Unformatted text preview: paragraphs, explain and illustrate the expression for a reader who is completely unfamiliar with the culture, language, or context where the expression originates. You are not simply “translating” the expression. You are discussing its origins, history, meaning, or usage for someone who does not share your knowledge of this expression. Part Two: In 1-2 well developed paragraphs, write an explanation for a reader who is very familiar with the culture, language, or context where the expression originates, but who has a different understanding of it or who needs to be persuaded to agree with you about how it is used. Part Three: In 1-2 well developed paragraphs, justify (to me) some of the differences between parts one and two. What did you explain differently and why? This assignment is worth 25 points and will be evaluated for the following: • content and originality • development • organization • linguistic clarity • completeness [Formatting Instructions] [Duedate]...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course ENG-W 131 taught by Professor Neal during the Fall '08 term at Indiana.
- Fall '08