By Vipul V Makodia
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The relationships among the members of the group are interpersonal ones. If the atmosphere is friendly, open, mutually trusting, and sincere in a search for a satisfactory conclusion, then much can be accomplished. If it is not such a productive climate, the leader will need infinite skill to keep the discussion on course, to encourage reluctant members to cooperate, to suppress the obstreperous members, and to arrive at mutual agreement without breaking up in confusion. While you are in this course, you might try a job interview or two.
Setting ... putting, placing, hatching (eggs), going down. The hens are setting (hatching eggs). 4. sit... (to) be seated. You may sit (be seated) here. 5. , . remain (stay) seated during. Let's sit out (remain seated during) this dance. 6. sitting... seated. What was he doing sitting (seated) there? The procedure from here on is very much the same as that indicated for the previously mentioned usage guides. The aim is never verbatim memorization of the lists, but absorption of their content directly into the learners' own language habits through reference to them in testing their own writing or speech in doubtful cases, much as intelligent people use dictionaries to reassure themselves concerning the spelling, meaning, or pronunciation of words.
Finally, as a listener, you react. First you hear and restructure. Then you evaluate. And then you react. Since we are interested in the whole process of communication we call your attention to the circular form of the model-the speaker gets feedback from the listener, which influences the rest of his speech. So, how do you want to react? It will influence the speaker in some way. In our class we want the speaker to know that we are for him, that we want to help him to improve and become a better speaker, that we want the morale of the class to be high.
Advanced English grammar and communication by Vipul V Makodia