Transcript: capitalization Capitalize when two or more sentences follow a sentence ending with a colon. Example: I love Jane Smiley's writing: Her book, A Thousand Acres, was beautiful. Also, Moo was clever. i get mixed up with capitalizing were to put it when you have to put it n some proper pronouns and 1. Choose the sentence that has no errors in capitalization. A) Mr. gorsky lived on Elm Street for fifty years. B) Mr. Gorsky lived on Elm Street for fifty years. C) Mr. Gorsky lived on elm street for fifty years. D) none of the above CAPITALIZATION-the use of upper case letters they are mostly used in starting off a sentence Capitalize a proper noun. Example: Golden Gate Bridge ANSWER: A) Mr. gorsky lived on Elm Street for fifty years. B) Mr. Gorsky lived on Elm Street for fifty years. C) Mr. Gorsky lived on elm street for fifty years. D) none of the above Capitalizing when two or more sentences follow a sentence ending with a colon. You also capitalization in names of people(John Doe) the day of the week(Tuesday,Wednesday etc.) for important words in titles( Deal or No Deal) small words like or or and don't need to be capitalized unless they are at the first or last of word of the tittle the reason i don't under stand capitalization is because.....
Transcript: Capitalist elements Conclusion Capitalism Capitalism is the best system for a free nation Capitalism helps raise peoples standards of living Capitalism = Happiness :) Google definition: An economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit. By Charlie Baynard Work Cited Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Economic Growth Privately owned Aimed at making a profit to earn luxuries Higher standards of living Butters, Roger. "Teaching The Benefits Of Capitalism." Hillsdale.edu. Roger B. Butters, n.d. Web 1 Nov. 2012 <www.hillsdale.edu/images/userImages/afolsom/Page_6281/Butters.pdf> Ehrenreich, Barbara. "Selling In Minnesota (2001)" Ideas Across Time: classic and contemporary readings for composition. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008. 318-319. Print Marx, Karl, and Friedrck Engels. "The Communist Manifesto." Ideas Across Time: classic and contemporary readings for composition. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008. 264-273. Print. Pettinger, Tejvan. "Advantages of Capitalism | Economics Blog." Economics Help - Helping to Simplify Economics. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Nov. 2012. <http://www.economicshelp.org/blog/1259/economics/advantages-of-capitalism/>. Singer, Peter. "The Singer Solution to World Poverty (1999)” Ideas Across Time: classic and contemporary readings for composition. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008. 309-313. Print. Misconceptions What is It? Capitalism promotes greed Capitalism doesn't benefit everyone Government control is the key to success Handwork pays off Luxuries are achieved Standards of living raised
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Transcript: Market Overview 2018 & Exclusive Preview of: Pyramid Works Jewellery Quarter, B1 SUBTITLE WHY INVEST IN BIRMINGHAM Topic INTRODUCTION TO THE UK’S SECOND CITY 2nd largest metropolitan region in UK (9th largest in Europe) West Midlands Region West Midlands Region 1.2m (2nd largest in UK), with over 1/3 of residents aged 25 or under The youngest major city in Europe & the most culturally diverse Population Economy GVA of £26.2 billion & One of the UK’s fastest growing economies Broad business base, high levels of innovation and entrepreneurship Economy Education Advantageous position at the heart of UK’s road and rail networks 800+ acres of parks & green space 56km of Canals (more than any other city in the world) Geography Geography Topic BIRMINGHAM A BRIEF HISTORY “a city of a thousand trades” – Anonymous “the first manufacturing town in the world” – Arthur Young, 1971 Proud history as an industrial & manufacturing city with a reputation for innovation & enterprise 2nd largest metropolitan region in UK (9th largest in Europe) West Midlands Region 17th & 18th Century 1.2m (2nd largest in UK), with over 1/3 of residents aged 25 or under The youngest major city in Europe & the most culturally diverse Population 19th & 20th Century GVA of £26.2 billion & One of the UK’s fastest growing economies Broad business base, high levels of innovation and entrepreneurship Economy 21st Century
Transcript: Fortitude Oct-2020 Chp Briggs Introduction Introduction Fear gets a bad rap. But fear can improve our performance, reveal dangers, and show us what we value most. By engaging and reflecting on our fears, we can develop the virtue of FORTITUDE. Small Group Discussion Discussion Led by Cadet NCO Lesson and Discussion Lesson Fortitude = The ability to face our fears effectively What are some things that we should be afraid of? Which fears might motivate us to live according to the Core Values? Fortitude = NOT the absence of fear (“recklessness”), but also not an excess of fear (“cowardice”) Risk Management (ORM) = anticipating harm ("fear!") Fortitude is about fearing the right things in the right way at the right time. Fear arises from love: we fear what is harmful to things we love, value, or cherish. If you want to know what you love or value, as yourself, “Of what am I afraid?” Small Group Discussion Topic 4 Some common fears: Fear of driving Fear of public speaking Fear of taking tests “Fear of missing out” (FOMO) Summary Summary Fear is not the enemy. In moments of great danger, fear can be your friend. It can help you fight harder, run faster, and react more quickly. Fear can save your life. Even when danger is not immediate, fear can help you avoid unnecessary risks and even reveal what is most important to you. Quote You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, “I have lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.” You must do the thing you think you cannot do. - Eleanor Roosevelt Quote One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn't do. - Henry Ford Quote Don’t let the fear of striking out hold you back - Babe Ruth
Transcript: Brand- a name, term, sign, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers. Brand- Intangible sum of a product's attributes, its name, packaging, and price, its history, its reputation, and the way its advertised. -David Ogilvy It is not just a name or just a logo, or a business card, or website, and not controlled by consumers Our Definition Brand Thank you for your attention! What a brand is not
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