• Hinglish
    A “mother tongue” is quite literally the language of the speaker’s mother. However, a child is not born with knowledge of this language nor is it something which is genetically transmitted. According to linguists, children can learn easily whichever languages they are exposed to till around the age of...
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  • All About Eassy
    ‘Lhum + beni’. with an aspirated ‘l’ of which ‘Lhum’ means ‘a vast land or flat land’ and ‘beni’ means ‘confluence of two rivers’ in Magar Kura - a language spoken by the Magars of mid-hills of Nepal[1]. Lumbini is on a vast land or ‘Tarai’ of western Nepal. And also, there seem to have been some sizable...
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  • Foreword to Kanthapura
    convey in a language that is not one’s own; the spirit that is one’s own. One has to convey the various shades and omissions of a certain thought-movement that looks maltreated in an alien language. I use the word ‘alien’, yet English is not really an alien language to us. It is the language of our intellectual...
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  • My college essay
    different states in India; hence I learnt two different languages from them: Kannada and Telugu, and I am very familiar with Sanskrit and Hindi. I am also glad saying that I went to an English medium school where I learnt English as my first language. There are many misconceptions regarding English being...
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  • Learning to Cope Up with Life in the Flat World
    so much diverse that when you travel from North to South or from East to West, everything changes including the language and the culture. So it was an opportunity for me to learn new language, meet new people and most of all new school and new friends. I joined new school and studied in the same school...
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  • resume
    and knowledge that I have gained over the course of my education. As a result of which I shall be able to aim towards the growth of the company and myself. I am thorough in preparation and presentation of new concepts. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION Year of Passing Degree Bachelor of Fashion Technology...
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  • Chemistry in Life
    |Jawahar Science College, Neyveli |Aug 2005 – Till date |Lecturer in Chemistry | | Languages Known : |Read |Write |Speak ...
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  • Nagendra Mishra Resume
    from U.P. Board, in 2002 with 63% Marks. | | |10th (Sanskrit) from Varanasi. Board, in 2000 with 59% Marks. | | | ...
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  • Education in Ancient India - Handbook of Oriental Studies
    Study Chapter 13: Memorizing the Veda Chapter 14: Professional Training Chapter 15: The Teachers Chapter 16: The Close of Study Chapter 17: Various Languages Chapter 18: Education and the Indian Character Abbreviations Bibliography Indices: Texts Authors Historical and Fictional Persons Places Schools Indian...
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  • The Rosetta Stone
    meaning. To begin, I will introduce you about myself, and my relationship to the Rosetta stone; as I mentioned before my name is Jean-François Champollion I have studied the Greek and Latin cultures and languages as well as Persian, Ethiopic, Sanskrit, Zend, Pahlavi and Arabic. My ultimate passion is...
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  • Rizal
    Philippines. To learn a new language, Rizal memorized five root words every night before going to bed. At the end of the year, he learned 1,825 new words. He never forgets these foreign words because of his retentive memory.  Rizal made a good use of his knowledge of many languages in his travels in Europe...
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  • Essays
    brim, and even above the brim. Then he flung outward, feet first, with a swish, Kicking his way down through the air to the ground. So was I once myself a swinger of birches. And so I dream of going back to be. It's when I'm weary of considerations, And life is too much like a pathless wood Where...
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  • Exam Review
    found mostly in Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Thailand. Mahayana is the type of Buddhism that is done by the lay (regular) people like you and myself; this tradition is found in China, Japan, and Korea. Lastly Vajrayana is the type of Buddhism that is tantric and brings about compassion and action...
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  • Learning a Language
    learns a language, it is always wise to learn how to speak the language in addition to learning how to read and write the language. It is wise to learn all the aspects of the language because, learning only one aspect of the knowledge can only take you so far. When beginning to learn a language, the learner...
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  • Word 2007 Doc
    poetry involves exact arrangements of syllables into repeated patterns called feet within a line. Meters are regularized rhythms. an arrangement of language in which the accents occur at apparently equal intervals in time. Each repeated unit of meter is called a foot. The number of metrical feet in a line...
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  • German History
    eighteenth century is so fundamental a watershed that departments should rarely entrust any one person to straddle both sides of it. I soon found myself teaching a freshman survey course, world history from 1500 to 1800, in which I had no formal training. Teaching world history was my road to Damascus...
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  • Hindi Nationalism
    Premchand makes his readers aware of the process of modernization in the case of language. In this essay we get to witness a connection between Hindi (old Hindi) and “Hindi” (new Hindi). Making of Hindi as a modern language connects to the programme of the imagining the nation largely in a broad manner...
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  • uniqueness in names
    make fun of it. With a name like Anmol I can tell you how both those reasons held me back as a child and made me hate my name. It was hard introducing myself to others because the sounds my name were not natural and I had to pronounce it in a way that didn’t scare the person off. Being such a social and...
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  • Indian History
    come to stay in a new land invariably encounter a world that is different: in terms of the landscape or physical environment as well as customs, languages, beliefs and practices of people. Many of them try to adapt to these differences; others, somewhat exceptional, note them carefully in Fig. 5.1a accounts...
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  • Papers
    State Languages 144 Richness of Dialects 145 National Language 145 Hindustani 149 Richness of the Hindi Language 149 National Language versus State Languages 150 Place of English 150 English versus Mother Tongue 151 English Language and Culture...
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