• Malayalam – the Language from God’s Own Country
      Malayalam is an Indian language which is mainly spoken in the state of Kerala. It is one of the main languages in India and was declared as a classical language by the Government in 2013. Malayalam belongs to the Dravidian family of Languages. It shares a close relationship and resemblance with T
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  • General Notes on Functional Sтyles of Language
    [pic]GENERAL NOTES ON FUNCTIONAL SТYLES OF LANGUAGE The object of lingo-stylistics is the study of the nature, functions and structures of stylistic devices (SD) and expressive means (ЕМ) оn the оnе hand, and the study of the functional styles, оn the other. А functional style of langu
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  • History of Malayalam Cinema
    CONTENTS * Kerala: the legacy of visual culture……………………….…2 * The early era (1907-1950s)……………………………….…..3 * 1950s………………………………………………..……….…6 * 1960s………………………………………
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  • Malayalam Lettering
    Agasthyakoodam Also known as Agasthyarkoodam belongs to the mountain range of Western Ghats situated in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala. Agasthyarkoodam is a pilgrimage centre for devotees of the Hindu sage Agastya, who is considered to be one of the seven rishis (Saptarishi) of Hindu Puranas
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  • Malayalam Classical Language
    Malayalam gets classical language status The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved classifying Malayalam as a classical language, bringing it into an exclusive club comprising Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada and meeting one of the long-pending demands of the Kerala government. Apart from the symb
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  • Essays
    Petroleum Conservation Research Association & State Level Coordinators of Oil Industry invite participation of Students in National & State Level Essay Competition OGCF' 2013 Eligibility Age Limit Topic of Essay Last date of receipt of entry Language Students of Class X and above
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  • The Language of Cather in the Rye
    The passage of adolescence has served as the central theme for many novels, but J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye, long a staple in academic lesson plans, has captured the spirit of this stage of life in hyper-sensitive form, dramatizing Holden Caulfield's vulgar language and melodramatic
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  • My Feelings on English Language
    My feelings about the English language, including both grammar and literature, have changed several times throughout my life. These changes took place as I was influenced by my family and by the different teachers that I have had throughout my academic career. As a young boy, I knew very little ab
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  • On the Design of Foreign Language Curricula
    ON THE DESIGN OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE CURRICULA Discuss the steps involved in planning a general English language course. In designing a syllabus for a group of Greek learners in a public secondary school what factors would you take into account in its development, how would you go about developing it
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  • Comparing the Rights of Women from Essays Through the Eras
    Society has long since recognized the concept of men being superior to women, both in the aspects of physical strength and the ability to earn living for their family. It was a natural concept that based and formed the modern society: strong versus weak, superior versus inferior, non-marginalized ve
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  • Language and the Social Background
    Language and the Social Background --Paralysis and Simony in ¡°The Sisters¡± These statements: Joycean ambiguity language is a reflection of the circumstance of the day. Outline: ¢ñ. Paralysis is the firs of the three key words in The Sisters, which describes the moral and physical con
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  • Speak the Language: a Global Analysis
    Speak the Language: A Global Analysis Alyssa Marshall MGT /448: Global Business Strategies Speak the Language Global Analysis "Globalization and immigration have transformed today's business world. Many organizations are looking for solutions to improve communication between the establishe
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  • A Comparison of the Wong and Zoellner Essays
    A Comparison of the Wong and Zoellner Essays Different essays can have different purposes and audience, but that doesn't mean that they can't have similarities. Two short essays written for the newspaper by two different writers tell of their personal experience to convey their message. The ess
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  • Harmonic Language in Opera
    Throughout the centuries, composers have endeavored to capture human emotions in their work. Nowhere is this struggle more evident than in the works of operatic composers, who tailor their music to forcefully convey the poetry for which they write. An invaluable tool to these composers is harmonic l
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  • An Analysis of George Orwells Politics and the English Language
    My focus is upon a piece by Niccolo Machiavelli, an Italian prince from the renaissance period who writes "The Morals of a Prince", and in an opposite vein, an essay by George Orwell, an English author and enemy of totalitarianism whose essay is "Politics and the English Language". Within these ess
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  • Language and Style in 1984 by George Orwell
    LANGUAGE AND STYLE We are going to talk about the language and style used in 1984. We studied 3 different aspects of this; firstly we studied the language and style that Orwell wrote the book in; secondly at the language and style in which some of the characters at the different parts of societ
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  • Language and the Inner and Outer
    Introduction This paper explores certain Wittgensteinian perspectives in my research study in Wholisitic Education. One of the research questions I ponder is, “what are the ends of wholistic education?” In today’s postmodern world, both educational policy-makers and seekers en
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  • Language Arts Curriculum Adaptations for Second Language Learners: Writing.
    Presentation Outline 1. Background Introduction- How curriculum is developed. 2. Adapting Grade 2 curriculum for writing skill development 3. General English Language Arts Curriculum Standards 4. Languages Other Than English Curriculum Standards 5. Specific Performance Indicators: Writing 6. L
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  • Is English an Universal Language?
    English is one of the most widely used languages in today's world and has a great impact on a successful career. Due to rapid modernization and westernization, the popularity of the English language has increased. It is internationally used and globally accepted. “English is being recreated every
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  • Learning a Language Is Difficult
    Listening, speaking, reading and writing are four of the most essential steps for people learning a new language. English is not my first language, it is my third, and I have spent a lot of time and effort to going through these steps. As an individual learning a new language, I can definitely say i
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