Many international famous celebrities show interest in social issues, however not all of them are as commited as Bono (U2), Elton John and Sting are. The three of them focus their attention on minority groups which are people who experience unequal treatment and less power within their society and because they are socially segregated , they suffer. Their songs , such as "where the streets have no names", "All the young girls love Alice" and "An englishman in New York" respectively, attempt to illustrate their dedication as activists.
Bono, with his Irish band U2, gives concerts in supports of AIDS. Not only does he back ill people with the "RED" organisation, but also he is the foundator of "ONE" to which he is commited to taking action to end with the extreme poverty. The author of the song emphasises in his lyric that "streets have no names", referring to the roads that have numbers instead, and they ind…
FROM PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY Paragraph by listing: This kind of paragraph are non-
fictional texts.the are useful to LIST in an organised way and to make the
paragraph smoothy (not a shopping
list). 1º paragraph: 1º sentence starts with the TOPIC INTRIDUCTION – WICH IS IN PASSIVE VOICE- and establishes the topic discussion. 2ºsentence
is the TOPIC SENTENCE which defines or delimits the topic narrowly.
Its second part of the sentence will be the new info which leads the readerto a better
understanding . BOTH are open paragraphs. 2º ( 3º & 4º) paragraphs: then comes the paragraph that
develop the main idea (developer)
with SUPPORTING examples which are
listed with the help of CONNECTORS.
MODULATOR or TRANSITION SENTENCES are used
b/ diferents sets of ideas ( while, however). Repetition, parallel constructions,
synonyms, ant/ are aids that add chesion
to the text. Finally a TERMINATOR sentence leads the text to its
*Paragrpah by example: 1º TOPIC
SENTENCE : divided in old a…
1- The Inspector needs "a flawless American accent":
The French inspector was taking classes of
English in order to impove his pronounciation to sound more English like and in that way he would
not allow suspicious. The teacher was teaching the standard
language which is the chosen one in educational centres and for commercial issues. It is supposed to
be the ideal grammar and the ideal
pronounciation to be undestood by anyone who speaks English. Despite he could
not immitate the exact sounds since his mother accent was very strong, he could be interpreted anyhow. The teacher
insisted on him to pick the standard sound by repeating once and again, and by
chunking the sentence, but he could not make it; his accent “describes the
aspects of pronounciation that identify
where an individual speaker is from, regionally or socially” and it give
2- Student 'dialects'?
This group of students are sharing the same English classes and each of
them has to deal …