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Longitudinal Developments in Vocabulary Knowledge and Lexical Organization$

Brigitta Dóczi and Judit Kormos

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780190210274

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190210274.001.0001

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(p.186) Appendix 2 Example Performances for the Narrative Tasks

(p.186) Appendix 2 Example Performances for the Narrative Tasks

Source:
Longitudinal Developments in Vocabulary Knowledge and Lexical Organization
Author(s):

Brigitta Dóczi

Judit Kormos

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Time 1. Student 15.

Cartoon description

So there is a man in a desert island, he waits for long long years and he does nothing because there’s nothing in this island, um when one day he see a woman with the help of a um this object, I don’t know what. And he he become very happy because he thinks finally he can survive and he can go home, but um he should realize in the end that this was only a dream and he should he has to stay in the island alone.

Picture narration

There is a young couple who have has their first anniversary and the wife gets a present from his husband which is a beautiful ring and uh chance to go to a second honeymoon. Uh they took an airplane and they go to the mountains to ski and to do snowboarding and all that winter stuff and but the weather turns into thunderstorm and there are lightning and they they can’t stay here. So they decide to move to another place er which is a a forest. There is a beautiful house in this little forest and they decide to to go there but when they arrive they can’t go in because the door is blocked and they don’t have the key to open it so finally they go home and this was not a good trip.

Time 2. Student 15

Cartoon description

Er so there was a man who went to a boat trip, er but he got er shipwrecked, so he got stuck in a desert island, he was all alone by himself, and er er one day he was just sitting and er he (p.187) he finally saw something on the horizon, and he was very surprised and amazed and excited and er because he saw a a woman er water surfing, but er minutes later he realized that it was only a dream, so he was not saved.

Picture narration

So er me and my fiancé er for whom I er just received a ring er decided to go to the holiday to the Alps. And we went by plane, and er during the trip there was a very heavy storm, so accidentally we had a a plane crash and our plane er fall just in the middle of a forest. And er in the forest we started walking, and we realized that there is a house. And we tried to get in, but the door was locked, but my fiancé er successfully opened it, so we er went in the house, and we found a phone, and the we asked for help, so we we could went home because we were saved.