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grasp english language
  Japanese Education
.... While Japan is not considered a failure in many aspects, its inability to understand and grasp the English language makes it prone to failure and unable to .... (1932 8 )

The Educational System is Learn English Language and American Ways
.... not much difference between the immigrant or non-native-English-speaker and the native, although the former may have less of a grasp of the English language. .... (7761 31 )

Social Advantages for Bilingualism
.... to motivate the acquisition of English language skills in .... and does not interfere with language learning per se .... are multilingual, and have a better grasp of the .... (859 3 )

Cognitive and Social Advantages to Bilingualism
.... to motivate the acquisition of English language skills in .... and does not interfere with language learning per se .... are multilingual, and have a better grasp of the .... (859 3 )

Perspectives-Sociolinguistics and TESOL by Nessa Wolfson
.... language that they are competent communicatively. This sometimes has a negative effect on people who speak English better than those who have a limited grasp .... (1494 6 )

Information Technology and Management in Taiwan and America
.... The Language of Information Technology About 80% of the Internet is .... engineers lack English skills, they will not be able to quickly grasp technological advances .... (1179 5 )

Obstacle in Learning English
.... foreign language that English has no significant amount of grammar. If this is so perceived, perhaps this is what makes English especially difficult to grasp. .... (7028 28 )

Native American Indians
.... The portrayal of Indians as primitives who cannot grasp the English language is probably nothing more than an inaccurate stereotype. .... (1450 6 )

The Difference between First & Second Language Learning
.... because syntactical patterns are what they grasp as whole .... is the key word in an English sentence--the .... progress in the acquisition of first language?) Between 3 .... (3172 13 )

The World of Communication and Learning
.... of the most important functions in English classes is .... to analyze character, setting, argument, dialogue, language use or .... the students get a better grasp of the .... (2573 10 )

Error Analysis: Arabic Speakers' English Writing
.... about how past tenses may be parsed in English. .... presence of established rules about areas of language such as .... Errors of fluency are harder to grasp for fluency .... (1751 7 )

Exit Exams Should Remain Mandatory
.... The specific recommendation, 60% of total possible points for English/Language Arts and 55% for .... that educators know they will need to have a sound grasp of if .... (994 4 )

Mandatory Exit Exams in High School
.... The specific recommendation, 60% of total possible points for English/Language Arts and 55% for .... that educators know they will need to have a sound grasp of if .... (994 4 )

Yakudoku vs Communicative Methodology
.... made with diagonal reading, which is quite sufficient to grasp general meaning .... than to have students learn-and-acquire English language communicative competence .... (2846 11 )

Case Managers Need to be Leaders
.... with complexity, bewildered by it, and seeking some way to grasp it. .... English-language management theory began with the work of Frederick Taylor, who introduced .... (2345 9 )

Metaphor for a Life of Lost Love
.... fast and loose with her water imagery in the end: one cannot grasp it, to .... crown," "purling to meet her" - these are very literary uses of the English language. .... (1583 6 )

In "Pigeon Woman," poet May Swenson
.... fast and loose with her water imagery in the end: one cannot grasp it, to .... crown," "purling to meet her" - these are very literary uses of the English language. .... (1679 7 )

Implementing the Aptitude at Language Learning
.... no one-to-one correspondence between Arabic and English structures .... be done, because it is beyond the grasp of novices .... of a message into a language different from .... (7342 29 )

Characteristics of Dyslexia
.... letters which, if pronounced according to normal English sound-letter .... have poor memories and are unable to grasp the rules of language, many researchers .... (2222 9 )

Most Errors that Speakers who just acquired a Secondary Language ...
.... about how past tenses may be parsed in English. .... presence of established rules about areas of language such as .... Errors of fluency are harder to grasp for fluency .... (1751 7 )

The Beginning of Leprechaun Folklore
.... spoken medium, noted earlier, Gaelic continued the dominant language among the .... the demographics in favor of the English-speaking regions .... Take him in your grasp. .... (4695 19 )

Saudi Arabian School's
.... utterly lack, unfortunately, is a grasp of the .... Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. .... Spoken and Written Language: Exploring Orality and Literacy .... (4763 19 )

Psycholinguistics
.... In English, there is only one basic word for "love .... in households where the parents speak one language and the .... two languages for many years, their grasp of and .... (854 3 )

Important Role of the Use of Language in the Legal Setting
.... authors indicate that a failure to grasp the fundamentals .... the language of law is unique from common English. For example, the language of law makes "frequent .... (1706 7 )

Death and Euthanasia
.... of mercy - or so it was introduced into general usage in the English language by the .... the primal emotion, it is because words of reason can only grasp at the .... (3025 12 )

Theories of Language Acquisition
.... door will be reinforcing, a person may grasp the knob .... know we have mastered intuitively when we learn English. For one thing, language has a creative aspect in .... (2704 11 )

Errors and Mistakes in Speech Production
.... about how past tenses may be parsed in English. .... presence of established rules about areas of language such as .... Errors of fluency are harder to grasp for fluency .... (1751 7 )

The Most Developed and Powerful Countries
.... squareness," and their hilarious butchery of the English language. .... Japanese, the French, Italian and English carmakers could .... a firm, if erratic, grasp on the .... (7792 31 )

Terry Eagleton's The Idea of Culture
.... among "one of the two or three most complex words in the English language." In a .... say that Barack Obama and the Democratic Party had a better grasp on this in .... (483 2 )

Effects of Linguistics
.... reader (or recipient of communication) will readily grasp the implied .... observed when the learner assumes that the English or second language word colocates .... (3160 13 )

 


 
   
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