Monthly Archives: August 2012

Your Questions About An Impaired Use Of Language

August 26, 2012
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William asks…

Would you ever balk at learning sign language? And why?

i think its beautiful…and a skill that everyone should be proud to learn..
Thu, Oct 22 08:16 PM
As governments rush to roll out mass vaccinations programmes against H1N1 swine flu, one man in eastern France has launched his own campaign to limit its spread — use sign language.
Temporarily replacing the French custom of kissing cheeks with simple greetings in sign language would reduce physical contact, said Hubert Chalet, who co-founded Fais-Moi Signe (Give me a Sign), an association for people with impaired hearing.
“What if we substituted cheek-kissing and handshakes with an imaginative and colourful language such as sign language?” Chalet told Reuters by phone from Nantes in western France.
He recommends that television news programmes broadcast the sign language for simple phrases such as “Hello”, “Goodbye”, “How are you?” and “Are you sick?”.
These phrases could then be used in group situations, he said, for example when an office worker needs to greet a group of colleagues and remove the need for “banal handshakes which are not always enthusiastic”.
Promoting sign language would also help to bring the hearing and hearing-impaired worlds closer together, Chalet added.
While some may balk at the idea of learning sign language, Chalet suggests that hearing-impaired adults could be usefully employed in schools and firms to help teach the basics.
“There are enough specialised institutions … across France to spread the basic rules of sign language,” he said, adding, “I’m allowed to dream, no?”.

http://in.news.yahoo.com/137/20091022/778/tod-use-sign-language-to-help-fight-swin.html

admin answers:

I use makaton at work , i am still a novice though

at a school i worked in , all the children signed , whether they were hearing impaired or not

the christmas nativity brought tears to your eyes as they signed and sang

Ruth asks…

I received a vision in 2007 and cant find an answer from anyone in my church or anyone outside?

my belief is United Pentecostal but i don’t go by religion but that is the church i go to and believe… anyways the q is can anyone provide ideas or who i can go to or who i can contact? or something! :( its been haunting me.. well only when i feel like its time for to leave earth but turns out to be panic attack …
in i was baptized in December 25th 2006 and around 2007 i cant remember if its after February or not… i was reading the bible no clue what i was reading but i made an effort wanting to be with God etc.I looked up to look outside of the window and all of the sudden i got which i only heard and read once about but never knew it still exist and really surprised me… a vision… with my eyes open and i was not sleeping! all i did was look up!
it went like this
an image appeared like a fade in it was white, foggy and misty looking then it faded out

second image faded in ( not sure if i remember this had it on paper long ago cant find it)
i definitely remember the white stage outdoors a pair of feet between bottom of microphone stand ( don’t remember if male or female.. sorry) the crowd i cant quite remember if they were all or mostly dressed in black business clothing but i do remember all of the hairs were black and were Asians then the image faded out

third image faded in:
Tan colored ancient continent of china but it looks sandy ( not the color but sand) and the lettering was black cant remember the style of the lettering then it faded out…

that is all i got then next thing i know im still looking outside of the window and blinked a few times then i realized i heard and read that visions exist…

please don’t be negative of my lack of English skills is not my best language… im not typing this for fancy words im desperate… ive prayed… also another question does anyone know anything about Pentecostal or other believers living underground spread the word of God etc in some parts of China? i just heard about it not to long ago anyone know anything about or know anyone there who i can reach to see if the vision for them not for me?… also im hearing impaired i also use ASL(American sign language) (which is no longer fluent used to be my main language but been around hearing people 24/7 and hardly no deaf people…only have one friend… ) anyways if that helps any and yes i speak English just seeing if any thing like this helps to figure out what the vision is… thanks for your time to read anything will help! :) have a wonderful blessed night err morning…

admin answers:

The vision is not for someone else, it is for you.

Some visions are warnings (learned that the hard way).

Some visions are never understood.

I get my best understandings but writing down exactly what I saw, and then by reading it back outloud to myself I “hear” the important parts of it.

In your case since you use ASL this could all be different or it might work the same by whatever method you use, maybe have someone sign it back to you, for you?

What took you so long to ask? And if you belong to a Pentecostal church (which believes in all the gifts of the Holy Spirit – present day) what’s wrong with your Church that you can’t ask elders there?

Seeing the feet thing may just have been the presense of angels standing by. And that very much could have been a thing for that day only (or to give you confidence in your life).

I had a similar experience not long after I became born-again too (long ago). But the person who gives “understandings” (explainations) of these things is most often God. Ask Him and then trust Him to let you know when He wants you to understand.

Daniel asks…

Evaluate ALICC which is used for evaluating children’s conversational skills?

I’m doing an esssay and for part of it it asks us to use the ALICC (analysis of language impaired children’s conversation, Adams 2002) to analyse a child’s conversation but then asks to evaluate the ALICC as a form of evaluation??? It’s only short but I don’t understand it as it is lol. Can anyone help me?

admin answers:

Maybe your prof wants your opinion backed with facts. Are their journals which state if it’s good? Is there a better assessment.

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Your Questions About Carnitine

August 25, 2012
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Chris asks…

Are short chain fatty acids transported into the mitochondria using the carnitine shuffle?

I thought that short chain fatty acids were activated in the mitochondria, but whereabouts in the mitochondria? Do they enter the carnitine shuffle at any point or is this just for long chain fatty acids?

admin answers:

No – In order for beta-oxidation to begin, fatty acids are first activated by an acyl-coenzyme A synthetase, which uses ATP to produce a reactive fatty acyl adenylate that further reacts with coenzyme A to create a fatty acyl-CoA. There are different acyl-coenzyme A synthetases for the different lengths of fatty acids. Short and medium chain fatty acids are capable of diffusing directly into the mitochondria and are then activated by acyl-coenzyme A synthetases in the mitochondrial matrix. Long and very long chain fatty acids are activated by acyl-coenzyme A synthetases on the mitochondrial outer membrane. Transport of long and very long fatty acids into the mitochondria then requires carnitine O-palmitoyltransferase I and II, which combines fatty acyl-CoAs with carnitine to form acylcarnitines. Acylcarnitines can then be transported into the mitochondria using the carnitine acylcarnitine translocase enzyme.

Ruth asks…

Which of the following statements best describes the role of carnitine in the body?

1. Carnitine is a coenzyme needed for anaerobic metabolism.
2. Carnitine is a high-energy compound that can be rapidly break down to make ATP.
3. Carnitine is needed to transport fatty acids into the mitochondria for metabolism.
4. Carnitine prevents lactic acid from accumulating in the blood.
I think ( hope ) it’s 3.
Don’t click on the link ( if it comes up ) with the first response, it’s a pathetic person with a pathetic virus

admin answers:

My answer is 3.

3 is the correct sentence, I think.
1 is wrong because carnitine is not for anaerobic metabolism.
2 is wrong because carnitine is not a high-energy compound.
4 is wrong because it is vitaminB1 which prevents lactic acidosis.

Linda asks…

What age con you start taking l-carnitine?

Im 15 and I weight 220 lb. I exersise everyday and hava a regular diet but I cont loose weight son I heard about l-carnitine an Im not sure if I should take it.

admin answers:

14 i was in the army corp so could you handle it i will give you a guaranteed routine to make you cry but give you results.

10 cross sit ups, 10 push ups, 10 chin bars, 20 squat thrusts, 15 star jumps, do this 3times daily for 1 week

week 2 double the amount

week 3 triple the amount

week 4 100 sit ups, 40 clap press ups, 40 chin bars, 50 star jumps, 100 suicides, continue this routine and watch your back work

within 3 months you will be like an ox

now substitute elements take L-Carnitine this turns fat into muscle rapidly, 2 raw eggs mixed with milk will give you enough protein per session, take this substance 2 daily, breakfast should be just plain pasta,
Eat plenty of banana’s this helps with your metabolism.

Ok you want to aim to be jogging 1.5 miles in 15mins don’t sprint take your time otherwise can do bad damage

Ok i hope this helps if need any more tips i can set a proper routine for you to follow, with guidance everyday

IF DO IT EVERY NIGHT YOU DONT GIVE YOUR MUSCLES CHANCE TO REPAIR, ALWAYS HAVE 2 DAYS REST THEN CONTINUE

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Your Questions About If You Choose To Answer This Question At Random

August 24, 2012
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Maria asks…

If you choose an answer to this question at random, what is …?

… the chance you will be correct?

A) 25%
B) 50%
C) 60%
D) 25%

admin answers:

None of the above, answer is 0% since this question does not actually contain a question that could be answered correctly.

Mandy asks…

If you chose an answer to this question at random, what is the chance you will be correct?

A) 25%
B) 50%
C) 60%
D) 25%

Source: Best statistics question evar
Try not to think too hard.

admin answers:

I think my brain blew a gasket

Helen asks…

Is a random answer the answer to this question?

I found this question on google plus while trying to find out if 10% of 10 is the same percentage if ten was 100?

If you choose an answer to this question
at random, what is the chance you will be
correct?

A 25%
B 50%
C 60%
D 25%

If its asking for a random answer any answer like Tablecloth or earwig is the correct answer as they are both random answers and correct, so you would be %100 correct. Its not asking you to choose from A,B,C,D, if you did

A+B+C= 100% and is also a random answer, any answer is 100% correct. this the answer

admin answers:

Yes and C

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Your Questions About For Those I Love I Will Sacrifice

August 23, 2012
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Donald asks…

Can someone fluent in German please tell me how to say: for those I love, I will sacrifice ?

It’s for a tattoo, please help!

admin answers:

Für diejenigen, die ich liebe, werde ich Opfer bringen.

Helen asks…

How do you say “for those I love I will sacrifice” in Irish?

does the B have to be capitalized in Beidh for it to be correct?

admin answers:

Do na breá liom Beidh mé sacrifice

Mary asks…

Does anyone know how to translate “For those I love, I will sacrifice” to Gaelic?

I‘m Irish, but doesn’t necessarily know the Gaelic language. I want to get this phrase in the Gaelic language, so can someone please help? I would prefer a real answer instead of a guess.

admin answers:

Airson iadsan air a bheil gaol agam,iobraidh mi.
But,since you’re Irish,I guess it’s really the Irish Gaelic translation you’re wanting.

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Your Questions About Google Voice

August 23, 2012
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Joseph asks…

How does google voice work with my cell phone?

I am wanting to you google voice but I would like to know a little more about it. I want to know if someone calls my google number and I answer it on my cell phone will my cell phone company charge me for the minutes I use?

admin answers:

Yes your regurlar service minutes will kick into effect.

With Google voice however, you can add a home or office phone to be linked to that one number.
So if you answer your cell phone you can actaully seemlessly tranfer the call to the home or office and the caller will never know. That will save your cellular minutes.

Lizzie asks…

How do you use google voice to automatically forward text messages?

I heard that google voice can do this and also where do I get google voice from? (I’m on a iPhone 4)

admin answers:

Iphone apps.

Mary asks…

How can I stop calls to my regular number from forwarding to google voice?

I set up a google voice number so that I can take business calls on my personal cell phone and have a separate voicemail for business calls. However, when someone calls my personal phone number (not my google voice number) it forwards them to my google voicemail. Is there a way to have only calls from my google number forward to my google voicemail?

admin answers:

Call your cell phone provider dial 611 and ask them how to reset your voice mail to go to the the default service. If you list your provider maybe I could tell you.

For sprint dial *38, wait for the beeps and hang up. Inbound calls should now go to Sprint’s voicemail system. If not, call Sprint customer service, and ask them to remove the Google Voice feature code from your account and reset your Sprint voice mail.

Verizon
Turns out the *73 turned off the “conditional call forwarding”

on android
Home screen -> Menu -> Settings -> Call -> Voicemail Service. Select the dropdown button and choose My Carrier.

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