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english - speaking philosophers by having had quite an interesting life; see Ray Monk’s wonderful biography, Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius (New York: Free Press, Maxwell Macmillan International, 1990). 3 Reported by Norman Malcolm (1958: 65). “A central idea of his philosophy, the notion of a ‘language-game’, apparently had its genesis in this incident.
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American English Take-Home Exam

English is one the most widely used languages in the world and globally acknowledged as the lingua franca. It is also the dominant business language. For these facts already, English has a great importance in the today’s world. As the United States of America is one of the leading countries of the world, American English has a certain authority as well. It is now an inescapable fact that America, through its worldwide influence and massive entertainment industry is the mighty power-house that drives the English language. Although British English is considered to be more sophisticated and prestigious than American English, the latter is clearly more featured in television, music, video games and internet, naturally appealing more to English learners than British English. Also, in international...

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Pidgins, creoles and Standard English (English in South-East Asia and the Pacific)

Pidgins, creoles and standard language Pidgin language  A simplified language  Mainly employed in trade  NOT the native language of any community  may be built from words, sounds, or body language from multiple other languages and cultures  No particular rules Chinese Pidgin English  a pidgin lexically based on English and influenced by Chinese  developed in 17th century in China  Began to decline during the 19th century, when standard English began to be taught in schools Chinese Pidgin English Some characteristics:  Based on a vocabulary of 700 English words  Grammar and syntax are simple and positional (grammatical categories are indicated by the position of words in a sentence)  Lack of plural personal pronouns Chinese Pidgin English Example sentences:  Hab gat rening kum daun (Have got raining come down) “There is rain coming down”  Tumoro mai no kan kum (Tomorrow my no...

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ENGLISH NATIONAL FOODS AND DRINKS

(usually for lunch) It includes: roast potatoes (or boiled or mashed potatoes), roast beef, lamb, pork or a roast chicken and vegetables. Sauces are chosen depending on the type of meat. FISH AND CHIPS: England is internationally famous for it's fish and chips. Large number of restaurants and takeaway shops selling this dish. The most popular English dish. There are lot of different combinations, but the traditional is potato slices cooked with fish. SAUSAGES: English sausages are colloquially known as ,,bangers". They are made from fresh meat and rarely smoked, dried or stronglu flavoured. A variant of the sausage is the black pudding. (you can eat every part of pig except it's squeal) There are also white puddings, similar but lacking blood. PIES:...

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English is the only foreign language worth learning

English is the only foreign language worth learning Many people think that English is the only language what is worth learning. I strongly disagree. First of all, there is so many countries , which have their own language. I do not see a problem talking in multiple languages. It only helps us develop and communicate with so many other language speaking people. Intercourse is what connects us, but to communicate with others we need to understand one another. What is more, we do not need to be so similar. Speaking some other language makes us more intriguing...

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They speak english

THEY SPEAK ENGLISH London is the capital of the United Kingdom .The people of the UK are British and they speak English. London is a very big city. Big Ben, the big clock tower, is the symbol of London. There are big red buses called double ­ deckers. People sit upstais and downstairs on these buses. Tourists like them very much. The rose is the symbol of England. Wales is a part of the United Kingdom. Its capital is Cardiff. There are a lot of mountains in Wales, but they are not very high.The daffodil is the symbol of Wales. Scotland is also a part of the United Kingdom. The capital of Scotland is...

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Learning English by computer

Learning english by computer Learning english by computer is a really good way to evolve your skills at home. There are positive and negative sides of learning english by computer. In my opinion are there more positive sides. I think that it would be more easier when you can study whatever time you want. When you are studying by computer then you abstain from conflicts with teacher. If you have your own computer then you can study at home and at the same time lie around, eat, listen to music, etc. I think that it would be cheaper and acceptable too. When you are studying english by computer then you don't have to think about your pronunciation. In my...

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English in my Life

English in my life People in Estonia basically use two languages. The main language and also our mother tongue is Estonian. Also Russian is a commonly spoken language because almost one-third of the population in Estonia is formed by Russians. Besides those two languages many Estonians are quite good at English. We are visited by many tourists from Finland, Sweden, Latvia and many other countries. Tourists from the Scandinavian countries and from other places of Europe don't speak in Estonian. So it is quite important for us to speak itEnglish ­ an international language. It also goes the other way around when we go traveling somewhere in Europe or even further - then we mainly use English to communicate with people. Over the last 10 years the use of English has grown a lot in Estonia...

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The history of the English language

The history of the English Language Kristin Klaus, 10a Short history · Started with the arrival of three Germanic tribes who invaded Britain during the 5th century AD · The tribes: the Angles, the Saxons, the Jutes · At that time the inhabitants spoke a Celtic language · The invadors pushed them west and north Germanic invaders entered Britain on the east and south coasts in the 5th century. Old English · 450-1100 AD · The Germanic tribes spoke similar languages which developed into Old English · Did not sound or look like English today · About half of the most commonly used English words have Old English roots · Be, strong, water Part of Beowulf, a poem written in Old English. Middle English · 1100-1500 · In 1066 William the Conqueror, the Duke of Normandy (part of modern France), invaded and conquered England · The new conquerors (called the Normans) brought...

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English story "Fatal Walk"

She went for a walk at a park. She had a great evening and she enjoyed all this incredible nature in the park. Angelina was glad that she hadn't gone to party because she felt herself so relaxed. There were a few people in the park, birds were singing and not so warm evening sun was still shining. I felt a little bit chilly myself and it was getting darker too so I decided to go back home. My way back wasn't very pleasurable. I had always been afraid of those dark unlit side- streets but that walk had been good for me so I wasn't afraid that time. But then I heard screaming from one street. I didn't dare to go there but I peeked around the corner and I saw two men fighting with each other. One man had a gun and he was wearing a black mask. The other man was a typical businessman. I didn't h...

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English studies British history

What is Stonehenge? 2. Who were the Celts and the Druids? 3. When did the Romans invade Britain? 4. Why did Julius Ceasar call the land Albion ? 5.Why and who built the Hadrian Wall? 6. When did the Saxons settle in Britain? 7. When did the Vikings first raid Britain? 8. Who were the Normans? 9. When was the Battle of Hastings? 10. Who was William The Conquerer? What is Stonehenge? a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire built in several stages from 2800 - 1800 BC. Druids built Stonehenge. Who were the Celts and the Druids? The Celts were a group of peoples that occupied lands stretching from the British Isles to Gallatia. The Druids were the wise ones, the educated class of the Celts. ( lawyers, doctors, teachers, storytellers, and other professional of that culture.) When did the Romans invade Britain? Romans invade Britain in 55 B.C...

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Report 2, English

To: John Howell From: Anna Abi Subject: Suggestions Date: 2nd March 2009 Purpose The purpose of this report is to suggest ways of making the shop more profitable. Rewards cards Firstly, I think it would be a good idea to start giving out rewards cards to loyal customers to show them that we value them as clients and it would also show to our future clients that we are a company that supports their customers. Lower prices Secondly, I would suggest slightly lowering our prices and letting the public know of it. We should grow a reputation as a company that is not trying to rob their clients of their money. This would be a great advertisement for the shop and would boost our clientele, making up for the little lost from the lower prices. Advertising campaigns Finally, we should start an advertising campaign. We should invest a good sum of money into it as without people hearing about our shop, we cannot grow. A good idea would be to th...

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Why do we learn the English language?

That´s why the pupils have such subjects as a foreign language at school. Everybody knows his own language, but it is useful to know foreign languages. I learn English, because I understand that I can use it. For example, if I go to England I shall be able to speak English there. If I go to the USA, I shall speak English too, because English is used not only in England, but also in other parts of the world. I leran English because I want to read foreign literature in the original. I know and like such English as Ch.Dickens, M.Twain, L.Carroll and others. I understand that I must learn English. If I know English well, shall be able to go to the library and take books by English and American writers in the original. I like to travel. But it is difficult to visit countries, when you don´t know the language of these countries...

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Essay about Chinese language taking over English

Will Chinese become more important than English in the near future? As David Graddol, a visiting professor in Hong Kong, says in "Will Chinese take over from English as the world's most important language?", he must often answer the questions concerning Chinese importance over English. Graddol states that China's economy is growing and it is already second in the world. In fact, it has become the largest exporter and first in energy consumption. In addition, China will presumably be the largest manufacturer soon. However, he questions whether Chinese language grows at the same pace as its economy. Graddol's teaching in Hong Kong starts with a lecture called "World Englishes". He notes that he...

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English - rregulars verbs

IRREGULAR VERBS BE WAS / WERE BEEN OLEMA BEAT BEAT BEATEJN PEKSMA, LÖÖMA BECOME BECAME BECOME SAAMA (kellekski) BEGIN BEGAN BEGUN ALGAMA, ALUSTAMA BITE BIT BITTEN HAMMUSTAMA BLOW BLEW BLOWN PUHUMA BREAK BROKE BROKEN MURDMA, KATKI TEGEMA BRING BROUGHT BROUGHT TOOMA BURN BURNT BURNT PÕLEMA, PÕLETAMA BUILD BUILT BUILT EHITAMA BURST BURST BURST PUHKEMA BUY BOUGHT BOUGHT OSTMA CATCH CAUGHT CAUGHT KINNI PÜÜDMA CHOOSE CHOSE CHOSEN VALIMA COME CAME COME TULEMA COST COST COST MAKSMA, VÄÄRT...

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Estuary English - A Controversial Issue?

The geographical dimension: Is `Estuary' English estuary? Estuary English is a dialect of English widely spoken in South East England, especially along the River Thames and its estuary. Phonetician John C. Wells defines Estuary English as "Standard English spoken with the accent of the southeast of England".[1] The name comes from the area around the Thames, particularly London, Kent, north Surrey and south Essex. The variety first came to public prominence in an article by DavidRosewarne in the Times Educational Supplement in October 1984. [2] Rosewarne argued that it may eventually replace RP (Received Pronunciation) in the south-east. Studies have indicated that Estuary English is...

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English Irregular Verbs

Tõlge Basic Past Simple Past Participle midagi saama get got got tekkima arise arose arisen andma give gave given olema be was/were been minema go went gone sündima bear bore borne kasva(ta)ma grow grew grown peksma beat beat beaten rippuma hang hung hung kellekski saama become became become omama have had had algama begin began begun kuulma hear heard heard kalduma bend bent bent peitma hide hid hidden hammustama bite bit bitten lööma hit hit...

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Writing e-mails in English

If you begin with "Dear Sir/Madam,", end with "Yours faithfully," If you begin with "Dear Mr/Ms Smith,", end with "Yours sincerely," If the letter is impersonal, not so official or you have been sending many emails to each other, "Regards, Best regards, Best wishes, ..." is also acceptable Commas after the opening and closing remarks! (and then start the next line with a capital letter) Dates Dates are always said as "the first of April, the twentysecond of June" etc. British English : 2 April, 2005; 02/04/2005 American English: April 2, 2005; 04/02/2005 Enquiry I am writing to you to enquire/apologise/explain/ask/send/... Thank you for your enquiry of (date) about/concerning (object) In answer/response to the question about... With regard/reference to ... I have attached/in the attachment you will find ... If you need/require any further information/assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me/us again I could ... Would you like......

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English Language ( inglise keel)

The spoken and written language between 400 and 1100AD is referred to as Old English. Many words used today come from Old English. English from 1300 to 1500 is known as Middle English. It was influenced by French and Ltin. Modern Englis was greatly influenced by English used in London and changed a great deal until the end of the 18th century. The standart English today in known as BBC English. Spelling and pronaunciation seem to be the most difficult aspects of the English language for foreign students. English is very rich in synonyms. The huge vocabulary of the language is due to the free admission of words from other language. Old English had several inflections to show singular and plural, tense and person, but over the centuries words have been simpified. The loss of inflections had made English a very flexible lnguage....

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I love English 3 WB.U 8.ex 6

Complete the sentences. was, were, wasn´t, weren´t 1. Ella and Emily weren´t at school yesterday. They were both ill. 2. Jim wasn´t at home yesterday. He was at his granny. 3. It was a long race. We were all tired. 4. My grandfather wasn´t born in a small village. 5. I was late for school this morning. I was so unhappy. 6. I was ill last weekend. Now i´m well. 7. Where were you born? 8. Today Katie room is tidy, but yesterday her things was all over the floor. ...

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English in my mind

English in my mind LE 10 Joosep Kaur Martin Klaus Andry Haava My dream home should look nice and clean It should be big with a huge yard and a swimming pool. The house has 4 floors . The first floor should have a sauna . The second floor should have a living room and a bathroom. The third floor should have 4 bedrooms and each of the bedrooms should be with a shower . And the fourth floor should have massage rooms and a little spa for me and my family . There should be a basement in the house , in the basement we should have game rooms like bowling and a pool room , and one room with a big tv and with very comfortable sofas and chairs . The following housework: v Washing ­up v Trees traction v Furnaces heating v Cooking v Tidying up v Domestic animals care Summer and autumn: q Lawn mowing q Greenhouse digging q Gardening Muutke teksti laade Teine tase...

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