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Rise Raise Arise. Rise, rose, risen
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2 more things about diagrams

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Rise Raise Arise Rise, rose, risen – irreg.v. (intr.: rise + Ø ) The cost has effectively risen . Costs rose yesterday.Prices are rising . Raise, raised, raised - reg.v.(trans.:raise+object) They raised the costs. He has raised his voice. Raise your hand! Emerge, emerged, emerged Many issues have emerged . An emergency is emerging.

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Sentence structure Rephrase the accompanying sentences: e.g. Retail deals fell in the second quarter. (v. → n.) There was a fall in the second quarter retail deals. England\'s economy became gradually in the second quarter. There was a moderate development in Britain\'s economy in the second quarter. A moderate development was recorded in Britain\'s economy in the second quarter. Shoe imports from China to the EU ascended by 300% in the nine months finishing in October 2005 contrasted and the same time frame 2004. There was an ascent of 300% in shoe imports from China... An ascent of 300% was recorded in shoe imports from China... Cadburry Schweppes reported a 46% ascent in net benefit in 2005 (n. →v.) Cadburry Schweppes\' net benefit ascended by 46% in 2005.

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Graph portrayal (test)

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Graph portrayal ( see next slide for examination ) In the period between Feb 1999 and Jan 2000, an upward pattern was recorded in the development rate of retail deals topping at x% toward the end of the watched period. Having achieved a low towards the end of January 1999, retail deals began ascending in February, slipped back in March and stayed stable at X% all through April. A sharp increment to X% is noticeable toward the beginning of May took after by a sudden drop to X% in June. Retail deals moved back to X% in July. They went up gently in August and kept ascending in September.

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1.Italics: power/speed (How quick/concentrated is the change?) 2.Underlined – time adverbials (When?) 3.Red - pattern (up/down?, altered course?) 4.Blue – relational words In the period between Feb 1999 and Jan 2000, an upward pattern was recorded in the development rate of retail deals cresting at x% toward the end of the watched period . Having achieved a low towards the end of January 1999 , retail deals began ascending in February, slipped back in March and stayed stable at X% all through April . A sharp increment to X% is obvious toward the beginning of May took after by a sudden drop to X% in June. Retail deals moved back to X% in July. They went up gently in August and kept ascending in September… .

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