special page – subject verb, XDA and Bootcamp

special pages for my bookmarked items about that ‘subject-verb agreement’ and also the pages from ‘XDA Forum’

Subject-Verb Agreement

1. Countable and uncountable nouns
2. 20 rules about subject-verb agreement
3. countable / uncountable nouns
4. [PDF] Nouns subject-verb
5. Tips and tricks for subject verb agreement

XDA Forum

1. Flashtool Guide – HowTo for newbies
2. Xperia X10 easy rooting kit v4.0
3. 2.1 root method
4. z4root – one-click android rooting app
5. change gmail account without factory reset

Bootcamp

1. Installing Windows by using the Bootcamp on Mac
2. Deleting the Bootcamp partition

happy reading guys!

 

study #2

Guys, this is the new list for study. Updated on March 22, 2013

1. Subjunctive – English Page
2. Subjunctive
3. Amino Acids – Flashcards
4. Who and Whom
5. Who, whom and whose – English Page
6. Liposomes and micelles: Differences and similarities
7. Liposome or micelles?
8. DNA vs RNA – Differences and comparisons
9. Purines vs Pyrimidines – Differences and comparisons
10. Sometimes, some time and sometime
11. Amino acid
12. A while / Awhile
13. Yahoo! Answer – Triplet code DNA
14. pH and enzyme functions
15. YouTube – explain factors affecting enzyme activity
16. a while vs awhile
17. DNA transcription process
18. is “any” singular or plural?
19. HigherED by McGraw Hill

Happy studying this weekend!

study #1

Bookmarked items for my study needs Part #1

1. chapter 5 – the structure and function of macromolecules
2. 4 major macromolecules and their structure and fuction
3. solving logarithmic equations
4. factorization and quadratic equations | tutorial
5. factorization, factoring and factors
6. special factoring – sums and differences of cubes and perfect squares
7. functional group flashcard
8. completing the square solving quadratic equation | YouTube
9. ‘people’ – singular or plural?
10. tips on doing well in calculus
11. professional master’s in biotechnology – UPenn
12. subject-verb agreement
13. “I used to” vs “I’m used to it”
14. “If I were” vs “If I was”
15. “If I were you” and other subjunctive stumper

that’s all… thanks!