English Tense What Is A Tense? Verbal Inflection Time and Action of time Types Of A Tense: There are three types of a tense: 1. Past Tense 2. Present Tense 3. Future Tense Subdivision Of Each Tense: Each Tense is further
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Asking if someone approves: Do you think they’re all right? Are you in favors of…? Are you for…? Could I ask if you approve of the project? Do you approve? Saying you approve: …’s very good. I’m very please/happy about… That’s a great ideal! (personal) I entirely approve of the plan. I can thoroughly recommend…
Saying you are pleased: I am very pleased with… ……’s the best thing I’ve heard for long time. It gives me great pleasure… I am delighted to hear that… Great! / Fantastic! / smashing. Saying you are angry: I am very annoyed… What a nuisance! Oh, bloody hell! That’s the last straw! This is extremely
Asking for information: • Could you tell me please…? • Excuse me! Do you know…? • Could any one tell me…? • I wonder if you could tell me…? • I wonder if someone could tell me…? • Do you know about…? • Could you please tell me anything about…? • Have you got any
“Language features” Some language effects used in oral transactional text and speeches. Some of these appear in poetic texts also. Rhetorical devices: Rhetorical means language and effects used to impress or persuade the audience. Rhetorical question: A question asked for effect, but not necessarily needing to be answered. Example: Are we going to put up
Helping With Structure Write a draft of your speech-you wouldn’t build a house without a plan. To meet the standard, content, structure, and language must be appropriate for your purpose, which is to give a speech to your class. Structure Your Speech As Follows-a Simple “Skeleton” Approach A brief introduction to your topic and the