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Two Ways of Saying 'Your'

Both su and tu are possessive pronouns or determiners that can mean "your." However, that doesn't make them interchangeable. The difference is the same as the difference between tú and usted . Tú is the informal or familiar way of saying "you" (singular), while usted is the formal way. Although there are regional differences in usage, the former is typically used with family members, friends or children, while the latter is used with others.
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Autism Awareness Printables

April is Autism Awareness Month and April 2nd is World Autism Day. World Autism Day is an internationally-recognized day for raising awareness about autism. Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a developmental disorder characterized by difficulty with social interactions, communication, and repetitive behaviors.
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Funny Christmas Quotes

Want to make witty remarks this Christmas? Ogden Nash, Dave Barry, Charles Dickens, and many other authors share their Christmas humor with you on this page. Peter Dickinson "The threat of Christmas hung in the air, visible already in the fretful look of passersby as they readied themselves for the meaningless but necessary rites of false jovialities and ill-considered gifts.
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Business Majors: General Management

What Is a General Manager? General managers organize workers, other managers, projects, customers, and the direction of an organization. Every type of business needs managers. Without a manager, there wouldn't be anyone to oversee operations, supervise employees, or perform the essential tasks that managers take care of on a daily bases.
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What Are Moon Craters? How Were They Formed?

Moon craters are bowl-shaped landforms created by two processes: volcanism and cratering. There are hundreds of thousands of moon craters ranging from less than a mile across to giant basins called mare, which were once thought to be seas. Did You Know? Lunar scientists estimate that there are more than 300,000 craters larger than half a mile across just on the side of the Moon we can see from Earth (the "near" side).
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10 Tips for Understanding Philosophical Texts

So you have a philosophical piece in your hand, for the very first time. You can see it's nothing like a novel or an encyclopedia entry. How do you approach it? 01 of 10 Reading for Understanding Tim Robberts / Getty Images First of all, a bit of context. Bear in mind that when you are reading philosophy what you are actually doing is trying to understand a piece of writing.
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