World Health Organization (WHO): Confirmation of Participation: Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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World Health Organization (WHO): Record of Achievement: COVID-19: Operational Planning Guidelines and COVID-19 Partners Platform to support country preparedness and response

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Vakra (वक्र) in Hindustani Classical Music

The term "Sapaat (सपाट)" means something that is straight, flat, smooth, linear, not coiled, not twisted, non-curving, or following a straight line. The term "Vakra (वक्र)" means something that is crooked, zigzag, curved, non-linear, not straight, not smooth, coiled, twisted, or not following a straight line. Vakra is the opposite of Sapaat. Sapaat Chalan: Vakra …

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English word order: Subject-Verb-Object (SVO)

Words form meaningful sentences, only if they are placed in a particular order. Sentences comprise of a Subject and a Predicate (verb, object). Different languages follow different word order to make sentences. Word order English equivalent Proportion of languages Example languages SOV “She him loves.” 45% Sanskrit (and all Indian languages), Ancient Greek, Latin, Japanese, …

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Exercise: SVO word order

Exercise 1: Arrange the words in SVO word order: 1) reads Jenny . newspaper the 2) likes . She movies 3) new Paul . venture a begins 4) gift Rebecca a . buys 5) my I car . drive 6) door Jennifer . the opens 7) English . speaks Victoria 8) my I car . …

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Vocabulary: Make sentences

Make sentences with the following words. If you do not know the meaning of any word, kindly look it up in the Cambridge English Dictionary at this link: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ aback abaft abandoned abashed abate abbreviate aberrant abhorrent abide abiding abject ablaze able abnormal abnormally aboard aboriginal abort abortive abounding about above abrasive abrupt abscond absent …

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THE ODYSSEY of Homer, translated by Samuel Butler [1900]

The Odyssey of Homer tr. by Samuel Butler [1900] Title Page Book I Book II Book III Book IV Book V Book VI Book VII Book VIII Book IX Book X Book XI Book XII Book XIII Book XIV Book XV Book XVI Book XVII Book XVIII Book XIX Book XX Book XXI Book XXII …

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