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What are the three wishes you have for your life?

What are the three wishes you have for your life?

Wish #1: I wish for the Genie to stay free as long as the Genie wants. Wish #2: I wish for the Genie to be freed. Wish #3: I wish for the Genie to have the life it wants.

What would you wish for Genie?

“I would like to wish for myself. I would like to have everything I want — first is staying World Champion. “Also, I would like to wish for myself to meet someone special — one man who loves me and can be a good lover. I wish he could take care of me regardless if I can work or not.”

How do you write wishes?

Write down your wishes, 20 answers to each of the questions….Take sheets and a pen and write questions as a hint to generate ideas:

  1. What I want to do?
  2. What I want to try?
  3. What I want to learn?
  4. What are my material desires?
  5. What I want to change?
  6. What cool wishes I would have fulfilled?
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How do I write a wish list?

Be honest with yourself. Alexandra: One of the items on my wish list is, «I Want to do an interview». This is an arrogant desire….How to write a list of 100 wishes

  1. What I want to do?
  2. What I want to try?
  3. What I want to learn?
  4. What are my material desires?
  5. What I want to change?
  6. What cool wishes I would have fulfilled?

What do you do when a genie appears to you?

A genie appears and gives you 3 wishes. You have 2 wishes that will do exactly what you wish for, but the third destroys humanity. What do you… I meet a genie who grants me three wishes, I make some random wishes for the first two and ask him to become my slave and grant me unlimited w…

Do deaf students learn to read at appropriate levels?

“Learning to read at age-appropriate levels is a problem for many, but not all, students who are born deaf. Regardless of whether they speak or sign, the median reading level of deaf students indicates subpar achievement. Approximately 10\% of deaf students read beyond an eighth grade level ( Traxler, 2000 ).

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What is the correct way to refer to deaf people?

“Deaf” and “deaf”. According to Carol Padden and Tom Humphries, in Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture (1988): We use the lowercase deaf when referring to the audiological condition of not hearing, and the uppercase Deaf when referring to a particular group of deaf people who share a language – American Sign Language (ASL) – and a culture.

What is a deaf/hard of hearing student (DHH)?

Deaf and hard of hearing students (DHH) are a heterogeneous group. Is their loss mild/moderate/severe/profound? Are they pre-lingually deaf (e.g., rubella) or was their loss acquired later (e.g, ototoxic medications, meningitis)? What was the age at diagnosis? Is it sensorineural or conductive? Did they learn a sign language from birth?