• 1 strret ALSHAHED . ALMOHANDCEEN
    used after the verbs realize, remember and  find out. English Expressions for daily communication,  ESL conversation & dialogues. Mr.Adham Zidan 01157587786 ...
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  • Computer Misuse Act
    semantically equivalent structures Some expressions seem quite right according to the sentence structure and grammar. However, it will have a different meaning if it appears in a dialogue. For example, A: Is it a good restaurant? B: Of course. The expression “Of course” does...
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  • The Shoe Horn Sonata
    Language helps us share other people’s experiences. Explain how this is achieved in The Shoehorn Sonata and at least two other texts. Language helps us share other people’s experience. In the play the Shoe Horn Sonata by John Misto, the use of symbolism, stage directions and dialogue enables the...
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  • Red Dress 1964
    , her mum, her best friend Lonnie and a couple others. Her mother is characterised as caring, old-fashioned, patient, loving, understanding, unattractive and unladylike, rather pathetic and she tries to act young around her daughter and Lonnie. This can be picked up by the dialogues with her mother...
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  • You and Thou
    Language and Culture Pronouns of address In most modern European languages there is a distinction between pronouns of address regarding the way people intend to accost one another. The simplest technique is to divide them into two: one, which belongs to the polite and the other one, which...
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  • English Grammar in Conversation
    of conversational features going from those which are well represented also in the written medium to those which are virtually absent from it such as dysfluency phenomena, which in written language are restricted to writing modelled on speech, as in fictional dialogue. There were on the other hand...
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  • Japanese
    ’: Nihongo o oshiete kudasái. Yuubínkyoku e no michi o oshiete kudasái. Please teach me Japanese. Please tell me the way to the post office. While these –te kudasái forms make perfectly acceptable requests for most situations, there are times when you might need a more polite expression...
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  • Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Between Cultures and Genders.
    dialogue, voice tone, cadence ( how we say what we say), and written language. Nonverbal communication is more complex, it involves gestures, proxemics (distance between speakers), body contact, posture, facial expressions and eye contact (Swan J, Deumert A, Lillis T, Mesthrie R, 2004...
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  • Telephone Conversation
    The Nigerian poet Wole Soyinka uses the poem the telephone conversation to express the apathy one, particularly the black has, against Apartheid. Through an ironical dialogue over the telephone the poet criticizes the strong feeling of hatred that has arisen due to racial discrimination. The poem...
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  • Function of Speech Acts
    Functions of Speech Acts in a Dialogue Introduction The dialogue analyzed in this paper is about two foreign students who have lunch in a restaurant. They sit next to each other at a counter and wait to be served. They do not know each other, but because the wait is too long they get bored...
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  • Alan Ginsberg - a Literary Envoy or Just an Indignant Speaker?
    nothing in a polite silence. Allen Ginsberg was a gay. He fought for the rights of homosexuals in a different way, according to his opinion about so called ‘ticklers’. He claimed that the right way of the movement for the homosexual rights was an expression of emotions and tenderness which was...
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  • Tamil Learn
    politeness by such words as ‘please’ or ‘thank you’. In Tamil, such lubrication of vocal interaction is done by tone of voice, facial expression, and sometimes by grammatical features. One effect of this sort of thing is that a Tamil dialogue that is totally natural and authentic may have features that seem...
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  • Politeness - a Comparison Between Chinese and English
    expressions." But it is not easy to make simple generalizations, since polite offers, for example, are often bald-on-record imperatives. This shows that ‘on record' and ‘off record' are categories that do not precisely coincide with categories of linguistic forms only. What is important to consider as...
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  • Japanese Final Particles and Self-Expressions in Japanese Gay Males
    ,” indicating that women should use more polite and humbler expressions than men (I briefly discuss women’s language and politeness in the next section). This language control administered by the Japanese government not only solidified the idea of women’s language but also forced women to subjugate...
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  • Measure for Measure
    prose !!!! Most passages mix up prose / verse. Duke in prose when addressing Lucio => very significative. Indicates shift in mood. 10) Importance of language & words Find what seems important in passage. Themes -> deceit Equal share of the dialogue. Reccurrent expressions -> many terms...
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  • Dialogue
    Khalil Renauld Kasia Orlikowska Nora Maskuniitty Jean-Paul Albertini Dialogue Wiki 2 CONTENTS I. what is dialogue? 3 II. dialogue 3 1. Dialogues components 1.1 Listening 1.2 Waiting 1.3 Respect 1.4 Speaking up 2. Dialogues process 3. Dialogue at work 3.1 Effective...
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  • Pragmatic
    conversation, her facial expression, the introduction she provided ("listen to this") - and the specific devices used, you can tell she is about to tell a joke. Imagine the exact same words are uttered by a policeman who stops you for running a red light, by a priest at a wedding or a politician holding an...
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  • Mgmt1001 Topic 10 Communication
    transmission but a twonot onetwotwo way transaction dialogue.’ (Johannsen, 1971, cited in Blundel, 2004) “The most important thing in communication is to hear what hear isn't being said.” Peter Drucker What do Stefani Germanotta and Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu have in common? What do...
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  • Raise the Red Lantern Scene Analysis
    dialogue between Songlian and her mother at the very start of the scene, we are notified that she is unwillingly being sent away to get married with a wealthy man, as she makes constant pauses indicating her unwillingness and the Heavy flat despondent tone to show that she is unhappy. As the story...
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  • Analytical Reading “The Luncheon” by Somerset Maugham
    the climax. Now, after 20 years had passed by, the narrator has had his revenge at last because "Today she weighs twenty-one stone". This story is a first-person narrative. The dialogues are predominant in the complications - the biggest part of the text. The general atmosphere of the text is...
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