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classifying forms of address in terms of social, cultural or family relationships, for example, बड़ी दीदी, मुन्ना-मुन्नी, भैया, बाबाजी and discussing the relationship between language, culture and context
evaluating how language choices reflect social values and attitudes, such as family loyalty, status or peer group identity
finding examples of colloquial and contemporary forms of language used by young people of their age, such as using words and expressions from other languages when talking about popular culture, अरे यार, कल क्या कमाल मैच देखा
observing non-verbal elements of communication such as gestures, facial expressions or use of space and silence, discussing their importance in communication and how they vary in formal and informal contexts
noticing and explaining differences in text structure and grammar between formal and informal Hindi, for example, between the structure of a business letter and an informal email आपको सूचित किया जाता है..., मैं तुम्हें बताता हूँ....