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BABOR Make-up Augen Ultimate Style & Volume Mas...
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Der BABOR - Ultimate Style & Volume Mascara zählt zu den neuesten Erfindungen der renommierten Marke Babor. Das Familienunternehmen mit Sitz in Aachen entwickelt Make-up, das den natürlichen Hauttyp unterstreicht, Selbstvertrauen schenkt und Frauen schöner macht.Ein Make-up für strahlend schöne AugenInnovation und Style finden sich im BABOR - Ultimate Style & Volume Mascara vereint. Der Volumen-Mascara zaubert dichte, schwarze Wimpern, die einen unvergleichlichen Augenaufschlag verleihen. Die neuartige Präzisionsbürste trennt sie fein, verdichtet sie und lässt die Augen strahlen. Ein neuartiges Polymer, das speziell bei diesem Mascara verwendet wurde, verleiht den Wimpern mehr Volumen. Zudem sorgt es dafür, dass die Wimpern auch an heißen Tagen nicht verkleben. Die pflegende Textur dieses Produkts schont die Wimpern und garantiert ein lang anhaltendes Styling-Ergebnis. Ein Highlight: Der Ultimate Style & Volume Mascara ist kinderleicht anzuwenden. Tragen Sie ihn einfach vom Wimpernkranz bis zu den Spitzen auf und dosieren Sie den Auftrag durch das Abstreifen der Bürste am Abstreifer.

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Teaching pronunciation. The role of the native ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: One of the most investigated topics in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is the concept of the native speaker (cf. Cook 2008, James and Leather 1996). There is a roiling debate on the meaningfulness of the native speaker as the target of teaching pronunciation. Following Gonzáles-Nueno (1997), the ultimate goal in teaching is to make the student 'sound like a native speaker' (261). On the other side, Abercrombie (1991: 93) argues in favour of the comprehensibility. The main goal of teaching L2 (second language) pronunciation is therefore to sound 'comfortably intelligible' (ibid.) In this paper I will discuss the reasonableness of teaching native-like pronunciation. Should the native-speaker be the target of teaching pronunciation? What are conceivable disadvantages? In a first step, it is essential to give a definition of the native speaker. Secondly, in chapter 3.1, these definitions will be analysed with regard to the research question. Chapter 3.2 analyses the general goals of teaching a second language. These goals will be referred to the issue of teaching L2 pronunciation. Furthermore, I will provide a survey from Waniek-Klimczak (2002) about students' attitudes towards the issue of accent, pronunciation in general, and pronunciation teaching and compare the results with the general goals of L2 teaching. Chapter 3.3 will focus on the concept of Received Pronunciation (RP). I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of teaching RP to L2 learners. As a last point, I will take up Major's (2001: 28) statement that everybody speak an interlanguage and discuss it. In the conclusion I will summarize the results of the analysis and try to give a final statement.

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BABOR Make-up Nägel Nail Colour Nr. 20 Gold To ...
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Schöne und gepflegte Nägel verleihen jedem Make-up den letzten Schliff! Greifen Sie zu Nail Colour von BABOR, um Ihre Hände gekonnt in Szene zu setzen. Wie wäre es zum Beispiel mit Gold To Go? Hierbei handelt es sich um farblosen Nagellack mit Goldpailletten, der vorzugsweise als Glitzer-Topping zum Einsatz kommt. Selbstverständlich kann er auch solo auf Finger- und Fußnägel aufgetragen werden. Er begeistert mit einem überraschend langen Halt und einem effektvollen Glanz.Nägel als Blickfang - BABOR Nail Colour Gold To Go mit GlitzereffektDer Aachener Make-up-Konzern BABOR bietet Ihnen alles, was Sie für eine gelungene Maniküre benötigen. Verwenden Sie zunächst einen Unterlack, der eine ebenmäßige Basis für den Farblack bildet. Anschließend kommt eine Nail Colour nach Wahl - auf Wunsch mit Glitzereffekt - zum Einsatz. Top Coats versiegeln Ihre Nägel und verhindern ein vorzeitiges Absplittern des Farblackes. Freuen Sie sich auf hochwertige Markenqualität und kreieren Sie einen Look, der Ihre Persönlichkeit unterstreicht.

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Groups - St Andrews 1981
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This book contains selected papers from the international conference 'Groups - St Andrews 1981', which was held at the University of St Andrews in July/August 1981. Its contents reflect the main topics of the conference: combinatorial group theory; infinite groups; general groups, finite or infinite; computational group theory. Four courses, each providing a five-lecture survey, given by J. Neubuser (Aachen), D. J. S. Robinson (Illinois), S. J. Tobin (Galway) and J. Wiengold (Cardiff), have been expanded into articles, forming the first part of the book. The second part consists of surveys and research articles written by other conference participants. More than two-thirds of the book is composed of survey articles providing a remarkably clear and up-to-date picture of those areas of group theory. The articles which comprise this book, together with their extensive bibliographies, will prove an invaluable tool to researchers in group theory, and, in addition, their detailed expositions make them very suitable for relevant postgraduate courses.

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Teaching pronunciation. The role of the native ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: One of the most investigated topics in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is the concept of the native speaker (cf. Cook 2008, James and Leather 1996). There is a roiling debate on the meaningfulness of the native speaker as the target of teaching pronunciation. Following Gonzáles-Nueno (1997), the ultimate goal in teaching is to make the student 'sound like a native speaker' (261). On the other side, Abercrombie (1991: 93) argues in favour of the comprehensibility. The main goal of teaching L2 (second language) pronunciation is therefore to sound 'comfortably intelligible' (ibid.) In this paper I will discuss the reasonableness of teaching native-like pronunciation. Should the native-speaker be the target of teaching pronunciation? What are conceivable disadvantages? In a first step, it is essential to give a definition of the native speaker. Secondly, in chapter 3.1, these definitions will be analysed with regard to the research question. Chapter 3.2 analyses the general goals of teaching a second language. These goals will be referred to the issue of teaching L2 pronunciation. Furthermore, I will provide a survey from Waniek-Klimczak (2002) about students' attitudes towards the issue of accent, pronunciation in general, and pronunciation teaching and compare the results with the general goals of L2 teaching. Chapter 3.3 will focus on the concept of Received Pronunciation (RP). I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of teaching RP to L2 learners. As a last point, I will take up Major's (2001: 28) statement that everybody speak an interlanguage and discuss it. In the conclusion I will summarize the results of the analysis and try to give a final statement.

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Teaching pronunciation. The role of the native ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: One of the most investigated topics in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is the concept of the native speaker (cf. Cook 2008, James and Leather 1996). There is a roiling debate on the meaningfulness of the native speaker as the target of teaching pronunciation. Following Gonzáles-Nueno (1997), the ultimate goal in teaching is to make the student 'sound like a native speaker' (261). On the other side, Abercrombie (1991: 93) argues in favour of the comprehensibility. The main goal of teaching L2 (second language) pronunciation is therefore to sound 'comfortably intelligible' (ibid.) In this paper I will discuss the reasonableness of teaching native-like pronunciation. Should the native-speaker be the target of teaching pronunciation? What are conceivable disadvantages? In a first step, it is essential to give a definition of the native speaker. Secondly, in chapter 3.1, these definitions will be analysed with regard to the research question. Chapter 3.2 analyses the general goals of teaching a second language. These goals will be referred to the issue of teaching L2 pronunciation. Furthermore, I will provide a survey from Waniek-Klimczak (2002) about students' attitudes towards the issue of accent, pronunciation in general, and pronunciation teaching and compare the results with the general goals of L2 teaching. Chapter 3.3 will focus on the concept of Received Pronunciation (RP). I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of teaching RP to L2 learners. As a last point, I will take up Major's (2001: 28) statement that everybody speak an interlanguage and discuss it. In the conclusion I will summarize the results of the analysis and try to give a final statement.

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Groups - St Andrews 1981
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This book contains selected papers from the international conference 'Groups - St Andrews 1981', which was held at the University of St Andrews in July/August 1981. Its contents reflect the main topics of the conference: combinatorial group theory; infinite groups; general groups, finite or infinite; computational group theory. Four courses, each providing a five-lecture survey, given by J. Neubuser (Aachen), D. J. S. Robinson (Illinois), S. J. Tobin (Galway) and J. Wiengold (Cardiff), have been expanded into articles, forming the first part of the book. The second part consists of surveys and research articles written by other conference participants. More than two-thirds of the book is composed of survey articles providing a remarkably clear and up-to-date picture of those areas of group theory. The articles which comprise this book, together with their extensive bibliographies, will prove an invaluable tool to researchers in group theory, and, in addition, their detailed expositions make them very suitable for relevant postgraduate courses.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Teaching pronunciation. The role of the native ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,3, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: One of the most investigated topics in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) is the concept of the native speaker (cf. Cook 2008, James and Leather 1996). There is a roiling debate on the meaningfulness of the native speaker as the target of teaching pronunciation. Following Gonzáles-Nueno (1997), the ultimate goal in teaching is to make the student 'sound like a native speaker' (261). On the other side, Abercrombie (1991: 93) argues in favour of the comprehensibility. The main goal of teaching L2 (second language) pronunciation is therefore to sound 'comfortably intelligible' (ibid.) In this paper I will discuss the reasonableness of teaching native-like pronunciation. Should the native-speaker be the target of teaching pronunciation? What are conceivable disadvantages? In a first step, it is essential to give a definition of the native speaker. Secondly, in chapter 3.1, these definitions will be analysed with regard to the research question. Chapter 3.2 analyses the general goals of teaching a second language. These goals will be referred to the issue of teaching L2 pronunciation. Furthermore, I will provide a survey from Waniek-Klimczak (2002) about students' attitudes towards the issue of accent, pronunciation in general, and pronunciation teaching and compare the results with the general goals of L2 teaching. Chapter 3.3 will focus on the concept of Received Pronunciation (RP). I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of teaching RP to L2 learners. As a last point, I will take up Major's (2001: 28) statement that everybody speak an interlanguage and discuss it. In the conclusion I will summarize the results of the analysis and try to give a final statement.

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