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Q: How are your organization skills working for you? What is working? What challenges remain?
A: They are working great so far. I find that reinforcing routine and working on a schedule works best for me. What still needs improvement is my focus. I need to have more focus to get things done.
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when im organizing things ..I plan things out first, be neat and have everything in easy reach, and not hard to find, being very organized not only makes things easier but helps relive some pressure. There will always be challenges but if you stay orginized and work hard it will relive you from some stress
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Describe the seven basic parts of speech usage and the most common ways they are misused.
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Traditional grammar recognizes seven parts of speech: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, and conjunction These are the grammar basics.

Adjective - an adjective modifies or describes a noun or pronoun. It usually answers one of these questions: Which one? What kind of ? How many? Example: an argumentative essay
Adverb - an adverb modifies, qualifies, a verb and usually answers one of these questions: When? Where? How? Why? Under what conditions? To what degree? Example: a well argued essay.
Article - precedes a noun phrase and is either definite (the) or indefinite (a/an) in property. Example: An (indefinite article) argumentative (adjective) essay that is persuasive is the (definite article) the (definite article) writer's mark of success.
Conjunction- a conjunction joins words, phrases, or clauses and indicates the relationship between the elements joined. Example: An essay can be either argumentative or descriptive but not both.
Noun - a noun is an animate or inanimate object or concept. Example: an essay (noun)
Preposition -a pronoun is a word placed before a noun or pronoun to form a phrase modifying another word in the sentence. Example: The road to hell is usually paved with good intentions.
Pronoun- a pronoun is a word used for a noun, and usually substitutes for a specific noun.
Seven common pronouns are:
Personal pronoun (I, me, you, she, her, he, him, it, we, us, you, they, them);
Possessive pronouns( my, mine, your, yours, her, hers, his, its, our, ours, your, yours, their, theirs);
Reflexive pronouns ( myself, yourself, himself, herself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves); Relative pronouns( who, whom, whose, which, that);
Demonstrative pronouns ( this, that, these, those);
Indefinite pronouns (all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, both each either, everybody, everyone, everything, few many neither nobody, none, no one, nothing, one, several some somebody, someone, something)
Reciprocal pronouns ( each other, one another)
Example: When scientific experiments do not work out as expected, they are often considered failures until some other scientist tries them again. Those that work out better the second time around are the one that promise the most rewards.

Verb- a verb is a word indicating action or being. Example: In my argumentative essay, I will (verb) attempt (verb) to persuade (verb) the reader of my point of view
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Examples of the seven basic parts of speech usage and the most common ways they are misused.
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Traditional grammar recognizes seven parts of speech: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, and conjunction These are the grammar basics.

Adjective - an adjective modifies or describes a noun or pronoun. It usually answers one of these questions: Which one? What kind of ? How many? Example: an argumentative essay
Adverb - an adverb modifies, qualifies, a verb and usually answers one of these questions: When? Where? How? Why? Under what conditions? To what degree? Example: a well argued essay.
Article - precedes a noun phrase and is either definite (the) or indefinite (a/an) in property. Example: An (indefinite article) argumentative (adjective) essay that is persuasive is the (definite article) the (definite article) writer's mark of success.
Conjunction- a conjunction joins words, phrases, or clauses and indicates the relationship between the elements joined. Example: An essay can be either argumentative or descriptive but not both.
Noun - a noun is an animate or inanimate object or concept. Example: an essay (noun)
Preposition -a pronoun is a word placed before a noun or pronoun to form a phrase modifying another word in the sentence. Example: The road to hell is usually paved with good intentions.
Pronoun- a pronoun is a word used for a noun, and usually substitutes for a specific noun.
Seven common pronouns are:
Personal pronoun (I, me, you, she, her, he, him, it, we, us, you, they, them);
Possessive pronouns( my, mine, your, yours, her, hers, his, its, our, ours, your, yours, their, theirs);
Reflexive pronouns ( myself, yourself, himself, herself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves); Relative pronouns( who, whom, whose, which, that);
Demonstrative pronouns ( this, that, these, those);
Indefinite pronouns (all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, both each either, everybody, everyone, everything, few many neither nobody, none, no one, nothing, one, several some somebody, someone, something)
Reciprocal pronouns ( each other, one another)
Example: When scientific experiments do not work out as expected, they are often considered failures until some other scientist tries them again. Those that work out better the second time around are the one that promise the most rewards.

Verb- a verb is a word indicating action or being. Example: In my argumentative essay, I will (verb) attempt (verb) to persuade (verb) the reader of my point of view
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what is a Interest-earning checking accounts
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Interest-earning checking accounts don't pay as much interest as certificates of deposits or money-market deposit accounts, but they are convenient ways to keep your money earning interest and quickly available.

Interest-earning checking accounts generally pay interest daily. However, at credit unions, for instance, dividends that are paid on share-draft accounts may be based on the lowest balance during a dividend period, which can be a month or as long as a quarter.

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An interest earning checking account is a type of account a bank offers that will pay you a fixed interest rate on your remaining balances in the checking account at the end of each cycle.
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While most checking account does not earn interest, some banks do have special bank accounts that offers benefits that is a combination of savings and current accounts. Thus an interest earning checking account is a checking account that combines the benefits of checks issuance and interest earning.
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