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Sonnets of William Shakespeare [Features]

Sonnets of William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare was one of the most important sonneteer of  Elizabethan Age . Who wrote 154 Sonnets. William Shakespeare's Sonnets are divided into two series:
Fair Youth (1 to one 126) Dark Lady (127 to 154).The first series i.e 1-126 is addressed to a youth or to a very young man of a great beauty. The second series i.e 127-154 consists of sonnets to or about a certain dark mistress whom the poet loves but whom he also despises. 

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Shakespeare's sonnets present some surprising rehearsals of conventions from earlier love poetry. The 154 sonnets are basically divided into two parts-The male speaker of  126 sonnets woos a younger man whereas the second group comprising of sonnets 127 to 154 are addressed to a dark lady.
The Sonnets of William Shakespeare's are written with an astonishing self-consciousness,a deep sense that love opens enormous vistas of noble reflection, n…

Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis(CAH)

L1 Language-Native Language.
L2 Language-Target Language.

Supposition1)Language as a habit and learning of a new habit. 2) The source of errors in the production in reception of  L2 is related to the native language of the speaker. 3) The reason for the mistakes in the L2 there are differences between L1 and L2 at the level of sentences,phonological system, morphological systems and syntactic systems. 4) The greater the difference between L1 and L2 the greater the difficult of learning L1 and L2. 5) The difficulty and ease of learning L2 are depended on the differences between L1 and L2. 6) Teaching of the Second Language should be center around the differences between L1 and L2.
Two Versions Of CAH 1) Strong Version or A priori Version. 2) Weak Version or A posteriori Version.