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german americans

Lacking political unity, they were only united by culture and language. At first it was especially the language that separated German immigrants from their British counterparts. At the end of the Revolutionary War, it was even suggested that German be the new language to separate us from Britain. ... Germans did contribute many fa...
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Learning Languages

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. ... About four years ago, I was in Germany and had to communicate with German pupil. The p...
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Germany 2

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 ...
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Early German Immigration

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&...
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Changing The Role of English

\"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 ...
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English Language

LANGUAGE SHOULD BE LEFT ALONE In 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&...
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Did Germany Cause World War 1?

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 w...
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Germany-The People, the Culture,the Business, the Life

Germany has an area of about 357,000 Sq. kilometers. ... Germany is divided into five regions. ... The German language has a number of dialects. ... The common language was a link that brought the divided nation together. ... There were dramatic changes in eastern Germany. ...
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How did the Franco-German alliance promote

How did the Franco-German alliance promote the idea of the European Community and 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 ...
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The Unification of Germany, Italy , and the United States

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. ...
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The Importance of Code Talkers in WWII

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...
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The German-Great Britain Trade Rivalry in Comparison to the US-Japan Rivalry

The German-Great Britain Trade Rivalry in Comparison to the US-Japan Rivalry The 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 ...
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Germany- a political dwarf but an economic giant

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. ... But Germany still has to cope with its History. ... For example the President of France, while visiting the first and last democratically elected East German gover...
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offical language of the us

Official language of the United States In the world there are many types of languages and there are many types of cultures that go along with these languages. ... Even though there are millions of different languages in America today English is our nations official language. ... This is what happened to John Silber Father when he emigrated&...
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what came first thought or language

Language came after Thought In order to be able to prove the statement 'Language came after thought', the words 'language' and 'thought' first will have to be defined. ... The German psychologist Fechner, who lived in the second half of the nineteenth century, compared the mind to an iceberg. ... Even scientists often do not think&...
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Why Is The World So Diverse When It Comes To Languages

Language families are groups of languages that appear to have common characteristics. ... Word mother in Latin is mater; in German mutter; in Swedish moeder; in Bosnian majka/mati. ... In the World War I, Great Britain, France and U.S. fought against Germany, Turkey and Italy. ... In the World War II, again Great&#...
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Different Ways of Learning Languages

DIFFERENT WAYS OF LEARNING LANGUAGES Being able to speak more than one language I think it's a gift from God that not every person is blessed with. ... At a very young age I started learning French, German and Italian besides my native language, Romanian. ... To me, learning English it was much easier than the other la...
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language

Method of Communication and Different Uses of Communication With the development of civilization and written languages came the need for more frequent and reliable methods of communication allowing messages to reach longer distances. ... The first typesetting machine, the Linotype, was patented in 1884 by the German-Americ...
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German Education (15 pages)

Higher Education in Germany The German Universities today find their origins in the monasteries and churches of the Middle Ages. ... (Germany: A Country Study, 237). ... East and West Germany each had a different system. ... Language teaching emphasized Russian which was mandatory and few students learned other European languages. ... With unifi...
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Comparison of Trade Rivalries-

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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Comparison of Trade Rivalries

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....
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rival trade comparison

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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English Language and Literature in the Middle Ages

English Language and Literature in the Middle Ages English Society of the Middle Ages saw many developments and new trends, but none so plainly as the developments witnessed in the Language and Literature of that time. ... Literature began to reflect these changes in the language, and continued to evolve throughout the Renissance...
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France 2

Germany finally agreed to sign an armistice on November 11, 1948. ... 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. ... The national language of France is French. French was once the language used by diplomats all over the world. ...
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Triumph of the Will

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&...
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