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From a functional perspective, the “us” in the following utterance
“Politics need to be changed for good by us”
fulfils which participant role in relation to transivity and process?
Question 1 options:
complement
goal
subject
actor
outcome
Question 2
According to Halliday’s concept of thematic structure in English, whatever an encoder places in first position in an utterance is considered the theme and is, as opposed to the rheme, 
Question 2 options:
the point of departure that enables the decoder to process the message
easily forgotten, since the rheme fills in the rest of the information
irrelevant to most textual scenarios
wholly content based and unrelated to structure
Question 3
Words like when, while, before, and although link clauses together to create mutual interdependence. The effect they produce is called
Question 3 options:
parataxis
hypotaxis
syndesis
contiguity
Question 4
Textual cohesion is represented by a range of words, phrases, and strategies signalling
Question 4 options:
transitions between messages
the linguistic coherence of the encoder
sophistication in writing
encoder bias
Question 5
In SFL, the ‘passivation’ and ‘activation’ of social actors in utterances refers to
Question 5 options:
levels of interpersonal engagement between encoder and decoder
levels of semantic agentivity of participant roles in relation to process
the difference between the passive voice and the active voice in the verbal system
the formal status of the subject and complement in relation to the predicate
Question 6
Lexical items like “change”, “destroy”, “affect” fit best within which process type environment?
Question 6 options:
behavioural
mental
relational
material
verbal
Question 7
Lexical items like “thoughtful”, “considerate”, “kind” fit best within which process type environment?
Question 7 options:
mental
verbal
behavioural
material
relational
Question 8
Conjunctions like and, or, and but create links between independent clauses. The effect they produce is called
Question 8 options:
parataxis
hypotaxis
syndesis
contiguity
Question 9
When words, phrases, or clauses are used in ways that are unexpected, as for example in the following sentence,
“Talent, Mr. Micawber has; capital, Mr. Micawber has not.”
they are considered:
Question 9 options:
unmarked language
marked language
distracting elements
grammatically incorrect
Question 10
In Semology, what is the specific action process indicated by the predicate in the following sentence?
“They built a house.”
Question 10 options:
affected
transfer
ambient
resulting
behavioural
Question 11
In Semology, what kind of process is represented by the predicate of the following sentence?
“She understood difficult concepts.”
Question 11 options:
action
mental
relational
circumstances
Question 12
In Semology, the goal type represented in the sentence
“She washed the wall.”
is called the
Question 12 options:
patient
resultant
medium
recipient
actor
range
Question 13
The core principle of Conceptual Metaphor Theory (CMT) is that metaphor structures thought. Metaphor, in turn, is therefore considered to be:  
Question 13 options:
limited to only particular registers of language
ubiquitous: used in oratory, poetry, fiction, and everyday language
used by encoders to manipulate their audiences
mostly a psychological phenomenon
Question 14
According to George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, what are the three basic kinds of metaphors?
Question 14 options:
orientational, ontological, structural
philosophical, ethical, moral
experiential, interpersonal, textual
ideological, fundamental, literal
Question 15
According to CMT, the mapping from source to target domain in the creation of a metaphor is
Question 15 options:
unidirectional
bidirectional
ubiquitous
interactional

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