Презентация на тему Предположение (преуменьшение и преувеличение)

Презентация на тему Предположение (преуменьшение и преувеличение), предмет презентации: Английский язык. Этот материал содержит 12 слайдов. Красочные слайды и илюстрации помогут Вам заинтересовать свою аудиторию. Для просмотра воспользуйтесь проигрывателем, если материал оказался полезным для Вас - поделитесь им с друзьями с помощью социальных кнопок и добавьте наш сайт презентаций ThePresentation.ru в закладки!

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e.g. Will you open the door?
Cf. open the door.
I wondered if you were free at ten o’clock?
Cf. I wonder if you are free at ten?
Might – opinion: might it be alright to do this way?
Would – inquiry: You wouldn’t be going there by any chance?

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Предположение (преуменьшение и преувеличение)

Преуменьшение —
Явное отрицание
Скрытое отрицание
Двойное отрицание

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Явное отрицание

e.g. I'm not pleased could be treated differently:
I'm simply displeased /shocked/ definitely disgusted etc.)

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Скрытое отрицание

Negation as well as negativity could be masked by negative adverbs
(e.g. hardly, barely, scarcely), adjectives few, little or verbs like fail, lack etc.,- thus manifesting itself impli­citly.

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Двойное отрицание

(e.g. It's not unfair = It's fair)

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The emphasizing function is mostly performed by degree adverbs (e.g. how, so, too, extremely, terribly, awfully, very etc.) often used in set formulae of politeness to intensi­fy, say, the expression of gratitude or sympathy, refusals or apologies which - reduced to mere thank you or sorry - would sound rude – I’m so sorry..
Some degree adverbs like just, really, fully, completely etc. or stylistically coloured verbs (e.g.: love, hate, die) or adjectives (e.g.: super, great, smashing, horrible, awful, stupid etc.) could be regarded as intensifiers when they lose their direct meaning and their function is merely to exaggerate, e.g. I fully agree with you. That may sound a stupid question.

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1) mind / view phrases (e.g. to my mind; in my opinion /view; from my point of view etc.);
2) verbs of thinking (e.g. think, believe, consider, suppose), both in the affirmative and negative forms;
3) as-phrases (e.g. as far as I know; as far as I'm concerned; as I see it; as for me etc.);
4) if-phrases (e.g. forgive me if I'm wrong; if I'm not mistaken; if you ask me etc.);
5) probability words (e.g. possibly, by (any) chance, happen) and modals which could also be preceded by I wonder);
6) impersonal and probability phrases (e.g. maybe, perhaps, by (any) chance, happen / seem /prove / turn out / appear / (un) likely etc.

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Why couldn't it wait till morning? (pressing offer)
Could it wait till morning?
(open question)
Couldn't it wait till morning?
(persuasive question)
It could wait till morning, couldn’t it.

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Поддержание разговора

Вставные конструкции
Знаки внимания
Вопросы — реплики

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Вставные конструкции

Emphatic agreement containing adverbs like very, certainly, definitely, alright and sentences with verbs of thinking (believe, think, suppose, hope, expect) which often help to soften opinions, as well as phrases of reservation (e.g.: in most cases, in principle, to a certain extent).
Sof­tening formulae I agree but.../only /except; I'm sorry but.../I'm afraid but... are mostly used for apologies and polite refusals.

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Знаки внимания

Attention signals are used to prevent or fill in different possible pauses in a conversation. Those phrases perform the important function of indicating that you follow what’s going on, your reaction is adequate and the talk wouldn’t end abruptly.

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Вопросы — реплики

1) short questions, e.g.: Oh, yes? And so? And (what happened) then? Really?
2) question tags (positive and negative), e.g.: "He's resolved to marry Ann. "- "Oh, is he?" - "Yes, he thinks he couldn't live without her. " - "Couldn't he?"
Another variety is the so called "same-way" tag (only positive), e.g.: "So you think you're the boss, do you?"
Note that negative tags are used for emphatic agreement, e.g.: "She was great!" - "Yes, wasn't she?"
3) echo questions, e.g.: "Now he works as a paleontologist. " - "As a what?"

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