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1Ingles o Idioma Extranjero I Ing. Edson Rodriguez
2Tecnicas Para interpretar Vocabulario Palabras de ReferenciaPersonal pronounPossesive PronounDemostrativesComparativesDefinite Article
3Reference WordsSon empleadas para mostrara conexion entre ideas, la cuales brindan mayor claridad y cohesionEl termino referencia es empleado para referirse a cohesivo en una oracionEn la mayoria de los casos la palabra o concepto ha sido mencionada o abordado anteriormente
4Personal PronounThe personal pronouns are I, you, she, he, it, we, they.Because an impersonal style of writing is strongly favoured by most academic disciplines, you may rarely find yourself using pronouns like I, you and we.The most commonly used personal pronouns in academic writing are it (referring to things) and they (referring to either things or people). In academic writing, ‘things’ are usually phenomena and abstract nouns, and people are usually previous researchers. He and she may also be used, usually to refer to authors previously mentioned in the text.
5Possesive PronounThe possessive pronouns show a relationship of ownership or ‘belonging to’. They are: my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its, our, ours, their, theirs.As with personal pronouns, my and our are not commonly used in academic writing. The most commonly used possessive pronouns in academic writing are its, their, his, her.
6DemonstrativesDemonstratives are similar to personal and possessive pronouns in that they refer to nouns usually already present in the text. However, they have a stronger pointing quality – they identify (point at) exactly which thing or things are being referred to.The most common demonstratives are: this, that (singular), these, those (plural), such.
7ComparativesComparatives are sometimes used as pronouns and sometimes as adjectives. You do not need to be able to distinguish the two because, in both cases, they are being used to refer to something or someone in the text.Comparatives include words like: another, other, both, similar, the same, better, more, earlier, later, previous, subsequent
8Definite Article THEThe definite article the is often used to refer back to something which has already been mentioned in the text and is now occurring for the second (or perhaps the third or fourth) time
9Reference Words Personal Pronoun Possesive Pronoun Demonstrative
10Reference Words Comparatives Definite Article This research has revolutionised the field. The same could be said of Drury (2003)Definite ArticleHe was faced with a difficult choice. The choice he made demonstrated his ability
11CompletaImagina que estás tu casa sentado en una_________ y mientras miras ________. De pronto, el lugar en donde estás sentado __________ a moverse, las lámparas se balancean, las ventanas vibran y los objetos se ________ de los estantes. Todo este _________ dura unos pocos__________ , después de los cuales, la tranquilidad _________. No hay dudas. Lo que acabas de experimentar es un terremoto.
13Esto se llama comprender el significado de acuerdo al contexto. Aunque desconocías algunas palabras, de todas formas, has podido captar el sentido general del párrafo. Esto sucede porque el resto del texto te da pistas que te permiten "adivinar" las palabras faltantes.
14Analiza y aplica Tecnicas The art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man, as the means of production and of traffic in states, both for external and internal trade, as applied in the construction of roads, bridges, canals, and docks for internal intercourse exchange and in the art of navegation by articicial power for the purposes of commerce and in the construction and aplication of machinery and in the drainage of cities and towns
15Elaborado por: Ing Edson Rodriguez Thank You for (your/you) attentionElaborado por: Ing Edson Rodriguez