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A wide variety of foreign language teaching methods developed in the 20th century. This fact strongly influenced the process of second language teaching and learning. Teachers choose the method that seems to them the most convenient and appropriate. However, it is a quite subjective and individual process. Basic teaching methods can be classified into the following categories:
1) structural methods: the grammar-translation and the audio-lingual method;
2) functional methods: situational language teaching;
3) interactive methods (communicative language teaching, direct method, language immersion, natural approach, proprioceptive language learning method, silent way, storytelling, teaching...
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Foreign studies about Academic Performance And Objectives
Louisiana studies show foreign language students outperform their non-language peers on standardized test measures.
•Bureau of Accountability (1984)
•Eileen Rafferty (1986)
•Mic Lang (1990)
The LDE, Bureau of Accountability (1984) conducted a study comparing the attainment rates and scores of 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade foreign language and non-foreign language students in reading, writing and math. It reported the number and percent of students reaching and not reaching a 75% performance standard on the Louisiana Basic Skills Testing Program during the 1983-84 school year. In each instance, FL students...
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Research Paper: Does Twin Language as child effect language later
October 4, 2013
To me personally Twins is an interesting topic because I have a twin sister. Although we are not identical, we are so much alike. Language and communication are also important because they are the foundation of a society. A society must have credible and solid language. I wanted to research the communication between twins, because I wanted to know if being so close to one person effected their communications with others. Does the bond that twins have restrict them from closely communicating with someone that is not their twin? It’s suggested that growing up all...
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GE1132 Mind, brain and language 09.03.2015
Semester B 2014/2015
Rianne Okkema, 40070660
Mind, Brain and Language
Thinking through language (Bloom and Keil 2001)
My little nephew of two years old has begun talking in Frisian, the native language of people from the northern part of The Netherlands. For many people from this part of the country, Frisian and Dutch are their mother tongue because Dutch is the official language of The Netherlands. A lot of children, like my nephew, begin learning and speaking Dutch only when they enter school. In a couple of years my nephew will start his school life; will the change of knowing not one, but two languages in this young age...
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This report provides a complete picture of foreign languages in foreign countries of the European Union, combining statistical data and qualitative information describing the language skills of Europeans, the foreign languages known, first foreign language, second foreign language, other foreign languages, perception of foreign languages, opinions of parents, learning foreign languages and benefits. In addition, the report contains several charts useful to identify the correct language information. This information has been obtained from various sources, including Eurostat, the European survey on language skills (European Survey on Language Competences - ESLC).
This survey was attended by...
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Other materials that need to hand in:
Beyond Blogspot statement:
My abstract is definitely beyond the Blogspot. In the Blogspot, the author discussed the controversial question “does language effect/reflect thought” by mentioning a few research results that are in favour of the Whorf hypothesis, but also pointing out that the language pattern/structure does not affect how people perceive an event. In my opinion, thoughts are always being expressed by language, therefore it is much harder to figure out the relationship between language and thoughts because they are too closely link to each...
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North Frisian as an Endangered Language
Despite the North Frisian language being classified as an endangered minority language confined to a small region in Northern Germany and having fewer speakers annually, as newer generations are born and learn more established Germanic dialects, there is a strong movement dedicated to preserving the language from the German government as well as international organizations through the implementation of academic programs, transcription of manuscripts, dictionaries, and literature, and extensive assistance from existing native speakers, which intends to maintain an active interest in and use of the language.
A language becomes endangered when its...
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Based on the theories of first and second language acquisition, how do you think the average Malaysian student learn English? Discuss your reasons.
Young children are natural language acquirers; they are self-motivated to pick up language without conscious learning, unlike adults. They have the ability to imitate pronunciation and work out the rules for themselves. The idea of “English is difficult” does not occur to them unless it’s suggested by adults, who themselves probably learned English academically at a later age through grammar-based text books.
The advantages of beginning early
Young children are still using their individual, innate language-learning...
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Total physical response
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Total physical response (TPR) is a language-teaching method developed by James Asher, a professor emeritus of psychology at San José State University. It is based on the coordination of language and physical movement. In TPR, instructors give commands to students in the target language, and students respond with whole-body actions.
The method is an example of the comprehension approach to language teaching. Listening serves a dual purpose; it is both a means of understanding messages in the language being learned, and a means of learning the structure of the language itself. Grammar is not taught...
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College of Distance Education
NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
IT’S ABOUT TIME THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IMPLEMENTED MANDATORY FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR ALL MEMBERS
Samuel W. Bettwy
Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate, U.S. Army Reserve
A paper submitted to the Faculty of the Naval War College in partial satisfaction of the requirements of the Department of Joint Military Operations.
The contents of this paper reflect my own personal views and are not necessarily endorsed by the Naval War College or the Department of the Navy.
Signature: s/ Samuel W. Bettwy
28 January 2013
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1.1. Background of the Study
Language is important to communication between human. Many students speak more than one language in their classroom activities, even if their study about English language. During their learning activities, they switch or mix between two or more than language. Even the differences between two languages are great, there is a possibility to mix and switch the languages. For example,( Indonesian language and English language have different pronunciation, intonation, grammar, and different way in arranging word into sentences.
The function of language is for communication between human being. So, people as the social human need to...
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Building Vocabulary for ELLs in the Pre-Production and Early Production Stages
Grand Canyon University ESL-433N
August 30, 2015
The capabilities of learning to write will come natural for each individual child a natural skill not a learned skill from a child’s family and culture environment Skills in writing need to be repeated , and repeated in order for teachers to see the experience writer in a child. Children whom are able to retell stories can remember information ( ).
Sometimes problems can arise for children...
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1. Define the meaning and function of figurative language and literal language.
Figurative language and literal language are different ways of analyzing the meaning of languages in various traditions. literal language refers to words that do not deviate from their defined meaning. Whereas figurative language refers to words, and groups of words, that exaggerate or alter the usual meanings of the component words. Figurative language may involve analogy to similar concepts or other contexts, and may involve exaggerations. Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else, we are using figurative language.
The function of literal language is to present word or groups of...
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RISING TO THE CHALLENGE
Choosing to return to school can be a life-changing decision, whether it’s been one year since you graduated or a decade since you sat in a classroom.
There are significant challenges posed to adults who decide to pursue education. The good news is these challenges are being recognized by many educational institutions, and non-traditional educational opportunities are becoming widely available. School and institutions are realizing the increasing importance of making learning accessible to everyone and are, consequently, offering more flexible options for students. Many institutions offer evening and weekend classes, as well as online or distance...
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Hassiba Ben Bouali University
Common trunk of human sciences
Level: First year
English language Learning is widely spread over different parts of the world. It is taught as a foreign language in many countries. In many others, it is not only considered as a part of their culture, but it is also used as a second language. These are called the Commonwealth of the English language speaking countries.
The English language learners are often seen as the best judges of their own needs and wants...
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Explore how Bhatt powerfully communicates the culture of India and loss of language in the poem A Different History.
Sujata Bhatt begins to communicate the loss of culture and language by separating her poem into two stanzas. She indents the second stanza to segregate them both and illustrate that there is a clear difference between the significance of each. She does this to show that the first stanza is a symbol of those unaffected by globalization and the Western society, those who have maintained their ‘original culture’. She then uses the second stanza to contradict this by making it about those who chose to migrate away from India and are bound or are in favour of International...
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Language is the only way by which we can express our emotions, thoughts, desires, ideas, and feelings. It is a system for communicating ideas and feelings using sounds, gestures, signs or marks. Estimates of the number of languages in the world vary between 5,000 and 7,000 with English being the most popular. English may not be the most spoken language in the world, but it is the official language in a large number of countries. Throughout the world, when people with different languages come together, they commonly use English to communicate whether it might be spoken through physical interactions or putting words together. The three types of languages that I use to communicate are English,...
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LANGUANGE: “What are the effects of Gay Language in Filipino Language?”
Ms. Jaja Tizon
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment
of requirements for the Bachelor in Science of Tourism Management
in Colegio de San Lorenzo
Dec. 15, 2014
This thesis is tackles about the study of Sward speaks or Gay Language is consumption by second year students of TSM-B in Colegio de San Lorenzo who is currently taking up the subject Cultural Anthropology. A study to understand more of the slangs and terms that made by gays. This study differs to...
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Computer and its components
Computer : Computer itself a combination of different type of separate electronic device. i.e. Computer only will be computer if it has INPUT DEVICE, PROCESS UNIT, and OUTPUT DEVICE.
Central Processing Unit (CPU) : It is heart and mind of the computer without this unit computer unable to process.
Keyboard : This is an input device which is used to input the data into the computer.
Mouse : This is also an input device which is used to input the data into the computer.
Monitor : This is an output device which is used to show the result of the instructions. There are variety of monitor available in the market such as, CRT Monitor, LCD Monitor, Touch...
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Language is what binds us to our culture and ancestors. It’s what shaped our attitudes, beliefs, values, and understanding of what is truth. Our language is the ‘heart’ of who we are as a person. But language also depends on how your family interferes with it. How you expose yourself to it and how you observe and understand it. It can both isolate us and bring us closer together. But without our languages, would we all be with no identity?
Half my family speaks German, I do not. This has made me feel like I had no identity, when surrounded by Germans for many years, but have this also affected who I am overall? My father tried desperately to teach me German as a child, but as stubborn as...
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Language lies at the root of that transformation of the environment that we call ‘civilization’.
How is language encouraged in the Montessori prepared environment?
Language is something that I can’t explain. It is absurd for me. What I know is I am able to speak to communicate what is on my mind to other people, but the process how did it happen I barely remember it. Before I learn about Montessori, I used to think that language is something that comes naturally. I thought it was something ridiculous if children learn how to write and how to read in early age because I was thought that eventually children could done it easily. Well, I guess I was wrong all this time and sure I am...
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Caxton’s eggs language trail
Exploring the roots of standardisation
Enormous variation, both synchronic and diachronic*, is a key quality of Middle English, and really defines this period of language change.
Patterns of conquest, invasion and settlement had had an enormous impact on people’s lives in the 8th to 11th centuries, but these were played
out linguistically in Middle English, in texts from the 12th century through to the middle of the 15th century. At the turning point from Middle
English to Early Modern English, we need to consider what new catalysts brought about the next phase of language change.
*Diachronic means studying the language as it changes...
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26 July 2014
Bilingual, Bilingualism, and a Forgotten Language
In the essays “Aria: a Memoir of a Bilingual Childhood” written by Richard Rodriguez and “Loss of Family Languages: Should Educators Be Concerned” written by Lily Wong Fillmore, the authors are concerned about immigrants forgetting their native languages as they get Americanized. Both authors are targeting a mature audience of immigrants, which have come to America to become citizens. Both authors use concerned tone with hopes that their audience will want to contribute to change. Furthermore, Fillmore draws her evidence from stories of other writers’ essays. Rodriguez, on the...
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The article that I chose to summarize is “Facing Poverty with a Rich Girls Habits” by Suki Kim. I feel as though the main point in this essay would be the difficulty in transitioning from a rich girl in Korea with limos, maids and a governess, to living in the U.S poor. Not speaking the language and having to do everything for themselves. In Korea the Kim family had wealth and all of the luxuries that came with it and we forced to flee to the U.S when the father went bankrupt because bankruptcy was punishable by jail time.
The author took public transportation for the first time at 13 years old. This was strange for her because before she was driven to school. She also had difficulties...
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There are many different types of communication, such as verbal, graphical and technology. In this piece of work I am going to assess what they are used for and when they would be used effectively. I am going to give information on six different types of communication and examples of how, where and when they could be used best in a health and social care setting.
There are two types of verbal communication the first is one to one communication and the second is group communication.
One to one verbal communication is between two people using words to talk to each other, this could be in an interview, involving many different types of skills such as good concentration skills, high...
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Bursting the Antibacterial Bubble
The speaker for the speech entitled Bursting the Antibacterial Bubble use very clear and vivid language. A couple of examples from the text include “today millions of Americans are trying to build a bubble around themselves and their families to keep out germs. The bubble is not made of plastic, however, billions of dollars’ worth of antibacterial hand wipes, tissues, soaps, and sponges.” The language included in this speech tends to be very clear out and supported with numerous facts. The speaker does little to embellish and only uses heavily emotional words on spare occasions. The organization of this speech was very through and included all of the...
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Assess Leslie's teaching using the effective teaching characteristics outlined in Figure 11.1.
Ms. Leslie was teaching a teaching a group of students, the student had a problem understanding the English class work. Ms. Leslie wrote on the board two type of sentences one was correct and the other was wrong. As a class Ms. Leslie had each student to explain the sentences, once everyone was finish. As a group they discuss the sentences. When Ms. Leslie explain the difference of the sentences the class as a whole understood the lesson better.
Teacher planning, teaching strategies, and assessing learning are the three dimensions for which the most evidence exists....
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* "[O]ne of the functions of phonetic stress is to make words understandable. This kind of stress, known as word-level stress, is actually part of a word's pronunciation. It may also serve to differentiate words that are similar. For example, We're going to record a record, the two similar words are stressed differently so that the first record is stressed on the second syllable (vowel reduction in the first syllable also assists in helping us to assign stress to the second syllable), whereas the second record is stressed on the first syllable (with vowel reduction in the second syllable). All words of more than one syllable have a prominent or stressed syllable. If we pronounce a word with...
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Analysis of the Ways of Speaking and Other Cognitive Behaviors of the Patients of Broca's Aphasia and Wernicke's Aphasia.
An Empirical Study Submitted in Partial Fulfillments
of the Requirement for the Course:
Sociolinguistics and Psycholinguistics
of the Masters of Arts
In the Department of English Language and Literature
Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University
Md. Afaz Uddin
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353 Listening Log
Name: Joanne Wu
Total time: 399 mins
(Please delete this example when creating your own log.)
Date: 5/11Time:20:5920:5920:5920:59Level:2 | Title: Source/Link: Source Time: | Vocabulary:NonverbalPowerfulPowerlessHormone |
| Notes:The speaker talked about two different body languages, one is high power posed and the other one is low power posed. They showed totally different. For example, when we won the match, we automatically high our hands to show that we are happy. This posed is universal. On the other hand, when people felt sad, they will look at the low position. However, she also mentioned that the body language could change our mind. We can fake it and then...
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Erlinda Kintanar Alburo is a prolific contemporary Cebuano language scholar and promoter of the language. She is the Director of the Cebuano Studies Center of the University of San Carlos, Philippines. She is an active member of Women in Literary Arts (WILA), and writes poetry both in English and cebuano. She teaches on the anthropology of linguistics.
* Cebu Provincial History Project. Cluster 1 editor
* Sinug-ang: A Cebuano trio, by Erlinda K. Alburo, Cora Almerio, and Ester Tapia. Women in Literary Arts-Cebu, Inc., 1999. Poems in English by three Cebuanas.
* Dulaang Cebuano, edited by Erlinda K. Alburo, Resil Mojares, and Don Pagusara. Ateneo de Manila University...
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English Language Acquisition through Educational Computer Game
for Young Learner
Technology has grown into something which is really sophisticated recently. It affects almost every aspect in this world. Education is one of the aspects that cannot dodge the mass effect of technology. Recently, educators are addicted to include technology in their teaching activities. Many programs and applications have been invented to aid the educators. Students are also familiar with technology. Even the young learners have been exposed to technology. Some are even able to use technology as well. Young learners in this era can be called as a digital learner. They are studying in the middle of...
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The Value of Shakespeare Today
What makes Shakespeare stand out from other playwrights of his era is his deep understanding of human nature and the human condition, the timelessness of his works, and hi
exquisite mastery of the English language. The Renaissance (during which he wrote) was a particularly transformative time in English history, initiating a sense of English nationalism and pride in English as a language of art. Some critics continue to challenge his authenticity and relevance making the future of Shakespeare within the curriculum of both secondary school and higher education at stake. Shakespearean Literature still speaks to modernity and is therefore important in the...
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DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHM
GROUP THREE(3) ASSIGNMENT
THE KOLMOGOROV COMPLEXITY ALGORITHM
In algorithmic information theory (a subfield of computer science and mathematics), the Kolmogorov complexity (also known as descriptive complexity, Kolmogorov–Chaitin complexity, algorithmic entropy, or program-size complexity) of an object, such as a piece of text, is a measure of the computability resources needed to...
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Musical Language “sometimes behaves so strangely”
I chose the Radiolab episode titled “Musical Language”. I’ve been a musician since I was ten years old and find the science and human interaction with music to be a fascinating topic.
In this episode, Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich speak about the ways that humans perceive sound and how sound can become a “feeling” instead of just something the listener hears. The guests included Diana Duetsch – a Professor of Music Psychology at Univerity of San Diego and Jonah Lehrer – a frequent Radiolab contributor .
During Diana Duetsch’s segment, she spoke of how humans perceive sound. In one of the studies she was conducting, she would put...
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* Is the purposeful application of information in the degree of production and utilization of good and services in the organization of human activities.
1. Tangible – blue prints, prototypes, and operating manual
2. Intangible – problem solving and training methods
3. High – powerful force
4. Intermediate – medium level of force
5. Low – labor or weaker force
Five Common Uses of Technologies in the Classroom
1. Social media and websites
2. Ipad and laptops
3. Teachers are using SMARTBOARDS and clickers
4. Computer based standardized test to predict the performance of the student in one year
5. Computer reading are...
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During the semester we have studied several torn cultures, in case we are going to study Russia, we use the term of “torn culture” when a country has experience major assaults on the core values of their cultures. In other words when a country have been separated from their cultural roots that have nourished them for decades.
According with GP, Russia has been severed from its social, economic and cultural roots four times in the whole history of Russia, and by these events we call Russia a torn culture. The first period was in the 12th century when the Russia was invaded for the Tartars and Mongols during long 400 years. Peter the Great began to westernize Russia, by this action the...
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Case Analysis: Executive and managerial planning for Bosch-Kazakhstan
The founder of the Bosch Group, Robert Bosch , described an important value of the HR philosophy of the company:” It is my intention, apart from the alleviation of all kinds of suffering, to promote the moral, physical and intellectual development of the people” which is greatly integrated into the employee development in the Bosch. Based on the company international executive and managerial planning and country-specific situation, this article will plan and reason the number in a chart for the future eight-year executive and managerial planning in Kazakhstan. An action plan related to the managerial staffing target...
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With the advancement of technology and the leap the world has taken, everybody faced a drastic change in everything and the most evident thing is this so- called “alternative literacy” that has taken place. Generations are now typing, texting and tweeting their own unique language. This word abbreviated Morse Code like grammar sweeps from computer to phone on social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
“Written communication in instant messaging, text messaging, chat and other forms of electronic communication have generated a “new language” of abbreviations, acronyms, word combinations, and punctuation.” (Varnhagen et al., 2009, p. 1)
According to media...
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Religious and Ethnic Group
February 1, 2013
Religious and Ethnic Group
The religion I chose was Roman Catholic. This religion differs from other in many ways. The Roman Catholic Church or Catholic Church teaches that the Bible alone is not sufficient to practice their faith. They believe that both the Bible and sacred Roman Catholic traditions are what is needed to effectively practice the Christian faith. Catholics also call the Pope a “Vicar of Christ”, Vicar meaning substitute. The Catholic religion believes that the Pope takes the place of Jesus Christ himself. According to the Catholic religion, the Pope has the ability to speak with authority on...
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Kotas or Kothar or Kov by self-designation are an ethnic group who are indigenous to the Nilgiris mountain range in Tamil Nadu, India. They are one of the many tribal or ethnic groups indigenous to the region. Others include Todas, Irulas and Kurumbas. Although all groups lived closely by and had intimate interactions, elaborate taboos were developed to maintain social distance and prestige. Todas and Kotas have been subject to intense anthropological, linguistic and genetic analysis since the early 19th century. Study of Todas and Kotas has also been influential in the development of the field of anthropology. Numerically Kotas have always been a small group not exceeding 1,500 individuals...
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Lebanese American University
Fundamentals of Oral Communication
Name: Amar Al Bakkar
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Mrs. Therese Nasrallah
Date of Presentation: July 2, 2012
General Purpose: To inform
Specific purpose: To inform my audience about the Indian culture's diversity
Central Idea: India is a fascinating country with diverse traditions related to their language, their costumes, and their cuisine.
Organization: Topical Order
Visual Aids: Power Point Presentation
Audience: University colleagues especially those interested in travelling or in improving their...
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A Summary of “Facing poverty with a rich girl’s habits” by Kim
April 17, 2016
A Summary of “Facing Poverty with a Rich Girl’s Habits” by Kim
This is a brief summary of Suki Kim’s essay, “Facing Poverty with a Rich Girl’s Habits” in which she reveals how she came from riches to rags. Beginning with how she grew up in an ugly house in Queens, New York in the 80’s, which was clearly a downgrade from the mansion in which she stayed in up until the seventh grade. This was quite a shock to her considering her father was millionaire and lost his fortune literally overnight. Her father’s business had gone bankrupt and since...
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Narratives are works that provide an account of connected events. To put it simply, a narrative is
a story. There are many types of literature that are considered narratives, including novels,
dramas, fables, folk tales, short stories, and poetry. In addition to literature, narratives are found
in cinema, music, and theatre.
Narrative techniques provide deeper meaning for the reader and help the reader use
imagination to visualize situations. Narrative literary techniques are also known as literary
devices. Before we look too closely at narrative techniques, it's important to understand that
literary elements in narratives include such things as the setting, plot,...
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2.0 CULTURE OF MALAYSIA
The culture of Malaysia draws on the varied cultures of the different people of Malaysia. The first people to live in the area were indigenous tribes that still remain; they were followed by the Malays, who moved there from mainland Asia in ancient times. Chinese and Indian cultural influences made their mark when trade began with those countries, and increased with immigration to Malaysia. Other cultures that heavily influenced that of Malaysia include Persian, Arabic, and British. The many different ethnicities that currently exist in Malaysia have their own unique and distinctive cultural identities, with some crossover.
Arts and music have a long tradition in...
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Expressive means of the language
Language can be neutral and expressive. Expressiveness can be distinguished at all levels of the language. The expressive means of the language are phonetic, morphological, word-building, lexical, phraseological and syntactical forms that exist in the language as a system for the purpose of logical and emotional intensification of the utterance. expressive means exist on all the levels of the language. The most powerful are phonetic expressive means including stress, whispering, high/fall alliteration.
Morphological expressive means include the use of second and third persons.
Word-building expressive means - the use of...
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What caused the decline of Angkor Wat?
Angkor Wat was Angkor was the capital of Khmer Empire from 802 to 1431 AD. It was ruled by ‘god-kings’ and spread its influence and customs through a large part of Southeast Asia. Society was firmly divided into two: the great landowners and the ordinary people. Cambodia was then, as now, an agricultural country. The Khmer had mastered the art of water control and took advantage of regular monsoonal rainfall to create huge irrigation systems. In this way they were able to surplus of rice for export. Trade influenced Khmer society and India became a dominant cultural influence. The Khmer wrote in Sanskrit, the Ancient language of India, as well as in...
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Yesid Andrés Rodas
Introduction to Business Communications/285
April 14, 2011
* Communication is essential for humans in any role, but for business communication is even more important, especially in the sales industry where the interaction between the vendor and the customer requires being in touch directly with each other.
* If I were ask to present quarterly sales...
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6. A = 15H + 13H = 28H (HEX) A = 0001_0101B + 0001_0011B = 0010_1000B (BINARY)
7. A and D
11. Low; high
12. Assembly Language uses less memory space then C and files are generally shorter.
15. lst file
23. (a) MOV A, #55H - 2 bytes (b) MOV R3, #3 2 bytes (c) INC R2- 1 byte
(d) ADD A, #0 -2 bytes (e) MOV A, R1 -1 byte (f) MOV R3, A -1 byte
(g) ADD A, R2 -1 byte
37. (a) MOV A, #54H , ADD A, #0C4h CY=1
(b) MOV A, #00, ADD A, #0FFh CY=0
(c) MOV A, #250, ADD A, #05 CY=0
38. Add 25H and 70H and find the contents of the AC, CY, and P flags.