Sometimes may heart aching so hard why?


  • Réponse publiée par: villatura


    relative pronouns - link one phrase or clause to another phrase of clause. the relative pronouns are "who", "whom", "that", and "which."

    sample sentences:

    - the candidate who spends the most amount during campaign period does not necessarily wins.

    - the place which makes lea says she'll never forget is japan.

    - the person whom she trusted betrayed her.

    interrogative pronouns- ask questions. the following are the interrogative pronouns:

    "who", "whom" - refers to persons

    "which" - refers to persons and things

    "what" - refers to things and animals

    sample questions:

    -what can you say about my new haircut?

    -to whom should we ask permission

    -which book would you read first?

  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee
    This question was raised in the recent debate in applied linguistics between widdowson and de beaugrande involved a dispute about the relationship between text and discourse. widdowson sees the two as distinction. my reading of his position is that discourse is text in use but that texts in corpora or presumably other linguistic collections of language are not discourse. texts need to be 'brought to life' to become discourse. the texts which are collected in a corpus have a reflected reality they are only real because of the presupposed reality of the discourses of which they are a trace. this is decontextualised language which is why it is only partially real. page 5 widdowson, h. g. (2000). on the limitations of linguistics applied. applied linguistics, 21(1), 3-25. de beaugrande argues that a text cannot be contextualised only shifted into a different context. a real text cannot be decontextualised, that is, removed from any context; we can only shift it into a different context, which is an ordinary transaction not just in language classrooms, but in most reports or discussions of what somebody has said. (de beaugrande page 114 from de beaugrande, r. (2001). interpreting the discourse of hg widdowson: a corpus-based critical discourse analysis. applied linguistics, 22(1), 104-121.
  • Réponse publiée par: kambalpandesal23
    This song is about hope and faith in world and its people. everyone can relate to this because we tend to look for bright sides and positive things around us despite the war and chaos.

    this song reminds everyone that the world is ours and we all must cherish it.   it is full of hope and love.

    the part where he says "i see friends shaking hands saying how do you
    they're really saying i love you" is where our hearts might feel more connected to the song as we all  aspire to feel belonged and loved. 

    "yes i think to myself what a wonderful world" our place and our lives makes it more beautiful.
  • Réponse publiée par: enrica11
    Makato influenced my life in the wayof being hardworking as a orphaned child means poor but still he didnt lose hope
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