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no translations are available), students with minimal linguistic skills usually take no longer than a couple of weeks to be able to read quite satisfactorily.
Staff will have to complete a full assessment of technical expertise, linguistic skills and knowledge of the procedures, and ensure that workers undergo continuous training course in electricity safety.
The linguistic beauty and style are evident to only those who understand the language but the clarity and consistency of the message is for everyone regardless of their linguistic skills and they relevant for all times.
Another reason why we do not have today poets like Mirza Ghalib, who was born two centuries ago, and Akhlaq Mohammad Khan 'Shaharyar', who died recently, is that most poets today do not have the same linguistic skills as their predecessors had.
It is concluded that participants make use of technology to teach academic and linguistic skills in an integrated skills approach, encourage students to construct knowledge, expose students to life-long learning skills and strategies, cater for different students who have different learning styles, find and create teaching materials, develop skills through exposure to existing on-line sources and create a motivating environment that is conducive for learning.
Washington, June 14 ( ANI ): Scientist demonstrated how a robot analogous to a child between 6 and 14 months old can develop rudimentary linguistic skills through interaction with a human participant.
Kate revealed her budding linguistic skills at her first Buckingham Palace garden party.
Summary: Sandra Bullock has presented the award for foreign language film at this year's Oscars, using her speech to showcase her linguistic skills
At the end of a term, the school will organise a series of French coffee mornings where the children will display their new-found linguistic skills to their parents.
Linguistic skills affect a wide array of activities in peer interactions, including games, communication, and solving interpersonal problems.
cultural awareness and linguistic skills, general coordinator of the
Navigating the materials of our profession needs linguistic skills as much as musical ones, and the success of an association such as IAML relies so much on people in key roles understanding and being sympathetic to the cultural sensitivities which exist between one country and another.