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GENDER BASED DIFFERENCES IN COMPLIMENTS AND COMPLIMENT RESPONSES IN THE AMERICAN COMEDY TV SERIES UGLY BETTY

GENDER BASED DIFFERENCES IN COMPLIMENTS AND COMPLIMENT RESPONSES IN THE AMERICAN COMEDY TV SERIES UGLY BETTY

This study examines the differences in compliment behavior and compliment response strategies in American English between males and females. The data were collected from the ten episodes in the first season of the American Comedy TVseries “Ugly Betty”. The analysis of 167 compliment exchanges showed that there were significant differences between males and females in giving compliments and using the response strategies. Nevertheless, they still shared some common features. Regarding compliment frequency, females tended to compliment other females more whereas males complimented females far more than they complimented other males. In this research, except for the topic of appearance, there was no significant statistic difference in the choice of others compliment topics between the two genders. It should be noted that male – female interactions complimenting on appearance took the first place. In terms of functions, females used compliments most often to establish, confirm or maintain solidarity while male compliments more often offered admiration. The findings of the differences in response type frequencies from the two groups revealed that there was more likelihood of non agreement than agreement. It might be due to the high frequency of no acknowledgement responses. In the light of these findings, several pedagogical implications were drawn. Most importantly, English foreign language teachers should show the learners how to appropriately compliment and respond in communicative situations.
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

In this experiment2 you will be working with oils prepared from caraway seeds
and spearmint leaves. Each oil has a distinct and characteristic odor, yet carvone is the
major component in both oils It is amazing that the difference in odor is attributable
solely to a difference in chirality of the carvone in the two oils. Due to chirality of odor
receptors in the nose the Rcarvone and Scarvone fit into different receptor sites, hence
different odor. Can you distinguish between the odors? 810% of the population
cannot.3 Some physical data4 are presented below.

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HIDRIA Swirl diffusers, Variable swirl diffusers

HIDRIA SWIRL DIFFUSERS, VARIABLE SWIRL DIFFUSERS

Swirl diffusers are designed for airconditioning of room with floor to ceiling heights from 2,6 to 4m and temperature difference between supply and room air of +10K to 10K. Due to the rotary swirling motion of the air discharge, induction of room air occurs very quickly.
Variable diffusers are designed for rooms with changing thermal loads which require different conditioning (heating, cooling). They are suitable for rooms with floor to ceiling height of up to 10 m and recommended temperature difference between supply and room air +10K and 10K. Required conditioningis achieved by the means of manual or power driven blades adjusting.
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BT UNIT 1 TIENG ANH 11 THI DIEM

BT UNIT 1 TIENG ANH 11 THI DIEM

7. Ms. Ly is in charge of cleaning the floor every day. (has to)……………………………………………………………8. You are not allowed to take photographs in the museum. (mustn't)……………………………………………………………9. It would be a good idea for you to share the housework with yourmother. (ought to)……………………………………………………………10. It is not necessary for Jack to call Ben today. (doesn't have to)………………………………………………………………III. READINGFamily conflictThe generation gap, which refers to a broad difference between onegeneration and another, especially between young people and theirparents, usually leads to numerous conflicts. Such family conflicts canseriously threaten the relationship between parents and children at times.It goes without saying that, however old their children are, parents stillregard them as small kids and keep in mind that their offspring are tooyoung to protect themselves cautiously or have wise choices. Therefore,they tend to make a great attempt to help their children to discover theoutside world. Nevertheless, they forget that as children grow up, they wantto be more independent and develop their own identity by creating theirown opinions, thoughts, styles and values about life.One common issue that drives conflicts is the clothes of teenagers. Whileteens are keen on wearing fashionable clothes which try to catch up withthe youth trends, parents who value traditional clothes believe that thosekinds of attire violate the rules and the norms of the society. It becomesworse when the expensive brand name clothes teens choose seem to bebeyond the financial capacity of parents.Another reason contributing to conflicts is the interest in choosing a career
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BASIC PROGRAMMING (PART 1)

BASIC PROGRAMMING (PART 1)

Basics of Input/OutputThe very first step of getting started with online judge is to understand:••How to read input data?How to output the answer?Input data is read from standard input stream (STDIN) and results are printedto standard outputstream (STDOUT). Most of the questions will deal with eitherintegers or strings.An example C code to read an integer from STDIN and printing it out to STDOUT isshown below.#include int main(){int n;scanf("%d",&n); //read input integer from STDINprintf("%d",n); //print output integer to STDOUTreturn 0;}Sample code snippet to read integer for all other languages are given in the codeeditor below.An example C code to read a string from STDIN and printing it out to STDOUT.#include int main(){char a[100]; //assuming that string size will not exceed 100scanf("%s",a); //read a string in array a
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The need to give international brands a local voice

THE NEED TO GIVE INTERNATIONAL BRANDS A LOCAL VOICE

I. Overview of brands

1.1.Definition of brands

1.2. Benefit of brands

Benefits for manufactures

Benefits for customers

1.3. Difference between international brands and local brands

a. International brands and local brands

b. Differences between international brands and local brands

II. The need to give international brands a local voice

2.1. Reasons for giving international brands a local voice

a. The differences in language, cultural and taste of each country

b. Local voices help company penetrate and expand international market

more easily.

2.2 Benefits of giving international brands a local voice

a. Approach customers more easy and the customer will know to the

brand of them more than

b. Easier to improve clients’ awareness about a company

c. Have more advantages in competing with other companies

III. Difficulties in giving international brands a local voice and some

solutions.

3.1 Difficulties in giving international brands a local voice

3.2 Some solutions.

Conclusion
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02 04 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION U2B

02 04 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION U2B

Module2BA World of MysteryWe all know that numbers are an important partof our lives. Now we are going to learn how totalk about numbers in charts, tables and graphsand how to differentiate the way we expressdecimals, fractions and percentages.First, let’s give numbers their complete names:cardinal numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and soon; ordinal numbers: 1st (first), 2nd (second),3rd (third), 4th (fourth), 67th (sixty-seventh),95th (ninety-fifth) and so on; even numbers: theones that can be divided by 2 such as 2, 4, 6,8, 12; odd numbers: the ones not divisible by 2,such as 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 27.When speaking of hundreds, thousands andmillions, we have to remember that there isa difference between British and AmericanEnglish; for example, in British English youuse the word and between hundreds and tens.Thus, 759 is read: seven hundred andfifty-nine, 425 is read: four hundred andtwenty-five, 1368 is read: one thousand, threehundred and sixty-eight. In American Englishyou don’t use the word and.Another important difference is the word
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IN HAND AND AT HAND

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IN HAND AND AT HAND

Difference between in hand and at handThese expressions are often confused.When you have something in your hand, you are holding it.Have you got anything in your hand?You are hiding something in your hand, aren’t you?The expressions ‘at hand’ andin hand’ have literal meanings.To have something at hand is to have it conveniently near you.I always keep a dictionary at hand.When you are working in the kitchen, you must have a fire extinguisher at hand.When you have small children in the house, you must have a first aid box at hand.The expression ‘to hand’ has a very similar meaning.‘Do you remember how many books we sold last week?’ ‘I’m afraid, I don’t have that information to hand.’ (OR …I don’t have that information at hand.)In handThe phrase ‘in hand’ has several uses. To have something in your hand is to have an extra amount ofsomething. This expression is commonly used to talk about time.I will have no difficulty finishing this project before the deadline as I still have three weeks in hand.A problem / situation in hand is a problem / situation that you are dealing with at the moment.I have got quite a few problems in hand.I have got several offers in hand.To take the situation in hand is to control it.The police couldn’t take the situation in hand.If something is in hand, it is immediately available.We have got thousands of applications in hand.If something goes out of hand, it becomes uncontrollable.Unemployment has gotten out of hand.On / upon your handsWhen you have something on/upon your hands, you have it in possession as an added responsibility.
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ACOUSTIC CONTROL OF MOUSE POINTER

ACOUSTIC CONTROL OF MOUSE POINTER

Acoustic control of mouse pointer. This paper describes the design and implementation of a system for controlling mouse pointer using nonverbal sounds such as whistling and humming. Two control modes have been implemented—an orthogonal mode (where the pointer moves with variable speed either horizontally or vertically at any one time) nd a melodic mode (where the pointer moves with fixed speed in any direction). A preliminary user study with four users indicates that the orthogonal control was easier to operate and that the humming was less tiring for the users than whistling. The developed system may contribute as an inexpensive, alternative pointing device for people with motor disabilities.
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MARKETING QUỐC TẾ KOTLER MM14 TIF21

MARKETING QUỐC TẾ KOTLER MM14 TIF21

shampoos to detergents. It is a market leader in the United States and is planning to tap theimmense potential in the emerging markets. Market research, however, indicates that theBrazilian culture and society are substantially different from their American counterparts. If thecompany wants to target the masses, which of the following options is most likely to succeed?A) A2Z can use a price skimming strategy to increase market share.B) The company's existing strategies in the U.S. will work just as well in Brazil.C) A2Z can introduce smaller "sachets" of shampoos and detergents that are priced lower.D) The company can introduce large family packs of shampoos and soaps even if they are pricedhigher than competitors.E) A2Z can use a predatory pricing strategy to capture the market.Answer: CPage Ref: 600Objective: 3AACSB: Analytic skillsDifficulty: Moderate15) Which of the following causes a difference between marketing in the developed countriesand marketing in the developing countries?A) The cost of production varies substantially between the developed and the developing world.B) The disparity between the rich and the poor in the developing world is reducing.C) There are substantial cultural differences between the developed and the developing world.D) Marketing in developing countries is far more expensive than in the developed world.E) The developing countries have more trade barriers in place than the developed countries.Answer: CPage Ref: 601Objective: 3Difficulty: Easy16) Regional economic integration is defined as the creation of trading agreements between________.A) a firm and its suppliers and distributorsB) firms targeting the same market
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The Visual Dictionary of Fashion Design

THE VISUAL DICTIONARY OF FASHION DESIGN

Welcome to The Visual Dictionary of Fashion Design, a
book that provides textual definitions and visual
explanations for common terms found in the key areas
of fashion design and pertinent entries from the wider
world of fashion.
This volume aims to provide a clear understanding of
the many terms that are often misused or confused,
such as baby doll and basque, or the difference between
calico and damask. As you might expect, The Visual
Dictionary of Fashion Design provides visual
explanations, many of which show garments made by
leading designers, to illustrate the correct usage of
different concepts, such as shoes, hemlines and cuffs.

Welcome to The Visual Dictionary of Fashion Design, a
book that provides textual definitions and visual
explanations for common terms found in the key areas
of fashion design and pertinent entries from the wider
world of fashion.
This volume aims to provide a clear understanding of
the many terms that are often misused or confused,
such as baby doll and basque, or the difference between
calico and damask. As you might expect, The Visual
Dictionary of Fashion Design provides visual
explanations, many of which show garments made by
leading designers, to illustrate the correct usage of
different concepts, such as shoes, hemlines and cuffs.
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Grammar in use intermediate with answers

GRAMMAR IN USE INTERMEDIATE WITH ANSWERS

this book is for students who want help with English grammar. It is written for you to use without a teacher.
The book will be useful for you if you are not sure of the answers to questions like these:
what is the difference between i did and i have done ?
when do we use will for the future?
what is the structure after i wish?
when do we say used to do and when do we say used to doing ?
when do we use the ?
what is the difference between like and as ?
these and many other points of English grammar are explained in the book and there are exercises on each point. Level The book is intended mainly for intermediate students (students who have already studied the basic grammar of English). It concentrates on those structures which intermediate students want to use but which often cause difficulty. Some advantaged students who have problems with grammar will also find the book useful.
The book is nos suitable for elementary learners.
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AMONG VS BETWEEN

AMONG VS BETWEEN

It is also used for items that are part of a group or a plural noun.“Smaller households among Seattle renters mean they aren’t yet in the majority”Seattle Times“High Smoking Rates Continue Among Racial, Ethnic Groups, Despite Overall Decline In US: CDC”International Business TimesSome people also use amongst, a variant of among, which is mostly found in British, Australian, and CanadianEnglish, but has the same use and meaning.“Three new species identified amongst the Tegu lizard family”Science Daily“Religious destinations most favorite amongst travellers this season”Times of IndiaTo master the uses of among and between, try giving your own example for each of the uses we presentedabove. Do you already have sentences in mind? Share them below.Stay on top of your writing! Download our grammar guide from www.englishgrammar.org to stay up-to-date.Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
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WINDOWS POWERSHELL IN ACTION (2007)

WINDOWS POWERSHELL IN ACTION (2007)

thanks to Jeffrey for reviewing the mansucript and for agreeing to write the foreword to the book.Another other major contributor was Jim Truher, my co-conspirator in the PowerShell language design. Yes, it’s our fault.I’d like to thank the rest of PowerShell language team: George Xie, Marcel Ortiz Soto (testdude extraordinaire), and Wei Wu, all of whom contributed enormously to the project. KaushikPushpavanam, one of the original PowerShell team members, gets major props for introducinga unit test framework into the PowerShell development process early and then getting the developers to use it and write tests. This gave us the freedom and agility to listen to customers andincorporate changes throughout the development process. Thanks to Hilal Al-Hilali for knowinghow to ship; he’s a mean man with a theme. Thanks to Charlie Chase for winning. PowerShellteam members Arul Kumaravel and Abhishek Agrawal contributed significantly to the COM andWMI examples in chapter 12. (Arul wrote the COM support, so who could have been better?)Thanks also to all of the reviewers of the manuscript in its many stages of development: JeffreyCopeland, Arul Kumaravel, Rene Gobeyn, Jeffrey Snover, Steve Simmons, Keith Hill, OliverSturm, Thomas Restrepro, Anil Radhakrishna, Alex K. Angelopoulos, David McMahon, CurtChristianson, Anderson Patricio, Jon Skeet, and Robert. W. Anderson. A special thanks to AlexAngelopolous who did the final technical review of the book. I’d also like to thank all of the participants in the Manning Early Access Program. You guys rock! Much appreciation to everyoneat Manning, starting with my publisher Marjan Bace, my editor Michael Stephens, my development editors Betsey Henkels and Jackie Carter, and all the production staff for their hard workand patience with a new author.Finally, I want to thank my friend and mentor David Tillbrook for never being satisfied withthe merely adequate. He has a lot to teach us all.xixabout this bookWindows PowerShell is the next-generation shell and scripting environment created byMicrosoft. It’s intended to fix the weaknesses in existing Windows command-line and scriptingsolutions. The driving force behind its creation was the need to address the problems in automating Windows system management. Windows lacked the ad hoc management capabilities foundin many competing systems. With PowerShell’s comprehensive support for .NET, it now hasbroad application potential beyond the system administration space. PowerShell can be used fortext processing, general scripting, build management, creating test frameworks, and so on.This book is written by one of principal creators of PowerShell. It uses many examples, bothsmall and large, to illustrate the features of the language and its environment and shows how to
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PROBLEM SOLVING TEST PRACTICE TEST 2

PROBLEM SOLVING TEST PRACTICE TEST 2

A Country N had higher average economic growth in the last five years than Country Q B The country economic risk rating is based on the difference between maximum and minimum economic gr[r]

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TÀI LIỆU TEXT BOOK OF MACHINE DESIGN P3 PPTX

TÀI LIỆU TEXT BOOK OF MACHINE DESIGN P3 PPTX

A Textbook of Machine Designby a punch operating at high pressure and speed. The metal flows up along the surface of the punchforming a cup-shaped component. When the punch moves up, compressed air is used to separate thecomponent from the punch. The thickness of the side wall is determined by the amount of clearancebetween the punch and die. The process of impact extrusion is limited to soft and ductile materialssuch as lead, tin, aluminium, zinc and some of their alloys. The various items of daily use such astubes for shaving creams and tooth pastes and such other thin walled products are made by impactextrusion.5. Cold drawing. It is generally employed for bars, rods, wires, etc. The important cold drawingprocesses are as follows:(a) Bar or rod drawing. In bar drawing, the hot drawn bars or rods from the mills are firstpickled, washed and coated to prevent oxidation. A draw bench, is employed for colddrawing. One end of the bar is reduced in diameter by the swaging operation to permit itto enter a drawing die. This end of bar is inserted through the die and gripped by the jawsof the carriage fastened to the chain of the draw bench. The length of bars which can bedrawn is limited by the maximum travel of the carriage, which may be from 15 metres to30 metres. A high surface finish and dimensional accuracy is obtained by cold drawing.The products may be used directly without requiring any machining.(b) Wire drawing. In wire drawing, the rolled bars from the mills are first pickled, washedand coated to prevent oxidation. They are then passed through several dies of decreasingdiameter to provide the desired reduction in size. The dies are usually made of carbidematerials.(c) Tube drawing. The tube drawing is similar to bar drawing and in most cases it isaccomplished with the use of a draw bench.6. Cold bending. The bars, wires, tubes, structural shapes and sheet metal may be bent to manyshapes in cold condition through dies. A little consideration will show that when the metal is bendbeyond the elastic limit, the inside of the bend will be under compression while the outside will beunder tension. The stretching of the metal on the outside makes the stock thinner. Usually, a flat strip
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INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ECONOMICS FINANCE VOLUME 30 ISSUE 2014

INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ECONOMICS FINANCE VOLUME 30 ISSUE 2014

This paper proposes a simple multiindustry trade model with search frictions in the labor
market. Unimpeded access to global financial markets enables capital owners to invest abroad,
thereby fostering unemployment at the extensive industry margin. Whether a country benefits
from foreign direct investments (FDI) in terms of unemployment depends on the respective
countrys netFDI, measured as the difference between in and outward FDI. The link between
FDI and unemployment derived in the model is tested using macroeconomic data for 19 OECD
countries on unemployment, FDI, and labor market institutions. Results support the model in
that netFDI is robustly associated with lower rates of aggregate unemployment.
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GELLNER ERNEST LANGUAGE AND SOLITUDE WITTGENSTEIN MALINOWSKI AND THE HABSBURG DILEMMA

GELLNER ERNEST LANGUAGE AND SOLITUDE WITTGENSTEIN MALINOWSKI AND THE HABSBURG DILEMMA

embedded in the Central European world, from which he himself came,where it was `closely linked to the hurly burly of daily political life andpervaded the sensibility of everyone'.This claim suggests that there is a distinctly personal, even autobiographical aspect to the present work. Its argument proceeds, one mightsay, from exposition to exposure. Gellner ®rst expounds by reporting onthe apparent naturalness and self-evidence of the linkages between thecomponents of these two great complexes of ideas and attitudes and ofthe tension or confrontation between them. He then exposes thatnaturalness and self-evidence as an illusion. The overarching dichotomyin question is a massive but historically contingent construction urgentlyin need of deconstruction. And he makes this argument through amultiply paradoxical interpretation of the thought of his two principaldramatis personae, which in turn provides a commentary upon his ownintellectual choices.Thus Wittgenstein, explicitly assuming these to be the only alternatives, ®rst expressed `the solitude of the transcendental ego,' by giving anaccount of `what the world looks like to a solitary individual re¯ectingon the problem of how his mind, or language can possibly ``mean'', i.e.re¯ect the world'; and then offered a second philosophy, transplanting`the populist idea of the authority of each distinctive culture to theproblem of knowledge', concluding that `mankind lives in culturalcommunities or, in his words, ``forms of life,'' which are self-sustaining,self-legitimating, logically and normatively ®nal'. Wittgenstein did this,Gellner argues, even though he was totally ahistorical and lacked `anysense of the diversity of cultures, and indeed of the very existence ofculture' and, moreover, was uninterested in social and political questions. In short, Gellner's Wittgenstein is a sort of unwitting transmitterof prevailing cultural assumptions, with a `ferocious narrowness ofinterest', whose expression of `the deep dilemma facing the Habsburgworld' was all the more effective because `it was never consciouslythought out and never at the forefront of his attention', expressing thoseassumptions in successive, one-sided philosophies, the later of which
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INTERLUDE: THREAD API

INTERLUDE: THREAD API

This chapter briefly covers the main portions of the thread API. Each part will be explained further in the subsequent chapters, as we show how to use the API. More details can be found in various books and online sources B89, B97, B+96, K+96. We should note that the subsequent chapters introduce the concepts of locks and condition variables more slowly, with many examples; this chapter is thus better used as a reference.
CRUX: HOW TO CREATE AND CONTROL THREADS What interfaces should the OS present for thread creation and control? How should these interfaces be designed to enable ease of use as well as utility?
27.1 Thread Creation
The first thing you have to be able to do to write a multithreaded program is to create new threads, and thus some kind of thread creation interface must exist. In POSIX, it is easy:
Thesecondargument, attr,isusedtospecifyanyattributesthisthread might have. Some examples include setting the stack size or perhaps information about the scheduling priority of the thread. An attribute is initialized with a separate call to pthread attr init(); see the manual page for details. However, in most cases, the defaults will be fine; in this case, we will simply pass the value NULL in. Thethirdargumentisthemostcomplex,butisreallyjustasking: which function should this thread start running in? In C, we call this a function pointer, and this one tells us the following is expected: a function name (start routine), whichispassedasingleargumentoftype void (as indicated in the parentheses after start routine), and which returns a value of type void (i.e., a void pointer). If this routine instead required an integer argument, instead of a void pointer, the declaration would look like this:
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ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN THI MÔN NGỮ PHÁP TIẾNG ANH HAY NGẮN GỌN

ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN THI MÔN NGỮ PHÁP TIẾNG ANH HAY NGẮN GỌN

English requires either the modal verb WILL or the present progressive .For each grammatical tense, there are subcategories called aspects. Aspectrefers to the duration of an event within a particular tense. In other words, theaspect of a tense allows us to describe or understand how an event unfoldsovertime. English has four aspects: simple, progressive , perfect , and perfectprogressive.Question 4.- State different kinds of mood- Use of subjunctive Kinds of mood.- Mood is our concept of relation between the verbal action to conditionsuch as certainly, necessity, obligation or possibility.-There are 3 kinds of moods:1, indicative mood: the form of the verb that is used in interrogative ordeclarative sentence Eg: – she went to the park (positive/ affirmative declarativesentence), she did not go, did she go32, imperative mood: the verb form that is used to give an order or to make arequest– positive imperative: be quiet please! – negative imperative: do not go out.3. subjunctive mood: the verb form that is used to express a wish. It can beclassified into 3 categories: - The mandative: it is necessary that…- The formulate subjunctive: long live HCM– The hypothetical subjunctive: I wish I were you.- Uses of subjunctive: a, the mandative subjunctive mood:* the base form is used to express a wish, a hope or a prayer Eg: – god savequeen* in subordinate “that” clause, when the main clause contains an expressionof recommendation, resolution, demand, suggestion Eg: – it’s necessary that you
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