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|The written word can be erased -- not so with the spoken word. - Unknown, |
Source When thoughts fails of words, they find imagination waiting at their elbow
to teach a new language without words. - Unknown, Source Why do social
|Life is not fun if it is not connected vertically to God and horizontally to the people |
in our lives. Refusing ... “He never suppressed one word of truth, but spoke it
always in love.” ... The written word can be erased, but not so with the spoken
|“The written word can be erased—not so with the spoken word.” —Author |
unknown I am now asking you to do something different and unorthodox: to talk
out loud so your heart can hear you. Although I have found no books today
|Achieving Your Greatness on the Playing Field of Business (and Life) Kevin Elko. |
CHAPTER 10 Speaking Out: Heart Song Catalogue of Catchphrases “The written
word can be erased not so with the spoken word.” Author unknown I am now ...
William C. McCormack, Stephen A. Wurm - 1979 - 771 pages
|The Japanese say of their language, when transcribed into roman letters, that |
pinto ga awanai 'it is out of focus': a most appropriate comment. ... All symbols of
register (B) in Figure 1 have this in common: they are only one step removed from
the flow of life. In this sense the ideogram is not so much a parallel of the written
word as of the spoken word. ... At this point a further analysis may take place and
the results can then be written down as phonetic script (syllabic or alphabetic).
|No one objects to what you say that's worthwhile — if you say it in few words. |
Why use a tub of words to express a spoonful of thought? The written word can
be erased — not so with the spoken word. Kind words are short to speak, but
|students all the hard words in the book, because she wants them to try to |
independently problem-solve new words so she can see how they do. ... just at
the first syllable and read it, \child\ (just like when they circled the first part of
permit on the dry erase board). They should use their finger to actually cover up
the rest of the word, so they can see just child. ... They are applying the
alphabetic principle—understanding that the sounds within spoken words are
represented in writing by ...
David Crystal, Hilary Crystal - 2000 - 580 pages
|Tom McArthur, 1992, 'Standard English', in The Oxford Companion to the English |
Language, p. ... can no longer understand each other's spoken words so the
written word is their only means of intercommunication. ... Salman Rushdie, 3
July 1982, The Times 51:46 ORLANDO [meeting the disguised Rosalind in the
forest]: Your accent is something finer than you could purchase 'in so removed a
|Because we love to talk, and talking is the natural thing to do, we do not exert |
much effort over controlling our words. And that is the one single factor that
causes people to fail. When it comes to the written word, they will edit, erase,
change, and draft many copies before they finish their correspondence. ...
Unfortunately, unlike the written word, the spoken words, once said, cannot be
erased or called back.
|... "The linguistic object is not defined by the combination of the written word and |
the spoken word, the latter alone constituting this object" (p. ... 44); "writing veils
our view of language: it does not clothe language, but travesties it" (p. ... In effect,
alphabetical writing seems to present speech, and at the same time to erase itself
before speech. Actually, it could be shown, as I have attempted to do, that there is
no purely phonetic writing, and that phonologism is less a consequence of the ...