A discussion of the importance of the english language english is also essential to the field of education in many countries, children are taught and encouraged to learn english as a second language. Essay on importance of english language in india category: important india on september 5, 2013 by anurag roy what is the role of english language in india. Vocabulary and its importance in language learning this book is about vocabulary teaching, but it is necessary first to vocabulary is central to english language. Technology's role in our lives is astonishing its effect on the way we communicate has changed the english language forever to be more specific, the way we speak today is, by and large, the way we spoke before the internet became what it is, albeit with an enriched vocabulary. There are many books and many websites describing the journey of the english language from its ancient origins to today's dynamic and powerful communication tool (you can find some of them on my sources and links page.
The story of english—from its start in a jumble of west germanic dialects to its role today as a global language—is both fascinating and complex this timeline offers a glimpse at some of the key events that helped to shape the english language over the past 1,500 years to learn more about the. The hidden bias of science's universal language most scientific research around the world is published in a single language, english the english language plays a dominant role, one. The role of language in education miss kelly said that when you talk to somebody it's like you're playing ball first the somebody asks you a question, and that means they throw the ball to you.
Importance of engli̇sh: in today's global world, the importance of english can not be denied and ignored since english is the most common language spoken everwhere with the help of developing technology, english has been playing a major role in many sectors including medicine, engineering, and education, which, in my opinion, is the most. The hope is that this discussion of spoken grammar and its place in foreign language instruction, along with the activities, will encourage english-language teachers and textbook writers to incorporate more elements of spoken grammar into their own curricula. The role of english as a world language - kristina eichhorst - term paper - english language and literature studies - linguistics - publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay. They were easily upset by how slang affects the english language they used, and they wanted their kids to conform to societal norms so hippies or pseudo hippies (kids who still lived at home, but who admired the dress and lifestyle of the hippie generation) went to great lengths to avoid formality in any aspect of life. Language is always changing, evolving, and adapting to the needs of its users this isn't a bad thing if english hadn't changed since, say, 1950, we wouldn't have words to refer to modems, fax machines, or cable tv.
Late modern english has many more words, arising from two principal factors: firstly, the industrial revolution and technology created a need for new words secondly, the british empire at its height covered one quarter of the earth's surface, and the english language adopted foreign words from many countries. This article examines the role of english in nigeria as a medium of communication, political activities-social and academic guidance from its historical perspective, and the duration of gradual transition to the present status of bilingualism and its democratization of language in conformity with national unification. The importance of english around the world june 3, 2014 by jenniferc english is now a global lingua franca, but was first a west germanic language spoken in medieval england. Since equality cannot be measured in this case, i will explain my thesis in the following manner: i will clarify the importance of language by explaining its role in each category as well as explaining how the other ways of knowing are not as significant in the areas of knowledge but it is included as my counter claim. Briggs, martin, second language teaching and learning: the roles of teachers, students, and the classroom environment (2014) literacy of local hispanic english.
Language consists of verbal-language and nonverbal-language nonverbal-language, which is called body-language, plays an important role in delivering message when people communicate with other a research show than in total impact of a message, 7 per cent comes from verbal, 38 percent comes from. Ijellh (international journal of english language, literature in humanities) is a ugc approved journal which is appearing in ugc approved journal list (serial no43979. Language lab plays a pivotal role in learning the spoken english the basic proficiency in spoken english is imparted to students through the language lab it is concluded that the language lab is the solution and need of the hour to learn the english language.
The role of gender and language learning strategies in learning english thesis submitted to the graduate school of social sciences of middle east technical university. As can be seen in more detail in the section on english today, on almost any basis, english is the nearest thing there has ever been to a global languageits worldwide reach is much greater than anything achieved historically by latin or french, and there has never been a language as widely spoken as english.
English plays a role of common language between all countries english is the official language for many countries and it plays a prominent role in all sector sof work and it is highly useful for business field and private sector. History and importance of english language in nigeria nf 12 comments the roles of english language in nigeria cannot be overemphasized as it is an important. English as a global language and its role in japan in fulfillment of the requirements of the sociolinguistics module submitted on december 2005. Supporting young children's language and literacy development has long been considered a practice that yields strong readers and writers later in life the results of the national early literacy panel's (nelp) six years of scientific research synthesis supports the practice and its role in.