جۆری توێژینه‌وه‌ : Original Article

نوسه‌ر

English dept college of education university of Garmian

پوخته‌

An apology is an alternative action to every offense which the speaker is eventually involved. It is also a kind of remedial and repair action used to restore social relation harmony.
This study examines the types of apologies used in different situations. The researcher has designed questionnaire containing ten situations which the students try to react as spontaneously as possible. The data are collected and analyzed by percentage declaring the types of apologies and also stating the types of remedy.
The study tries to address the following research questions.
1-How are apologies realized by English department Students 4th stage at College of Education / University of Garmian?
2-Are there any differences between the ways that the students apologize?
3-What do the findings suggest in terms of expressing apologies by the students?

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Appendix
Questionnaire For a research study
Instruction:
Please read the following imagine yourself in the following situations and give a full response by using your usual speech.
Personal Information (tick)                 Gender              male                        female
1- You forgot your little son to buy him a new bike.
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2-You break in (interrupt) without waiting for the end of the speech turn.
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3-You are a waiter to 5-star restaurant, you bring totally wrong order to a customer.
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4-You wanted to ask your friend for $500 you are critically in need of that money.
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5- You come late for important lecture by your professor.
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6-your best friend invited you to his birthday party, you didn’t go there.
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7-You have been given assignment as obligatory homework. You forgot to write it.
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8-Yesterday, you were in a rush and you pumped into a sick man. You hurt him
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9-You borrowed your friend's laptop. You carelessly broke it.
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10-You promised your aunt to take him to hospital. For some reason you couldn’t do that
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