Cross cultural human development. Segall M. H., Dasen P. R., Berry J. W., & Poortinga, Y. H. (1999). Human behavior in global perspective (2nd Ed.). Super, C. M., & Harkness, S. 1986: ‘The developmental Niche:
This method was used to describe and give clearly explanation since the data as categorized into non-numerical data. The collected data were intensively studied and analyzed based on two theories that applied in this study. There are some steps in analyzing the data in this study. The first step in analyzing the collected data was identified and categorized English idiomatic expression into several types based on the theory by Palmer (1976). He divided English idiomatic expression into three types such as: phrasal verb, prepositional verb, and partial verb.
However, there are some obvious reasons why pronunciation is not often taught in the classroom. The reasons include lack of class time or general uncertainty of teachers’ own pronunciation skills. Students find difficulty in learning and differentiating between British English (RP) and American English (GA). They find themselves unfamiliar with or indifferent to the kind of English they would like to acquire. When introduced to both kinds of English, students perceive British English as formal and conservative.
The first one refers to something outside the language and inside it but the last one refers to something inside the language only. (Paltridge,2006,p.142) The fourth category in grammatical cohesion is conjunctions. Conjunctions are links and words that tie and knit the sentences in cohesive manner. They are divided into various types such as: additives, adversatives, causal, temporal and continuatives. The place of conjunctive adjunct is at the beginning of any sentence and it has its significant role.