Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented specifically for the PhD in Linguistics at Arizona university. Here is their instructions “Please provide a 1-2 page (single spaced) Statement of Research Interests. This statement should be as specific as possible. It should focus on the kind of research activities you… Continue reading Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented specifically for the PhD in Linguistics at Arizona university. Here is their instructions “Please provide a 1-2 page (single spaced) Statement of Research Interests. This statement should be as specific as possible. It should focus on the kind of research activities you… Continue reading Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

What can studying non-literal meaning tell us about the nature of meaning? In pa

What can studying non-literal meaning tell us about the nature of meaning? In particular, how important is non-literal meaning to questions of understanding? We have encountered several types of non-literal meaning: implicature, humor, sarcasm, social meaning, kennings, and metaphor. Relevant authors to consider discussing in depth include Cicero, Lakoff and Johnson, Grice, Camp, Labov, and… Continue reading What can studying non-literal meaning tell us about the nature of meaning? In pa

Research in applied linguistics: becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.).

Dear writer, the questions pertain to chapters of the following two books: Perry, F. L., Jr. (2017). Research in applied linguistics: Becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.). Routledge. Schmitt, N., & Rodgers, M. P.H. (Eds.). (2020). An introduction to applied linguistics (3rd ed.). Routledge. No outside sources, please. Thank you for your help.

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Research in applied linguistics: becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.).

Dear writer, the questions pertain to chapters of the following two books: Perry, F. L., Jr. (2017). Research in applied linguistics: Becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.). Routledge. Schmitt, N., & Rodgers, M. P.H. (Eds.). (2020). An introduction to applied linguistics (3rd ed.). Routledge. No outside sources, please. Thank you for your help.

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Answer this question in one to two paragraphs (10 points).

Dear writer, please find all readings attached. Directions: The open-book exam is based on topics addressed in course readings and class discussions. It consists of three parts (Part A, Part B and Part C). Be sure to complete all parts. Your responses will be evaluated based on content (48 points) and use of academic writing… Continue reading Answer this question in one to two paragraphs (10 points).

Define validity.

Dear writer, please find all readings attached. Directions: The open-book exam is based on topics addressed in course readings and class discussions. It consists of three parts (Part A, Part B and Part C). Be sure to complete all parts. Your responses will be evaluated based on content (48 points) and use of academic writing… Continue reading Define validity.

You should be able to make claims about the discourse based on this analysis, taking into account the context which the discourse is in.

The writing requires three elements. 1.transcribe spoken data consistently using a transcriiption key; A one-minute speech is selected in Appendix A, and the writing is analyzed only for the selected one-minute speech. (where Appendix A-(2) is the recording; Appendix A-(1) is the text version of the recording) 2.analyse spoken data using two approaches covered in… Continue reading You should be able to make claims about the discourse based on this analysis, taking into account the context which the discourse is in.

Student will complete one 2,500-word assessment (10% over or under the word limi t is allowed).

The writing requires three elements. 1.transcribe spoken data consistently using a transcriiption key; A one-minute speech is selected in Appendix A, and the writing is analyzed only for the selected one-minute speech. (where Appendix A-(2) is the recording; Appendix A-(1) is the text version of the recording) 2.analyse spoken data using two approaches covered in… Continue reading Student will complete one 2,500-word assessment (10% over or under the word limi t is allowed).