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OWN
SOUNDS
DEVELOPMENT
COMMUNICATION
INTRODUCTION
HEBREW
WRITTEN WORDS
EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE PROCESS
AKKADIAN
LUSITANIA
NAME
MALAGASY
LETTERS
DIACRITICS
WORDS
CLASSICAL TIBETAN
LITERARY LANGUAGE
OWN WRITTEN LANGUAGE
RECEPTIVE APHASIA
VERNACULAR CHINESE
OFFICIAL WRITTEN LANGUAGE
OWN SPOKEN
HITTITE LANGUAGE
PATIENT
QING DYNASTY
FORMS
VARIANTS
COUNTRY
ENTIRELY
UNIFORM
CONTRAST
LITERARY
PART
WAYS
ORAL
SKILLS
FORM
SYNTAX
GRAMMAR
TIME
NATIONAL ANTHEM
GEORGIAN
INSCRIPTIONS
ARAMAIC
CULTURES
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Definitions

  1. A written language is the representation of a language by means of a writing system.
  2. Written language is an invention in that it must be taught to children, who will instinctively learn or create spoken or gestural languages.
  3. Written language is the spoken language of people in central and eastern part of island of Java, in Indonesia.
  4. Written language is an invention; whereas, spoken language has evolved along with homo sapiens.
  5. Written language is a different medium from spoken language and has different requirements.

Own

  1. Without a written language of their own, the Jino people used to keep records by notching on wood or bamboo.

Sounds

  1. One has to ponder when, how, and why our spoken language changed so much that these sounds are dropped from our written language.

Development

  1. Evolutionary purism: In this pattern purism is seen early in the development of a written language. (Web site)

Communication

  1. Tadzhik has been the language of communication and the written language for all the small ethnic groups in the Pamirs for a long time. (Web site)

Introduction

  1. Hoshino, T., & Marcus, R. (1981). Lao for beginners: An introduction to the spoken and written Language of Laos.

Hebrew

  1. In the eighth century, the kings of the Khazars adopted the Jewish religion and made Hebrew the written language of the kingdom. (Web site)

Written Words

  1. What a written language does is to keep the written words looking as they were before the change. (Web site)

Expressive Language

  1. Expressive Language The aspect of spoken langauge that includes speaking and the aspect of written language that includes composing or writing. (Web site)

Language Process

  1. It is an essential part of the use of language process, both in spoken and written language. (Web site)

Akkadian

  1. Under the kings of Akkad, their Semitic language, known as Akkadian, became a written language made with the cuneiform system of writing.

Lusitania

  1. Galician-Portuguese became the spoken and written language of Lusitania. (Web site)

Name

  1. Nowadays, the term Bokmål officially refers only to the written language of that name (and possibly to its use in the media, by actors etc.).

Malagasy

  1. Malagasy only recently become a written language.

Letters

  1. Alphabetic Principle The basic idea that written language is a code in which letters represent the sounds in spoken words. (Web site)

Diacritics

  1. Short vowels are not usually represented in written language, although they may be indicated with diacritics.

Words

  1. Concepts, which partly correspond to the words in spoken and written language, are an important kind of mental representation. (Web site)

Classical Tibetan

  1. Although spoken Tibetan varies according to the region, the written language, based on Classical Tibetan, is consistent throughout.

Literary Language

  1. Thus literary language, the specific register of written language, lends itself to prescription to a higher degree than spoken language.
  2. The Siberian Tatars have no written language of their own and use the literary language of the Volga Tatars. (Web site)

Own Written Language

  1. Their language belongs to the Altay Manchu-Tungusic language family, and their own written language is based on the Manchu language. (Web site)

Receptive Aphasia

  1. Lesions produce receptive aphasia with problems understanding spoken and written language. (Web site)

Vernacular Chinese

  1. The vernacular language movement took hold, and the written language was standardized as Vernacular Chinese.

Official Written Language

  1. Their spoken language is closer to Azeri but their official written language is like the Turkish spoken in present‐day Turkey.

Own Spoken

  1. The Han nationality has its own spoken and written language, known as the Chinese language, which belongs to the Chinese-Tibetan language family.
  2. The Va people have their own spoken and written language.

Hittite Language

  1. By the end of the Hittite Empire, the Hittite language had become a written language of administration and diplomatic correspondence. (Web site)

Patient

  1. The patient had been the victim of a stroke, and could not understand spoken or written language. (Web site)

Qing Dynasty

  1. The Daurs speak a language related to Mongolian and used Manchu during the Qing Dynasty as their written language. (Web site)
  2. During the Qing Dynasty, they used the Manchu written language, but ever since the Revolution of 1911, written Mandarin has been in common use. (Web site)

Forms

  1. In written language, such things as paragraph structure and punctuation have semantic content; in other forms of language, there is other semantic content. (Web site)

Variants

  1. To understand the notion of "variants" within the received Qur'anic text, one must understand that Arabic had not yet fully developed as a written language.

Country

  1. Through the new written language, knowledge and Dharma spread all over the country. (Web site)

Entirely

  1. Until about 1800, it was almost entirely a written language, but now it is so widely spoken that most of the former German dialects are near-extinct.
  2. The development of field studies and other methods of analysing spoken as well as written language gave 20th century descriptive work an entirely new focus.

Uniform

  1. The pagans attempted from the start to develop a uniform written language in a neutral Dialect, the Sahidic.
  2. One uniform written language continues to be used (with a few exceptions) instead of written versions of the spoken languages.

Contrast

  1. The term spoken language is often used in contrast to written language; the world's most widely spoken languages all have written forms.
  2. Speech communication stands in contrast to sign language and written language.
  3. Spoken language stands in contrast to written language.

Literary

  1. Although Middle Egyptian became the literary and written language, the spoken language continued to change.
  2. Iron dialect is the literary and written language of the Ossetian language.

Part

  1. For example, spoken and written language are transmitted to a part of the cerebrum called Wernicke's area where meaning is extracted.

Ways

  1. In many ways, written language is a poor reflection of spoken language.
  2. These limitations can show up in many ways, such as specific difficulties with spoken and written language, coordination, self-control, or attention. (Web site)

Oral

  1. New Literacy Studies is critical of binary (essentialist) dichotomies between spoken and written language use and between oral and literate cultures.
  2. Electronic texts digitally represent oral or written language in a form suitable for analysis with a computer.

Skills

  1. They also devised and taught a written language for the Huns and with the help of an Armenian bishop, taught also agricultural methods and skills.

Form

  1. Hawaiian began to take form as a written language, but largely restricted to isolated names and words, and word lists collected by explorers and travellers. (Web site)

Syntax

  1. It is a written language with a high degree of standardization in orthography and syntax that sets it quite apart from the subsequent Modern Mongolian.

Grammar

  1. McKenzie, Dr. Parker Paul - A Kiowa Indian, he created an alphabet and recorded the words, grammar and syntax to provide a written language for Kiowa.
  2. However, all the variants more or less share a common written language, though there are vernacular variations in vocabulary, grammar, and orthography. (Web site)

Time

  1. However, there being no written language of Tibet at the time, the information is only conveyed orally.

National Anthem

  1. An example of the written language is a section of the national anthem of South Africa. (Web site)

Georgian

  1. The evolution of Georgian into a written language was a consequence of the conversion of the Georgian elite to Christianity in the mid-4th century. (Web site)
  2. It exists only as a spoken language, as the Bats people use Georgian as their written language. (Web site)

Inscriptions

  1. The Malagasy never devised a written language (consequently producing no manuscripts or inscriptions).
  2. Examples of Urartian written language have survived in many inscriptions found throughout the area of the Urartu kingdom. (Web site)

Aramaic

  1. The orthography of Aramaic at this early period seems to be based on Phoenician, and there is a unity in the written language.

Cultures

  1. Many cultures in the past existed without written language.
  2. We can also point to cultures that never developed their own written language but did develop their own arithmetic.

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