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    “Germarican” Media     6 “Denglish” – The German Youth Language     7 Conclusion     8 Works Cited     9 Rough Draft     11 Peer Editing Sheets     17 Topic     19 Working Title     20 Thesis Statement     21 Outline     22 Abstract     24 Working Bibliography     25 Preface To begin with, I would like to introduce the term anglicism. An anglicism is a word from British or American English used in a non-English language (Yang 7). Today, our world is closer

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    structure of language. This paper included an analysis of phonological speech errors that was carried out to examine into the organization of the lexicon of segments within syllables and words in three languages such as: Arabic, English, and German. As it is mentioned, Arabic speech errors tend to be less sensitive to the structure than the English and German slips. In addition to that, it is stated that the structure of the hierarchical representation is slower in Arabic than in English and German due to

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    Difficult Dialects: Pennsylvania Dutch

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    a significant impact on the English language of the Pennsylvania area. Study of Pennsylvania Dutch is difficult for researchers because of the scarcity of books printed in it. The language had been preserved largely by word of mouth and lacks a traceable history through written works, making it difficult to trace its development (Follin, 1929, p. 455). However, what there has been much research on is how it differs from modern German, also called High German, and also how Pennsylvania Dutch and

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    consistent customer of Robert Childan. Robert Childan is a tradesman who sells American antiques to the rich Japanese. Mr. Baynes is a German spy set on preventing a war between Germany and Japan. Although he is German, he strongly dislikes the Nazis. Juliana Frink is the ex-wife of Frank Frink. She is incredibly attractive however unstable and scared. Joe Cinnadella in a German assassin set on killing the author of The Grasshopper Lies Heavy. He becomes the lover of Juliana Frink in an attempt to get close

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    Anselm Kiefer

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    Joseph Beuys who is another German artist (Safra pg.139). In the painting March Heath Kiefer uses a variety of color. However the color’s that are used are dark colors and earth tone color. The center of this painting is the road that vanishes into the background. It is obvious that Kiefer wanted this to be the main object of the painting. Where the road vanishes is in the center also. However Kiefer does not tell us where the road leads. At the bottom of the painting the German words “Markische Heid”

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    Time's Arrow by Martin Amis Life is no bowl of cherries. Sometimes you can't explain everything. You just can't, and Martin Amis knows this. Time's Arrow is a book on the holocaust. There is nothing new about its material, and it makes no attempt at explaining anything. So why bother reading (or writing) it? What separates this book from your average "holocaust book" is that this really will, as it says on the backcover, present you with a "different" perspective. Time's Arrow is not your

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    Alsace

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    Including the Franks, Celts, the Alemannic tribe and not to mention the Nazis and the Third Reich led by Adolf Hitler. With so much history the country has a large population base of Germans. The area itself speaks its native French language with a somewhat German accent. Its structures and clothing were traditionally of German roots, as well as its food. However the beautiful province of Alsace still holds true to its French ways none the less. The Alsatian love their wines and cheese dishes just as much

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    global language

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    definition of a universal language and widely use of English. Thus it can be seen that the crucial status of a global language. The requirement of a universal language can be attributed to cross-cultural communication, historical justification and economic repercussions. A universal language promotes communication, particularly between nations. Take English for example, today a growing number of international conferences designate English as their chief working language. In the first place, denizens

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    The words of every language are divided into several word classes, or parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs and adjectives etc. The words of a given class exhibit two or more forms in somewhat different grammatical circumstances. These forms are not interchangeable and each can be used only in a given grammatical situation. This variation in form is required by the existence of a grammatical category applying to that class of words. Thus a grammatical category is "a linguistic category which has

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    Southern Brazil in combination with the German migrant’s determination to remain German, allowed the migrants to remain relatively independent of the Brazilian government’s interference. The lack of Lusophone influence created an ideal environment for recreating a German like society, and these German settlements began to establish schools, newspapers, and institutions that were exclusively German and protestant (Cassidy 369). The isolation allowed German migrants to completely resist assimilation

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