The Importance Of Language In A Foreign Language

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Language can be defined as a rule-based system of signs built upon words and arrangement of words into sentences. The set of words and grammar of a language standardizes how the words can be evocatively altered and combined. When we know a language, we can be able to express ourselves quickly and effectively, develop means of transmitting complex and encoding, as well as subtle ideas is also provided. Linguistic is the study of these systems of knowledge, which are based on several aspects that includes the structure of the knowledge system, how is it used in the comprehension and production of messages, its trend based on time, and how is it acquired (Evans & Green, 2006).
The grammar, which is referred as the rules of language are learned as
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On the other hand, foreign language is learned when someone has an ability to speak and immersed the knowledge, which impacts the foreign language learning both positively and negatively (Pringganti, 2014).
The differences between children and adults in a foreign language Learning can be determined by various learning theories. The children may learn a second language easily than adults because in a natural way, the language is exposed to them from the time when they are very young. But a child won’t acquire second language any faster than adults unless a child has a consistent involvement of the second language.
In order to absorb a second language, children use the deep motor area of the brain, which regulates insensible actions. The language acquisition becomes more difficult when the child reaches the age 11, because the centers in the brain responsible for language acquisition rapidly stop growing. Young children use simpler sentence structure because they know fewer words, thus, they put less effort to

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