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Interrogative Word

Katharine Shobes and John Kihlstrom, two research scholars from highly accredited institutions, provide insight into interrogative suggestibility and "memory work" in their discussion on the topics. While trying to explain the meaning of interrogative suggestibility, the authors uses an example of how it can be used to "brain wash" some patients in the clinical setting. Interrogative suggestibility is when clinicians use memory techniques like hypnosis, guided imagery and dreams to try and determine...

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Pronouns: Interrogative Pronoun

differently in a sentence: it acts as a pronoun, taking the place of a noun. Interrogative Pronouns An interrogative pronoun is used in a question. It helps to ask about something. The interrogative pronouns are what, which, who, whom, and compound words ending in "ever," such as whatever, whichever, whoever, and whomever. What on earth is that? Who ate the last Fig Newton? An interrogative pronoun may look like an interrogative adjective, but it is used differently in a sentence: it acts as a pronoun...

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lesson plan

Secondary) I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the discussion, the students should be able to: 1. State the four kinds of sentence, namely the declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences. 2. Familiarize the punctuation marks used in each type of sentences. 3. Classify sentences according to their used. 4. Construct declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory sentences. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: The Four Types of Sentences B. Reference: Laboratory Activities in English...

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Latin I Final Exam Study Guide--Lingua Latina

also used with certain prepositions. Practice Decline the 1st declension word, ‘puella.’ Sg. Pl. N. G. D. Ac. Ab. Decline the 2nd declension word, ‘equus.’ What gender is this word? _________________________ Sg. Pl. N. G. D. Ac. Ab. Decline the 2nd declension word, ‘atrium.’ What gender is this word? _________________________ Sg. Pl. N. G. D. ...

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A Speech On Strangers Are Non-Judgemental?

little concern, I asked how things were going at her end. She smiled and said, “I just spoke to my husband, I think we are heading towards a split.” Taken aback by the very personal piece of information she had just shared with me, I fell short of words. I gauged she trusted me to some extent, having imparted such news to me. As my duty I told her what I felt, that there is nothing in this world that cannot be resolved with communication. I knew what it is for couples to part ways post marriage; I...

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A Stylistics Analysis of Sons and Lovers

A Stylistics Analysis of Sons and Lovers 2006级教育硕士 周凌帆 2006694 一.Abstract: In this essay, I mainly talk about the author, D.H.Lawrence and his works. And I also give a brief analysis of Sons and Lovers. 二.Key words: Sons and Lovers, analysis 三.Body: 1. Brief account of the author of the passage David Herbert Lawrence is one of the major novelists of the English tradition He was born at Eastwood, England, in 1885, the fourth child of a collier father and a genteel mother...

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Grice Coopeative Principle

In the declarative, we have a subject before the finite. For example, Philip made some cake. Sometimes, commodity can be in the form of goods and services. Speakers offer goods and services by virtue of questions realised by interrogative clauses. In the interrogative, the finite comes before the subject. For example, Would you like some cake? Instead of offering goods and services, speakers can also use questions to present themselves as seeking information from their addressee. For example...

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Conversational Narcissism in the Classroom

material he had just discussed in his lecture. The preceding lecture covered marked words (words that clearly define or describe only one object). A student who seemed confused asked Professor Ivanoff how the use of marked words was connected to our study of Linguistics.<br><br>A student said, "Everyone knows that when you say table, a table is something with four legs and a flat surface. So table is a marked word. In a sense we already knew that because we don't go around calling everything a table...

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Ted Hughes 'Wodwo' and 'Crow's Account of the Battle'

in order to provide an objective viewpoint, we can still see in this poetry Hughes’s own disapproving feelings about war in the tone of the poem, “This had happened too often before/ And was going to happen to often in the future”. The nature of the word “Account” in the title is very scientific in itself, and the lack of metre in the poem accentuates the tone of a report. There are no agencies in this poem, we encounter human parts such as ‘ear’, ‘eyes’, ‘intestines’, ‘brains’, ‘hair and ‘teeth’ but...

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Focus on the Learner

lacking or placed incorrectly, for example: ‘Where you live?’ and ‘What you doing?’; however, if he is asked to repeat, he will acknowledge his mistake and self-correct it. Again, this is due to not having auxiliary verbs in Arabic, just question words. In an attempt to strengthen his skimming skills, Muftah may buy an English newspaper on his way to work (or borrow a magazine from the school library), pick an article, and try to summarize it with his son. At the end of the week, he may hand...

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