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    Travel Behaviour Essay

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    Researches on travel behaviour can be broadly grouped into two (Curtis and Perkins (2006): (1) studies on the impact of urban form on travel behaviour and (2) socio-demographic/economic and lifestyle factors that may influence travel behaviour. Some combine elements of the urban form and socio-demographic debate. The most important socio-demographic/economic variables that influence travel behaviour include age, gender, household composition, income, gender and car ownership, level of education,

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    Masculine and Feminine Perspectives in To the Lighthouse Although subjectivity and objectivity are both constantly at work in today's society, the two concepts have opposite meanings.  We can categorize subjectivity as a quality that dominates the female persona, whereas objectivity is clearly the tool of the male.  Woolf represents these two opposing views in the form of characters.  During the course of a conversation concerning the weather, Mr. Ramsay and Mr. Tansley completely sever logic

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    Gender Typed Play Essay

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    Gender-typed play is a very apparent aspect of preschool aged children’s play experiences (Goble, Martin, Hanish, & Fabes, 2012). Research indicates that female children prefer to play with feminine items, and male children prefer to play with masculine items (Goble et al., 2012). It is also evident that children prefer to play with peers of the same-sex (Fabes, Martin, & Hanish, 2003). This could potentially contribute to why research tends to show the same patterns in gender-typed play. However

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    The Language of Gender, Race, and Class Sustains Power Born into the world, Homo Sapiens inherit a mythology through language and ideas justifying their place in that world. Mythology is an invisible mental world that supports the physical world. Language may be an apparatus for surviving experience, but it only gives the individual mental analogies of reality. Language is not value free; language has political power implications inherited from its popular mythology. These political power

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    look up a word in a dictionary, you will often see what word class that word comes under depending on the definition of the word you’re looking for. For example, the word, word, can be either a noun or a verb, depending on the context you’re using it in, for example, in “a word of caution”, word is a noun, but in “he words his request”, words is a verb. There are eight major word classes we have covered during LING101, those being nouns, main verbs, adjectives, adverbs, determiners, prepositions,

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    parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs and adjectives etc. The words of a given class exhibit two or more forms in somewhat different grammatical circumstances. These forms are not interchangeable and each can be used only in a given grammatical situation. This variation in form is required by the existence of a grammatical category applying to that class of words. Thus a grammatical category is "a linguistic category which has the effect of modifying the forms of some class of words in a language"

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    Collocation Case Study

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    consist of three word class, namely a noun, an adjective, and a verb that can be added by a preposition, to-infinitve, that-clause. Furthermore, there are 8 basic types of grammatical collocations: a. Noun + preposition For example: blockade against b. Noun + to-infinitive For example: she felt a need to do it. c. Noun + that-clause For example: she reached an agreement that he would represent her in court. d. Preposition + noun For example: by accident e. Adjective

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    subject-verb agreement is useful in a variety of lesson forms. In the case of subject-verb agreement, teachers can facilitate easier learning by teaching the class with techniques that raise awareness of subject-verb agreement, thereby helping the learner recognize subject-verb agreement (Ellis, 2002; Fotos, 2002; Richards, 2009). Upon observing a class of pre-intermediate level ESL students, it has been perceived that students could not master the agreement between the subjects and verbs and were reluctant

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    Collocation Analysis

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    collocation to complex grammatical structures. However, it is difficult for many students to acquire this knowledge without it being explicitly taught. Woolard (ETP 2005: 48) states that ‘the noun provides the most efficient focus for learning collocations’. For this reason, I chose to focus on collocations with nouns as it will have a huge value on the learners. This essay will not focus on other lexical items such as phrasal verbs, lexical phrases, and fixed/semi-fixed expressions. I will limit my scope

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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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