Theo's overworked computer in a spray of sparks.
Francisco's comic book collection worth $20,000.00.
To be eligible for SIMM, students must be a full-time student, have at least a sophomore class standing, be working toward a major or minor in a mass communication field, and maintain a 3.2 overall grade point average.
Potato chips too loudly to eat during an exam.
Understanding news representation and the social construction of newsmaking requires an examination of the conscious and unconscious processes involved in the mass dissemination of symbolic consumer goods. These commodities of news production and the images of social reality that they invoke are inseparable from their cultural histories. Moreover, mediated characterizations of crime and criminal justice, of criminals and social control, projected in news presentations are representations themselves of culturally shared visions accessed through commonly unfolding historical narratives, in which average people and most journalists come to know crime and justice in developed societies. In other words, crime and justice stories produced by news media for mass consumption reflect and reveal much about those societies’ views of themselves, “good” and “bad.”
A three-mile run like a marathon during a hot, humid July afternoon.
Can you ? Is something you can do? Can you ? Is there someone outside the window right now? Can you ? Do your obnoxious neighbors keep you up until 2 a.m. because they are ? Can you ? What does a person do when she's ? Can you ? Show me what is. Can you ? Bingo! Sure you can! Run five miles and you'll be panting. Can you ? Of course not! But can you ? You bet—although we don't need a demonstration of this ability. In the sentence above, therefore, there are two action verbs: and .
connects the subject, , to his state of being, anger.
, on the other hand, do not express action. Instead, they connect the of a verb to additional information about the subject. Look at the examples below: