"Igcse English" Essays and Research Papers

  • Igcse English

    4EA0 01 English Language Length 2h 15m Afternoon 4CH0 1C Chemistry 4SC0 1C Science 4ET0 01 English Literature Length 2h 2h 1h 45m Wednesday 4CM0 8 May Thursday 9 May 4MA0 2F Mathematics A 4MA0 4H Mathematics A 4MB0 02 Mathematics B 2h 2h 2h 30m 1h 30m 2h 3h 2h 2h 1h 30m 4HB0 02 Human Biology 4PA0 01 Pakistan Studies 4BN0 01 Bangladesh Studies 4AC0 Accounting Wednesday 4GN0 02 German Paper 2: Reading & 22 May Writing 4BS0 01 Business Studies Thursday 23 May 4EB0 English Language...

    12-hour clock, Arabic language, English language 1639  Words | 7  Pages

  • English

    Advantages of Speaking English X [pic] John London John London is an English journalist who has been writing professionally since 2006. His articles have appeared in major British newspapers such as "The Times" and "The Guardian." London holds a Master of Arts in journalism from the University of the Arts London. By John London, eHow Contributor [pic]When you go abroad, English will probably be the single language many people will understand. English is known to be so useful throughout...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, England 586  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    Why English is important in Job Requirement? A study conducted by one of the biggest agencies, Job.com, founded that lack of communication skills in both speaking and writing has caused the main reasons for the failure of graduates in seeking jobs. An English lecturer of University Utara Malaysia’s school of cognitive science and education, M.Puveneswary who taught English at the University for about 11 years said, there was a gap between English at the workplace and academic environments...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, Communication 1291  Words | 4  Pages

  • english

    " THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS FULL! " In the last few years, the English language has undergone many changes. Dubbed the international language, English has become the language that most people wish to learn. Many reasons explain such a choice but none explains it better than the fact that the strongest economy still remains the United States of America. Being an Englishspeaking country, its language radiates around the world. Most countries and national governments grant English a special...

    Dialect, English language, French language 742  Words | 2  Pages

  • English

    Nikoloz Vetsko 9/4/2014 Cause English The first time I read a book in English, and honestly a book in general, was in 5th grade. I grew up in the Republic of Georgia, went to a public school for most of my first four years, with teachers that didn’t really care if I paid attention or really, if I was there at all. It was hard for me to care when they didn’t seem to, I wasn’t motivated to do anything, and in fact it would be accurate to say that in those first four years, I didn’t learn anything...

    British Empire, British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    a complex sentence, a Senate committee is believed to have found. (The Age, 13 September 2007) Nothing unites a country more than its common language because from a language comes a history and a culture. (John Howard quoted in Migrants to sit English test, ABC Online, 11 December 2006) Linguists suggest that some people deliberately choose a low status accent as a way of invoking prestige, although this is less common amongst women than men. The Australian-born children of migrants from Europe...

    Australian English, Culture of Australia, Dialect 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    MINUTES OF ENGLISH PANEL MEETING (15 Jan 2013 @ 1.35 pm, Physics Lab) Attendance : 1. Puan Adila bt Ahmad (Head of Panel) 2. Puan Julaila bt Yahya (Senior Teacher of Language Department) 3. Puan Zuraini bt Abdullah 4. Puan Suhaila bt Kayat 5. Puan Syazrin Syimee bt Sharifuddin 6. Puan Zuhira @ Suria bt Ghazali 7. Puan Asmaton bt Mohd Nawawi 8. Puan Robitah bt Nordin 9. Puan Santhi Nair a/p Baskaran Nair 10. En Mohd Azlan b. Mohd Ali Secretary : En.Azlan bin Mohd Ali Absentees...

    Education, English people, School 997  Words | 6  Pages

  • English Not English

    English Not a Native Tongue” English as a second language is an issue now days. Many people that don’t speak or write English, life tends to be a bit harsh on them. I personally have experience how difficult it is when one is not born in a family where English is not the native language. I came across two great essays, written by Amy Tan and Richard Rodriguez. These two great authors wrote about the challenges they faced while growing up in families that English was not their native tongue. Tan...

    English language, Family, Father 1283  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    Guess Paper – 2009 Class – X Subject – English (Grammar) Make regular practice of English grammar at www.amuseonline.com Learn English from home. email : amrita@amuseonline.com Max. Marks 25 Que. 1. The following passage has not been edited. There is an error in each of the line against which a blank is given. Underline the incorrect...

    Doctor, English grammar, English-language films 688  Words | 4  Pages

  • English

    Tick Tock: The difference between the meaning of time and moments in time Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment Meagan Hanley 12/712 English 3 “Life is not made of minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or years, but of moments. You must experience each one before you can appreciate it.” (Sarah Breathnach). Time is a lifeless measurement of the years that one has spent on earth. One can go through life living by these lifeless minutes and never experience what life is really about...

    2007 singles, 2009 albums, Billboard Hot Country Songs number-one singles 1028  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    Sakib Choudhury Professor-Meredith Benjamin English-2150 13 March 2013 Snow White and Her Victims Growing up reading fairy tales all our lives, there was always a protagonist, and an antagonist. The moral of these fairy tales were all the same. It was the war between the good and the evil. After reading Anne Sexton poem’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, which was one of the well-known Disney fairy tales, the story seemed to be a lot different than the original theme. Anne Sexton’s poem...

    Brothers Grimm, English-language films, Fairy tale 1317  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Language and British English

    differences is on the way they speak and pronounce the words. There are some different vocabularies of American English and British English, but actually they have the same meaning. That’s way, if we learn a language, we have to learn the culture too, in order we can understand the meaning of certain expression or what they mean. There are some different expressions of American English and British English I found in The Parent Trap movie. It is based on word variation ( pronunciation, grammar, accent, spelling...

    American and British English differences, American English, British English 1480  Words | 5  Pages

  • Important of english

    people in the world now speak English? According to a recent report "...three billion people will be speaking or learning English within a decade." English is the language of globalization. It's the language of international business and politics. It is the primary language used for most computers and for the inner workings of the Internet. English is the dominant international language in communications, science, aviation, entertainment, radio and diplomacy. English is an important tool for operating...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, French language 724  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spread of English

    In nowadays, English become an international language due to the English rapidly spread worldwide, there are majority of people are likely to speak or to learn English. During the medieval and early modern periods, the influence of English spread throughout the British Isles, and from the early seventeenth century onwards, its influence began to be felt throughout the worldwide. Undoubtedly, as an international language, English has contributed to different fields of the world, such as the advancement...

    British Empire, British Isles, Dialect 1367  Words | 4  Pages

  • Importance of English

    Muhammad Adil Rehman COURCE TITLE : English Comprehension & Composition TOPIC : IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUTION WHAT IS LANGUAGE ? Language, so far as we know, is something specific to...

    American English, Dialect, English language 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • Malaysian English vs Standard English

    Malaysian English versus Standard English Introduction Many countries use the English Language as a second language or perhaps its official language. When we talk about English Language, the most acknowledged kind is called Standard English (SE). In Malaysia, English is widely used, as it is our country’s second language. However, the type of English that is more commonly used here is known as Malaysian English (ME). Malaysian English (ME) Vs Standard English (SE) ME is quite different...

    British English, Dialect, English language 1096  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Pure English?

    some would argue that foreign languages have diluted the purity of American English, I believe English was never a pure language to begin with, and the dilution of it has occurred in the past and is bound to happen because America is a nation of immigrants. Before we even consider blaming other languages for diluting American English, we must ask ourselves a question; how can one call American English pure? British English is derived from French, Arabic, Hebrew, German, and many other languages (Harper)...

    American English, Dialect, English language 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • english essay

     English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world. It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and a number of Caribbean nations; and it is an official language of almost 60 sovereign states. It is the third-most-common native language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese and...

    Anglo-Saxons, England, English language 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • India and English

    India and English From 1857, when English was introduced by the Imperial Government as the only medium of education, the English language has played a significant role in the lives of Indian people. After a long struggle by national leaders, in the 1920s, the British rulers reluctantly permitted school education through the medium of Indian languages (designated as vernaculars). In 1947 when India gained independence from the British rule, English was to have been replaced by national languages...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, English language 1253  Words | 3  Pages

  • Standard English

    In contemporary society the Standard variety of English is the most commonly used as it is respected and associated with a higher prestige. Its usage is also advocated by prescriptivists who believe that it is the ‘correct’ and only variety that should be used. Standard English is usually seen in formal settings, where its usage is necessary for official and public purposes. However, contextual factors play a vital role in determining the most appropriate variety to be used, which is supported by...

    Dialect, English language, German language 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance of English

    Language plays and important role in human life. Out of all the languages in the world, English is considered as the international language The British rules introduced English in Indian schools. English is a window language. It is the most widely spoken language in the world. Through this language, India can establish her contacts with the developed nations of the world. Although Hindi has been pronounced as the national language in India, some non-Hindi speaking states have not yet accepted it...

    English language, French language, German language 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Story of English

    Reflective Paper 1 (Video: Story of English) 1. Descriptive: The video “The Story of English” provides a comprehensive illustration of history, geography, sociology, language, and other aspects of English language. The video has several conversations and interviews with English linguists and ordinary people around the world to examine how English has influenced their individual lives, and our planet as a whole.”The Story of English” illustrates how English has evolved and emerged into a global...

    American English, Dialect, English language 1074  Words | 3  Pages

  • Globalization of English

    Globalization of English and the English Language Classroom The term ‘the globalization of English’ can be interpreted in at least three ways. It can refer to the increasing intrusion of the English language into the lives of town and city dwellers all over the world. This is a worrying phenomenon. Not only does it threaten to contaminate or wipe out local languages and cultures, but it also skews the socio-economic order in favour of those who are proficient in English. How should the non English-speaking...

    Dialect, English language, First language 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • The English Debate

    Mr. Schulze 1 11-08-05 English 1010 Synthesis Essay This is a synthesis essay on the English only debate. In the debate we have a number of authors who have an opinion if English should be the official language? Here are a couple of opinions shared by Robert D. King , "Should English be the Law?" , S.I. Hayakawa, "Bilingualism in America: English Should be the Official Language", and Greg Lewis " An...

    Canada, England, English language 921  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance of English

    The Importance of English in the World of International Business ‘English is now a global language that belongs to all those who speak it.’ (Nigel Newton, publisher) It is the technology that allows people to travel further and faster than ever before. It is the Internet that links people regardless their nationalities and countries they live in. And technology is also the reason why lots of business people are active globally and why more and more entrepreneurs are on the move than...

    British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations, England 2233  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Role of English

    Background of the problem English is connecting language between people in entire world on earth. Almost developing countries include our beloved country Indonesia use this language as general communication, we can find everywhere everyplace people talk in many words in English, not only student but we generally often speak with it. Open wide mind to see how feasible of English is nowadays, to be learn or to be ignored? Our youth generation still, keeps stuck in reverse that said English is difficult to be...

    Dutch language, English language, First language 1979  Words | 7  Pages

  • English Proficiency

    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF PNTC STUDENTS INTRODUCTION This thesis presents the declining of English Proficiency of PNTC students. Followed by the problem statement and the aims of the study used in the data gathering. An assessment of the selection of participants as well as the instruments is included. This is followed also by a discussion used for data gathering, procedures and how it was conduct and analyzed. An evaluation follows with the conclusion thereafter. In order to get the effectiveness...

    English language, Evaluation, German language 645  Words | 3  Pages

  • speak english

    Steps to Learning English To become a fluent English speaker, you must study and master reading, listening, and speaking. At TalkEnglish.com, the lessons are structured to give you practice in all three areas at the same time. Reading Speaking English Fluency Listening Step 1: Identify Step 2: Understand Step 3: Integrate A complete and efficient solution to Learn English speaking TalkEnglish.com developed the "Click, Listen, and Repeat" functionality. In most of the...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, Language 1460  Words | 4  Pages

  • Adventure of English

    Aline Estefanía Aguilar González Lic. Mary Williams Inglés II The Adventure of English 500 to 2000 Essay “Isn´t it funny how day by day nothing changes but when we look back everything is different?” said the famous poet C.S. Lewis. Things move slowly but relentlessly. Every single day new changes happen and even when we cannot notice them, they make the greatest differences within time. Languages are not an exception. Can we think of a future in which people will develop brand new tongues...

    Anglo-Saxons, Dutch language, England 1767  Words | 6  Pages

  • English Vinglish

    ENGLISH VINGLISH Guyz today I am going to share my sob story, ever since from my childhood I had a habit of getting failed in English, though I took some extra care of this habit and kept failing my English subject. Even though I never considered English as a tough subject and language, just spelling and tenses are my cause of misery. I still remember my teacher who used to teach me English, he also had some serious problems in his English in terms of pronunciation. He pronounced CUP as SUP, Knowledge...

    Arabic language, English language, Pakistan 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • Business English

    PROPOSAL APPRENTICESHIP GAJAHMADA HOTEL By: Fany Rochmawan (08360169) Derisma Eka Ayu P (08360139) Zunaida Mar’atur R (08360167) Zaros Fauzi (08360183) Novia Debi Wicaksono (08360185) ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF MALANG 2011 1. Background of study University of Muhammadiyah Malang as one private University in Malang that always tries to keep and develop the academic tradition related to Tri Darma Perguruan...

    Education, English Canadian, English people 759  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Proficiency

    proficiency is derived from mandates issued by the US government, declaring that a limited English proficient student is one who comes from a non-English background and "who has sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language and whose difficulties may deny such an individual the opportunity to learn successfully in classrooms where the language of instruction is English or to participate fully in our society." ACTFL views "performance" as being the combined...

    English language, Language acquisition, Language proficiency 1176  Words | 4  Pages

  • Importance of English

    History of the English Language A short history of the origins and development of English The history of the English language really started with the arrival of three Germanic tribes who invaded Britain during the 5th century AD. These tribes, the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes, crossed the North Sea from what today is Denmark and northern Germany. At that time the inhabitants of Britain spoke a Celtic language. But most of the Celtic speakers were pushed west and north by the invaders - mainly...

    British Empire, British English, Dialect 720  Words | 3  Pages

  • The English Language

    The English language English is one of the most important languages in the world. It can even be regarded as the single most important language. Though other languages are important too, they are not the same as the English language is. English is important because it is probably the only language that truly links the whole world together. If not for English, the whole world may not be as united as it is today. The other languages may be important for their local values and culture.Considering...

    Dialect, English language, European Union 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian English

    Indian English Indian English refers to dialects or varieties of English spoken primarily in India and also by Indian Diaspora elsewhere In the world. Due to British colonialism for over two hundred years’ as were used more to British English than to American, Australian or Canadian English. And due to the presence of vernacular languages in our country, English was chosen to be the co-official language of the union of India. Our obvious choice is one of the varieties of British English; which educated...

    Consonant, Dialect, English language 1904  Words | 5  Pages

  • Development of English

    English is a rich and colorful language which is highly synonymous all over the world. Like any language it has been in constant flux. As members of a society grow and develop so too must the tools they use to communicate with each other. One reason for this is that there are so many variations of the language itself. In addition, it is such a widely spoken language, and it is spoken by people in all parts of the world. 'Non-native speakers of English now outnumber native speakers 3 to1'. In addition...

    Dutch language, England, English language 1089  Words | 3  Pages

  • English in India

    ENGLISH IN INDIA In our country English is important for a number of reasons. India is a land of diversity. Different people speak different languages. A person of Tamil Nadu does not speak Hindi. So he can't understand Hindi of a person from North India. However he can understand in English. So English is a link language. Different people can communicate with one another with the help of English. Secondly, all advanced knowledge in science, technology and medicine is available in English....

    English language, Foreign language, Hindi 747  Words | 3  Pages

  • Why English

    WHY ENGLISH? There are in Asia many different languages as well as many different dialects. This is true also of many parts of Africa where in Ghana alone there are many different languages, each one again, with many dialects. Therefore since it is only by the spoken word that human beings can communicate with one another, the necessity for a common language, whatever that common language may be is obvious. Common language that has been state up is the English language. English has been choose...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, English language 1583  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Essay

    THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING ENGLISH English can be said to be the most important and the most useful language in theworld today. There are many reasons why you should study the language properly.The first reason is English will help you a lot when you further your studies.Almost all the books at the universities are written in English. So, if your English is poor,you are going to have a big problem studying there.The second reason you have to study English well is that it will help you to get ajob...

    Dialect, England, English language 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Mastery

    Laurry Guillan F. Reyes HRS 1-A English Mastery: An Essential to the New Generation Thesis Statement: The generation we live in now has incredibly high standards that fluency in English language is of a good help for starting a career, connecting to the world and international recognition. Introduction According to the contemporary psycholinguist, Frank Smith, “One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.” Having one language is not enough though...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, French language 1393  Words | 4  Pages

  • Varieties of English

    sociolinguistic variation, as well as the standard variety itself. The term dialect will be mentioned in this research paper. The term refers to a variety of a language that is a characteristic of a particular group of the language's speakers. .(Oxford English dictionary) The term is applied most often to regional speech patterns, but a dialect may also be defined by other factors, such as social class. A dialect that is associated with a particular social class can be termed a sociolect, with a particular...

    American English, British Isles, Dialect 1221  Words | 3  Pages

  • Speakers of English

    Why is it difficult to decide how many speakers of English there are around the world today? Introduction A language is a socio-cultural aspect of any given society. It is important to note that languages tend to evolve thereby making it impossible to establish their evolutionary paths and developments. As a result, there have been enormous challenges in the attempt to establish the historical path of such languages. With English language, the situation becomes even worse simply because it is widely...

    British Isles, Dialect, England 1282  Words | 4  Pages

  • English in Malaysia

    According to The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: Languages & Literature, p 61, English in Malaysia has been categorized into three levels: the acrolect, mesolect and basilect. The acrolect is near-native. Only those educated in core English-speaking countries from early schooling up to university may be found to speak the acrolect variety, and only a small percentage of Malaysians are proficient in it. As with other similar situations, a continuum exists between these three varieties and speakers may...

    American English, British Empire, British English 1182  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Langu

    2012 The English Language English is a Germanic language that was introduced in England and is now one of the most globally tool of communication around the world. However the question is; is English the dominant language? Today, English is the most common foreign language taught, revealing that it’s widely spreading among the majority of countries. The Linguist Braj Kachru created the design of three concentric circles of English which defined the acknowledgement and significance of the language...

    British Empire, English language, German language 1413  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Language

    entire set of words is the language's vocabulary. The ways in which the words can be meaningfully combined is defined by the language's syntax and grammar. The actual meaning of words and combinations of words is defined by the language's semantics English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world.[4] It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom...

    English language, French language, German language 2219  Words | 7  Pages

  • English and Me

    English and me Watching the two videos made me realized how different, in a way, was my experiences learning English. In the first video “World English”, I noticed that almost all of the people from the video were still struggling with the language. It remained me how much trouble I had the first time I started learning English. On the other video “We not speak Americano”, the girls were more fluent on the language because they seemed as if they have been studying in the US for a longer period...

    Education, English language, High school 2014  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Language

    English has emerged as the global language of trade and commerce in the past few decades, affecting many key aspects of business in the modern world. The English language has become the standard for all important official communications in an increasingly large number of countries with a wide variety of native languages. In the modern world, English continues to spread as the major medium through which both small businesses and large corporations do business. There are about 5,000 languages...

    English language, German language, International auxiliary language 2270  Words | 7  Pages

  • English Proficiency

    English nowadays is considered as the universal language; for which it is understood by almost all countries around the world. It is used by most people as their second language. First, it is a way of communication in business, negotiations & especially in academics. It plays an important role in the basic education, particularly to speaking and writing (Kumar, 2009). English proficiency must be treated as an additional skill. In reality, a country needs to build familiarity, friendship and collaborate...

    Commonwealth of Nations, Communication, England 751  Words | 3  Pages

  • Borrowings in English

    introduction of French words into English was after the Norman Conquest of 1066. For the next 300 or so years, the language of the royal court, and therefore of authority, was Norman, a variety of French. The ruling classes spoke what came to be known as Anglo-Norman, while the rest of the population - the peasantry - carried on speaking English. French quickly became the language of law and government. This carried on until about the end of the 14th century when English reasserted itself as the language...

    2nd millennium, Centuries, England 701  Words | 3  Pages

  • Middle English and New English Vocabulary

    MIDDLE ENGLISH AND NEW ENGLISH VOCABULARY The vocabulary in the ME period shows great instability and constant and rapid changes. Many words became obsolete; a lot of them reflected the ever-changing life of the speakers and were under the influence of contacts with other nations. 1. Internal means of enriching vocabulary. Internal sources of vocabulary growth became less important in ME. It might have been due to great expansion of foreign words (especially French). Beginning with the...

    Compound, English language, French language 1760  Words | 7  Pages

  • english language

    1919:’We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language, for we intend to see that the crucible turns out people as Americans and now as dwellers in a polyglot boarding-house’ (Daniels,8). The question that has been around for hundreds of years: “Should English be declared the official language of the United States?” is still the controversy – refighting the same old sociolinguistic issue of the 1970s. Yes, English should be the sole language of the US, because of increased concern...

    English language, European Union, German language 2157  Words | 6  Pages

  • Scottish English

    ------------------------------------------------- Background Scottish English results from language contact between Scots and the Standard English of England after the 17th century. The resulting shifts to English usage by Scots-speakers resulted in many phonological compromises and lexical transfers, often mistaken for mergers by linguists unfamiliar with the history of Scottish English.  Furthermore, the process was also influenced by interdialectal forms, hypercorrections and spelling pronunciations...

    English language, International Phonetic Alphabet, James I of England 1239  Words | 4  Pages

  • Filipino English

    Breaking Down Filipino English Filipino English most common variations in Standard English are on sound system, rhythm and on stress.I will explain why these are so in contrasting the interviewer,which is using the standard British English and the interviewee, a Filipino English speaker,or the CNN interview to President Benigno Noynoy Aquino. First in sound system ,I observed that the Filipino English was always compared to their vernacular counterparts.For example,when Pres.Aquino said...

    Dialect, English language, Language 695  Words | 3  Pages

  • Correlation of English

    Correlation of English “No Subject is ever well understood and no art is intelligently practiced if the light which the other studies are to throw upon is deliberately shut out”-Ramont Correlation is a word which signifies the reciprocal relationship with various subjects in the curriculum. Correlation can be broadly classified into two types: internal correlation and external correlation. Internal Correlation A sort of mutual relationship among and between the parts of the same subject...

    British Isles, Correlation and dependence, England 1254  Words | 4  Pages

  • English tip

    1. Read any English language newspaper aloud and slowly. Go as slowly as possible in order to understand the meaning of what you are reading, including nuances. While the structure of English is fairly simple in comparison to many other languages, its idioms make it a more difficult language to adequately master. 2. 2 Find some children's books. Those containing many parables, fables, short stories, and legends are good because they are easy to read and carry interesting messages as well. Reading...

    English language, French language, Language 1041  Words | 4  Pages

  • The English Patient

    The English Patient is a novel by Michael Ondaatje first released in 1992, a story set in World War One. It is work of historical fiction, a tale on the lives of four people who are brought together by a burnt man who fell from the sky. All connected by secrets and sins of their past in relation to the war. Alone, with no body else but each other living in an Italian Villa. Through the use of sensory imagery, narrative structure and various forms of diction, the author Michael Ondaatje has conveyed...

    1992 Governor General's Awards, 1992 in literature, Michael Ondaatje 1189  Words | 3  Pages

  • Journey to English

    [pic] Journey Of English By Amir Efendi Headings: 1. Introduction ● Short story on English language 2. The Humble Origins ● Talking of my first introduction to English during childhood 3. A Tough Way ● Experience in trying to bring knowledge of the English language to a different level 4. Gaining The Skills ● When my English got better all that was left to was to make it excellent 5. The Journey Ahead ● The future as I see...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, German language 1013  Words | 4  Pages

  • Oum English

    TASK 2 Teaching English language is a big challenge in Malaysia. Pupils are still unable to master or even comprehend the language even after seven to six years learning the language at the primary levels. Verbs are one of the category pupils find problem with. Findings of the teaching in school over 60% of the mistakes detected can be categorized as morphological. This can be attributed to the different morphological structures between Bahasa Melayu and English, for example the use of “suku...

    Auxiliary verb, English language, Lingua franca 976  Words | 5  Pages

  • Standard English

    The question to ask is: ‘Why not use Standard English all the time?’ Language is a powerful communication tool the user holds to express their individual identity and ingroup solidarity. The use of Standard English helps to direct this, as it acts as the structure of communication, ingroup and between speech communities to effectively present a standard for mutual understanding. Outside of Standard English comes the use of slang, netspeak and textspeak, which helps to develop and enrich the language...

    Australian English, Dialect, English language 1216  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Vinglish

    for the Theatrical Trailer of English Vinglish can be found below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dWir9Q_Vek Official Movie Poster Director: Gauri Shinde Writer: Gauri Shinde Stars: Sridevi, Adil Hussain and Mehdi Nebbou Country: India Release Date: 5 October 2012 (India) Also Known As: Aangilam Vaangilam Length : 134 minutes Language: English | Hindi | French Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA Content: Money, fame and a knowledge of English. In India, these 3 factors play...

    England, English language, Human rights 1029  Words | 3  Pages

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