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The 1985 study reported that poetry was the most frequently used written form of self-expression, but the 2016 study indicated that journaling was the primary written form of self-expression via text messaging.
There was no written form of the ancient "Welsh", and Cornish languages, although there were probably many, similar-to-Aramaic, spoken words.
But in a student's world or in a cut-throat competitive written exam or any written form of language testing, it is 'all too different' and punctuation and grammar does matter.
If there is an excess of five speakers, additional speakers will be asked to submit their comments in written form only.
He said parties could wait months for written rulings and should be allowed to make their own recordings of oral judgments given during hearings "If people cannot get the judgment in a written form until months after the hearing I wonder how people can expect to get justice," said Mr Hemming.
Next important modification constitutes the written form of concluding the individual work contract
Both sides had agreed in written form at the provincial court not to attack each other for next three years, the adviser said.
The feedback is in video format, which covers a wider range of emotional response than a written form and gives client companies the chance to see who provided the feedback.
Each written form is numbered and we're advertising our survey sites in advance so that councillors, MP's and London & Quadrant can come along to see how the survey is conducted.
Questions are either answered at the meeting or, where this is not possible, answers are given to questioners in written form later on.
The agreement for earnest money which does not meet the requirement of the written form shall be null and void.
The writing varies and some stories would perhaps not resonate as well as others to a contemporary audience, and overall the collection suffers from being taken from an oral format that loses translation and therefore some humour in the written form.
The result is an impressive compendium of eleven hundred essential kanji, each with an illustrated entry accompanied by a succinct summary in English explaining the evolution of its written form and meaning from ancient to modern times.
Its use was originally restricted to the written form, where it began to replace the double exclamation mark as a linguistic crutch for those who feared - usually quite rightly - that their prose was not sufficiently funny in its own right.
Journalism [the press] is a written form of speech.