Tuesday, January 14, 2014
apply something to doing something
compare to and with
vowels and consonants
adjectives, adverbs, articles, clauses, pronouns
seek help (not helps) from the instructor.
weighted vs waited
Students have problems with spelling
Shimon Gibson, an American archaeologist who was not involved in the dig, said the find was truly amazing, less because of its Roman origins than for its precious nature.
More than one method IS (not are) used.
Different kind of feedback (no plural form)
commensurate with: equal in measure or extent with sth
attenuate, mitigate, weaken, decrease,
spread, spread, spread
esoteric--understood by only a group of people
illude: to deceive
allude: to mention indirectly
undecamic complex ??
formal members -- formally speaking
this is the same as somthing (a noun); this is same as we did last time (a sentence)
misleading, not "miss leading"
cotton (catn, not corton)
a smattering of Americans and swarms of executives from China,
jury vs jewelry
devin - david
assist in doing sth
impose on you
to reckon with
labatory not labatorial
cash == cache
subsequent 's&b-si-kw&nt <-> sequent
conducive work environment
phone [' fOn]
principal investigator, school principal
inform somebody of doing something
consider of doing something