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  1. #11
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
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    افتراضي How to introduce yourself in a presentation.


    first: Your name and company




    Second: your Qualification/ value

    Third: Even if








  2. #12
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
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    افتراضي Dealing with new words


    When you find a new word in a text, think: Can I understand this sentence without the new word.

    Example :

    Journalist must be extrovert and like meeting new people.

    Perhaps you dont understand extrovert.

    Cross out the word.

    Jounalists must be extrovert and like meeting people.

    Can you understand the sentence?






  3. #13
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    الصورة الرمزية كُحل
    الحالة : كُحل غير متواجد حالياً
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 14-09-15
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    MY SMS:

    ذَرَّاتُ رَهْجِ تَكْتُبُ لِلَزِمْنَ #كُحْلَ

    افتراضي رد: How to introduce yourself in a presentation.


    هي مو الطريقة المثالية لكن الحلو فيها انها بسيطة ومافيها تكلف واي واحد يقدر يسويها :.

    الاسم
    والوظيفة
    والشركة

    حلوه

    مشكور على الطرح





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    الحياة دروس والوقت ميزة
    والترافع عن تفاهات البشر شيئ مطلوب
    والله واحد والنبي خير مرسل
    نوره ضياء للكون ولا هو بمحجوب
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    #كُـحـــل
    اللهم إغفر لإمي وأبي
    🍂 🍂 🍂


  4. #14
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
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    افتراضي ِAtoms


    Atoms
    1. Identify which of the three subatomic particles (p+, n, e).
    a. Is the smallest, negative and orbits/spins around the nucleus = e ≈ 0.000543 kg ≈ 0.00091 × 10–27
    b. Is the heaviest and neutral= n ≈ 1.0087 kg ≈ 1.67493 × 10–27
    c. Is positive = p+ ≈ 1.0073 kg ≈ 1.67262 × 10–27
    d. Are in nucleus = {p++ n}

    2. Describe the structure of an atom using the terms ‘protons’, ‘neutrons’ and ‘electrons’.
    Structure: the way a thing is constructed or organized.

    An atom has a nucleus where the mass number exist. The mass is the number of protons and neutrons. Protons are positively charged and that makes the electrons momentum; spin around the nucleus. Electrons are negatively charged and if you remember opposite charges attract each other.
    Electrons: momentum; the negative charge has a force or speed of movement; impetus, as of a physical object or course of events:

    Atomic and Mass numbers
    3. Explain the relationship between the number of protons and electrons in an atom.

    Atom are electrically neutral if they have the equal number of protons (p+) and electrons (e), but if the number of protons (p+) is more than the number of electrons (e) then the atom is positively charged. Negatively charged if the number of electrons (e) exceed the number of protons (p+).





    4. Clarify the following expressions.
    a. atomic number; the equally electrically neutral number of protons (p+) or electrons

    b. (e) in an atom. Z
    c. mass number ; the total number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus of a particular atom A.
    nucleus; the positively charged mass within an atom, composed of neutrons and protons, and possessing most of the mass but occupying only a small fraction of the volume of the atom.


    5. Identify the number of protons, neutrons and electrons that would be found in each of these atoms.
    a. Fe atomic number 26 (e) nucleons = (mass number- atomic number) = (56-26) = 30.
    b. Ni atomic number 28 (e) nucleons = (mass number- atomic number) = (59-28) = 31.


    6. What information will you use to distinguish between atoms of different elements?
    I will use all the information given i.e. the mass number and atomic number.






  5. #15
    عضو نشيط
    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
    الجنـس : ذكـر
    المشاركات : 30
    التقييم : 10
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    افتراضي ِِAsking about new words


    You hear new words everyday. Ask people to explain new words. It helps you to increase your vocabulary.

    Here are some ways to ask:
    What's that?
    What are interests?
    Is improvement the noun from improve?
    What does vote mean?
    You can also repeat the word as a question:
    Elected?






  6. #16
    عضو نشيط
    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
    الجنـس : ذكـر
    المشاركات : 30
    التقييم : 10
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    افتراضي Do I have to read it all?


    Sometimes, you have to read everything in a text. But sometimes onl a few parts are important to you.
    Look at the introduction in a text carefully. Think:

    Which parts do I have to read?

    With internet search results, read the introduction to each result carefully.

    ?Think: Do I have to read this result






  7. #17
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
    الجنـس : ذكـر
    المشاركات : 30
    التقييم : 10
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    افتراضي My Journey of Discovery


    My Journey of Discovery

    Introduction
    My journey of discovery was way too fascinating. It was in a tendency of gaining facts, information, and skills. Gaining knowledge can be hard, but it is fascinating. I always study, memorize, and pronounce them. I assimilate; understand that “without sacrifice there is no victory”.

    Aardvark “ant bear” could be the second word in an Oxford Dictionary, but I don’t have the facts to support my thought. Aardvark is an ant eating mammal from South Africa with a long muzzle; snout and sticky tongue which could extend to 30cm. Aardvark uses claws to dig up the anthill, I mean the ant colony. The word aardvark came from to separate words “aard; earth” and “vark; pig” He slightly looks like a pig.

    Aback is an adverb from the past which indicates something situated to the rear; back. People used to say “I got a bicycle, it is aback our house”. If you add taken before aback “taken aback”, you will have a new meaning. Taken aback means surprised and astonished.

    Abacus is a relic calculating apparatus, it has rows of wires on which beads are slid. Relic means something from the past, a heirloom;: something that belongs to a family for several years.

    21st January 2016
    We all know about adventured journeys of discoveries that made history. Yet only very few people have actually done it. For the first time, “by the way I have never told anyone about this journeys”. It was my wonderful, fascinating thought since grade 7, I had a desire to read, to read the whole dictionary! I thought if I read it all I will know the secret of the world. I didn’t know how to do it, but now I am 26 years old, grown up and thoughtful and everyday I take five words from each four letters in an Oxford dictionary. Like I said, it is hard, but fascinating. The first four letters were a, b, c and d. “One more thing” Open your eyes and be ready to read, because I wish to take you to this wonderful journey.

    A is the first letter of the English alphabet, (“@” at) it indicates cost or rate per unit “@”, in the internet addresses between the user’s name and the domain name: John. Smith@oup.com. A is also an adjective, it is used to introduce an indefinite article; unknown person or thing..

    Aardvark “ant bear” could be the second word in an Oxford Dictionary, but I don’t have the facts to support my thought. Aardvark is an ant eating mammal from South Africa with a long muzzle; snout and sticky tongue which could extend to 30cm. Aardvark uses claws to dig up the anthill, I mean the ant colony. The word aardvark came from to separate words “aard; earth” and “vark; pig” He slightly looks like a pig.

    Aback is an adverb from the past which indicates something situated to the rear; back. People used to say “I got a bicycle, it is aback our house”. If you add taken before aback “taken aback”, you will have a new meaning. Taken aback means surprised and astonished.

    Abacus is a relic calculating apparatus, it has rows of wires on which beads are slid. Relic means something from the past; a heirloom is something that belongs to a family for several years.

    B is the second letter of the English alphabet. B is pronounce like the word be or bee, they all produce a long vowel i sound /I:/. Mean, History, meet and e-mail have an i vowel sound. Extraordinary, astounding haven’t it?
    Baa is a sound of a lamb or sheep. Sounds of people, things and animals are considered to be nouns. Nouns are words that define a person, things, itineraries, and many other things. Baa could be a verb, a verb describe a state or an action. The past tense of baa is baaed and the present participle or gerund is baaing.

    Abandon; leave; desert; jilt; vacate; leave high and dry; cast aside, they all convey; communicate the same meaning. Abandon originated from Old French word “abandoner”. In the word abandon, there is two words “a + bandon”. a is a prefix originated from Old French cultures which originated from Latin prefix “ad” which means “to, at”. Bandon is an Old French word which means “control”. If you could examine the word abandon, you will find an English word “ban” which means prohibit; control.
    We have finished reading the first five words of letter A in the Oxford Dictionary. For the first time in my life, I find myself factually thinking. I am capable of doing it now. Let me try to do the second letter. “I can make it! I can make it!”

    B is the second letter of the English alphabet. B is pronounced like the word be or bee, they all produce a long vowel i sound /I:/. Mean, History, meet and e-mail have an i vowel sound. Extraordinary, astounding haven’t it?
    Baa is a sound of a lamb or sheep. Sounds of people, things and animals are considered to be nouns. Nouns are words that define a person, things, itineraries, and many other things. Baa could be a verb, a verb describe a state or an action. The past tense of baa is baaed and the present participle or gerund is baaing.

    Original Version 1731 (Source :Wikipedia)
    Bah, Bah a black sheep,
    Have you any wool?
    Yes Merry have I,
    Three bags full,
    One for my Master,
    One for my Dame,
    One for Little Boy
    That lives in the lane.


    Modern Version (Source :Wikipedia)
    Baa, baa, black sheep.
    Have you any wool?
    Yes sir! Yes sir!
    Three bags fool;
    One for my master
    And one for the dame,
    And one for the little boy,
    Who lives under the lane.


    Mohamed; Hassan





    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Hassan Mohamed Saleh A ; 16-01-22 الساعة 08:55 PM

  8. #18
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
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    افتراضي Following instructions


    Always read instructions carefully before you start writing. Forms often say:

    Use block capitals = A not a
    Write in black ink only = A not A


    Tick one

    Delete as aplicable





    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Hassan Mohamed Saleh A ; 16-01-23 الساعة 05:00 PM

  9. #19
    عضو نشيط
    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
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    افتراضي Following instructions


    Always read instructions carefully before you start writing. Forms often say:

    Use block capitals = A not a
    Write in black ink only = A not A


    Tick one

    Delete as aplicable








    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة Hassan Mohamed Saleh A ; 16-01-23 الساعة 04:54 PM

  10. #20
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    الحالة : Hassan Mohamed Saleh A غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 145424
    تاريخ التسجيل : 19-01-16
    الجنـس : ذكـر
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    افتراضي Doubled Letters


    In the course, we will learn many spelling rules. but often there is no rule. There is no simple spelling rule for double consonants, like pp, dd, ss, ll


    Example address not adres

    Apply not aply

    full not ful

    You must just learn the spelling

    You cannot double h, j, k, q, v, w, and x

    There is a rule for double vowels ee and oo

    Examples

    ee= long vowel= /i:/ - fourteen, fifteen

    oo= long vowel= /u:/ - soon, too, room

    But sometimes 00= short vowel - book, look

    You cannot double a, i, or u






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