The earliest forms of hereditary surnames in Spain were the patronymic surnames, which are derived from the father's given name, and metronymic surnames, which are derived from the mother's given name. Similar to many Spanish patronymic names, the distinguished surname Marina is a proud sign of a rich and ancient ancestry. The name Marina was originally derived from the French given name Marin, which was itself derived from the Latin given name Marinus. The French given name Marin was an occupational name for a sailor. The surname Marina was first found in Castile , prominent among the Christian kingdoms of medieval Spain. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Marina research.
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Maria do Socorro M. In this article, we established a relationship between the concept of authorship studied by Bakthin and Possenti and that of enunciative responsibility, as proposed by Adam. For the first, the insertion of the voice of others and the outsideness in relation to language are characteristic features of an authorial text; for the latter, enunciative responsibility is a constitutive dimension of the utterance and is related to managing voices and utilizing markers of points of view. From that discussion, we analyzed reading journals of high school students, observing how they manage the voices of others and use modality resources to attain authorial speech. The results point to the insertion of the voices of others and the use of affective, evaluative and axiological lexemes in the journals in more elaborate and conscious ways, and in simpler, less critical ones, from which one can surmise the necessity of retextualization activities in order to achieve authorial writing. For a long time, native-language instruction in Brazil was focused on the development of linguistic competence, as it was based on conceptions of language in which the sociohistorical aspects of the interactions between individuals were disregarded. In this new theoretical framework, the role of schools becomes more complex, as it is necessary to provide students with a lot more than linguistic knowledge: to adopt an interactionist approach to teaching leads to the conception of the text as product and process of the relationships established between active individuals who are the authors of their speech.
Marina Colasanti born September 26, in Asmara , old Italian colony in Eritrea is a Brazilian writer, translator and journalist. She lived in Libya during her infancy, and then she moved to Italy, where she lived for eleven years. In Brazil, she studied fine arts and worked as a journalist and a translator of Italian literature. She has published many books, including works of poetry, collections of short stories and children's literature.
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