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Synonyme. Verben für Äußerung und Erklärung.
Erinnern Sie sich die Wörter mit ihren Übersetzungen.
1) sagen : erläutern anführen vorbringen
2) denken : glauben Stellung nehmen davon ausgehen
3) bemerken : die Aufmerksamkeit lenken auf eingehen auf
4) informieren : bekannt geben mitteilen darlegen

Created on February 16, 2016 by
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Nina Asaveliuk
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IRREGULAR days of the month in Japanese
days of the month in Japanese irregular ver.
1) ついたち : 1st
2) ふつか : 2nd
3) みっか : 3rd
4) よっか : 4th
5) いつか : 5th

Created on October 09, 2015 by
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Japanese Aid
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Vokabellisten am 23 März

1) ersetzen : to replace
2) die Tätigkeit (en) : activity
3) der Gegenstand (-stände) : object
4) vermeiden - vermied - hat vermieden : to avoid
5) die Bezeihung (en) : relationship

Created on March 21, 2015 by
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Kaya Street
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Spanish Vocab
Spanish vocabulary evolving environmental concerns.
1) el aire puro : pure air
2) el basurero : garbage can
3) la biodiversidad : biodiversity
4) la capa de ozo : ozone layer
5) el clima : climate

Created on February 23, 2015 by
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Kiara Reichstadt
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Spanish 1 Exam


Created on December 09, 2014 by
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Sam Fryling
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Elementary Spanish 1
Vocabulary for clothing, characteristics, clothing, verbs, adjectives, weather, months, color, objects, etc...
1) ¿cómo? : how?; what?
2) ¿dónde? : where?
3) ¿qué? : what?
4) ¿quién? : who?
5) hay : there is/are

Created on December 06, 2014 by
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Katie Axtell
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REVIEW ACTIVITY: Greetings, Numbers, Days, Dates
A set of flash-cards to be used by studednts for self-assessment
1) Greeting before 12.00am : Buenos días
2) Greeting at night : Buenas noches
3) Enquiring about the health of a good friend : ¿Qué tal? ¿Cómo está?
4) Enquiring about the health of a lecturer : ¿Cómo está usted?
5) 14 : catorce

Created on March 14, 2014 by
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Verbena Wilburg
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animals
animals
1) perro : Dog
2) gato : cat
3) vaca : cow
4) toro : bull
5) pollo : chicken

Created on March 08, 2014 by
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Ingrid Cajamarca
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robin thicke and maroon 5 + kendrick lamar

1) federation : group of smaller organizations
2) unanimous : in total agreement
3) uniform : all the same

Created on February 05, 2014 by
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Kaden Kuhn
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wet psy+robin thicke
vocab with kaden
1) Aspire : to have a great ambition or desire
2) Covet : to strongly desire something belonging to another
3) Envy : a feeling of jealousy
4) Inclination : a preference; a tendency to act in a certain way
5) Persevere : to continue trying despite difficulties

Created on November 21, 2013 by
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jared joshua
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spanish location words
lejos: far (from), cerca: near (to), al lado: next (to)
1) al lado : next to
2) cerca : near to
3) debajo : under, underneath
4) delante : in front
5) dentro : inside

Created on October 29, 2013 by
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alfonso bonquiqui
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Elements of Effective Communication

1) Johari Window : A model that explains how self-disclosure varies from relationship to relationship; the model reflects various stages of relational development, degrees of self-awareness, and others’ perceptions.
2) What are the four parts of the Johari Window? : The Open quadrant. The part of yourself that you know and have revealed to another person is the Open quadrant. As a relationship becomes more intimate, the Open quadrant grows larger. • The Blind quadrant. Information that another person knows about you but that you fail to recognize is in your Blind quadrant. For example, your closest friends may be able to tell when you’re attracted to someone even before you acknowledge the attraction yourself. Before someone knows you well, the Blind quadrant is usually small; it grows larger as that person observes more information that’s in your Unknown quadrant. • The Hidden quadrant. Information that you know about yourself, but haven’t shared with another person makes up the Hidden quadrant. Initially fairly large, the Hidden quadrant shrinks and the Open quadrant grows as you disclose more and more. • The Unknown quadrant. Information about yourself that you—as well as other people—have yet to discover or realize makes up the Unknown quadrant. People who aren’t very introspective and who don’t have a very well-developed sense of self have larger Unknown areas than do those who have made a concerted effort to get to know themselves. This quadrant shrinks as you learn more about yourself or as others learn more about you.
3) What are the phases of group interaction? : 1) Orientation- Members get oriented and learn their task. Primary tension can occur.This tension results from the uncertainty and discomfort people experience when they meet for the first time. 2) Conflict- Characterized by increased disagreement (secondary tension); This tension or conflict occurs when there is a struggle for leadership or when group members disagree with one an other. 3) Emergence- The third phase of group interaction, in which conflict or disagreement is managed, decisions are made, and group problems begin to be solved or managed. 4) Reinforcement-The fourth phase of group interaction, in which group members express positive feelings toward one another and toward the group. The group more clearly develops a sense of “we.” In fact, one way you can identify the reinforcement phase is when group members use more collective pronouns (we, us, our) than personal pronouns (I, me, my) to talk about the group.
4) What is the difference between denotative and connotative meaning? : Denotative meaning is the literal meaning of a word. Connotative meaning is the personal and subjective meaning of a word.
5) What is the force field analysis technique? : A method of analyzing a problem or issue by identifying forces that increase the likelihood that the desired goal will occur (driving forces) and forces that decrease the probability that the goal will occur (restraining forces). This technique works best when your group has identified a clear goal and needs to assess what is happening now that would increase the probability that the goal will be achieved.

Created on October 29, 2013 by
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Ellena Navarro
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