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Reading

Reading

Unit. 2. Reading. English and its history. Unit 2. 课件描述:. 本课件为 Reading 的辅助教学软件,课件内容为 Reading 的第一课时,旨在通过对学生阅读的引导,实现学生对课文文本的深入理解。. Skimming and listening. Skim over the text in 2 minutes and answer the 3 questions on page 22.

By salena
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The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales. THE STRUCTURE OF THE TALES The Canterbury Tales is a collection of verse tales written in MIDDLE ENGLISH by Geoffrey Chaucer (the “father of English poetry”) between around 1386 and 1393.

By betty_james
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A History of English

A History of English

A History of English. Some Highlights. Early Influences. Celtic borrowings: A few Celtic words, such as crag, entered what would become the English language. Latin loans: Roman soldiers and priests came to the British Isles before the massive invasions of Northern Europeans.

By jacob
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Understanding the Godhead

Understanding the Godhead

Understanding the Godhead. Understanding the Godhead. Defining our Terms is the First Step in Understanding. “Godhead ”, Merriam-Webster originally from 13th century Middle English, “ God-hood ” God’s essence, Deity, divinity, i.e. His “characteristics”.

By pink
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English pronunciation across time and space: f rom Middle English to World Englishes

English pronunciation across time and space: f rom Middle English to World Englishes

English pronunciation across time and space: f rom Middle English to World Englishes. Ewa Waniek-Klimczak University of Łódź. The aims of the lecture.

By neville
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The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400) . by Geoffrey Chaucer. Introduction of Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction of the Canterbury Tales Analysis of this work Contribution by the author. GEOFFERY CHAUCER. Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400).

By neva
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Some Interesting Old English Words

Some Interesting Old English Words

Some Interesting Old English Words. Drēam Bill / Bile Gafol Cwelan Bad. Lost Word: Dream. drēam: joy or bliss revelry, rejoicing 2. music. Lost Word: Dream. drēam-cræft: the art of music drēamere: musician. “ swa mæg eac se dreamcræft ðæt se mon bið dreamere ”

By lori
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The Preterite and Perfect in Middle English

The Preterite and Perfect in Middle English

The Preterite and Perfect in Middle English. Morgan Macleod (University of Ulster) m.macleod@ulster.ac.uk. Introduction. The Proto-Germanic tense system had only two tenses, a present and a preterite By Old English, a periphrastic perfect involving habban ‘have’ had developed:

By cody
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FROM OLD BARBARIANS…

FROM OLD BARBARIANS…

FROM OLD BARBARIANS…. … TO NEW BARBARIANS. A SHORT HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. SUMMARY. TIMELINE. BEFORE ENGLISH. 200 B.C. THE FIRST INHABITANTS OF THE BRITISH ISLES SPOKE CELTIC. THERE ARE CELTIC PLACE NAMES IN BRITAIN: AVON = RIVER, DOVER = WATER.

By astra
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2 pt

2 pt

Research Resources. Canterbury Tales. Vocabulary. Literary Terms. Renaissance. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

By leilani
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Unit 7: Learning about English

Unit 7: Learning about English

Unit 7: Learning about English. Text A: The Glorious Messiness of English Text B: The Role of English in the 21 st Century. Teaching Set-up. Text A Pre-reading: Warm-up activities Questions and Answers Background information While-reading: Interpret the title Text organization

By takara
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General Overview of History of English

General Overview of History of English

General Overview of History of English. Introduction.

By chambray
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commission Pronunciation: \kə-ˈmi-shən\ Function: noun

commission Pronunciation: \kə-ˈmi-shən\ Function: noun

commission Pronunciation: \kə-ˈmi-shən\ Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin commission-, commissio act of bringing together, from committere Date: 14th century 1 a: a formal written warrant granting the power to perform various acts or duties

By rob
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The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400) . by Geoffrey Chaucer. Introduction of Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction of the Canterbury Tales Analysis of this work Contribution by the author. GEOFFERY CHAUCER. Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400).

By shiloh
(130 views)

Middle English

Middle English

Middle English. EN 307 History of the English Language Courtney Enright. Do you recognize these words?. Ayeyn Bole; Bool(e) Ky; Kye Inwit Tiptoon. Ayeyn > Again. Also “ayēn” (adv.) OE: ongēn, agēn; ME: ayēn > again (c1400) Influenced by Old Norse

By haruki
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Welcome to Class 2: Science History, Pseudoscience and Theory

Welcome to Class 2: Science History, Pseudoscience and Theory

Welcome to Class 2: Science History, Pseudoscience and Theory . Remember: sit only in the first 10 rows of the room. Did people in Columbus’s time think the Earth was flat? What is pseudoscience and how do you identify it?. Remember: sit in the first 10 rows of the room only.

By toni
(107 views)

EVERYMAN

EVERYMAN

EVERYMAN. - Allegorical Moral Religious Written in the late 1400's The language of the play is Middle English. Setting. Heaven Hell. Main Action. Pilgrimage / a long journey Who takes this journey and for what ?. CHARACTERS. God Death Everyman

By marlon
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Word Wall Unit 1

Word Wall Unit 1

Word Wall Unit 1. liber = free Latin. Liberal- favorable to reform. Liberty- freedom. alt = high Latin. Altar- an elevated structure. Altitude- a high location. muta = change Latin. mutate- to change. transmute- to change from one substance to another. par = equal Latin.

By quang
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David Crystal presents…

David Crystal presents…

David Crystal presents…. Creole translations of the Bible. . Most Creoles grew up around the trade routes of these empires…. British French Spanish Portuguese Dutch. Two families of pidgin English. Atlantic. Pacific.

By oistin
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??What’s that Word??

??What’s that Word??

??What’s that Word??. Vocabulary Game Ms. Williams. Having or showing a wish to do evil. Malevolent. What word does this represent?. Fortify. To put up with or tolerate. Abide. Define the word…. This picture describes the word…. scurrilous. The word punctilious means….

By jenaya
(184 views)

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