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TESOL End of the term assignment ( after Phase 8) Answer any two questions from Section A. Section B is compulsory Section A Q1. Take a look at any two ESL/EFL course books and evaluate them based on the following; Format- attractive , easy to use i) Grammar highlights ii) Can it be adapted or rigid iii) Which would you choose out of the two and why ? Please note that the textbooks need to follow ESL/EFL pattern and needs to be in English and not any other language. The books chosen must belong to the same level. If they belong to different levels, for example, one for the beginners and one for the intermediate, then your answer will not be accepted. If you are unable to access a text book kindly refer to any EFL: book…show more content…
Informal language is more commonly used in situations that are more relaxed and involve people we know well. Formal language is more common when we write; informal language is more common when we speak. However, there are times where writing can be very informal, for example, when writing postcards or letters to friends, emails or text messages. There are also examples where spoken English can be very formal, for example, in a speech or a lecture. Most uses of English are neutral; that is, they are neither formal nor informal. Formal language and informal language are associated with particular choices of grammar and vocabulary. Contractions, relative clauses without a relative pronoun and ellipsis are more common in informal language. Compare |She has decided to accept the job. |formal | |She’s decided to accept the job. |informal: She’s = contraction | Compare |The girl whom I met in Singapore was interested in working in Australia. |formal | |The girl I met in Singapore was interested in working in Australia. |informal: relative clause without the relative
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