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    The importance of vocabulary It has often been remarked how strange it is that comparatively little has been researched and written on the teaching and learning of a second or foreign language vocabulary. Furthermore, it is also worth mentioning that several issues such as grammatical competence, reading or writing have traditionally received considerably more attention and interest within language teaching than the teaching and learning of vocabulary, which has never aroused the same degree of

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    Their has been several additions and changes to English throughout the years. Today students are taught English through literature from some of the greatest authors of all time. When a student reaches the twelfth grade they start to learn the history of the language in British Literature. Works like Beowulf and Canterbury Tales represent two eras and two stages of English, old and middle. Historic landmarks play a part in an author's writing. Monarchs control the authors environment. The study of

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    Dear Editor, Your newspaper recently published an article titled “A Point of View: Why I don’t tweet” by Adam Gopnik. As a student of linguistics, I’ve written numerous essays on language in social media and text messaging, but am also part of the generation that uses it consistently in day-to-day life. Therefore, I feel my opinion is informed enough to offer a contrasting perspective, as I find Mr. Gopnik’s apparent ignorance on the matter alarming. I simply cannot understand how Mr. Gopnik

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    Introduction Every once in a while, it is a good idea to sit back, relax, and read a book. Who Moved My Cheese? By Spencer Johnson, M.D. is a great example of metaphors relating to life and what we as humans go through to obtain certain aspects of it. There are four protagonists who wander through their maze, all looking for their cheese. Hem, Haw, Sniff, and Scurry. Each character goes about the maze in their own way looking for their cheese. They encounter obstacles that get in their way, but ultimately

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    The technical writer?s invisibility OK, let?s get this thing out of the way. I?m a technical writer and I have been reading a lot lately about the challenges of technical writing. How original, I know. Bear with me here. We?ve recently had new additions to our group. So, in order to give the newbies some words of encouragement and arcane wisdom, I tried to channel my inner grandpa and initially decided to convey my own insights and ruminations about the craft: I would pepper my speech with a bunch

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    Translation has always played a key role in shaping cultures, societies, languages, and literatures throughout the history of mankind. On the other hand, in contrast to all its potentials, the discipline has been underestimated within academia and it had not been studied in any systematic way as a planning activity until the last century (Toury, 2002). Having been overshadowed by linguistics and comparative literature, the discipline of translation studies was conceived as a subordinate academic

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    The Inexplicable Logic of My Life Reading Response Although Saenz’ novel, The Inexplicable Logic of My Life, moved extremely slow at first for me, it unpacks a lot. His almost poetic prose provides a beautifully written story in short chapters. There is very little plot; simply a story in which we meet a friend group who deals with loss, heartbreak, grief, love, and growth. Saenz’ use of symbolism really stands out, one of the most significant symbols being Salvador’s name. Although Sally is

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    The Brakes I enjoyed reading “The Brakes”, mostly because I like seeing the continuing story of Tommy and the kid. Personally, I love to see characters development, which is hard to come by in short stories. So, reading this third installment of Tommy’s story, almost was relieving in away. Mostly, because I hate wondering what happens, in general. I'm also one of the few people in the class, who liked the story “Can a Corn”.  So revisiting the life of the characters, sparked interest in me. Something

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    How to Review a book

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    you have read the book, and you are giving your professional opinions. For this project, your audience is not the teacher but the student body of your school. As you write your review, write it with the intention of having it published in the school paper where everyone at your school will read it. Reading Instructions and Taking Notes In order to facilitate your preparation for writing your review, the following suggestions are offered as you read the book: 1. Read the entire book, preface, introduction

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    challenges between people is writer’s block which refers to when a writer loses the ability to produce new material or faces a lack of creativity while writing. Another commonly made writing error is the failure to vividly convey the meaning behind a paper due to a lack of connection between the writer and the audience. However, even though those challenges may alter the quality of an essay massively and may seem unconquerable, it is not necessarily difficult to be able to overcome those

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