oral expression

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Long years of semi-solitude among creatures whose powers of oral expression are extremely limited had thrown him almost entirely upon his own resources for entertainment.
Tenders are invited for management, organization and delivery of programs and initiatives to promote oral expression in basque among citizens over 16 years of zaldibar (berbalagun)
Olive International School, Umm Salal Ali, hosted an Inter-school 'Spell Bee Competition' on February 14, to create awareness of the possibilities of using varied words in oral expression and to add words to the active vocabulary of students.
MM: The Comprehensive Form assesses seven areas of achievement as defined by IDEA: oral expression, listening comprehension, written expression, basic reading skill, reading fluency skills, reading comprehension, mathematics calculation, and mathematics problem solving.
It easily encompassed Maori oral expression, in the form of waiata (song) and laments in which they were highly skilled.
A language dies when it is only used for oral expression and not as written language.
"In the diversity of its forms, classic or dialectal, from oral expression to poetic calligraphy, the Arabic language has given rise to a fascinating aesthetic, in fields as varied as architecture, poetry, philosophy and song.
Students are taught to build language, vocabulary, critical thinking, problem solving and oral expression.
It has enabled a dialogue of cultures along the silk roads, from the coast of India to the Horn of Africa," Azoulay explained, adding, "in the diversity of its forms, classic or dialectal, from oral expression to poetic calligraphy, the Arabic language has given rise to a fascinating aesthetic, in fields as varied as architecture, poetry, philosophy, and song."
As well as improvements in physical strength, confidence and positive emotion, babies who swim have improved sleep patterns and appetites, typically walk earlier, and are on average, 11 months ahead in oral expression.
Some of the interviewees' stories would have benefitted from more attention to editing: Inuit elders are masters of oral expression in their own language, but the reader occasionally trips over sentences where the English version does not reflect this mastery, and there are occasional minor errors in the spellings of Inuktitut words.
Still, a speech therapy intervention program for television journalists group showed positive changes in the oral expression of their members generate more credibility and clarity during the transmission of news [12].