51. She’s getting someone to mend the windows. (Have sth. Done)

- She’s having the windows mended.

52. I thought it would be better than that. (Comparatives)

- It’s not as good as I thought it would be.

53. Mary said to us “Don’t be late.” (Reported Speech)

- She told us not to be late.

54. She made a lot of mistakes because she didn’t study hard for the exam. (Conditionals)

- If she had studied hard for the exam, she wouldn’t have made a lot of mistakes.

55. Her jokes are not as good

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Imperialism is a political doctrine that defends the right of some countries or peoples to rule over others based on cultural, racial and economic superiority of the firsts over the seconds. It took place between 1850 and 1915. At the beginning to the 20th century, the 85% of the Earth surface was dominated by European countries.

Colonialism is imperialism took into practice by establishing colonies over far or nearby territories to exploit them economically.  

  • Metropolis: The

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Q: What are the differences between Economic Growth and Economic Development?

The problems of developed and under developed countries are not same in nature. To discuss and elevate such problems we use the terms Economic Growth and Economic Developed. Though they synonyms each other, they are quite different in meaning in economic literature.

Economic Growth: The increase in real output of goods and services of the economy is called as “Economic Growth”. It indicates only quantitative changes of the

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T.3 (200×240)

T.3: potential output: PN maximum you can achieve in a given period with existente.Es technology which is achieved with the full employment of resources, is called production level of full employment. Actual output: that occurs realmente.Puede be below potential because there is no full utilization of available resources or the allocation of resources is not efficient, although there is full employment. Expectations business: Production decisions are made not based on objective data on future if Read More


What is usability? • “Learnability: How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter the design? • Efficiency: Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks? • Memorability: When users return to the design after a period of not using it, how easily can they reestablish proficiency? • Errors: How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors? • Satisfaction: How pleasant

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