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Do a. Sentences in scientific discourse should rarely, if ever, contain compound predicates. b. Academic publications should always begin with an abstract that provides a brief synopsis of the motivating research
question, methodology, results, and implications for other researchers. c. In scientific writing, passive sentences should be deployed to downplay the role of the subject-actor and highlight
the role of the object-goal. [see pp. 121-122] d. Sources should be cited using authors’ last names wherever possible in order to identify them as credentialed members of
the research community (e.g. “Peterson 2009”). 14
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: ID Which of the basic language functions described by Roman Jakobson is most closely served by Gavin’s expressions of rage
the phatic function
the metalingual function
the poetic function
the emotive function [p. 145] Do a.
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143 16. 96 Which of the below statements is TRUE, based on the above data?
lo wn Do : ID Gavin is a prolific user of tag questions.
Of the five chief linguistic subcompetencies described in the textbook, Gavin has failed to demonstrate only
one—namely, phonological competence. [The reason is that it’s a written lab report, p. 146]
The dialect utilized in this lab report and the dialect that’s traditionally employed in scientific papers are not
Gavin’s description of what happened to his lab partner (“he went flying”) is an illustration of Bronislaw
Malinowski’s concept of phatic communion.
None of the above statements are true.
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