Importance Of Knowledge In English

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“Language is the armory of the human mind, and at once contains the trophies of its past and the weapons of its future conquests,” Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Knowledge is a penetrator of darkness which leads people safely through the dark alleys of selfishness and sin, that they may not be blinded by the dazzling luster of greed. Knowledge is the only mighty thing shines bright, flourishes by sharing, and expands by explaining, piles up by stagnation or giving up sharing. The words of great English writer William Shakespeare (in his work King Henry VII Part II, Scene VIII) “Ignorance is the curse of the God. Knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven” signifies its importance beautifully. Knowledge is the awareness
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One of the youngest languages in the world and has become the leader of all languages. In fact it has become the reason for the globalization with its rapid glow. It is not an exaggeration to say that Globalization is a gifted child of English language. A strange and powerful word comes into being along with many words during the twentieth century is Globalization. The whole world is indisputably in the clutches of Globalization. The word globalization has left an everlasting impact on many aspects especially on economics, politics and culture besides these key areas; it has apparently made its stride on English language. As a result many dramatic changes could transparently be seen in the language as…show more content…
Simply to say language transgresses the boundaries of the vast world and plays a crucial role in making it a global village. Language attracts people because of the wealth of literature and knowledge enshrined in it. Language is always very important because it is the means of communication. It is through this wonderful tool, people are able to express their thoughts, ideas and feelings. Language is the epitome of vast human experience. In this age of exchanging ideas there is a need to the global language which is understood and accepted by many. There are umpteen numbers of languages spoken in different parts of the world which have their origin based on the place, culture and traditions of people. The local languages would help in the exchange of knowledge only in a community. There would be no interaction with other communities hence there is a need for a global language. Global language is a term ascribed to a language which has a special role and the role has been recognized in every country. “From Bengal to Belize and Las Vegas to Lahore, the language of sceptred Isle is rapidly becoming the first global lingua franca,” English as a Global Language, David Crystal, Cambridge Edition. English has become the language of the world implicating our lives too. Its flexibility and
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