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  • Language is a substantial barrier to safety and health for Hispanic construction workers in the United States. In recognition of this, The Center to Protect Workers Rights (CPWR), in cooperation with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), sponsored the development and presentation of 10-hour safety and health training in Spanish for residential construction.

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  • A free press was born when America was born. It was not handed down or inherited. The concept of press freedom was deliberately constructed by the framers of our Constitution to instill the spirit of independence as an absolute, crucial ingredient in the creation, existence and survival of a free society.

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  • The topics covered here describe the "meaningful chunks" of English sentence structure. In so doing they examine key grammatical principles underlying effective reading and writing. When discussing speech, we say we know something when we can...

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  • The creation of the Language Proficiency Handbook: A Practitioner’s Guide to Instructional Assessment (hereafter, the Language Proficiency Handbook) has been a team effort, and all the persons involved in that process are to be recognized for their contributions. For two years,the Language Proficiency Committee of the Bilingual Assessment Advisory Panel wrestled with issues and explored ideas related to the construct of language proficiency and its implications for instructional assessment. It was responsible for the development of the conceptual out line and the selection of rubrics...

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  • As you can see, ETS uses arguments to test your ability to speak and write English academically. Therefore, to get high speaking and writing scores on the TOEFL iBT, you must know how to construct and summarize both personal-opinion and fact-based arguments, quickly and proficiently.

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  • The speaking and writing tasks are called constructive tasks. For TOEFL, to construct means to develop and deliver. What do you have to develop and deliver on test day? Six verbal arguments and two written arguments.

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  • Why does ETS use arguments to test your ability to speak and write academic English? Because at an English-speaking university, you will construct personal-opinion arguments, verbally and in writing.

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  • How can you quickly and proficiently construct both personal-opinion and fact-based arguments that demonstrate coherence? By starting with a clear method of organization. There are two ways to organize an argument: deduction and induction. Let's start with the personal-opinion argument and deduction.

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  • You must know how to construct and summarize both personal-opinion and fact-based arguments, quickly and proficiently. You can do so using the strategy called argument mapping. Argument mapping begins with a review of basic argument development.

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  • Proficiency means skill and knowledge. How can you quickly and proficiently construct both personal-opinion and fact-based arguments that demonstrate coherence? By starting with a clear method of organization.

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  • A recent report has found that public attitudes to asylum in the UK have reached new levels of hostility. 25 Some politicians have responded to perceived public concern over asylum and immigration by emphasising restrictive policies. 26 The media has a key role to play in the formation of public attitudes and observers have argued that the UK press has encouraged negative attitudes towards asylum seekers. 27 There have been a number of studies, which have noted the way in which particularly the newspaper media construct asylum seekers as threats or problems.

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  • Part 2 book "TOFEL 'BT insider - The super guide" introduce: Speaking for /BT toefl tasks (independent speaking tasks, integrated speaking tasks), writing section (writing section, writing for/'BT toefl tasks), writing for 'BT toefl tasks.

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  • The nineteenth century, now nearing its close, has made an indelible impression upon the history of the world, and never were greater things accomplished with more marvellous rapidity. Every branch of science, without exception, has shared in this progress, and to it the daily accumulating information respecting different parts of the globe has greatly contributed. Regions, previously completely closed, have been, so to speak, simultaneously opened by the energy of explorers, who, like Livingstone, Stanley, and Nordenskiöld, have won immortal renown.

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  • Grammatically speaking , is sentence is a group of word that has a subject and predicate. More importanly, however, a sentence is an expression of an idea. Setencess can by want word long or one word long or one paragraph - long - the only true common elemen is that he listener get information.All sentences in English are constructed he same way.

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  • The Official Guide to the TOEFL® iBT is the leading guide to the most widely accepted English-language proficiency test in the world--the TOEFL test. Written by ETS, the makers of the test, this book includes two real full-length TOEFL tests for practice, as well as explanations of every section of the test and information on what is expected of you for every speaking and writing task. You will learn how to construct your answers and integrate the four skills needed to demonstrate academic English-language proficiency: reading, listening, speaking and writing.

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  • Like English, Korean has different styles of speaking and writing that reflect the genre, the setting, and the audience. A chat in a gym with a friend employs quite different words and constructions than a news report to a national TV audience. This chapter focuses on the use of sentence-final verb endings, whose selection is sensitive to whether the genre is written or spoken, to whether the setting is formal or informal, and to how close the speaker feels to the hearer.

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  • Cocoa Programming is powerful because Daniel Steinberg teaches us the brilliant way Cocoa and Objective C are constructed and commonly used—just what you’d expect from a seasoned, native, local resident. Eric Freeman Author, Head First Design Patterns Over the years, as a programmer experienced in many different languages and paradigms, I’ve come to dread the process of learning new programming languages and technologies.

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  • Homer, in all probability, knew no rules of rhetoric, and was not tortured with the consideration of grammatical construction, and yet his verse will endure through time. If everybody possessed the genius of Homer, rules and cautions in writing would be unnecessary. To-day all men speak, and most men write, but it is observed that those who most closely follow Homer's method of writing without rules are most unlike Homer in the results. The ancient bard was a law unto himself; we need rules for our guidance.

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  • Students are expected to exhibit the Speaking and Listening Skills in both formal and informal settings, adapting their language use accordingly. In particular, students should be able to use formal Standard English when called for in academic and workplace settings. Group and One-to-One: Students are expected to utilize the speaking and listening skills in both groups and one-to-one. The application of these skills may be different in varied settings.

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  • Over the years, the probabilistic method has allowed for the original proof of Johnson and Lindenstrauss to be greatly simplified and sharpened, while at the same time giving conceptually simple randomized algorithms for constructing the embedding [5,6,8]. Roughly speaking, all such algorithms project the input points onto a spherically random hyperplane through the origin. While this is conceptually simple, in practical terms it amounts to multiplying the input matrix A with a dense matrix of real numbers. This can be a non-trivial task in many practical computational environments.

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