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Get My Student Actively Engaged in School

Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:06 AM PST

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{{cleanup|date=2016-03-11}}School is often the most important part of our childhood. How do w get our students involved in school by themselves? Easy you as the parent or guardian must be engaged but not engaged at the same time.
 
{{cleanup|date=2016-03-11}}School is often the most important part of our childhood. How do w get our students involved in school by themselves? Easy you as the parent or guardian must be engaged but not engaged at the same time.
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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==

Create a Web Site for Teenagers

Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:05 AM PST

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To create a Web Site for teenagers can look easy but in reallity is not.To make it more attractive you have to use colors that can be interpreted differentyl but always giving a good mood and than the inside is something that will require a lot of work
 
To create a Web Site for teenagers can look easy but in reallity is not.To make it more attractive you have to use colors that can be interpreted differentyl but always giving a good mood and than the inside is something that will require a lot of work
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Landscape in Urban Areas From Woodland Areas

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When talking about gardening and landscaping, most homeowners think of a huge area on their front or backyard featuring thriving plants and vibrant flowers. However, this is not the case when you are living in an urban area or in the city. The most common reason homeowners cannot create huge gardens or landscapes is due to insufficient space.  
 
When talking about gardening and landscaping, most homeowners think of a huge area on their front or backyard featuring thriving plants and vibrant flowers. However, this is not the case when you are living in an urban area or in the city. The most common reason homeowners cannot create huge gardens or landscapes is due to insufficient space.  
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Speak Hindi

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#*Second person plural: तुम  tum - You  (Informal), आप  aap - You  (Formal)  
 
#*Second person plural: तुम  tum - You  (Informal), आप  aap - You  (Formal)  
 
#**Keep in mind each pronoun is used based on the level of politeness in a conversation. You should use the formal आप aap when you are meeting someone for the first time, talking to an elder or if you wish to show respect to the person whom you are speaking to.
 
#**Keep in mind each pronoun is used based on the level of politeness in a conversation. You should use the formal आप aap when you are meeting someone for the first time, talking to an elder or if you wish to show respect to the person whom you are speaking to.
#**The informal तुम tum is used when you are talking with your friends or close relatives. The informal तू too can be used when you are having an informal or intimate conversation, such as a conversation with your partner or with your young children. Do not use the informal तू too when speaking to a stranger or someone you do not know well, as this is considered as very rude remark.  
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#**The informal तुम thum is used when you are talking with your friends or close relatives. The informal तू too can be used when you are having an informal or intimate conversation, such as a conversation with your partner or with your young children. Do not use the informal तू too when speaking to a stranger or someone you do not know well, as this is considered as very rude remark.  
 
#*Third person singular: यह  yah - He / She/ It / This  
 
#*Third person singular: यह  yah - He / She/ It / This  
 
#*Third person plural: वह  vah - He / She/ It / That  
 
#*Third person plural: वह  vah - He / She/ It / That  
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#**Note that both यह yeh or वह voh could mean either "he" or "she". In Hindi, the third person pronoun is not based on the gender of the person you are talking about. To determine if the person is talking to a "he" or "she", you must consider the context of the sentence.  
 
#**Note that both यह yeh or वह voh could mean either "he" or "she". In Hindi, the third person pronoun is not based on the gender of the person you are talking about. To determine if the person is talking to a "he" or "she", you must consider the context of the sentence.  
 
#Study Hindi verbs. Start by learning Hindi verbs in the infinitive form (in English, "to ___"), as verbs are conjugated in Hindi by removing the infinitive ending and adding other suffixes. Hindi infinitives end in ना naa.<ref>http://www.hindiverbs.com/</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Study Hindi verbs. Start by learning Hindi verbs in the infinitive form (in English, "to ___"), as verbs are conjugated in Hindi by removing the infinitive ending and adding other suffixes. Hindi infinitives end in ना naa.<ref>http://www.hindiverbs.com/</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
#* Examples of Hindi infinitives include: होना honaa - to be; पढ़ना pahrnaa - to read or to study; बोलना bolnaa - to speak; सीखना seekhnaa - to learn; जाना jaanaa - to go.<ref>http://www.learning-hindi.com/post/918920151/lesson-25-an-introduction-to-hindi-verbs</ref>
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#* Examples of Hindi infinitives include: होना honaa - to be; पढ़ना padnaa - to read or to study; बोलना bolnaa - to speak; सीखना seekhnaa - to learn; जाना jaanaa - to go.<ref>http://www.learning-hindi.com/post/918920151/lesson-25-an-introduction-to-hindi-verbs</ref>
 
#Practice conjugating verbs. You must conjugate verbs in Hindi to reflect grammatical categories such as number, gender, tense, and mood.<ref>http://www.hindiverbs.com/tenses.html</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Practice conjugating verbs. You must conjugate verbs in Hindi to reflect grammatical categories such as number, gender, tense, and mood.<ref>http://www.hindiverbs.com/tenses.html</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*For example, the infinitive verb होना honaa- to be, conjugated for number becomes:<ref>http://www.learning-hindi.com/post/899032290/lesson-22-to-be</ref>:
 
#*For example, the infinitive verb होना honaa- to be, conjugated for number becomes:<ref>http://www.learning-hindi.com/post/899032290/lesson-22-to-be</ref>:
#** मैं हूँ main hoon - I am
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#** मैं हूँ main hoon('n' is silent) - I am
#** हम हैं ham hain - We are
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#** हम हैं ham hain('n' is silent) - We are
#** तू है too hai - You are (intimate)
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#** तू है thoo hai - You are (intimate)
#** तुम हो  tum ho -- You are (informal)
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#** तुम हो  thum ho -- You are (informal)
 
#** आप हैं aap hain - You are (formal)
 
#** आप हैं aap hain - You are (formal)
 
#** यह है  yah hai - he/she/this is  
 
#** यह है  yah hai - he/she/this is  
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===Learning Simple Words===
 
===Learning Simple Words===
 
#Practice basic greetings. "Hello" and "Goodbye" are the same word in Hindi, "namaste", pronounced nuh-MUS-stay. Often, you will greet someone with "namaste" at the beginning of a conversation or as a casual greeting when you meet them in passing.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/english_hindi.htm#ixzz3s0eRXL00</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Practice basic greetings. "Hello" and "Goodbye" are the same word in Hindi, "namaste", pronounced nuh-MUS-stay. Often, you will greet someone with "namaste" at the beginning of a conversation or as a casual greeting when you meet them in passing.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/english_hindi.htm#ixzz3s0eRXL00</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
#* "Good morning" in Hindi is "Suprabhaat", and "Good evening" in Hindi is "Shub sundhyaa". "Welcome" in Hindi is "Aapka swaagat hai!"
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#* "Good morning" in Hindi is "Suprabhaat", and "Good evening" in Hindi is "Shub sundhyaa". "Welcome" in Hindi is "Aapka swaagath hai!"
 
#*A pronunciation guide for these words can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD9serDDbY8#t=17.  
 
#*A pronunciation guide for these words can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD9serDDbY8#t=17.  
 
#Study the days of the week. Practice the days of the week to expand your Hindi vocabulary. It can help you to hear the days of the week pronounced by a fluent speaker, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD9serDDbY8#t=17.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/hindi_words.htm#ixzz3s0z0nEfx</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Study the days of the week. Practice the days of the week to expand your Hindi vocabulary. It can help you to hear the days of the week pronounced by a fluent speaker, which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD9serDDbY8#t=17.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/hindi_words.htm#ixzz3s0z0nEfx</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#*Friday: shukRavaaR
 
#*Friday: shukRavaaR
 
#*Saturday: shaneevaaR
 
#*Saturday: shaneevaaR
#*You can also practice saying "yesterday", which is "kal", and today, which is "aaj".
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#*You can also practice saying "yesterday", which is "kal"; today, which is "aaj"; Day, which is "dhin"; Night, which is "raath".
 
#Recite the numbers in Hindi. Another easy to learn list is the numbers 1-20 in Hindi. Learning the numbers can be a good way to expand your vocabulary further and get comfortable with the sounds of Hindi words.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/hindi_numbers.htm</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Recite the numbers in Hindi. Another easy to learn list is the numbers 1-20 in Hindi. Learning the numbers can be a good way to expand your vocabulary further and get comfortable with the sounds of Hindi words.<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/hindi_numbers.htm</ref>[[Image:Speak Hindi Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Zero: shunya/sifer
 
#*Zero: shunya/sifer
 
#*One: eyk
 
#*One: eyk
#*Two: do
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#*Two: dho
#*Three: teen
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#*Three: theen
#*Four: chaa
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#*Four: chaar
 
#*Five: paanch
 
#*Five: paanch
 
#*Six: chey
 
#*Six: chey
#*Seven: saat
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#*Seven: saath
 
#*Eight: aat
 
#*Eight: aat
#*Nine: no
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#*Nine: now
#*Ten:das
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#*Ten:dhas
 
#*Eleven: gyaaRah
 
#*Eleven: gyaaRah
 
#*Twelve: baaRah
 
#*Twelve: baaRah
 
#*Thirteen: teyRah
 
#*Thirteen: teyRah
#*Fourteen: chodah
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#*Fourteen: chowdhah
#*Fifteen: pandRaah
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#*Fifteen: pandhRaah
#*Sixteen: solaah
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#*Sixteen: solah
#*Seventeen: satRah
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#*Seventeen: sathRah
 
#*Eighteen: ataaRaah
 
#*Eighteen: ataaRaah
#*Nineteen: unnis
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#*Nineteen: unnees
 
#*Twenty: bees
 
#*Twenty: bees
 
===Learning Simple Phrases===
 
===Learning Simple Phrases===

Feel Good About Your Life for Tween Girls

Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:04 AM PST

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Feel like your life is good but something is missing. That 1% that just doesn't fell right, if so then this is the article for you.
 
Feel like your life is good but something is missing. That 1% that just doesn't fell right, if so then this is the article for you.
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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==

User_talk:Birthdaywishes

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Improve Your Summer Vacation (For Kids)

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{{stub|date=2015-12-27}}Do you feel like you have some sort a curse when it comes to summer vacation? Well, time to break that curse! Here are a few ways to have the best summer ever!
 
{{stub|date=2015-12-27}}Do you feel like you have some sort a curse when it comes to summer vacation? Well, time to break that curse! Here are a few ways to have the best summer ever!
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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==

Upload a Video from a iPod to Laptop

Posted: 16 Dec 2016 02:03 AM PST

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First wikiHow. Requested by Anonymous. How to Upload a Video from a iPod to Laptop.

== Steps ==
# Gather Equipment. Get...
#* your iPod
#* a laptop
#* iPod charger
# Plug the cable into the laptop approbiatly then plug in the iPod to the other side.
# On your laptop find the drive that your iPod is in and enter it.
# Find the video and drag it to your desktop.

== Warnings ==
* If you remove the cable from one of the devices while the video is transferring, it could potentially break either your system or the iPod.

Birthday wishes

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Patent Nonsense.

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{{speedy|date=2016-12-16}} I am a akshay vaghasiya.i am a college student
  
 
== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==

User:Woohyun31

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User account Woohyun31 was created

User_talk:Birthdaywishes

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If you have any questions as you go, just reach out to our [[wikiHow_talk:Help Team|Help Team]] for a hand, and someone will get back to you soon :)
 
If you have any questions as you go, just reach out to our [[wikiHow_talk:Help Team|Help Team]] for a hand, and someone will get back to you soon :)
 
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Convert Any Video to MP3 via Ffmpeg CLI

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== Steps ==

Improve the Working Efficiency of Briquette Machine

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Briquette machine is the special equipment used to process materials like agricultural and forest wastes into biomass fuel for heating and cooking or feed for poultry. The performance of briquette machine is closely related to the quality of products it produces.
 
Briquette machine is the special equipment used to process materials like agricultural and forest wastes into biomass fuel for heating and cooking or feed for poultry. The performance of briquette machine is closely related to the quality of products it produces.
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== Steps ==

User:Maneetha

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User:KinaM79mejhnvs

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Birthday wishes

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== Steps ==
# Birthday is an extremely extraordinary event to celebrate for everybody. The day brimming with chuckling, cheers, and delight turns out to be all the more cheering with companions and relatives. In this tumultuous routine of day to life it's unrealistic for everybody to be face to face on the bubbly event of a companion's or relative's '''[http://www.birthday-wishes.net.in/happy-birthday-wishes/]happy birthday wishes'''''[[Italic text]]''. In such a circumstance a little and sweet ['''''Place bold text here'''''birthday messages][[http://www.birthday-wishes.net.in/birthday-message/]] welcoming or only a message additionally holds centrality. The individuals who have their birthday love to get presents and wishes from their precious ones be it as a welcome, a basic message on a bit of paper, a desire on the birthday card, or even a '''birthday greetings''''''''Place bold text here''[[http://www.birthday-wishes.net.in/birthday-greetings/]]''' In any shape it specifically touches the heart of the collector as it gives them a sentiment closeness and reinforces the obligation of that predefined relationship. For sending a birthday message a profound thought and thought is required to pick some brilliant and heart-touching words. Words that offer expression to feelings and words that leaves an enduring effect on the heart of the collector. It ought to be to such an extent that even after the exceptional day does, the message and the desire holds as valued recollections perpetually in the heart and brain. Presently the plan lies in picking the best message for your friends and family. There are many sorts and assortments of messages devoted to such bubbly and extraordinary days of one's life. Before picking the correct sort of message it is essential to pick a straightforward and expressive dialect that is effortlessly justifiable. In the event that the individual you are wishing is not knowledgeable with English dialect attempt to utilize straightforward English or a sweet message in Hindi. There are abundant of expressive and noteworthy Hindi messages. Truth be told on occasion Hindi is a more favored decision for articulation of feelings. Contingent upon your disposition and emotions you can choose to compose a long or a short message however remember that whatever you compose ought to have an otherworldly impact. In the event that long messages are simple words then they are unimportant and if short messages are valid, genuine, and from the heart they leave a mysterious effect. In your messages you can either send some quote, some platitude, or some characteristic words from your end. With regards to inventiveness and earnestness, you can compose straightforward words to value that individual and tell the individual how imperative he or she is a major part of your life. Simply remember these little things before sending over any '''birthday wishes friends''' '''''Place bold text here''[[http://www.birthday-wishes.net.in/birthday-wishes-friend/]]'''and family. Furthermore, to your notice you'll feel glad to convey a grin all over with a solitary heart-touching message.
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# Birthday is an extremely extraordinary event to celebrate for everybody. The day brimming with chuckling, cheers, and delight turns out to be all the more cheering with companions and relatives. In this tumultuous routine of day to life it's unrealistic for everybody to be face to face on the bubbly event of a companion's or relative's birthday. In such a circumstance a little and sweet birthday welcoming or only a message additionally holds centrality. The individuals who have their birthday love to get presents and wishes from their precious ones be it as a welcome, a basic message on a bit of paper, a desire on the birthday card, or even a birthday SMS. In any shape it specifically touches the heart of the collector as it gives them a sentiment closeness and reinforces the obligation of that predefined relationship. For sending a birthday message a profound thought and thought is required to pick some brilliant and heart-touching words. Words that offer expression to feelings and words that leaves an enduring effect on the heart of the collector. It ought to be to such an extent that even after the exceptional day does, the message and the desire holds as valued recollections perpetually in the heart and brain. Presently the plan lies in picking the best message for your friends and family. There are many sorts and assortments of messages devoted to such bubbly and extraordinary days of one's life. Before picking the correct sort of message it is essential to pick a straightforward and expressive dialect that is effortlessly justifiable. In the event that the individual you are wishing is not knowledgeable with English dialect attempt to utilize straightforward English or a sweet message in Hindi. There are abundant of expressive and noteworthy Hindi messages. Truth be told on occasion Hindi is a more favored decision for articulation of feelings. Contingent upon your disposition and emotions you can choose to compose a long or a short message however remember that whatever you compose ought to have an otherworldly impact. In the event that long messages are simple words then they are unimportant and if short messages are valid, genuine, and from the heart they leave a mysterious effect. In your messages you can either send some quote, some platitude, or some characteristic words from your end. With regards to inventiveness and earnestness, you can compose straightforward words to value that individual and tell the individual how imperative he or she is a major part of your life. Simply remember these little things before sending over any birthday message to your friends and family. Furthermore, to your notice you'll feel glad to convey a grin all over with a solitary heart-touching message.
# Happy birthday! May your journey through life take you as far as your drive and as close as your loved ones.May you find your birthday as amazing as your birthday finds you.
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# Happy birthday! May your journey through life take you as far as your drive and as close as your loved ones.[/otw_shortcode_quote[otw_shortcode_quote border_style="bordered"]May you find your birthday as amazing as your birthday finds you.
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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
* Happy birthday! May your journey through life take you as far as your drive and as close as your loved ones.[/otw_shortcode_quote[otw_shortcode_quote border_style="bordered"]May you find your birthday as amazing as your birthday finds you.
 
* Happy birthday! May your journey through life take you as far as your drive and as close as your loved ones.[/otw_shortcode_quote[otw_shortcode_quote border_style="bordered"]May you find your birthday as amazing as your birthday finds you.

Birthday wishes

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Understand Canadian Slang

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#Study vocabulary that's unique to Canada. There are many important words that refer to foods and items that are popular among Canadians. If you don't know these words you may have trouble keeping up in a conversation.[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 2 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Study vocabulary that's unique to Canada. There are many important words that refer to foods and items that are popular among Canadians. If you don't know these words you may have trouble keeping up in a conversation.[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 2 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*'''Poutine''' – A delicious French-Canadian dish made from French fries, squeaky cheese curds, and gravy. ''This poutine is amazing!''
 
#*'''Poutine''' – A delicious French-Canadian dish made from French fries, squeaky cheese curds, and gravy. ''This poutine is amazing!''
#*'''Double-double''' – A phrase that's said when ordering a coffee with two creams and two sugars, usually at a Tim Hortons. ''I could really use a double-double right now.''
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#*'''Double-double''' – A phrase that's said when ordering a coffee with two creams and two sugars. ''I could really use a double-double right now.''
 
#*'''Loonie'''– A Canadian one-dollar coin that has a loon on it. ''Can you lend me a loonie?''
 
#*'''Loonie'''– A Canadian one-dollar coin that has a loon on it. ''Can you lend me a loonie?''
 
#*'''Back-bacon''' –  Known in America as "Canadian bacon"or thinly sliced and cured strips of ham.<ref> https://blog.tedactive.com/2013/04/24/20-canadian-slang-words-you-should-memorize/</ref> ''I eat eggs and back-bacon for breakfast every day.''
 
#*'''Back-bacon''' –  Known in America as "Canadian bacon"or thinly sliced and cured strips of ham.<ref> https://blog.tedactive.com/2013/04/24/20-canadian-slang-words-you-should-memorize/</ref> ''I eat eggs and back-bacon for breakfast every day.''
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===Learning Regional Slang===
 
===Learning Regional Slang===
 
#Learn the regions of Canada. Canada is a large country with a variety of people. Regional slang can be grouped into a few categories: the Atlantic provinces, Central Canada, the Prairie Provinces, British Columbia, and the Northern Provinces.<ref> http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/publications/discover/section-13.asp</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Learn the regions of Canada. Canada is a large country with a variety of people. Regional slang can be grouped into a few categories: the Atlantic provinces, Central Canada, the Prairie Provinces, British Columbia, and the Northern Provinces.<ref> http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/publications/discover/section-13.asp</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 4 Version 2.jpg|center]]
#*Some expressions don't carry over from province to province. For example, French-speaking Quebec has more French slang words than English-speakingBritish Columbia.
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#*Some expressions don't carry over from province to province. For example, Quebec has more French slang words than British Columbia.
 
#Learn terms that are unique to the Atlantic Provinces. Also called the "Maritime Provinces," this region includes Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. The local slang has Gaelic, British, Scottish, and French influences.<ref>http://www.thecanadaguide.com/the-maritimes</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Learn terms that are unique to the Atlantic Provinces. Also called the "Maritime Provinces," this region includes Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. The local slang has Gaelic, British, Scottish, and French influences.<ref>http://www.thecanadaguide.com/the-maritimes</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*'''Caper''' – A person from Cape Breton Island. ''My boyfriend's a caper.''
 
#*'''Caper''' – A person from Cape Breton Island. ''My boyfriend's a caper.''
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#Pick up phrases that are commonly found in Central Canada. This region includes Quebec and Ontario. The local English slang has French and British influences. Furthermore, Quebec is the only fully French province in Canada. However, there are French-speaking people in other provinces such as Ontario. Francophones will find interesting French slang spoken there as well.<ref>http://www.thecanadaguide.com/quebec</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Pick up phrases that are commonly found in Central Canada. This region includes Quebec and Ontario. The local English slang has French and British influences. Furthermore, Quebec is the only fully French province in Canada. However, there are French-speaking people in other provinces such as Ontario. Francophones will find interesting French slang spoken there as well.<ref>http://www.thecanadaguide.com/quebec</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*'''Serviette''' – The French word for "napkin," this word is commonly used by French and English speakers alike. ''May I have a serviette, please?''
 
#*'''Serviette''' – The French word for "napkin," this word is commonly used by French and English speakers alike. ''May I have a serviette, please?''
#*'''Jam buster''' – What a jelly-filled doughnut is called in Manitoba and surrounding areas. ''I'd like a jam buster, please.''
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#*'''Jam buster''' – A jelly-filled doughnut is called in Manitoba and surrounding areas. ''I'd like a jam buster, please.''
#*'''Takitish''' – Conversationally used to mean "take it easy," or "see you later," in Ontario. ''Takitish, John!''
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#*'''Takitish''' – Conversationally used to mean "take it easy," or "see you later,". ''Takitish, John!''
 
#*'''Lines''' – Small old country roads, usually dating back to the Colonial era. ''Which line should I take back to the farm?''
 
#*'''Lines''' – Small old country roads, usually dating back to the Colonial era. ''Which line should I take back to the farm?''
 
#Study common slang from the Prairie Provinces.  Also called "the Prairies," these provinces include Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. This region is known for its farmland and oil-based economy.<ref> http://www.thecanadaguide.com/the-prairies</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Study common slang from the Prairie Provinces.  Also called "the Prairies," these provinces include Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. This region is known for its farmland and oil-based economy.<ref> http://www.thecanadaguide.com/the-prairies</ref>[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 7.jpg|center]]
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#*'''Kitty-corner''' – Caddy-corner, or diagonally across from something else. ''The drugstore is kitty-cornered to the movie theater.''
 
#*'''Kitty-corner''' – Caddy-corner, or diagonally across from something else. ''The drugstore is kitty-cornered to the movie theater.''
 
#*'''Hey''' – Used instead of "eh" in the Prairies, asking for agreement. ''That was a great dinner, hey?''
 
#*'''Hey''' – Used instead of "eh" in the Prairies, asking for agreement. ''That was a great dinner, hey?''
#* '''Bunny-hug''' – A hooded sweater in Saskatchewan.<ref> http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/michelle-butterfield/canadian-prairies-words-slangs_b_4166204.html</ref> ''I love your new bunny-hug!''
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#* '''Bunny-hug''' – A hooded sweater.<ref> http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/michelle-butterfield/canadian-prairies-words-slangs_b_4166204.html</ref> ''I love your new bunny-hug!''
 
#Learn Canadian slang from the British Columbia. This large province covers the Western border of Canada and has heavy British influences. This province includes the cities of Surrey and Vancouver along with the Fraser Valley region.[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#Learn Canadian slang from the British Columbia. This large province covers the Western border of Canada and has heavy British influences. This province includes the cities of Surrey and Vancouver along with the Fraser Valley region.[[Image:Understand Canadian Slang Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#*'''Squatch''' – A large, hairy, unkept man. ''If you don't start shaving and showering more you'll look like a squatch.''
 
#*'''Squatch''' – A large, hairy, unkept man. ''If you don't start shaving and showering more you'll look like a squatch.''

Make Your Own Makeup Brush Cleanser

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{{Video:Make Your Own Makeup Brush Cleanser|This in EnkoreMakeup's video on making your own brush cleanser.}}
 
{{Video:Make Your Own Makeup Brush Cleanser|This in EnkoreMakeup's video on making your own brush cleanser.}}
 
== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
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*The daily brush cleaner spray is ideal for quick cleaning when you're in hurry. It's also an effective way to remove one color from your brush when you're ready to switch to another.
 
*It's important to wash your makeup brushes regularly to get rid of bacteria and germs that can cause acne, skin irritations, and infections. Deep clean your brushes at least once a week to keep them clean.
 
*It's important to wash your makeup brushes regularly to get rid of bacteria and germs that can cause acne, skin irritations, and infections. Deep clean your brushes at least once a week to keep them clean.
*The daily brush cleaner spray is ideal for quick cleaning when you're in hurry. It's also an effective way to remove one color from your brush when you're ready to switch to another.
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== Things You'll Need ==
 
== Things You'll Need ==
 
Basic Brush Cleaner
 
Basic Brush Cleaner

Be a Scene Girl

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*Also don't care for what others think. It's who you want to be, not who they want you to be
 
*Also don't care for what others think. It's who you want to be, not who they want you to be
 
*If you ''do'' lose friends during your change, remember this: if they can't accept you for who you want to be, then they aren't your real friends.
 
*If you ''do'' lose friends during your change, remember this: if they can't accept you for who you want to be, then they aren't your real friends.
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*People might not like your new look. If they don't like you anymore, ignore them. They are not good for you if they don't like you just because you changed your style.
 
*Remember that when you go out in public, you'll probably get a lot of people staring because of the way you look. That's fine, as long as you're comfortable with it. Before you become scene, make sure you have the self confidence not to care what people say.
 
*Remember that when you go out in public, you'll probably get a lot of people staring because of the way you look. That's fine, as long as you're comfortable with it. Before you become scene, make sure you have the self confidence not to care what people say.
*People might not like your new look. If they don't like you anymore, ignore them. They are not good for you if they don't like you just because you changed your style.
 
 
*You will most likely be judged and insulted, but if you're a true scene girl you won't care.
 
*You will most likely be judged and insulted, but if you're a true scene girl you won't care.
 
*Too much hairspray in your hair will make it stiff, hard to remove, and look a little gross.
 
*Too much hairspray in your hair will make it stiff, hard to remove, and look a little gross.

Keep a Diary and Stick to It

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*Be [[Be-Honest-with-Yourself|honest]] in your diary. If you can't say what you really feel, what's the point?
 
*Be [[Be-Honest-with-Yourself|honest]] in your diary. If you can't say what you really feel, what's the point?
 
*Keep sticky notes with you anywhere so you don't forget something you wanna add.
 
*Keep sticky notes with you anywhere so you don't forget something you wanna add.
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*If you feel comfortable enough, have your best friend, favorite relative, or other loved one write a special holiday or just-because message for you in one of your diary pages. It will truly help your diary become more of a cherished keepsake and you won't have to keep track of collecting greetings cards that might get tossed away.
 
*Never be afraid to add your deep, inner, and highly confidential thoughts and information in your diary! This is a place for you to vent and you don't have to worry about anyone reading your thoughts.
 
*Never be afraid to add your deep, inner, and highly confidential thoughts and information in your diary! This is a place for you to vent and you don't have to worry about anyone reading your thoughts.
 
*Find a good hiding place so that you can write what you really feel without worrying about who will read it.
 
*Find a good hiding place so that you can write what you really feel without worrying about who will read it.
*If you feel comfortable enough, have your best friend, favorite relative, or other loved one write a special holiday or just-because message for you in one of your diary pages. It will truly help your diary become more of a cherished keepsake and you won't have to keep track of collecting greetings cards that might get tossed away.
 
 
*Consider decorating the outside of your journal with stickers, drawings, photos, etc. Be creative and you'll be amazed at how much you express yourself that way.
 
*Consider decorating the outside of your journal with stickers, drawings, photos, etc. Be creative and you'll be amazed at how much you express yourself that way.
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*Some well-known people who have kept diaries include Leonardo da Vinci, Henry David Thoreau, George Washington, Maria Nikolaevna Romanov, Virginia Woolf, Sylvia Plath, Sophia Tolstoy, Anne Hathaway, and of course the famous holocaust writer Anne Frank. It all helped inspire them!
 
*Try to put it somewhere that you'll remember to write in it. If you shove it in the bottom of the drawer, you might forget.
 
*Try to put it somewhere that you'll remember to write in it. If you shove it in the bottom of the drawer, you might forget.
*Some well-known people who have kept diaries include Leonardo da Vinci, Henry David Thoreau, George Washington, Maria Nikolaevna Romanov, Virginia Woolf, Sylvia Plath, Sophia Tolstoy, Anne Hathaway, and of course the famous holocaust writer Anne Frank. It all helped inspire them!
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* Make sure to keep it hidden from nosy people like your sister or brother.
 
*If you decide to read your earlier entries and there's something you don't like, don't rip out the pages or scribble on them! Things are going to be different in the past than they are now. But in a couple of years and you read them you will be happy you kept everything you ever did.
 
*If you decide to read your earlier entries and there's something you don't like, don't rip out the pages or scribble on them! Things are going to be different in the past than they are now. But in a couple of years and you read them you will be happy you kept everything you ever did.
* Make sure to keep it hidden from nosy people like your sister or brother.
 
 
*Keep it in a place you will remember about it, if you leave it at a friend's house and they read it then they'll know all of your secrets.
 
*Keep it in a place you will remember about it, if you leave it at a friend's house and they read it then they'll know all of your secrets.
 
*If you really want to remember everything about your day, pick a certain time of evening to write. Maybe you want to write on the car ride home from school, or right after school. Anytime is fine!
 
*If you really want to remember everything about your day, pick a certain time of evening to write. Maybe you want to write on the car ride home from school, or right after school. Anytime is fine!
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*If you have nothing to write, write [[Remember-Lists-of-Words-With-the-Roman-Room-Trick|lists.]] It can be anything- a to-do list, a favorites list, a shopping list, a travel list, etc.
 
*If you have nothing to write, write [[Remember-Lists-of-Words-With-the-Roman-Room-Trick|lists.]] It can be anything- a to-do list, a favorites list, a shopping list, a travel list, etc.
 
*Make a secret code that only you know. Create a cipher wheel or other such thing to help you remember the code, or write the code down in your diary but shift the letters over; writing a riddle to help you find the correct beginning letter.
 
*Make a secret code that only you know. Create a cipher wheel or other such thing to help you remember the code, or write the code down in your diary but shift the letters over; writing a riddle to help you find the correct beginning letter.
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*Enjoy it! You shouldn't feel like doing homework when writing in your diary.
 
* Write neat so you can read it later.
 
* Write neat so you can read it later.
*Enjoy it! You shouldn't feel like doing homework when writing in your diary.
 
 
* Always write down what you feel. A diary is your best friend but is one that does not speak or move.
 
* Always write down what you feel. A diary is your best friend but is one that does not speak or move.
 
* Don't hide your diary, nor advertise it as such, just keep a mundane book in your backpack and no one will even look at it twice.
 
* Don't hide your diary, nor advertise it as such, just keep a mundane book in your backpack and no one will even look at it twice.
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*Write down everything! Censoring your own thoughts means that you are not honest with yourself.
 
*Write down everything! Censoring your own thoughts means that you are not honest with yourself.
 
* Don't worry about grammar and proper spelling. You're here to write out your thoughts and feelings - not to write a perfect best-selling novel.
 
* Don't worry about grammar and proper spelling. You're here to write out your thoughts and feelings - not to write a perfect best-selling novel.
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*Don't copy off others, this is your diary so make it your style!
 
*Make sure your ink doesn't leak through the paper!
 
*Make sure your ink doesn't leak through the paper!
*Don't copy off others, this is your diary so make it your style!
 
 
*Make sure you know where your diary is at all times, especially if there is important/embarrassing information in it! If it has some ultra-top secret information, get a lock or get a diary with a lock and then hide it. Be careful not to drop it somewhere and forget about it.
 
*Make sure you know where your diary is at all times, especially if there is important/embarrassing information in it! If it has some ultra-top secret information, get a lock or get a diary with a lock and then hide it. Be careful not to drop it somewhere and forget about it.
 
*Don't write a bluff be true to your diary/journal
 
*Don't write a bluff be true to your diary/journal

Overcome the Post‐Vacation Blues

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
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*Always allow extra time for your return trip. You might hit traffic if you're driving, and there might be delays or scheduling changes for flights and bus/train rides.
 
*Children and teenagers may find it more difficult to adjust after a long and enjoyable vacation, especially if the school schedule begins immediately following the trip. Be sure to factor in plenty of time to return home and get back into a normal routine before having them return to school.
 
*Children and teenagers may find it more difficult to adjust after a long and enjoyable vacation, especially if the school schedule begins immediately following the trip. Be sure to factor in plenty of time to return home and get back into a normal routine before having them return to school.
*Always allow extra time for your return trip. You might hit traffic if you're driving, and there might be delays or scheduling changes for flights and bus/train rides.
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==

Store a Christmas Cake

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*Avoid the refrigerator! This can result in crystallised sugar.
 
*Avoid the refrigerator! This can result in crystallised sugar.
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*Be careful not to let aluminium foil touch the cake directly; if the cake has alcohol in it, it will pit the foil and cause reactions that can affect the cake's flavour.
 
*Keep an eye on the cake as the months go by; whenever it seems to be drying out, follow the Tip on adding more liquid or you may end up with a very dry and undesirable cake.
 
*Keep an eye on the cake as the months go by; whenever it seems to be drying out, follow the Tip on adding more liquid or you may end up with a very dry and undesirable cake.
*Be careful not to let aluminium foil touch the cake directly; if the cake has alcohol in it, it will pit the foil and cause reactions that can affect the cake's flavour.
 
  
 
== Things You'll Need ==
 
== Things You'll Need ==

Take Good Care of Your Laptop Computer

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*If you have decided to have a clean install of the operating system make sure you have enough expertise required to do it. If not you better contact a computer technician to do the job for you.If you are not sure don't try it on the laptop you require the most as it may lead to some tough consequences.
 
*If you have decided to have a clean install of the operating system make sure you have enough expertise required to do it. If not you better contact a computer technician to do the job for you.If you are not sure don't try it on the laptop you require the most as it may lead to some tough consequences.
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*If you are not going to use the laptop or the computer for the next two hours, shut it down. The energy it takes to start it up is far less than the energy it will take if the laptop is running continuously.
 
*Pets (like parrots that fixate on clicking, shiny objects) and children should be supervised when within a close proximity of your laptop.
 
*Pets (like parrots that fixate on clicking, shiny objects) and children should be supervised when within a close proximity of your laptop.
 
*Be aware of the "no excess" or "zero excess" of some laptop insurance companies; while it appears to be free of excess, you may have to pay again for the year in full to restart your insurance after a claim.
 
*Be aware of the "no excess" or "zero excess" of some laptop insurance companies; while it appears to be free of excess, you may have to pay again for the year in full to restart your insurance after a claim.
 
*Avoid putting your laptop on a carpet. The air vents on the back of the laptop help air to travel in and out. Anything which blocks the air vents is preventing hot air from escaping and only invites it back in again, which can result in overheating; leading to excessive lag and potential damage. Placing your laptop in a drawer has similar consequences.
 
*Avoid putting your laptop on a carpet. The air vents on the back of the laptop help air to travel in and out. Anything which blocks the air vents is preventing hot air from escaping and only invites it back in again, which can result in overheating; leading to excessive lag and potential damage. Placing your laptop in a drawer has similar consequences.
 
*On the other hand, leaving a laptop, or any electronic device for that matter, on instead of frequently switching it on/off will avoid the heating/cool-down cycle that is ultimately injurious to components.
 
*On the other hand, leaving a laptop, or any electronic device for that matter, on instead of frequently switching it on/off will avoid the heating/cool-down cycle that is ultimately injurious to components.
*If you are not going to use the laptop or the computer for the next two hours, shut it down. The energy it takes to start it up is far less than the energy it will take if the laptop is running continuously.
 
  
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==

Make a Duct Tape Wallet

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* Creating a skeleton of appropriately-sized index cards and taping around them will give the wallet additional structure.
 
* Creating a skeleton of appropriately-sized index cards and taping around them will give the wallet additional structure.
 
* Duct tape will be hard to get apart if the sticky side is sticking to another sticky side.
 
* Duct tape will be hard to get apart if the sticky side is sticking to another sticky side.
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* Making the pockets allows you to scaffold new pieces and expand.
 
* It is possible to buy duct tape pages instead of using up a roll of duct tape.
 
* It is possible to buy duct tape pages instead of using up a roll of duct tape.
 
* Try using a different color for each strip to really add character.
 
* Try using a different color for each strip to really add character.
* Making the pockets allows you to scaffold new pieces and expand.
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* Rather than cutting, pasting and flipping it, you can cut it all ahead of time and then assemble it together! It save time.
 
* Have no fold over lines for better quality.
 
* Have no fold over lines for better quality.
* Rather than cutting, pasting and flipping it, you can cut it all ahead of time and then assemble it together! It save time.
 
 
* If you get good enough at making these, you can make money selling them. A good mark-up (i.e. the amount added to cost of the material) would be $3 for a wallet. Selling at events like field trips is a good idea.
 
* If you get good enough at making these, you can make money selling them. A good mark-up (i.e. the amount added to cost of the material) would be $3 for a wallet. Selling at events like field trips is a good idea.
 
* You can also make duct tape bows.
 
* You can also make duct tape bows.

File an EEOC Complaint in Georgia

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#*If the agency dismisses the case, you will be given a Notice of Right to Sue, which will give you permission to file a lawsuit in court on your own behalf.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/process.cfm</ref>
 
#*If the agency dismisses the case, you will be given a Notice of Right to Sue, which will give you permission to file a lawsuit in court on your own behalf.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/process.cfm</ref>
 
#*If you receive a Right-to-Sue letter, you will need to file your lawsuit in 90 days.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/lawsuit.cfm</ref>
 
#*If you receive a Right-to-Sue letter, you will need to file your lawsuit in 90 days.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/lawsuit.cfm</ref>
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== Tips ==
 
*You cannot file a complaint by phone. However, you can initiate the process by phone call. Call toll free 1-800-669-4000 to submit basic information, which will be forwarded to the appropriate field office.
 
*You cannot file a complaint by phone. However, you can initiate the process by phone call. Call toll free 1-800-669-4000 to submit basic information, which will be forwarded to the appropriate field office.
 
*If you were a federal employee (or an applicant for a federal job), then you will have slightly different requirements. You will have to meet with an EEO counselor first, who will walk you through the process. The entire process can be found [http://www.eeoc.gov/federal/fed_employees/complaint_overview.cfm here].
 
*If you were a federal employee (or an applicant for a federal job), then you will have slightly different requirements. You will have to meet with an EEO counselor first, who will walk you through the process. The entire process can be found [http://www.eeoc.gov/federal/fed_employees/complaint_overview.cfm here].
 
*If you do not want to wait for the EEOC to end its investigation before filing a lawsuit, then you will need to request your Right-to-Sue letter in writing.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/lawsuit.cfm</ref>
 
*If you do not want to wait for the EEOC to end its investigation before filing a lawsuit, then you will need to request your Right-to-Sue letter in writing.<ref>http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/lawsuit.cfm</ref>
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==Sources and Citations==
 
==Sources and Citations==
 
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Run Without Getting Tired

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*Be careful. Running in warm/hot weather can give you heatstroke!
 
*Be careful. Running in warm/hot weather can give you heatstroke!
 
*Always warm up and cool down. If you don't, it could put your body in shock. At the very least, it's going to let you know it did not appreciate you just jumping into an exercise routine.
 
*Always warm up and cool down. If you don't, it could put your body in shock. At the very least, it's going to let you know it did not appreciate you just jumping into an exercise routine.
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*If you have any respiratory problems such as asthma, you'll have to make extra sure that you run at distances and speeds that are comfortable for you. If you push yourself too hard, your asthma could cause you to pass out or have a severe asthma attack. Make sure to have your inhaler or any other medical things with you at all times in case you need them while running.
 
*If you get too tired, take a water break and continue.
 
*If you get too tired, take a water break and continue.
*If you have any respiratory problems such as asthma, you'll have to make extra sure that you run at distances and speeds that are comfortable for you. If you push yourself too hard, your asthma could cause you to pass out or have a severe asthma attack. Make sure to have your inhaler or any other medical things with you at all times in case you need them while running.
 
  
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==

Make a Water Filter

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* Consider getting a water filter from a camping store. These filters can filter out more bacteria and microorganisms than a makeshift filter.
 
* If you can't find a coffee filter, try using crumpled cotton fabric, or some pillow/teddy bear stuffing.
 
* If you can't find a coffee filter, try using crumpled cotton fabric, or some pillow/teddy bear stuffing.
* Consider getting a water filter from a camping store. These filters can filter out more bacteria and microorganisms than a makeshift filter.
 
 
* If the boiled water tastes flat, try adding a pinch of salt. You can also pour the water back and forth between two, clean containers a few times.<ref>United State Environmental Protection Agency, [http://water.epa.gov/drink/emerprep/emergencydisinfection.cfm Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water]</ref>
 
* If the boiled water tastes flat, try adding a pinch of salt. You can also pour the water back and forth between two, clean containers a few times.<ref>United State Environmental Protection Agency, [http://water.epa.gov/drink/emerprep/emergencydisinfection.cfm Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water]</ref>
 
* Rather than making a filter with a thick layer of charcoal, sand, and gravel, try making a filter with many thin layers of charcoal, sand, and gravel. Keep repeating these layers until you reach the rim of the bottle.
 
* Rather than making a filter with a thick layer of charcoal, sand, and gravel, try making a filter with many thin layers of charcoal, sand, and gravel. Keep repeating these layers until you reach the rim of the bottle.

Not Miss Someone

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#*If you find that some of your friends or family members seem to be "getting over" the loss more quickly, don't be frustrated. Everyone grieves on their own time table. You may not know how the person is really feeling.  
 
#*If you find that some of your friends or family members seem to be "getting over" the loss more quickly, don't be frustrated. Everyone grieves on their own time table. You may not know how the person is really feeling.  
 
#Consider therapy. If you want help with moving forward, then seek professional help. If you're not sure if therapy is for you, give it a try before you decide. Talking to a trained professional about your situation can give you new insight. It takes courage and strength to seek help and work through life's struggles. <ref>http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/mental-health-coping-with-grief</ref>[[Image:1167511 24.jpg|center]]
 
#Consider therapy. If you want help with moving forward, then seek professional help. If you're not sure if therapy is for you, give it a try before you decide. Talking to a trained professional about your situation can give you new insight. It takes courage and strength to seek help and work through life's struggles. <ref>http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/mental-health-coping-with-grief</ref>[[Image:1167511 24.jpg|center]]
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#* Be proud of yourself for seeking the help you need to be healthy. You shouldn't feel ashamed or weak about wanting to engage in therapy.
 
#Write down your thoughts. Instead of having it weigh on you during all parts of the day, it can help to process feelings on the pages of a journal. Write in it every morning or evening to check in with yourself and to decompress. Also, you can write in it when a thought enters your mind. Find what works for you.[[Image:Not Miss Someone Step 25.jpg|center]]
 
#Write down your thoughts. Instead of having it weigh on you during all parts of the day, it can help to process feelings on the pages of a journal. Write in it every morning or evening to check in with yourself and to decompress. Also, you can write in it when a thought enters your mind. Find what works for you.[[Image:Not Miss Someone Step 25.jpg|center]]
 
#*Write a letter to the person, but do not send it. Include all the significant emotional experiences you shared. Thank him for the good times and the bad. Express the anger. Tell him, "I no longer need the pain that I am feeling so I am giving it back to you. Good-bye."<ref>https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/books/grief-recovery-handbook</ref>  
 
#*Write a letter to the person, but do not send it. Include all the significant emotional experiences you shared. Thank him for the good times and the bad. Express the anger. Tell him, "I no longer need the pain that I am feeling so I am giving it back to you. Good-bye."<ref>https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/books/grief-recovery-handbook</ref>  

Prepare a Pop Tart

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*For a faster method, remove one Pop-Tart from the packaging, place on a microwavable plate, and heat for 15 seconds.
 
*For a faster method, remove one Pop-Tart from the packaging, place on a microwavable plate, and heat for 15 seconds.
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*If the pastry is too hot, breaking the Pop-Tart in half will cool it faster than if you left it whole.
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*It is better to cook an even number of Pop-Tarts. If you cook an odd number of Pop-Tarts, one of them will become stale without a bag surrounding it.
 
*Try eating the crust around the pastry first. You will find that it has a very unique taste which would be otherwise undetectable because of all the fruit filling.
 
*Try eating the crust around the pastry first. You will find that it has a very unique taste which would be otherwise undetectable because of all the fruit filling.
 
*Pop-Tarts should be placed into a toaster vertically, not horizontally.
 
*Pop-Tarts should be placed into a toaster vertically, not horizontally.
*If the pastry is too hot, breaking the Pop-Tart in half will cool it faster than if you left it whole.
 
*It is better to cook an even number of Pop-Tarts. If you cook an odd number of Pop-Tarts, one of them will become stale without a bag surrounding it.
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
*The icing on Pop-Tarts is flammable when it is over toasted. It is a good idea to watch it as it toasts.
 
 
*Be sure to let the Pop-Tart cool before giving it to a small child to eat; the filling remains very hot much longer than the outside crust. A good idea is to separate the Pop-Tart in two to allow the Pop-tart to cool.
 
*Be sure to let the Pop-Tart cool before giving it to a small child to eat; the filling remains very hot much longer than the outside crust. A good idea is to separate the Pop-Tart in two to allow the Pop-tart to cool.
*Pop-Tarts come in small plastic bags. Keep the bag away from anyone's face in order to avoid suffocation.
 
 
*When the Pop-Tart has finished in the toaster, do not fish out with with fork or other metal object.
 
*When the Pop-Tart has finished in the toaster, do not fish out with with fork or other metal object.
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*The icing on Pop-Tarts is flammable when it is over toasted. It is a good idea to watch it as it toasts.
 
*Do not be alarmed when you open the package and see two Pop-tarts, it is perfectly normal to see two.
 
*Do not be alarmed when you open the package and see two Pop-tarts, it is perfectly normal to see two.
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*Pop-Tarts come in small plastic bags. Keep the bag away from anyone's face in order to avoid suffocation.
 
*''Do not'' put a Pop-Tart in the microwave with the wrapper on! This might damage your microwave or cause a fire in the microwave.
 
*''Do not'' put a Pop-Tart in the microwave with the wrapper on! This might damage your microwave or cause a fire in the microwave.
  

Plan for Graduate School

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*Work hard in your current program. Make learning the goal, not the grades.
 
*Work hard in your current program. Make learning the goal, not the grades.
 
*Speak with your current professors about graduate school, and whether it is the right choice for you.
 
*Speak with your current professors about graduate school, and whether it is the right choice for you.
*All types of experience are valued by admissions. This includes work experience, internships, leadership positions, extracurricular activities, and volunteering.  
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*All types of experience are valued by admissions. This includes work experience, internships, leadership positions, extracurricular activities, and volunteering.
*Many schools are understanding of any accommodations you might need during the application process or throughout graduate school. Be sure to state your needs in the application.  
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*Many schools are understanding of any accommodations you might need during the application process or throughout graduate school. Be sure to state your needs in the application.
*Many universities and examination centers will provide fee waivers for those who cannot afford to pay the fee. If you are worried about the cost of applying to college, contact people in charge to see if you qualify for waivers.  
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*Many universities and examination centers will provide fee waivers for those who cannot afford to pay the fee. If you are worried about the cost of applying to college, contact people in charge to see if you qualify for waivers.
*You can ask your professor or advisor to look over your application for you and to give you advice accordingly.  
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*You can ask your professor or advisor to look over your application for you and to give you advice accordingly.
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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*Graduate school is a serious commitment that requires several years of hard work. Do not apply for graduate school if you are uncertain of what you want to do or if you are delaying going on the job market.
 
*Graduate school is a serious commitment that requires several years of hard work. Do not apply for graduate school if you are uncertain of what you want to do or if you are delaying going on the job market.

Use Aura for a Specific Purpose

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
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* Don't touch any glowing objects in general.
 
* If you ever see a glowing white orb the size of a golf ball, don't touch it. It is an evil spirit that will try to kill you or possess you.{{fact}} Or both.
 
* If you ever see a glowing white orb the size of a golf ball, don't touch it. It is an evil spirit that will try to kill you or possess you.{{fact}} Or both.
* Don't touch any glowing objects in general.
 
 
* If you feel like you're doing something wrong, stop immediately. You might hurt yourself if you continue.
 
* If you feel like you're doing something wrong, stop immediately. You might hurt yourself if you continue.
 
* Never overuse your aura: you most certainly will pass out.
 
* Never overuse your aura: you most certainly will pass out.

Make a Glow in the Dark Christmas Ornament

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
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*The chemicals inside glow sticks are extremely hazardous. Do not consume and avoid skin contact with glow stick liquid. Be careful.
 
*Glass easily breaks - be gentle with your ornament.
 
*Glass easily breaks - be gentle with your ornament.
*The chemicals inside glow sticks are extremely hazardous. Do not consume and avoid skin contact with glow stick liquid. Be careful.
 

Fight with a Bo Staff

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* Watch staff fighting movies, to find some cool moves. "The Forbidden Kingdom' is highly recommended.
 
* Watch staff fighting movies, to find some cool moves. "The Forbidden Kingdom' is highly recommended.
 
* If faced with a life or death situation, aim for the neck, and stick to the basic moves, but with as much speed as you can muster.
 
* If faced with a life or death situation, aim for the neck, and stick to the basic moves, but with as much speed as you can muster.
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* Find your balance and help with your footwork by balancing with your staff and working on balancing on everyday things like a rock in your backyard.
 
* Check out youtube videos, you are bound to find something useful.
 
* Check out youtube videos, you are bound to find something useful.
* Find your balance and help with your footwork by balancing with your staff and working on balancing on everyday things like a rock in your backyard.
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==

Delete All Tweets

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* Once tweets are deleted, they are gone for good. Download an archive before deleting anything.
 
* Once tweets are deleted, they are gone for good. Download an archive before deleting anything.
 
* You can also [[Delete a Tweet|manually delete your tweets]].
 
* You can also [[Delete a Tweet|manually delete your tweets]].
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== Sources and Citations ==
 
== Sources and Citations ==
 
{{reflist}}
 
{{reflist}}
 
__METHODS__
 
__METHODS__

Apply Cake Mascara

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
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*Move away from your nose.
 
*Do try to be neat; no one wants a face full of black junk.
 
*Do try to be neat; no one wants a face full of black junk.
*Move away from your nose.
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==

Create a Language

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
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*Don't forget punctuation!
 
*Practice your language frequently so that you don't forget it!
 
*Practice your language frequently so that you don't forget it!
*Don't forget punctuation!
 
 
*As a shortcut, and for a bit of interesting background, add connotation to various letters, preferably vowels. To do this, think of various words that begin with/have a lot of a certain vowel. For example: austere, acrimony, ebullient, embolden; in this case, the vowel ''A'' might carry with it a negative meaning, whereas ''E'' would be positive. Then, even if you forget your own words without the help of your dictionary, you could still make a good guess based on the composition of the letters.
 
*As a shortcut, and for a bit of interesting background, add connotation to various letters, preferably vowels. To do this, think of various words that begin with/have a lot of a certain vowel. For example: austere, acrimony, ebullient, embolden; in this case, the vowel ''A'' might carry with it a negative meaning, whereas ''E'' would be positive. Then, even if you forget your own words without the help of your dictionary, you could still make a good guess based on the composition of the letters.
 
* Make sure that it is a language that while speaking, you don't get a literal knot in your tongue!
 
* Make sure that it is a language that while speaking, you don't get a literal knot in your tongue!
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* Remember you should know how to write it. For example we write it from left to right, in Arabic it's right to left, Chinese is in columns, and so on.
 
*Make sure that you and your friend(s) all follow a systematic language system. In other words, make sure that you follow the same guidelines.
 
*Make sure that you and your friend(s) all follow a systematic language system. In other words, make sure that you follow the same guidelines.
* Remember you should know how to write it. For example we write it from left to right, in Arabic it's right to left, Chinese is in columns, and so on.
 
 
*Make sure you practice saying and spelling out many basic words in your language, English examples: is, who, when, of, why, if, what, where, can, may, etc.
 
*Make sure you practice saying and spelling out many basic words in your language, English examples: is, who, when, of, why, if, what, where, can, may, etc.
 
*Don't use random letters. It should make ''some'' sense, so that it will be easier to learn and speak with [Example: Don't use ''oh'' as ''e'', ''hello'' as ''llo'', and ''See ya'' as ''c yah'').
 
*Don't use random letters. It should make ''some'' sense, so that it will be easier to learn and speak with [Example: Don't use ''oh'' as ''e'', ''hello'' as ''llo'', and ''See ya'' as ''c yah'').

Get Rare on Animal Jam Without Scamming

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
*Be on the watch for scammers. Don't send them an item saying "a fox hat for my whole list of trade"! Avoid people who act like that.
 
 
*Don't scam your rares. If you scam too much, you'll become hated everywhere, and no one will like you and they'll fuss whenever you are around.
 
*Don't scam your rares. If you scam too much, you'll become hated everywhere, and no one will like you and they'll fuss whenever you are around.
 
*A jammer might want a rare you have. If they ask kindly but you don't want to trade it away, kindly say "no".  Anything mean like "GET AWAY" or "NO CUZ I WILL REPORT YOU" can get the jammer and/or other jammers to report you.
 
*A jammer might want a rare you have. If they ask kindly but you don't want to trade it away, kindly say "no".  Anything mean like "GET AWAY" or "NO CUZ I WILL REPORT YOU" can get the jammer and/or other jammers to report you.
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*Be on the watch for scammers. Don't send them an item saying "a fox hat for my whole list of trade"! Avoid people who act like that.
 
*Be careful when trading! You don't want to trade away your favourite item.
 
*Be careful when trading! You don't want to trade away your favourite item.
 
*Do not act like the people in Aldan. They are seriously wrong. Only trade with them.
 
*Do not act like the people in Aldan. They are seriously wrong. Only trade with them.

Troll Players in a Minecraft Server Without Getting Caught (for Admins)

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
*Don't team up with another admin, they can betray you and record proof while you're telling them your plan.
 
 
* Make traps near their houses.
 
* Make traps near their houses.
 
*Don't spam commands or items, spawning 1000 zombies is obviously suspicious.
 
*Don't spam commands or items, spawning 1000 zombies is obviously suspicious.
*Make sure you have a good excuse in case you get caught.
 
 
*If someone accuses you, make sure you ask them for proof, if you were in /vanish, then you should be good to go!
 
*If someone accuses you, make sure you ask them for proof, if you were in /vanish, then you should be good to go!
 
*Bribe the user if they got proof, although, this is highly unrecommended as that can make problems bigger.
 
*Bribe the user if they got proof, although, this is highly unrecommended as that can make problems bigger.
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*Make sure you have a good excuse in case you get caught.
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*Don't team up with another admin, they can betray you and record proof while you're telling them your plan.
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*You might get demoted if you get caught and don't have a good excuse.
 
*You might get demoted if you get caught and don't have a good excuse.

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Read Music

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*Be patient. Like learning any new language, learning to read music takes time. Like learning anything else, the more you practice at it, the easier it will be, and the better you'll become at it.
 
*Be patient. Like learning any new language, learning to read music takes time. Like learning anything else, the more you practice at it, the easier it will be, and the better you'll become at it.
 
*Get sheet music to songs you like. A visit to your local library or music store will uncover hundreds—if not thousands—of "lead sheets" with the basic notation and chords for your favorite songs. Read the music while you listen, and you'll get a more intuitive understanding of what you're looking at.
 
*Get sheet music to songs you like. A visit to your local library or music store will uncover hundreds—if not thousands—of "lead sheets" with the basic notation and chords for your favorite songs. Read the music while you listen, and you'll get a more intuitive understanding of what you're looking at.
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* Try these mnemonics: For the right hand Every Good Boy Does Fine for the lines and  FACE spells out the spaces. For the left hand Great Big Dreams For America for lines and All Cows Eat Grass for the spaces.
 
* Try to have fun with your music because if it's just not your thing then it's hard to learn how to play.
 
* Try to have fun with your music because if it's just not your thing then it's hard to learn how to play.
* Try these mnemonics: For the right hand Every Good Boy Does Fine for the lines and  FACE spells out the spaces. For the left hand Great Big Dreams For America for lines and All Cows Eat Grass for the spaces.
 
 
*IMSLP hosts a large archive for music performances and scores in the public domain. To improve reading music, it is suggested that you browse for composers' works and reading the music along with listening to it.
 
*IMSLP hosts a large archive for music performances and scores in the public domain. To improve reading music, it is suggested that you browse for composers' works and reading the music along with listening to it.
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*Repetition and consistently practicing is key. Create flashcards or use a note-reading workbook to ensure you build a solid note-reading foundation.
 
* It is very good to know both Western notes, and sheet music. Knowing Western notes eventually help you in the long run, and it's much easier to remember than notes.
 
* It is very good to know both Western notes, and sheet music. Knowing Western notes eventually help you in the long run, and it's much easier to remember than notes.
*Repetition and consistently practicing is key. Create flashcards or use a note-reading workbook to ensure you build a solid note-reading foundation.
 
 
* Practice somewhere quiet or when it's quiet. It's best to try piano first because piano's easy if you practice. If you don't have a piano try using those virtual pianos online. Once you get it, you can start learning how to play other instruments! I hope this helps.
 
* Practice somewhere quiet or when it's quiet. It's best to try piano first because piano's easy if you practice. If you don't have a piano try using those virtual pianos online. Once you get it, you can start learning how to play other instruments! I hope this helps.
 
* The names of the three most common notes are crotchet, 1 beat, quaver, half a beat and minim, 2 beats.
 
* The names of the three most common notes are crotchet, 1 beat, quaver, half a beat and minim, 2 beats.

Write Murder Mysteries

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*Remember who your target audience is; teenagers will want something different than adults.
 
*Remember who your target audience is; teenagers will want something different than adults.
 
*Do thorough research on every aspect of your story.
 
*Do thorough research on every aspect of your story.
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*Stick to what you know.
 
*Try not to use cliches.
 
*Try not to use cliches.
*Stick to what you know.
 
 
*You might want to draw pictures. Don't make them gory, as children might read it. A murder mystery is not exactly for a child, unless a child is writing it.
 
*You might want to draw pictures. Don't make them gory, as children might read it. A murder mystery is not exactly for a child, unless a child is writing it.
 
*Have someone check each chapter/section as you go along.
 
*Have someone check each chapter/section as you go along.

Learn Speed Reading

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*Take a break every 30–60 minutes. This will keep you focused and reduce eye strain.
 
*Take a break every 30–60 minutes. This will keep you focused and reduce eye strain.
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*Practice in a quiet, well-lit environment. Use earplugs if necessary.
 
*Read important texts when you're alert and well-rested. Some people function well in the morning, while others think better in the afternoon.
 
*Read important texts when you're alert and well-rested. Some people function well in the morning, while others think better in the afternoon.
*Practice in a quiet, well-lit environment. Use earplugs if necessary.
 
 
* Analysing and changing your reading can become difficult because you start focusing on your reading techniques rather than understanding the text. Make sure you're not reading too fast and you properly understand what you have read.
 
* Analysing and changing your reading can become difficult because you start focusing on your reading techniques rather than understanding the text. Make sure you're not reading too fast and you properly understand what you have read.
 
*If you can't improve your reading speed, have your vision checked.
 
*If you can't improve your reading speed, have your vision checked.

Invest in China

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#Invest in Chinese currency ETFs. An exchange traded fund (ETF) is essentially a collection of stocks traded like a single stock. Certain ETFs are focused on the values of a currency, and there are several that focus directly on the Yuan.<ref>http://www.futuresmag.com/2010/07/14/three-ways-trade-yuan</ref> Invest in these ETFs to add Yuan investments to your portfolio without the risk or trouble of direct investment.[[Image:Invest in China Step 18.jpg|center]]
 
#Invest in Chinese currency ETFs. An exchange traded fund (ETF) is essentially a collection of stocks traded like a single stock. Certain ETFs are focused on the values of a currency, and there are several that focus directly on the Yuan.<ref>http://www.futuresmag.com/2010/07/14/three-ways-trade-yuan</ref> Invest in these ETFs to add Yuan investments to your portfolio without the risk or trouble of direct investment.[[Image:Invest in China Step 18.jpg|center]]
  
==Tips==
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== Tips ==
 
*Before investing in local endeavors (e.g. investing in a school or purchasing real estate) be sure to consult with the local government, as each district is likely to have its own restrictions.
 
*Before investing in local endeavors (e.g. investing in a school or purchasing real estate) be sure to consult with the local government, as each district is likely to have its own restrictions.
 
*One major thing to consider when choosing how you want to invest in China is knowing your reasons for investing. Do you want to invest to eventually (and hopefully) see a return on your investment (i.e. money) or do you simply want to invest in the country to help develop the company without any hopes or expectations about financial gain? If you want to make money, you have a better chance in the stock market or through real estate, but if you simply want to altruistically invest, a school provides a good option.
 
*One major thing to consider when choosing how you want to invest in China is knowing your reasons for investing. Do you want to invest to eventually (and hopefully) see a return on your investment (i.e. money) or do you simply want to invest in the country to help develop the company without any hopes or expectations about financial gain? If you want to make money, you have a better chance in the stock market or through real estate, but if you simply want to altruistically invest, a school provides a good option.

Find God

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== Warnings ==
 
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*Once you believe you have found your god, realize that some people will not appreciate it, if you attempt to feed all your findings to them. Hopefully, people will soon begin to see the differences in your life and ask you about it. Additionally realize this is not an opportunity to preach to them ''en masse'', but rather a good time to, in all modesty, point out your own personal newness of life. So, offer forgiveness and grace, not judgment or holier than thou pronouncements.
 
*Bear in mind that no matter how convinced you may become, there is still room for faith; decide to the best of your ability what you will believe and make a commitment. Accept your god's grace to give it to others.
 
*Bear in mind that no matter how convinced you may become, there is still room for faith; decide to the best of your ability what you will believe and make a commitment. Accept your god's grace to give it to others.
*Once you believe you have found your god, realize that some people will not appreciate it, if you attempt to feed all your findings to them. Hopefully, people will soon begin to see the differences in your life and ask you about it. Additionally realize this is not an opportunity to preach to them ''en masse'', but rather a good time to, in all modesty, point out your own personal newness of life. So, offer forgiveness and grace, not judgment or holier than thou pronouncements.
 
 
*When consulting 'religious' texts, pursue the actual translations of words used at the time of writing. Research the origins of concepts that came after the actual publishing of these texts that attempt to say 'it really meant this and that', as words tend to undergo generational mutation throughout cultures. Take note of the target audiences but be careful of people translating for you more than what is actually said. You may need to consult various translations to thoroughly seek out an idea's meaning. Religious texts are meant to describe and present your god, not to be or replace your god.
 
*When consulting 'religious' texts, pursue the actual translations of words used at the time of writing. Research the origins of concepts that came after the actual publishing of these texts that attempt to say 'it really meant this and that', as words tend to undergo generational mutation throughout cultures. Take note of the target audiences but be careful of people translating for you more than what is actually said. You may need to consult various translations to thoroughly seek out an idea's meaning. Religious texts are meant to describe and present your god, not to be or replace your god.
 
*There is a wealth of difference between religion and faith. You can have faith without religion. You can have a path to your god without religion. Religion can be useful, at the very least to pray with others, to provide ceremonies at important times in our lives and simply to be part of a community.
 
*There is a wealth of difference between religion and faith. You can have faith without religion. You can have a path to your god without religion. Religion can be useful, at the very least to pray with others, to provide ceremonies at important times in our lives and simply to be part of a community.

Make Money Online with Resale Rights

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*Always look at ways to build good relationships with your subscribers. Offer them free gifts or interesting articles or resources that will be of interest to them from time to time. Or produce a weekly, fortnightly or monthly newsletter for them.
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*Look at other peoples websites, the use of squeeze pages, and how they put together "One Time Only Offers". Don't try to re-invent the wheel. If it works for others, it will work for you too.
 
*Offer related bonus products for free with your resale rights product to create even better value for your customers.
 
*Offer related bonus products for free with your resale rights product to create even better value for your customers.
*Look at other peoples websites, the use of squeeze pages, and how they put together "One Time Only Offers". Don't try to re-invent the wheel. If it works for others, it will work for you too.
 
*Always look at ways to build good relationships with your subscribers. Offer them free gifts or interesting articles or resources that will be of interest to them from time to time. Or produce a weekly, fortnightly or monthly newsletter for them.
 
 
*Don't be afraid to test everything. Your sales page headline, your money back guarantee, or your product price.
 
*Don't be afraid to test everything. Your sales page headline, your money back guarantee, or your product price.
  

Act Like Sasuke

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*Girls and boys may begin to find themselves attracted to you. There might be fights involved! Act like you don't even care, as if this happens to you all the time.
 
*You mustn't act like Sasuke immediately, it should take about couple months. People might think you're a poser or something similar, otherwise.
 
*You mustn't act like Sasuke immediately, it should take about couple months. People might think you're a poser or something similar, otherwise.
*Girls and boys may begin to find themselves attracted to you. There might be fights involved! Act like you don't even care, as if this happens to you all the time.
 
 
*You can have friends but acting like Sasuke may make some people hate you. Just be patient.
 
*You can have friends but acting like Sasuke may make some people hate you. Just be patient.
 
*Don't literally abandon your friends, family, or your hometown; you'll regret it. Furthermore, never affiliate yourself with the wrong crowd (like Sasuke did with Orochimaru) as you can end up arrested, hurt, or killed.
 
*Don't literally abandon your friends, family, or your hometown; you'll regret it. Furthermore, never affiliate yourself with the wrong crowd (like Sasuke did with Orochimaru) as you can end up arrested, hurt, or killed.

Be Wild at Heart

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*Dance. This is a great way for your head to get in touch with what your body wants to do in the moment, and helps you to release that physical part of yourself.
 
*Dance. This is a great way for your head to get in touch with what your body wants to do in the moment, and helps you to release that physical part of yourself.
 
*Quiet the mind. Overthinking is what is what is keeping you in your head and not within  your body and in the moment. Anything physical you can do on that note will be able to help you put you in touch with that part of you. The more thinking you do the more you will be in your head which is not what having a wild heart is about.
 
*Quiet the mind. Overthinking is what is what is keeping you in your head and not within  your body and in the moment. Anything physical you can do on that note will be able to help you put you in touch with that part of you. The more thinking you do the more you will be in your head which is not what having a wild heart is about.
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*Don't give up with whatever you do
 
*Just remember how lucky you are to have what you have
 
*Just remember how lucky you are to have what you have
 
*Be in nature. This can help you reconnect with the physical aspect of yourself.
 
*Be in nature. This can help you reconnect with the physical aspect of yourself.
*Don't give up with whatever you do
 
 
*Have fun and don't concentrate on the negative things in life!
 
*Have fun and don't concentrate on the negative things in life!
 
*Don't suffer from insanity through choice. Enjoy every minute of life. [[Image:257748951_f9e12749d2.jpg|200px|thumb|Wild & free nature]]
 
*Don't suffer from insanity through choice. Enjoy every minute of life. [[Image:257748951_f9e12749d2.jpg|200px|thumb|Wild & free nature]]

Handle Being the New Kid at School

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*The good thing about starting at a new school is that you get to start over. So, be outgoing and happy.
 
*The good thing about starting at a new school is that you get to start over. So, be outgoing and happy.
 
*Try to find the other new kids, if they're as lost as you are they'll probably be glad to find someone whose having the same problems
 
*Try to find the other new kids, if they're as lost as you are they'll probably be glad to find someone whose having the same problems
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*Be mindful that the first day is awkward for everyone, not just the new kid. So don't go in with expectations that everyone's got it down but you. You'll be fine if you're confident and kind to everyone you run into.
 
*Just enjoy the first day; you only get one first impression.
 
*Just enjoy the first day; you only get one first impression.
*Be mindful that the first day is awkward for everyone, not just the new kid. So don't go in with expectations that everyone's got it down but you. You'll be fine if you're confident and kind to everyone you run into.
 
 
*Be outgoing. It will get you noticed in a good way. Make sure you're not over excited to hang out with people -- they will want to get to know you before you join a group.
 
*Be outgoing. It will get you noticed in a good way. Make sure you're not over excited to hang out with people -- they will want to get to know you before you join a group.
 
*Be bold and never give up.
 
*Be bold and never give up.
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*Keep in mind who you are and who you want to be. It's easy to lose sight of long term goals in the moment but remember what you're at school for. Making friends is important for social wellbeing but too much of anything is unhealthy. Don't skip studying because of hanging too much with friends.
 
*Keep in mind who you are and who you want to be. It's easy to lose sight of long term goals in the moment but remember what you're at school for. Making friends is important for social wellbeing but too much of anything is unhealthy. Don't skip studying because of hanging too much with friends.
 
*You can never be too outgoing.
 
*You can never be too outgoing.
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*Don't expect everyone to like you- there will always be jerks, but so long as you're not one yourself you'll be fine!
 
*Be flexible, but remember that the person you want people to like is the real you, not someone different. A few friends who like you for who you are is so much better than lot's who pressure you to fit in!
 
*Be flexible, but remember that the person you want people to like is the real you, not someone different. A few friends who like you for who you are is so much better than lot's who pressure you to fit in!
*Don't expect everyone to like you- there will always be jerks, but so long as you're not one yourself you'll be fine!
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==

Stay Up Late Secretly

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*If you hear someone sneeze, it means that he or she is awake. You can't sneeze in your sleep.
 
*If you hear someone sneeze, it means that he or she is awake. You can't sneeze in your sleep.
*On a similar note, laptops are easily hidden by lying on top of them or pulling blankets over them. If your blanket is too thin, break up the rectangular outline with an arm or something.
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*A very common mistake is to fall asleep when doing something such as laying down while doing an activity or pretending to be asleep. Don't get too comfortable, and if you feel very tired, take extra precautions, and just to be safe, try putting your items in a safe spot and taking headphones off if you lay down; you could break your tablet screen if you fall asleep while holding it.
 
*Be careful not to spill your soda! Especially not on anything electrical/electronic. This can lead to fire, electrocution or malfunctions.
 
*Be careful not to spill your soda! Especially not on anything electrical/electronic. This can lead to fire, electrocution or malfunctions.
*A very common mistake is to fall asleep when doing something such as laying down while doing an activity or pretending to be asleep. Don't get too comfortable, and if you feel very tired, take extra precautions, and just to be safe, try putting your items in a safe spot and taking headphones off if you lay down; you could break your tablet screen if you fall asleep while holding it.
 
 
*Make sure you put everything in exactly the same place as you left it when you go to bed.
 
*Make sure you put everything in exactly the same place as you left it when you go to bed.
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*On a similar note, laptops are easily hidden by lying on top of them or pulling blankets over them. If your blanket is too thin, break up the rectangular outline with an arm or something.
 
*If you have pets, make sure when you step out of your room, they are distracted or away from you. They will possibly bark, meow, or cry.
 
*If you have pets, make sure when you step out of your room, they are distracted or away from you. They will possibly bark, meow, or cry.
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*Don't do this too often. Limited amounts of sleep are not good for your health and you could get really sick if you don't get enough sleep. Also it could affect your sleeping pattern causing you to become more sleepy during the day and less sleepy during the night
 
*Don't put off homework until late at night before it is due. A little work ahead of time can save you much sleep.
 
*Don't put off homework until late at night before it is due. A little work ahead of time can save you much sleep.
*Don't do this too often. Limited amounts of sleep are not good for your health and you could get really sick if you don't get enough sleep. Also it could affect your sleeping pattern causing you to become more sleepy during the day and less sleepy during the night
 
 
*Your parents might lose all their trust in you if they find out.
 
*Your parents might lose all their trust in you if they find out.
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*If you plan to stay awake all night, make sure you do it on a weekend night or school holidays.
 
*You may get caught if you are inexperienced at this sort of stuff, and you may get a very bad punishment, such as a grounding, or an earlier bedtime if you get caught.
 
*You may get caught if you are inexperienced at this sort of stuff, and you may get a very bad punishment, such as a grounding, or an earlier bedtime if you get caught.
*If you plan to stay awake all night, make sure you do it on a weekend night or school holidays.
 
 
*If you are bringing siblings, make sure they don't snitch!
 
*If you are bringing siblings, make sure they don't snitch!
  

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