• England And Global Language
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    This essay will be about the prohibition of English words in France by law. It is quiet a big problem to forbid words only because the government is afraid that it s own language could die. The spread of English all over the world and it s position as global language can t be stopped or disputed and that is why I think that it is irresponsible to outlaw English words. In one or two decades English will be spoken everywhere and nobody will be able to communicate without using English. That is wh...
  • Ebonics Black English
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    Ebonics, or Black English, was recently a controversial topic in the United States, when the Oakland School District school board attempted to classify ebonics as a completely different language from Standard American English (SAE). There was further controversy when the school board stated that ebonics was genetic. This report will explain Ebonics and its origin, as well as the Oakland school board case. There are over 20 million blacks in the United States today. It is hard to tell exactly how...
  • National Language Learning English
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    Good Morning Recently the United States Congress has been debating whether or not to declare that English is the national language of the United States and that all instruction in public schools is in English. There is no question what the language of this country is, it is irrefutably English, it was the language of our Founding Fathers and the language that the Declaration of Independence was written in, as well as the United States Constitution. I resolutely believe that the United States Con...
  • Bilingual Education English Language Students
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    The Limitations of Language The 14 th Amendment in the United States Constitution dictates that any citizen of the United States shall receive the equal protection of civil rights, with due process of the law and cannot be discriminated against based upon race, origin, sex, class or political affiliation. Thus, educational policy in the United States is focused on providing the equal opportunities for all students. One heated debate in American education policy making is the use of bilingual edu...
  • Language Conflict In And
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    The conflict in Canada between the people who speak French and those who speak English can trace its roots to Colonial times. Since Canada was originally a French colony, the majority of the people originally spoke French. In 1760, during the French Indian War, England gained control of Canada. This led to a large number of English speaking settlers who eventually became more numerous that the original French speaking settlers. Two distinct cultural groups evolved the French, mostly in Quebec, ...
  • How To Improve Your English
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    How To Improve Your English English is now the international language. So it is very important to learn English well. We should study English in the correct way, so that we can makethe most of the time we spend learning English. Discovering ways to improve their English is a problem which baffles many students. There are three ways to improve English First of all, We have to learn many English words and study English grammar in great detail. Reading is the best way to increase vocabularies and l...
  • The Imoirtannce And Difficulty Of Teaching English
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    The Importance and Difficulty of Teaching EnglishByJeffrey Dobson Period 36/1/00 Part 1: The Importance of English "In the world were over seven thousand languages have, one language had become dominate. This dominant language is English."In the majority of countries throughout the world speak English as their second or first language, no longer just America or England." English has taken many forms, American English, the Queen's English, Australian, Canadian English, and several others. Even Am...
  • Conflict In Roanoke English Indians Wanchese
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    Much conflict in Roanoke was going on. It first started when Manteo and Wanchese went on a journey to England. When the English came to Roanoke, they tried to trade, but it did not go as planned. The most important event that caused conflict was the disease English men brought over; the Indians were not immune to it. Manteo and Wanchese make a long voyage over the Atlantic Ocean to England. Presently, the English are taking two brave Indians selected by chief Winging. During their stay, Wanches...
  • Basic Assumptions In Teaching English As An International Language
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    Introduction The worldwide growing interest in English stresses the need for a new approach to English language teaching. This new orientation is called English as an International Language (EIL). Basic to this approach is the realization of the world's exceptional condition in terms of human relations, made possible by improvements in communication technology. As a result, English as an international language and several other names with relatively similar conceptual frameworks have been propos...
  • English Is Difficult For Me
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    I am chinese education, so that my English is not good. I am already is a college student. I have a big problem is on my English. I am very difficult to communicate with my classmate and all my assignment and exam cann not write in better. I am very difficult to give my idea in property English. It like a children's essay. I am very feel shame about that. How i got to do in my English? i can remember all the rule of grammer, but i do not know how to use it and when to use it is proper. i always...
  • English Is Everyones Second Language
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    "English is Everyone's Second Language." English is, to date, the world's most influential language. Over one thousand million people throughout the world speak at least some. English is used as a common tongue, uniting speakers of different languages. It is used in governments and means of travel worldwide. A fantastic amount of media such as books, newspapers, television and movies from across the world are all in the English language. As is a great amount of music. Especially important in th...
  • How It Help Learn English
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    With the evolution of Information Technology in the past ten years, IT has been widely used in Education undoubtedly. How is learning if English being affected? in this essay, I shall discuss the pros and cons of using IT in learning English. One clear advantage of using IT to learn English is that it provides assistance in learning English with an untiring tutor. Many English CD-ROMS provide students with answer key and explanation. this facilitates set-learning. It can also enhance communicat...
  • Improve The Quality Of Life
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    Life is very difficult for the first generation of immigration in America. There are many reasons responsible to this situation, both from society and from individuals. I think one of the major reasons is our poor English. I have been in United States more than ten years and I have a nice job, working for a biotech company as a senior scientist and the Research Manager. But my English is still very poor, because almost all the scientists in my company are Chinese. The major language we speak at...
  • Black English Language African Slaves
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    The history of Black English in the United States is complex and even today only partly understood. Black English is also referred to as Black language, African American Vernacular English, Black English Vernacular or Vernacular Black English, Ebonics, African American English, "the language of soul," and "the shuffling speech of slavery." There has been much controversy over the history of Black English and how it came about. Many linguists trace the development of Black English back to the tim...
  • The English Language People Words Period
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    The English language is the language spoken by an estimated 300 million people as a first language in the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It has official status in over fifty countries, notably in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia, and is the most widely used second language in the world. Germanic speakers began settling in England from northern Germany and southern Denmark from about AD 450, and Viking invasions in the 9 th century added a Scandinavian element to th...
  • The Mother Tongue Native Speak
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    Dear Editor, I am writing to comment on the article! yen The Mother Tongue! | by Bill Bryson. In his article Bryson suggested that English has a flexibility that sets it apart from other languages and it is the most concise language. These make English is fast becoming world language. As a non English native speaker, who is also not so familiar with other languages that he has mentioned in the article, I am quite convinced by the examples that he gave. It is also very true that English is a comm...
  • The Who What And Where Of Standard English
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    The Who, What, and How of Standard English What is Standard English? It is the variety of English that is generally acknowledged as the model for the speech and writing of educated speakers. People who speak Standard English are often understood by people who speak different dialects. In recent years, however, the term has more often been used to distinguish the speech and writing of middle-class educated speakers' from the speech of other groups who use non-standard English. One example ...
  • English Class Wuest Coach Novels
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    My first quarter in English was a blast. I had a great time in coach Wuest's English class. He was very funny and taught me a lot. My classmates were fun as well. The activities I did in English class were awesome. In coach Wuest's class, I had to learn new spelling words and read a book called Animal Farm. I also learned nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, and interjections. I also learned anagrams. I had to write reports on two short stories called Man vs. Nature i...
  • American Language English Official Immigrants
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    In the beginning, this country w pot. Many different people, from many different countries, of many differ as a melting ent ethnic groups, speaking in many different tongues came to America. English arose as the predominant language of the United States. Over time, people realized the importance of staying in touch with their cultural backgrounds, including the language of their native countries. The main problem presented now lies in communication and interaction with each other. It is obvious...
  • Bilingual Education Lo English Students Speaking
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    Lo sien to se? or. No he aprendido hablar in gl? s. No puedo ayudarlo. (I'm sorry Sir. I didn't learn to speak English. I can't help you. ) When visiting McDonald's and having a non-English speaking person taking your order, one becomes frustrated with the lack of appreciation for learning English. Today, schools in Arizona no longer have true bilingual education classes; they have almost all Spanish instruction with limited English instruction. From the time bilingual education for Spanish was...