Americans. Majority of the Americans don’t even see any other countries while majority of the English people has been to some foreign country at some stage of their life. Racism is more in America compared to the England. But now it has changed substantially as seen in the recently concluded American president elections. The Americans are mostly proud of their ancestry compared... Comparison of USA and England USA is located in North America between Canada and Mexico while England is located in Western Europe...
English
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...program that would reward regional philanthropy in an effort to mitigate the damage (Phillips, 2011). Britain boasts a grand, centuries-old cultural heritage: one need only... Hedder It is through art, and through art only, that we can realize our perfection. -Oscar Wilde In its manifesto, “A Strategic Framework for the Arts,” Great Britain’s Arts Council offered a detailed and exhaustive rationale for the arts as a vital long-term investment from both an economic and aesthetic standpoint. The report indicated that Britain’s regional arts communities are the envy of the world and are crucial to the health of the nation’s tourism industry, which generated more than ?16 billion for the British economy in...
English
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...English Insert due Optimal profitability in organizations entails income, which is usually distributed to the owner especially in profitable market production process. In simple terms, profit entails a profitability measure, which a business owner’s main interest is formation of income. Optimum profitability in most companies is usually attained through various aspects including revenue and yield optimization. In some cases, operational hiccups also help in determining optimal profitability. Employee performance also plays a significant role in determining optimal profitability in most organizations. In fact, employee performance remains tied directly to...
English
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...program will help me expand my knowledge and achieve personal career goals. Considering the above reasons, I hope I will be able to secure a chance to pursue a degree course at that prestigious institution. I promise to give my best to enable the institution realize its visions and missions of capacity building.... Admission Essay It has always been my desires to pursue a bachelor degree in order to improve my skills and enhance my career progression prospects. In this regard, taking a bachelor of interdisciplinary course is appropriate because it equips one with ideas and knowledge from across various fields. My motivations of applying to this course entail the ability to be competitive in the job...
English
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...Program for People Living With HIV in the United States Community-Based Program for People Living With HIV in the United States Name Tutor Course Date Community-Based Program for People Living With HIV in the United States Introduction There are about 1.2 million people living with HIV in the United States. About twenty percent of these people are not aware whether they have the virus, which causes AIDS. Although the number of HIV infections in the country has been noted to be high, thanks to better methods of testing, the number of new infections remains stable. About fifty thousand new infections are noted each... ?Running Head: Mentally Ill and Disabled Mentally Ill and Disabled Mentally Ill and...
English
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...English romantic poet. He was born on April 17, 1770 and died April 23, 1850. “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” was first published in 1807. Later the poem was revised in 1815. The main theme in “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” is how the meditation of a peaceful scene of briefly glimpsed daffodils allowed this man to cheer himself up in solitude In the poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” a man described himself floating with the clouds... William Wordsworth’s "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” is a beautiful poem about how with a little imagination anyone can bring themselves out of the doldrums by thinking serene thoughts. William Wordsworth was an...
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...English Essay Reading A For the person in the first century, honor is the most important thing. It is related to the manner by which others perceived a person. Every decision and action is undertaken with the consideration of how other people perceive them specifically the significant others such as the family, the community, and even the nation where this person lives. A perfect first century person lives up to the individualized common knowledge or the expectation of others. Aside from honor, conscience is also an important factor which is the internalization of what others think. The dyadic personality is the main concept that defines the first century personality. ...
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...program I would like to call upon…..” People ask me why I have don’t let people in, why am so closed off. I don’t answer. How do I describe the emotion of betrayal? How it feels like being left alone in the middle of the desert without water or warmth. How its takes away all that is good within you and leaves you hollow? I just don’t answer.... My story Number] I still remember, clearly, how perfectly the day had started out. I had woken up with a smile on my face and weather had seemed to match my mood. The lovely blue skies dotted with little white clouds and the sun playing hide and seek amongst them. The softly blowing wind which carried a faint scent of the spring flowers in bloom. It was a little...
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...programs... Censorship Generally, censorship exists in many societies and it has prevailed in our societies for centuries. In simple terms, censorship is the supervision or suppression of harmful or sensitive information or filthy materials from reaching the public. In some countries, censorship is seen as a way of interfering with the citizens’ right to free speech. The media, individuals’ conversations, films and music among others can be controlled. From my personal perspective, I propose that censorship refers to the control and supervision of the information, opinions and ideas that are reaching the public. Ideally, the bodies giving censorship to books, films, and music, radio or television...
English
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...business meeting, for example, if he is seen to be dressed in shorts and t-shirts. Likewise, if students attending classes are dressed in coat and tie or in a prom dress, for that matter, they are seen to lack complete development in personality or character because they do not wear the proper clothes for school. These situations support the statement that the way a person dresses is a good indication of his personality or character.... ?Do you agree or disagree the way a person dresses is a good indication of his personality or character? Yes, I agree that the way a person dresses is a good indication of his personality or character. By dressing in a good manner, the person exhibits good behavior by...
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...business such as preparing dinner as well as relaxing with the husband and children. The author carefully creates a controversial issue in this story where it can be seen... The paper seeks to critically analyse fiction by Joyce Carol Oats en d “Aiding and Abetting.” The paper will mainly analyse how the uses different literary devices to bring out her theme to the targeted readers. The paper starts by describing the plot of the story and it will also attempt to highlight the theme of the fictional story. Holly is happily married to Steven and they have their lovely kids. However, Holly’s brother, Owen always call her sister during the time she is supposed to be performing other important family busines...
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...English Pre-write Brainstorming The topic that I will discuss will be under marketing. This is because of the passion I have inmarketing which is very essential in the business world. Also having worked as a marketer in the bank for the last six years I have learnt some of the challenges that are experienced in the career. One of the career goals that I have is to be an effective marketer who is able to connect with diverse customers from any background. The other career goal is to be a marketer who understands the needs of the customers and comes up with the solutions. This will form the thesis of the paper to be how I can provide solutions to the...
English
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...English are expressed in different parts of the world. The English language is the most widespread language and it relishes the status of global language as it has maintained to attract people from all over the world for social, political, educational, technological, economic or scientific reasons. The personal histories of people and communities or countries, on wider level, shape their attitudes towards this language as many people experience to learn and speak English. English has greatly impacted social, political and cultural life of the postcolonial communities and people from all over the world value it as it opens ways... ?Discuss some of the ways in which people’s values and attitudes towards...
English
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...English al Affiliation Chapter 12. Compare or contrast something Though lying and misrepresentation of facts are used interchangeably, they differ a great deal. In misrepresentation of facts, a witness plans systematic distortion of case facts with full awareness of the consequences that result. However, lying about facts involves no premeditation and occurs to respond to situations through quick decisions that one has no time to think of the consequences involved. Consequently, liars also end up fooling themselves since it involves intentional falsification of something for reasons such as self-interests, or bending rules. However, both lying and misrepresentation of facts present someone... ...
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...business in tailoring policies as well as programs meant to meet the specific requirements of the employees. On the other hand, top-down communication helps in increasing the utilization of specific workplace policies by ensuring employees are aware of the means to access and use the services (Doctor, 2008). Thus, lack of communication may result in huge losses in any business. For example, a marketing officer in a grocery business failed to inform his seniors that a majority of their products had increased in the market. It is obvious that an increase in supply results to a decrease in the price of a commodity. His reason... Value of Communication College: Value of Communication Communication is the...
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...English The poem “When I have fears that I may cease to be” has been written by John Keats in a form that is like that of the English sonnet. The rhyme scheme, ABABCDCDEFEFGG follows the quintessential rhyme scheme of the English sonnet – fourteen lines of an alternating rhyme scheme throughout the poem and ending with a couplet. On the other hand, Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem titled “England in 1819” follows the form of the Italian sonnet, except that it is inverted. In the typical Italian sonnet, there is a division between the lines and what is being talked about in the poem. Usually the first eight lines are about a problem, while the...
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