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Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
Is the english language changing
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Is the english language changing

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I tried to show that English is changing to few extent because of the need of young generation they prefer it in compressible to standard English.

I tried to show that English is changing to few extent because of the need of young generation they prefer it in compressible to standard English.

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  • 1. PANKAJ KUMAR IIBM PATNA “IS THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CHANGING”1
  • 2. INTRODUCTION2  “Language is always changing”  No language has more synonyms then english.  Language change due to new technologies.  new product and new experience and new words that refer to them clearly. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 3. EXAMPLE3  Fax machine is originally known as facsimile machine.  It allowed one person to send another a copy.  As machine become common people began to using shorter form “FAX” to refer both machine and document both. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 4. 4  No two people have had exactly language experience.  Various group in society use language as a way of making their group identity.  Change in the language begin with teen and young adults.  We get new words from many different place and borrow them from other language. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 5. EXAMPLE5  We do for shortening longer words (gym from gymnasium),(brunch from breakfast and launch).  For hundred year ago.  Word peas was used to refer single PEA or a bunch of them.  Over time, people assumed the Pease was a plural form, for which pea must be singular, and a new word PEA was born.  Old English word order was much more free than that of modern English. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 6. “wasn’t English more elegant in6 Shakespeares day”  People tend to think that older forms of language are more elegant, logical or correct than modern forms, but it’s just not true.  That language is always changing doesn’t mean it’s getting worse ; it’s just becoming different. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 7. Why can’t people Just use correct English ?7  Correct English people usually mean standard English.  Language used in government, education and other formal context.  Standard English is just one dialect of English.  Every dialect of every language has rule. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 8. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ENGLISH8 LANGUAGE  The most common letters in English are R S T L N E.  “RHYTHMS” is the longest English word without the normal vowels, A, E, I, O, U.  There is only ONE word in the English language with three CONSECUTIVE SETS OF DOUBLE LETTERS …… “Bookkeeper”  Only 3 words in the English language end in “ceed”: “proceed, exceed, and succeed”. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 9. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ENGLISH9 LANGUAGE  The word “QUEUE” is the only word in the language that is still pronounced the same way when pronounced the same way when the last four letters removed.  The shortest word in the English language with all it’s letters in alphabetical order is the word “almost”. PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013
  • 10. 10 PANKAJ KUMAR, IIBM PATNA; source:LINGUA BULLETIN,JANUARY 2013 1/21/2013

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