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    Question Pragmatics

    Hello everyone.
    i'm study a pragmatic lecture in University. We are studying "Pragmatics - George Yule"
    I was wondering if anyone know or have any background about this book.
    thank you for your time

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    Re: Pragmatics


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    Re: Pragmatics

    thank you for your answer Sir, but i was actually looking for more accurate and easily explained information.

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    #4

    Re: Pragmatics

    Have you read it?

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    Re: Pragmatics

    yes as i said before we are studying Mr.George Yule book in my school, but i still need more explication about the background and regularity

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    Re: Pragmatics

    You appear to have forgotten about punctuation and capitalisation.

    You also appear to be asking us to do your homework for you.

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    Re: Pragmatics

    sorry for my grammar mistake's sir, and with all my respect i only asked for more explanation not for writing and essay, which i found in one of the links Mr. Mikenewyork gave.
    It's my finals and didn't know any thing about the topic, that's why i came to this website, that is what i heard it's for right?
    Any way thank you for your time reading my question.

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    Re: Pragmatics

    I hope you found the link helpful.

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    Re: Pragmatics

    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Hello everyone.
    I'm study a pragmatics lecture in at university. We are studying "Pragmatics - George Yule".
    I was wondering if anyone know or have has any background about this book.
    Thank you for your time.
    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Thank you for your answer Sir, but I was actually looking for more accurate and easily explained information.
    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Yes. As I said before, we are studying the Mr George Yule book in at my school university, but I still need more explication about the background and regularity.What do you mean by "regularity"? It doesn't make any sense in the context.
    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Sorry for my grammar mistake's mistakes. sir, and with all my respect I only asked for more explanation (not for writing and an essay), which I found in one of the links Mr. MikeNewYork gave.
    It's my finals and I didn't know any thing about the topic. That's why I came to this website. That is what I heard it's for, right?
    Any way Anyway, thank you for your time reading my question.
    Please note my multiple corrections to your posts above, marked in red. Follow these rules of written English at all times:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single, appropriate, punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I".

    Do not refer to people here as "Sir" or "Mr" etc. You don't know if we're male or female and it's sufficient to just use our usernames.
    Limit your use of emoticons. They add nothing to your posts.

    In your last post, you said "It's my finals and I don't know anything about the topic" is true then you have a serious problem.
    And in answer to your final question, the answer is "No". That is not what this forum is for. We are here to help you to improve your English.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Pragmatics

    i did thank you i found all the information i needed in the SlideShare website

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