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  • Example sentences using "Programme"

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    2. I’m currently watching a lot of kdramas but my favourite dramas are how to get away with murder which is about a group of law students and their teacher who solve legal cases as well as getting tangled up in a murder and Brooklyn nine nine which is a comedy about a police station in New York :)

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    2. In my opinion the second sentence is just more explicitly worded and perhaps more formal. When you write "assigned a division" you are really implying "assigned to a division". The word "that" can be dropped similarly For example "The movie I saw yesterday was good" Vs "the movie that I saw yesterday was good"

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    2. Ok, so Americans always say program (apparently). In the U.K. we use programme for everything except computer programs. So; "I am really enjoying this TV programme" "The programme for tonight's concert is terrible." "My computer program won't run!!" The last one is unfortunately true for me... Hope this helps!

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    2. Pretty much!

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    2. I am head of the development programme for identification of victims or I am head of the development programme for victim identification.

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    2. ⓫ "Coca-Cola is a mass market product." ⓐ 'mass' ⓬ "A market for a special kind of product that may not have many buyers is a niche market." ⓐ 'luxury market' could also definitely work, however I think ⓓ 'niche market' is the better answer here. ⓭ "...is known as product life cycle." ⓐ 'life cycle' ⓮ I don't see a space for the word in that sentence, but assuming it's just a description: ⓓ 'promotion' ⓯ "The main elements of the marketing campaign..." ⓓ 'campaign' ⓰ I'm not sure what they mean by program here, but I'd guess that it's: ⓐ 'advertising campaign' ⓱ "Some manufacturers were accused of devaluation..." ⓓ 'devaluation' ⓲ "What are the sales figures like?" ⓑ 'what' ⓳ "How can we make sure that our new range is targeted on the right market segment?" ⓑ 'how' ⓴ "market research" ⓐ 'market research'

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    2. 1) Non-verbal communication is a process of sending and receiving information through facial expressions, gestures, poses. 2) Intercultural features are studied at the interdisciplinary level under science as follows: cultural studies, psychology, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, each with its own approaches to education 3) Usually those who are competent in an intercultural communication subject are free from prejudices 4) We always liked watching her facial expressions because it helped us to anticipate what was going to happen next - anger, joy, disappointment. 5) Communication with foreigners is often accompanied by misunderstanding. The reasons for this phenomenon are language and cultural barriers. 6) Many familiar gestures have completely different meanings in other countries and can be considered as rude and disrespectful. 7) Tolerance is about respect, accepting and understanding other cultures and ways of self-expression. 8) He didn’t want anybody to know his lack of awareness of body language. 9) Direct eye contact is a signal of attention, respect, confidence and willingness to communicate. 10) Such international educational programmes help people with different cultural backgrounds to find a job.

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    2. https://docs.google.com/document/d/18VfQofJSBg3o-v6SPP4zu1l6IQC5ID7OW5UClLZgW8A/edit?usp=drivesdk Sorry a lot of editing. The English is good but it's a Motivational Letter so you want it to POP! Let me know once downloaded or copied text. Because I will eventually have to take the shared link offline.

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    2. "So The Eden project consists of 2 giant greenhouses shaped like grapefruit halves, and outdoor area." - 1. If this is the beginning of an explanation, you can just say "The Eden Project...", starting with "so" in what seems to be a formal piece of writing feels unnatural. 2. The capitalisation of words suggests that your topic is on "The Eden". If it is on "The Eden Project", then Project will need to be capitalised as well (ignore if this is not the case :) ). 3. If this is a formal piece of writing, I would avoid using numbers like 2 or 3. If it is a small amount, just use the words themselves (two, three, ten). 4. Is there any reason that the greenhouses are shaped like 'grapefruit halves' as opposed to domes? 5. The comma in "grapefruit halves, and outdoor area" is unnecessary, and it would be "an outdoor area". "These are called biomes." - I think it would be better to link this into your first sentence instead of it being on its own "They recreate the natural environments of 3 differents climates found around the world : The Humid tropical biome who recreates the natural environment of the world’s hottest region like jungles of South America or Africa." 1. "three different climates" 2. No need to capitalise "the" or "humid" unless it's the title of the biome, in which case capitalise all the words in the title of the biome 3. "tropical biome recreates" is fine, "who" is for people 4. If S. America / Africa can be the hottest region, then it will be "world's hottest regions" 5. Try to link the biome list into one sentence if you are going to use a colon, otherwise it looks like you are going to list many things, but you end it at one "We have also The warm Temperate Biome where you can travel to California or South Africa". 1. "We also have" 2. Capitalisation of the biomes "Finally we have the roofless Biome, an open outdoor area with plants from the temperate Cornwall area." 1. Capitalisation of "roofless biome" 2. Personally I would use 'temperate' for areas with more tropical weather, I don't think anyone would describe any part of the UK as temperate :l "It tells the story of plants that have changed the world and which could change your future." 1. Is 'it' the roofless biome, or the Eden Project? 2. "changed the world, and (that) could..." "The ecological ideas are a very important aspect of the project." 1. What ecological ideas? "In addition to the environment programmes, many activities are undertaken in the project area in order to make it function in accordance with sustainable development principles." 1. Are the environment programmes the Eden Project? If I were to attempt to rewrite it... "The Eden Project consists of three biomes; two giant dome greenhouses and an outdoor area. The biomes recreate the natural environments of three climates from around the world. Firstly, the humid Tropical Biome recreates the environments found in the world's hottest regions such as the jungles of South America or Africa. Next, the warm Temperate Biome will replicate California or South Africa. Finally, the Roofless Biome - an open, outdoor area with plants from temperate areas, telling the story of plants that have changed the world and could change the future. The ecological themes are a very important aspect of the project. In addition to the environment programmes, several activities are undertaken in the project area so it can exist in accordance with sustainable development principles." Your piece was written very well, and I enjoyed reading it :).There was the occasional inconsistency with capitalisation, or certain words going missing/being swapped around, but it was still very good. :)

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    2. ‎‎-Irreversible damage to our brains is blamed on not only social networking, but also computer games and "fast-paced tv shows", and TV programmes which end after only a few episodes or are of short duration. -The ease of having screen dialogues any time of the day instead of a face-to-face conversation, can be compared to the convenience of finding animal products on the shelves of supermarkets, thus avoiding the gruesome parts of the production: the killing, the skinning and the butchering of animals. -A teacher who has been teaching for almost 30 years believes that pupils have lost the ability to understand other people. They no longer compare opinions and feelings face-to-face because there is always a device between them. -Maybe the increase of autism diagnoses is due to the knowledge we have now of the disorder or it is linked to the expansion of social media in our lives, but in any case, we should be aware that the second option is something to consider. -Children should not start using a computer until after age 7. Most research exposes how using social devices, especially games, can limit our ability to reason. -Children's brain development is altered by the change of the activity of our brain nowadays. - Most psychologists are not against the use of social networks, but they all agree that young people should be able to have real conversations before using a device and having one online.

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    2. "but also want to get an education" "you'll already have learnt everything" "a great idea is to schedule a time when you will (take some) rest" sounds more natural "By resting, you won't get over-worked and burnt out." "to choose part-time studies" - the only reason I changed this is because I'm not sure how many people have actually heard the word 'extramural' before to understand what you mean here "time dedicated to both of your activities, which will make both your work and study have great results" "choosing part-time studies" - same explanation as above The only other thing I'd say is that you switch from using "one" to "you" in this essay, and I think it'd be better to be consistent in using "you", but this is a massive nitpick and doesn't affect understanding. Otherwise it's really good!

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