The tongue of wine on his lips: Virginia Woolf
Some of the greatest invention of the human race is some people who cause fire and are chasing others. Their claim may be the weight of the scientific community, but for the masses, language is a real innovation.
Language has brought the knowledge of dawn; thinking of questioning, questioning, explaining, explaining and understanding the century-old, simple animalistic instinct. What use can any scientific discovery for the human species if we can not communicate? Despite being a product of the human invention, language involves the full human need of communication and expression. This is the real beauty of the language.
Since solid evidence has been recorded, language is a basic means of communication. Like the literal definition of language, there are symbols, figures, and rules that can be manipulated to give meaning to obscure ideas. Jane Wagner once said, "Personally, I thought our language was developed because of our deep internal complaint."
We do not know that this theory is true, but what we know: "Words have a longer life than deeds." Pindar (cf. 522-443). Who started using the language or developed it in its present form, we are fully aware of it, but we know that language and its rules were born in the 5th century in the Sanskrit language. The rules of Persian language were established in 760. Language development has fluctuated, but it is not used over time.
Modern natural language – the language used by humans for general communication – was created in Africa almost 50,000 years ago before being in other parts of the world. There are currently 6,912 languages in the world. The first five sections of the world's most widespread language are Chinese, 1, 209 million, Spanish 332.3 million, 309.4 million, Arab 206 million, 180.8 million Hindi speakers. Urdu, national language in Pakistan, number 20, with 60.5 million performers. Another 60.8 million people in Pakistan speak Punjabi, which is very similar to the Urdu. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "The thought of flower, the language of bud, the fruit behind the fun." Civilization has used the language in many respects. Language, on the other hand, had an impact on civilization. The language awakened the perfection and intent of civilization. This was used to manipulate the inexperienced tool. The interpretation of laws, the reading of a deadly judgment, the imagination of poets, the fiction of writers, the market, the schools, and the charm of politicians, depends on each language. With all the features of civilization, language was forced to accept the norms and rules of civilization
. The remarkable features in which the language is impressive are different in their use, degree and conformance. The most important can be the ease and adaptability. This is visible to a toddler. As a child learns a few words from a language, he learns to use them and makes them meaningful sentences or sentences. The child can make a small number of sentences from a thin vocabulary. This particular phenomenon of language use is considered by many sociologists, psychologists and linguists.
The relationship between man and society is his habits, habits, norms, traditions, laws, ethics, music, religion, language, rituals; collectively known as culture. These habits, habits, or norms are passed from one generation to the next through a learning process. In the process of learning, language primarily, but not fully, uses the language. Consequently, language is not only part of the culture but also the carrier of culture. "Language Forms our Thoughts and Defines what we Think"
Benjamin Lee Whorf, a US linguist, referring to the language's relation to thinking and cognition hypotheses] Scalability is another feature that has already signaled . Scalability means that a given language or language usage can be extended to any extent. Its not to lose its functionality. Earlier, when science did not make such progress, language use was limited in science. But with the rise of science to a number of areas and subfields, the language grew by satisfying the needs without losing its functionality.
"Language is the archive of history," says Ralph Waldo Emerson. Change must be a powerful and active society. To what extent does society change in its culture, first in its language? Language plays this role as a historian who records changes in the behavior, traditions, rites, laws, ethics and other components of culture. "Change the language and change your thoughts," said Karl Albrecht. Language can sometimes be used as a catalyst for change. When Turkey replaced the language of the Arabic alphabets with the Latin alphabet in 1928, it represented not only the change in Turkish culture, but also proved to be a catalyst for Turkey's social change during the day.
"Language is the way, an idea from my brain to yours without surgery," remarked Mark Amidon. This is of course true in today's world. The world's population with so many diversity also meets its linguistic needs. The diversity of languages allows interaction and communication for all people. Almost 7 000 different languages exist in the world in the sense that they are spoken and written. The basic human needs of communication are, of course, carried out efficiently without any interception. This diversity of languages largely reflects the flexibility of language in accepting and improvising new ideas.
Another feature of language is universality. Each language of the world basically offers almost the same possibilities (read communication) and tries to reach the same objects (read understanding). On the same line, many linguists claim that there is a universal grammar and universal language from which modern modern languages have evolved. Noam Chomsky has also formulated this in the work of generative grammar.
The most commonly used or excessive function of language is manipulation. As the tongue grabs, the purpose of the commandment is to use it for that purpose. So one can manipulate a language in a way that best suits its purpose. In this context, history is full of examples. Carl Marx, Hitler, Mao Ce-dong, Khomeini, Osama, Bush and many others can use this ability of language regardless of their social value.
is the representation of truth and reality. Language is no more or less than ideas and thoughts. Words; the building blocks or unity of the language, makes no sense unless we attach them with any reality or abstract idea. The American short story writer and poet Edgar Allan Poe rightly says that words have no power to impress their minds without terrible horrors.
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