• 00:29

    GED Prep Grammar/English/Language Class 2

    in Education

    Welcome to General Education Grammar/English. Your Instructor for this class is Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales. This class is taught in English and Spanish. In this class you will need your required and suggested materials to be proficient and successful. Attendance is very important. You are required to take this class online once per week and be in class one day per week.


    We will cover the basic principles of English and Grammar including listening, reading, writing and speaking.


    The class online is a closed forum, meaning you will not be able to ask questions of the Instructor while he is teaching. You will need to send him an email with any questions as well as a daily email to gain full credits for your attendance. The Instructor, Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales will send each of you a course syllabus and lesson plan to assist you with preparing for the class.


    Thank you for attending and we look forward to an excellent learning experience!

  • 00:29

    GED Prep/High School Diploma Prep Grammar/Language Class 4

    in Education

    Welcome to General Education Grammar/English. Your Instructor for this class is Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales. This class is taught in English and Spanish. In this class you will need your required and suggested materials to be proficient and successful. Attendance is very important. You are required to take this class online once per week and be in class one day per week.


    We will cover the basic principles of English and Grammar including listening, reading, writing and speaking.


    The class online is a closed forum, meaning you will not be able to ask questions of the Instructor while he is teaching. You will need to send him an email with any questions as well as a daily email to gain full credits for your attendance. The Instructor, Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales will send each of you a course syllabus and lesson plan to assist you with preparing for the class.


    Thank you for attending and we look forward to an excellent learning experience!

  • 00:35

    GRAMMAR; GRAMMORIA; GRAMMAIRE PART SIX = SEMANTICS

    in Religion

    GRAMMAR; GRAMORIA; GRAMMAIRE
    PART 6 OF 7

    SEMANTICS = the study of meaning.


    the study of linguistic development by classifying and examining changes in meaning and form.


    SEMIOTICS = the study of signs and symbols as elements of communicative behavior; the analysis of systems of communication, a language, gestures, or clothing.


     


     

  • 00:27

    GED Prep/HighSchool Diploma Grammar/English Class 3

    in Education

    Welcome to General Education Grammar/English. Your Instructor for this class is Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales. This class is taught in English and Spanish. In this class you will need your required and suggested materials to be proficient and successful. Attendance is very important. You are required to take this class online once per week and be in class one day per week.


    We will cover the basic principles of English and Grammar including listening, reading, writing and speaking.


    The class online is a closed forum, meaning you will not be able to ask questions of the Instructor while he is teaching. You will need to send him an email with any questions as well as a daily email to gain full credits for your attendance. The Instructor, Mr. Kenmanuel Carrizales will send each of you a course syllabus and lesson plan to assist you with preparing for the class.


    Thank you for attending and we look forward to an excellent learning experience!

  • 00:42

    GRAMMAR; GRAMORIA; GRAMMAIRE PART SEVEN = WORDS CREATE WORLDS

    in Religion

    PART SEVEN........you bring everything together!


    Syntax, morphology, phonetics, phonology and sementics!

    GRAMMAR = early 14c., gramarye (late 12c. in surnames), from Old French gramaire "learning," especially Latin and philology, "grammar, (magic) incantation, spells, mumbo-jumbo," "irregular semi-popular adoption" [OED] of Latin grammatica, from Greek grammatike tekhne "art of letters," with a sense of both philology and literature in the broadest sense, fem. adjective from gramma "letter," from stem of graphein "to draw or write" (see -graphy). An Old English word for it was stæfcræft (see staff (n.)).

    Form grammar is from late 14c. Restriction to "rules of language" is a post-classical development, but as this type of study was until 16c. limited to Latin, Middle English gramarye also came to mean "learning in general, knowledge peculiar to the learned classes" (early 14c.), which included astrology and magic; hence the secondary meaning of "occult knowledge" (late 15c.), which evolved in Scottish into glamor (q.v.).

    A grammar school (late 14c.) originally was "a school in which the learned languages are grammatically taught" [Johnson, who also has grammaticaster "a mean verbal pedant"]. In U.S. (1842) the term was put to use in the graded system for "a school between primary and secondary where English grammar is taught."

  • 00:14

    We're Back....With the Grammar Nazi

    in Film

    Actually, we will be talking about movies and current news along with updates on us, plus our future projects.

  • 00:39

    GRAMMAR; GRAMORIA; GRAMMAIRE - HOW TO JOIN LETTERS TOGETHER TO CREATE

    in Religion

    GRAMMAIRE


    GRAMMAR


    GRAMORIA


    THE JOINING TOGETHER OF LETTERS TO CREATE HEAVEN AND EARTH!
     


    GRAMMAR the study of the way the sentences of a language are constructed; morphology and syntax.

    LETTERSa symbol or character that is conventionally used in writing and printing to represent a speech sound and that is part of an alphabet.

    In addition to being the first great artist of God mentioned in the Torah, the Talmud states that Betzalel “knew how to join together the letters with which heaven and earth were created”
    (Berachot 53a).


    [C14: from Old French gramaire,  from Latin grammatica,  from Greek grammatike  ( tekhne ) the grammatical (art), from grammatikos  concerning letters, from gramma  letter]


     

  • 00:16

    What Does Nicholas Say - Reading a Book on Sharks

    in Family

    "What Does Nicholas Say" is a reading show for grammar aged kids.  Nicholas reads various books and summarizes what he read and why how it relevant to children.  He also discusses his favorite foods and things to do.  For more information about this broadcast visit www.kgcmradio.com.

  • 00:27

    The Grammar of Grief with Uma Girish

    in Self Help

    www.umagirish.com
    The Four Things That Matter Most - Lesson 1
    Thse are four simple statements that have life-changing effects when shared with loved ones before it's too late.
    "Please forgive me" is the frst lesson in Dr. Ira Byock's life-changing book "The Four Things That Matter Most."
    I will be teaching from the book and sharing a story that demonstrates how asking for forgiveness turned the situation around for all involved.

  • 00:01

    Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 02:01

    CJ Paranormal talks to David Parry

    in Paranormal

    A brief summary about David:



    David William Parry is a poet, critic, dramaturge, lecturer, actor and a priest of the Goddess Nerthus. Born in Portsmouth, England, in 1958, he moved to London in the early eighties. After graduating in Religious Studies from Kings College KQC, London, he continued his theological research at Heythrop College, London. His doctoral thesis is currently being rewritten due to the inspiration of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen.
    By profession, David teaches contemporary English literature, drama, language and semantics. As an established poet and practicing Heathen, he has given poetry readings, delivered lectures, offered sermons and performed public blots across the United Kingdom, as well as Europe, since 1996. Also, he has published a number of reviews, experimental essays, and theological comment pieces, along with two critically acclaimed prose-poetry collections, “Caliban’s Redemption” (Mandrake 2004/ Finatran 2011), and “The Grammar of Witchcraft” (Mandrake 2009). At present, he is in the process of completing two new works, “Deconstructing Mount Athos” (published spring 2015 by Traditions of Moscow) as well as "William Wordsworth and English Wicca".


    The Grammar of Witchcraft (Mandrake Press, 2009) “A haunting conceit” – Iain Sinclair.
    Caliban’s Redemption (Mandrake Press, 2004). Reviewed London Magazine by Richard Rudgley.
    Introductory Essays - The Botanist Monsieur Jordan and The Sorcerer-Dervish Mastali Shsh (Play), The Pyramid Theory of Marriage (Tony Gulvin)
    Articles - Through The Woods (literary journal), Psychic World (periodical newspaper), TEAS Magazine.

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