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Communication English Grammar

Department/subject Foreign language department English subject
Teacher/lecturer name Akira Ishikawa
The holding year 2011
Date First semester
Lecture summary

It is course learning the basics to analyze communication in spoken English.

After having surveyed construction, format of sentence that put what kind of factor together according to type of communication is used or sees distinction when it is not so when standard about use. We survey typical language act in communication and see the expression method. Furthermore, we learn frame capturing remark to link schematically.

Class is pushed forward by questions and answers by simple English while reading the teaching materials.

Reaction paper is required every week.

  Lecture contents Lecture picture
1 Tool of grammar of a spoken language description
2 Tool of grammar of a spoken language description
3 The mood classification of structure and sentence of knob
※There is point breaking off by machine parts trouble partly. You understanding will be appreciated.
4 The mood classification of structure and sentence of knob
5 Semantics of conversation: Language act in conversation
6 Semantics of conversation: Language act in conversation
7 Structure of turn of conversation: The connecting binary description method  
8 Structure of turn of conversation: The connecting binary description method
9 We make meaning: Three meta functions
10 We make meaning: Three meta functions
11 Subject and daijutsu: Structure of statement
12 Subject and daijutsu: Structure of statement
13 Process and advisor element and the situation element: Model of the described situation
14 Process and advisor element and the situation element: Model of the described situation  
15 Expansion and projection: We generate complicated expression
16 Expansion and projection: We generate complicated expression
17 Modality: Opinion expression of speaker
18 Modality: Opinion expression of speaker
19 Evaluation vocabulary: Together with thing, we realize feelings, evaluation to person
20 Evaluation vocabulary: Together with thing, we realize feelings, evaluation to person
21 Structure of noun group: Difference between spoken language and written language  
22 Structure of noun group: Difference between spoken language and written language  
23 Taxicabs and implantation: Hierarchization of knob  
24 Taxicabs and implantation: Hierarchization of knob  
25 Unity-related: Means to secure unity of text  
26 Unity-related: Means to secure unity of text  
27 Consistency: Semantic unity  
28 Consistency: Semantic unity