English language Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach English language.

  • 12 Student Essays

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Essays & Analysis (12)

793 words, approx. 3 pages
The English language has been used for thousands of years, and today is the preferred language of many countries. But the language itself was not always held in such high regard. During the medieval... Read more
2,120 words, approx. 8 pages
This essay takes an interdisciplinary approach to discussing the English language as a young and changing discipline. It draws on theories from the fields of philosophy, psychology, semiotics, phys... Read more
1,005 words, approx. 4 pages
English is not dying but for several reasons it is going through a phase of rapid change, probably more rapid than any it has gone through before.  This more recent change, I believe, is due to m... Read more
3,193 words, approx. 11 pages
English Language Timeline (important events and individuals) The basis of the English language is found in ancient Sanskrit. The island of England was occupied by five different groups of people be... Read more
947 words, approx. 4 pages
When my teacher said "good morning" to me on the very first day of school, I knew that she would be teaching a tough subject. She didn't get any answer for that greeting because back then, I knew noth... Read more
1,046 words, approx. 4 pages
Why should anyone want to study English? Why not French or Spanish or even Mandarin Chinese? Is English so much more interesting than any other language? Why spend time studying a language and not m... Read more
503 words, approx. 2 pages
Within any speech community, there are degrees of language variation. The geographical location of an individual; their socio-economic background; their education; and even their gender, are all signi... Read more
818 words, approx. 3 pages
In 2001, a Neilson study found that seventy per cent of Canadians used the internet. The Internet has undoubtedly facilitated communication and the accessibility of information. It has however, at t... Read more
369 words, approx. 2 pages
Imagine if people didn't study English. How would people be speaking and learning today? In order to sound educated and literate people need to thoroughly study English. It is also heavily needed in... Read more
874 words, approx. 3 pages
Today English is the language of international law, international politics, business and diplomacy. Day by day more minor languages disappear, and English becomes more commonly used and global. Schola... Read more
569 words, approx. 2 pages
Over the previous two centuries English, as it began gradually shaped itself into English as we know it. This subtle, however highly notable distortion of the English language can be owed to several... Read more
6,109 words, approx. 21 pages
1. Introduction NowadaysCEnglishCas an international languageCplays a more and more important role in the worldDAs for ChinaCwhich wants to communicate well with the out... Read more