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    Clark-Gonzalez AP English Language 23 February 2016 Climate Change Since the mining of Natural gases and energy, Emissions of greenhouse gasses have been slowly releasing into the atmosphere. This happens by burning the natural gases to create energy for our vehicles or even lawnmowers. On Earth we utilize a lot of energy to maintain a lifestyle we know and love today. But most forms of energy, cars and Farming produce large amounts of green-house gases that can heat and change the earth's atmosphere

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    All humans use a language to communicate with other humans. Overtime the human bodies have been modified to accommodate language. The human body uses 6 organs to accomplish language. The 6 organs are the lungs, vocal cords, tongue, teeth, lips and nose. Although these 6 organs main functions are eating and breathing, they have been modified over time to help exercise humans control during speech production. Linguistics is the study of how language works. Language changes over time to fit the current

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    Language creation and language change have long been topics that genuinely interest linguists. They apply their knowledge to different disciplines all across the spectrum of linguistics, from sign language to vowel changes. Sign languages, which convey meaning through complex hand gestures and facial expressions, are relatively young languages that emerged among deaf communities across the globe. On the other hand, vowel shifts are changes in language pronunciation that have been taking place throughout

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    Language is not consistent, it is changing by its nature, either because of innovation, technology, war or someone’s mistakes. English has developed over more than 1500 years since Anglo-Saxon invasion in AD 450 as they brought a set of Anglo-Frisian (Anglo-German) dialect, which became known as Old English. This time was the beginning of the development of English language. The change of English language is divided into four phases: Old English, Middle English, Early Modern English and Late Modern

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    English Language Change

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    How Changes in the English Language Will Affect Teaching L2 Students Language is always changing. The English we speak today is different from that used by Shakespeare, and vastly different from that used a thousand years ago. Part of what it means to be a living language is that it will change over time. The reasons for these changes can be myriad. In recent years, the factors most responsible for changing the English language, both in terms of its mechanics and in terms of who is speaking it have

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    Language has been around for thousands of years and is one of the greatest factors in human beings holding the spot for most powerful organism on this planet. It has helped bring together masses of people and has helped define many cultures today. Through language, we are able to identify a person’s level of education, social class, and upbringing. In Malcolm X’s autobiography and in the movie “My Fair Lady” directed by George Cuker, Malcolm X and Eliza Doolittle’s identities change immensely as

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    life changed. It went from "Hola" to "Hello". I was already used to the idea that I was coming, but of course, you don't know the challenges you will be facing until you actually have them in front of you. One those challenges for me was the change of language because I had spoken Spanish for eleven years and zero experience with English. This was a big shock for me because of the fact that I had trouble communicating in school with my peers, my teachers, and sometimes even outside school. This would

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    letters. Though, accordingly to the fast development of social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, that has took place over the last 3-4 years, is indicative of its entry into our personal lives. Social media has led to the most significant changes in the way we communicate with each other and the linguistics we currently utilise. Phone texting over social media is also a rapid expansion in which it influences young individuals to use short phrases to conserve less time. In general social networking

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    was the language that was spoken by everybody. Today, thousands of years later, Latin is a dead language. No society on the Earth today speaks Latin, but Latin words can still be found in certain texts. The poems, “Languages,” by Carl Sandburg and Don Juan by Lord Byron, use imagery to explain how languages do and do not change over time. Carl Sandburg describes in his poem, “Languages,” how languages change over time by using natural imagery. Sandburg explains how, like rivers, languages, “Once

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    Language change happens every day. New words are constantly being added and new dialects are forming. People have always argued about the causes of language change and tried to control the changes that occurred but ultimately they accomplished nothing. Languages changes and spread as a result of the people who use it daily. African American English and California English are both examples of the different ways language can change. People try to resist the changes in their language because they do

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