5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Adverb Phrase
- deep structure
- Universal Grammar
- a Chomsky-no dialect or language is more complex or sophisticated than the other. We are all born with the capacity to learn any language w/o formal instruction. A set of principles that apply to all languages and are unconsciously accessible to every human language user.
- b a quotation from another work that suggests the maid idea, or theme, of the work at hand.
- c The underlying structure of a statement that holds its meaning.
- d a prepositional phrase that modifies a verb, an adjective, or an adverb
Example: The bears were in the bed. Mama bear is naive about her bears.
- e a person portrayed in a literary work.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- identifies or describes a nearby noun, as illustrated in the way that 'my favourite author' indentifies the author. An embedded appostional pharse is set within the body of the sentence rather than coming at the beginning or the end.
- A systematic shifting of the long vowels (in milliseconds) of Middle English into different sounds. The high back and high front vowels became diphthongs while the other long vowels moved higher and sometimes fronter in the mouth, e.g., the vowel in the word "sweet" was "ay" for Chaucer but "eee" by the time of Shakespeare. The spelling of certain vowel sounds no longer corresponded to the pronuciation of those sounds. The drop of the e as well.
- A second-language learner uses familar vocabulary to mentally form sentences before speaking. The process by which children who have already established a solid foundation in their first language learn an additional language. This usually takes place in the context of a school. Universal Grammar Cognitive Learning Theory Sociocultural Learning Theory. An immigrant living in a country where the second language is spoken who feels accepted by speakers of the second language is most likely acquire second language more easily.
- Is listing items in order; provides a list of facts and examples that can support a statement
- a stanza made up of two rhyming lines that follow the same rhythmic pattern.
5 True/False Questions
condescension → the rhythmic rise and fall of oral language.
enjambment → rhyming of words at the end of lines
stream-of-consciousness narrative → a pair of rhymed lines in iambic pentameter that work together to make a point or express an idea.
Primary influence of a first language on second-language development → A second-language learner internalizes his own systematic set of rules to use for speaking and understanding the second language, thus creating an interlanguage.
denotation → Is listing items in order; provides a list of facts and examples that can support a statement