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ADJECTIVES IN BBC ARTICLES ON VACCINATION TITLE IN LATVIAN

ADJECTIVES IN BBC ARTICLES ON VACCINATION TITLE IN LATVIAN ANOTĀCIJA ABSTRACT CONTENTS Introduction 6 1.Essence and characteristic of adjectives 7 1.1. Adjective as word class 7 1.2. Classification and functions of adjectives 10 2. Analysis of BBC articles on vaccination 14 2.1. General analysis of chosen texts 14 2.2. Analysis

English as a global language (prezentācija un runa pielikumā)

Slide 1. Good afternoon. In this short presentation, I want to draw your attention to theme: English as a global language Slide 2. In the modern information society, communication is one of the most important types of human activity and largely determines the vector of its development. The rapid scientific

Ieskaite angļu valodā 02142204 (Gatavs darbs pielikumā)

Task 1 Read the text and do the exercises given after the text! The Disease of Being Busy I saw a dear friend a few days ago. I stopped by to ask her how she was doing, how her family was. She looked up, voice lowered, and just whimpered: “I’m

R1TV_anglu_val 13022021 (Gatavs darbs pielikumā)

Exercise 1 Read the article. Choose from the sentences or phrases (A- K) the one that best fits each gap to complete the text. There is one extra sentence you do not need to use. A so thunderstorms contain an enormous amount of energy. B This is because light travels

Common Law vs. Civil Law – what is the difference?

There are certain levels of differences that could be found between civil law and common law. First of all these are the two systems that stem from completely different sources of law, secondly these are the legislative basis on which certain countries base their legislation, thirdly these are two different

Financial Management, final exam: UPS case.

Final exam: UPS case What are the strengths and weaknesses of scenario planning? Scenario planning is an approach that has become popular because it offers more than pure forecasting basing on the input data, and does more than just integrate assumptions into possible outcomes. Though this approach has been widely

Innovation Management and New Media Home Exam (PART 2)

PART 2 – COOLBURST CASE What do you think about CoolBurst? What are the company’s problems? What needs to be done? How could creativity help to improve the performance? What are the restrictions for creativity and innovativeness at CoolBurst? What are the strengths and weaknesses of CoolBurst? Is it possible

Innovation Management and New Media Home Exam. (Part 1)

PART 1 – NAPSTER CASE What are the reasons for Napster’s early success? Why wasn’t Napster successful after achieving such fast growth? What could Napster have done to be a more sustainable success? Question 1 A radical innovation in terms of music format appeared on the market. MP3 format audio

International Service Management – Case study Should Ice

What is the bundle of benefits purchased by the consumer? In other words, what is the Shouldice value proposition? In what ways is Shouldice’s offering different from other hospitals? The customers are turning to this particular hospital to purchase medical services in this case hernia operations, the customer are very

Direct effect of directives? (Case Frankovich)

Directives by definition are legislatives acts issued by the European Union and are binding for all member states, however the main characteristic of a directive is that the EU does not oblige members states to pursue some prescribed pattern to implement a directive, but leaves each member state with freedom

Exam. KM. 20012204

SECTION 1 – UNDERSTANDING OF CONCEPTS The literature distinguishes between two major types of knowledge – tacit and implicit. It is said that explicit knowledge is the one that can be transferred from one individual to another either systematically (though manuals, instructions, etc) or formally (through communication). Whereas tacit knowledge

International Service Management – Case study Jyske Bank

What is Jyske Bank’s new positioning competitive differentiating strategy? Jyske Bank has taken a new approach to customers and their asset management. The approach to customer management stems from Jyske Bank’s differences policy which dictates how the bank should approach resolving customer problems, managing their accounts and in general how

Wine Case

Written Assignment Strategic directions in simulation game for Table of Contents Acknowledgements 3 1. Introduction 4 2. Acquisition target – Bel Vino 5 2.1. Negotiation strategy 5 2.1.1. Benefits for Bel Vino 5 2.1.2. Benefits for International Beverages 5 2.1.3. Threats for International Beverages and Bel Vino 6 2.2. Operations

Exam. Questions 1 – 7 (part: Understanding of concepts)

Questions 1 – 7 (part : Understanding of concepts) There are two types of knowledge : explicit knowledge, this is ideas and knowledge that can be expressed in words and numbers and shared in the form of data, scientific formulae, product specifications, manuals, universal principles, and so forth. This kind

Case 2 – CoolBurst

Case 2 – CoolBurst What do you think about CoolBurst? What are the company’s problems? What needs to be done? The company named CoolBurst is one of the vending machine providers that serves clients as schools, cafeterias and other institutions, the company has taken a very narrow niche on the

IDEO Case 03

IDEO Case Q1: For each of the mini-cases, identify the management issue(s), research methodology and solution. Amtrak Management issue: How to enhance the customer experience when using train services. The main idea of the management is to introduce improvements to the overall design on the train car (namely armchairs) –

Case – IDEO

For each of the mini-cases, identify the management issue(s), research methodology and solution Mini case 1 – Amtrak Management issue Amtrak is a provider of passenger rail transportation services, being in this business the main profits primarily come from ticket sales, the management of Amtrak therefore is highly concerned with

Valmiermuiža

Table of contents How a company organizes to support innovation 3 Core processes that add value 3 Offering 4 Making money 5 Enterprise structure 5 Value chain 5 PESTEL Analysis 7 Political 7 Economical 7 Social 7 Technical 7 Environmental 7 Legal 7 SWOT analysis 9 Strengths 9 Weaknesses 9

Mobilly

Table of contents Introduction 3 Company background 4 7 p’s analysis 4 Porter’s Diamond 8 Factor Conditions 8 Home Demand Conditions 9 Related and Supporting Industries 9 Firm Strategy, Structure, and Rivalry 10 SWOT analysis in light of expansion to Poland 11 CAGE Framework (Latvia – Poland) 13 Cultural Distance

Mid-Term Project (Texts)

Table of Contents 1. “Don’ts” and “Do’s” 3 Presentation 6 2. Strategies that fit emerging markets 11 The challenge of emerging markets 11 Institutional context as a framework of country assessment 11 Expansion options 11 Change the institutional context 12 Stay away – If adapting your business model is impractical,

Cross-cultural tools

Table of contents Case 1 3 High-Low Context 3 Lewis Model 3 John Mole’s Model 3 Hofstede 4 Case 2 6 High-Low Context 6 Lewis Model 6 John Mole’s Model 6 Hofstede 7 Case 3 8 High-Low Context 8 Lewis Model 8 John Mole’s Model 8 Hofstede 9 Case 4

Aerodium

Table of contents How a company organizes to support innovation 3 Core processes that add value 3 Offering 4 Servicing customers 4 Making money 5 Enterprise structure 5 Value chain 5 PESTEL Analysis 7 Political 7 Economical 7 Social 7 Technical 7 Environmental 7 Legal 8 SWOT analysis 9 Strengths

Case – DisneyLand

Hong Kong Disneyland (HKD) had mechanisms in place to adapt to local Hong Kong culture, yet these means appeared to be ineffective. Why? What areas, in terms of cultural adaptation, still need further improvement? Using Professor Brannen’s concept of recontextualizing strategic assets (see case Exhibit 2), do you think Disney’s

Jaguar. QUESTIONS.

QUESTION #1 Consider Jaguar’s exchange rate exposure. To which currencies is Jaguar exposed? What are the sources of these exposures? How would the company be affected by a 25% decline in the value of the dollar? In order to determine to which currencies was Jaguar exposed to it is necessary

Understanding of Concepts

Understanding of Concepts What are two major types of knowledge? Give an example to each one. There are two kinds of knowledge. One is explicit knowledge, which can be expressed in words and numbers and shared in the form of data, scientific formulae, product specifications, manuals, universal principles, and so

English Test. 17012223 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Young people’s health. Write a composition (about 250 words) describing 3 factors that affect young people’s health and physical fitness. Explain why these factors are important and add your suggestions about how to keep fit and healthy. To stay healthy while young is not that different from when

English Test. 17012222 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Fill in the blank with the adverb which corresponds to the adjective given in brackets. Examples: a. The letter was ________ legible. (scarce) The letter was scarcely legible. b. He did the work as _________ as possible. (careful) He did the work as carefully as possible.   1.

English Test. 17012221 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.Prepositions with verbs. Supply appropriate prepositions to complete the sentences Jim usually complains about everything. Our neighbours complained to us about the noise we made last night. You were very rude to Tom. Don’t you think you should apologize to him? Are you going to apologize for what you

English Test. 17012220 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.Fill in the blank with the negative prefixes (im-, in-, il-, un-, dis-) which correspond to the words given in brackets. a. The children’s room is usually very untidy.( tidy) b. I don’t think so: I disagree with you.(agree) c. I usually unpack the suitcases as soon as we

English Test. 17012219 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Word formation. TOXIC WASTE Domestic waste is one thing; (01) industrial waste is another. Waste from factories may contain such nasty things as compounds of heavy metals and dioxins and PCBS. Nobody, but nobody, wants that (02) cancerous stuff in their own backyard. So what do you do?

English Test. 17012218 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Forming adjectives and adverbs This exercise looks at the most common adjective and adverb endings. Write the correct form of the adjective or adverb of the word in CAPITALS. For questions 5-8 you will need to make TWO changes to the stem word. 1. Be sure to contact

English Test. 17012217 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Forming adjectives and adverbs This exercise looks at the most common adjective and adverb endings. Write the correct form of the adjective or adverb of the word in CAPITALS. For questions 5-8 you will need to make TWO changes to the stem word. 1. Be sure to contact

English Test. 17012216 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.Forming nouns from verbs WHERE ARE THE VERBS? This exercise focuses on people and their jobs using the most common suffixes. Use the word in bold to form the noun which refers to the person who does that job. 1. A person who acts for a living is called

English Test. 17012215 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Reading Why are rainforests important? Rainforests play an invaluable role in sustaining life on Earth. Extending from the colder climates of Alaska and Chile to the tropics of South America, Africa and Asia, rainforests are a natural home for many of the Earth’s plant and animal species. Rainforests

English Test. 17012214 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.WORD FORMATION 1. Don’t dramatize! Nothing bad really happened. (DRAMA) 2. I’m unable to differentiate between these perfumes, they all smell the same. (DIFFERENT) 3. We’ve run out of dental floss so we must remember to buy some. (DENTIST) 4. My grandma died a natural death (DIE) 5. They

English Test. 17012213 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.WORD FORMATION Fill in the blank with the prefixes or suffixes which correspond to the words given in brackets. a. This room is so untidy! Put all your toys away! ( tidy) b. He doesn’t have a job. He’s unemployed (employed) c. I work hard but they pay me

English Test. 17012212 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Word Formation. The doctor diagnosed my illness as a rare ape-like syndrome, taking into consideration my strange facial mimics. (DIAGNOSIS; CONSIDER) 2.The lower salaries would be a slight deviation from the original project.(DEVIATE) 3. It is impossible to please everybody. (PLEASURE) 4. There was no resistance on her

English Test. 17012211 (Finished work attached)

Task 1.WORD FORMATION 1. Chestnut honey provides quick and ……….. relief. (EFFECT) 2. Come rain, wind or shine these snapdragons give a superb display over an ……….. long period. (EXCEPTION) 3. Dreaming of a beautiful home for your ……….. . (RETIRE)? Enjoy lifetime ownership of a luxury home for an ……….. price.(AFFORD)

English Test. 17012210 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Word formation. Fill in the blank with the adverb which corresponds to the adjective given in brackets. Examples: a. The letter was ________ legible. (scarce) The letter was scarcely legible. b. He did the work as _________ as possible. (careful) He did the work as carefully as possible.

Test 17012209 (Finished work attached)

Task 1. Word formation. Fill in the blank with the adverb which corresponds to the adjective given in brackets. Examples: a. He hit the ball ____. (hard) He hit the ball …… b. The newspaper is delivered _____. (daily) The newspaper is delivered …… . c. She did ____ in

Exam in English BK4 (Finished work attached)

Exercise 1 Match the halves of the sentences (1–) to (a–e) from a presentation. 1 The purpose of my talk today is to d 2 As I’m sure you’re all a 3 However, the new offices e 4 Please b 5 The town centre location will c a) aware, the

Eksāmens angļu valodā 12. klasei 2015 (Task 1,2)

Task 1 Letter (15 points) You should spend about 25 minutes on this task. Write between 100 – 120 words. You are studying in the UK. Your local youth centre is offering classes in music, cookery and web design. Write a letter to Mr Hawkins, the director of the youth

Test (English) 151201

TEST TOPIC 3 Exercise 1 Write one word from the box below in each gap to complete the text. You may use some words more than once. with from in as for at ‘My name is Jean Wilson and I have just started working at a bank. I graduated from

Form 12-Test 3.doc (Gatavs darbs pielikumā)

Language Use. (39 points) 1) Fill the gaps in the sentences, using the words given. (10 points) 1. If I (miss) the bus this afternoon. I’ll get a taxi instead. 2. If I (have)enough money, I would have gone with them. 3. You (work) harder if you were better paid.

Angļu valodas programma pirmsskolā

  Interešu izglītības programmas aktualitātes, nepieciešamības pamatojums Angļu valodas nodarbības pirmsskolēniem — 6‒7 gadus veciem bērniem paredzētas, ņemot vērā mūsdienu sabiedrības vitāli svarīgo aktualitāti, proti, vajadzību un nepieciešamību apgūt saskarsmes prasmi multikulturālā sabiedrībā, kuras locekļiem jāmāk paust pašiem savas nacionālās vērtības un saprast un iepazīt cittautu kultūru. Angļu valoda ir

Test 0811 ( Finished work attached)

Grammar Complete the sentences. Use the present simple or present continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Zoe _ _ (watch) her favourite TV programme every Friday. Dan (not wear) his favourite baseball cap today. They say they’re having a good time, but _ (you / believe) them? Ninety percent

Test2_4 (Finished work attached)

Part 1  Record your speech on Human resources management in the company you work for? (approx. 8-10 minutes) You should mention: What is important to ask in job interviews? How are the job interviews constructed? What are other responsibilities of HR department in the company you work for? Task 1.

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