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  • The English Language

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    Over the years, the English language has continuously been transformed; changing and revolving through time and space. We've visually professed that language deviates throughout time and across convivial groups has continuously grown. So, as a student and professional writer, it is imperative to learn the history and unceasing changes that affect the English language and its structure. As linguistic fluctuates transversely and continually, we must resume our need to embrace and pursue the knowledge

  • The English Language

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    Language of the Internet The way we communicate with each other today is drastically different than it was twenty years ago. Thanks to the powerful force of the internet, we are slowly adapting to using abbreviated text as a new way to communicate. Social media has become an important staple in our lives and we cannot imagine life without it. Internet slang is contagious and is used by everyone, so it would only be normal if we alter our English language to fit our changing ways of communication

  • The Importance Of English Language In English

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    From the first research question, we can conclude that, from what we gathered from the data, mastering English language is a key to teach in English school, (Clark and Paran, 2007). Language inefficiency or speaking English with accent can cause multi-faceted problems (Coughlan, 2013). The situation can be complicated if a teacher has other weakness(es). In fact, in such situation having other strong point like strong behaviour management could be decisive, especially if behaviour problems are common

  • Language Influence On English Language

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    Influence and Impact of English Language on the Indigenous People in Louise Erdrich’s novels Vinoth.M1&2, 1Ph.D Research Scholar (P/T), PG & Research Department of English, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Salem-7 2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Jairam Arts and Science College, Salem-8 Abstract Colonialism brings drastic changes in the Political, Economical and Social conditions of the colonized countries. It also sows the seed of English education among the colonies which attempts

  • English Vs. English Language

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    The English language recently became the first ever language to have over one million different words. This is an interesting, but otherwise unimportant accomplishment since it is unlikely the vast majority of those words are used in everyday language by the average English speaker. But, it does show the amazing variety that the English language is capable of expressing. Despite this incredible variety, only the words that are considered proper are taught at schools. This is known as Standard American

  • English: The Language Of Language In The World

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    English may not be the most spoken language in the world, but it is the official language in a large number of countries. It is estimated that the number of people in the world that use in English to communicate on a regular basis is 2 billion! English is the dominant business language and it has become almost a necessity for people to speak English if they are to enter a global workforce, research from all over the world shows that cross-border business communication is most often conducted in English

  • The Language And The Origin Of The English Language

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    the world can speak English. With English being the predominant language in the United States as well as many other parts of the world, it is undoubtedly one of the most significant languages in modern times. But have you ever wondered about the origins of the language you speak every day? Where did it come from? Did someone invent it? And why are some rules of the English language so weird? For example, why is geese the plural of goose? To get a better understanding of English, it is useful to learn

  • Language Disparities In The English Language

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    “All language is subject to stylistic and social differentiation, because all human communities are functionally differentiated and heterogeneous to varying degrees. All language varieties are subject to change” (Trudgill, 2013). It has been something in which sociolinguists have researched for decades expecting to trace language variations and the reasoning behind them. English is the language most communicated now with multiple disparities, but, what is the leading reasoning behind this observable

  • English: The Language Of The English Language

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    English language is the most widely used language in the whole world and it is considered as the “language of the sea” so consequently, we aspiring seafarers should learn how to communicate properly using the English language. In MAAP, we are obligated to speak in English at all times so we could practice our English skills every day; which is very clever because once we go on board, we will work with different persons with different races which might make communication very hard especially if we

  • English as a Global language

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    Discuss the positive and negative impacts of having English as global language Over the last decades English has played an important role around the world as common language for economic, education, scientific and entertainment exchange between nations and in particular between people. The positive aspect is that English language open doors in terms of global communication and business, because this language has become a powerful tool in terms of improving productivity and driving growth