• English Language Learning and Teaching
    English Language Education in Rural Schools of India: The Situation, the Policy and the Curriculum   Abstract This paper attempts to bring in the issues related to English language education situation in rural schools in India, the state policy on language education, quality questions in secon...
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  • Marathi Press India
    Marathi: Big Newspapers Are Elephants By Robin Jeffrey To understand the Marathi press, one needs to appreciate two cities-Mumbai (Bombay) and Pune (Poona). Mumbai is the Manhattan of India-a buzzing, multi- lingual magnet of an island. As well as the industrial and commercial focus of India, it...
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  • New Fruits Based on the Old Common Roots
    New Fruits Based On Old Oriental Root --- Strategy for Doing Business Between China & Korea By Sabrina Introduction Nowadays, Korea and China are increasingly recognized to be in an economic community in Asia, with geographically proximity and cultural similarity. The two nations understood the...
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  • Language Development of a Child from Birth to 5 Years
    Introduction Language is a code made up of rules that include what words mean, how to make words, how to put them together, and what word combinations are best in what situations. Speech is the oral form of language. The purpose of this study is to find out the developmental stages the child goes...
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  • Influence of Immigration on the American Culture and Language
    Influence of Immigration on the American Culture and Language CONTENT Introduction ………………………………………………………………………….. The Main Part ……………………………………………………………………….. Chapter I In Search of Amer...
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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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  • Fruits & Vegetable Study
    ”The impact of the global economic and financial crisis in Least Developed Countries’ manufacturing industry: The case of the fruits & vegetables sector in Bhutan & Nepal” November 2009 Prepared by: Ajay Kakra1 and Nirvanjyoti Bhattacharjee2 Copyright 2009 by the United Nations Indus...
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  • Choas of Indian Language
    here are seemingly countless numbers of languages in India and they all are part of four respective families. These families have all thrived despite the fact that they are packed into one relatively very small sub-continent. These families, in descending order of presence in the country are: Indo-E...
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  • German Language
    3. ALPHABET a | ah | j | yoht | s | ess | b | bay | k | kah | t | tay | c | tsay | l | el | u | oo | d | day | m | em | v | fow | e | ay | n | en | w | vay | f | eff | o | oh | x | eeks | g | gay | p | pay | y | irp-se-lon | h | hah | q | koo | z | tset | i | ee | r | ehr | | |...
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  • List of Language Devices
    Alliteration: The headline employs alliteration through the repetition of the letter ‘P’ in order to engage the reader as well as hold his attention. Allusion: The writer eludes to the horrors of the Holocaust in the hope of evoking a visceral response that will encourage support for the...
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  • Does Language Plays Roles of Equally Importance in Different Areas of Knowledge?
    Theory of Knowledge Word Count : 1107 Essay 4: Does language plays roles of equally importance in different areas of knowledge? In order to claim that we know something we must first define how we know it. There are four widely accepted ways of acquiring knowledge, through our senses and obs...
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  • Universal Language
    ABSTRACT: English is a universally speaking language which is accepted as “Global lingua franca” of the people. The largest professional engineering organizations use English as their primary language. The main objective is to encourage students to actively involve in participate l...
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  • Fruits of Labour
    FRUITS OF LABOUR ARE SWEETER THAN THE GIFTS OF FORTUNE (FOR) The necessity of hard and consistent labour is indeed the main root and spring of all that we call progress in individuals and civilization in nations. In every walk of life happiness is a fruit of which labour is the seed. We cannot en...
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  • Compare Two Poems in Which the Poets Explore Attitudes to Death. How Do the Poets Use Language to Emphasise? These Attitudes?
    Defying Gravity by Roger McGough and Mort Aux Chats by Peter Porter are two poems that have death as a theme. Although they refer to death in different ways. Mort Aux Chats refers to death to convince you to dislike cats. Whereas Defying Gravity is about a mans “victory” with death. These poems...
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  • Misuse of Language in Current Politics
    President Obama's most recent 'State of the Union Address' clearly depicts what George Orwell was talking about in his essay 'Politics and the English Language'. George Orwell stated that politicians use vague and meaningless language to hide the truth. Which is exactly what Obama did in his recent...
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  • Language and Politics
    Language as cultural or political The term language is both elaborate and multi layered. It has a certain depth which cannot be completely explored. The layers are hard to unravel, but it gives one tremendous pleasure to play around with the idea of language. It is an essential part of the culture...
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  • How Do Humans Acquire Language?
    How Do Humans Acquire Language? Humans live in a world full of communication. Humans possess a native language that separates them from other animals. Language is developed within the first few years of a person's life. By the time one is a child; he can speak and understand almost as well as a...
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  • English as a Global Language
    English as a Global Language English is fast becoming the dominant means by which the world is able to communicate. It is being referred to as the global language as it is seen as a common means for interaction between different countries. This new phenomena can be seen in a positive light because...
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  • Important of English Language
    How do you learn how to speak English very fast? Is it possible to accelerate your English speaking ability? Is it possible to make massive improvements in only 2-3 months? The answer is yes. But of course, to make massive improvements requires massive intensity and effort. So, how can you do it? Ho...
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  • Difficulties in Learning the English Language
    Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila College of Engineering and Technology Difficulties in Learning the English Language: An Inquiry A Research Paper presented to Prof. Iryl Nungay, MALL Professor, College of Liberal Arts Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requ...
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