Meet at the group hotel in Kathmandu.
Source 2 is a text written to inform readers of a new scientific discovery, who are newspaper readers interested in the subject. Source 3 is a non-fiction text, written to inform readers of a life changing experience, who read and are interested in stories of adventure.
Source 2 uses practical, not very descriptive language to explain the information clearly in the article. It uses humorous language in the title, but it is also very factual, the main aim of the article.
The language is serious; we see no humour in the piece. These words bring to life the story and enhance the feelings that the reader has when he describes the second avalanche. The use of specialist vocabulary in Source 3 makes the tone of the article knowledgeable and authoritative.
Some Specialist vocabulary is also used in Source 2, which emphasises the scientific nature of the piece. This makes the article sound knowledgeable and helps to interest the reader. The specialist vocabulary in these sources gives the effect that these texts are professional and that they are appropriate for a target audience with previous knowledge of the subjects.
This enforces the humour in the title, another way in which language is used for effect of entertainment. Both texts use alliteration in different ways, source 2 to emphasise the humour and source 3 put stress the danger and seriousness of the situation.
Direct speech is used in Source 3, which adds to the sense of a story being told. In comparison Source 2 does not use any speech in the piece, this gives the effect of a purely factual piece, with no opinion or quotes which may take away the accuracy of the article for a reader.
This highlights the stress they had been under and creates empathy. This makes the reader feel emotion towards the author. The two texts use language in very different ways to create effect.
With its use of an authoritative tone and knowledgeable specialist vocabulary, Source 2 creates a sense of purpose and importance. Source 3 uses exciting, descriptive imagery and language to create a sense of tension and excitement throughout.
Source 2 uses humour and short sentences to keep a reader engaged and entertained by the piece throughout Both texts use language in a way that reflects their purpose and audience accurately.Everest source code is now available via SVN.
Everest source code can be retrieved using the following commands: Everest Trunk. The trunk of the Everest project.
Will always contain a prestine copy of the latest Everest source code (including new features) that are guaranteed to pass full regression and build tests. svn co https. Western interest in the Yeti peaked dramatically in the s. While attempting to scale Mount Everest in , Eric Shipton took photographs of a number of large prints in the snow, at about 6, m (20, ft) above sea level.
These photos have been subject to intense scrutiny and debate. Oct 21, · Read Source 3, Everest The Hard Way, which is an extract from a non-fiction book. Explain which parts of Pete Boardman’s story of the return to Camp 6 you find tense and exciting.
This extract from Pete Boardman’s autobiography aims to inform and entertain the reader about the perilous dangers of summiting Everest.
Tengboche Monastery (or Thyangboche Monastery), also known as Dawa Choling Gompa, in the Tengboche village in Khumjung in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Sherpa community.
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