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What are the three different verb tenses?
Simple, Perfect, Continuous
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Brown and Levinson
Positive politeness is when we make a relationship with the other person during conversation. Negative politeness is wen you keep to yourself restricting on invading anyone's personal life
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Howard Giles
Accomodation theroy. Convergence and Divergence. Upward: Move towatds R.P. Downward: Move towards Non-Standard English
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H.P.Grice
Grice's maxims: Manner, Quantity, Quality and Relevence
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Bernstein
The “Restricted Code” and the “Elaborate Code”. Restricted: Short, simple words and incomplete sentences. Elaborate: Complex and grammatically correct sentences
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William Laboff
Harlem: Spoke to a black man with an accent that makes him sound “dumb” but is highly intelligent yet he gets judged on his accent beforehand
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Viv Edward
Dudley: Groups are more likely to speak Non-Standard English with their own social groups than without. 5 research groups of black people speaking different Patios dependent on whos interviewing
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Sebba
The Brenda Theory: Emotion affects the way we speak. Personal events Creole used more and open events spoken in London English. Codeswiching is used dependent on the subject
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Lesley Milroy
Social net working. People can belong to more than oe social network
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Positive politeness is when we make a relationship with the other person during conversation. Negative politeness is wen you keep to yourself restricting on invading anyone's personal life

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Brown and Levinson

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Accomodation theroy. Convergence and Divergence. Upward: Move towatds R.P. Downward: Move towards Non-Standard English

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Grice's maxims: Manner, Quantity, Quality and Relevence

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The “Restricted Code” and the “Elaborate Code”. Restricted: Short, simple words and incomplete sentences. Elaborate: Complex and grammatically correct sentences

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