Importance Of Language In English

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The Systems and Language Skills of English Learning a second or foreign language is impossible to master without knowing the systems and skills of the targeted language. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, the world population is exceeding 7.4 billion people in August,2016. China is the most populated country with 1.4 billion residents. (http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/) The Population of the countries where English is spoken as L1 (L1 is referring to the first language) is around 452 million according to the Website Nation Master. (http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/groups/English-speaking-countries) Although, the population of the English speaking countries is only on the third place, the language itself became widespread all over the world. Globalization and the boom of exporting is responsible for the abrupt expenditure of this language, which became a common tool among the industrialized nations parting from the language's connection with Great Britain and the United States. Consequential to the popularity of the…show more content…
With the realization of the four important Systems: 1. Lexis or vocabulary 2. Grammar 3. Function 4. Phonology or pronunciation students will understand the significance of how words sound and interact with each other, how sentences are built and analyzed. Without the awareness of these Systems and Skills, it would be extremely difficult for learners to acquire a well-established and recognized level of English. (http://englishvietnam.com/fun/systems-language-skills-english/) The following examples will demonstrate the necessity of the four Systems. I went to London; I´ve been to London.; Grammar related Lend me $5. Could you possibly lend me $5?; Function related Library; bookstore; Lexis or vocabulary related Foot; foots are Lexis

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