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the girl felt hopeless and began to cry, but the boy put his arms around her, held her tightly and said, "...and i am one of those fools."

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batang babae ang nadama walang pag-asa at nagsimulang sigaw, ngunit ang boy ilagay ang kanyang armas sa paligid sa kanya, gaganapin ang kanyang mahigpit at sinabi, "... at ako ay isa sa mga mangmang."

Last Update: 2017-02-19
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plan the study schedule of the distance learning programmes: organise discussions with stakeholders to examine the possible duration of school closures and decide whether the distance learning programme should focus on teaching new knowledge or enhance students’ knowledge of prior lessons.

Tagalog

plan the study schedule of the distance learning programmes: planuhin ang iskedyul ng pag-aaral ng mga programa sa distansyang pag-aaral (distance learning): ayusin ang mga talakayan sa mga stakeholder upang suriin ang posibleng tagal ng mga pagsasara ng paaralan at magpasya kung ang programa sa distansyang pag-aaral ay dapat tumuon sa pagtuturo ng bagong kaalaman o pahusayin ang kaalaman ng mga estudyante sa mga naunang aralin.

Last Update: 2020-08-25
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fallacies onthe other hand, a fallacy is a defect in an argument otherthan its having false premises. to detect fallacies, it is required to examine the argument's content. here are some of the usually committed errors in reasoning and thus, coming up with false conclusion and worse, distorting the truth. appeal to pity (argumentum ad misericordiam) . a specific kind of appeal to emotion in which someone tries to win support for an argument or idea by exploiting his or her opponents feelings of pity or guilt. b. appeal to ignorance (argumentum ad ignorantiam) whatever has not been proved false must be true, and vice versa. c. equivocation this is a logical chain of reasoning of a term or a word several times, but giving the particular word a different meaning each time. example: human beings have hands; the clock has hands, he is drinking from the pitcher of water; he is a baseball pitcher d. composition this infers that something is true of the whole from the fact that it is true of some part of the whole. the reverse of this fallacy is division.

Tagalog

apela ng awa

Last Update: 2022-10-15
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