Week 4 Workshop Paraphrase practice

Week 4 Workshop Paraphrase practice - Reading Notes:...

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Workshop Practise Paraphrase Original text taken from: Putnis, P. and R. Petelin. 1999.  Professional communication: principles and  applications . 2 nd  ed. Sydney: Prentice Hall. Text is from page 69. Speech-Related Behaviours The way we use our native language is governed by complex rules that we  learn in tandem with the language itself. Rules include when to speak and  when to remain silent, how to show respect and when to be discreet. As we  grow up, we learn the rules appropriate to different situations. Yet we are  not consciously aware of these rules because we learn them as part of  learning to use a language. 
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Unformatted text preview: Reading Notes: Paraphrase Draft 1: Example Reading Notes Learning 1st language: o Learn lang. same time learn complex rules about how to use it Examples of rules: times of speaking or silence, respect, asking questions . . . As people grow up, they learn rules for using language for different for contexts subconsciously Paraphrase Draft 1 Putnis and Petelin (1999, 69) explain that people subconsciously learn complicated rules about when and how to use language while they are growing up. They become aware that different contexts require speakers to communicate in different ways, for example, when to stay silent and when to speak (Putnis and Petelin 1999, 69)....
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