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Let , If the System of Secondary Education on English be changed.-English is in Dilemma.. Have views.."
''I was reading further a book. The book was on Science of Language. While reading through the book, I was getting so many vocabulary words even now at a mature age , years of secondary education ,altogether sometime' is out of my knowledge.
Every time I had a question , why English Language Grammar is too insistent? The teacher never told me answer, only endorsed to arrest myself among so many rules and examples.
Several years after I came to know the answer of my question is ' English Language and ''Masculine Gender'' '. This 'is' not the only mysterious knowledge, I acquired at the time as also along with other knowledge on 'Growth of English Language'..
Pronunciation, an utmost problem and hence myself amidst in dilemma. Of a length, who" shall help me" was an uttered question.The answer became clear to me when I had learnt on -"Prosody".
During childhood -I learnt decorum of a paragraph , or stress on English language such that obviously sounds to be good..The conception became more clear , advent when I learnt on 'Rhetoric'.
'Hence, I do feel that many things are been left to know.'
On circumstance, if System on Science of Language be introduced on basis of age, on Secondary System of Education... I think our generation shall learn more- in better way to avoid the dilemma'tic thoroughfares on English Language, we face oft in a professional life mainly... "
On aspect, I was reading a book. With editing from the book, however, it mentions-
"A language, like a living organism, grows and develops, decays and dies away, although this is no animate being. It is, however, the weapon, not martial, but intellectual and cultural of we,a rational animate being. Naturally it has, like a living being, growth and decay. Its advancement and development depend, of course, on a number of factors, external as well as internal. An individual requires external aids in the form of food, drink, even medicines and the like for his or her health and growth. At the same time, he or she must have the internal power of the appropriate assimilation of external elements. In the same way, a language needs foreign elements, along with its own assimilative resourcefulness, to grow adequately. This is borne out solidly by the linguistic history of the English language that has risen today from a tiny local dialect to the status of an international language.
Indeed, the English language occupies today a very significant status in the world. It is the chief claimant for the dignified position of the international language, and this is hardly refutable. In vigour and vastness, in affluence and applicability, the language stands formidable and almost unassailable.
With its rich vocabulary, orderly grammatical and phonetical systems and easily accessible and liberal masculinity, it has attained ...'' [More to meet in my document that to be posted in :
2 days ago - Posted in Publishaletter.com By :(Not Verified), Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri. Letter to the Editor Sent to : Times of India, The. Country: India.