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    Can someone pls help me answer this?

    How different choices of process and participant type and choice of lexis lead to different in interpretation and point of view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fame View Post
    Can someone pls help me answer this?

    How different choices of process and participant type and choice of lexis lead to different in interpretation and point of view?
    It appears that you are being asked to answer this:
    What difference will what I do and say - and to whom I do and say it - make to how I am viewed and understood?
    If I choose a different way of communicating, and use different words and methods, how will that affect how different people understand me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    It appears that you are being asked to answer this:
    What difference will what I do and say - and to whom I do and say it - make to how I am viewed and understood?
    If I choose a different way of communicating, and use different words and methods, how will that affect how different people understand me?
    I think so, but then how do you approach such a question?

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