Construct of CC (Michael Canale & Merril Swain)
: aspect of CC that encompasses “knowledge of lexical items and rules of morphology, syntax, sentence-grammar semantics, and phonology.”
: the ability we have to connect sentences in stretches of discourse and to form a meaningful whole out of a series of utterances.
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"GODS AND MONSTERS"
Based on the novel
"Father of Frankenstein"
May 30, 1997
NOTE: THE HARD COPY OF THIS SCRIPT CONTAINED SCENE NUMBERS
AND SOME "SCENE OMITTED" SLUGS. THEY HAVE BEEN REMOVED FOR
THIS SOFT COPY.
MAIN TITLES BEGIN
Writhing pools of light and dark, out of which emerge images
from "The Bride of Frankenstein," direc
- The “new world” that Columbus boasted of to the Spanish monarchs in 1500 was neither an expanse of empty space nor a replica of European culture, tools, textiles, and religion, but a combination of Native, European, and African people living in complex relation to one another.
- The Native cultures Columbus found in the New World displayed a huge variety of languages, social customs, and cr
inform you of my decision.
You have led a very carefree,
idle, happy life up to the present,
the life of a child.
But it is time now
to put away childish things
and take on adult responsibilities.
Wed all like to sail through life
with no thought of tomorrow
but that cannot be.
We have our duties,
our obligations, our principles.
In short, Harold, I think it is time
for you to get married.
The sense of smell gives rise to the perception of odors, mediated by the olfactory nerve. The olfactory receptor (OR) cells are neurons present in the olfactory epithelium, a small patch of tissue in back of the nasal cavity. There are millions of olfactory receptor neurons that act as sensory signaling cells. Each neuron has cilia in direct contact with air. The