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First Languages Australia: The Importance of Language
First Languages Australia is working towards the time when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages are in general use by communities around the country.
During the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages the focus is on the work underway to revitalise and maintain these languages, which are some of the most endangered in the world.
Hear about the importance of preserving language from members of First Languages Australia.
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Top 10 Most Used Languages in the World
Top 10 Most Used Languages in the World, Here is the list of top 10 languages of the most frequent use today.
1.2 billion native speakers in the world.
372 million first-language speakers worldwide.
Over 375 million people who speak English as the first language and 1.5 billion people who speak English as the second language.
Nearly 425 million people speak Hindi as the first language.
295 million people use Modern Arabic nowadays.
There are 243 million native speakers.
There are 223 million native speakers.
The number of native speakers includes 154 million people.
128 million native Japanese speakers live in Japan.
Around 119 million people are native speakers.
The world is a multilingual place, and we all have a chance to communicate across the borders and cultures using multiple languages.
The First Language
The modern Church calls the first language of mortals, the Adamic language. But this is meaningless, since Adam was the first mortal and whatever language he spoke would be the first. It says nothing about the language itself. According to the rabbis, the first language was Hebrew. But this cannot be. The original language came from God and preceded all human languages. The first language no longer exists and we have no recorded examples. The story of the tower of Babel, incorrectly assumes that the first language was preserved until the confusion of tongues. But languages had already been created during the time of Adam. The event at tower confused language, but did not create new languages. The first language was the language of God and angels. It is pure and perfect. Joseph Smith was given the name of God the Father in the pure language - Ahman.
Charlize Theron Was Called Out for Speaking Afrikaans
James asks Charlize Theron about her and her mom's conversations in their native tongue, Afrikaans, and learns that it once backfired on them at an airport.
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The comparision between first language acqusition and second language learning
This video try to shed light on the main similarities and differences between first language acquisition and second language learning. It is meant for students of applied linguistics, TEFL and TESOL. I also believe is going to come in handy for everyone who has any link with teaching and learning profession as teachers for example. #Education #Psychology #Teaching #Learning
LIST OF TOP 10 OLDEST LANGUAGES IN THE WORLD||Kindly apology 1st and 2nd are Interchanged
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One of Best Discoveries of humanity, Communication between people, imagine the world without communication if you’re feeling lost without communication, then you’re not alone, everyone feels the same way. According to a survey, there are 6000+ languages spoken today, and the roots of these languages go beyond your imagination.So Today we will try to list the Top 10 Oldest Languages in the World Maybe, yes maybe because we can’t predict precisely because it’s tough find the history of languages, but we will try our best.So, many contenders make a list of the oldest languages. Let’s take a look at the top ten oldest languages in the world.
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5 Oldest Languages In The World
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What is PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE? What does PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE mean? PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE meaning
What is PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE? What does PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE mean? PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE meaning - PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE definition - PEOPLE-FIRST LANGUAGE explanation.
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People-first language is a type of linguistic prescription in English. It aims to avoid perceived and subconscious dehumanization when discussing people with disabilities and is sometimes referred to as a type of disability etiquette. People-first language can also be applied to any group that is defined by a condition rather than as a people: for example, those that are homeless rather than the homeless.
The basic idea is to use a sentence structure that names the person first and the condition second, for example people with disabilities rather than disabled people or disabled, in order to emphasize that they are people first. Because English syntax normally places adjectives before nouns, it becomes necessary to insert relative clauses, replacing, e.g., asthmatic person with a person who has asthma. Furthermore, the use of to be is deprecated in favor of using to have.
By using such a sentence structure, the speaker articulates the idea of a disability as a secondary attribute, not a characteristic of a person's identity. Critics of this rationale point out that separating the person from the trait implies that the trait is inherently bad or less than, and thus dehumanizes people with disabilities.
The term people-first language first appears in 1988 as recommended by advocacy groups in the United States. The usage has been widely adopted by speech-language pathologists and researchers, with 'person who stutters' (PWS) replacing 'stutterer'
The most common alternative to person-first language is usually called identity-first language, as it places the identifying condition before the personal term. For example, while someone who prefers person-first language might ask to be called a person with autism, someone who prefers identity-first language would ask to be called an autistic person. There is no common term for use of identifying conditions as nouns, but it is not usually preferred apart from select communities, such as dwarfs.
The Sapir–Whorf hypothesis is the basis for ideologically motivated linguistic prescriptivism. The Sapir–Whorf hypothesis states that language use significantly shapes perceptions of the world and forms ideological preconceptions.
In the case of people-first language, preconceptions judged to be negative allegedly arise from placing the name of the condition before the term person or people. Proponents of people-first language argue that this places an undue focus on the condition which distracts from the humanity of the members of the community of people with the condition.
Many organizations publish disability etiquette guides that prescribe people-first language. The For Dummies guide to etiquette (2007) also prescribes people-first language.
Adherence to the rules of people-first language has become a requirement in at least one academic journal.
Critics have objected that people-first language is awkward, repetitive and makes for tiresome writing and reading. C. Edwin Vaughan, a sociologist and longtime activist for people who are blind, argues that since in common usage positive pronouns usually precede nouns, the awkwardness of the preferred language focuses on the disability in a new and potentially negative way. Thus, according to Vaughan, it only serves to focus on disability in an ungainly new way and calls attention to a person as having some type of 'marred identity' in terms of Erving Goffman's theory of identity.
What Did the First Human Language Sound Like?
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Like most things in human history, language is a result of evolution. In fact, all of today's languages can be traced back to a single common linguistic ancestor called Proto-Human, a language spoken between 50,000 and 100,000 years ago.
But what did this Proto-Human language sound like? Unless scientists can first build a time machine, we can never be sure, but we have some guesses. In fact, Proto-Human may have had a word order that made us sound like Yoda.
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What's the World's Oldest Language?
The world's oldest language is unknown and unknowable-- the limitations of historical preservation and linguistic reconstruction are to thank for that. Even so, there's a lot to say about truly ancient languages and the birth of human speech.
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If you're wondering how we know that languages around major civilizations get replaced while languages in more peripheral areas tend to persist, Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time by Johanna Nichols is the book for you. It gets very technical very fast, but the first chapter, where Nichols lays out her theory of spread zones and residual zones, is a must-read for anyone interested in linguistics. (Not an affiliate link.)
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The Oldest Language
There's a lot of debate surrounding this question on the internet. But as you may have guessed, it is not so straightforward... But we can look at it as objectively as possible. Now I urge you to not to jump to conclusions before you finish the video and jump to the comments section...
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The First Programming Languages: Crash Course Computer Science #11
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So we ended last episode with programming at the hardware level with things like plugboards and huge panels of switches, but what was really needed was a more versatile way to program computers - software! For much of this series we’ve been talking about machine code, or the 1’s and 0’s our computers read to perform operations, but giving our computers instructions in 1’s and 0’s is incredibly inefficient, and a “higher-level” language was needed. This led to the development of assembly code and assemblers that allow us to use operands and mnemonics to more easily write programs, but assembly language is still tied to underlying hardware. So by 1952 Navy officer Grace Hopper had helped created the first high-level programming language A-0 and compiler to translate that code to our machines. This would eventually lead to IBM’s Fortran and then a golden age of computing languages over the coming decades. Most importantly, these new languages utilized new abstractions to make programming easier and more powerful giving more and more people the ability to create new and amazing things.
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First language acquisition
This video lecture is a part of the course 'An Introduction to English Linguistics' at the University of Neuchâtel. This is session 22, which addresses the topic of language acquisition. How is it that children acquire language so fast and so effortless? Do parents reinforce language learning? Do children have innate language-learning capabilities?
First Language - The Race to Save Cherokee
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How language began | Dan Everett | TEDxSanFrancisco
Dan Everett brings us back in time to the Homo Erectus to share how language began and why it is the ultimate evolutionary tool to share knowledge. Dan Everett was born in Southern California. He completed an undergraduate degree in biblical studies from the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and his Master’s and ScD in linguistics at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas in Brazil. From 1977, he has regularly conducted research on the Pirahã language of Brazil. He has also conducted research on Tzeltal (Mexico), Selish (USA), Arawan (Brazil), Satere (Brazil), Wari’ (Brazil) among many others. He has published fourteen books and more than 110 articles and has lectured around the world on his research. He converted to Christianity at 17 years of age and was a committed, evangelical Christian until abandoning his faith due to lessons he learned from the Pirahãs (as discussed in Don’t sleep, there are snakes). His most recent books are Dark Matter of the Mind: The Culturally Articulated Unconscious (University of Chicago Press) and How Language Began: The Story of Humanity's Greatest Invention (W.W. Norton/Liveright). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Tower of Babel vs Linguistics - the quest for the first language
Did one original language shatter into many? The Tower of Babel, the evolution of languages and the quest for Proto-World.
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The Tower of Babel is one of humankind's early attempts to explain the variety of languages spoken across the earth. Thousands of years later, philologists and linguists studied the natural evolution of language. So then, what's the true story of language history?
In this video, we'll look at the traditional interpretation of the Tower of Babel story: the Adamic language once split into 72 languages to confuse people. Then we'll consider how historical linguistics compared cognates, established language families and traced related languages back to a common proto-language.
Right where historical linguistics hits mysteries and dead ends, you'll meet the long rangers. These linguistic mavericks dared to go further back in time. Finally, briefly see why mainstream linguistics dismisses long-range findings as pseudoscientific.
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