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  • Importance Of Essperanto In English Language

    invented languages for many purposes. Esperanto is a universal language invented by Dr. Lejzer Ludwik Zamenhof in 1887 through a book called Lingvo Internacia. Dr. Zamenhof is a Russian physician who was seeking a cmmon denominator for different nationalities of the world to communicate with each other. Esperanto is considered international auxiliary language which intends not to replace ethnic languages but to serve as an additional, second language for all people. Esperanto is most useful for communicating among people of diverse nations who do not have a common mother tongue and it is the most widely spoken constructed language in the world. Comparing Esperanto to English, we can see the similarities or differences between the alphabets, vowels, pronouns and word order. Esperanto is invented because it brings tolerance and respect for people of diverse nations and cultures. About 70% of Esperanto vocabulary comes from Romance languages, about 20% from Germanic languages and English and some part from Slavic languages. “Esperanto is a neutral language, extraordinarily easy to learn, the property of no particular nation, but belonging with equal right to the whole world. Esperanto has two aims: a practical aim, and an ideal” (Zamenhof, 1907, p.16). Esperanto was accepted reluctantly and its…

    Words: 757 - Pages: 4
  • The Importance Of Teaching The Word Building Strategies

    To help with spelling and creating words, the word-building approach uses rimes and patterns by grouping words together that have the same vowel sounds; short a and short e for example. In teaching the word building approach, students must learn the sounds of vowels in all areas of the word, beginning and middle. The steps to administrating a word building lesson is to first start by applying phonics so the students know the sound of the letter and letter patterns in the words being learned.…

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  • Carmen Case Study

    comedy books that are interesting to her. With every assessment, Carmen demonstrated improvement in her reading level. Carmen is a hard working student that does not give up on her learning, instead, she put in effort in all her studies. Strengths Strength 1: The first assessment Carmen completed was the letter identification. When working on the letter identification Carmen demonstrated knowledge of identifying the name of letters when the letter was either lower or upper case. The only letter…

    Words: 2027 - Pages: 9
  • Spelling Inventory Assessment

    despite the spelling being incorrect. For example, “chewed” was spelled “chood”, “clapping” was spelled “klaping”, “wishes” was spelled “wishis”, and “crawl” was spelled “crol”. This indicates basic understanding of phonetic building blocks but a lack of knowledge regarding some of the idiosyncrasies of spelling. The student weaknesses include: knowledge of vowel sounds, particularly compound vowel sounds, words utilizing the letter “W”, and fluency. The student struggles with even short…

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  • English Pronunciation Analysis

    sometimes she actually pronounces the interdental consonants. It may have been there was more focus on those words since it was multi-syllables. Another problem was word stress. While Vietnamese is more of a tonal language versus a stressed-time language, this problem seemed to arise during her speech. There was no change in stress on the words. They all had the same emphasis on the words, no matter the sentence. Though I decided not to focus on this, there was also a problem of pronouncing past…

    Words: 1226 - Pages: 5
  • Bulgarian Language Analysis

    Eastern European language that consists of six vowels and thirty-five consonant phonemes. The vowels are (i, ɛ, a, ɜ, ɔ, u). On the other hand, American English contains of fifteen vowels and twenty-four consonant phonemes. The contrast between the numbers of vowels in those two quite distinctive languages is not the only dissimilarity. The main problem is the difference between the types of vowels that exist in both phonetic systems. American English consist of lax and tense vowels, while…

    Words: 1150 - Pages: 5
  • Languages Of Another Language

    The Zaner-Bloser method, developed by Charles Zaner and Elmer Bloser, is usually penned “straight-up and down-in” in text that is written by hand and all the letters in alphabet has a different shape while being slanted text. The D’Nealian method, created by Donald Neal Thurber, this method derived from the Zaner-Bloser method, but has only half letters that are changed from the alphabet from its shape between in handwritten text and in this method it doesn’t use a slant as the Zaner-Bloser…

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  • How Did English Language Change Over Time

    literacy. The evolution of languages throughout the Middle Ages gave strong foundations for modern languages through the Great Vowel Shift, Old English, and early and late Modern English. One of the most significant events in the development of the English language is the Great Vowel Shift. The history of the English language began when the…

    Words: 936 - Pages: 4
  • Non Pulmonic Abbreviations

    system. Vowels: Vowels are created by using an open position of the articulators. They are important to us because they form the nucleus of syllables,…

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  • Jajci Johnson Reflection

    effectively. In writing, my student needs to learn strategies to properly decode a word so that he spells the word correctly. He also needs to learn how to structure his sentences so that the reader can follow each thought without becoming lost in the text. In spelling, my student needs to work on his auditory perception of a word, specifically with vowels, and learning not to omit vowel sound or substitute the vowel sound with a constant sound that he knows how to pronounce and identify. For…

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