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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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difference in reading scores.
Cade, J. M. (1997). The foreign language immersion program in the Kansas City, Missouri Public Schools, 1986-1996 [Abstract]. Dissertation Abstracts International -A 58(10), 3838.
This study describes the planning, development, implementation, and assessment of the foreign language magnet plan in schools in the Kansas City, Missouri Public School District.The program outcomes appeared to support the contentions found in research that, over time, second language learners (1) have improved test scores; (2) are able to think divergently; (3) achieve in their first language; and (4) attract and maintain parent involvement.
Carr, C.G. (1994). The effect of middle
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disability more than a single born child. Thorpe (2006) thinks that language delay is a reflection of three main biological issues. The first she thinks is inter-twin transfusion which is when identical twins share a placenta and causes one of the twins to have a lower blood supply than the other and may cause birth defects. The second is prenatal complications, which can cause learning disabilities. And last but not least is the Twin language. It says that twins create a language that impedes the progress of regular language.
Overall this study was essential for my topic. It gave me all the right information and was a credible source. The study was worth the time because many people don’t
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these effects exists. The second distinction is about the aspect of language that are said to matter, especially between words and syntax. Some scholars argue that the specific words that a language has, determines how our minds break reality into different chunks. Others propose that our thoughts coalesce into larger complexes through the way syntax puts words together. A third distinction concerns the assumed size of the effect of language. Language can be seen as having mild effects on some aspects of cognition, or language can be seen as having much effect that those who lack it have a profound and crippling deficit. The last distinction is about the effect language is said to have. I
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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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their education, and is listed by UNESCO as “severely endangered” (Salminen). There are exceptions to the classification, and these are a few villages on the islands of Föhr and Amrum and the Risum-Lindholm area. In the western parts of Föhr, the language community is still established and active among its members, where there are as many as three thousand speakers (Århammar). One contributing factor to the language becoming severely endangered is that all speakers of North Frisian are at least bilingual, with Standard German being the second fluent language, as well as the more common language taking over. Many speakers are also trilingual, having learned Low German as well. There are also
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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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explicitly, but is induced from the language input.
Asher developed TPR as a result of his experiences observing young children learning their first language. He noticed that interactions between parents and children often took the form of speech from the parent followed by a physical response from the child. Asher made three hypotheses based on his observations: first, that language is learned primarily by listening; second, that language learning must engage the right hemisphere of the brain; and third, that learning language should not involve any stress.
Total physical response is often used alongside other methods and techniques. It is popular with beginners and with young learners
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capability across all ranks in all future operations, but it continues to rely on and reward servicemembers who are already proficient in a foreign language when they enter the military. However, Americans are not naturally foreign-language proficient or capable unless they are immigrants or second-generation immigrants. Even college-educated Americans tend to lack foreign language skills because U.S. colleges and universities, including the service academies, require only minimal foreign language ability to graduate.[vii] Because of the dearth of foreign language speakers among recruits, the military services reward speakers of high-demand foreign languages with bonuses,[viii] and DOD has
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who can speak in more than two languages. In the communication case people who is bilingualism or multilingualism some time they switch the code of language that they use in communication when the other speaker don’t understand what they said or their language. This kind of linguistic behavior of changing the one code to another code is called as code switching.
In this case, it is assumed that the students of second grader of SMA 1 Doro sometime switch and mix the code when they speak in English learning activities. Therefore, in this study, the writer wants to know the language that the students switch or mix, even they are multilingualism.
1.2. Reasons for Choosing the Topic
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of a second language Different ways of thinking or having ideas of their way of creating information differently . An ELL child may choose to be silent , are choosing to not speak.No language is coming out the child may only parroting (Hayes ,1998-2005).
During the Pre-Production Stage I, new ELL children are listening very carefully and can write words from the board, teachers should use visual clues to help with this process. If repetition is used with English then process can be seen. Mentors that are able to speak the same language is a big help. For the child of English as a second language can be overwhelming, of hearing just English all day (Haynes, 1998-2005).
Stage II the
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harmless word, name, or phrase that replaces an offensive or suggestive one. Some euphemisms intend to amuse, while others intend to give positive appearances to negative events or even mislead entirely. Euphemism is often used as a substitution of an inoffensive term such as "passed away" for one considered offensively explicit, "died"; or pre-owned for used or second-hand; or enhanced interrogation for torture. Euphemisms are used for dissimulation to refer to taboo topics such as sex and love in a polite way, and to mask profanity.
Colloquialism is a word, phrase, or paralanguage that is employed in conversation or informal language but not in formal speech or formal writing. One such example
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education options. As more adults return to school, more services and resources become available to assist with this challenging but worthwhile endeavor.
Ultimately, adult learners face a very unique set of challenges when deciding to enter or re-enter the educational sphere. In my case, I am facing some challenges since I started classes at ITT. I will talk about three of them, because they are the biggest ones for me.
* Taking classes at not my first language is the biggest challenge for me.
* Due the difficulty level, the stress that going back to school brings, is the second one on my list,
* It is been more than ten years since the last time I took classes. So I have
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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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, Urdu and body language.
I am one in the 2 billion people that use English even though it is my second language. Language is the human ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication. In the United States, speaking English immediately opens up opportunities regardless of your ethnicity, color or background. Since English language is so widely spoken, many people believe it is vital to learn as a second language. When I speak English, my tone depends on who I am talking to because if I am addressing an adult then it is respectful with correct English but if I am talking to friends then my tone is informal. It is believed that English is the language of trade. It is true that
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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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modify, and use it under the same license.
Machine Level Language : This is low level programming language. Computer or any electronic device only understand this language. i.e. Binary number i.e 0 and 1.
Assembly Level Language : This is a low level programming language which is converted into executable machine code by a utility programmer referred to as an assembler.
High Level Language : High level language is a programming language which is easily understandable/readable by human.
Interpreter : This is a convertor which converts high level language programme to low level language programme line by line.
Compiler : This is also a
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awkward. After all, because I learned phrases from “Der Untergang”, doesn’t mean it’s okay to use them on a forum in a discussion about Second World War. And even in casual conversation, the punch lines I learned from all the kids movies could have been ‘oh-so cool’ to say back then, but could sound terribly out-dated today. So when I express myself in German, I’m almost always wondering if my speech sounds as rational and wise as it would sound in Danish, or if I just sound like some hardly intelligible moron.
So all in all, I do think language can make us feel a bit as if we’re losing our identity. But on the other hand, we’ll always be able to seek it in our mother tongue. We’ll always be able to find people, who understand our ‘whole’ identity and those who don’t. We’ll always have to learn how do deal with awkward language barriers, but those are the barriers that shapes us. That shapes our identity and reflects who we really are.
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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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” (Rodriguez 220). Both authors discuss their concerns about wanting to preserve native languages as well as showing the importance of English as a Second Language (ESL) in schools.
The styles used by both writers, Fillmore and Rodriguez differ in syntax. Fillmore writes in a formal tone, where the style of writing is impersonal and informs the audience with statistics and other writers’ quotes. For example, she starts off her essay quoting a statistic “3.5 million children in U.S. ‘schools are identified as limited in English proficiency’ (LEP) (Macias)” (Fillmore 260). On the other hand, Rodriguez writes informally, where he uses personal experiences and pronouns such as “I, me, and my.” For
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understanding some of the terms used here such as “fresh off the boat” when she had in fact flown to the U.S.
In her English as a second language (E.S.L) class she now has to interact with kids that she would have little to no contact with in Korea. The class division is even more pronounced because she knows that the wealthier Korean immigrants migrated to Westchester or Manhattan whereas she and her family were in Queens. Suki Kim stated that she was a part of the 1.5 generation. She stated that “Many of us came to America in our teens, already rooted in Korean ways and language” Kim, S. Facing rich poverty with a rich girls habits. In The interpreter. This generation clashed with first
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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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federal regulation of antibiotics shows that federal products is workable. She supports this claim by reminding us how we have to get a prescription to get antibiotics, since we are all comfortable with this; it supports the idea that federal regulation of antibacterial products would by analogy not be too troublesome.
The speaker claims second that washing our hands with regular soap is just as effective as using antibacterial products. She supports this claim by expert testimony from the Center for Disease control, and by statistics from a study of hand washing at the University of North Carolina.
The speaker uses for this speech both an example and emotional language to arouse pathos when
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. Leslie was well planned. She had her examples (actually, an example and a non-example) prepared on transparencies and ready to be displayed. And she made arrangements to have a second overhead in her room, so she could display the two transparencies at the same time. She was well planned. Leslie used effective teaching strategies. She was well organized, her language was clear, and she questioned effectively, particularly in the area of equitable distribution. She used high-quality examples and she developed her lesson with high levels of interaction. She provided effective feedback during the course of the lesson. Leslie's assessment was aligned with her learning objective and her learning activity. We don't have direct evidence for her personal characteristics or classroom management. However, because her instructional strategies were effective, the likelihood of her having classroom management problems was significantly reduced.
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Resource Book for Students. Routledge, 2003)
* Lexical Diffusion
"Some linguistic change first manifests itself in a few words and then gradually spreads through the vocabulary of the language. This type of change is called lexical diffusion. A well-attested example in English involves an ongoing change in the stress pattern of words such as convert, which can be used as either a noun or a verb. Although the stress originally fell on the second syllable regardless of lexical category, in the latter half of the sixteenth century three such words, rebel, outlaw, and record, came to be pronounced with the stress on the first syllable when used as nouns. . . .
"This change has still not diffused through the entire vocabulary of English. There are about a thousand nouns of the relevant sort that still place the stress on the second syllable (e.g., report, mistake, and support)."
(William O'Grady et al., Contemporary Linguistics: An Introduction, 4th ed. Bedford/St. Martin's, 2001)
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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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Dramatist and poet. Born in Prado in 1913. Awriter prolific in many forms, his best story is Ang Kagabhion (Bisayas, 1946). His plays include Florika (1930), Ang Pahiyum Mo (19490), Gahum sa Latigo (1965), and others. In 1948, he won second prize in the Rizal biography writing contest sponsored by Vicente Sotto. Has contributed to Babaye, Nasud, Tabunon, Bisaya, and others. Teaches at the Gullas High School in Pardo, Cebu. [ESB: Feb 17'67.]
ANTONIO MERCADO ABAD (1894-1970) was a poet, pictionist, playwrite and essayist from Cebu, Philippines, who wrote in spanish when such was the language of Filipino society. He was educated at the University of San Carlos (formerly the
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will fit to young learners. Young learners are very different from older learners. According the book “The Primary English Teacher’s Guide” written by Jean Brewster, Gail Ellis and Denis Girard, young learner are still developing conceptually and are at an early stage of their schooling, get bored easily, can concentrate for surprisingly long time if they are interested and can be easily distracted but also very enthusiastic. They are not designed to sit and just read when it is about second language learning. It means that they need method and media which is fun, interesting and not boring. Computer has the entire criterion. There are many applications or programs that can be used as
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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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specify the object. It is named after Andrey Kolmogorov, who first published on the subject in 1963.
For example, consider the following two strings of 32 lowercase letters and digits:
The first string has a short English-language description, namely "ab 16 times", which consists of 11 characters. The second one has no obvious simple description (using the same character set) other than writing down the string itself, which has 32 characters.
More formally, the complexity of a string is the length of the shortest possible description of the string in some fixed universal description
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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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* Universal Automatic Computer
* John W. Mauchly & J. Eckert
GENERATION OF COMPUTERS
* First Generation Computer (1951-1958)
a. Vacuum Tubes – an electronic component consisting of electronic placed inside an evacuated glass tube
1. Awesome in size
2. Controlled by thousands vacuum tubes on valves
3. The language level used was machine language which use numbers
* Second Generation Computers
* Development of assembly or symbolic language
FORTRAN (1954) – formula transmission
COBBOL (1959) – allowed programmers to give more attention to solving problem
* Users transistors (less power)
COBOL – Common
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second period was initiated. In this second period we have several changes, facilitation of Russian Navy to trade in the landlocked nation by the defeat of the Swedes, which they were they chief enemy. Also constructed Saint Petersburg out of swamp land to connect Russia by land with the West. The Russian Revolution began bringing with the third period to Russia, this began in 1917, and the results were dramatically different in the bad way to Russia, the results affected socially, economically, and culturally. World War II is when Russian army lost more soldiers than other nations. By this event the economy became extremely weak, most of the Russian resources went into military and atomic
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that the managerial promotion of employees is mainly from within Bosch rather than from outside. For this principal, most of the employees of the manager level in Kazakhstan should be expatriates. Second, the Bosch headquarter constructed a complete and functional promotion procedure for the development of employees called “manager development plan” (MDP). Employees with outstanding performance in Kazakhstan will be systematically prepared for the next management level. Third, the promotion is directly connected with mobility potential as well as willingness to take on international assignment. This means the work experience in Kazakhstan will be helpful to career advancement. As a result, in
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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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negative views about the faith of other religions, and that they are beginning to change them for the better.
Hispanic and Latinos come from different cultures, but share a common ancestry in language and that is Spanish. Spanish is the second most commonly used language in the United States, and it is the language of over half of the nation’s non-English speaking population. A large percent of Hispanics and Latinos say that Spanish is their primary language that is spoken at home and amongst friends ("The Essence of Culture-A Peek At Hispanic And Latino Culture", 2013). According to "The Essence of Culture-A Peek at Hispanic and Latino Culture" (2013), “with in the
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cremation of the body. The second ceremony is called a dry funeral and involves exhumation of buried bones from the first ceremony, followed by sacrifice of semi wild buffaloes. The second funeral is no longer practiced widely. Since the mid 1900's, many Hindu gods have been introduced into the Kota pantheon and have been installed in temples. These temples are run by a variety of people not restricted to original priestly families.
Kotas speak the Kota language or Ko-v Ma-nt and it is closely related to Toda language. It was identified as an independent Dravidian language in as early as 1870's by Robert Caldwell. It diverged from the common South Dravidian stock
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being called Asian. This was not a term that she was used to being called. The fact that she was considered yellow due to the color of her skin had never crossed her mind before and she considered this term to be quite offensive.
Unlike in Korea where they showed teachers the utmost respect she soon realized that in America teachers did not receive the same degree of respect. She speaks about how in class in America while the teacher is taking roll another boy and girl in the front row were French-kissing and wearing some inappropriate clothing in her eyes. Kim received quite the culture shock when coming to America.
She also realized even in her English as a Second Language class
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to narrative perspective, or who is telling the story, include first person, second person, third
person, and third-person omniscient.
Examples of Narrative Techniques in Style
The style a writer uses is seen in the diction, or the language used. Figurative language is a
common element in narrative writing.
Metaphors and similes are expressions used to compare two things in an effort to help the reader
have a better understanding of what the writer is attempting to convey. The difference between a
simile and a metaphor is the simile uses words like 'as' or 'than' in the comparison, while the
metaphor does not utilize these words.
Consider the metaphor, 'It's raining
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Malaysia. Traditional sports are popular in Malaysia, while it has become a powerhouse in international sports such as badminton. Malaysia hosted the Commonwealth Games in 1998, the first Commonwealth Games where the torch passed through more countries than England and the host.
The Malaysian government has taken the step of defining Malaysian Culture through the "1971 National Culture Policy", which defined what was considered official culture, basing it around Malay culture and integrating Islamic influences. This especially affected language; only Malay texts are considered official cultural texts. Government control over the media is strong, and most media outlets are related to the
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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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information should be clear, simple, and concise to ensure the message is effective with the audience.
During the presentation I would also has to consider other factors such as financial status of the company exposed; if the company is well financially I would start with a suitable joke to raise spirits and ease up the listeners. If the company's financial condition is bad, forget the joke. Bringing a message is more than a presentation; it is very important to provide the proper context, and suitable language for better understandings of the audience.
At the beginning, it is very important saying hello to everyone in the room, addressing them as “ladies and gentleman
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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.
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expectation, and they have loyalty and protection in India. When the problem happening, Indian find a particular strategy and create solution to the problem. It can be said, nothing is impossible in India who know how to regulate to be possible.
Moreover, in different part of India have different kind of languages, such as accent and vocabulary, but the main language supported by the government in India is Hindi. Although Hindi is the main language in India, business people normally speak English as a second language, and then Indian using English make representation with foreign companies.
It is clear that culture and language connect together when Indian doing business in India
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a longer exposure to English than any other country which uses it as a second language, its distinctive words, idioms, grammar and rhetoric spreading gradually to affect all places, habits and culture.
Generally, English is used among Indians as a ‘link’ language and it is the first language for many well-educated Indians. It is also the second language for many who speak more than one language in India. The English language is a tie that helps bind the many segments of our society together. Also, it is a linguistic bridge between the major countries of the world and India.
The importance of the ability to speak or write English has recently increased significantly because English has
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In my current line of work dealing with diversity comes with its own set of challenges. We have quarterly trainings to teach and train subordinates and leaders on how to deal with one another. A lot of the problems are miscommunication setbacks. We have a lot of Soldiers from all walks of life. For many of them English is not their first and in some cases second language. That becomes a problem when a directive is given and not completely understood. Many people learn differently, where one person may learn through verbal communication another person may learn better reading the information or simply by the hands on approach. The ability to communicate effectively is strengthened through
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two rows of chairs on top of one row that was like a cement bench people were sitting on. I really liked the lighting throughout the play. It went really good with the music. Another thing I liked was that the play involved the audience. It was only for a few minutes but it was pretty cool, really kept me into the play.
The second thing that stood out, but in a bad way, was the whole meaning of the play. Most of the play there was no verbal language. If someone were to talk it was a scream or it was in Spanish, so I didn’t really understand what was going on. Too me it just looked like everyone running around doing some crazy dancing. The characters would turn into animals and then
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There are two types of open standards. The first is called the formal standard where it is defined by the standard-setting organization. Under the regulations of the organizations they are documented and recognized. The second example of an open standard is the informal standard. It is termed a de facto standard that eventually evolves into a formal standard. Some advantages include the ability by the device managers or the software developers to consistently understand the standards set.
A layered architecture would be seen as beneficial because each layer provides the ability to change the function of a service without affecting any of the other components in the system. It