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KPDS Ders Notları 100%

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE ..................................................................................................................................... ... PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE ............................................................................................................................ ... SIMPLE PAST TENSE...........................................................................................................................................

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Cosmos Outside Space Field Theory by Supriya Ghosh 98%

), Collage - Raiganj moses University Collage , University of North Bengal, GODs Equation by Supriya Ghosh MBA ( MM ,SYSTEM ) , Institute of Modern Manage- V = VISHNU / VISHNI ment , Kolkata V outer space = Integration Time = 0 to Time tense to Working Place - Dealing Clerk , District Primary School infinity f ( limit dimension tense to infinity f ( v ) ) d ( f Council, Uttar Dinajpur , West Bengal , India (v) ) Family - Spouse - Mithila Ghosh Debnath , Master of where f (v) = Integration Time = 0 to Time tense to inMusic ,University of Calcutta finity f ( limit dimension tense to infinity f ( Dimension ) Daughter - Rajashri Ghosh Father – Nitendra Nath Ghosh ) d ( f ( Dimension ) ) , Retd.Govt.

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Pāḷi 96%

nominative and accusative cases  Conjugation of Verbs - Present Tense Active Voice 3rd person LESSON II  Declension of Nouns Ending in -a;

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1- قواعد الافعال-min 95%

.Present Tense ( .Past Tense ( .Future Tense ( :

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NikaskanSyntax-121515 95%

Syntax    Word Order:  Word order in Nikaskan is subject, object, verb (SOV), but the case system allows for some  freedom for nonconfigurationality. The language tends to be head­initial, and is pro­drop. For  example, noun modifiers like adjectives follow the noun that they accompany, but demonstrative  particles always appear before the noun. Adverbs can follow or precede the main verb, and can  take almost any position in a clause; however, in standard speech and prose adverbs usually  follow the verb.    Copulae​ :  Nikaskan has a zero­copula construction system for identifying, naming, or describing noun  phrases. The copula subject is always in the nominative case, and in the present tense the copula  predicate is always in the accusative case. For example:   átilon háčár  hole­nom.sg.in bottomless­acc.sg.in  The hole is bottomless    It should be noted that this zero­copula construction is only used for the purposes listed above.  Constructions of location, position, or accompaniment that would use the English verb ​ to be  along with any preposition do not function with a zero­copula in Nikaskan. For example, it is not  grammatical to say ​ átilon jákom​  to mean ​ the hole is in the sand​ . In these cases, a separate verb  is used, the equivalents of ​ to sit, to stand, ​ or ​ to lie​ .    The future and past tenses also utilize this zero­copula. In the absence of a verb, tense is shown  through the case of the copula predicate. In the future tense, the predicate is in the dative case,  while, in the past tense, it appears in the nominative. In the past tense, when the predicate is an  adjective and the subject is a noun with at least one other adjective already modifying it, the  predicate is fronted to disambiguate. In other situations it follows the subject. For example:  átilon háčáron the hole was bottomless  šántiton átilon háčáron the bottomless hole was dark  átilon hačarí the hole will be bottomless  átilon hačaron šántití the bottomless hole will be dark    The distal tense does not follow this same pattern of syntactical constructions. In the distal tense,  and ​ only​  in the distal tense, there is a verb copula used for describing, identifying, naming, or  attribution. This distal copula is the most irregular verb in Nikaskan, and its forms are:      Singular  Plural  1st Person    nol  makrá  2nd Person    nas  nektá  3rd Person  Animate  eprá  eppais  3rd Person  Inanimate  eppú  eppútá    Nol​  acts as a transitive verb, meaning the subject is marked nominative and the predicate is  marked accusative. The verb also breaks regularity by always preceding the copula predicate.  This is the only time that Nikaskan syntax requires SVO word order. For example:  úkkepám eprá abrákit  sun­nom.sg.an be.3s.an.dist bright­acc.sg.an  The sun was bright long ago​  / ​ The sun will be bright in the distant future 

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3025 w08 er 91%

Accurate use of tense and verbs was an issue this year.

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tmp 17909-lista-verbos-ingles-658122575 85%

= ed abándon d abéis ed abásh d abrívieit d ábdikeit ed abjór i abáid = ed abórd − ed abólish d abómineit ed abórt ed abáund d abréid d absólf = ed absórf i abstéin − d abiús ≡ ed aksépt ed akléim d akláimatai = ied acómpani − d akúmiuleit ≡ d akiús − ed akuáint ≡ ed ákt − d áctiveit = ed adápt ≡ ed ád ≡ ed adrés i adyódg = ed adjóst − ed admínister = d admáior ≡ dup admít ≡ ed adópt = d adór ed adórn d ádiuleit d adjúlterei − d advertáis = d adváis ≡ ed aféct = ed afórd d agrévieit ≡ d agrí ≡ ed éim ≡ ed alárm ≡ ed aláo ed alói d alúd = ed áltor d álterkeit − d álterneit d amortáiz d ámpiuteit d amiús = d ánalaiz d ánimeit ≡ d anáuns ed anói ≡ ed ánser d antisíd present tense abandon abase abash abbreviate abdicate abhor abide aboard abolish abominate abort abound abrade absolve absorb abstain abuse accept acclaim acclimatize accompany accumulate accuse acquaint act activate adapt add address adjudge adjust administer admire admit adopt adore adorn adulate adulterate advertise advise affect afford aggravate agree aim alarm allow alloy allude alter altercate alternate amortize amputate amuse analyse animate announce annoy answer antecede © 2012 neoparaiso.com/imprimir past tense abandoned abased abashed abbreviated abdicated abhored abode | abided aboarded abolished abominated aborted abounded abraded absolved absorbed abstained abused accepted acclaimed acclimatized accompanied accumulated accused acquainted acted activated adapted added addressed adjudged adjusted administered admired admitted adopted adored adorned adulated adulterated advertised advised affected afforded aggravated agreed aimed alarmed allowed alloyed alluded altered altercated alternated amortized amputated amused analysed animated announced annoyed answered anteceded past participle abandoned abased abashed abbreviated abdicated abhored abode aboarded abolished abominated aborted abounded abraded absolved absorbed abtained abused accepted acclaimed acclimatized accompanied accumulated accused acquainted acted activated adapted added addressed adjudge adjusted administered admired admitted adopted adored adorned adulated adulterated advertised advised affected afforded aggravated agreed aimed alarmed allowed alloyed alluded altered altercated alternated amortized amputated amused analysed animated announced annoyed answered anteceded spanish abandonar humillar avergonzar abreviar abdicar aborrecer soportar abordar abolir aborrecer abortar abundar raspar absolver absorber abstenerse abusar aceptar aclamar aclimatarse acompañar acumular acusar familiarisarse actuar activar adaptar sumar | añadir dirigir juzgar adjustar administrar admirar admitir adoptar adorar adornar adular adulterar anunciar aconsejar afectar costear agravar acordar apuntar alarmar permitir mezclar aludir alterar altercar alternar amortizar amputar entretener analizar animar anunciar fastidiar constestar anteceder Versión 2012-03-19 -2freq type pronun.

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3025 w09 er 85%

Accurate use of tense and verbs was again an issue this year.

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3015 s13 ms 11 84%

3 Tenses Accept either PERFECT or PAST HISTORIC as the narrative tense, where this is appropriate.

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3015 s13 ms 12 84%

3 Tenses Accept either PERFECT or PAST HISTORIC as the narrative tense, where this is appropriate.

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Spanish 83%

Present Tense Present Participle (happen-ing) ar:

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1123 w14 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w14 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s14 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s14 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w13 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s15 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s15 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w13 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w12 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w12 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s13 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 s13 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w11 ms 11 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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1123 w11 ms 12 83%

• Occasional slips in verb forms or tense formation, but sequence consistent and clear throughout.

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