Natural English

Natural English

Programming in normal, spoken English. [Sammet 1969, p.768].
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"Now give us the history of the Mingo inventions in natural English, and without any ups and downs of voice."
Therapists will bring a range of individual styles using mainly natural English beauty products to complement the ethos of the spa.
The ability to use natural English questions means that nearly anyone can use TotalView to find out where their network weak-points are.
But it's so disappointing to think that the 35-year-old, possibly the greatest natural English defender of his generation, may never kick a ball again.
"When we made mature cheddar, we'd tried and thrown out all the synthetic junk you get on crisps or other snacks and scoured the known universe for clean-tasting, natural English cheddar which was then dried and pulverised.
Recently constructed, it has well planned accommodation set over three ?oors with a wealth of natural English Oak ?tted furniture and architraves, decorative coving and plasterwork, state of the art technology including zoned/ automated music distribution, heating, LED mood lighting and a vacuum system.
"You can probably only use this model in Scandinavia or Benelux, where they never dub movies, and people speak very natural English," Schumacher observes.
The timing of Gazza's blossoming as the most natural English talent since Stanley Matthews could not have been worse.
While, in another she plays on her image as a natural English rose- holding a huge pink bouquet of the flowers.
Dawe and Mulligan (1997, cited in Frino, 1999) argue that teachers must be explicit in their teaching about the differences between mathematical English and natural English. It is these differences and the subsequent literacy demands that are addressed in this article.