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“Pragmatics” books by George Yule Section 2

Section 2 Reading “Pragmatics” books by George Yule

Chapter 1 Definition and Background -Text 1 Question: Do you think that pragmatics is the study of all action, or should it be limited to only certain action? Answer: Yes, pragmatics is the study of all action. Pragmatics could be limited to only certain action in terms of spontaneous action. Some spontaneous actions have no meaning, such as cough, blink, sneeze, yawning or etc.

Pragmatics 2 and 5 Reference & Inference, Presupposition & Entailment, And Discourse & Culture

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Pragmatics 2 and 5 Reference & Inference, Presupposition & Entailment, And Discourse & Culture
Function: asking, question Language skill are, listening > speaking > reading > writing What is Pragmatic? Pragmatics is study to politeness, such as the way how we introducing something to someone.

Psycholinguistics Characteristics of Speech

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Section A10 Characteristics of Speech
ØWe need to plan our pausing in conversation. ØWhen we need a pausing in the writing form, then the point of pausing place is based on verb in the sentence. For example: “Yesterday, when my family and I, went to Jakarta, a first, we didn’t’ know what transport we had to choose, then, my father suggested that, we’d better go by train.”

Psycholinguistics theory Long Term Memory and Schema Theory

Psycholinguistics Theory of Issues in Listening

This Psycholinguistics article on Psycholinguistics Theory of Issues in Listening is concern from Psycholinguistics textbook John Field psycholinguistics book (a resource book for students) published by Routledege in 2003. Some psycholinguistics pdf theory textbook was available in others resources (internet). This Psycholinguistics article were comes from my Psycholinguistics definition lecturing note study, particularly about Issues in Listening on page 38 (A9, Issues in Listening) to page 33 of the resource book.
This title of Psycholinguistics article is Psycholinguistics Theory of Issues in Listening A9 Issues in Listening ØListening activity is not constructive. ØListening is very different in form from the word on the page. ØReading activity can refer to previously, because we can refer to our previous reading material, but listening is not. We only guess what we have listening before. Therefore, listening activity is not constructive.

CUPAK AND GRANTANG

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Folktales from Indonesia, Bali. This story is a fairy tales as usual for kids stories from folklore generation to generation.
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Once upon a time somewhere in Bali there are brothers called Cupak and Grantang who are living in a small village far away from the 'city. Cupak is a big, ugly- and greedy man. Meanwhile his younger brother, Grantang has a very different appearance, attitude, also characteristics with Cupak. Grantang is a handsome, polite and generous young man. Cupak always cheating on his younger brother Grantang, but Grantang never complained about that. Grantang always does what his brother, told him, without trying to disobey all his orders. Even though Grantang keep trying to become a good brother, Cupak never care about him. Cupak is only caring about himself He always hungry and eat as much as he can without considering anybody else including Grantang.
One day when they go to the city to buy some food, they heard the rumor that the King's daughter…

A FISH WITH A MOUSTACHE

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A FISH WITH A MOUSTACHE Retold by: Once upon a time in a village in Bali, there lived a witch doctor that was well known for his extremely magical powers. This doctor was capable of healing animals and human beings suffering from severe diseases and he was even able to bring dead animals back to life- One particular time, an animal had had it's head cut off and he managed to revive it by attaching the head cut off and he managed to revive it by attaching the head to the animal's body following a mantra sentence reading. News of the doctor's effectiveness in applying his magic spread swiftly everywhere within a short time. People flocked to him to see if he could heal their ill family members, and others came with their diseased animals, sometimes even with their dead cattle. His chain of success in rescuing the ill animals brought about an effect that no more living creatures in the worid would be trampled to death. Nevertheless, the witch doctor wanted to do more and wishe…

THE BEGINNING OF BALI STRAIT

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THE BEGINNING OF BALI STRAIT
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Once upon a time in East Java lived a priest named Sidi Mantra. He was :r good manners priest and managed religion very good. He was very respected 1w his society and his attitude became a pattern. He had enough property and a beautiful wife. But he did not look happy yet because he did not ha%e son. Onc day, he discussed this with his wife and told her about his willing to make worship ceremony to ask for a child to God. His wife agreed. After sometimes they made worship ceremonies to ask for a child, then the wife of Sidi Mantra was pregnant. Not quite long, a son was born named Manik Angkeran. He became a handsome guy. Unfortunately, he loved gambling. I lis. father had advised him many times, but he did not listen to him. Because of oficil loosed, after a long time Sidi Mantra's wealthy became lessen and finally poor. But Manik Angkeran kept gambling. He had a lot of obligations and asked to his father to pay it. Because Manik Angkeran wa…

Children Play Shells

Children Play Shells
In that morning, it was beaming. Having completed to help their parents cleaned up the boat and carried fish out; the fisherman’s children romped around at the beach. They walked along the beach collecting sea shells were scattered around rich. They had various colors; there were big and small ones, and the shape was cute.
The little girls collected the little sea shells. There were some whitish, brownish, reddish, yellowish, dark and combined many colors. They picked up the little shells and kept these in the bamboo basket they prepared. The little boys collected the bigger ones; there were as big as vice clamp until as big as little coconut. They put these all in a bag made of frond of areca leaves.