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    research presented in this article was a study concerned with the Spanish grammatical gender agreement development of bilingual children, who attend a duel immersion school in the United States. The objective of this research project was to investigate the gender agreement system of Spanish of bilingual children as well as monolingual children. Previous studies have reported that monolingual Spanish speakers master the gender agreement by the age of 3 or 4. The generative approach to bilingual acquisition

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    Grammatical Gender and Linguistic Relativity Introduction Grammatical gender is a specific type of noun-classifier system in which all nouns in a language are assigned a gender. Gendered nouns are present in a number of the world’s languages, including the majority of Indo-European languages (although not English). Most languages that gendered nouns divide the genders into several common groupings: masculine and feminine; masculine, feminine, and neuter; or animate and inanimate. The languages that

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    Introduction Grammatical gender is the categorization of nouns into masculine and feminine, and (in addition) neuter in some languages. Grammatical gender is not always in accord with the natural gender of the nouns. Especially in languages with binary gender distinction, in which a noun is either masculine or feminine, the grammatical gender of inanimate nouns, abstract nouns, etc, is not always predictable and should be learnt as such. Even in some languages with masculine–feminine–neuter distinction

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    Castilian culture is the sum and average of the four main micro-cultures in Spain. Gannon and Pillai (2013) further this claim, stating that the "different peoples who invaded the Iberian Peninsula" brought with them "their respective cultures" (p.520). This results is a culture that is predominantly Mediterranean in nature, meaning it's a high-context, polychronic culture with a very minimal concept of personal space, but has traces of Celtic and Arab culture. These three primary characteristics

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    As far as humans know, we all think in words. Over the millennia, the complexity of human thought was expanded through the acquisition of language, and groups of words were created which the English language called “vocabularies”. In conjunction with the randomness of thought, words were used to provide labels or act as symbols for the tangible or emotional concepts humans truly wanted to express. When asked by King Henry why he put labels onto everything to justify his feelings, Thomas Becket replies

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    Introduction In recent years Odisha has become a hub of technical educational institutions. The focus in these institutions is the development of technical skills. However, it has also been observed that mere technical expertise does not ensure employability. Good communication skills are required to succeed in the profession. Hence, an attempt is being made to impart communication skills to technical students. The participation of students in English language classroom, however, is not very encouraging

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    Norwegian

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    Towards One World-Language? We live in a world were our language is constantly changing, and in the recent past our language has been affected because of a globalized world and technological development. The influence of English has become a global phenomenon. The question ''Will the Norwegian language survive or not?'' is something that is discussed alot today. Maybe it's time to protect Norwegian from English, and to preserve wealth of the Norwegian language, litterature and even the traditions

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    Development of Grammatical Morphemes in Bilingual Children By Rocio Laurel (April 9, 2014) It is known that like many other languages, English uses affixation to indicate tense. However, in English words there’s a variety of ways to indicate past tense. Such as suppletion, internal change and zero morphemes. According to the article “Morphology: How are words formed?” by Corrine McCarthy, many children who are learning English usually make irregular forms regular. This made me question if children

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    Subliminal Messages You pick up your new monthís edition of Time magazine from the breakfast table, and begin flipping through the pages. Before you get a chance to read the article on the next war, you come across an advertisement of Marlboro cigarettes; however, you see no cigarettes in the ad, just a picture of a beautiful sunset over a desert-cross. Advertisements such as these are viewed everywhere, where nature is the object being sold. Each nature representation is always selling different

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    Introduction Sexist language emerged as a result of the traditional fight for superiority and power between the two genders. Though sexist language has impacts on men and women, its negative impact on women is more pronounced through rampant ignorance of the female gender. Sexist language therefore represents the traditional notions of male domination where the role of women was reduced to supporting a man. These stereotypes demean women in society and make men appear superior. In essence, language

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