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 What Are Contractions in Writing?

Answer Contractions are shortened forms of pairs of words. For example, "haven't" is a contraction for "have not"; "don't" is a contraction for "do not"; and "I'm" is a contraction for "I am." We use cont... Read More »
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Contractions are intermittent painless uterine contractions that are not true labor pains?

If you are 38 weeks and have been having irregular contractions 10-15 mins apart from 730 last night to 2pm today - part of mucus plug lost but no blood these are painful contractions - is it time?

AnswerYou should call your doctor ASAP!! Good luck and God Bless:)
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How to Teach Fifth-Grade Writing for the North Carolina Writing Test?

The North Carolina Board of Education Department of Public Instruction administers standardized tests to students as they exit grades three through eight and grade ten as part of the Accountability... Read More »
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How do you refer to Facebook and Twitter in writing (newswriting/opinion writing)?

1. If you are intending to share a website then you can paste link of that site in your status and can share it to public or to your friends. Anyone of your friends or the general facebook users wh... Read More »
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