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More than an easy replace, 250 crucial chinese language Characters quantity 2 offers 250 extra characters within the super precious studying structure that inexperienced persons and academics alike proceed to praise.
Following within the footsteps of the newly published Volume 1, it comprises every little thing that today's freshmen and academics wish: advice for mastery all through; particular routines in AP-exam structure; innovative assessment sections; and several other indexes.
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Oh, I, I don’t know, I don’t remember what I made he for. I don’t collect no pots now. (2) I don’t remember what I made that pot for. I don’t collect pots now. ‘Normalization’ here has eradicated three morphosyntactic dialect features (he = pot; he here used in an oblique context; double negation don’t … no), not to mention all the ‘superﬂuous data’ (repetitions and so on) that are simply left out.
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Since each of these was created for a slightly different purpose, their annotation schemes are dissimilar in certain respects, though the basic principles behind them both are fundamentally the same. Their contribution addresses speciﬁc issues regarding the selection and annotation of English Creole texts, but it also draws out more general issues which are echoed in other chapters across both volumes that engage with ‘unconventional’ written texts. Their particular concern is the extent to which visual and graphological features contained in the originals need to be retained in the computerized versions.