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English: not the official language

"English should NOT be the official language in the United States"Why do people come to the United States of America? ... That is why English should not be made the official language in this country. ... Making English the official language would defeat the whole purpose of this country. ... If English was never the official language for the past t...
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Official Language of the United States

Official language of the United StatesIn 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. When immigrants from different countries migrate to America they know a different language...
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The English Language: Make It Official!

The English Language: Make It Official! ... Its members aim to make English the official language in order to give immigrants an opportunity to learn the English language ("U.S. ... The argument for an official language has been ongoing for many years. ... His amendment would make English the official language and overrule any act or law requiring t...
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Official Languages Act on French/English Relation

IntroductionIn this paper I will be trying to determine whether the Official Languages Act is an adequate reflection of the French/English relations in Canada. ... Therefore the purpose of my paper will be to: 1- Present the purpose of the Official Languages Act, and its effect on Canada. 2-Provide a brief, yet precise accounting of the relation...
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English : The Universal Language

"The Official English Language" Proposition 63 will make English the Official Languageof the United States and I am against The official EnglishLaw. ... The official English Law willprohibit federal and state laws, ordinances, regulations,orders, programs and policies from requiring the use ofother languages. ... California is fine without the Of...
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International Language in Japan

International Language in Japan Japanese is the official language of Japan. It is a complex and subtle language, and is spoken no where else in the world as a primary language. ... Something that can present problems or difficulties when exchanging business with Japan is language and translation difficulties, but with the help from some devices and a...
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The Study on Vietnam

A representative could be an official United States office, like the US-ASEAN Council, or it could be a private entity, like a bank. ... Business protocol has more ritual with government officials than it does within the private sector. When you meet with government officials, a local person will accompany you to make your introduction. ... Language&...
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United States Congress Designate English Language

I believe that if the United State were to have an official language then jobs would have the right to enforce a language policy, but since there is not an official language immigrants are clearly being discriminated against. ... (English, Official Language, 1997) Republicans concerns suggest that without enforcing an official language the United ...
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Hellenic Republic

"Homogeneous" means of the same or a similar kind or nature.Few languages are spoken in Greece. The majority of Greeks speak their official native language - Greek. While very few people speak languages other than Greek, some English and French is also spoken. Because Greek is the official language spoken and the majority of the ...
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Bilingualism

The dilemma between making English the only official language in America or having multiple official languages is an important issue that affects everyone that speaks a language in America, especially those that drive or go to school. ... English should be the only official language in America in order to keep from spending money and to avoid problems in the...
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The Different Languages in South Africa

Before 1994 there were only two official languages in South Africa, now the government recognizes eleven different languages. ... Being easily accessiblie has help form the different cultures of this land, not to mention is various Religions and Languagues.LanguagesUntil apartheid ended in 1994 only Afrikaans and English were official languages, although they represent ...
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A Struggle against the Abuse of Language

LANGUAGE SHOULD BE LEFT ALONEIn American society language is constantly operated for political intentions. ... House of Representatives approved a bill that would make English the official language of the United States. The Emerson Bill (H.R.123), passed by the House last August, specifies English as the official language of government, and requires...
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Multilingualism of The United States

Non English languages can still be taught in our society and elected officials can use other languages to communicate with constituents. ... Congress is presently working on a bill to make English our country's official language. ... "Should the United States Adopt&...
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Learning languages

If I look at my average grades for languages I see that I'm not that good at it, although I think it's important to be skilled at languages. ... My main difficulty is writing a foreign language. ... A big number off people in my family is French, that's why I get to speak that language very often. ... Most recent estimates sugg...
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Niger: Its Peoples, Geographical Location and History

NigerLanguage SpokenFrench is the official national language, but it is spoken by only a small minority of the people. The Various ethnic groups use their own local languages, and Hausa is spoken all over the country as the language of trade.PopulationAccording to the 1988 census, the population of Niger was 725,383. ...
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Physical and Geographical Description of Costa Rica

Costa RicaThe country's official name is Republica de Costa Rica or Republic of Costa Rica. ... Spanish is the common language in Costa Rica, but English is taught has a second language in school. Some Indians speak their native language but it is isolated. ...
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English as a National Language

There is no question what the language of this country is, it is irrefutably English, it was the language of our Founding Fathers and the language that the Declaration of Independence was written in, as well as the United States Constitution. ... There are of course other matters at hand with teaching English to non-English speaking people.As we ...
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Bilingual Education and the Cycle of Native Language

The original objective of bilingual education was to ensure students would not fall behind academically because of a poor command of English and to gradually teach them English as a second language. If language-minority students were taught some subjects in their native tongue, proponents insisted, they potentially could learn English without sacrificing content knowled...
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Diverse Languages in the World

This significanceof language is what draws scientists to study origin, differencesand connections between languages. ... Language families are groupsof languages that appear to have common characteristics. ... Power of Language"Language has been called the most powerful drug known tohumanity. ... The bestknow lingua franca in politics is probably English, since...
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Research Paper on The Gullah Language

This shows that Gullah was perceived as a corrupted form of Angola during the early 1800's by the official governing body of the city of Charleston. ... This shows that Gullah was a language that was a mixture of several other languages that formed into a language within itself. ... Gearty's argument shows that the Gullah language should be r...
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IN WHAT WAY DOES THE SPOKEN SYSTEM OF LANGUAGE DIFFER FROM T

IN WHAT WAY DOES THE SPOKEN SYSTEM OF LANGUAGE DIFFER FROM THE WRITTEN, AND WHY DOES LINGUISTICS TAKE THE SPOKEN LANGUAGE AS ITS OBJECT OF STUDY?Language can be expressed in a variety of forms. ... Language is an intrinsic part of being human, and language develops naturally in children unless they have learning difficulties.Speech and writing in th...
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"Dead Language"

Maybe my mom spoke the dead language; That same language that society could not understand. ... Official language smythered to sanction ignorance and preserve privilege is a suit of armor polished to shocking glitter, a husk from which the knight departed long ago. ... Once again her language became the dead language. ... She spoke the dead language too....
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The Kashmir Conflict

The official language is Urdu, Kashmiri is mostly spoken and other regional languages widely spoken are Dogri, Hindi, Dardi, Pahari en English. ...
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Conflict Over Kashmir

The official language is Urdu, Kashmiri is mostly spoken and other regional languages widely spoken are Dogri, Hindi, Dardi, Pahari en English. ...
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Factors Affecting Second Language Acquisition

Second Language acquisition is often a daunting task for even the best among us. ... However, the skill or ability of speaking two languages, or 'bilingualism', has existed since man created language for himself. ... This data has revealed two basic things about age and the language acquisition process. ... Interestingly,&...
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