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How do you carry pride in your language?
This is a metaphor, an accurate statement would be to take pride in your language. Pride is a feeling, feelings cannot be carried. To carry pride in your native language is to speak crisply, distinctly, clearly. Thus, it's a pleasure for others fluent in your language or mother tongue, to listen to your spoken communications. Those less educated will admire and then aspire to communicate equally well.
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a pride is a group of wild cats
Idiom because it is a figure of speech commonly used in our society that is not commonly used in other societies.
The "Pride" in Pride and Prejudice relates back to mainly Mr. Darcy's pride, but also a little to Elizabeth's. Mr. Darcy is too proud to aqqaintence himself with the Ben…nets more than he has too and when he does propose to Elizabeth Bennet he makes it clear that he loves her "against his better jugdgement".
Civic Pride is having respect for the town/city you come from.
The pride in Pride and Prejudice would be Mr. Darcey, because of his great wealth.
Some people think of the pride as being Darcy's attitude about his family and his position in society. But I think Lizzy had a problem with pride as well, and this is mentione…d in the book, when she realizes she had been very proud of her ability to understand people, but had misjudged both Wickham and Darcy.
Answer Pride and Prejudice is the best known and loved of Jane Austen's novels, focusing on the concept of love during the late 18th century in England. It is a story o…f romance between the spirited and lovely but poverty-stricken Elizabeth, and the pompous and proud yet intriguing aristocrat Mr. Darcy.
What is the figurative language for the sentence LaTonya gleamed with pride as she won the spelling bee?
Pride is that feeling you get when you think your awesome. Inmales, pride can be a genital reference. Pride is a small word that can mean a hell of a lot.Pride can bewhen you… feel superior or inferior to someone.Pride causeswars,destruction,violence and ultimately suicide.Pride is anythingto do with 'self'... A pride is also a group of lions.
Arrogant; disdainfulHighly pleased; elated
school pride is when you represent your school proudly.
Pride in French : la fierté or l'orgueil Pride in Japanese : 誇り, Hokori Pride in Spanish: Orgullo Pride in Russian : гордость, gordostʹ
In Jane Austen
"her heart was divided between concern for her sister, and resentment against all the others" - personification
I buy Puritan's Pride products, but I have never seen their brand in stores. You might be able to find them on Amazon and eBay, but you can also buy them from their websit…e.
In second language acquisition how influential is one's attitude toward learning the language and how does this compare to the influence carried by the person's IQ?
Clearly both are factors. As a TESOL teacher, I can offer some anecdotal evidence: It seems clear that attitude makes a big difference to learning a second language (L2)…. But we are not talking about one attitude, but rather a complex of attitudes and goals. These would include: attitude to failure-success, personal learning strategies, short- and long-term goals, patience, determination, persistence etc. IQ is one resource that a student can draw upon. IQ relates to the brains ability to process information coming from the world, in various dimensions. But high IQ does not necessarily go hand in hand with high motivation. It has been said about IQ that although some individuals can have very high IQ, the vast majority have more than enough IQ (that is in and around the average of 100) to get by in everyday life. For me, that would include the IQ requirements for learning a second language. The single biggest factor in second language learning is in my view 'accumulation'. By this I mean that a student needs to accumulate a certain amount of vocabulary, grammar and contextual understanding to be able to communicate effectively in their L2. You can compare it to taking bebbles (words) off a beach. If you are very enthusiastic (high IQ energy) very early in the endeavour, then you can perhaps take home 100 pebbles a day off the beach for a couple of weeks, before tiredness or boredom undermine the activity and it quickly peters out. Let's say that after six months (two weeks of high activity followed by very little activity) you had taken home 1600 pebbles . It's a lot, but perhaps only half of the pebbles (words) you would need for 'critical mass', where you could function in the second language in such a way as to allow you to be continuously and activey involved in using the language. However, if you are a slow but determined individual (average IQ energy), you could take 20 pebbles a day off the beach, but maintain this activity continuously for the whole six months. You would have accumulated 3640 pebbles, which is about critical mass. Not only would you have twice as many pebbles, but it would have been less effort per day (if you only include the days where effort has been made) and also because you had maintained it (a good learning habit) for six months, there would be every chance that you would go on doing it into the future. Final point is that in language learning, what you require is 'understandable input'. If you cannot make sense of what you are hearing, you cannot hope to remember it or reproduce it appropriately. That means frequent use of a dictionary and an active attempt to isolate the words you are hearing and their meanings. As on average it takes hearing a word 5 or 6 times to really remember it and produce it, you really don't have to worry about remembering it the first time you hear it. Let your brain do the work. Some words you will just remember after hearing only once, strangely enough. Words that seemed strange and hard to remember will eventually sink in if you are constantly exposed to hearing L2. So, by far the most effective strategy is persistent but measured study. Slow but sure. Good luck in your learning.
In Jane Austen
An example of figurative language is the following quote, â??â?¦I can never be in company with this Mr. Darcy without being grieved to the soul by a thousand tender rec…ollections.â?? It is said by the character Mr. Wickham, who was childhood friends with Mr. Darcy before he took advantage of the generosity of Mr. Darcyâ??s father. In the quote, he is lying about the affair to Elizabeth Bennet in an attempt to win her over to his side. The â??thousand tender recollectionsâ?? is an hyperbole meant to show how much Mr. Wickham had esteemed Mr. Darcy.
The official language of the liturgy and the sacraments in theCatholic Church depends upon your rite. For instance, if you belongto the Latin rite, all of the sacraments, offi…cially, are in Latin.If you belong to the Maronite Rite, all the sacraments are inAramaic; the Greek rite would be in Greek, etc. However, the LatinRite of the Church (the largest) is in an odd position, as, underindult, they may celebrate the sacraments in a translation in theirnative tongue. Those of the Latin Rite in England and the UnitedStates hear Mass in English. In South America and Spain, they hearMass in Spanish (except in Brazil, which is in Portugese), etc.