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Financial Statements

Financial Statements

Financial Statements. By John C. Kelly. Discussion Question. How do you measure your personal financial condition?. Net Worth. Cash + investments + property Minus Bills + loans + mortgages Equals Your Net Worth. Discussion Question. How much of your net worth is usable?.

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Confusing Words

Confusing Words

Confusing Words. …not so confusing any more. Between/Among. A person or object can physically be between only two other people or objects. If more than two people or objects are present, that person or object is among them Example:

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Confusing Verbs

Confusing Verbs

Confusing Verbs. Sit means “to be seated” or “to rest” past tense = sat there is not a direct object. Set means “to put something down” past tense = set there is a direct object. Sit and Set. DO. Example: I need to sit and rest. Example: Please set the plates on the table.

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Confusing Words

Confusing Words

Confusing Words. COM 303 Editing Brian Carroll. Who vs. Whom. Who Substitutes for the subject Example: Who let the dogs out? Whom Substitutes for objective pronouns (him, her) Example: Whom did he question? And serves as the object of a preposition

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Confusing Words

Confusing Words

Confusing Words. Can you identify the problems in these sentences?. I’m excited wear going to the beach! My sister where’s the strangest sweaters! Their going to win the race! You’re dog is very cute. Your going to go the movies tonight?. Corrections:. I’m excited we’re going to the beach!

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Confusing Words

Confusing Words

Can you identify the problems in these sentences?. I\'m excited wear going to the beach!My sister where\'s the strangest sweaters!Their going to win the race!You\'re dog is very cute.Your going to go the movies tonight?. Corrections:. I\'m excited we\'re going to the beach!My sister wears the strang

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Confusing Facts

Confusing Facts

Confusing Facts. 46 chromosomes in human cells 23 pairs Above metaphase cells showing replicated sister chromatids joined at centromere When in X formation they are sister chromatids , only found during M phase otherwise Found as single chromosomes in cells but two copies of each.

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Confusing Words

Confusing Words

Confusing Words. Maths and English Team CPD 2014 Donna Ross. Homophones. Words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Same. Sound. Homo. Phone. Homophones. Over 7700 homophones in the English Language ( http:// wiki.answers.com ). Spellcheck.

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Confusing CBC Birds

Confusing CBC Birds

Confusing CBC Birds. (Potentially). Which Titmouse?. Black-crested Titmouse. Tufted Titmouse. Hybrid. Yellowlegs. Lesser Yellowlegs. Greater Yellowlegs. Direct Comparison. Finches. House Finch. Purple Finch. ?. Accipeters. Cooper’s Hawk. Sharp-shinned Hawk. Wrens. Winter Wren.

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Confusing Irregular Verbs

Confusing Irregular Verbs

Confusing Irregular Verbs. Review. What is a regular verb? What is an irregular verb?. Lie vs. Lay. Definitions: LIE= LAY=. to rest or recline. to place or put. (has) lain. (is) lying. lay. (is) laying. (has) laid. laid. Notice this? T he past form of lie

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Bellringers Confusing Words

Bellringers Confusing Words

Bellringers Confusing Words. Homonyms . Monday , Feb. 17 . 1. affect (verb)- to act upon or impact 2. effect (noun, verb)- 1. Produced by a cause 2. To cause 3. t here- (adverb) in or at that place 4. their (pronoun)- possessive of they

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