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    There are many important reasons why kind words are a significant aspect of our lives. There are three specific reasons kind words are significant, these include: kind words bring individuals to Christ, can influence others for the better, and can lift someone up out of the darkness and hate that unkind words contribute. Unlike kind words, unkind words hurt others, keep them away from Christ, and overall influences them do evil and be wicked. Unkind words have gotten me into many unfortunate and aberrant

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    In chapter 1, the main concept of text summarization and word sense disambiguation is introduced. Before starting Text summarization, first we, need to know that what a summary is. A summary can be defined as a non redundant text which gives important information of the original text, and is extracted from one or more sentences. We can say text summarization is the unique way, where a computer summarizes a text. A text is entered into the computer and a summarized text is returned as an output, which

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    Word Order in Arabic Language 2.8.1. Sentence with a Verb The basic sentence in Arabic contains a verb, where a sentence does not require a verb for it and to make sense, a semantically light verb is inserted. The most common word order in a sentence with a verb is Verb-Subject –Object (V+S+O). However, when an adverb or adverbial phrase (a word or phrase describing the place, manner or time of occurrence of the main event) occurs the adverbial phrase (A) may occur before the verb to give Adverb

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    college prep and the main character, Dan, starts getting threatening anonymous notes, the asylum’s past starts to reveal itself in a chilling way that connects back to Dan’s family line. Throughout this novel, the author Madeleine Roux elaborates her word choice in a way that contributes to the meaning

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    popular English words we use incorrectly Reasons why we use words incorrectly: The definition and meaning of certain words usually change: One of the common reasons as to why words are used incorrectly is that overtime, their definitions and meanings have changed dramatically and this has led to a shift in their usage. Because of this change in definitions, words have deviated from their intended and original use as they now have new usage ascribed to them. There are words that sound alike:

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    herself by explaining how it is common to say the word and that “everybody at school” uses it. Scout tries to use this to her advantage to get out of school, showing she doesn’t necessarily care what the word means but also showing that people in her world use the word often. The people she's around most likely don’t understand the full definition of the word and obviously are just copying their parents who say the word often. Adults in the book know the word is highly offensive against blacks and use it

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    Spoken word poetry, no matter the length, short or long, the words are brought together to tell a story. A story of someone's personal experience or something in society that needs to be heard. Spoken word poetry is an effective way to communicate because you can see the emotion and the body language of the performer. The Spoken Word piece “Knock Knock” by Daniel Beaty is an example of this emotion and story telling style. Beaty tells about his story and how his dad was put in jail and the racism

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    Whiskey Lullaby Analysis

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    lead to worst outcomes. Told in second point-of-view, the author supports this theme by describing the setting of a gloomy country home establishing the major conflict of love and death and incorporating the use of irony, tone shifts, imagery, and word choices. Paisley’s purpose is to imply that love can become something putrid and could end up hurting loved ones very deeply. This song creates a mood of sadness and mournfulness for an audience that have experience this type of situation being described

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    The first kind is vague words. Vague words refer to words with several meanings and words of which most people commonly accept the meaning, but there is no clear boundary for the degree or scale of the concept. For instance, words like “cool” “cold” that describe the temperature are quite vague. Since people are used to make judgments depend on their own feelings, there is no

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    Kennedy portrays what their responsibilities are as a legacy that needs to be withheld. A strategic device that Kennedy uses to enhance is tone is the way he structures his sentence. The segment is both a long and loose sentence. Reaching over 50 words, this statement grants him easy elaboration of his idea and enough description to improve his tone. This sentence’s loose structure enhances his tone by giving each piece of insight in a way that stresses the power of the american people, and each

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    Lev Vygotsky provided many contributions to development that impacted what we know about how children learn and the kinds of environment that should be provided for optimal development of language. Vygotsky believed that the environment provides children with information that supports language development. Similarly, he theorized that language begins with communication between children and individuals in their environment. He developed the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) which is the distance

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    Ap English Grammar Ruby

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    In terms of grammar, Ruby seems to be very competent at understanding rules such as how to modify words in order to make them past tense. She has shown to understand how to use bound morphemes in order to change irregular verbs into past tense, for example in ‘took’, she uses the past tense irregular bound morpheme instead of the past tense regular bound morpheme ‘ed’. Another example is in the verb ‘slept’, where again she is able to use the past tense irregular rather than the regular ‘ed’. However

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    ‘Obscene as cancer’, the word ‘cancer’ connects to readers on a personal level with cancer killing around 7.9 million people each year. This deadly disease therefore can create many tragic outcomes, which the public deems to be horrific so by Owen placing this term in the poem makes the level of brutality more relatable and understandable. Which in turn helps Owen get his two key ideas across. A second example ‘his hanging face like a devils sick of sin’ the word ‘devil’ is a phrase, which is

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    Crash Emily Tian Analysis

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    10, for instance, when the poem transitions forward in time to when the police cars arrive. I would also recommend that you work on word choice throughout the poem. In order to further develop and expand instances of quite striking imagery, you might consider the purpose behind each word - particularly your adjectives and verbs, and then, of course, all of the words used in instances of figurative

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    cycle of human emotion will never end and that is why numerous poems are written for expression of these repressed feelings. One example of an expression of repression is the beautiful poem “Upon Hearing Tagalog” by Fatima Lim-Wilson. The poem’s tone, word-choice, and even the figurative language used contribute to the concrete expression of this dramatic situation. First, to give this poem a deeper perspective, the reader should know that this is a personal poem, which is written due to events that

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    Words. Words can mean so many things. They can convey a feeling, thought, or opinion, but images and illustrations, if used effectively, can convey more. They can show the emotion rather than a reader visualizing it. They can eliminate the possibility of confusion within a story. They can convey these emotions and opinions without any words, the images illustrate the feelings of the characters, the use of words unnecessary. These images are used effectively to resemble more than words or phrases

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    Color Symbolism Essay

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    Symbolic meanings of colors and color terms The word symbol comes from the Greek word sýmbolon – a sign or a combination of a few signs. Symbol is something that stands for or suggests something else by reason of relationship, association, convention, or accidental resemblance [Merriam-Webster online dictionary]; real or conditional code designating or resembling any notion; image embodying any idea. A symbol may be broader or narrower than the meaning of the phenomena it represents. Through this

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    Mirror Neuron Hypothesis

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    What is language? The definition of language is “the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way” (Oxford dictionary, 2014). Philosophers have been asking themselves, "What is language in general?" Some say that language is the only “manipulation and use of symbols in order to draw attention to signified content” (Wikipedia, 2014). However, in this case, human beings won’t be the only species that can use language. Some

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    2.1 Theory of Psycholinguistics Rachmat (1986: 279) explains that language can be defined in two ways: functional and formal. The definition of functional view of language in terms of its function, so that the language is defined as a shared-tool to reveal idea, while formal definition declares, language as all sentences are unimaginable, which can be made according to the rules of language procedure. In terms of all the functions of language was used as a communication tool and in terms of formal

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    ‘Pop’ is a shortened form of the word ‘popular’, which has its root in the Latin word ‘populus’ meaning “people” or ‘of the people’. Technically, pop music could be seen as simply, the people’s music. Lamb, B. (2016) in defining pop music suggests “Pop music has usually been identified as the music and the musical styles that are accessible to the widest audience. This means the music that sells the most copies, draws the largest concert audiences, and is played most often on the radio”. The consumption

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