Participle Essays

  • Essay on the Artful Paradox of Sonnet 66

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    In sonnet 66, Shakespeare creates a paradoxical difficulty for himself as a poet. As Helen Vendler points out, the censorship described in line 9 necessitates an absence of art from the poem (309-10), yet coevally Shakespeare must keep the reader interested. He straddles this problem by speeding the tempo, creating questions in the reader’s mind, and representing intense emotions-- all through apparently artless techniques. Most obtrusively, both sound technique and constant end-stoppage speed

  • Analysis Of Narcissus

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    Here the boy lay down, weary both from his zealous hunting and because of the heat, drawn to the beauty of the place and the fountain. While he was eager to slake his thirst, another thirst grew, and while he drank, he was seized by the image of a figure he saw, and he loved a discarnate dream. He thought that which is a shadow is a body. He was enthralled with himself, and, with his face still, he stared at that same face, just like a statue made of Parian marble. Seated on the ground he observed

  • reflection

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    Having not studies for ten years, I knew there were several areas in my academic writing that needed to be improved. After receiving feedback from ‘Writer’s Diet’ on my submission on ‘why teachers should be effective communicators’ (See Appendix 1) was extremely helpful on the specific points I should be focussing on when writing an academic paper; therefore hopefully improve and achieve a clearer and concise piece of writing to readers. Other resources I used to gain feedback on areas to improve

  • German Participle Formation Essay

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    German participle and complex word formation German participle formation through affixation is generally predictable, but not foreseeable by the surface structure of the verb. For monomorphemic verbs, a German participle is formed by attaching the participle marker ge- and a participle suffix to the verb stem. Depending on the verb, the participle suffix can either be -t (e.g. saugen - gesaugt ‘vacuum – vacuumed’) or -en (e.g. geben - gegeben ‘to give-gave’). -t participles are considered productive

  • Examples Of Interrogrative Sentence In Passive And Passive Voice

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    ‘wh’ words that begin the sentence do so even in the passive voice. So, we have—question word + to be verb+ thing doing action+ verb. e.g. What /did/ the Mad Hatter/ say. In interrogative passive sentences, we have—question word + to be verb+ past participle of verb + by + thing doing action. So we can give the passive voice sentence as- What /was /said /by/ the Mad Hatter. ‘in ‘Alice in Wonderland’’ is added on information. Thus, option 4 is the suitable answer. Q4. In the question, a sentence has

  • Analysis Of Kate Chopin's The Awakening

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    In the book, The Awakening, Kate Chopin addresses a common struggles woman face in society through the main character Edna Pontellier during the 1800s. Edna Pontellier is an American woman infused with charm and grace. Edna’s charm could not escape her. She moved gracefully among the crowds and appeared self-contained. Edna learned to master her feeling by not showing outward and spoken feelings of affections, either in herself or in others. This type of behavior appears common in society and understood

  • Analysis Of Grammar Thrax

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    There are four grades of the past, imperfect, perfect, pluperfect and aorist. Of these, there are related; the present was related to the imperfect; the perfect is related to the pluperfect, and the future was related to the aorist. PARTICIPLE: The participle was a word type that shares the properties of verb and noun. It has the same simultaneous features as noun and verb, except for person and mood. The article was in case –forming part of a sentence that precede or follows nouns. The one that


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    As it is shown in the Contents section, this chapter will be organized in two sub-chapters (The etymology of the ~ing form and respectively, The multiple uses of the -ing form) under the generic title of THE DIACRONIC APPROACH OF THE -ING. We propose to start with a diachronic approach of the -ing form, beginning with Old English until Modern English. We believe that only by a historical analysis of the -ing phenomenon we can understand its multiple uses and flexibility, consequently, we continue

  • Grammatical Processing in Language Learners

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    they did, indeed, use the same processing techniques as native adult speakers. A study on the production of high and low frequency German regular and irregular participle forms (6). It was found that like native adults, children produced high-frequency irregular participles faster than low-frequency one and high-frequency regular participles slower than low-frequency ones (7-8). A second study on comprehension of German noun plurals looked at ERP waveforms of children and adults while they listened

  • Essay On Passive Voice

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    Structures The common structure of forming a passive voice is: BE + P.P ( the combine of “to be verb” with the “past participle” (P.P) of the main verb). We call this as “Be passive”. Be passive can be used in various tenses. Numbers Tenses Structure Example 1 Simple Present am/is/are + Past Participle (P.P) I am punished. 2 Simple Present Continuous am/ is/ are + being + P.P I am being punished. 3 Simple Past was/ were + P.P I was punished. 4 Past Continuous was/ were + being + P.P I was being punished

  • Rules Of Adjectives

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    where some two syllables adjectives allow both type of comparison. For example, friendlier and more friendly. Other than that, adjective in terms of morphology can be formed from noun and verb, by, using the participle form, adding word ending or derivational suffixes and compounding. The participle forms –ing and –ed are usually added to verb to form adjectives. Such

  • Pros And Cons Of Driverless Cars

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    (Text 4). It could potentially lead to the driver making an error due to stress. In another, a driver may become too reliant on the car and lose focus when it comes back to the driver being in charge. There is also danger in the car getting hacked(Participle) and losing control. In text 1, it says “as hackers could theoretically take control of these vehicles, and are not known for their restraint or civic-mindedness.” There is no promise that someone will not hack a car. It also states in text 1 that

  • My Favorite Restaurant Experience Essay

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    Level and number of students Beginner Adult 16 Lesson Duration 60 minutes Lesson Aims/Objectives Students will be able to identify past perfect and how it is used to communicate a life experience. Students will be able to use past perfect to communicate their own life experience through reading, writing, and orally. Assumptions Students have learned past simple tense Students have had some experience with eating at restaurants Anticipated Problems and Possible Solutions Students will struggle

  • Words and Morphemes

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    Words and Morphemes The Morpheme In order to describe the form of the linguistic expressions (phrases, sentences, texts) in a language, we must describe how those complex expressions are built from smaller parts, until ultimately we which the atoms of linguistic form. The term morpheme is used to refer to an atom of linguistic form. Most languages have a word like the English word 'word', that appears at first to refer to precisely the sorts of minimal linguistic objects we have in mind. But there

  • The Importance Of Language Change

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    Languages are continually changing and developing, and these changes occur in many different ways and for a variety of reasons. Language change is detectable to some extent in all languages, and ‘similar paths of change’ can be recognised in numerous unrelated languages (Bybee, 2015, p. 139). Since users of language all over the world have ‘the same mental processes’ and ‘use communication for the same or very similar ends’ (Bybee, 2015, p. 1), similar changes occur on the same linguistic aspects

  • An Analysis Of Grammatical Errors In English Language

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    An Analysis of Grammatical Errors in Essay Introduction The students sometimes make errors on the use of grammar when they produce an English writing, also in writing essay texts. It is because Indonesian and English have their own grammatical system. This problem may occur due to their lack of knowledge of English grammatical rules. Learning English is a necessity for some people. Learning English cannot be separated from learning grammar. Students sometimes make errors on the use of grammar when

  • Analysis Of 1 Timothy 2: 15

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    Article written and used with permission by Seth J. Michael (my husband) During my personal study, I was shocked to discover something in the Greek text regarding 1 Timothy 2:15. Before we discuss this, let’s briefly consider what Paul, writing by inspiration, says about men and women in the church. Yes, in every place God has called the men to lead in worship—1 Timothy 2:8. I am certain there are women, within the body of Christ, who would be excellent pulpit preachers, song leaders, and prayer

  • Shakespeare’s Use of Language in His Play, King Lear

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    ‘you’, ‘thou’ and ‘that’ presents the typical Early Modern English features. Considering syntax, inversion is prominent pattern in Shakespeare’s language. Referring to inflections, the differences compared with PDE was shown by noun plural, past participle and subjunctives. In addition, vocabulary employed in this passage is very new. Particularly, some words are first used by Shakespeare in this text. Furthermore, the special using of vocabulary, syntax and rhetoric devices makes the language suitable

  • Conversation To Module 5 Paragraph: On The Road

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    tormented is in his dominant. J: Oh my god. Please let me go. I will surely be dead. B: I can’t help you. The only one can save you is the god. May the god bless you. Modals past modal adverb clause noun clause adjective clause pass participle adjective present participle

  • Phrases: Definition, Type and Discrimination in old type and new type.

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    Phrases are words or group of words within sentence that can discriminate by their type and function. I will explain 3 parts of phrase including their definition, their types and how to discriminate them both in old type (emphasize on grammar structure) and new type (emphasize on easy to remember). I will start with the definition of phrases. According to Whitesmoke (2002) Phrases is the group of words that have no both subject and predicate; it also couldn’t stand alone as a clause or a sentence