>Slang, >style-shifting and >sociability
>Encounters >with >what >is >loosely >called ‘>slang’ in >speech or in >print >are >ubiquitous. >In the UK ‘>well-brought-up’ >speakers >move >easily in and out of >slang in >conversation and the >previous >reluctance >by the >print and >broadcast media to >admit >slang >terms >has >given >way to a >tendency to >embrace and in >s...
BRITISH >SLANG >AND >ITS >CLASSIFICATION
1.1 >Tasks of the >course >work
1.2 >Definition of >slang
II. >MAIN PART
2.1 The >origin of >slang.
2.2 >Types of >slang.
a) >Cockney >rhyming >slang
з) Internet >slang
>d) >Slang of >army, >police
e) Money >slang
2.3. >Phonetic >peculiarities of >slang
2.4. >Morphological >cha...
>What >is >Slang?
>Slang >can >be >described >as >informal, >nonstandard >words or >phrases (>lexical >innovations) >which >tend to >originate in >subcultures >within a >society. >Slang >often >suggests that the >person >utilizing the >words or >phrases >is >familiar >with the >hearer's group or >subgroup-it >can >be >considered a >distinguishing >factor of >in-group >identity. Microsoft >Encarta >states: ">slang >expressions >often ...
>In business >situations >we >often >have to >meet new >people, and >first >impressions >are >important to >help >relationships >with new >contacts >get off to a >good >start. >However, the >behavior that >is >considered >polite >may >vary >depending on >culture. >Manners >are >important in >everyday >work >situations. >What >passes >as >good >manners >can >also >vary >from >country to >country. The best >advice >for >people >w...
>South >Urel State University
«>Accommodation in >St.Petersburg»
>Ivanova >R.P. >Accommodations in >Saint >Petersburg. >Chelyabinsk. ->SUSU. -2007. >p. –48.
The >first >part of >my >course >paper >is >about >tourism in >St.Petersburg. The second >part >is >about >accommodations in >St.Petersburg.
>Table of >contents
>Table of >contents
I. General information >about Ukraine
II. >Industry and >agriculture
III. >Economy of Ukraine
IV. The >Interesting >places in Kyiv
The >utillized >literature
I. The >nation's >history >began >with that of the >East >Slavs. >From >at >least the >9th >century, the >territory of Ukraine >was a >center of the >medieval >East >Slavic >civil...
>Abraham >Harold >Maslow >was >born >April 1, 1908 in >Brooklyn, New York. He >was the >first of >seven >children >born to his >parents, who >themselves >were >uneducated >Jewish >immigrants >from Russia. >His >parents, >hoping >for the best >for >their >children in the new world, >pushed >him >hard >for >academic success. >Not >surprisingly, >he >became >very >lonely >as a >boy, and >found his >r...