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A historical study of Azari language a historical study of azari language A historical study of Azari language a historical study of azari language

A historical study of Azari language

The present study investigates history of Azari language through over time and the reasons that affect on structure of this language in gradual process and finally shifting it to Turkic subgroup from Iranian subgroup and after a while, Iranian speakers decreased and currently there are few groups as minority speakers in some villages that are far from cities and don’t have communication with majority of speakers in this western-North of Iran.

A Study on English Language Proficiency of EFL Learners in Bangladesh a historical study of azari language A Study on English Language Proficiency of EFL Learners in Bangladesh a historical study of azari language

A Study on English Language Proficiency of EFL Learners in Bangladesh

This is well comprehensive study of English language which emphasizes the proficiency of the spoken medium as form of communication and system of teaching English language in North-Eastern part of Bangladesh for Ph.D. research work. Some treatment of the historical background of this area is included as well as information concerning the acoustic nature of English language proficiency of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners.This book is intended for advanced students and for teachers of English. As a reference book it contains information from EFL Learners and teachers of English language ranging from relatively simple points to advanced problems.

The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society a historical study of azari language The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society a historical study of azari language

The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society

This book challenges basic concepts that have informed the study of sociolinguistics. It proposes a critical poststructuralist perspective that examines the socio-historical context that led to the emergence of dominant sociolinguistic concepts and develops new theoretical and methodological tools that challenge these dominant concepts.

A Philological Approach to English a historical study of azari language A Philological Approach to English a historical study of azari language

A Philological Approach to English

Philology is the branch of linguistics which seeks to investigate and describe how and why languages develop in the course of time. Its domain is language in terms of diachronic approach. Therefore, historical linguistics should not be regarded as a minor scope in the study of language. All linguistic fields do not function in isolation, hence justifying the claim to dependent status of synchronic linguistics. Importance should be equally given to diachronic and synchronic consideration vis-a-vis linguists concerned with the study of any particular language.

A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED GREETING CARDS a historical study of azari language A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED GREETING CARDS a historical study of azari language

A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED GREETING CARDS

This study demonstrates the aesthetics, emotivity, and graphology of language use in greeting cards by comparing greeting cards produced in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. The data for the study are randomly selected to cover a wide range of occasions and situations, such as Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, Marriages, Examinations, Graduation, Illness, and Bereavement. Describing the context and content of the selected greeting cards, their orthographic and rhetoric features, sentence types, diction and, interpreting all these indices with regard to their environment of production, the author has been able to show that the language of greeting cards is another variety of English Language.

A Crosslinguistic Study Among Different Types of Bilinguals a historical study of azari language A Crosslinguistic Study Among Different Types of Bilinguals a historical study of azari language

A Crosslinguistic Study Among Different Types of Bilinguals

Learning is connecting something old with something new. Something old refers to the knowledge we already possess and something new represents the information we are exposed to for the first time. When we are exposed to a new language, we automatically learn it from the point of view of the language(s) we already know. In this study, we explore the different ways background languages influence the acquisition of a new language.

The English Language and Linguistics Companion a historical study of azari language The English Language and Linguistics Companion a historical study of azari language

The English Language and Linguistics Companion

Interested in discovering how language works? Daunted by the prospect of studying linguistics at university? The English Language and Linguistics Companion is a tool-kit for the novice linguist. Integrating study skills with substantive coverage, it offers an innovative approach to the study of English language and linguistics, helping students see how their chosen discipline 'fits together'.A one-stop resource, this practical and highly accessible guide:• Provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary approaches to the study of language and outlines the contribution of significant scholars to the development of the field• Introduces the core topics and concepts of linguistics and the study of language and summarizes key issues in applied linguistics • Defines and illustrates the key terms and concepts in the discipline of linguistics• Offers practical advice on the skills required when studying linguistics and suggests a range of possible career pathways• Illustrates approaches to linguistic research and recommends resources for linguistic inquiry and the study of language Packed full of information and guidance, this is an essential resource for prospective linguistics students and anyone with an interest in the study of language.

A study of common errors in written english telugu medium students a historical study of azari language A study of common errors in written english telugu medium students a historical study of azari language

A study of common errors in written english telugu medium students

English in India is neither a home language nor a foreign language, in terms of its uses in the community, but rather an indispensable second language. It would be absurd to expect an average Indian child to achieve the same degree of sophistication in handling the language, after perhaps rather less than 300 hours a year instruction in it over five or six years as his English counterpart who is immersed in the language all his working hours. Nowadays, whenever an educationist open his mouth to speak, a few words are bound to fall from his lips on the teaching of English: the importance of English as a basic subject; the necessity of giving it a prominent place on the time-table, and of making sure that the school learner possesses enough of it be able to fill in forms at the labour exchange. The reduced importance of English after independence may not be directly responsible for the fall in the standard of achievement of the pupils in English though it has rather indirectly resulted in the reduction of the place of English in the school curriculum. The number of periods allotted for the teaching of English in the schools is considerably reduced.

ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH SYNTAX a historical study of azari language ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH SYNTAX a historical study of azari language

ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH SYNTAX

Attaining competence in a language is very important to the speakers of any language, and more so to those who learn a language for a particular purpose. However, it is not always easy to attain competence due to the influence of the learners'' first language. This book explores the syntactic errors, which result from L1 transfer in the process of acquiring English as a second language by Keiyo L1 learners of English, and whether teaching plays a role in the elimination of the errors. Error analysis and Inter-language theories constituted the theoretical framework of the study. The study sample was drawn from pupils who are L1 speakers of Keiyo. This book is a major scholarly contribution in Second Language Acquisition studies and language education curriculum planning.

A study on the relationship between Video Gaming and Language Learning a historical study of azari language A study on the relationship between Video Gaming and Language Learning a historical study of azari language

A study on the relationship between Video Gaming and Language Learning

When you think of Video Gaming, what immediately springs to mind? Action? Adventure? Heartache? Rage? How about Language Learning? No? Didn’t think so. In traditional gaming, language learning is not something that would be considered a factor. However, this dissertation is going to look into that very subject, to observe traditional gaming and see its impact on language. By using both conventional and unconventional methods to look into this untapped area of video game academia, we will be able to explore this complex and fascinating area.

Taking a Poststructuralist Perspective on Language and Gender a historical study of azari language Taking a Poststructuralist Perspective on Language and Gender a historical study of azari language

Taking a Poststructuralist Perspective on Language and Gender

This book deals with conversational styles in all-male and all-female groups. The aim and scope of this study is to analyze conversations of single-sex and mixed-sex interactions with respect to conversational styles within the postmodern framework. The first part of this book consists of the presentation, discussion and critical evaluation of crucial study results within the three main frameworks to the language and gender area. The second part comprises an empirical study of 7 transcribed conversations from the TV series Desperate Housewives. The aim of this study was to analyze the representation of conversational behavior of men and women in single-sex and mixed-sex-groups.The transcribed conversations were analyzed for topic choice, topic control, interruptions, conversational dominance, the form and function of humor as well as for features which have been traditionally assigned to men and women, respectively. The implications which can be derived from the study are summarized in the closing section of this book.

Seven Ways of Looking at Language a historical study of azari language Seven Ways of Looking at Language a historical study of azari language

Seven Ways of Looking at Language

From the publication of Noam Chomsky's revolutionary Syntactic Structures in 1957, to the counter-revolutions that followed, linguistics has seen many fashions over the years. With new ideas and discoveries constantly challenging the ways we look at language, Ronald Macaulay provides a brief and lively introduction to some of the different approaches linguists have taken to the study of language in all its complexity. Considering language as Meaning, Sound, Form, Communication, Identity, History and Symbol, Macaulay examines the main issues, debates and ideas that have emerged in language study over the last fifty years.Designed for the intending student, as well as the non-specialist general reader with an interest in language, Seven Ways of Looking at Language concisely conveys a review of exciting work in the core areas of linguistics, including phonetics, syntax, semantics, language interaction, language variation, language change and the significance of writing. A helpful glossary, as well as detailed suggestions for further reading, makes this the ideal starting point for anyone wishing to learn about the study of language.

Seven Ways of Looking at Language a historical study of azari language Seven Ways of Looking at Language a historical study of azari language

Seven Ways of Looking at Language

From the publication of Noam Chomsky's revolutionary Syntactic Structures in 1957, to the counter-revolutions that followed, linguistics has seen many fashions over the years. With new ideas and discoveries constantly challenging the ways we look at language, Ronald Macaulay provides a brief and lively introduction to some of the different approaches linguists have taken to the study of language in all its complexity. Considering language as Meaning, Sound, Form, Communication, Identity, History and Symbol, Macaulay examines the main issues, debates and ideas that have emerged in language study over the last fifty years.Designed for the intending student, as well as the non-specialist general reader with an interest in language, Seven Ways of Looking at Language concisely conveys a review of exciting work in the core areas of linguistics, including phonetics, syntax, semantics, language interaction, language variation, language change and the significance of writing. A helpful glossary, as well as detailed suggestions for further reading, makes this the ideal starting point for anyone wishing to learn about the study of language.

The Linguistic Face of Africa a historical study of azari language The Linguistic Face of Africa a historical study of azari language

The Linguistic Face of Africa

The book explores language families in Africa, official languages since independence, language death and dying, and globalization of African languages. The book discusses the role of African universities in revitalizing African languages, indigenous knowledge and education systems. The book also focuses on the role of Afro-centric bilingual lexicography in enhancing social stability and national development with special reference to Kenya. Historical contributions to the African linguistics and lexicography with special emphasis to the historical discourses of the late historical guru Professor Atieno-Odhiambo are also revisited. This is a vital book for general linguistics, historical linguistics and also bilingual lexicography.

Language Policy, Use and Attitudes a historical study of azari language Language Policy, Use and Attitudes a historical study of azari language

Language Policy, Use and Attitudes

This study was a sociolinguistic survey of the current language policies, language use and language attitudes in the EAC partner states. A critical examination of the current language policies, a description of language choice and use in various situations and contexts and the attendant language attitudes were done. The empirical information gathered on these variables was to be used as a basis for the formulation of a language policy that promotes EAC integration and the linguistic diversity attendant in the region. The major findings of the study were: The current language policy and language planning has further expressly shaped language policy at the EAC level; The rich tapestry of languages in the EAC region is vibrant and in daily use by people of all generations in various contexts, situations and in the media. In most contexts, a combination of languages is preferred. The use of all these languages ensures that effective and meaningful communication is achieved; Instrumental reasons form the strongest need for European languages while various combinations of languages provide the greatest integrative value.

Second Language Identity and Social Structuring a historical study of azari language Second Language Identity and Social Structuring a historical study of azari language

Second Language Identity and Social Structuring

Currently, in Japan, not only travel agencies and publishing houses but also universities have been encouraging students to study abroad by suggesting the beneficial outcomes of study abroad programs in terms of L2 proficiency and personal competence. Such promotion has been supported by numerous studies on language proficiency gains through study abroad programs in which participants are expected to use a second language and on increase of international awareness. However, what is notably absent from these aforementioned studies is any attention on learners’ perception of using the language as a foreigner during their time abroad. This study focuses on Japanese university students' construction of second language identity and how social structure influences their language learning and the construction of their identities.

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