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That has (almost) lost its denotative meaning.
A word or phrase that signals the function of the information that will follow.
To prevent someone from concentrating on doing something.
To have a very strong influence over what happens.
A belief about the way something will happen.
To make something possible.
Something or someone that can change easily to suit new situations.
A way of teaching which uses a syllabus based on functions.
A pause before or while doing or saying something.
Describe a relationship between words.
Which can be imagined or suggested; improbable; impossible.
A set of letters representing the first letters of two or more words.
Used to describe a feature of connected speech.
A word which adds further meaning to a noun phrase
Used in grammatical descriptions to refer to words that limit the meaning of something.
A word or phrase such as much, few or a lot of which is used with a noun to show an amount.
To remember, bring something back into the mind.
To reword a sentence or phrase to improve it.
To focus on words or structures that have been taught before, for revision and more practice.
The degree to which something is related to or useful in a situation.
A reply or reaction to communication such as a laugh, a smile, saying something.
Words that sound similar because they have the same ending, e.g. hat, cat.
A sequence is a series of things, which follow each other in a logical order.
An answer to a problem.
A clear and exact description of something, e.g. aims.
A characteristic way of conveying information e.g. humorous, journalistic, casual, business-like.
Replacing words, phrases or clauses in discourse with another word or words to achieve cohesion.
Letter(s) added at the end of a word to make a new word, e.g. good – goodness.
To change one thing for another, e.g. Exchange partners to work with someone different.
A description of the grammatical patterns that join words together into sentences.
The main subject of a conversation, a text or a lesson.
A word or phrase that indicates time, such as after, last weekend.