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1º-Complete the sentences with: (Complete with the word or the num
1-I’m not buying it ……………….1..because……………………..it’s too expensive
2-I was lost……………3…so………………………….. I bought a street map
3-We couldn’t get into the factory ……………4…because of………………………….the 
4-They’ve got………2 such……….a lot of money, they don’t know what to do 
5-She didn’t get the job ……4….because of……………
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CHAPTER 12. PERSONALITY

1)Define personality:

An individual’s consistent patterns of feeling, thinking, and behaving.

2)Describe the processes that take place in the conscious, preconscious, and unconscious mind:

Unconscious mind:

·Memories outside awareness/not accessible

Preconscious mind:

·Thoughts just beneath surface

·Voluntary access

Conscious mind:

·Thoughts you are aware of

·Currently processing

3)Define and identify the functions of the id, ego, and superego:

Id:

·Primitive impulses, unconscious

·Pleasure

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asd

In this essay I am going to discuss the development of hierarchical world view and the struggle for authority in Europe. I will show how the periodical imbalances impacted during this period toward the churches, society, and the individuals of Europe. I will provide proof of these imbalances by providing historical and literary examples of writers such as Dante Alighieri, Geoffrey Chaucer, and Erasmus. I will also talk about feudalism’s impact on the people in Europe and how this relates to the Read More

Quimica

Scientific models used to explain why and how atoms form molecules:

  • Lewis dot structure
  • Valence bond theory

Valence bond theory describes a covalent bond as the overlap of half-filled atomic orbitals (each containing a single electron) that yield a pair of electrons shared between the two bonded atoms.             According to valence bond theory, a covalent bond results when two conditions are met: (1) an orbital on one atom overlaps an orbital on a second atom and (2) the single electrons

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chem

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Substances can exist in each of these three states:

– solid

– liquid

– gas

• depending on the temperature and pressure.


The solid state

• Solids have:
• definite shape and definite volume • high density
• small compressibility
• very small thermal expansion

• Solid molecules are packed closely and rigidly together, so that they cannot easily slide past each other (potential energy dominates).


The liquid state

  • Liquids have:
    • indefinite shape and definite volume • high density
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JOJO


6.The functions of body language within communication:

-Definition: As difficult as it is to prise apart the functions of verbal and non-verbal communication, researchers have over the years been able to identify some basic functions of body language within the communication process.

-These functions generally fit within one of several general categories:

+ Regulating:Body language serves the function of pacing and regulating communication. For instance, in a group of people, there are a number of

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