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These notes cover the history of packaging and all of the important information that Professor Koning specifically pointed out for exams.
These notes cover all of the highlighted material that Professor Koning talked about in class including packaging classifications and types of packages.
These notes cover the highlighted points made in class from lecture. These notes cover The Role of Packaging in Marketing, Equity, and Persona.
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These are the highlighted notes from Lecture 5 on September 15th. These notes cover and highlight all of the important information Professor Koning covered about Wood Packaging.
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This is a study guide for all of the material covered in class to prepare for Exam 1.
These notes are from the first week of my Japanese class. These notes explain classroom etiquette, how to introduce yourself in Japanese, how to bow and when, the characters in the Japanese language and what each category is used for, types of strokes, and finally greetings from Genki Textbook.
These notes are great for beginning Japanese students, or anyone interested in learning more about th
These notes cover classroom setting expressions. Sentence Construction X wa Y desu. How to say "how are you?", How to tell nationality, and academic major.
Finally it ends with a sample dialogue using the X wa Y desu sentence structure.
Helpful for beginners learning Japanese, basic notes from JPN 101 day two.
These notes cover numbers, how to use X wa Y desu to ask for phone number, year in school, and age.
I give example dialogues and answers for each category, along with vocab for each section.
These notes extensively cover pronunciation and spelling. The focus is on pitch accent, double consonants, and long vowels. I use a lot of external sources and bring them all together to help better learn the concepts.
I also introduce telling time, and a dialogue of how to ask the time for another place.
These notes cover questions (Y/N answers, nan/nani, and choices). I give dialogue for each type.
I finally give a long dialogue example.
These notes cover the particle no and it's many uses.
These notes cover particles used. I explain the difference between grammatical particles and sentence final particles. I give examples.
I also introduce how to negate a sentence.
These notes cover the three ways to refer to things, I give visuals and examples.
I also explain how to refer to buildings or places. and the difference between places and things.
Finally, I include example dialogue of how to ask where places are located.
These notes go over verb conjugation, verb forms, dialogue with verbs, minutes, and a dialogue on how to tell someone when you do things (with minutes)
This is an in detail breakdown of the study guide given to us in class
These notes cover the ni particle, where I give examples of when to use it. I also explain specific, unspecific, and approximate time. I give a dialogue to show when to use NI and when not to.
Also cover a little bit about the particle de.
This is a study guide that goes over some of the main concepts of lessons 1-3. I do not know what will be on the test this is not a guarantee that these concepts will be on the test. But this should c
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These notes cover frequency adverbs, invitations, contrasting particle wa, and other particles we've covered.
I give specific examples and dialogue for each section. Hope this helps!
These notes cover extra words that can be used in conversation. I cover the oral midterm possible questions in hiragana and give possible answers for them.
These notes cover paper and paperboard
These notes cover Packaging in the UK
These notes cover rigid plastic packaging
These notes cover Flexible packaging
This study guide is a study guide of highlighted notes for PKG 101 Exam 2
These notes give hints on what to look for. How to ask about someone's day yesterday, location words, questions and answers for the past time, compliments on things people have, particles we've learned and what they mean, or cannot mean.
Hopefully these are helpful to you as they were to me!
These notes cover the highlighted Healthcare Packaging Notes
This is a study guide for PKG Exam 3
These notes cover Automotive and Industrial Packaging.
These notes cover distribution packaging