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Title      : PDE-48 Language-Spoken Mode
Subject      : Communicative English
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
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Phonetics I - Beginnings Total views (190)  
The spoken medium of English includes different features. Consonants and vowels comprise the segmental features of this medium. If speech , continuum can be segmented into small bits, each bit will be a consonant or a vowel.
Pages: 14
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Phonetics II Total views (191)  
Indian students of English must bear in mind the fact that English cannot be pronounced the way we pronounce Indian languages. The speech habits and patterns of our mother tongue/first language cannot be imposed on English which is a different language.
Pages: 5
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Listening Comprehension Total views (189)  
In addition to reading, you need to learn the nuances of conversation in various contexts. Listening and wherever necessary intensive listening is also an essential aspect of communication.
Pages: 6
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Conversational English - Beginnings Total views (189)  
We use spoken language for another important function· to transfer information and get things done. So a boss dictates a letter, a car·salesman explains how the window· winding device works, a patient discusses her symptoms with a doctor, a pupil requests permission to leave the room. In each case the speaker is concerned to make his message clear and his purpose is primarily to communicate his me ......
Pages: 22
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Conversational English - Different Situations Total views (190)  
In this Unit you get plenty of chances to use these gambits and as you fine-tone your conversational skills in a variety of situations you are likely to come across in your everyday interactions with people. While many of these exchanges take place when you are face to face with the other person, a lot of our daily business is done over the telephone.
Pages: 16
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Connected Discourse Total views (188)  
Although the term discourse is used in very many contexts representing different meanings, here it should be taken as a piece of writing which is held together by what is known as 'cohesive device'. If the sentences in a paragraph are not held together, the paragraph will appear to be disjointed and hence it will not produce the desired effect on the reader and hence the need for a cohesive device ......
Pages: 8
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Formal English Total views (189)  
Conversational skills are particularly important when you have to work as part of a team where you have to interact with your colleagues. If you are in a managerial position, where you are responsible for getting a team of people to work together, you will need to communicate clearly and effectively in order to get the work done.
Pages: 12
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Usage Total views (188)  
Collocations (what goes with what), and the appropriate way of saying a certain thing in a particular context, are peculiar to English. They cannot be translated word to word from other languages. In this unit, certain common expressions of Indian English and their corresponding English usage are mentioned.
Pages: 4
Price: Rs 3   
 


 
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