The Importance Of The English Language

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Generally, most people who bother with the matter at all would admit that the English language is in a bad way, but it is always assumed that we cannot by conscious action do anything about it. Of the 10 most-widely spoken languages in the world, only English has no academy guiding it. There are political reasons for this. The closest Britain ever came to having a language academy was at the start of the eighteenth century, when Gulliver’s Travels author Jonathan Swift was lobbying hard for an academy because “our Language is extremely imperfect’’… its daily Improvements are by no means in proportion to its daily Corruptions and in many Instances it offends against every Part of Grammar. However, in the context of the text it is claimed that thought corrupts language and reverse, it is discussed a very convenient debased language, for example, the unjustifiable assumptions like phrases leaves much to be desired and would deserve no good purpose. Stuart Chase and others claimed that all the abstract words are almost meaningless. We have a free personality but also timidity that is the atrophy of the soul. To people with the personality type, emotional displays are displays of weakness, and it’s easy to make enemies with this approach ,will do well to remember that they absolutely depend on having a functioning team, not just to achieve their goals, but for their validation and feedback as well, something are, curiously, very sensitive too.“We
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