This strategy is when speakers take turns in raising their points, opinions or arguments

select one:

a.  sociolinguistic competence

b.  consultative

c.  nomination

d.  turn taking

e.  topic shifting

f.  grammatical competence

g.  intimate

h.  communicative strategies

i.  illocution

Answers

  • Réponse publiée par: janalynmae

    korean: mwo

    chinese: shenme

    filipino- ano

    japanese: nani

    spanish: qué

    portugese: o que

    french: quoi

    italian: che cosa

    russian: kakiye

    greek: ti

    german: was

    sorry if it is not all the languages, i had no time anymore. and also, i am not sure if you asked what what means or what what in all languages mean.


    - berry ♥

  • Réponse publiée par: rhaineandreirefuerzo

    hindi

    Explanation:

    dahil madami nanang trabaho na kahit walang pinag aralan ay kaya nito

  • Réponse publiée par: girly61
    True.
    In example: The mouse is "tinier" than the rat I saw yesterday.
    - The adjective used in the statement above is "Tinier". Its root word is Tiny but then we added comparative suffix- ER, made the word changed it's mean ahead in point of the root word itself.
    -Y must always alternatively shift into letter "i" in an adjective word ending with the letter y.
  • Réponse publiée par: cland123

    To learn and to have more knowledge about it

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