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    Minority Languages: Chimariko All over the world many minority languages are struggling for their existence. At one point in time there was believed to be at least 200,000 languages. Now, there are only 6,909 languages left and even those languages aren’t safe from becoming extinct. Thanks to linguists from all over the world, we have an Ethnologue that keeps track of the vitality of all the different languages. When using the Ethnologue I researched the group of the Chimariko tribe and their language. The Chimariko tribe was one of the smallest tribes to live in the Americas. In 1849 the estimated population of the Chimariko’s was 250. The Chimariko lived up in northwestern California along the twenty-mile stretch of the Trinity River. The…

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    The Power of Language in Shakespeare 's Othello In Othello, the contamination of linguistic matter (whether through verbal or human associations, through deliberate perversion, or by senseless mouthing of meaninglessness) ultimately destroys the ordered control of normal behaviour patterns, personal or social (Shaw 306). In one of the finest play written by William Shakespeare, language is not only the medium that conveys the drama but also the action. For example, talking about an event will…

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    Communication between International and American students. Nowadays society is very split, especially in big countries such as America. This diversity based on people’s culture, language, religion, ethnic group or race. Colossal number of different cultures represented in the United States. New York, Chicago, Los Angeles are the cities with the biggest population in America and also cities with the biggest cultural diversity. People from Asia to Europe to Africa to Latin America live there.…

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    A teacher generally understand how words and sounds are formatted in which it helps plan produce lessons to teach , but more important to help engage students to the lessons. The phonological system of a language includes an inventory of sounds and their features, as well as rules in which specify how sounds interact with each other. Linguistically morphology is the patterns of word formation in a particular language both goes hand in hand in formatting words expression and comprehension.…

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    Language has been around for many centuries in human history. Language is the basis for society as it gives human beings a tool to communicate their ideas and beliefs. The sheer effect of a word can implications from declaring a war to a way to profess one’s love; words can alter life. Language is developing social institutions because it provides different people the ability to comprehend the other group, which is crucial for any growth in a country. Without any way to express one’s ideas, one…

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    E) Language Development M. (4 years, 6 months) uses various vocabulary when speaking. Her sentences comprise of at least 4 to 5 words each and combined thought. When retelling a story, she understand sequencing events, but confuses some facts. She understands how to use certain words such as “can” and “will” to ask questions like, “can you come play with me,” or “Will you sit next to me?” If she is curious about something, she begins with “how,” “why,” or “what.” M also understands the…

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    own dialect. Now after reading about how we form our own dialects by hearing it from the community, family, and friends. When I speak the Navajo language, I am pronouncing words differently. It is due not being a Navajo fluent speaker. So when I hear other people pronounce certain words I automatically think that’s the correct pronunciation. One time I heard the word Thank You from a friend and pronounced the word without the hyphens. It just pronounced it using the English sounds which was not…

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    responsible for a kitchen crew of 6 students who choose culinary work experience for a high school class and most spoke very little to no English. I did not understand why I was given the task of running the student work program class when I was managing other parts of the industry high school kitchen that did not involve a language barrier. At first it was hard for me to be able to instruct students what to do and how to do it with a langue barrier, but hand signals, non verbal code and visual…

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    Inclusive language means speaking in a way that includes and respects everyone, whether that be speaking about their thoughts and feelings, or their experiences. Speaking inclusively is not holding any judgements about a person prior to getting to know them. This is hard to do as many people unconsciously have judgements about people based on their own experiences. It is also easy to unknowingly offend someone by saying something or doing something they do not agree with. The only way…

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    Whereas Kennedy's speech gave the people exactly what they wanted to hear. Kennedy's speech contained much more figurative language than King's speech, although King did include a fair bit. I think Kennedy's speech was more developed than King's speech because Kennedy had more literary devices and structure to his speech. Obviously Kennedy had highly educated speech writers to do this job for him whereas King wrote his speech by…

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