Where do you stand activity?

Where do you stand activity?

The activity Where Do You Stand? allows students to explore the gray areas that lie between black and white polar opposites of an issue. It asks each person to find a place on the continuum between absolute agreement with a position and absolute disagreement.

Is it grammatically correct to say me and John?

So, it’s correct to say ‘John and me’ or ‘my family and I’, not ‘me and John’ or ‘I and my family’. The correct answer would be: “John and I”. The two personal pronouns I and me are often used wrongly, usually in sentences in which I is being used with another noun.

What is the difference between he is and he’s?

They mean the same thing: “he’s” is a contraction of “he is.” “He’s” is how it is usually spoken (at least in informal/conversational speech) and so “he’s” is also frequently used in written dialogue. In more formal writing you generally would use “he is” and not the contraction.

What does he mean in texting?

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How do you use he’s in a sentence?

He’s is the short form of ‘he is’ or ‘he has’. For example: ” Don’t be scared – he’s very friendly.” His is a possessive pronoun, it is used to show something belonging to or connected with a man, boy or male animal that has just been mentioned. For example: “Mark just phoned to say he’d left his coat behind.

What does it mean to take a stand against something?

take a stand against (someone or something) To publicly assert one’s strong rejection of or opposition to someone or something.

What the difference between his and he’s?

‘He’s’ is only a contraction of he is or he was…or he has. So, if you are not sure if it’s his or he is, just try to replace he’s with he is/was or he has. He’s is used to define the state in which someone is. His is a possessive adjective used to define the belongings of a certain individual.

Is it me and Joe or Joe and I?

In sentence a), Jenny and me/I are the subjects of the verb joined. Therefore, the subject pronoun, I, is considered correct. You will certainly hear native speakers say, “Jenny and me,” and it may be acceptable in spoken English, but most traditional grammarians and English teachers will disapprove.

Which counts more taking a stand or winning?

Taking a stand means more to our society today instead of winning simply because of all the determination, courage, effort and time they put into trying to make a difference. If the person were to try their absolute best and fail it is still extremely admirable for them to make the sacrifices they have made.