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  • Biļetes angļu valodas eksāmenam

    fonētikā

    Summaries, Notes for university5  

    1.Phonetics and its subjects matter. a)What is phonetics? - Phonetics is the study of human speech sounds or in another words the science of speech sounds of a language. ...

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  • Glossary

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    Adverb A type of word that usually occurs as an adjunct to a VP or to a sentence. It most typically expresses such notions as time, place, manner, instrument, or circumstance. ...

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  • Glosārijs, terminu vārdnīca

    Summaries, Notes for university30  

    Variety- plural varieties 1)a variety of something a lot of things of the same type that are different from each other in some way: The girls come from a variety of different ...

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  • Theme of Love and Marriage in English, Russian and Latvian Proverbs

    Term Papers for university70 Evaluated! 

    Olga Petkeviča „Theme of Love and Marriage in English, Russian and Latvian Proverbs”. Bachelor paper. Scientific Adviser: Marina Maslova, Maģ. filol. lekt. The paper ...

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  • Terminology

    Summaries, Notes for university22  

    TERM abbreviation PRONUNCIATION TRANSLATION IN LATVIAN saīsinājums EXPLANATION shortened form of word or phrase TRANSLATION IN GERMAN die Abbreviatur ablative ablatīvs ...

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  • Plosives and Affricates

    Presentations for university17  

    Plosives (also known as stops, mutes, occlusives, explosives) sounds are formed by the air being completely blocked in the mouth and then suddenly released(p, t, k, b, d, g). ...

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  • Phonetics I

    Summaries, Notes for university6  

    1. Reduction of form words in connected speech. Types of reduction. English is a stress-timed language which means each stressed syllable is pronounced at more or less equal ...

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  • Borrowings in English

    Research Papers for university3  

    “Ghosts, goblins, ghouls and witches are a large part of Halloween, but few people know how modern Halloween practices came to be.”1 SHOP “Like the other coffee shops, the ...

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  • Stylistic Devices in the English Language

    Summaries, Notes for university2  

    I‘ve fought through a bitter life since I last heard your voice; and you must forgive me, for I struggled only for you.”1 “You will have to be everywhere on time, looking perfect ...

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  • Sentence Stress

    Summaries, Notes for university7  

    Sentence stress (Theory) According to the free dictionary sentence stress means “the variation emphasis or vocal stress on the syllables of words within a sentence” (14). The ...

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  • The pronunciation

    Summaries, Notes for university3  

    Model: heart hear and think sink Aspect: ea pronounced as [a:] and th pronounced as [s] (individual sounds) Aim: To help students learn the pronunciation of the phonemes [a:] and ...

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  • Test in Phonetic

    Summaries, Notes for university3  

    1. We all use the same…………………..to produce the sounds we become accustomed to producing. 2. The set of…………….we acquire may vary: a child brought up in an English speaking ...

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  • Methods of Teaching English Pronunciation

    Research Papers for university19  

    Correct and clear pronunciation is obviously of considerable importance in language learning. Without it, students may not be understood and may be poorly perceived by other ...

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  • Texan English

    Research Papers for university11  

    3. Change in Texan Speech Texas has been radically transformed in comparison with other states . Factors that have reshaped the demography of the state include: “rapid ...

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  • Scottish English

    Research Papers for university13  

    Interjections are rather interesting and characteristic feature of Scottish English, although they are highly colloquial. According to Eagle (2002) some of the common assertive ...

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