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The phrase Never get off the boat came from the movie Apocalypse Now, and the book Heart of Darkness. This phrase means to rebel, go against, not to follow authority, or rules. The phrase is mentioned a couple times. One of the meanings to it would be to stay sane, another would be to follow orders and be linier. The director of the movie, and the writer of the book makes the phrase a point and you can tell that the phrase has a deeper meaning to it. Never get off the boat to me would mean to me stay in line, and follow rules but as we see in the book and the movie not everybody stays on theView Document
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Interview Interviewer: so our next guest is Captain Smith. If you havent heard this man before, you should recognise him from the titanic boat. He will tell us about the magnificent boat just right about now. Interviewer: please welcome the captain of the Titanic. So how was the voyage? Captain Smith: it was great and relaxing. Being the captain is fun as I could control or do anything to the boat. The best part of the voyage is that I get a high pay just for steering this vessel to its destination. Interviewer: can you tell me what safety features are there on the Titanic? Captain SmiView Document
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Krashen's Comprehension Hypothesis Model of L2 learning Krashen photo SLA Topics SLA Bibliography Vivian Cook SLL and LT Krashen's own website: Krashen's Five Hypotheses The Natural Order Hypothesis 'we acquire the rules of language in a predictable order' The Acquisition/ Learning Hypothesis 'adults have two distinctive ways of developing competences in second languages .. acquisition, that is by using language for real communication ... learning .. "knowing about" language' (Krashen & Terrell 1983) The Monitor Hypothesis 'conscious learning ... can onView Document
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