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ITP Aero Nov 15
Un avión A400M da tanta potencia como 12 coches de Formula 1.
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Leopoldo Mosquera Nov 14
During the some students from the visit to know the researches in the labs of and .
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David Peck Nov 11
It is, however, not infrequently possible to give special significance to a word by placing it at the close of a sentence and thereby stamping and impressing it on the mind of the hearer, whereas if it were placed in the middle... it would be lost. Quintilliano
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ACTION PROJECT Nov 15
Checking the light spectra and how the light of the street lamps that produces is identified.
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David Peck Nov 15
Readers expect the point sentence in a paragraph (if any) to arrive at one of two places: either (1) as the last sentence of the issue; or (2) as the last sentence of the discussion.
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SURE-Farm Nov 14
Today SURE-Farm participates in the Week of Science. Transfering knowledge and finding solutions together with potential farmers of the future to make extensive farming more resilient.
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ACTION PROJECT Nov 15
Good job, ! Second day of ➡ 👇 The students are interested in and ask how they can collaborate by capturing to "fight" 💪
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David Peck Nov 14
Readers of English expect that the material most to be emphasized in the sentence will appear at a moment of full syntactic closure, called a stress position. and informacion.cultural@manzanareselreal.es
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iTarg3T Nov 13
Íñigo Borrajo and (), together with Emma Losantos (), explain the importance of tungsten to the students of , in the science week
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María Menéndez Nov 14
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David Peck Nov 9
Readers of English have relatively fixed expectations of where in the structure of any unit of discourse to expect the arrival of certain kinds of substance.
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David Peck Nov 15
Replying to @overseasdem
Learn where in the structure of any unit of discourse native readers of English expect the arrival of different kinds of substance. The new news reported in “The Science of Scientific Writing” by George Gopen and Judith Swan is the recent discovery
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David Peck Nov 14
Replying to @overseasdem
Readers expect that material to the left contextualize anything that comes to its right. Readers expect that occupants of the topic position contextualize the reader for the rest of the sentence.
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David Peck Nov 10
Everything that can be thought at all can be thought clearly. Everything that can be said can be said clearly. -Ludwig Wittgenstein Clear writing can be learned if...
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David Peck Nov 14
Replying to @overseasdem
• Most readers of English are intuitively aware of this invitation for emphasis • If a writer can become consciously aware of the location of the Stress position, she can then manipulate
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David Peck Nov 13
“It now appears that obligatory obfuscation is a firm tradition within the medical profession...(Medical writing) is a highly skilled, calculated attempt to confuse the reader...
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David Peck Nov 10
Replying to @astro_duque
Writers who do this consistently are attending more to their own need for unburdening themselves of their information than to the reader's need for receiving the material.
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David Peck Nov 10
For that which as a rule occurs to us first, is just that which ought to come last in our Speech. -- Quintiliano Born in La Rioja in the year 35
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David Peck Nov 14
Replying to @overseasdem
Readers expect and desire sentences to begin with material that links backward logically to materials that have appeared in the previous discourse.
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David Peck Nov 14
Replying to @overseasdem
Readers tend to read a clause or a one-clause sentence as the story of whoever or whatever shows up first. Readers tend to read a multi-clause sentence as the story of whoever or whatever shows up first in the main clause.
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