CCCC Fall Classes Begin Aug. 15

SANFORD — It’s time to apply for fall classes at Central Carolina Community College. Classes begin on Aug. 15.
Central Carolina Community College offers a variety of programs of study allowing students to earn a degree, diploma, or certificate.

Students CCCC Programs

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Programs are available in the following categories: Agriculture and Renewable Energy, Business Technologies, Cosmetic Arts, Engineering Technologies, Health Technologies, Industrial Technologies, Information Technologies, Public Service and Commercial Technologies, Public Safety, and Transportation System Technologies. In addition, there are educational opportunities in Accelerated Pathways, Short-Term Job Training Options, and University Transfer.
Perhaps you’re interested in Building Construction Technology. Business Administration. Cosmetology. Laser and Photonics Technology. Health Information Technology. Health and Fitness Science. Welding Technology. Office Administration. Broadcasting Production Technology. Basic Law Enforcement Training. Automotive Systems Technology. The choices are varied.
Learn more about the programs of study offered at http://www.cccc.edu/programs.
To register for a program, contact an admissions counselor at CCCC’s Chatham Campus at 919-545-8025 or 919-545-8028, Harnett Campus at 910-814-8863, or Lee Campus at 919-718-7300.
For more details, visit http://www.cccc.edu/apply. Last chance registration day will be Tuesday, Aug. 9, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the CCCC main campuses in Pittsboro, Lillington, and Sanford.
In addition, explore an array of non-credit, community courses, including high school completion, personal enrichment, professional development, and small business centers, through CCCC’s Economic & Community Development Division.

Embedded Questions

An embedded question is a question that is included inside another question or statement. They are common after introductory phrases, such as:

I wonder
Could you tell me
Do you know
Can you remember
Let’s ask
We need to find out
I’d like to know
I’m not sure
Would you mind explaining

Check out the first 20 seconds of this Information Society video clip and complete the following sentences:

I wanna know what……………………………………..
I wanna know what …………………………………….

TASK 1:
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/410-embedded-questions.htm

TASK 2: Watch the first 35 seconds of the video clip Say (All I Need) by OneRepublic. Then write 5 questions regarding the protagonist in the video. You may use any sentence starter below:
I wonder
Could you tell me
Do you know
I’d like to know
I’m not sure
Example: I wonder what his name is.
1) ______________________________________________________
2) ______________________________________________________
3) ______________________________________________________
4) ______________________________________________________
5) ______________________________________________________

TASK 3: Listen to the song and complete the blanks with embedded questions

Do you know ____________ _____________ ______________ _______________?
Do you think ____________ _____________ ______________ _______________?
Or did you trade it for something
Somewhere better just to have it?
Do you know ____________ _____________ ______________ _______________?
Do you think ____________ _____________ ______________ _______________?
You felt it so strong, but
Nothing’s turned out ____________ _____________ ______________ .
Well, bless my soul
You’re a lonely soul
Cause you won’t let go
Of anything you hold
Well, all I need
Is the air I breathe
And a place to rest
My head
Do you know ____________ _____________ ______________ _______________?
And are you trying to shake it?
You’re doing your best and your best look
You’re praying that you make it
Well, bless my soul
You’re a lonely soul
‘Cause you won’t let go
Of anything you hold
Well, all I need
Is the air I breathe
And a place to rest
My head
I said all I need
Is the air I breathe
And a place to rest
My head
Do you…

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is made up of a short verb and an adverbial particle.  Often this gives the verb a new meaning. Examples You should give up smoking. (quit) Please fill in this form. (complete) She takes aft…

Source: Phrasal Verbs