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Language is important to any culture, and every culture has a language to communicate with. The deaf and the blind to have their own language to communicate with. People have been known to articulate language from the people around us, and those words come from the culture. People get to know much from what they learn through talk since the culture influence the language (Dlaska, 2000).
Children who are taken to the boarding school at a young age mostly do not know their cultures. It is because they interact with different children from cultures who come together with a common language for instance they use English in their communications. This is threatening the extinction of other cultures (Dlaska, 2000).
Same language at times does not have the same culture, for instance, two countries can use a common language but have different cultures. Many people tend to confuse the sign language especially if they are from different countries for instance in India if someone nods he/she disagree while in other countries it means an
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Undoubtedly, all these elements are essential considerations for the practicing teacher in order that the learner is encouraged and stimulated to study and learn. First, language has a huge impact to learning. Harmon and Jones (2005) categorically compare language to a vehicle since both transmit a thing or idea (e.g., computer and information) from one place to another.
It is likely that changes will result in the next decade as the type or relations that occur through social networking continue to shift how emotions are expressed. If one examines the period from 1950 through 1980, there is a change that can be seen in how emotions become increasingly volatile and expressed more overtly between characters.
Mostly business and politics revolve around pleasing culture to gain competitive and political advantage respectively. According to Nelson (2009) language is the best way to gain both. Language has over the years been used as a tool of manipulation by politicians and business people.
Language is created in the way people move, the way their fact denotes emotion, and in the way in which they pause, breath, and tone their words. The film medium uses visual representations as language well beyond just the verbalized direction, with even the setting color and placement becoming a part of the communication that is intended.
This report talks about English which is today the language of the world. People find it efficient to have a global language but at the same time are afraid of losing their language and with it their identity. Globally, for effective communication, there has to be a common language and English happens to be the most suitable language.