CHINESE LESSON 16-PART 2: PAGE 134-136
PART E TRANSLATION OF SENTENCES.
PART F LIST THREE LINES THAT YOU COULD USE IF YOU NEED TO END A PHONE
CONVERSATION WITHOUT HURTING THE OTHER PERSONS FEELINGS.
1. My boyfriend is calling
A Switch Genealogy
19th Century. Mechanical turn switch: This
device provides a model for the operation of
the electronic switches used in modern com-
puters. Activated by a simple twisting motion,
this basic switch goes into the on position when
1. Keyword Encoding
idea: substitute a frequently used word with a single character
example: as (^), the (~), and (+), that ($), etc.
- these characters can't be part of the text
- frequently use
Homework 2 - (Glade Manual, Chapter 2)
Naming Data Ranges
default approach write formulas involving cell references, e.g. =B2*C2
alternative: give meaningful name to an entire range of cells, then write a
formula involving these names, e.g. =Price_Each*
Representing Numeric data Ch. 3.2
positive numbers are represented by their corresponding natural numbers
negative numbers are represented as (very) large natural numbers
subtraction reduces to addition
Data and computers Ch. 3.1
everything inside a computer is stored as patterns of 0s and 1s.
numbers, text, audio, video, images, graphics, etc.
how do you convert it to 0s and 1s.
how do you store the 0s and 1s efficiently.
Intermediate Modern Standard Chinese AP/CH 2000 6.0
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:30 2:30pm; MC 211
Course Director : Dr. Gang PAN,
Office: R S502, Office Hours: Wednesda
Test 4 Format
Focusing on Lesson 18 Dialogue 2 to Lesson 20 Dialogue 2, AND general grammatical structures.
1. listening comprehension. 5%.
2. multiple choice questions regarding grammatical points 10%.
3. complete sentences by filling in the blanks with
Welcome to .
Computer Use: Fundamentals
How I learned to stop
love the computer
CSE 1520 - Computer Use: Fundamentals
Instructor John Hofbauer
Office 2016-LAS (formerly CSEB)
E-mail [email protected]
Office hours see course we
Duration of an action
Pattern 1: subject do thing do (for) duration:
S do thing do duration
When the verb doesnt carry an object, this pattern
becomes S do duration, as shown in the second example.
Pattern 2: Subject do du
Duplication of adj. to denote a tone
Pattern: XX X
(i) (zhng) (mn) (chu)
( ) ( )
Note: 1. not all disyllabic adjectives can be duplicated in this
way. You have to pick them in a case by case way. 2. verb AB
Subject Havent done an action for a
Subject Havent done an action for a duration:
subject have duration not do thing le
S duration v thing
cho ji, quarrel
S ( ) / do thing
is used at the end of a sentence to give the
statement or question a tone of certainty or call
attention to it. A: interrogate over a concerned topic;
B: The action is in progress; is also used after a
topic to: C: form a short pause right after mentio
Using to carry descriptive
Xiaozhang writing character and writing character
makes (gets) her happy.
Xiaozhang is happily writing characters.
Xiaoli plays basketball well. not a particular
adj. can also lead to carry other ad
indicates that an action is coming
toward the speaker; indicates that an
action is going away from the speaker.
As verbs, , . In this
lesson, we will learn 7 motion verbs in
combination with or . Here or
serves as relational complement.
The particle le at the end of a clause
adds a degree of comment to the
reporting of events or the description of a
state of affairs. In that way, le can be
understood as so it happened and it has
consequences or effects on the situation.
1. to the extr
CHEM 3011: Chemical Kinetics
Reactants R transform to products P
and [P ]
until equilibrium is reached
1. How fast are reactions?
t1/2: anywhere between 1014 s and 1010 years!
2. How do reactants concentrations change
CHEM 3011: Physical Chemistry
Chemical Kinetics, Fall 2015
Here is a list of conceptual problems (Q) and numerical problems (P) from end-of-chapter in
Engel and Reid Thermodynamics, Statistical Thermodynamics & Kinetics (TSK), 3rd Edition.