The Language Of Native Country

1274 Words Nov 16th, 2015 6 Pages
Although many people take it for granted, being able to speak one or more languages is an ability to be grateful for. We use language in our commutes, in our jobs, and at our homes. Some people are able to speak only the language of their native country while some are able to speak multiple languages from around the world. Most of the languages are interpreted and spoken by our senses. However, there are some people in the world that are not able to speak the language for multiple reasons. In most cases, the reason is because the person was born with a disorder that inhibits them from either hearing or speaking. For example, a deaf child is not able to speak the language because they are not able to hear any sounds. This results in them being force to learn a different kind of language that is not universally known. However, all languages in the world serve the same purpose in everybody’s life, and that is to be able to communicate and socialize with each other. To be able to speak a language takes time and patience. It is extremely important that a baby is exposed to new languages as early as possible to ensure that they are able to speak any language, comprehend it, and be able to write the language once they become older. The parents of a child are the first to teach them. The parents are the ones that are given the responsibility to ensure that their child knows the basic behaviors and manners that a child is supposed to learn. For example, saying “thank you” when given…
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