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    has the function of facilitating positive reinforcement of contents. In addition, identification of a verb between the context repeatedly studied during this thematic content (verb, “to have”, to feel”) has been added to the test. This will show grammatical knowledge acqui... ... middle of paper ... ...be asked to name concrete items and actions on pictures. The word bank provided has the function of facilitating positive reinforcement of contents. Students with physical disabilities may underline

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    Verb tense can be divided into three different categories namely the present, the past, and the future tense. These three categories are what is called the simple tense, progressive tense, and perfect tense. The simple present tense is under the category that describes a present state. It talks about the immediate action. An example would be, “She jumps”. The simple past is used to describe past actions, words that mostly end with”ed” for example “I climbed”. And the simple future is used to describe

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    1. Introduction: Defining the periods of English As being a contentious issue, arbitrariness can be expected in terms of the divisions of different English language periods. In this essay, I am taking Nevalainen’s (2006:1) perspective, who is a favourer of the idea that 1700 is the dividing line of early and late Modern English periods. The date created for my two Frederick Hamilton’s letters are in 1790 and 1810 respectively. Therefore, they both belong to the late Modern English period. In the

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    about the situation she is in at all, and that she relates to violence a lot of the time because she is used to seeing violence going on around her. At the very start of the novel the narrator was continuously slipping in and out of the present tense, she would often talk in the past

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    made to do. Blake uses short verses, with 4 lines in each verse and short lines in the verses because he is trying to get the point across that because of chimney sweeping and prostitution the children’s lives were cut short. Blake also uses present tense in the poem because he is trying to get across to people that society has to change before exploitation and prostitution... ... middle of paper ... ... what happens to their children. The line ‘casts to the fat dogs that lie’ is upsetting because

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    same attitude with Janie, telling her that he is rested and that he is “goin’ out” too “look around” for something for them to do (168-9). The indecision lies not with the two of them but instead with the outside world. The use of active, present-tense verbs makes the passage vibrant and lifelike. It is clear to the reader from this passage that the couple is happy and confident in themselves; they will give most anything “a poor man’s trial” (168). They are not worried about their future, and the

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    Theatre and Language in the Soliloquies of Hamlet The first Folio is prefaced with an address to the reader to "Read him again and again". In terms of words and action, Hamlet is the most self conscious play about its own theatricality. Words and actions throughout the play are inextricably linked, as is the notion of "playing" a part. From the outset of the play we see evidence of the external show compared with the underlying reality. In Act One, Hamlet's speech to Gertrude (Nay seems.

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    more figurative languages such as personification and metaphors. Because I am aiming for a tense atmosphere, especially near the end, perhaps I can personify the sirens. In the last paragraph, instead of simply stating “the sound of sirens,” I can change the “sound” to “screech,” thus making it “the screech of sirens.” This will make the sirens more “rabid” and threatening to Mary, thus contributing to the tense atmosphere. 
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    vulnerable position, where he has no-one to turn to. This also shows that Billy’s mood was uneasy, due to having to be careful in an isolated area. Billy recalls a friend telling him that “bath was a splendid city”. The past tense is used in the quote to outline the past tense. This is further outlined in a later paragraph when Billy notices that “the houses were all identical “and that “the paint was peeling form the woodwork”. This yet again outlines why Bath ‘used’ to be a splendid city. It is

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    interrogative to refer to the audience, in the sentence ‘can you believe leg makeup was the trend?’. ‘You’ immediately informs the reader of the intimate tone of the writer, and supplies a personal sense of shock. I have also written in present tense, as opposed to past tense, as I feel this creates a sense of immediacy, as well as making the reader feel involved in the current season’s fashion trends. I have opened by developing a shock factor for the audience by using a declarative mood, ‘Last year it was

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