Eladio Bobadilla, “Industrial Commission losses will hurt ...
Jane Motsinger - 13/08/2014 12:23However, recent appointments by the General Assembly will threaten policies fundamental to workers' well-being. To read more about how this is happening and its potential applications, read Eladio Bobadilla's full OpEd in ... more »
Using Google Docs for science research projects | Eladio ...
Eladio Jimenez M. - 18/08/2014 22:35Doing research that is scientifically sound and that follows the rules of scientific writing can be a tricky matter. This is even more complicated if we have to work in collaboration with others. Keeping track of the bibliography, ... more »
Clásicos de Arquitectura: Iglesia del Cristo Obrero / Eladio ...
Karina Duque - 19/07/2011 15:00Usuario de Flickr: d_dodero Una iglesia pensada para los habitantes del lugar, Cristo Obrero, diseñada por el ingeniero Eladio Dieste en 1952, se encuentra cerca de Atlántida, una de las ciudades balnearias más turísticas ... more »
Can vs To be able to?
Old Eladio - 23/05/2007 08:15Hi Eladio Unfortunately English is a little vague and inexact with regard to the meaning of can and could. If one is talking to somebody, the meaning often depends on where one puts the stress in the sentence and what is said in other clauses ... more »
What happened to you? or What did it happen to you?
Eladio - 13/08/2004 20:00Eladio, < > Yes, grammatically correct too. Here is the definition of happen: http://www.yourdictionary.com/ahd/h/h0054300.html 2. To take place. So we could write this as.... What took place? What happened? What took place here? more »
Web tools for a more efficient class. New Horizons Bilingual ...
Eladio Jimenez M. - 14/08/2014 23:34... 8.01.14 workshop ». Ver el perfil de Eladio Jimenez en LinkedIn ... EDTECH RD by Eladio Jiménez Madé is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at ... more »
Either vs Each vs Both?
Old Eladio - 14/04/2006 14:33Old Eladio: Could anyone help me on this, please? Longman dictionary gives the following two examples of the use of “either” for one and the other of two things: 1) He sat in the back of the car with a cop on either side. 2) There are shops at ... more »
Material Tour de Force: The Work of Eladio Dieste
Jonathan Tarleton - 30/06/2014 12:30Below, 2012 Norden Fund grantee Julian Palacio visits Uruguay to examine the work of engineer Eladio Dieste. Through an investigation into the material and structural innovation of Dieste's buildings, Palacio considers the legacy and ... more »