There is no other language involved. The speakers just become extinct or died just like in the case of Tasmanian people who died because of the Black War – the earliest recorded modern genocide. The third one is the radical death. This is due to severe political repression; a community may opt, out of self-defence, to stop speaking their language. For example, an ethnic group is being hunted by their enemies.
This quote conveys the theme because once you let something take over, you’ll never, realize all the damage that you have done to yourself or others around you. During his life, he wasted it in the pursuit of the destruction of the creature and in turn, the creature destroyed everything Victor loved, including Elizabeth. Both their life was wasted away by the destruction of hatred and the damage they wanted to do to one another, they could have forgave and moved on, but didn't make that choice until it was the
So that in the future as Apuleyo Guzman states, that he hopes to learn more English so that he can get a better job so that e can get a better job, so that he can better provided for his family and his village, yet also still has his culture, his language and his ties to Oaxaca. To conclude, the film “Invisible Indians” argues the importance of providing education to the Mixtecs so that they are no longer exploited. For through a better education some day they can be seen and heard in hopes of achieving the life they all long
This was the time when Hamon ‘spat’ on creon 's face to show him it was his mistake. Eurydice, Creon’s wife, heard how it was Creon’s fault that their son is dead, she killed herself. (She cut her throat Pg-59). Now Creon is all solitary. (“You are all alone now, Creon” verbalizes the chorus Pg 60) This quote shows what customarily happens to a tragic hero, happens to creon as well, he get into a kind of isolation as the Queen(Eurydice), Prince(Hamon) and his princess(Antigone) are all dead.
This is what is happening today with the extinction of languages, Author K. David Harrison wrote “When Languages Die”. In this book he goes into the damage that the death of a language has on society and the world. With the death of a language comes the death of history, folk tales, farming rituals, religious rituals, medicinal plants and knowledge of the land and its resources. Language is not only a form to communicate with others in the community but it allows people to share cultural rituals and join others in the sharing of information. Language plays an important part in how different cultures interact with each other.
In Chinua Achebe’s novel, Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo reacts to cultural collision in his society by having a closed mind and attempting to retaliate, which ultimately leads to his suicide, contributing to the novel’s theme that one
Mostly because of the things we put in the air. We also dump things in oceans and stuff like that and the animals that used to live there have died. 3 Animals are going extinct because of introduced species.The animals that we are introducing into areas where they´re not supposed to be is killing the animals that live there. The animals that actually live in that area are dying because there is nothing to kill this introduced species off. So this
INTRODUCTION Language is not only a means of communication used every day to express our selves, but is also an identity of our cultures and represents our lifestyles and communities. Coming to what an endangered language is, the language at risk of falling out of use due to various reasons. Loss of language is a loss of both the identity and the culture of that community. Language loss occurs when the language has no more native speakers and becomes a dead language. And if no one speaks the language at all, it becomes extinct.
ARTICLE POINT OF VIEW 4: REMEDIAL CLASS Remedial classes stands for classes that are meant to improve the proficiency of the student in particular stream. The English remedial classes occurs on the widespread in Malaysia with a view to help the low scorer students who get only Band 1 and Band 2 to get admission in the remedial classes so as to improve their capability in the English language (Musa & Lie, 2012). The various remedial classes for English language are taken by universities in Malaysia after the test taken by MUET. The test decides the proficiency level of the students and gives them chance to improve their capability in English language (Long, 2011). The importance of English remedial classes includes improving the proficiency