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    English Language Rule

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    The most common perception of using loan words is that they make our writing eloquent. They are also regarded as prestigious, grand and even associated with the language of sophisticated people to display their broad range of vocabulary. Yet, George Orwell criticizes and opposes the use of Latinate words with the belief that they are the root of bad habits in written English. This paper delves into Orwell's problem, the diverse responses it provoked, the set of six rules proposed, their…

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    from all the people who were supposedly different and grow on their graves. In other words, the speaker is saying that all people are equal in the face of death and nature. Moreover, the growth of grass on top of the grave signifies the idea that souls are…

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    Running Record Case Study

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    pronounced the words as he saw it based on syntax. His visual cues were the pictures that with no words narrated what was happening in the story. When he saw a picture of chickens for example, he quickly said farm instead of the barn. Joshua carefully sounded out words that were not familiar to…

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    and Paul E. Engelhardt, focuses on the issues that revolve around syntax and the production of words. Syntax allows for words to be combined and create a sentence that has a specific meaning. Humans are able to communicate almost every thought or idea and this is largely because of syntax. The word hat has a specific meaning but language has the power to be significantly changed by putting together words to create meaning such as in the example that’s my hat or that’s not a hat. Each language…

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    Denotation and Connotation Connotation and Denotation are the two principal methods of describing the meanings of words. While denotation describes the precise and literal definition of a word that would be found in the dictionary, connotation refers to the wide range of interchanging associations that most words carry with them. To use these two variances incorrectly can be a very negative thing, and could induce many damaging consequences. “The New York Times has a Communism fetish” (The…

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    Tone is a very important part of addressing message including choice of your words and your dress. Let’s consider your voice first, if the voice is relaxed then delivering your message would be smooth. If it is shaky, you may not able to spread the message the way you intended. Same goes with nervous which is worst. Personally, I can’t remember any word when I get nervous. I also mumble a lot and voice turn to shaky. Once I remember I was stopped by police while I was waiting at the airport to…

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    events, which is not something I am accustomed to. In the end, though I thought I knew what had happened, until I read the English description on the back of the DVD case, and realized I was completely lost. I tried to not to read the subtitles word for word, and it proved a challenge Going into this, I assumed that it would not be too difficult to follow, if I observed the scenery and people’s expressions. Making these observations did help, however, everything had much less significance to me,…

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    Morph syntactic Analysis: 12th Grade Male from Mexico #2 Introduction This Morph Syntactic Analysis project allowed me to explore the word formation of an ESL student. The student I examined was a twentieth grade male from Mexico. The Spanish aspects of his prior knowledge may have affected his English composition. The analysis features morphology and syntax areas of language. Noun phrases, corpus, verb phrases, verb tense, sentence composition, orthography, and other parts of speech…

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    The American soldier has an affair with a woman while sharing a taxi cab in Chicago. The American soldier contracts gonorrhea. So it is clear that although love and war are major themes in the story, war is the most important theme in the story. Words like armistice, battalion, Arditi, and anaesthetic are war terminologies. War vocabularies are mentioned in every paragraph of the short story. Love refers to…

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    Simple Sentences The adroit pianist had to problem sight reading Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13, Pathétique, by Beethoven. This is a simple sentence and establishes through the sentence how the word “adroit” means skilled. The sentence state that a pianist had no trouble sight reading one of the most difficult piano sonatas in the world. First of all, all musicians know that sight reading is difficult, but to show how the pianist had no sight reading one of the most difficult sonatas in…

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