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Glossary of English test Part 3

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language is used for everyday purposes
ordinary
language appeals to the senses.



poetic
language uses technical jargon
scientific
blank texts use strict form, precise vocabulary, and blank language
technical, scientific
contracts:
technical text
medical reports
technical textx
newspapers:
informal
biographies
literary texts
warranties
technicsal text
catalogs:
informational
business letters
informational
journals:
technical text
A _______ is a "product encyclopedia."



uder guide
A _______ establishes a legal relationship between the buyer and seller.



liscence agreement
A _______ is an invitation to purchase
ad
A _______ handles regular communication between the buyer and seller.



buisness letter
Mr. Smith decides to find out whether or not he is allowed to make a copy of his CD-ROM. In which document will he most likely find his answer?



product liscence agreement
Mr. Smith wants to know what kind of information the company will collect from him while he is online buying a product. What should he read?



website terms of use
Mr. Smith wants to find out how to set up his software on a home computer network. What should he read
user guide
literary texts characterized by use of figurative language and patterns of sound (e.g., rhyme) and sentence structure (meter, verse, stanzas)
poetry
any written or spoken language which is not poetry; literary prose contains some features of poetry and is called poetic
prose
often non-literal (poetic) language used in literary texts to paint mental pictures and spark the imagination
figurative language

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