T I want you to, I want a simple sentence
about the man (1) number one (2) ((writes '1' on whiteboard)) one simple sentence
about the man, Zoe[disjunction]
Interestingly, it uses simple sentence
structure and vocabulary while maintaining a modern tone, which makes it easier to understand especially among millennials.
She said this after paying a surprise visit to Kasturibai Gandhi Government Girls Higher Secondary School in Bahour, where she interacted with the students of 12th grade and was surprised to see that they were not even able to frame a simple sentence
Moreover, researchers have proposed that fluency in simple sentence
construction assists continued writing growth (Datchuk & Kubina, 2013; Graham et al.
Keeriyo, said: 'It is estimated that 70% of primary school children in Pakistan are unable to read a simple sentence
as per grade level - we hope that this program drives the change needed in service of Pakistan's children'.
One study, involving 22 healthy younger people, 22 healthy older people and 22 people with MCI, found those with MCI couldn't create a simple sentence
involving three words, "pen," "ink" and paper.
Meanwhile, Director General of UNESCO Irina Bokova, said in her letter on the occasion that "There remain today 758 million adults who cannot read or write a simple sentence
Part of the answer lies in rhetorical figures: practical ways of applying great aesthetic principles, including repetition and variety, suspense and relief, concealment and surprise, to a simple sentence
For the benefit of readers whose first language is not English, he avoids colloquialisms and uses simple sentence
This is a similar game that is simple and repetitive, allowing students to become automatic in their responses as they use coordinating conjunctions such, as, and, or, but--appropriately by responding to a simple sentence
provided by the teacher.
Viewing the 1991 "oath crisis" from today's perspective, it looks very weird why a simple sentence
said in Kurdish brought such intolerance.
This talk made us all really think about the language we use in the operating theatre and what a patient may hear from a simple sentence
meant to reassure such as "don't worry, you'll be fine".