Trial and error. C. Which approach was effective? Why? Trial and error was more effective because I have learned instead of getting up hours earlier to get myself and my hillier ready I will prepare everything the night before such as their clothes and diaper bags and the things that we need to take with us. D. What were some obstacles or barriers you faced In solving the problem?
Some obstacles I have faced was being late to appointments and forgetting certain things that was very important. 2. You have received several Job offers from different companies and must decide which Job to accept. All Jobs are the same position with the same duties, but vary In salary, benefits, company size, and distance from your home. Using the additive decision making model, outline the process you would go through to determine which Job is best for you.
Explain why. I would choose Job #4 because it has the shortest distance and a decent salary plus the medical insurance is fully paid by the Job. You also get 15 days paid vacation each year. I think it is the best amount of pay for the amount of miles traveled and medical Insurance being paid for by them. I also look at the size of the company. I would rather work with a small amount of people than a large amount. Job #1 salary: $35,000
Benefits: medical insurance paid; 5 days paid vacation each year; free lunch every day Company size: medium (200-500 employees) Distance from home: 20 miles job #2 salary: $38,500 size: large (10,000+ employees) Distance from home: 35 miles bob #3 Benefits: medical insurance partially paid; work from home 3 days per week; 5 days paid vacation each year Company size: medium employees) Distance from home: 15 miles Job #4 salary: $34,000 Benefits: medical insurance paid; 15 days paid vacation each year Company size: small (1-199 employees) Distance from home: 10 miles
Components of Language Define the following terms in your own words and provide an example of each. 1 . Phonemes - any of the perceptually distinct units of sound in a specified language that distinguish one word from another. Example: p, b, d and t in the English words pad, Pat, bad, and bat. 2. Morphemes - the smallest meaningful unit in the grammar of a language. Example: Unladylike consists of three morphemes. Not , lady = (well behaved) female, like = having the characteristics of. 3. Grammar - the study of how words and their component parts combine to form ententes.
Example: English tenses, clauses and other grammar points. 4. Syntax - the study of rules whereby words or other elements of sentence structure are combined to form grammatical sentences. Examples: Syntax in Declarative Sentences: People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for. Syntax in Exclamatory Sentences: I cannot believe it! Reading and writing actually paid off. Syntax in Imperative Sentences: Open your books to page 394. Syntax in Interrogative Sentences: Is it really possible to tell someone else what one feels?