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According to one great writer: "The more languages you know - the more times you are a man". To my mind, it is true because we can't live without foreign language in our days.There are a lot of ways of learning language. ... Now I can say that having pen friends abroad can also help in learning language. About four years ago, I was in Germany and had to communicate with German pupil. The problem was that I didn't know German so we should speak English. ...
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German immigration started as earlyas 1607. ... At first it was especially the language that separated Germanimmigrants from their British counterparts. At the end of the RevolutionaryWar, it was even suggested that German be the new language to separate usfrom Britain. ... Germans did contribute manyfamiliar words into the English language such as blitz, kaffeeklatsch,kindergarten, pretzel, sauerkraut, and weiner. ... Germans felt some prejudice during World War I,when people called Germans "Huns." ...
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German immigration has been a huge influence in our country's development. ... Their influences can be seen in town names (name here) and there is a high population in the United States of German descendants with German names. ... This sect was persecuted highly in Germany. ... New York was also a German "hot spot." ... The rate of German immigration went down until the early 1800's when the Jews of Germany fled to America. ...
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Essay on Germany The start of WW1 in 1914 came from the build up of many shifting attitudes in Europe, particularly in Germany whose unstable society and old fashioned political order made Germany ripe for involvement in the war. ... There were clashes over power, over ideas, over religion, over language, and a growing dissatisfaction with the monarch - type of rule. Germany was becoming modern and yet it was still archaic. ... It was his decision to say if Germany went to war. ... The German Fleet was ordered to double its size. ...
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"Eighty-five percent of international organizations now use English as one of their working languages, 49 percent use French and fewer than 10 per cent use Arabic, Spanish or German." (123) According to the same source approximately 370 million people speak English as a first language, 370 million people speak it as a second language and about 700 million speak it as a foreign language. (123, 139) The spread of English as a common global language is not without its controversy, as the language continues to permeate many cultures it also leaves behind a legacy of dominance and in many cases ...
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Did Germany cause World War 1?... She saw Germany's continued expansion as a threat. ... Admiral Tirpitz of Germany opposed any plans for naval disarmament. ... By 1914 there was nearly one hundred and eighty books written on the subject of major war in various different languages: Der Weltkreig (1904), depicted a German conflict with Britain. ... The reason for Germanys part in the outbreak of war was due to a telegram sent to Franz Joseph guaranteeing Austria Germany's support in the event of a war. ...
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Second, Germans had a knowledge of languages that the English firms lacked. Third, German industry was aided by their government. ... Japan like Germany was able to catch up to the U.S. ... The German-Great Britain trade rivalry is different then the U.S.... The German-British trade rivalry and the Japan U.S. ...
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How did the Franco-German alliance promotethe idea of the European Communityand the Union ?... Maybe it's because of language barriers, religion, historical events, of differences in politics, the economy or even culture; no-one knows for sure. ... Many answers may come to mind but anyone one them will have the same origin, that is the co-operation between France and West Germany. ... The ECSC was conceived by France as a confidence-building mechanism between Germany and itself, and as a compromise between the two, France haven given up a part of its sovereign power in order to secure a...
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The German-Great Britain Trade Rivalry in Comparison to the US-Japan RivalryThe German-Great Britain trade rivalry like theU.S.... Second,Germans had a knowledge of languages that the English firmslacked. ... The German-Great Britain trade rivalry is different thenthe U.S.... The German-Great Britain trade rivalry like theU.S.... Second,Germans had a knowledge of languages that the English firmslacked. ...
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Germany is divided into five regions. ... Germany has one of the lowest birthrates in the world. In the west the rate is 10.5 births per 1,000 inhabitants per year.The German language has a number of dialects. ... The common language was a link that brought the divided nation together.The Cultural LifeThe considerable cultural autonomy of the states has led t the formation of large and small cultural centers with different profiles. ... There were dramatic changes in eastern Germany. ...
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LANGUAGE SHOULD BE LEFT ALONEIn American society language is constantly operated for political intentions. ... When the surrounding are bad, language must suffer for example the German, Russian and Italian languages have all deteriorated as a result of dictatorship. Language can corrupt thought. ... " In 1753 Benjamin Franklin voiced his concern the German immigrants were not learning English: "Those [Germans] who come hither are generally the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation...They will soon so outnumber us, that all the advantages we have will not, in My Opinion, be able to...
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For Germany, after the failure of the German revolutionaries of 1848, the German confederation was a loose union of thirty-nine states. ... To do that, he decided to ally with the forces of German nationalism to defeat and expel Austria from German affairs. ... By this time, the south German states had agreed to join a new German Empire. William the first was named emperor of Germany. ... Italy and Germany wanted to unify their people through common language and heritage, the United States, although dominantly English speaking, originated from a many kinds of cultures. ...
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In World War I, The Choctaw Indians successfully confused the Germans who tried to tap the U.S. ... (U.S. and WWII, pg. 189) The American Military wanted to take full use of the Native American language to confuse the Germans who were tapping U.S. communications. ... Johnston believed that the Navajo language fit the requirements for a code that could not be easily deciphered because it is an unwritten language. The Navajo language was also extremely complex. ... They also encoded a series of directions from General George Patton, which led to success of destroying German army tank. ...
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In addition to the political stage I will describe the economic situation in Germany as this is probably the most discussed topic in Germany at the moment. ... Germans probably became matured. ... Moreover, Germany's role in Europe and in the world, especially after its reunification, changed significantly.But Germany still has to cope with its History. ... The conceivable threat of a revived German nationalism and the struggle for a hegemonic position on the continent - and thus the re-appearance of the German question - was to counter not only by the respective behaviour of German fore...
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Adrienne Harris August 20, 2001The History of the English LanguageThe English language is one of the major languages of the world. ... There were three periods in the English Language. ... As a result French became the dominant language. ... It has gone from being a language spoken only by the common people to one of the most dominant languages in today's world. ... Old English has more of German or Gothic resemblance. ...
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Language families are groupsof languages that appear to have common characteristics. ... Word mother in Latin is mater;in German mutter; in Swedish moeder; in Bosnian majka/mati. ... In theWorld War II, again Great Britain and U.S. against Germany, Italyand Japan. ... Naziism got it's start by calling names.Their leader, Hitler, was known in history as the "master orator",since he managed to turn so many German people against the Jews."... Pidgin language become...
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English Language and Literature in the Middle AgesEnglish Society of the Middle Ages saw many developments and new trends, butnone so plainly as the developments witnessed in the Language and Literature of that time.It began with the Norman Conquest: eloquent french words substituted for the "harsh"saxon equivalents, primarily in the upper levels of society. Literature began to reflect thesechanges in the language, and continued to evolve throughout the Renissance. ... This integration ofthe Norman culture then filtered down to the underclass.The developmental trends of the English Language ca...
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The English language has always been adopting so-called loanwords from other languages. ... The Germans really love to adopt foreign words, especially English ones, in their language. ... Furthermore the English term superman is a loan-translation of the German word √úbermensch. ... In German, as we have seen, the words Lehn and Wort are combined to produce Lehnwort. This process of combining or joining, technically known as compounding, is in contrast to languages like French and Spanish frequently used in languages like German and English. ...
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COMPARISON OF TRADE RIVALRIES The German-Great Britain trade rivalry like the U.S.... There were several causes of the German-Great Britain trade rivalry according to Hoffman. ... Second, Germans had a knowledge of languages that the English firms lacked. Third, German industry was aided by their government. ... The German-Great Britain trade rivalry is different then the U.S....
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Comparison of Trade Rivalries- The German-Great Britain trade rivalry like the U.S.... There were several causes of the German-Great Britain trade rivalry according to Hoffman. ... Second, Germans had a knowledge of languages that the English firms lacked. Third, German industry was aided by their government. ... The German-Great Britain trade rivalry is different then the U.S....
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Where did language really come from? ... By then you'd think neanderthals with larger heads(brains) then people today would've gotten the idea and formed words for everything.In many ways, language is referred to as a tree because one laguage comes from another language and branches off to another language and so on. ... About 6,000 years ago a tribe of people living in the Eurasion Plian north of the Dneipr river, in what is now Ukraine, spoke a language from which all languages of today's Europe and India developed. ... In every language something called borrowing happens. ......
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Germany finally agreed to sign an armistice on November 11, 1948. ... People said it was the war to end all wars.Only twenty years later France was plunged into another war with Germany. On June 22, 1940 France was forced to sign an agreement with Germany. ... Mainly in ways such as telephone, television, radios, and newspapers.The national language of France is French. French was once the language used by diplomats all over the world.In this study, I have learned a lot about France and I hope to visit there someday....
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The idea of the great Fuhrer, the name Hitler gave to himself, came into common language when Hitler gained complete control over Germany. ... Proclamations such as, "Here we stand; we are ready to carry Germany into a new era." are said loud and proud by German workers. ... All people, seemingly, joined the fight for Germany. ... The Germans were bombarded with people telling them about past Germans, who fought and died for them, for Germany. ... Germans working with Germans to strike back at the opposition trying to destroy their homeland. ...
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Hence, C++ was born: "a C language with classes and ... ... His language, though still quite similar to his original idea, has been through quite a few changes before being - 4 -standardized (Overland, 3) by the International Standards Organization (ISO), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the British Standards Institute (BSI), and the Deutsches Institut fur Normung (DIN, or the German national standards organization) (Stroustrup).Other InfluencesAda and Clu were major inspirations for C++ templates; its exception handling mechanisms were also profoundly influenced by Ada and Clu as...
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Part of the propoganda being spread at this time was anti-German. This led to the removal of all things German from American culture. Art created by German Artists was taken down from museums, and music from germany by composers such as Bach, and Beethoven was seldom heard. ... This made life difficult for many people of german heritage living in the U.S. at this time. ... They often had trouble speaking the language and defending themselves.prison.The law also made it a crime for Americans to decline when asked to serve in the Armed Forces. ...
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