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A Rogerian argument can help bring two sides together.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 92 months ago in Linguistics | +18 votes | 2 comments
The question “When should your child learn a second language” can easily be answered with “as soon as possible”. Children can develop language skills already from birth and learn a second language together with their first language
Published by Erik Van Tongerloo 92 months ago in Linguistics | +21 votes | 10 comments
Learning a second language is a good idea for several reasons.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 92 months ago in Linguistics | +24 votes | 12 comments
Today, historians rely on linguistics to greater and greater degrees to understand the past. Then as today, language patterns are direct reflections of the socio-cultural climate of that time–patterns largely unique to that period. And this holds true regardless of the language, the culture, or the historic setting.
Published by James R. Coffey 92 months ago in Linguistics | +5 votes | 3 comments
Frisian is a language that's very close to English. Learn all about the fascinating history of this old language.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 93 months ago in Linguistics | +17 votes | 12 comments
Here are some arabic terms of common usage and thier meanings.
Published by aazeen kirmani 93 months ago in Linguistics | +2 votes | 0 comments
How often has this scenario played out in your life: You have been searching for something for something endlessly, and then made a totally unrelated discovery which changed you life for the better? - what is the mystery behind why this happens?
Published by Colin Dovey 94 months ago in Linguistics | +24 votes | 14 comments
An account of the word understanding throughout different eras, places, and from different men in history. An eye opening experience as to if we are truly hearing the word, understand for the first time in life while comparing it to the role of the people.
Published by Julie Frey 95 months ago in Linguistics | +3 votes | 6 comments
Whenever a student learns a new tense or sees a new usage for a word, he may overlook the need to incorporate new words into his vocabulary. Over the years a small proportion of new language learners have made that special effort to increase their word usage and so language coaches and authors have offered the following solutions to get the person from one level to the next. Obviously the purpose has not been to get the person to learn every word at once; effort has been made to divide these wor...
Published by Martin Dansky 98 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The English language its history and future
Published by Johnny Dod 98 months ago in Linguistics | +14 votes | 7 comments
In Dutch some animal names also mean something different.
Published by Martine Pauwels 99 months ago in Linguistics | +2 votes | 4 comments
South Asia or the Indian sub-continent as it is commonly known has many languages spoken which have been influenced through many years by the outside invasions.
Published by Drona Negi 100 months ago in Linguistics | +5 votes | 3 comments
EZ Grammar Guide. Affect vs Effect. When to use Affect or Effect. Easy Grammar. Grammar Guide
Published by David Sullivan 101 months ago in Linguistics | +6 votes | 2 comments
American, British and Australian Engineer all developed from one root. Now they are growing together again.
Published by Louie Jerome 102 months ago in Linguistics | +10 votes | 9 comments
Although the English language can be tricky, there is no excuse for the many blunders that abound in today's vernacular.
Published by Natasha Polak 105 months ago in Linguistics | +2 votes | 3 comments
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