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I know that women don’t like me!’ Presuppositions in therapeutic discourse Marta Andersson pot

I know that women don’t like me!’ Presuppositions in therapeutic discourse Marta Andersson pot
... Certainly further investigation of empirical material is needed in order to verify the initial observation that binding may be a predominant strategy for presupposition resolution in therapeutic discourse, ... kind of information they introduce may create certain obstructions in communication, particularly when the information is hearer-new Hence my hypothesis is that introducing new information via ... both their own presuppositions and those made by patients Another interesting idea worth scrutinizing in therapeutic discourse would be presuppositions triggered in intensional contexts, i. e modals...
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LIKES AND DISLIKES hate like don t like don t mind

LIKES AND DISLIKES   hate like don t like don t mind
... x) Your father's friends _ driving their cars when it is raining  ...
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Don't Bet On It

Don't Bet On It
... that this bit of information wouldn't damage the Senator, even if it were true I walked into the kitchen to check on the turkey chili and found it just about ready I sliced some fresh Italian bread ... telephone list, which I should have gotten.” “What did you want with the phone list?” “Oh, nothing more than the names and phone numbers of people who might have a connection to future contracts ... the news Fingerprints on one glass found in the townhouse of Kathy Pendleton belonged to her That wasn't too startling The fingerprints on the other glass belonged to none other than Senator...
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Don't Make Me Think

Don't Make Me Think
... First Law of Usability DON’T MAKE ME THINK! Self-evident, obvious and self-explanatory The user should be able to “get it” Krug’s First Law of Usability is Don’t Make Me Think If you only have room ... job to get rid of the question marks Things That Make Us Think A lot of things on a Web page can make users stop and think unnecessarily, like names of things, and links and buttons that aren’t ... idiosyncratic It’s situational You can refill it Sometimes a single mistake can empty it I’m out of here! 18 1: Some people have a large reservoir, some small Some people are more suspicious by nature;...
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Angry customers don’t come back,

Angry customers don’t come back,
... managing the emotions of angry customers and the behavior that is instigated by them becomes crucial Whereas most dissatisfied customers generally not bother to complain, angry customers exhibit a ... opportunity to respond directly Moreover, angry customers may express their feelings in negative, (verbally) aggressive ways Developing skills to cope with angry customers responses may help service ... support for such a model Recall that Study showed that angry customers were dissatisfied, but that dissatisfied customers were not necessarily angry This finding is in line with the contention that...
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Don''t Go There - Words and Expressions to Avoid

Don''t Go There - Words and Expressions to Avoid
... understand There' s medical, legal, educational, and technological jargon All sports, hobbies, | a nd games have their own jargon, as the arts Chapter ^ : Don't 60 There: Words and Expressions to Avoid ... one person's race, be sure to mention everyone else's Chapter 2*1: Don't Go There: Words and Expressions to Avoid 317 Spin Doctors When's the last time someone tried to sell you an "underground ... guidelines to help you use nonsexist language when you write and speak: Avoid using he to refer to both men and women Sexist: He is a good writer so he knows how to select suitable words Nonsexist: Good...
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Knowing When You Don’t Know

Knowing When You Don’t Know
... Chapter 7, Knowing What You Know showed you how to know when you know for sure You know that you know the material when you have: 60 KNOWING WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW • • • A clear picture in your mind ... Street And you re always using what you know to help you find the answers to what you don’t know 62 KNOWING WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW Here’s an example of how you use what you know to help you create ... what you know and then finding what you don’t know is something you already know how to If you were in an unfamiliar town and wanted to get to Adams Street, you would know that you don’t know...
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Tài liệu 01) Don''''t say besides ppt

Tài liệu 01) Don''''t say besides ppt
... Don't say "besides" Besides is informal English Instead of: Besides his deaf aunt, there was no one in the house to hear the awful...
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