WAJ3102 English Language Proficiency 1
Read samples of different texts below and then fill in Table A. Discuss thefeatures and structures of each text type during class interaction . Lecturer facilitatesdiscussion.Text 1
How to Reduce the Redness of Pimples Fast
More than pimples what annoys many women is their visibility. The dark red color of thepimples makes carrying them even more difficult. To know what you can do to lessenthe redness of pimples fast, you will have to go through this article.Pimples are something every woman hates having and tries to hide by putting on nnumber of layers of makeup. But those stubborn red pimples just refuse to getconcealed and pop out at most opportune moments when you obviously do not wantthem to be seen. But you know them, they are just going to be there ruining your entirelook. But. there is one way out of this problem now. You can reduce the redness of these pimples and make your skin and face a little more presentable.There are various commercial products which guarantee to reduce the redness. But,remember that not all of them would suit your skin type or would work effectively on thetype of pimples you have. Moreover, such products also carry the risk of causing moreinfections and redness to your skin and pimples. And hence it is always advisable andsmart to go for natural remedies that you can try at home to get rid of at least theredness of the pimples fast. To get an idea about those remedies, read further.Text 2
Politeness theoryBrown and Levinson’s politeness theory, or rather one aspect of it,provides a solid explanation for much of the language used by themen in the study. Brown and Levinson argue convincingly thatevery competent adult member of society has a public self-imageknown as a ‘face’, which consists of two facets; a negative and apositive face. Face is said to be tied up with, ‘notions of beingembarrassed or humiliated…thus face is something that isemotionally invested, and that can be lost, maintained, orenhanced, and must be constantly attended to in interaction.