Dps Sonipat Holiday Homework For Class - Homework for you

Homework for you

Dps Sonipat Holiday Homework For Class

Rating: 4.7/5.0 (20 Votes)

Category: Homework

Description

Тест на тему: Экзамен по билетам 9 класс

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on your school life.

Remember to say:

  • The information about your school
  • what subjects interest you most of all
  • about relationship with your classmates

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your partner have decided to go in for sport.

Before making a decision ask and find out:

  • which sport activity would be better
  • how much it costs to join to the sport club
  • where it is situated
  • how often you are going to go there

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your partner.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide what sport club you will go to.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on learning languages in the 21 st century.

Remember to say:

  • why more and more people learn foreign languages nowadays.
  • how many languages a successful professional should know? Why?
  • if language learning helps you understand other cultures and your own culture better?

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your friend want to take up a new hobby together. You are discussing possible hobbies.

Before making a decision ask your friend’s opinion about:

  • doing photography
  • painting and drawing
  • making models (of airplanes, etc)

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend.

  • discuss all the opinions;
  • take an active part in the conversation and be polite;
  • come up with ideas;
  • give good reasons;
  • find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account;
  • invite your friend to come up with suggestions;
  • come to an agreement.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about your hobby.

Remember to say:

  • why people have hobby
  • who shares your interest
  • where and how you would prefer to show your hobby

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your partner have decided to go out before or after going to the cinema. Suggest what else you might do for the evening.

Before making a decision ask and find out:

  • which film is on
  • how much it costs to get into the cinema
  • where we meet
  • what you do after the film

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your partner.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which film you would prefer to see.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on environment.

Remember to say:

  • how people pollute environment
  • how people can reduce pollution
  • why you think it is important to save environment.

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your friend are going to travel on your summer holiday.

Discuss the following options and choose one you both like most of all:

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend.

  • be active and polite;
  • agree or disagree with your friend;
  • take your partner’s attitudes into account;
  • come to an agreement.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about sports.

Remember to say:

  • whether you or your friends do any sport and what sport it is
  • what sport you like watching
  • whether people should do sport regularly, why

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You’re learning English in London. The lessons are over. On the way home you and your friend pass a cinema. You come in to find out what’s on. You want to see either a comedy or a thriller. You can’t spend more than 10$ on two tickets.

Before making a decision ask the assistant in the box office:

  • whether you can see any films right now
  • what genre the films are
  • how much two tickets cost
  • how often you are going to go there

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the assistant in the box office.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which film you want to see.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about TV.

Remember to say:

  • why TV is important in modern society
  • what your favourite TV programme is
  • what you prefer: watching TV or reading a book, why

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You want to find a summer job. Your parents allow you to work only in the morning or daytime. There are two vacancies for teenagers at the international hotel. The hotel needs an English-speaking assistant on the reception and a junior babysitter.

Ask the hotel manager about:

  • the assistant’s responsibilities
  • the junior babysitter’s responsibilities
  • the working hours

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the hotel manager.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which job you are going to apply for.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about the place where you live.

Remember to say:

  • what kind of a place it is (a city/town/village) and what it looks like
  • what it’s famous for
  • what you would show your guests at the first place and why

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You’re staying in London with a group of other students. You would like to buy a present for your friend. You know that she likes milk chocolate very much. You can’t spend more than 15$ on the present.

Before making a decision ask the shop assistant about:

  • whether they can recommend anything special for a present
  • whether they have milk chocolate
  • the price

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the shop assistant.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which chocolate you are going to buy.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about your favourite school subject.

Remember to say:

  • which of the school subjects you like most, why
  • what you do during the lessons
  • whether this subject is going to be useful for your life and career, and why/why not.

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You want to find a summer job. Your parents allow you to work only in the morning or daytime. There are two vacancies for teenagers at an international tourist agency. The agency needs an English-speaking receptionist and an English-speaking courier.

Before making a decision ask the agency manager about:

  • receptionist’s responsibilities
  • courier’s responsibilities
  • the working hours

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the agency manager.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which job you are going to apply for.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about summer jobs for teenagers.

Remember to say:

  • why teenagers do summer jobs
  • whether any of your friends/brothers/sisters do summer jobs; what jobs are they
  • whether you would like to do summer job or not, why.

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You want to buy a T-shirt for your sister as a souvenir. Your sister wears size 8. She likes bright colours.

Before making a decision ask the shop assistant about:

  • the sizes they’ve got
  • the prices
  • the colours

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the shop assistant.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which T-shirt you want to buy for your sister

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on your friend.

Remember to say:

  • description of your friend
  • what you like in him/her
  • about relationship with your friend
  • how you spend spare time with your friend

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You want to book the holiday after reading this advert:

Four days in a cottage in the heart of the British countryside. See old English villages, tea in a café and experience the peace of country life. Five nights in a bed and breakfast just 250$.

You would like to know such information:

  • what particular places you visit
  • how you can get there
  • what’s the price for lunch or dinner
  • where you can buy some souvenirs.

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of a travel agent.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on your family.

Remember to say:

  • whom your family consists of
  • speak on the relations in the family
  • how you spend weekends

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your partner have decided to eat out and go to cafe. Suggest where you go.

Before making a decision ask and find out:

  • which cafe would be preferable
  • how much it would cost
  • where you meet
  • what you order

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your partner.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide which café you go to.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about spending your free time.

Remember to say:

  • what about most popular activities
  • what you like to do in your free time
  • who shares your interests

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You are going to spend your holiday in an unusual way and you have seen the advert in the newspaper.

You want to book the holiday after reading this advert:

Two-day to southern Italy to cycle down Europe’s steepest most exciting volcano. Cycling gear and bikes provided. €300 per person. Includes insurance.

You would like to know such information:

  • what particular places you visit
  • how you can get there
  • what’s the price for lunch or dinner
  • where you can buy some souvenirs
  • what equipment you need.

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of a travel agent.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide what sport club you will go to.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on television programmes.

Remember to say:

  • what your favourite type of television programme is
  • how often you watch television
  • what you think of Russian television.

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You and your sister/brother are choosing a birthday present for your father. There are three options to choose from.

You have to decide one of them:

  • a camera
  • new stamps for his collection
  • tickets for the important football match

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your sister/brother.

  • be active and polite;
  • come up with ideas;
  • give reasons;
  • agree or disagree with your sister/brother;
  • invite your sister/brother to come up with suggestions;
  • find out your sister/brother’s attitudes and take them into account;
  • come to an agreement.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on reading.

Remember to say:

  • why people read books and what sorts of books;
  • what is your favourite book;
  • why you think people will never stop reading books (or books will soon disappear).

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

Your school authorities are planning to introduce the following changes:

  • a new school uniform
  • one hour lunch break
  • one day off school to study on your own

Discuss their strong and weak points with your friend and choose the one both of you think should be introduced first.

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend.

  • be active and polite;
  • discuss all the options;
  • explain the situation come up with your ideas;
  • give good reasons;
  • find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account;
  • invite your friend to come up with suggestions;
  • come to an agreement.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk on travelling.

Remember to say:

  • if you like to travel alone or with your friends;
  • if you have travelled outside of your country;
  • which countries you have always wanted to visit.

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

Your school classmate has a birthday soon so his friends agreed to give him a surprise birthday party. Discuss with your friend where to organize it. You can choose from:

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of your friend.

  • be active and polite;
  • discuss all the options;
  • explain the situation;
  • come up with ideas;
  • give good reasons;
  • find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account;
  • invite your friend to come up with suggestions;
  • come to an agreement.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about weather and your favourite season.

Remember to say:

  • give a brief characteristics of each season
  • say which season you like best and why
  • say if the weather changes influence your mood

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You’ve just arrived from Moscow at Gatwick airport. You can’t find your luggage.

Ask an airport officer what to do. Remember to.

  • say your name and the flight number
  • ask when and where you can get your luggage
  • say where you are going to stay (the address of the hotel)
  • ask what documents you need to get your luggage

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the airport officer.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • thank the airport officer for his/her help.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about your daily routine.

Remember to say:

  • what time you get up and go to bed
  • how long it takes you to do your homework
  • how you prefer to spend your spare time

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

This is your first visit to Japan. You are at the station. You want to go to the Tokyo Tower by train.

Ask a passing woman/man.

  • what to begin your trip with
  • how often the trains come around this time of day
  • where to get off

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the passing woman/man.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • give thanks.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about your plans for the future.

Remember to say:

  • what you want to be and why
  • when you decided to choose this profession
  • where you are going to study after finishing school

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You are in the store looking for a sweater. You see the one you like.

Ask the shop assistant.

  • if they have your size
  • how much it costs
  • if there is any discount
  • if you can try it on

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the shop assistant.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide if you take the sweater.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about pets.

Remember to say:

  • describe your pet, say what you like in it
  • explain why you think it is important to have pets
  • what you prefer: having a usual pet or an exotic animal at home

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You have come to a language school. You would like to take an English course. Your parents can pay £30 per week. You have time to study on weekdays in the afternoon

Before making a decision ask and find out:

  • greet the course administrator and ask about the school;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need: the timetable and the starting day, the price and the entrance exam (if you have to take it or not) etc.

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the course administrator.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide on the course you will take.

Task 1 (2-3 minutes)

Give a 1,5-2 minute talk about your favourite writer.

Remember to say:

  • who is your favourite writer
  • why you like his/her books; what style they are written in
  • what kind of books you prefer

You have to talk for 1,5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You are on holidays in London. You would like to go to some excursions. Find out some information what excursions are available. You can spend £25 and go on weekends.

Before making a decision ask and find out:

  • greet the school administrator and ask about what excursions are available;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need: the price and when the excursions are held, etc.

You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the school administrator.

  • be active and polite;
  • ask the questions and find out all the information you need;
  • decide on what excursion you will go.

Other articles

Homework Assignments

posted Oct 15, 2009, 1:24 AM by Sudhir Kumar

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. In tincidunt nisl felis. Praesent laoreet mollis justo id ornare. Curabitur congue, odio vel faucibus interdum, felis magna euismod ante, id dignissim lectus libero id nisl. Nunc justo arcu, eleifend in congue id, tempus et lorem. In ultricies tincidunt posuere. Duis ut commodo urna. Vestibulum tellus felis, faucibus eget blandit eu, egestas eu mi. Proin posuere adipiscing mollis. Nam sit amet neque erat. Nulla ac fringilla est. Suspendisse lacinia cursus imperdiet. Maecenas id ultricies eros. Mauris lacinia nibh et nunc porta laoreet facilisis ipsum consequat. Praesent id felis in ligula vestibulum hendrerit. Suspendisse tincidunt velit ut mi bibendum nec commodo sem consequat.

posted Oct 13, 2009, 12:58 AM by Sudhir Kumar

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. In tincidunt nisl felis. Praesent laoreet mollis justo id ornare. Curabitur congue, odio vel faucibus interdum, felis magna euismod ante, id dignissim lectus libero id nisl. Nunc justo arcu, eleifend in congue id, tempus et lorem. In ultricies tincidunt posuere. Duis ut commodo urna. Vestibulum tellus felis, faucibus eget blandit eu, egestas eu mi. Proin posuere adipiscing mollis. Nam sit amet neque erat. Nulla ac fringilla est. Suspendisse lacinia cursus imperdiet. Maecenas id ultricies eros. Mauris lacinia nibh et nunc porta laoreet facilisis ipsum consequat. Praesent id felis in ligula vestibulum hendrerit. Suspendisse tincidunt velit ut mi bibendum nec commodo sem consequat.

posted Oct 13, 2009, 12:58 AM by Sudhir Kumar

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. In tincidunt nisl felis. Praesent laoreet mollis justo id ornare. Curabitur congue, odio vel faucibus interdum, felis magna euismod ante, id dignissim lectus libero id nisl. Nunc justo arcu, eleifend in congue id, tempus et lorem. In ultricies tincidunt posuere. Duis ut commodo urna. Vestibulum tellus felis, faucibus eget blandit eu, egestas eu mi. Proin posuere adipiscing mollis. Nam sit amet neque erat. Nulla ac fringilla est. Suspendisse lacinia cursus imperdiet. Maecenas id ultricies eros. Mauris lacinia nibh et nunc porta laoreet facilisis ipsum consequat. Praesent id felis in ligula vestibulum hendrerit. Suspendisse tincidunt velit ut mi bibendum nec commodo sem consequat.

Holiday h w for class x

Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details.

Explore all your favorite topics in the SlideShare app Get the SlideShare app to Save for Later — even offline

Continue to the mobile site »

  • Upload
  • Login
  • Signup

Double tap to zoom out

Holiday h w for class x

Share this SlideShare

LinkedIn Corporation © 2016

Best DPS Swordsman class? Class and Rank - Tree of Savior

I don't quite understand some skill choices on it.

Level 3 Bash is able to knock down a target when possible, once you get the attribute.

Pain Barrier Level 2 is 16 seconds of high resistance to Knock Back/Down, an Staggers. Which is actually pretty important when you want to be steady on your feet while dishing out damage.

Thrust will be your main damage in between cool downs earlier on mainly. (Later on, like in Corsair C2, your basic attacks should make up the damage in between cool downs somewhat. Thrust also uses SP as well.)

Pommel Beat's armor penetration works on Small-Medium targets even if they're not stunned. Which is pretty useful since small-medium sized targets are common. It's good until later on when you get better skills.

Cleave increases your Critical Rate by +50. There's also the fact that it is able to hit multiple enemies at once which is useful. It also deals additional damage towards stunned enemies.

Helm Chopper stuns your target.

Warcry increases your physical attack, and reduced the enemy's physical defense.

Frenzy increases your physical attack for every hit you do on the same target. It stacks up to a specified maximum.

Seism hits multiple targets with good damage and has a chance to stun them.

You can capture enemies with Iron Hook and then use Keel Hauling for decent damage to hurt them while they are immobile. Keel Hauling also applies a bleed, the damage of the bleed is decided on your STR.

Hexen Dropper and Dust Devil are probably your main damage output besides Keel Hauling.

Double Weapon Assault will make your DPS better in between skill cooldowns.

Myoron 2015-10-22 16:42:40 UTC #8

why is corsair "rip"? because of the barb nerf?

XcuTionR 2015-10-22 16:57:30 UTC #9

savagery was so good

Mythriann 2015-10-22 17:19:37 UTC #10

Corsair is not dead. Remember most attack skills on corsair hit twice: once with weapon and once with subweapon.

Each hit is calculated by adding your base attack damage (str and weap/sub) onto the total skill damage. This means your str bonuses are added twice: once per weapon.

Remember that TOSBase only shows the skill damage without your additional base damage, and doesn't adequately express "per hit" damage with corsair skills.

Skills like Frenzy and Gung Ho will really work well with Corsair still, and its late-game damage will scale well due to STR affecting both weapons.

Currently, we have very little applied evidence to go on, so we'll have to see how Corsair is once ppl report in during CBT. Nonetheless, build theory is still strong for it.

Cecil 2015-10-22 21:39:54 UTC #11

Swordsman > Highlander > Barbarian > Barbarian > Barbarian > Doppelsoeldner


Basically its Highlander 2H mastery + Warcry + Frenzy + Deeds of Valour. However some of those skills have downtime so you'll have the highest DPS for around 40 seconds then slightly lowered DPS for 40. Also that build will make you a glass cannon, just be aware.

Mythriann 2015-10-23 00:34:43 UTC #12

@Cecil It is definitely a high DPS build, but I wouldn't say it is the highest. You suggest running this build with DEX, but that drags out your Deeds of Valor stacks. While DEX will make a swordsman survive better than using CON, the high dodge may keep the swordsman from getting all 5 stacks before the duration runs out on DoV. Nonetheless, it is still a nice damage/aspd buff, and will be able to maintain temporary big damage. Running the same build with CON limits your crit, but allows you to stack DoV consistently. As you already mentioned, survival is a bit of a problem. It may prove very effective as a DPS option with strong supports, and definitely is one of the highest DPS builds for swordsmen. With a really high evasion, the only benefit of DoV is the aspd, as it seems to be unrelated to the skill stacking, and is instead a flat bonus throughout duration.

Below, you will find a corsair build that is comparable.

www.tosbase.com

Swordsman > Swordsman > Barbarian > Barbarian > Corsair > Corsair

Jolly Roger grants a 5% damage bonus for every enemy you kill. Hitting a 50% bonus is not that hard, and each flag lasts 120 seconds, with only a 16 second cooldown. This means you can always have a flag up. It is not clear if it gives a base damage bonus too, but I notice Steparu always puts one down during a boss fight.

Dust Devil and Hexen Dropper both deal quick successive strikes, using Frenzy's bonus more often than a single-hit skill. The damage of both these attacks is deceiving, because TOSBase does not account for successive hits for the listed damage. Each hit will include your base phys damage, and a chance to crit. Both attacks are also Overheat skills, and can be used more than once before going into cooldown.

Due to Double Weapon Assault, the base attack speed of the build is almost twice as fast as a base swordsman. DoV can reach a similar speed, but I am unsure how close the two are. The faster you attack, the faster Overheat cools off, aiding further use of your Overheat skills, free of cooldown. Double Weapon Assault is the poor man's DoV, having a similar cooldown-to-duration ratio and buffing attack speed, but it doesn't have the damage buff or defense reduction. As I mentioned, this damage buff can be made up for by Jolly Roger, without lowering defense. Nonetheless, there is another benefit to Double Weapon Assault: because you will be attacking around twice for every one attack other players do, buffs to damage or attack speed from other party members go an extra mile. This means, the better your supports, the more damage you will deal. This is pretty important when you are hunting bosses in a party. When future class ranks are unloked, going for Doppel will allow you to stack DWA with DoV (assuming there aren't other options you're considering).

This build also comes with a number of crowd control options to help you live longer:
Bash (Attribute: Knockdown)
Restrain
Helm Chopper
Dust Devil

This build can effectively go DEX and STR, aiming for high evade, high damage, and high crit. With a bit of crowd control, it can survive better than most straight-edge DPS builds.

This game is very nuanced in how it handles combat and build meta. Usually, a single goal can be reached through several different ways, and that is part of the beauty of the system. Still, everything comes with a grain of salt. We are theory-crafting, and trying to account for applied in-game mechanics while we're at it. Once we get to fully apply the theory, things will change. No plan is perfect. Here is a nice video I found of a lvl.128 corsair (spear/dagger) fighting enemies 5 levels down. It doesn't use my build or anything, but it showcases Dust Devil, which a lot of people haven't seen.

daitian1126 2015-10-28 01:09:11 UTC #13

In the week before and the week after a​ holiday

Free help with homework In the week before and the week after a​ holiday, there were 10 comma 000

total​ deaths, and 4958

of them occurred in the week before the holiday.
a. Construct a 90
​%
confidence interval estimate of the proportion of deaths in the week before the holiday to the total deaths in the week before and the week after the holiday.
b. Based on the​ result, does there appear to be any indication that people can temporarily postpone their death to survive the​ holiday?

Log in to add a comment

Answers

Not sure about the answer?

See next answers

What do you need to know?

Ask your question

Ask your question

Newest Questions

Get the Brainly App:

Download iOS App

Download Android App

Get the Brainly App

This site is using cookies under cookie policy. You can specify conditions of storing and accessing cookies in your browser

DPS Pune School Holidays - 2016-2017 StudyChaCha

DPS Pune School Holidays

Re: DPS Pune School Holidays

The Delhi Public School was established in 2003 at Pune.

The School is a Co-Educational School.

It is affiliated by CBSE.

It offers education for LKG to 12th standard.

Medium of teaching is in English.

Facilities
Class Rooms
Library
Computer Lab
Science Labs
Medical
Transports
Sports

List of Holidays

DATE DAY OCCASION
08/04/2014 TUESDAY RAM NAVAMI
13/04/2014 SUNDAY MAHAVIR JAYANTI
14/04/2014 MONDAY AMBEDKAR JAYANTI
29/07/2014 TUESDAY ID/UL/FITAR*
10/08/2014 SUNDAY RAKSHA BANDHAN
15/08/2014 FRIDAY INDEPENDENCE DAY
18/08/2014 MONDAY PARIS NEW YEAR
18/08/2014 MONDAY JANMASHTAMI
29/08/2014 FRIDAY GANESH CHATURTHI
08/09/2014 MONDAY ANANT CHATURDASHI
02/10/2014 THURSDAY GANDHI JAYANTI
03/10/2014 FRIDAY DUSSEHRA
06/10/2014 MONDAY ID/UL/ZHUA*
23/10/2014 THURSDAY DEEPAVALI
04/11/2014 TUESDAY MUHARRAM*
06/11/2014 THURSDAY GURUNANAK JAYANTI
25/12/2014 THURSDAY CHRISTMAS
01/01/2014 THURSDAY NEW YEAR DAY
14/01/2015 WEDNESDAY MAKAR SANKRANTI
26/01/2015 MONDAY REPUBLIC DAY
17/02/2015 TUESDAY MAHA SHIVARATRI
06/03/2015 FRIDAY HOLI

Contact Details
Delhi Public School Pune
Vill. Mohammadwadi, Nyati County
Pune - 411 060
Phone: 020 - 26970418, 26970428
Email. info@dpspune.com

STAR WARS: The Old Republic - Best DPS Class

Best DPS Class

So basically I just want to race to 50 with a certain class. I have taken my time with healers and tanks before and it can get pretty slow. So for me, I'm here for star wars and not the story, I have listened to the story and all, but only for the MAIN quest and not any of the little boring stuff.

So I am basically wondering what is the BEST class to just race through the trash mobs and side quests?

I would appreciate any comments yet I'm NOT interested to hear, "Just slow down man and enjoy the game!"

Semper est lux in tenebris - There is always light in darkness

If you just want to blitz through solo PvE, I would go with Commando / Merc. You will have all the AOE you can handle, which will make plowing through the shedloads of trash packs at all levels go as quick as possible. You will especially appreciate the AOE damage when you hit Makeb.

To really make the most of this, go with DPS spec and a DPS companion. Since you are experienced with other classes already, you should be able to make this work very efficiently.

I know that the Sniper / Gunslinger also have AOE specs, but I am not that familiar with them as I have only played their healing ACs and not DPS. However, they do have the upside of having an unquestioned reputation for being at the top of the heap when it comes to sustained PvE DPS at endgame, and you might be very glad for that when it comes time to do the 50-55 gear grind.

On the other hand, Merc / Commando can also heal, and if you at some point decide you just can't stand doing the leveling planets anymore and want to grind flashpoints instead, then you might be glad you have the option to switch to heal spec. But that doesn't make them "better" DPS classes, just DPS classes that have the option to not DPS if you want.

If you just want to blitz through solo PvE, I would go with Commando / Merc. You will have all the AOE you can handle, which will make plowing through the shedloads of trash packs at all levels go as quick as possible. You will especially appreciate the AOE damage when you hit Makeb.

To really make the most of this, go with DPS spec and a DPS companion. Since you are experienced with other classes already, you should be able to make this work very efficiently.

I know that the Sniper / Gunslinger also have AOE specs, but I am not that familiar with them as I have only played their healing ACs and not DPS. However, they do have the upside of having an unquestioned reputation for being at the top of the heap when it comes to sustained PvE DPS at endgame, and you might be very glad for that when it comes time to do the 50-55 gear grind.

On the other hand, Merc / Commando can also heal, and if you at some point decide you just can't stand doing the leveling planets anymore and want to grind flashpoints instead, then you might be glad you have the option to switch to heal spec. But that doesn't make them "better" DPS classes, just DPS classes that have the option to not DPS if you want.

Okay, yet I had a level 26 merc before 2.0 and I wasn't really feeling like I was burning through mobs. Did 2.0 make them better?

Semper est lux in tenebris - There is always light in darkness

Sniper/Gunslinger for ranged DPS.

Sentinel/Marauder for melee DPS.

Most classes start coming into their own at around level 25-30, that's when you will feel a big difference among the classes. Before that, you're just some random guy/girl shooting/smakcing stuff.

Sniper is not that fast to level, in the late 30's it slows down a bit.

I think shadow/Assassin and Merc are the fastest, as you can stealth and kill things quick and merc just plows through in the late 20's and once you get your other non mako comp it goes by quicker

I enjoyed Gunslinger, the middle tree allows for Thermal Grenade to be tossed every other ability which burns through weaks and normals. However, their great AOE won't come until later on.

Leveling Sentinel in Focus spec was also wonderful as Force Sweep took care of everything really quickly, and the awesome defensive cooldowns allowed me to solo lots of higher level content on each planet.

I found Scoundrel and Commando to be quick just because they're good DPS and can heal, so if I wanted to do a FP for some extra XP I'd just respec heals for faster queues. Scoundrel also allowed the option to stealth by as well, allowing me to breeze through content I over-leveled from running flashpoints.

Always go with the classes that have all 3 specs as DPS like Sent/Mar Snipe/Gun. One of those 3 should always be iat the top of the DPS leaderboards because that's all they can do. It's a broken game if it isn't since the others get the added bonus of armor or healing.

(T|///////////IΓ � ‾T‾[ ███████████████████████████████████████) Only a Sith deals in absolutes.

My fastest toon to level was an Assault Vanguard but I can see the argument for Commando instead (range and spammable AoE). I found the Assault VG to have excellent single target burst for strongs and elites while also packing a tonne of AoE for mowing down groups and some 30m abilities for the outliers that pain Knight ACs. It doesn't really come into its own until you get Ionic Accelerator at 25 and the rotation can be a little boring for some people. Fair warning though, Commando is the one AC I've never played so I can't provide on a true comparison.

My fastest toon to level was an Assault Vanguard but I can see the argument for Commando instead (range and spammable AoE). I found the Assault VG to have excellent single target burst for strongs and elites while also packing a tonne of AoE for mowing down groups and some 30m abilities for the outliers that pain Knight ACs. It doesn't really come into its own until you get Ionic Accelerator at 25 and the rotation can be a little boring for some people. Fair warning though, Commando is the one AC I've never played so I can't provide on a true comparison.

Hmm, I leveled a tank vanguard to level 50 at launch yet I didn't feel like I was moving that fast. I am sure that the DPS is a lot faster yet I am not really interested in doing the same class.

Sniper/Gunslinger for ranged DPS.

Sentinel/Marauder for melee DPS.

Most classes start coming into their own at around level 25-30, that's when you will feel a big difference among the classes. Before that, you're just some random guy/girl shooting/smakcing stuff.

I enjoyed Gunslinger, the middle tree allows for Thermal Grenade to be tossed every other ability which burns through weaks and normals. However, their great AOE won't come until later on.

Leveling Sentinel in Focus spec was also wonderful as Force Sweep took care of everything really quickly, and the awesome defensive cooldowns allowed me to solo lots of higher level content on each planet.

So I've got two here that say sniper and sentinel are the best. I am leaning towards sniper due to its cover system and ranged attacks.

Sniper is not that fast to level, in the late 30's it slows down a bit.

I think shadow/Assassin and Merc are the fastest, as you can stealth and kill things quick and merc just plows through in the late 20's and once you get your other non mako comp it goes by quicker

Yet you seam to say sniper is not very good?

LucasArts, the LucasArts logo, STAR WARS and related properties are trademarks in the United States and/or in other countries of Lucasfilm Ltd. and/or its affiliates. © 2011-2012 Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd. or Lucasfilm Ltd. All rights reserved. BioWare and the BioWare logo are trademarks of EA International (Studio and Publishing) Ltd. EA and the EA logo are trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

You are about to leave this website.

This page is not meant to keep you from following the link you've clicked on. It is just a warning that you are about to leave this website. To go to this page, click the link below.

If you do not wish to follow this link, simply
close this message .

The statements and opinions expressed on these websites are solely those of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views, nor are they endorsed by Bioware, LucasArts, and its licensors do not guarantee the accuracy of, and are in no way responsible for any content on these websites.

You are about to leave this website.

This page is not meant to keep you from following the link you've clicked on. It is just a warning that you are about to leave this website. To go to this page, click the link below.

If you do not wish to follow this link, simply
close this message .

The statements and opinions expressed on these websites are solely those of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views, nor are they endorsed by Bioware, LucasArts, and its licensors do not guarantee the accuracy of, and are in no way responsible for any content on these websites.