ingles

1. Nicky is thinking of giving up her job.               ok 
2. Do you believe in God?                                      no
3. I’m feeling hungry. Is there anything to eat?     ok
4. This sauce is great. It’s tastes really good.         no
5. I think this is your key. Am I right?                    no

You don’t seem very happy today. 
What are you doing? Be quiet! I’m thinking.
Who does this umbrella belong to? I have no idea.
The dinner smells good.
Excuse
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irregular verbs

Irregular verbs

be                              was/were                        been                 

become                      became                          become

begin                         began                             begun

break                         broke                              broken

bring                         brought                   

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Chapter 3

1. What are the 4 view of  ethics ?

- Individualism View

- Moral Rights View

- Justice View

- Utilitarian View

2. What is the difference between cultural relativism and universalism ?

Cultural Relativism

–>Is it ethical in cultural context ?

–>Yes ..then OK

—>there is no one right way to behave

—>ethical behavior  always determined by cultural context

—>  so long as local laws/customs followed, child labour is OK

Universalism

–> Not ethical in Canada ? –

–>No ..

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essay

BEAUTY PAGEANTS: ¿A CASE OF CHILD ABUSE?

      With the rapid advance of social media in recent times, false stereotypes of beauty have become even more important. The Childs are exposed prematurely to receive a lot of information that they are not prepared to manage. Especially for girls the situation is not encouraging due to the attempts to constitute a woman at a short age. A lot of beauty pageants are now being created to promote girls as models, that situation has caused a big controversy

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gramatica

PRESENT SIMPLE






I/You/ We / They play

He/She/It plays

I/You/We/They do not play

He/She/It does not play

Do I/You/We/They play?

Does He/She/It play?


·Facts and states

·Habits and repeated actions

·Stative verbs

PRESENT CONTINUOUS






I am playing

He/She/It is playing

We/You/They are playing

I am not playing

He/She/It is not playing

We/You/They are not playing

Am I playing?

Is He/She/It playing?

Are We/You/They playing?


·Actions happening now

·Temporary situations

·Future arrangements

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE






I/You/We/They

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3 y 4

Active & passive forms

We form the passive voice with be + past participle. We use be in the same tense that we would use in the active sentence.

(active) Consumers buy many products online.

(passive) Many products are bought online by consumers. Form The present simple passive is formed as follows:

Affirmative / Negative / Question

I

You / We / They

He/She/It

am (‘m)

are (‘re)

is (‘s)

past participle

I

You / We / They

He/She/It

am not (‘m not)

are not (aren’t)

is not (isn’t)

past participle

Am

Are

Is

I

you

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