PMP Certification 127

Test # 127


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You are a project manager for a company that sells online music. The company is going so well that company has outgrown its I.T infrastructure. In fact the company’s current infrastructure is unable to handle the terabytes of music downloads each day. As a result company decided to give music download to 3rd party content. On your qualified seller list you have identified one potential vendor, music CM. your procure department has identified a large difference between the independent estimate and proposed vendor cost. Which of the following statements are true?

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make a silk purse out of a sow's ear
to create something valuable out of something of no value
You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear and the woman is not a good singer and will probably never sing in the choir.

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Basic English Usage
The plural ending -(e)s has three different pronunciations.
  • After one of the 'sibilant' sounds /s/, Izl, ll, /3A /tj/ and /d3A -es is pronounced hzl.
    buses/'bASiz/ crashes /'kraefiz/ watches/'wotjiz/
    quizzes/' kwiziz/ garages/'gaera:3iz/ br/dges/'brid3iz/
  • After any other 'unvoiced' sound (/pA /f/, /0/, /t/ or /k/), -(ejs is pronounced /s/.
    cups /kAps/ bafbs /ba:0s/ boo/cs/buks/
    coughs /kofs/ plates /pleits/
  • After all other sounds (vowels and voiced consonants except Izl, l$l and /d3/), -(e)s is pronounced Izl.
    daysldeizl knives /naivz/ hills /hilz/ dreams /dri:mz/
    boys/boiz/ clothes /klaudz/ /egs/legz/ songs/st»r]z/
    frees /tri:z/ ends/endz/
  • Exceptions:
    house/haus/ houses /hauziz/ mouth /mau8/ mouths /maudz/ Third-person singular verbs (for example watches, wants, runs) and possessives (for example George's, Mark's, Joe's) follow the same pronunciation rules.
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