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Li2 class-based social variation I

Li2 class-based social variation I

Li2 class-based social variation I. Today’s topics. Linguistic variation conditioned by socio-economic status (class) Stigmatization and prestige varieties sources discrimination Class and traditional dialect Correlations of linguistic variables with class are arbitrary.

By calais
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Writing systems

Writing systems

Writing systems. Linguistics 484. Preview. Some ideas about how to think about writing systems Japanese, Chinese, syllable structure Written languages are effectively codes. Leaf. Bee. Belief. Rebus principle. The symbols represent the parts of the word.

By fay
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IKEA

IKEA

IKEA. Calvin Rehbein, Victor Bondarev, and Mina Sumaadii Dickinson State University. IKEA.

By layne
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S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R

S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R

Paired . Associate. Learning. Stages of Learning. -. S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R S - R. To learn a paired-associate list, 3 tasks must be accomplished: .

By gunnar
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The Primitive Old English Period (450-700A.D.)

The Primitive Old English Period (450-700A.D.)

The Primitive Old English Period (450-700A.D.). An Overview. England conquered by Emperor Claudius and made a part of Roman Empire. The sound changes are noticed. Changes in front vowel: I-Umlaut Changes in Consonants: /k/ → / tʃ / before front vowel ( cild /child)

By red
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Case Presentations

Case Presentations

Case Presentations. Factors Contributing to a Great Oral Presentation. Preparation. Start preparing well in advance Divide up outside research among group members immediately Share results and brainstorm often Collaborate as a group for SWOT, issues, recommendations, etc

By agostino
(105 views)

Learning foreign languages English as a world language

Learning foreign languages English as a world language

Learning foreign languages English as a world language. Zuzana Keltnerová, C4A. Conten t. Reasons for learning languages Typical features of English The history of English Varieties of English. Reasons for learning languages. WORK AND BUSINESS. TRAVEL. EDUCATION.

By gen
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Rules for Quotation Marks & Underlining

Rules for Quotation Marks & Underlining

Rules for Quotation Marks & Underlining. Direct Quotations are used to report the speaker’s exact words. Use quotation marks at the beginning and the ending of a direct quotation. Ex. “ Dinner is almost ready, ” said Mrs. Johnson. -- Ex. “ Flowers have meaning, ” said Sophie.

By didina
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Compound Adjectives

Compound Adjectives

Compound Adjectives.

By heinz
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Japanese 1 13-14 Term 1, Wk 2

Japanese 1 13-14 Term 1, Wk 2

Japanese 1 13-14 Term 1, Wk 2. Basic Japanese. Pronunciation. Do you know any Japanese words? 5 vowels a ( a pple ), i ( i gloo), u(p u t), e ( e gg), o ( o range ). Writing system. Roma- ji (Roman script), e.g. Ken Hiragana , e.g. けん

By sabine
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Ch 2.2 JPN houkago

Ch 2.2 JPN houkago

Ch 2.2 JPN houkago. Kody. Objectives. SWBAT grasp the idea of katakana SWBAT hear/speak a present negative sentence. Can you read all hiragana ? video for this manga is available:. https://www.erin.ne.jp/jp/lesson02/basic/index.html. Katakana.

By yorick
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Italics versus underlining in writing

Italics versus underlining in writing

Italics versus underlining in writing. Mrs. Munnier – Literature 8 -- PCMS. Titles of radio programs and television shows are also italicized or underlined, such as:. Regularly aired radio shows such as NPR’s Car Talk or All Things Considered.

By mireya
(104 views)

Good Morning!

Good Morning!

Good Morning!. Please grab a grammar book Turn to page 323 Take out your notes Be ready to follow along when the music ends. Italics (underlining). Italics and underlining often serve similar functions. Check with your instructor and make sure you understand the conventions of use.

By hector
(81 views)

The Schwa

The Schwa

The Schwa. Hieronymus Bosch: The Garden of Earthly Delights. Why aren’t words always spelled as they are pronounced?. Origin of Words in the English Language. Before foreign words were borrowed…. Old English. Translation. Ða wæs on burgum Beowulf Scyldinga ,

By teddy
(180 views)

Close Reading of Scholarly Literature

Close Reading of Scholarly Literature

Close Reading of Scholarly Literature. Who is the Writer?. Begin your reading session by knowing the author. Sometimes a brief biography will be provided; if not, then google the author to learn his/her area of expertise. . Preview the text. Be an Active Reader.

By harva
(130 views)

CE - Foreign Words and Phrases Lesson 22 (Asian)

CE - Foreign Words and Phrases Lesson 22 (Asian)

CE - Foreign Words and Phrases Lesson 22 (Asian). TERM MEANING yin and yang balance of opposites (Chinese) karaoke empty orchestra (Japanese) tsunami harbor wave (Japanese) g ung ho work in harmony (Chinese) karma act, action, or performance (Sanskrit). Yin and Yang.

By akando
(115 views)

The Daily Four

The Daily Four

The Daily Four. Read to Self or Read to Other “The Timeline of Harry Houdini’s Life,” and answer the questions. Word Work: Complete the analogies on page 224 of the Spelling Connections book. With a partner, play the analogy game at ( http://www.quia.com/cb/7146.html )

By aloha
(86 views)

Foreign Words and Phrases

Foreign Words and Phrases

Foreign Words and Phrases. 1. alma mater : a school, college, or university which one has attended or from which one has graduated; the song or hymn of a school or university bon voyage : farewell; good journey cum laude : to graduate with a high level of academic achievement.

By floria
(108 views)

Chapter 4 Section 4

Chapter 4 Section 4

Chapter 4 Section 4. Global connections. I. Globalization. The process in which countries are increasingly linked to each other through culture and trade causes improvements in transportation (airplanes) telecommunications (Internet ). Popular Culture

By gerald
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Singular and Plural Nouns #76

Singular and Plural Nouns #76

Singular and Plural Nouns #76. To form the plural of most nouns, add -s : ski skis guru gurus miser misers banana bananas menu menus

By eldon
(152 views)

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