• Mahmud
    importance of learning English. **4.You are Titu and you have been suffering from fever for a week. Now, you are at the chamber of a doctor. Write a dialogue between you and the doctor. **5.Write a dialogue between you and your friend on the basis of uses and abuses of Mobile phone. **6.Write a...
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  • eassy
    dialogue between you and your friend about oncoming examination. 3.Write a dialogue between two friends about a TV. Serial. 4.Write a dialogue between a customer and a garment shopkeeper. Advertisement: 1.Suppose you are the MD of a pharmaceutical company and you want to appoint some...
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  • What Is the Purpose of the ‘Speech of the Laws’, in Plato’s Crito? How Is It Related to Crito’s Political Opinions and Preferences as Expressed in This Dialogue?
    a different interpretation of the concept of justice to that of which the character of Crito holds. The conflict between the ‘speech of the laws’ and Crito is an integral part of the dialogue but the conflict that emerges in regard to a wider Athenian context because of what the character of Crito...
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  • Cicero de Amicitia
    dialogue, these men (Gaius Fabricius, Manius Curius, and Tiberius Coruncanius) are all part members of the Roman consul. This means that all of these men had a high level of political power. Each man provided a benefit to those who befriended them; men who were friends with them would have a better...
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  • Hdbdfgsd
    students to give their reports. Step 5 Homework Please ask one of your friends how he/she spent his/her birthday. Write down the dialogue between you and your friend. Pronunciation The similar teaching steps as Unit 8. Task Teaching aims and demands invitation...
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  • Hi I Am Ayush
    matter of marks. Sunita : You’re right. Marks do matter. PRACTICE QUESTIONS: 1. Write a set of five dialogues between two friends talking about “Advantages of formative and summative assessment” in school. (5) 2. Write a set of five dialogues between two neighbours quarrelling over...
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  • Translated Version
    know. It is not joy! 4 J (e) want to leave. 8 J (e) take the train. Small Ads HOTEL MUSEUM NICE You are a H or F between 25 and 35 years, smiling (e) and dynamic. You want to work with clients French and foreign. You can speak English, Spanish and Italian. You can work sometimes weekend...
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  • Regrets
    questions below. Questions 1 – How long have Scott and Tracy been going out? 2 – How did they meet? 3 – Why do you think Tracy’s promotion caused problems between them? 4 – How does Scott feel now about his cheating? 5 – Why does Tracy suspect that Sharon may be involved...
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  • Australian Vision of Stricly Ballroom
    thoughts and feelings. Moreover, this text reveals the important role of dialogue between friends, that is, no noe is clearly in power as the characters take turns to exchange and express their ideas. QOUTES: ← Armit: Listen, will yer! Her mum and dad’ve called the police! ← Armit...
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  • dialouge writing
    , deliberately - on ones own will, nutritive - that is essential for growth, plenty - sufficient.) 5. Write a dialogue between two friends who are discussing about the increasing stress levels among students. (Raj and Ravi, both Class X students in conversation.) Raj : Hi Ravi, how are you...
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  • Multidimensional Dialogues in Harold Pinter’s Old Times
    . There is thus an ambiguous relationship between the naturalistic effect of Pinter's dialogue and other effect of stylization. Old Times is no less distinguished by pauses and silences that invest the Pinterian dialogue with arrange ambiguous meaning. The play, underlining the subtle struggle for...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of the Modern Communication
    |Page |Date |Remarks | | |Dialogue |Ask for and give information |Ball passing | |4-Mar...
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  • Blindness in Carver’s “Cathedral”
    , dialogues between characters, and the growth of narrator, which are all derived from the key theme “blindness”. 1. Sight and Insight Blindness serves as an important feature of the wife’s old friend Robert and also the theme of the story. However what Carver wanted to show was not only...
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  • Eng Standard Notes
    and dread. • The specific purpose of this piece is to show the contrasting views or perspectives of the husband and wife, and how their different views create a gulf to emerge between them in their daily lives, shown through dialogue that isn’t in the form of a conversation. • LFS: This is...
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  • Conflict Resolution
    previous script using Win-Win correctly.  Write a brief reflection on the differences between both scripts. (5 | |points) | |Exercise 3-B: Prepare and deliver a script (dialogue...
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  • Nicholas Nickleby Analysis
    critical, rather than emotional, standpoint. The audience cannot go back and reread missing information, as they can while reading the Ddickens novel. 2. Attention is kept by organic dialogue., Tthe playwright does not seem to be speaking to the audience, allowing interaction between characters to...
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  • The Impact of Facebook
    Group C (see Appendix B). The three options were divided in regards to the delivery of a scripted dialogue between two individuals, presumably in a relationship. The only instructions for the interpretation of the dialogue for the research subjects were included on the administered survey. Facebook...
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  • Current Topics
    : Thank you, Madam. Please visit us again. No-4 Suppose you are Munir. Now write a dialogue between you and a salesman of a sweetmeat shop in connection with buying sweets. Munir              :Excuse me. Salesman        : Yes, please. What do you want? Munir              : I want to buy...
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  • Frank Sargeson:New Zealand writer
    . Dialogue- 4 main dialogues between K and F that structure the text and reveal themes -social jealousy ‘working class’ vs ‘educated elite’ -physical jealousy, big and strong and silent versus death/weak/short man -the image of the small snapper (Ken’s strength, inability to swim, marriage) -the...
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  • LESSON-PLAN-FOR-listening
    sts. -Finish the activity. -Have sts pair-check. -Play the tape 2 more times. -Have sts pair-check in between each listening. -Elicit answers. -Check answers as a whole class. -Give feedback. -Summarize the lesson. Aim 2 Outcome 1 Aim 3 Outcome 1 Aim 4 Outcome 2...
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