#5 - Oral & Written assignment

Group presentation on "Speaking", based on the book: Celce-Murcia, M. & Olshtain, E. (2000): Discourse and Context in Language Teaching. A   Guide for Language Teachers. Chapters 6, 7, 8 &; 9. U.K.: CUP.Choosing the linguistic features de Evelyn Blasón

#4 - Chapters 10 & 11

This is an assesment instrument developed taking into consideration the book "The study of language", written by Yule, G (2016); Chapters 10 & 11 . U.K.: CUP.

#3 - Speech acts

There is a clear difference between statements that describe and statements that command. This idea was developed by the british linguist J.L. Austin. He defines this distinction as two separate parts of speech: Constatives: They are sentences that describe something as True or False.Performatives: They are sentences that denote an action, rather that conveying a message they act upon the world. They depend on Felicity Conditions: Context and Reception.
These are the rules under which the performatives can be enacted.
They are fairly logical, the performative should be: AuthoritativeUnderstoodClearAble to understand If it doesn´t meet these conditions, then it doesn´t have the power to denote action. But just because a performative meets its conditions and it´s clearly stated, it doesn´t mean that it is implicitly followed.
Speech Acts: When words are actions. These actions include (but are not limited to): OrderingPromisingApologisingWarningSentencingChristeningMarrying

#2 - Advice on academic writing

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