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  • Created by: peapod
  • Created on: 11-05-12 10:27
What type of sentence is one that tells you facts?
declaritive
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What is an example of "it's raining. ISN'T IT?"?
tag question
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Men use more tag questions than women?
False
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Who interupts who more in a mixed gender conversation?
men interupt women more
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When your choice is taken away from you by a powerful participant you loss what type of face?
negative
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What does graphology refer to?
the way the text is presented on the page
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What type of power does a teacher have?
personal power
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What are the seven frame works?
lexis, pragmatic, phonology, graphology, semantics, discourse and gramma
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Is lexis to do with words?
yes
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What is an example of "it's raining. ISN'T IT?"?

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Men use more tag questions than women?

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Who interupts who more in a mixed gender conversation?

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When your choice is taken away from you by a powerful participant you loss what type of face?

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Lauren Clayton

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It's a good quiz, the questions are good, but there's lots of spelling errors so it's a little hard to understand!

Charly

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Your spelling is horrendous! The quiz isn't too bad considering how difficult it is to understand. Why submit something that is incorrect?

Fay Arnison

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Good quiz, however "It's raining. Isn't it?" Isn't a tag question, as it has a full stop after the declarative, making it a single declarative and then an interrogative afterwards. An example of a tag question would be "You live in London, don't you?". As there isn't a full stop separating the two separate sentences. Hope this helped.

Ishi

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yeah Fay is right, its definitely a tag question an interrogative would be: Where are you from? whereas a tag question is separated by a comma such as 'You live in leeds, dont you?'

eihpos123

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bad spelling!!

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