What is proper MLA formatting for a paper?
-12 point font -Times New Roman -Double spaced -Header <Name, Teacher’s Name, Subject, Date- day month year (ie. 05 January 2004) all on separate lines> -Page number <Last name Page number (ie. Smith 5) > -1-inch margins
What is a good study schedule?
Everyone has their own preference for studying and what works best for them. I like to write notecards for 45 minutes, then take a 15-minute break to eat or relax, go back and study the notecards for 45 minutes, 15-minute break, and then rewrite the note cards again to see what I know and what I do not. I repeat this process until I am able to write the cards and draw diagrams or pictures of the information I am trying to learn.
What is the difference between a homonym, homophone, and homograph?
Homonyms may be words with identical pronunciations but different spellings and meanings, they may be words with both identical pronunciations and spellings but different meanings, or they may be words that are spelled alike but are different in pronunciation and meaning. There are two subsections that homonyms split into homophones and homographs. A homophone is a word that has the same sound as another word but is spelled differently and has a different meaning. A homograph is a word that has the same spelling as another word but has a different meaning. Heteronyms- a subunit of homographs- have the same spelling, but different pronunciations and different meanings. All heteronyms are homographs, but not all homographs are heteronyms. I have created a document with these definitions and examples for each.