Linguistic Relativity Hypothesis

Human beings are immensely shaped by the language(s) they speak. ...

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Port Choice Determinants Competitive Environment

TONGZON (2002) examines port choice determinant in a competitive environment Based on the related literature survey, amongst shippers located at Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. ...

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The Importance Of Language

Language is not merely a reproducing instrument for voicing ideas but rather is the shaper of ideas. ...

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Grammar Translation Approach

Until WWII the Grammar-Translation Approach was the method used in English language classrooms. ...

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Kernel Patterns Language Learning Process

The question how human being is able to learn his native language has always been a great interest of linguistic science. ...

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Childrens Language Learning

People are very much interested in learning languages and knowing whether language is something that is as natural to humans as walking and smiling. ...

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The Genetic Blueprints Of Language

In 2006 an associate professor at MIT included his 9 month child in an experiment meant to acquire and analyze his baby first sounds, in the ambiguous attempt to unravel how humans acquire their first words and the early grammatical knowledge. ...

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An Interactive Feedback Based Tutorial System

Building on previous researches on guided summarization practice with automated feedback, this research proposal describes the design and development of a feedback-based tutorial system for computer-aided language learning, one that assesses and improves the comprehension and expressive abilities of EFL students. ...

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Relation Between Thought And Language

In the field of linguistic theory, the relation between thought and language is still an emerging topic of discussion. ...

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The Polysynthesis Parameter

In the domain of second language (henceforth L2) acquisition, it has been central issue whether native-like grammatical proficiency is possible beyond critical period, namely post-puberty. ...

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Kazakh And Russian

As in the other Central Asian republics, the preservation of indigenous cultural traditions and the local language was a difficult problem during the Soviet era. ...

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Arabic Grammar Origin And Development

Most works on the history of linguistics concentrate on Western Traditions of language and grammar. ...

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Factors That Influence People Think

This paper explores the relations between the factors that influence the way people think and their behaviour, also here I will explain my opinion about the point of view of Sapir (1921). ...

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The Nature Of Genericity

The modality of a statement differs from tense and aspect in that it does not refer directly to any characteristic of the event, but the status of the proposition [in which that event is mentioned] (Palmer, 2001). ...

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The Constitution Of India

India is a multi-lingual society where a child is born with exposure to at-least 2 or more languages. ...

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Conclusions And Suggestions

I went to the(1) library yesterday in order to obtain the(2) book you recommended in your lecture yesterday but I was told that I had to fill in a(3) reservation form. ...

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Human Beings Cant Live Alone

The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis is a topic that is very interesting to be analyzed, despite the fact that this hypothesis is contradicted by most of other experts. ...

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Development Of The Interlanguage Grammars

The way in which our innate language abilities are able to influence how successfully we manage to use a language is a somewhat debated and controversial topic within the world of linguistics and cognitive science. ...

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English As A Global Language

David Crystal causes the English language fit to become a global language. ...

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Historical Perspective Of Emotional Intelligence

For many years people have disputed the relationship between emotion and performance. ...

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Correspondence Theory Of Truth

In the chapter section entitled Truth of Michael Lynch's The Nature of Truth, J.L. Austin's version of the correspondence theory... ...

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The Cleft Palate

In 1928, William Edward Mandall Wardill described cleft palate as one of the rare cases of perfect speech result. ...

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Method Of Human Communication

Language is defined by the Oxford dictionary as the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the... ...

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Review Of Related Literature

The chapter will firstly discuss on variation in definitions and approaches to discourse analysis. ...

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Fed Ex History

Fed ex is more diverse in its operations with even small subsidiaries and also in making a meaningful relation between them. ...

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Language And Culture A Reciprocal Relationship

Human beings do not live in the object world alone, nor alone in the world of social activity as ordinarily understood, but are very much at the mercy of the particular language which has become the medium of expression for their society. ...

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Matter Of Language

We see and hear and otherwise experience very largely as we do because the language habits of our community predispose certain choices of interpretation. ...

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