the effects, and that it is hereditary.” Ten random people were asked 10 questions to ascertain if teens drink alcohol most likely for acceptance, the effects, and hereditary. Regarding question # 1 which ask is alcohol the most common drug used by teens; 5 out of 10 people surveyed said yes and 5 said no. The yes woman said “alcohol is the most widely used and abused drug in the United States.” The yes men said “it is the most common because it is easily consumed because of the taste
I can (not) swim now. We could (not) sing last year. Yes / No Question: Can /Could + S + Base Form of Verb Exp: Can you help me? Could we do for you? Short Answers:  Affirmative: Yes, + S + Can / Could Exp: Yes, I can. Yes, we could.  Negative: No, + S + Can’t / Couldn’t Exp: No, she can’t. No, they couldn’t. Wh – Questions: Wh-Word + Can/Could + S + Base Form of Verb Exp: How well can she dance
in English. This survey research involves two types of questions: open-ended and close-ended questions. Some of these questions contain both types in the same time, which allow respondents to write in their own answers and to choose one of several specified answers. For example: I have lived in/visited a foreign country where I had to speak English: * Yes, for ……….day(s) * Yes, for ……….week(s) * Yes, for ………month(s) * Yes, for ………year(s) * No, never
(Slavin, pp. 32-36). The author attempted to test this argument by interviewing four students from different stages of academic development: pre-k, elementary, middle school, and high school. The author asked these four students the same set of five questions to determine if each one’s response would match the appropriate cognitive development stage established by Piaget. The results of the study proved that Piaget’s theory of cognitive development had some flaws as mentioned by Slavin (pg. 37).
Marketing Research MK 386 Prepare the questionnaire outline for a Research Interview about Green Cola and how other Cola consumers view it. What would you ask and how? How many questions? Word count: 500 words Your answers should be sent on the 8th of February, by 18:00, to email@example.com Research interview has more than one methods to follow, so first of all we have to extract the most affected methods that help us in gathering information. Survey has four methods to
El-Abd Abu Aisha Question (1) ARTICLE (39) 1. If it's not concluded in writing the contract can be terminated anytime because it's illegal. 2. Limited: According to law it should be not more than 4 years and it can be renewed. (Refer to article 38). Example: Type of contracts is two. Limited: Like contract (2 years duration) Unlimited: Like direct hire (open end). 3. Not Legal. There should be a written agreement between both parties. 4. There is no issue and it's legal. ARTICLE
Chep- Report Reparations I will be conducting three to five interviews from individuals on reparations of African Americans, some of my questions will be, are they entitled to receive it, why should they receive it, what form should they receive it, and those huge companies like the tobacco industry and others should pay reparations. I will also ask them about the Catholic Church and other nations who participated in the slave trade should they pay. Should they receive money, land or equipment
|You need to speak to a person in the pharmacy. Keep trying until you reach someone. | |When you speak to a pharmacy team member, ASK a question that is related to the pharmacy. Examples: Ask a question about a prescription drug, if you have any refills | |on a prescription, or if they give flu shots and how much they cost.
Complete the conversation. Juan: Hi! My name 1 Juan. 2 2 Alan: You: What’s your surname? your name? Federico! 3 you in the Drama Federico: project? No, 4 not. It’s not my favourite. 3 Alan: You: How old are you? Juan: And you? Yes, I am. It 5 great. My friends 6 4 Alan: You: Are you in a project at school? Federico: in this project too. 7 your project? Juan: Manuela: Juan: Multimedia. Hi
this tense. Let's look at ‘be’ first: Here’s the positive form (positive means a normal sentence, not a negative or a question. This is sometimes called ‘affirmative’): Positive I am you are he is she is it is we are they are Positive Short Form I'm you're he's she's it's we're they're For example: • I’m Scottish. • She’s hungry. • They’re always late. Next, here's the negative. It's very easy. You only add ‘not’: egative I am not you are not he is not she is not it is not we are not they are not