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Elder, Todd W: Path of the Righteous Warrior Se...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.01.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Path of the Righteous Warrior Seminar Notebook, Autor: Elder, Todd W, Verlag: Scripture Advocate Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: RELIGION // Christian Life // Personal Growth // Bezug zu Christen und christlichen Gruppen // Persönliche religiöse Zeugnisse und inspirierende Populärwerke, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Populäre Schriften, Seiten: 174, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 262 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Elder, Todd W: Path of the Righteous Warrior Se...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.01.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Path of the Righteous Warrior Seminar Notebook, Autor: Elder, Todd W, Verlag: Scripture Advocate Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: RELIGION // Christian Life // Personal Growth // Bezug zu Christen und christlichen Gruppen // Persönliche religiöse Zeugnisse und inspirierende Populärwerke, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Populäre Schriften, Seiten: 174, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 262 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Elder, Todd W: Path of the Righteous Warrior Se...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.01.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Path of the Righteous Warrior Seminar Notebook, Autor: Elder, Todd W, Verlag: Scripture Advocate Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: RELIGION // Christian Life // Personal Growth // Bezug zu Christen und christlichen Gruppen // Persönliche religiöse Zeugnisse und inspirierende Populärwerke, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Populäre Schriften, Seiten: 174, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 262 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Eugene O´Neill´s  'Long Day´s Journey into Nigh...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Tubingen (Englisches Seminar), course: PS I: Introduction to Literary Studies, language: English, abstract: 'At the final curtain, there they still are, trapped within each other by the past, each guilty and at the same time innocent, scorning, loving, pitying each other, understanding, and yet not understanding at all, forgiving but still doomed never to be able to forget.' (Hinden 36) In this citation written into a letter to a friend, Long Day¿s Journey into Night- author Eugene O¿Neill gives an insight into his own interpretation of the ending of the play (cf. Hinden 36). There, O¿Neill mentions the four protagonists of this play, the members of the family Tyrone, and their imprisonment into a circle of guilt, scorn, and misunderstanding. Nevertheless, there is also the influence of positive emotions like love, understanding, and forgiveness. This term paper will be about one of these terms, namely the term guilt, by which each family member is affected, and the notion of failure in Long Day¿s Journey into Night. In order to discuss these two key terminologies, guilt and failure, there will be a closer look at the family Tyrone, which consists of the father, James Tyrone, the mother, Mary Cavan Tyrone, Jamie, the elder son, and Edmund, the younger son. Finally, there will be the question how the life of each family member is affected by guilt and failure, and how relationships within the family are destroyed by it.

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The role of collcations in language teaching
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, language: English, abstract: Collocations are frequently used in everyday life (Hausmann 2003: 318). They can be found in literally every conversation or in written texts. The good thing about collocations is that they are quite easy to understand (Hausmann 2003: 312). Few German learners of English would have problems understanding what to take a picture or to catch a train means. But on the other hand, when producing oral or written language, knowing the idiomatic way to express one's thoughts proves to be a lot tougher. It might take German learners of English quite some time to learn that you can say blond hair but not *blond car or that a good looking woman is not a *handsome woman, like a man would be called, but a beautiful or pretty woman (Herbst, Stoll, Westermayr 1991: 164). So we can see that, in order to be able to produce idiomatic English and using words appropriately, collocations are needed, mostly for naming actions of everyday life or for specific language, like business English (Hausmann 2004: 318). This is the harder part regarding collocations; after learning some basic vocabulary, particularly nouns, students of English need to learn which adjectives or verbs can be used together with the nouns (Hausmann 2004: 310). Besides being important for young learners, collocations are also an important issue for advanced learners of a language. Researches showed that even students at a higher collegiate level who had good knowledge of English and knew grammar rules very well, had problems producing text that sounds idiomatic, especially regarding collocations (Bahns 1997: 69ff.). The relevance of collocations is clear to see, but precisely defining what a collocation is, is not. There are many different approaches to defining collocations. Among them, two approaches have emerged. The elder one is a computer-linguistic approach that, generally speaking, looks at how frequently words appear together (Herbst, Stoll, Westermayr 1991: 164). The other one looks at collocations from a semantic approach, and sees collocations as half-finished products which the speaker takes as one piece out of his memory (Bahns 1996: 24). This paper will first look at how collocations are defined by the two approaches mentioned above and will then look at the role of collocations in the teaching and learning of English as a foreign language. The last chapter will provide some types of exercises which are useful for the teaching and learning of collocations.

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The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass, Christian Spe...
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Adrian Plass lovers got their initial baptism of laughter through his bestseller, The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass (aged 37 ¾). The author’s account of ‘serious spiritual experiences’ naturally made him in demand as a public speaker – so of course another diary was inevitable.The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass, Christian Speaker (aged 45 ¾) continues the misadventures of Adrian’s fictional alter-ego. As Plass gathers regularly with his support group, we meet old friends, including his longsuffering wife, Anne; son Gerald, now grown but no less irrepressible; loony and loveable Leonard Thynn; Edwin, the wise church elder; and Richard and Doreen Cook, who are just as religious as ever. We also meet some new characters, such as Stephanie Widgeon, who only seems to have one thing to say, ever. . . and who knows, we might even find out why Leonard Thynn borrowed Adrian’s cat all those years ago.And finally – what is a banner ripping seminar?

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Lydia's Elopement and Its Functions in Jane Aus...
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, course: 19th Century Women Novelists: Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, 20 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Introduction Even today, nearly 200 years after her death, Jane Austen is still one of the best-known writers of English Literature. Her novel of manners bridged the neo-classical period in which she grew up with the gradual oncoming of the Romantic period 1 with its interest in the individual's growth within the boundaries of its environment. Still conservative in her values and morals, she was nevertheless an advanced writer as far as her way of writing is concerned. Disliking the sentimental novel of her time, she managed to provide an accurate and truthful social portrait. On the other hand she reconciled this ironic view with the credible presentation of a man and woman undergoing a serious 'change of sentiments' 2 . In this new entertaining genre Austen thus developed a power of character-drawing 3 especially prominent in her dynamic main figures. Pride and Prejudice (published in 1813) 4 , one of her best-known novels, is not exceptional in this respect. Its main figures Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy prove to be a dynamic pair of figures undergoing a profound change of attitudes and opinions. A lot of analytic secondary literature has been written about those two characters and the development of their relationship. Unfortunately, the bulk of subsidiary characters of the book has not enjoyed that much popularity with the critics. Some of those subsidiary characters belong to the class of comic characters and indeed impact on the development of the novel's structure and plot on the discourse level which should not be underestimated. Consequently, this paper will analyse one crucial subplot in Pride and Prejudice which is inseparably connected to the subsidiary figure of Lydia. Although mainly serving as a means of irony in the course of the novel's first part, Lydia Bennet and her actions only gain importance in the last third of the book when she chooses to do the one thing her elder sister Elizabeth has always been afraid of and elopes with the officer George Wickham, risking her own reputation as well as that of her family. It will be the purpose of this paper to analyse this episode in detail which will be done by having a closer look at the following three aspects: [...]

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Development and Stages of Pidgins and Creoles t...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, University of Rostock (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: Enriching English, language: English, abstract: First, I will briefly portray the emergence of pidgin and creole languages and their development towards the post-creole continuum. I will examine the different types of pidgin-creole developments and the phenomenon of decreolizing - the approximation of the creole towards the lexifier by using the example of the Hawaiian Creole that I will also portray out of a socio-historical point of view. That creole is officially still called 'Hawai'i Pidgin' by its speakers, but I will avoid using that term in my paper. Therefore, the term Hawai'i Creole English, short HCE, is more appropriate. Furthermore, I will deal with HCE's phonology, especially with its difference to Standard English, in detail - due to the question whether HCE is decreolizing or not. As Norval S. H. Smith states, creole phonology is a 'neglected field' and 'younger languages' have the tendency to be not as much irregular as 'elder language' tend to be.

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The role of collcations in language teaching
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, language: English, abstract: Collocations are frequently used in everyday life (Hausmann 2003: 318). They can be found in literally every conversation or in written texts. The good thing about collocations is that they are quite easy to understand (Hausmann 2003: 312). Few German learners of English would have problems understanding what to take a picture or to catch a train means. But on the other hand, when producing oral or written language, knowing the idiomatic way to express one's thoughts proves to be a lot tougher. It might take German learners of English quite some time to learn that you can say blond hair but not *blond car or that a good looking woman is not a *handsome woman, like a man would be called, but a beautiful or pretty woman (Herbst, Stoll, Westermayr 1991: 164). So we can see that, in order to be able to produce idiomatic English and using words appropriately, collocations are needed, mostly for naming actions of everyday life or for specific language, like business English (Hausmann 2004: 318). This is the harder part regarding collocations; after learning some basic vocabulary, particularly nouns, students of English need to learn which adjectives or verbs can be used together with the nouns (Hausmann 2004: 310). Besides being important for young learners, collocations are also an important issue for advanced learners of a language. Researches showed that even students at a higher collegiate level who had good knowledge of English and knew grammar rules very well, had problems producing text that sounds idiomatic, especially regarding collocations (Bahns 1997: 69ff.). The relevance of collocations is clear to see, but precisely defining what a collocation is, is not. There are many different approaches to defining collocations. Among them, two approaches have emerged. The elder one is a computer-linguistic approach that, generally speaking, looks at how frequently words appear together (Herbst, Stoll, Westermayr 1991: 164). The other one looks at collocations from a semantic approach, and sees collocations as half-finished products which the speaker takes as one piece out of his memory (Bahns 1996: 24). This paper will first look at how collocations are defined by the two approaches mentioned above and will then look at the role of collocations in the teaching and learning of English as a foreign language. The last chapter will provide some types of exercises which are useful for the teaching and learning of collocations.

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