Cartoons have expected fundamental parts in human lives taking after its appearance. The web describes cartoons in numerous perspectives yet one can simply perceive a cartoon. A cartoon is a sort of two-dimensional spoke to visual craftsmanship typically proposed for spoof, cartoon or senselessness. Cartoons play a champion amongst the best parts as communicators in today 's world. A cartoon can go on basic messages to an immense number of people.
Cartoon movies contain colorful sceneries, animated graphics and sound to capture and maintain students’ attention. Due to their use, students are able to access and explore new concepts and ideas that were previously limited to the pages of books. When properly integrated in classroom instruction and curriculum, technology can be used to address the various learning styles and abilities of students. Attractive and notable pedagogic innovations through cartoon movies, songs, dramas and many other fictional or scientific programs create exciting learning experiences. It is important to mention that visual materials can create a harmony between the students and the instructional methodology and materials used.
The technological advancements in society allows for many benefits for the upcoming generations. For instance, with the click of a few buttons, children can access unlimited amounts of information. Technology helps educate children, while also serving as an entertainment source. Entertainment is a part of childhood, so this is one of the many advantages technological advancements bring; however, the easy access to technology allows children to use it too much creating a disadvantage due to the unhealthy lifestyle technology promotes. Technological advancements in society are linked to promoting sedentary lifestyles for children across the globe (Laurson, Lee, Gentile, Walsh, & Eisenmann, 2014).
Another such example is "English-language learners." Without the hyphen, a reader might think we are talking about English people who are learning any language rather than people who are learners of the English language. It is hard to predict when the word is used in hyphenated or when it is not, because we cannot locate a specific rule or example for their use. In such cases, the question of hyphenation necessarily must be left to the discretion of the editor and the author or we can said that hyphens leave some room for a writer 's own
This theory can explain us a little bit about why speaking is harder than writing. [When a nonnative is learning a language], spoken language is more difficult to monitor that written language. Editing during the writing process represents an ideal situation to apply the monitor because there is a time and one can focus specifically on the correctness of the language to be sure that sentences are complete and words are spelled right (Yule, p.
The aim of the translated text is not to reflect the language style including abnormalities, aims, word’s choice, devices; native structure and ways of expression, but to make both readers of the original and the translated text have the same assumed response to the message conveyed in the text. To achieve this, despite those differences in styles mention above, translators have to reproduce a text by using suitable substitutions that make sense in the language he is translating into, which causing many
• The oral language spoken by the target speaker resulting in difficult in accurate estimation of statistical model for speech recognition and translator • Lack of language knowledge realization in spelling in standard dictionaries that will be a great challenge. The advantage of such technology would be for those that there is a lesser need for interpreters due to the fact that the technology ensure that the users is able to receiver in a language that they understand, despite the language in his/her preference and the user will be able to speak freely knowing that their receiver will acknowledge the message in his/her preferred language. MOTIVATION PREMISES OF THE
Furthermore, whereas writing is awholly linguistic activity, speaking includes extra-linguistic elements that includes—voice, gesture, presence etc. which help to give it a more nearly total expressiveness. Ordinary speech is the basis of all language, including the prestige-bearing language of literature. The prestige which literature properly enjoys, while intrinsically unobjectionable, can be harmful if it leads—as it sometimes does—todepreciation of other language uses. The descriptive emphasis in modern linguistics is
The misconception lies in the view that grammar is a collection of arbitrary rules about static structures in the language. Further questionable claims are that the structures do not have to be thought, learners will acquire them on their own, or if the structures are taught, the lessons that ensue will be boring. This thesis on comparative approach tries to make a brief analysis of necessity of grammar teaching before it gives a relatively objective description of its function and significance in language teaching. It argues that, grammar teaching is necessary in language teaching. Keywords: Grammar, English language teaching, Necessity Table of Contents