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Jargon flows from an understanding of the communication flow of the speaker making a feature of linguistic/social analysis. a) Perlocutionary b) Locutionary c) Illocutionary
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What is National Curriculum (Vocational) 3?
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Government supported employment services can assist individuals with finding a job. User: Government supported employment services can assist individuals with finding a job True or false
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The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they a. were growing communist powers. b. had alliances with Great Britain and France. c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. d. had an alliance with the United States.
Weegy: The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they C. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. (More)
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Solve this riddle. I am the first on Earth, the second in Heaven, I appear two times in a week, you can only see me once in a year although I am in the middle of the sea, What am I? this riddle is for you.
Weegy: The answer to this riddle is the letter "E". [ The letter E is the first letter in the word 'Earth', second letter in the word 'Heaven', it appears twice in the word 'week' and once in the word 'year'. ] (More)
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What fraction of a vote by the U.S. Congress is needed to override a presidential veto? A. one third B. one half C. two thirds D. three fourths
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Which of the following could be considered an argument for a bill of rights? A. The new U.S. government was not centralized or powerful enough and so needed amendments outlining its power. B. The original Constitution addressed civil liberties. C. A clear list of specific protections was needed to guarantee those rights. D. The theory of reserved powers that was inherent in the constitution implied that any power not written expressly was automatically a ...
Weegy: D. The theory of reserved powers that was inherent in the constitution implied that any power not written expressly was automatically a power reserved for the states. User: Which Amendment states that the rights in the U.S. Constitution are not the only rights that citizens possess? A. the Second Amendment B. the Fourth Amendment C. the Seventh Amendment D. the Ninth Amendment Weegy: D. The Ninth Amendment states that the rights in the U.S. Constitution are not the only rights that citizens possess. User: Which amendment includes freedom of religion and freedom of speech? A. the First Amendment B. the Fourth Amendment C. the Sixth Amendment D. the Eighth Amendment Weegy: A. the First Amendment User: How have past presidents justified taking actions that conflict with the framers' intent? A. by exercising their right to serve as Supreme Court judges B. by allowing state law to override federal law C. by using implied powers D. by passing new amendments to the Constitution Weegy: D. by passing new amendments to the Constitution User: Which Amendment states that all rights not granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution are reserved for the states and the people in them? A. the First Amendment B. the Fifth Amendment C. the Seventh Amendment D. the Tenth Amendment Weegy: Ignore any partisan bickering. Both parties are guilty of stretching how they view the Constitution in hopes of supporting their position. In answer to your question, it is the 10th amendment. You should read the Constitution. [ It is available online at ] (More)
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In all cases where a word ends in a silent e the e is dropped before adding a suffix. (Points : 2) True False
Weegy: The English language is an amalgam of many different linguistic origins, but with regard to vocabulary, [ Latin and Greek are indeed ubiquitous (Latin word right there!). Greek roots like those you mention have arrived in modern English through a variety of ways. "Phil", used either as a prefix (philosophy) or a suffix (bibliophile), from the Greek word meaning love, also passed through into Latin. For example Latin "philosophia" (love of wisdom) and "theophilus" (one beloved by God). "-logy" also came through Latin, sometimes directly, sometimes through Old French. It is from the Greek "logos" that can mean word, discourse, theory, or study, as we use it today. For example Latin "philologus" (one who loves learning, a scholar) and "theologus"(one who studies God, a theologian). "-phone" is a bit of a different story. Many words that we use today that end in "-phone" come directly from the Greek word "phone" meaning voice or sound. This is because they have been directly named by someone. When a scientist or scholar of any type makes a new discovery and needs a new word to describe it, he often goes back to Greek or Latin roots to derive this new word. For example, Thomas Edison invented the "phonograph"(phone + graphos; something that writes sound). There were obviously no telephones in ancient Greece, but they were named that after their invention many centuries later, coming from Greek "teleos" meaning "from afar" and -phone, so literally it means "voice from afar." Homophone was formed from the Greek "homos"(same) + -phone, meaning "same sound." (That's not to say all uses of "phone" in English were artificially constructed. For example "symphony" contains the root of "phone" in it, coming from Latin "symphonia", which in turn came from Greek 'syn' + 'phone', meaning "sounds working together.") ] User: In most instances, drop the silent e if the suffix starts with a vowel. (Points : 2) True False Weegy: In most instances, ... (More)
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Mr. Ryan went to the Market with his Dog.. He rode on a horse to the Market, Yet Walked... What is the Name of the Dog that went to the Market??
Weegy: Yet is the name of Mr. Ryan's dog. [smile] (More)
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answer this 7 letters word: _ M _ A _ k _ clue: 1. Girls love it. 2. Boys use it. 3. Parents hate it. you are brilliant if you say the answer within today..... reply me fast as much as you can you can send this to your friends to get the answer. . . your time starts now
Weegy: 7 letters word: _ M _ A _ k _ clue: 1. Girls love it. 2. Boys use it. 3. Parents hate it. EMBARKS is the word I can think of using the letters that you have given. Are you sure this is an English word? (More)
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The Platt Amendment gave the United States the right to intervene in the affairs of A. Mexico. B. Panama. C. All of Latin America. D. Cuba.
Weegy: I believe the answer is C) Cuba [smile] Do you have another question I can help you with? User: Missionaries landed in New Zealand in 1814 to convert the Aborigines to Christianity. A. True B. False Weegy: Missionaries landed in New Zealand in 1814 to convert the Aborigines to Christianity. A. True User: Why was the Ottoman Empire considered such a valuable ally? A. It was extremely wealthy. B. It offered to give up territory for military support. C. It had a powerful navy. D. It controlled Russian supply routes. Weegy: B. It offered to give up territory for military support is the answer User: One way nationalism increased tensions in pre-war Europe was that Germans A. believed that they were the leaders of all Slavic people. B. were growing less and less interested in acquiring overseas colonies. C. were bitter about their 1871 defeat in the Franco-Prussian war. D. were proud of their new empire’s military power and industrial leadership. (More)
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Why do amphibians live near water? A. to prevent drying out and as a food source B. to prevent drying out and to lay their eggs C. to prevent dring out and to have water D. to prevent drying out and to be close to flora for protection
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The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they a. were growing communist powers. b. had alliances with Great Britain and France. c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. d. had an alliance with the United States.
Weegy: The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they Answer: c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. (More)
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What are the chances of getting employed as a social-worker locally or globally.
Weegy: The growing demand for recognition of the international dimension of social work has increased in recent years, and the need for international social work education guidelines has increased cor- respondingly. [ Forces behind this include the current globalization in the world (bringing in- creased interest in global and international content in the social work curriculum), increasing numbers of social work programs offering a wide range of international content. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:aVHoQAk5GmYJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.cswe.org/File.aspx?id%3D31429+employed+as+a+social-worker+locally+or+globally.&hl=hu&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgb4j3TMQEuS2guMHDSt4ZdLA3RhGK3WpfP2_6njKj51dj8JmvPw0SYlvAh9W3LkbnlXT49ifvzM-zpgJ4sbcAB9hLhx0BGfbqTTKB5bY4L7FyVL0YRB8uoVbKvl1vyjvt7KSYX&sig=AHIEtbSNvbtn1mJMRtbtK4x5yTVjKC4YNg ] (More)
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What are the 2 negative social environment impact of marikana strike
Weegy: The loss in output to the Rustenburg and Madibeng (Brits) economies will be higher as their economies are strongly influenced by platinum mining. [ Rustenburg?s loss will range between 0.9% and 1.3% of the 2011 output, [ whereas Madibeng will experience and even greater loss in PGM production (between 5.5% and 8.1%) of 2011 output. The impact of the mining strikes in the Bojanala region will not have immediate catastrophic results for the economy of Rustenburg; as it is one of the largest city economies in South Africa and thus can handle a few years of negative platinum output. However, in the long run, because of an undiversified economy in the region the result could be similar to that of the Welkom and western Gauteng areas after the gold mining output declined. Madibeng on the other hand has a more diversified economy than Rustenburg, but 80% of its PGM production is reliant on Lonmin?s operations and its economy is much smaller than that of Rustenburg............. ] ] (More)
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To find out why people do what they do, sociologists look at ______________, the corners in life that people occupy because of where they are located in a society. (Points : 2) social imperative social location stratification levels social class differences
Weegy: To find out why people do what they do, sociologists look at social location, the corners in life that people occupy because of where they are located in a society. (More)
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if you feel a strong or hostility toward something you can be described as experiencing ? a. apathy , B. pathology ,c . empathy , d. antipathy
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In which one of the following sentences is the apostrophe used correctly? A. It's up to you to decide what to do. B. I put the letter back into it's file. C. The cat licked it's paws while the dog watched. D. The train began it's journey across country.
Weegy: In which one of the following sentences is the apostrophe used correctly? A. It's up to you to decide what to do. (More)
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A symbol is something to which people attach meaning and that they then use to communicate with one another. (Points : 2) True False
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Jargon flows from an understanding of the communication flow of the speaker making a feature of linguistic/social analysis. a) Perlocutionary b) Locutionary c) Illocutionary
Weegy: Jargon flows from an understanding of the communication flow of the speaker making a feature of linguistic/social analysis. Answer: c) Illocutionary (More)
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What is National Curriculum (Vocational) 3?
Weegy: The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. [ It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject. ] (More)
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Government supported employment services can assist individuals with finding a job. User: Government supported employment services can assist individuals with finding a job True or false
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The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they a. were growing communist powers. b. had alliances with Great Britain and France. c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. d. had an alliance with the United States.
Weegy: The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they C. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. (More)
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Solve this riddle. I am the first on Earth, the second in Heaven, I appear two times in a week, you can only see me once in a year although I am in the middle of the sea, What am I? this riddle is for you.
Weegy: The answer to this riddle is the letter "E". [ The letter E is the first letter in the word 'Earth', second letter in the word 'Heaven', it appears twice in the word 'week' and once in the word 'year'. ] (More)
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What fraction of a vote by the U.S. Congress is needed to override a presidential veto? A. one third B. one half C. two thirds D. three fourths
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Which of the following could be considered an argument for a bill of rights? A. The new U.S. government was not centralized or powerful enough and so needed amendments outlining its power. B. The original Constitution addressed civil liberties. C. A clear list of specific protections was needed to guarantee those rights. D. The theory of reserved powers that was inherent in the constitution implied that any power not written expressly was automatically a ...
Weegy: D. The theory of reserved powers that was inherent in the constitution implied that any power not written expressly was automatically a power reserved for the states. User: Which Amendment states that the rights in the U.S. Constitution are not the only rights that citizens possess? A. the Second Amendment B. the Fourth Amendment C. the Seventh Amendment D. the Ninth Amendment Weegy: D. The Ninth Amendment states that the rights in the U.S. Constitution are not the only rights that citizens possess. User: Which amendment includes freedom of religion and freedom of speech? A. the First Amendment B. the Fourth Amendment C. the Sixth Amendment D. the Eighth Amendment Weegy: A. the First Amendment User: How have past presidents justified taking actions that conflict with the framers' intent? A. by exercising their right to serve as Supreme Court judges B. by allowing state law to override federal law C. by using implied powers D. by passing new amendments to the Constitution Weegy: D. by passing new amendments to the Constitution User: Which Amendment states that all rights not granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution are reserved for the states and the people in them? A. the First Amendment B. the Fifth Amendment C. the Seventh Amendment D. the Tenth Amendment Weegy: Ignore any partisan bickering. Both parties are guilty of stretching how they view the Constitution in hopes of supporting their position. In answer to your question, it is the 10th amendment. You should read the Constitution. [ It is available online at ] (More)
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In all cases where a word ends in a silent e the e is dropped before adding a suffix. (Points : 2) True False
Weegy: The English language is an amalgam of many different linguistic origins, but with regard to vocabulary, [ Latin and Greek are indeed ubiquitous (Latin word right there!). Greek roots like those you mention have arrived in modern English through a variety of ways. "Phil", used either as a prefix (philosophy) or a suffix (bibliophile), from the Greek word meaning love, also passed through into Latin. For example Latin "philosophia" (love of wisdom) and "theophilus" (one beloved by God). "-logy" also came through Latin, sometimes directly, sometimes through Old French. It is from the Greek "logos" that can mean word, discourse, theory, or study, as we use it today. For example Latin "philologus" (one who loves learning, a scholar) and "theologus"(one who studies God, a theologian). "-phone" is a bit of a different story. Many words that we use today that end in "-phone" come directly from the Greek word "phone" meaning voice or sound. This is because they have been directly named by someone. When a scientist or scholar of any type makes a new discovery and needs a new word to describe it, he often goes back to Greek or Latin roots to derive this new word. For example, Thomas Edison invented the "phonograph"(phone + graphos; something that writes sound). There were obviously no telephones in ancient Greece, but they were named that after their invention many centuries later, coming from Greek "teleos" meaning "from afar" and -phone, so literally it means "voice from afar." Homophone was formed from the Greek "homos"(same) + -phone, meaning "same sound." (That's not to say all uses of "phone" in English were artificially constructed. For example "symphony" contains the root of "phone" in it, coming from Latin "symphonia", which in turn came from Greek 'syn' + 'phone', meaning "sounds working together.") ] User: In most instances, drop the silent e if the suffix starts with a vowel. (Points : 2) True False Weegy: In most instances, ... (More)
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Mr. Ryan went to the Market with his Dog.. He rode on a horse to the Market, Yet Walked... What is the Name of the Dog that went to the Market??
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answer this 7 letters word: _ M _ A _ k _ clue: 1. Girls love it. 2. Boys use it. 3. Parents hate it. you are brilliant if you say the answer within today..... reply me fast as much as you can you can send this to your friends to get the answer. . . your time starts now
Weegy: 7 letters word: _ M _ A _ k _ clue: 1. Girls love it. 2. Boys use it. 3. Parents hate it. EMBARKS is the word I can think of using the letters that you have given. Are you sure this is an English word? (More)
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The Platt Amendment gave the United States the right to intervene in the affairs of A. Mexico. B. Panama. C. All of Latin America. D. Cuba.
Weegy: I believe the answer is C) Cuba [smile] Do you have another question I can help you with? User: Missionaries landed in New Zealand in 1814 to convert the Aborigines to Christianity. A. True B. False Weegy: Missionaries landed in New Zealand in 1814 to convert the Aborigines to Christianity. A. True User: Why was the Ottoman Empire considered such a valuable ally? A. It was extremely wealthy. B. It offered to give up territory for military support. C. It had a powerful navy. D. It controlled Russian supply routes. Weegy: B. It offered to give up territory for military support is the answer User: One way nationalism increased tensions in pre-war Europe was that Germans A. believed that they were the leaders of all Slavic people. B. were growing less and less interested in acquiring overseas colonies. C. were bitter about their 1871 defeat in the Franco-Prussian war. D. were proud of their new empire’s military power and industrial leadership. (More)
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Why do amphibians live near water? A. to prevent drying out and as a food source B. to prevent drying out and to lay their eggs C. to prevent dring out and to have water D. to prevent drying out and to be close to flora for protection
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The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they a. were growing communist powers. b. had alliances with Great Britain and France. c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. d. had an alliance with the United States.
Weegy: The conquest of Norway and Denmark was important to Germany because they Answer: c. provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. (More)
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What are the chances of getting employed as a social-worker locally or globally.
Weegy: The growing demand for recognition of the international dimension of social work has increased in recent years, and the need for international social work education guidelines has increased cor- respondingly. [ Forces behind this include the current globalization in the world (bringing in- creased interest in global and international content in the social work curriculum), increasing numbers of social work programs offering a wide range of international content. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:aVHoQAk5GmYJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.cswe.org/File.aspx?id%3D31429+employed+as+a+social-worker+locally+or+globally.&hl=hu&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgb4j3TMQEuS2guMHDSt4ZdLA3RhGK3WpfP2_6njKj51dj8JmvPw0SYlvAh9W3LkbnlXT49ifvzM-zpgJ4sbcAB9hLhx0BGfbqTTKB5bY4L7FyVL0YRB8uoVbKvl1vyjvt7KSYX&sig=AHIEtbSNvbtn1mJMRtbtK4x5yTVjKC4YNg ] (More)
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What are the 2 negative social environment impact of marikana strike
Weegy: The loss in output to the Rustenburg and Madibeng (Brits) economies will be higher as their economies are strongly influenced by platinum mining. [ Rustenburg?s loss will range between 0.9% and 1.3% of the 2011 output, [ whereas Madibeng will experience and even greater loss in PGM production (between 5.5% and 8.1%) of 2011 output. The impact of the mining strikes in the Bojanala region will not have immediate catastrophic results for the economy of Rustenburg; as it is one of the largest city economies in South Africa and thus can handle a few years of negative platinum output. However, in the long run, because of an undiversified economy in the region the result could be similar to that of the Welkom and western Gauteng areas after the gold mining output declined. Madibeng on the other hand has a more diversified economy than Rustenburg, but 80% of its PGM production is reliant on Lonmin?s operations and its economy is much smaller than that of Rustenburg............. ] ] (More)
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To find out why people do what they do, sociologists look at ______________, the corners in life that people occupy because of where they are located in a society. (Points : 2) social imperative social location stratification levels social class differences
Weegy: To find out why people do what they do, sociologists look at social location, the corners in life that people occupy because of where they are located in a society. (More)
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if you feel a strong or hostility toward something you can be described as experiencing ? a. apathy , B. pathology ,c . empathy , d. antipathy
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In which one of the following sentences is the apostrophe used correctly? A. It's up to you to decide what to do. B. I put the letter back into it's file. C. The cat licked it's paws while the dog watched. D. The train began it's journey across country.
Weegy: In which one of the following sentences is the apostrophe used correctly? A. It's up to you to decide what to do. (More)
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A symbol is something to which people attach meaning and that they then use to communicate with one another. (Points : 2) True False
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