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    Across the world and throughout every culture, one of the most celebrated and integrated aspects of human development is language. From a child’s first word to quotes and speeches to the significance of someone’s ‘final words’, language is a deeply embedded element of human life, and is the main signifier that most would agree separates us from other species. Being able to talk, to listen and to communicate is especially important in a child’s development as it allows them to do three important tasks:

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    1.1.1. Language concept All that ordinary speakers mean by the language actually is the actual language and speech. The distinction between language and speech is theoretically justified by the Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure, one of the most famous theorists of linguistics and the founders of the modern stage in linguistics. Language is a system of units and rules of their functioning. In other words, language is the inventory (vocabulary) and grammar that exist in potency, in the opportunity

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    In a perfect world, all people speak to each other freely with no language barrier. However, that perfect world does not exist. Fortunately, thousands of individuals are trained to become capable of bridging the language barrier. These people, known as translators and interpreters, spend decades mastering languages and transcribing in between their first and second languages. While interpreters speak their chosen languages, translators writes and records. Translating “books, papers, reports, [and]

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    Language plays an important role in a human being's life because people would not communicate with others without there being a language. There are thousand of languages around the world. Due to this reason, communication can sometimes be difficult and inconvenient. Having a universal language will remove and make communication more convenient for people around the world to communicate with each other. Universal language would benefit people in many ways, but there are also some disadvantages to

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    Frank Smith once said that “a language sets you in a corridor for life. [But acknowledging other] languages open every door along the way.” If thought deeply, you’ll realise that the languages in our presence aren’t just built grammar structures. And it’s more than just the use in our everyday lives. It’s the amount of benefits that we receive from such an ability. Asides from “work ethics” and “minimised travelling issues”, it also develops a reflection of one’s mental state; of the way we determine

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    Importance of language According to Mead (1934) central to language and symbolist is human social life. Mead (1934) theory stated that there was three activities needed when developing the self; language, play and games. Language helps to develop the self by allowing people to interact with each other though not only words but also symbols and gestures. Mead’s (1934) theory puts more importance on symbols and gestures than language than words. (Giddens, 1989) Symbolic interactionism looks at how

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    Words We Speak Language is used to communicate in our daily lives and routines. Language helps people write, speak, read, and actively communicate with one another. Language also tends to build community; with that we gain a sense of belonging within others around us. Through language we can relate with other people and fit in with our personal experiences. The importance of language allows us to interact with all other parts of the world in an effective way. I love the language I speak, I wouldn’t

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    Introduction Language plays a fundamental role in the experiences of a child’s everyday life. Language can be both seen and heard in the words we use, our body language, how something is said, gestures, posture, facial expressions and body movements. Language can be oral, written, sign language and brail. Language can be diverse, for example, there are more than 6000 natural languages in the world, 400 of which are spoken in Australia (Woolfolk & Margetts, 2013) and over 200 different types of sign

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    atleast one language and other might even speak more than one language. Language Is a way of expressing ourselves to others around us. Language doesnot only constitute speaking, but engulfs all major aspects such as body language, gestures, written language and also behaviours. Usually people who speak only one language also know more than one Dialect. Certainly no one talks exactly the same way at all times. Different people speak and act differently in different situations. Language tends to change

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    Spoken gendered language differences are common worldwide, whether or not the differences are explicitly marked (Tsujimura, 2007). Traditionally, scholars in the fields of Japanese linguistics have claimed that there exists a very clear divide between the spoken linguistic ideals of women’s language (joseigo) and men’s language (danseigo). Although slight differences between Japanese male and female speech has been documented since around the 8th century, it was not until the 14th century in which

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