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    CONTEXT SITUATION

    Describe a context/situation in which you could present the items/pairs of vocabulary below (1,2 & 3) and how you would clarify the meaning.

    NOTE: You may use target language when clarifying vocabulary.

    1. Jacket

    2.boring vs bored

    3. to muddle through

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    Is this a homework assignment?

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    Please correct the information in your profile, sabunley96.

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    No Mike. I want to do context based questions for my dissertation so i want to collect lots of information based on this so that i can expand from there. So please help me if you can. I will appreciate

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    A​a requested in post #3, please put correct information in your profile details. Once that has been corrected, we can help you.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    Thank you. As requested I have updated my profile

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    OK, thank you for correcting it. Now - we don't just write answers for people. I am a little confused about what you are doing. Is this a question you have written and which will form part of a dissertation?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    Thank you for your reply. Yes its a question that will form part of my dissertation in language analysis. For example:
    Library v Bookshop

    Context: A lesson about public buildings

    Concept questions : Can you buy a book from a library? (No)

    Can you borrow a book from a Library? (Yes)
    Can you borrow a book from a book shop? No.

    So I want to expand little bit with these words and I am struggling with the concept question and the situation in which I could present the items/pairs.

    Your assistance will be highly appreciated.

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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    I have corrected my profile thank you.

    This is just for my dissertation to analyse the language.

    Describe a context/situation in which you could present the items/pairs of vocabulary below (1,2 & 3) and how you would clarify the meaning.

    NOTE: You may use target language when clarifying vocabulary.

    1. Jacket

    2.boring vs bored

    3. to muddle through
    Thank you for your reply. Yes its a question that will form part of my dissertation in language analysis. For example:
    Library v Bookshop

    Context: A lesson about public buildings

    Concept questions : Can you buy a book from a library? (No)

    Can you borrow a book from a Library? (Yes)
    Can you borrow a book from a book shop? No.

    So I want to expand little bit with these words and I am struggling with the concept question and the situation in which I could present the items/pairs.

    Your assistance will be highly appreciated.




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    Re: CONTEXT SITUATION

    I'm sorry but we really cannot do your work for you.

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