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    INTRODUCTION A studies have been done to examine the composition of English grammatical errors made by the pupils of Six Meranti, Sekolah Kebangsaan Dato’ Ahmad Said Ipoh Perak. The purpose of the analysis was carried out to identify grammatical errors that have been made among primary school students learn English.This study also to identify weaknesses, how to apply grammar skills when pupils write a composition. This analysis has been conducted on 20 people, including four Chinese students and

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    Grammar Paper

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    complex sentences similar to the preceding one, it is often difficult for me to distinguish whether a prepositional phrase is acting as an adverb or an adjective. In the introductory sentence, it is challenging for me to tell whether the prepositional phrase “in the Super Bowl” acts as an adverb of place for the verb “playing” or as an adjective for the noun phrase “NFL players”. Furthermore, complex sentences can make identify the function of the prepositional phrase even more challenging by adding

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    Depth of Processing and the Self Reference Effect There have been many experiments done on depth of processing and the self reference effect. The Depth of Processing model of memory maintains that how deep something is encoded into a person's memory depends on using certain types of processing. This relates to the self reference effect because it is believed that people have the tendency to remember something better when they can relate it to themselves. People who can personally relate to

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    the heroic deeds of Gilgamesh, a Mesopotamian king. Many ancient writers followed suit of the Mesopotamians, especially Roman and Greek poets. Two significant examples are The Odyssey and The Iliad by Homer, and The Aeneid by Vergil. Formally, the adjective definition of the word epic is “noting or pertaining to a long poetic composition, usually centered upon a hero, in which a series of great achievements or events is narrated in elevated style.” (Dictionary.com) Its noun definition is “an epic book

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    know the types of phrase and its grammatical rule and structure clearly. There are 5 types of phrase including Gerund Phrase that will begin with –ing word and always function as noun. They can wo... ... middle of paper ... ..., verb, adverb, adjective and preposition. For example, to identify noun phrase, you only have to look for noun (I, He, Tommy) and to identify verb phrase, only look for verb (run, swim, watching, jump). If you want to identify which type, you just look for that word type

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    Thomas Hardy sometimes uses the landscape to reflect mood of his characters. Choose two brief extracts (about two pages each) where he does this; one when Tess is happy and another when she is not. How does Hardy reflect Tess's mood through landscape in these extracts? 1) Thomas Hardy sometimes uses the landscape to reflect mood of his characters. Choose two brief extracts (about two pages each) where he does this; one when Tess is happy and another when she is not. How does Hardy reflect

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    1. Count and non-count nouns Form Nouns can be countable or uncountable Countable nouns They have singular and plural forms. One book / two books A woman /some women Before countable nouns we use a/an and numbers. A cellphone An apple Two chairs We use some and any before plural nouns and uncountable nouns to talk about an indefinite quantity Some pens Some desks Any books Some nouns are uncountable in English, but we can use some expressions to make them countable nouns Milk a glass of milk

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    1. Introduction This squib is a comparative study on the DP hypothesis and proper names parameter in Italian and Hijazi dialect of Arabic. The Hijazi dialect of Arabic is the speech of around 6,000,000 people spoken in the West Coast of Saudi Arabia mainly in the large cities of Jeddah, Mecca, Medina, Yanbu, and some inhabitants of Al-Taif (Ethnolougue, 2013). Following Longobardi’s (1994) principles for the DP structure in Romance languages, particularly for Italian in terms of N-to-D raising,

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    Calligraphy would have been a more appropriate font, although it perhaps looks a little overdone, it is nearer to an elderly woman's handwriting. Use of the word "loneliest" in the torn out letter clip is good because it is a superlative emphatic adjective and emphasises the degree of loneliness and adds to emotional impact to the reader. The ... ... middle of paper ... ...uggle" has been included to again emote the reader, along with "tragedy". In the last sentence, the modal auxiliary "could"

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    excellent musician.” (adjective) Definition: A person exhibiting extreme symptoms of wild behavior Sentence: 1. The more drinks the man had he began acting maniacally at the poker table, tossing his chips at other opponents. (adverb) 2. On Fear Factor the man’s maniacal behavior allowed him to go through with apple bobbing in a pit of snakes. (adjective) 3. There were no witnesses to the murder, but nearby neighbors said they heard a maniacal laugh around the same time. (adjective) Plaintive -Pg 24

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    ironically he did not hate this feeling at past, but now kerosene smell was making him to vomit. Luxuriously Adjective. 1. very comfortable and expensive : richly appealing 2. feeling or showing a desire for expensive things Rose expected to have luxuriously furnished hotel room in her school trip, but the room she was actually assigned to was a filthy and tiny room which enraged her. Prior Adjective. 1. existing earlier in time 2. formal : more important than something else because it came first Although

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    scuttle across the meadow near the tent, watching them with alert, intelligent eyes. (Adjective) Definition: leaf-eating African monkey with silky fur, a long tail, and very small or absent thumbs. Sentences: 1. The colobus are a prime example of vegetarians since their diet consists of plants. (Noun) 2. She had an obsession with silk and strived to get the rarest piece for her collection, colobus fur. (Adjective) 3. The Wall of China being the length of a colobus monkey might be a hyperbole, but

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    have been observed during the analysis, and since many of these above mentioned overlap (e.g. Notable lists embrace also Charisma words etc.) an analytical division of lexical items has been created, inspired on different references, too. The following examples will provide an insight into the occurrence of punch words in cosmetics advertisements: “Did you hear the news? New, lower prices on Pro-X, Olay’s most effective, anti-aging regimen. Check stores today and share this with your friends.” (Picture

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    Analyzing an Advertisement Advertising is one of the world's foremost businesses. Companies use this media to communicate their ideas, products and messages to the general public. This is one type of advert, which is used to draw people to donate to a cause. It is called an appeal. This appeal is from Help The Aged, a fairly large charity, dedicated to helping the older and less able people. This particular advert is for the SeniorLink pendant, a small telephone pendant that helps people

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    Radburn did this by his heading which was 'The best way to help people pass wealth to their grandchildren is to scrap inheritance tax '. By using the superlative adjective 'best' demonstrates that he has the solution to this issue. I decided that I would use a similar technique; I used the powerful present participle of 'destroying' in my headline. I feel that this demonstrates the urgency of the issue, and creates

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    Collocation Analysis

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    words are more firmly married to each other than the other’ while Thornbury (2006) states that ‘if two words collocate, they frequently occur together’. I chose to agree with Hill (in Lewis 2000) that collocations are content words (nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs) occur together predictably. Collocations can be categorised as strong, fixed and weak (O’Dell & McCarthy, 2008: 8). In his book, Lewis (1997) describes these categories in accordance with their fixedness and restriction. • Weak collocators:

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    but a whole process of analysis of the needs of my students as learners and myself as teacher. Here you will find a simple but common and repetitive error found in the writing process of language learning, which is the inverted order of noun and adjective in English from the Spanish standard rule. As being so common, there are different theories and approaches which try to explain it and a similar amount of researches who tried to solve this problem. From this perspective, I decided to select the

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    Analysis Of Narcissus

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    reflexivity of his action. Here we see polyptoton with “petit” and “petitur” as in the line above. Assonance links these two verbs, conveying again the reflexivity of Narcissus’ admiration of his image. This is a version of a golden line, in which the adjectives precede and the nouns follow the verb in symmetrical order, in this case with an adverb as well. Its use may be ironic here, recounting Narcissus’ repeated, ineffective actions. The fountain is ironically described as “deceitful,” when really it

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    An action or a state of being. Used as an action correctly: The dog ran away. Used as an action incorrectly: The dog run away. Used as a state of being correctly: I am well today. Used as a state of being incorrectly: I is well today. ADJECTIVE – Describing a noun. The big dog barked. Overuse can be its misuse, making your sentence too long, repetitive and boring. The big, smelly, hairy and ugly dog barked. ADVERB – Describes a verb. The big dog barked loudly. Loudly describes how

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    The definition of objectify is according to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary it is “to treat as an object or cause to have objective reality” In both “Hills Like White Elephants” and “A&P” there is an instance of objectification. This paper is a comparison of “Hills Like White Elephants” and “A&P”. They both have some pretty strong similarities and some obvious differences as well. In “A&P” it seems a little more harmless than “Hills Like White Elephants” but nonetheless it is still a part of the story

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