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How To: Determine the active hand for a palm reading

Palmist and astrologer Peeter John explains the right, left, and active hand for palm-reading in this how-to video. The active hand is the dominant hand which is more important to be interpreted for palmistry. This video also suggests a method for determining which is the active hand. Watch this video palmistry tutorial from Peter John and learn how to distinguish the active hand for a palm reading.

How To: Suggest a friend to someone on Facebook

Facebook is a social networking website where you can stay in touch with your friends and even make new friends. Using Facebook you can suggest your friend to some one else on Facebook. To do this first open the profile of the person you want to suggest. Scroll down and to the left you will find a link which says suggest friends to others. Click on it and this brings up a list of people who are in your friends list. Now select all the people you want to suggest this person. You can select mul...

How To: Suggest friends to new users on Facebook

In this tutorial, Christopher Prince Boucher shows us how to suggest a friend to another friend on Facebook. First, log into your Facebook account and look through your friends. Find the person you want to suggest to your friends and click on their page. On the left hand side will be a button named "suggest to friends". Once you click on this a new window will pop up and you can choose which friends you'd like to suggest this friend to. Once you pick out all friends, click "suggest" and it wi...

How To: Suggest a friend to join your Facebook page

This video demonstrates how to suggest a friend to join your Facebook page. First you find the fan page by typing the name in the search bar at the top of the page. Choose the right result. Then click on suggest friends on the left hand side the page, just under the picture. A box will pop up with all of your friends listed. You can then choose which friends that you would like to suggest to become a fan of the Facebook page. Existing fans will be grayed out so you cannot choose them again. C...

How To: Make Sure People Will Understand Your Writing by Testing Your Readability Score

There is a substantial number of helpful tools at your disposal in Microsoft Word when it comes to writing; grammar check, word count, dictionary, thesaurus, and tons more. One tool that doesn't necessarily make itself obvious is testing your document's readability. With this built-in tool, you can not only check your spelling and grammar, but also the reading level of your document.

How To: Prepare for the PSAT math section

In this video the tutor explains a four strategies for standardize tests, complete with examples of each, explained fully. The first strategy to prepare for the math section of the PSAT, is simply reading the question, and understanding what the question is asking. The second strategy the tutor recommends is that, for some questions, you choose your own numbers. One more strategy suggested is to use the figures and diagrams. The final strategy shown in the video, is to "plug in answer choices...

How To: Understand Tagalog grammar terms

This how to video describes how to understand and use Tagalog grammar terms properly. The author suggests reading the book "Conversational Tagalog" to help increase your basic understanding of the language. He then covers the use of verbs and other grammatical devices in the Tagalog language. This video is perfect for those who are studying the Tagalog language or for those who need a quick refresher. The video lasts about eight and a half minuets and leaves you with a better understanding of...

How To: Use simulations in pre-Algebra

This is a video from yourteacher.com on simulations for Pre Algebra. It explains what simulations are and gives an example problem. The teacher reminds us that it is important to remember that there can be more than one simulation for a problem. The teacher suggests a simulation for the problem given and suggests how many times to run the simulation. The teacher makes a simulation for what sex a child is by flipping a coin and suggests to flip the coin 50 or 100 times. The teacher also explai...

How To: Read sheet music on the guitar

In the studio world, and the ensemble scene, you're going to be handed ALOT of sheet music, sometimes it has only a few notes for a specific melody, and sometimes it's a whole lot of notes for the entire song. Knowing how to read these notes are important, and it can be very daunting at first, but if you practice every day anybody can read. In this video you will learn the basics of reading the notes on the staff with the note names for the treble clef.

How To: Become a Better Reader Using Apple Books' Reading Goals

Whether you've made a resolution to try and read more books this year or are just looking to set time aside to listen to an audiobook a little bit each day, building good reading habits can be tough with a busy life. However, with iOS 13, Apple Books includes reading goals, which might give you that little extra bit of encouragement and accountability to help you reach your goals.

How To: DYI Presents for Your Reunion

In an increasingly mobile and globalized world, it’s not uncommon to lose touch with people we were once close with. Juggling between job demands, family responsibilities and our own personal needs, it’s often hard to put the time to keep all of our relationships going. Nevertheless, every now and then we get to reminiscing and feel the time has come for a reunion with people from the past.

How To: Palm read Michael Jackson

Want to know what secrets are hidden in the palm of the late Michael Jackson? In this twelve-part video series by Palmistry expert & professor, Peter John, go inside the lines and creases present in the King of Pop's ever-telling hand. You'll be surprised by what Peter John finds!

How To: Teach your children to multiply early

The gentleman, acting as the Instructor, starts the session immediately by suggesting that to teach early multiplication all parents should practice a method of "Count-by's" with their children when they are very young using ones to ten, twos to twenty, threes to thirty, fours to forty, and so forth. The Instructor then demonstrates this method of counting by tens using a grid behind him on a chalkboard which depicts columns of ten elements. He counts each column from 10 to 100, and then writ...

How To: Choose cool weather veggies & flowers for your garden

The presenter, John White, explains how to choose and transplant cold weather vegetables and flowers in this video. The first vegetable he identifies is spinach. He suggests ensuring that the plant has been "hardened off" when buying transplants from the nursery. Next John presents leaf lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard as some additional vegetables. He does remind the watcher to consult the plant labels for all the spacing information they may need. Moving on to flowers, J...

How To: Make classy new fillings for your potato skins

This video brings you fresh ideas on frozen processed Idaho potato skins that are ideal for appetizers or your bar menu. It is suggested in this video many creative ways to serve Idaho potato skins. The classic way presented is Nacho Style. The chef suggests using mango, papaya or roasted pineapple salsa instead of the traditional salsa on your potato skins. Caviar and crème fraiche is another suggestion. Other interesting suggestions are caramelized onions and bleu cheese, herb goat cheese, ...

How To: Get women by creating the perfect profile headline

Ramses and Tara from Skills of the Game explain why creating an attention-getting headline is important in online dating, especially on dating sites that emphasize a headline rather than a thumbnail picture. They explain how and why a poor headline can diminish a person’s standing. They give examples of bad headlines, and suggest writing headlines that are either lighthearted or call the reader to action. After giving a few examples of good profile headlines, Tara explains why the most import...

How To: Read and write Hangul

Check out this Korean language tutorial to learn how to read and write Hangul. This is the native alphabet of the Korean language. Watch the first video in the series, "How to Read and Write Hangul." Romanization is not the most effective method of writing Korean, so learn how to read and write the Hangul alphabet with this instructional Korean video.

How To: Read music notation

Watch this music how-to video to learn how to read musical notation or sight read. This instructional video is very detailed and includes types of notes, tempo, and the staff. Reading music will be easy once you've watched this helpful music notation tutorial video.

How To: Read piano notes on a bass clef

Reading piano notes can be an important step toward understanding and playing the beautiful instrument. There are many different symbols and marks that make up certain pieces of music. So knowing how to read it is a big help, especially if you're learning to play it for the first time. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to read piano notes on a bass clef. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Remove and replace exterior caulk

In this how to video you learn how to remove and replace exterior caulk that has failed. The video suggests a putty knife and/or a utility knife. Once the caulk is removed the video suggests you use a dry clean paint brush to clear any left over. You then simply apply new caulk where needed and the job is complete. This video is about a minute and a half and is great for people learning how to maintain their homes.

How To: Create a style for tall and petite women

For all you women out there who do not fall into the normal categories, Anna Saccone offers some styling tips for both tall and petite women. For petite women, Anna suggests that you should wear just one color in order to elongate your body and fool people into thinking that you are taller. If it is not possible to wear simply one color, it is suggested that you have a 2 to 1 ratio of color in your outfit and that the colors do not clash too much, as this will seem to cut your body in half, e...

How To: Perform a mind reading card magic trick

You don’t have to be a psychic to read someone’s mind – or, at least, to make them think you’re reading their mind, as shown in this how-to video. You will need one card with an "X" on back, an envelope with "you will choose (blank card)," a duplicate of the third card, and a flat surface. Watch this video magic tutorial and create the illusion of reading someone's mind while performing a card trick.

How To: Write an effective letter of complaint

Step1. Make sure you get your facts straight. Note down the dates, names, and numbers, what was said etc while talking over the phone. It is also essential that when you present your letter of complaint that it is chalked full of facts so that when it reaches a decision maker you may get justice properly. Do not write a novel that is 30 pages. Keep it short and write in bullets. Remember that they are interested in facts only.

How To: Plan a kid safe, very green baby shower

Julie Auclair introduces authors of a book called "Celebrate Green." This book shows you how to throw a baby shower the "green" way. Guests do not realize that some of the gifts they give can be harmful, toxic, or not recyclable. You start with the three "R's", reduce, reuse and recycle. You use these to determine if a gift falls into one of these categories. They have added the three "G's", which are "good for people," "good for the planet," and "good for the community." They begin with the ...

How To: Read and write out sheet music

When playing a musical instrument, one of the most important aspect about it, is being able to read sheet music. It's used to record and guide someone when they play a particular song. In some music, it's required to be memorized, but when playing classical music with other performers, it's required to know how to read it. In this three part tutorial, you'll find out how to read and write out sheet music easily. Enjoy!

How To: Get an Italian barber shave

This video describes the process of getting a perfect Italian barber shave. The presenter suggests that shaving cream be applied with a shaving brush to loosen the facial hair and moisturize the skin. Shaving in the shower or directly after the shower is best, because the beard will have had a chance to loosen up while in the shower. The presenter then lathers up his face and shaves for a first pass. Next he will re-lather his face for a second pass. When finished shaving the second pass, the...

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