5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Verbal Phase
- Negative side of second-language development
- pragmatic competence
- a The ability to take contextual factors into account when using and interpreting language. This includes knowledge of the real world, how speakers use and understand speech acts and the relationship between speaker and listener. For example, "It's hot in here, isn't it?" could mean "It's time to get something to eat" depending on the different factors of the situation.
- b Verbals are formed from verbs but are not used as verbs in a sentence (it is a participal phrase used as an adjective to modify 'the man')
- c Second-language learners often have trouble recongnizing and producting certain phonemes in the target language
- d the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes or opinions
- e courteous regard for people's feelings
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a movement in literature and art during the late 18th and early 19th centuries that celebrated nature rather than civilization
- Shifting back and forth between languages in the same conversation
- a pair of rhymed lines in iambic pentameter that work together to make a point or express an idea.
- the use of words to create pictures in the reader's mind.
- the suggested or implied meaning associated with a word beyond its dictionary definitions. They can be positive, neutral, or negative.
5 True/False Questions
iambic → stressed, unstressed, unstressed /ˇˇ
borrowing → Taking words from other languages and incorporating them into your own. sushi
apostrophe → a brief statement commemorating a dead person, often inscribed on a gravestone.
archetype → a symbol, image, plot pattern, or character type that occurs often in literature, such as the hero on a dangerous quest.
surface structure → The underlying structure of a statement that holds its meaning.