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Methods of Communication - My Research Paper

“To what extent is it possible to compare the ways in which methods of communication are being taught to autistic students who cannot use spoken language to communicate their complex ideas?” 5,721 more words


Spoken Sanskrit Lesson 12 Transcript

Namaste 🙏🏼 reader,

Here is the transcript/transliteration/meanings for Lesson 12 of RSS Spoken Sanskrit YouTube videos: Lesson 12 RSS Learn Spoken Sanskrit

The lesson is on ithi—about/like this/thus, Yath—like this; am – are for singular/plural, If – Then.

Good luck learning!

Sanskrit Lessons: Transcripts Of RSS Videos


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Spoken Language

spoken language: Everyday Courtesy[Titles & Greetings]

Everyday Courtesy:

  1. Tittles:  Mr., Miss, Sir, Madam, Mrs., Waiter, Waitress
  2. GreetingsHello, Good Morning, Good afternoon, Good Evening, Long time no see.  How are you?,  Goodbye!,  Good night!
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Ornamental Expressions! [Step-2]

Ornamental Expressions!

Be careful

By grace of Allah

Come soon

Come here 

Come near

Come inside 

Come to me

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Do you know what พอ /por/ means?

First of all, please don’t mix between พอ /por/, middle tone and พ่อ /pôr/, falling tone. When we talk about dad, we say ‘พ่อ’ /pôr/. It’s falling tone! 243 more words

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