Language Is The Road Map Of A Culture Essay

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LANGUAGE CAN BE SEEN AND HEARD; IT CAN BE DIVERSE OR STANDARD. WITH THIS IN MIND, DISCUSS THE DIFFERENT ROLES THAT LANGUAGE CAN HAVE IN A CHILDS LIFE.

“Language is the road map of a culture, It tells you where its people come from and where they are going”………Rita Mae Brown (Chaman l. Banga. (2015)

INTRODUCTION
The human race is the most advanced species in the whole universe, but it is dependent on language for communication and expression of their thoughts and needs. Language has its own forms and basis that play an imperative role in human life. Language can vary from place to place, but its motive remains same in the whole world that is ‘expression of the perception’. Language is understandable through its unique words and sounds, but it can also be interpreted through seeing various gestures and movements made by the other person. Language can be expressed verbally or non -verbally, just depending on the situation and the person. We can understand a conversation easily by hearing it, if we have developed a sense of knowledge about a language. But a child in his early stage is unknown to the words and sounds of a language so, he uses his gestures and hand movements as his language that can be understandable through seeing. Language can have various forms, but certain rules of language are followed throughout the world. These regulations and principles make a language reliable in the academic world and help to make a common pathway of communication. Such as the
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