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  • Personal Narrative: Migrations

    that moving to Singapore is a big opportunity, as they are extremely advanced in education. I do not remember exactly how I felt about this information, to be honest, but something about what my mom told me says that I really was excited. Her exact words were, “Oh! You were excited! You started packing all your dolls, you know, the essentials, especially after finding out that there was going to be a swimming pool at the house we are going to move into.” So here we were in Singapore, clean and…

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  • Butter Island: A Conversation Analysis

    The choice of words, syntax and pronunciation; within this conversation are not formal using terms like “man” seen in line 5; “kinda,” “cause,” seen in line 11; “b.s.,” seen in line 12 are evidence of an informal conversation. A conversation in which one has with friends or siblings, not a conversation one would have with a professor, boss, parents or clients. In formal conversations one doesn’t use slang, abbreviations, or even words which can be mistaken for profanity like the term “b.s.” seen…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Skill Of Reading And Writing

    thinking about it. I came to the United States when I still believed in fairy tales and Santa Claus; everything to me about the United States was different and new; I went to school not knowing English, I didn’t have any friends and most of all, I struggled trying to comprehend my teachers. I was eager to learn English and to be able to write. Before I came to this foreign country my dad would travel to Nicaragua which, is where I’m from he’d bring toys that would prepare us to learn this new…

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  • Similarities Between Hamlet And After Oedipus

    quarto and Folio) and Saxo Grammaticus and discuss the similarities and differences between those texts. Hamlet is a tragedy of the English playwright William Shakespeare. He probably based Hamlet on the legend of Amleth (Saxo quarto) but in this essay I will talk about that next. We do not know exactly the year in which this work was written. Hamlet is the longest of Shakespeare’s plays, it is for many people the most crucial. Maybe it is the universal tragedy which has aroused more studies.…

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  • William Shakespeare Accomplishments

    William shakespeare is one of the world's finest poet and playwright. Shakespeare changed the the way english people live today. Shakespeare has made many accomplishments and succeeded throughout his life. William Shakespeare is known by many. This a little bit about his lifetime. He was born in a small town of Stratford Upon-Avon on April 23,1564. He went to school and learned poetry, history, Greek and Latin. At the age of 18, Shakespeare was required to marry a woman named Anne…

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  • Reflective Essay In English

    primary element used in every course. Before taking the English course, I lacked the ability to write effectively. But, during this course I learned about the chief points needed to write effectively like :- time management skills, working on thesis statement, reading skills, writing skills. These points made writing interesting and easier than before. Time management is one of the important factor in writing course. During High school english class, I never focused on time management skills.…

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  • Creole Language Analysis

    factors. Hawaiian language is basically from a family of Polynesian, which is a sub-family of Austronesian languages. There are two official languages spoken in Hawaii: (1) Hawaiian; (2) English. Then we have Hawaiian Creole English (HCE), often known as “Pidgin” in Hawaii. This is not any dialect of Hawaiian or English, but combines aspects of both – hence making it a “creole” language. As last estimated of its native speakers in 2001, was of about 0.1% - making it an endangered species of…

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  • Personal Narrative: What I Learned In English Class

    time for yet another day in English class, which I absolutely dread due to the simple fact of not being good at it. I honestly do not know how this could get any worse. Ever since I had to take English in school, I absolutely despised it. Never did I come into English with a preconceived idea of how I would feel about it, however, from the very first day I knew I was not a fan. I remember being great in all of my other subjects but never could I get a grasp on English. Honestly, it drove me…

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  • Corpus Analysis In Corpus Linguistics

    phrases and words in sentences is analyzed using strategies that do not necessarily focus on the contextual meaning of the analyzed texts. In this case, the corpus consisted of written text data from thirteen files. The corpus was named Kurdish non native speakers corpus. Analysis for the use of Conjunctions The following three corpuses were used in the analysis of conjunction usage among Kurdish non native speakers. • BNC- British National Corpus This corpus consists of a hundred million words…

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  • Meaning Behind English Language Analysis

    To correctly teach and convey the meaning behind English words a series of techniques and methods must be used, these have been applied to the words below. Yesterday, the best way to convey the meaning of this word in my opinion would be to uses a combination of visual aids and making sentences. To begin with I would ask the class “What date it is today?” they would then present me with the answer, I would then bring out an enlarged printout of a calendar and whilst the class are watching I…

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