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  1. English Language
    Significance See also: English-speaking world and Anglosphere Modern English, sometimes described as the first global lingua franca,[19][20] is the dominant language or in...
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  2. a Brief History Of The English Language
    A Brief History of the English Language English is a member of the Indo-European family of languages. This broad family includes most of the European languages spoken today...
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  3. English Language
    Politics and English language is an essay written by George Orwell. In this essay he criticizes ’’ugly and innacurate’’modern English especially written English. He says...
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  4. Common Errors In English Language
    TABLE OF CONTENT Page Introduction 1 Dedication of common errors 2 Categories/groups which certain errors of falls 3  Confusables 3...
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  5. The Role Of English Language
    To give millions a knowledge of English is to enslave them. The foundation that Macaulay laid of education has enslaved us. I do not suggest that he had any such intention...
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  6. Why i Want To Study English Language?
    English Language? Once in my early age, I had seen an amazing movie but I did not understand it because it was played in English language...
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  7. Using English Language To Persuade
    What linguistic features are typically employed when the English language is used to persuade? In what ways do these features vary according to context? Illustrate...
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  8. Me Versus The English Language
    Me vs. The English Language One event that has changed my life is moving to a new country. I believe that it was a positive change because it...
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  9. Designing The English Language 101
    Why should immigrants have to learn or have to choose to speak the English language. According to most immigrants’ that choose to continue to speak only the language from...
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  10. Do You Agree Or Disagree With The Following Statement: The Most Important Problems In Today's World Will Be Solved...
    NA2011.03.04 Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: The most important problems in today's world will be solved in our lifetime. Some people...
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  11. Importance Of English Language In Modern World
    TENSES Tenses are a form of a verb used to indicate the time, and sometimes the continuation or completeness, of an action in relation to the time of speaking. | Tense is a...
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  12. Significance Of English Language In The Field Of Advertising
    We are living in an era of knowledge explosion in which advertising seems to be an indispensable building block of the media. Many young people want to enter this field...
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  13. English Language
    HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY If one wants to speak English fluently, the first condition is, remove the fear from your mind. English is not like a terrible wild animal...
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  14. English Language
    English = West Germanic Language originating in Anglo-Saxon England lingua franca status in many parts of the world as a result of the military, economic, scientific...
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  15. English Language
    English is a West Germanic language that arose in the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of England and spread into what was to become south-east Scotland under the influence of the...
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  16. Importance Of English
    SlideShare slideshare Upload Hd-icn Login Signup Home Leadership Technology Education Marketing Design More Topics...
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  17. U214
    Course: U214 TMA: 01 Why is it so difficult to decide how many speakers of English there are around the world today? The difficulty to define how many speakers...
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  18. Importance Of Computer To English Students
    English in computing From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The English language is sometimes described as the lingua franca of computing. In...
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  19. English As An International Business Language
    English as an international business language. The objective and the importance of the present study This present study is an approach to the language of Business English...
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  20. How To Improve My Language Proficiency In English?
    that you can improve your English proficiency. Reading is undoubtedly the best way to improve your English language skills. The important thing to remember when you...
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  21. English As An International Language
    English can play into the role of political freedom in some countries. English language...
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  22. ‘To What Extent Is Modern-Day English The Same Language As That Introduced To The British Isles One And a...
    TMA 01 ‘To what extent is modern-day English the same language as that introduced to the British Isles one and a half millennia ago?’ English is both a changed...
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  23. English Is a Fun Language
    international language? An international language is a language used international all around the world.English is an international language.I think English language...
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  24. French Canadian -English Canadian Hostiliy
    The war between France and England ended decades ago; but the conflict between the French and English speaking settlers in Canada could still be felt as a result of many...
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  25. Spelling In English
    The Challenge of Spelling in English The American spelling bee does not sting, though it makes many children cry, does not produce honey, though it holds other sweet...
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  26. Weird English Words Facts
    The oldest English words are about 14,000 years old that originate from pr-Indo-European language group called “Nostratic” which means “Our language”. Words that have...
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  27. On Application Of Pun In Advertisement English From The Perspective Of Pragmatics
    On Application of Pun in Advertisement English——from the Perspective of Pragmatics Abstract Advertising language is the core and soul of advertisement. Pun, as a...
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  28. Vowel Changes From Old To Modern English
    The Great Vowel Shift English is a language spoken by millions of people world wide. In many countries in the world you can make yourself understood by speaking in...
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  29. Language And Support In Family
    MEMORIAS DEL III FORO NACIONAL DE ESTUDIOS EN LENGUAS (FONAEL 2007) ISBN 978-968-9308-13-3 From curriculum to syllabus design: The different stages to design a programme...
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  30. Compartive Study Of China English And American English
    A History of the English Language ⅠIntroduction: Language: a system of arbitrary, vocal symbols used for human communication a system of words formed from...
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