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A cross cultural study of using hedges in refusing a request in english and vietnamese

A cross cultural study of using hedges in refusing a request in english and vietnamese
... CHAPTER II ENGLISH AND VIETNAMESE IDIOMS USING NAMES OF ANIMALS 2.1 English and Vietnamese Idioms Using Names of Animals 2.1.1 The Names of Animals in English Idioms 2.1.2 The Names of Animals ... Pedagogical Suggestions for Teaching English Idioms Teaching and learning a language are teaching and learning a culture Language and culture can not be separated Teaching the idioms can be a ... and special features Using idioms in everyday enriches the color of language and abundance of life Both English and Vietnamese languages are rich in images and have a lot of idioms And among them,...
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Báo cáo " Training students’ self-expression in English through portfolio assessment: A trial in English literature " pptx

Báo cáo
... essay on the theme of humanism in The Last Leaf by O’Henry are not only exquisite in language but also original in idea: “… Behrman’s death is not a normal death but an incarnation into his masterpiece, ... challenging, it can be exhilarating at the same time, as learners may discover a new freedom of self-expression in their new language Speaking, writing, and responding to the world in a new language ... [1] J Lehtovaara, What is it - (FL) teaching? In V Kohonen, R Jaatinen, P Kaikkonen & J Lehtovaara (Eds.), Experiential learning in foreign language education (pp 141-176) Longman, Harlow, 2001...
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VĂN HAY TIỂU HỌC Đoạn văn hay lớp 4 - Tả con khỉ trong sở thú - Describing a monkey in the zoo

VĂN HAY TIỂU HỌC Đoạn văn hay lớp 4 - Tả con khỉ trong sở thú - Describing a monkey in the zoo
... tropical rain forests) - Monkeys love to eat fruits (like BANANAS), but monkeys eat will anything that smells good and bad - Monkeys are sneaky, and in cities like Bangkok, they will steal food ... monkey in the zoo Such as:playful, energetic, mischievous, wild, dangerous, curious,other word for monkeys-primates There are some information, ideas to describe a monkey - Monkeys live in the jungle ... and unsuspecting tourists - Monkeys have feelings just like humans (Love, Fear, Compassion, Hate) - Monkeys nurse and help each other when wounded - They hold hands and groom with affection -...
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Đơn Xin Việc Bằng Tiếng Anh Applying For A Job In English

Đơn Xin Việc Bằng Tiếng Anh  Applying For A Job In English
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A study of some linguistic features of expressions describing the villains in kiều story and their english translational equivalents

A study of some linguistic features of expressions describing the villains in kiều story and their english translational equivalents
... CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS 5.1 SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS With the aim of studying the EDVs in the masterpiece of Nguy n Du in terms of lexical and semantic means and their English translational equivalents, ... related to the research in the library and other sources from the Internet in both English and Vietnamese • Analyzing the lexical and semantic features of EDVs in Ki u’s Story and their equivalents ... people in English to compare 3.3.2 Data Analysis semantic features of EDVs only in the Story of Ki u and their Data are analyzed on the basis of the knowledge of lexicology equivalents in the English...
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A contrastive analysis of syntactic structures employed in describing trends in English and Vietnamese business articles

A contrastive analysis of syntactic structures employed in describing trends in English and Vietnamese business articles
... used in describing trends in English and in Vietnamese from the perspective of traditional grammar - To make a contrastive analysis between English and Vietnamese syntactic structures used in describing ... trends in English and Vietnamese business articles, studies the syntactic structures i.e clauses and phrases used to describe changes in English and Vietnamese business articles Similarities and ... describing trends in business articles to deduce their differences and similarities - To propose some pedagogical implications for better teaching and learning of describing charts or graphs and...
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Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the graphs below

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the graphs below
... dollars in research funding, diarrhoea 60 million dollars in research funding, malaria 50 million dollars and TB 20 million dollars in research funding In conclusion it is clear that funding allocation ... model answer: The graphs compare the number of deaths caused by six diseases in Someland in 1990 with the amount of research funding allocated to each of those diseases It can be clearly seen that ... contrasted with the amount of funding allocated for each disease In 1990 AIDS received 180 million dollars in research funding, leprosy 80 million dollars in research funding, tropical diseases 79 million...
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Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the two graphs below

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the two graphs below
... situation had changed radically by 1995 In 1995, 90% of women in Someland had completed secondary education and of those, half had graduated from an initial degree and 20% had gone on to postgraduate ... postgraduate studies At the other end of the scale we can see that by 1995 all girls were completing lower secondary, although 10% ended their schooling at this point This is in stark contrast with ... primary school, 35% had no schooling at all and 35% only completed the third grade In conclusion, we can see that in the 50 years from 1945 to 1995 there have been huge positive developments to the...
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