مطلوب على وجه السرعة !!!! موضوع عن اهميه اللغة الانجليزية ..

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  1. DEDO

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    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    اطلب من اخواني عباقرة اللغه ,,, وفطاحلتها ... موضوع عن اهميتها ...

    [mark=FF33CC]( لاحظوا السجع ) ... [/mark]


    يعني بإختصار ... بلييييييييييييز ,,,


    ممكن من اي عضو .... يعطينا موضوع .... عن اهميه اللغه الانجليزيه ... وباللغه الانجليزية ..... ايضاً ....


    وشكراً لكم ...
     
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  3. ماجدولين

    ماجدولين مشرفة سابقة مشرف سابق

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    [align=left]Welcome Ded Man>>>>>:)

    it's our pleasure to help u ,,


    And i'm sure that the others will do too,,


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    [color=FF0099]The Importance of English[/color]

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    English is not the most widely spoken language in the world in terms of the number of native speakers--there are many more Chinese speakers than native English speakers--but Chinese is spoken little outside of Chinese communities, so English is the most widespread language in the world. It is difficult to estimate exactly how many English speakers there are, but according to one estimate there are more than 350,000,000 native English speakers and more than 400,000,000 speakers of English as a second language (a language used in everyday life, even though it is not the native language) or foreign language (a language studied but not used much in everyday life).
    However, even these numbers do not really indicate how important English is as a world language, because less than fifteen percent of the world population uses English. The importance of English is not just in how many people speak it but in what it is used for. English is the major language of news and information in the world. It is the language of business and government even in some countries where it is a minority language. It is the language of maritime communication and international air traffic control, and it is used even for internal air traffic control in countries where it is not a native language. American popular culture--primarily movies and music--carries the English language throughout the world.

    English as a First or Second Language.........
    In some countries, English is the sole or dominant language. It has that role in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. All of these countries are former British colonies. In other countries, English is widely used, particularly among people who have no other language in common, even though it is not the dominant language of the country. For example, English is widely used in Hong Kong, Singapore, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Malaysia. In such countries, it is often used as a means of communication between people who have different native languages.
    Uses of English

    English for News and Information......
    English is commonly used as a medium for the communication of information and news. Three quarters of all telex messages and telegrams are sent in English. Eighty percent of computer data are processed and stored in English. Much satellite communication is carried in English. Five thousand newspapers, more than half of the newspapers published in the world, are published in English. Even in many countries where English is a minority language, there is at least one newspaper in English. In India alone, there are three thousand magazines published in English. In many countries, television news is broadcast in English. Because of the power of television, demonstrators in every country use signs printed in English for the benefit of the international press.
    English for Business, Diplomacy, and the Professions
    English is a major language of international business, diplomacy, and science and the professions. It is the language that an Iranian businessman and a Japanese businessman are likely to use to communicate. Important commodities such as silver, tin, and hard currency are traded in English. English is also an official language, or the official language, of many international organizations, including the United Nations and many professional organizations. It is frequently the language of international conferences, and it is the language of international athletics. Throughout the world, many professional papers are published in English. Even papers that are published in other languages often have abstracts in English.


    English for Entertainment Popular culture.......

    Popular culture has also played an important part in spreading English. American and British popular music are heard all over the world. American movies are seen in almost every country. Books in English are available even in countries where few people actually use English. One reason that students give for learning English is to understand these songs, movies and books.

    Travel.......
    English is also very important for international travel. Much of the information countries disseminate about themselves outside of their borders is in English. English is spoken in large hotels and tourist attractions, at airports, and in shops that tourists frequent. There are newspapers printed in English, and TV news is available in English. Tours are almost always available in English. Even in countries where few people speak English on the street, people who work with tourists generally speak English. In some countries even drivers of buses or streetcars and sellers at newsstands speak English well.

    Other Uses of English.........
    In many former British colonies, English is still used in government and as a medium of communication among people who do not have another language in common. In some cases, it is a neutral language that is used to avoid giving any one indigenous language too much prestige. English is often used in India, because it is neutral. It is the language of government. People who speak English have a certain status in society. It is used for books, music and dance. In Singapore, English is a second language, but it is necessary for daily life. Many companies there use English. In addition, sixteen countries in Africa have retained English as the language of government. Now standard English is taught in schools in those countries, because it is necessary for careers.
    English is also studied as a foreign language in countries where it is not generally used as a medium of communication. In China, English language lessons are popular TV programs. Two hundred fifty million Chinese--more than the population of the US--are learning English on TV. English is usually the first or most commonly taught foreign language in many countries, and people understand it a little at least.

    Conclusion.......
    As we have seen, English is a widespread and important language in the world today. It is used for everything from international academic conferences to news reports to popular music lyrics. It is used not only for communication between native speakers and nonnative speakers of English but between nonnative speakers. Even though it does not have the greatest number of speakers in the world, it is the most widely used language in the world, and it will be used by more people in the future. [/color]
     
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  5. DEDO

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    شكراً اختي العزيزة ... ماجدولين ..

    بس اخاف من قوة الصياغه ... يدري المدرس اني ما كتبت البحث ...


    الله يستر ...

    وشكراً على السرعه ..

    مشكورة اختي ...
     
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  7. ماجدولين

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    [align=left][color=FF33CC]English - the universal language on the Internet?[/color]

    [color=660066]Generally speaking, English is the universal language on the Internet, but it has no official status, and it will never have. The reasons for the position of English are the imperialism and economical and political importance of English-speaking countries. Linguistically, English is extremely unsuitable for international communication, and the actual wide use of English tends to polarize the world into Internet users and Internet illiterates.

    The position of English can only be altered by major world-scale political and economical changes, such as increasing importance of the European Union or a coalition between Japan and China. Such powers might wish and be able to promote a language other than English, possibly a constructed language, for international communication.

    Alternatively, or in addition to this, the technology of machine translation may allow people to use their own language in international communication.[/color]
     
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  9. T_K

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    wow ... say no more .1
    I just have to give credit to what you've written Magdoline
    That was an impressively well written paper
    Everything needed to be known is inclosed.

    Magdoline .. can you, if possible, elaborate
    on this sentence
    "Linguistically, English is extremely unsuitable for international communication."

    thanks

    TK
     
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  11. ماجدولين

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    [align=left][color=660066]Dear T-K,,
    as we all know Native speakers tend to use idioms and rare words and to speak too fast, unless they exercise conscious control over their language - and such control is difficult and unnatural when applied to one's mother tongue. This implies that in oral communication in particular native speakers of English often have worse problems in getting themselves correctly understood than nonnative speakers!

    . For a native speaker of a language, it is natural to use one's own dialect, and it is difficult to avoid this entirely..

    When you learn your native language in your childhood, you learn it by listening to and talking with people who have it as their native language. First they know it much better than you, later equally well. Thus it is very natural human behaviour to use your native language with the unconscious but strong assumption that the listener or reader knows the language to the same or even higher extent than you. In international contexts, this built-in assumption is almost always false, and this has severe consequences. For instance, we tend to regard people as stupid or ignorant if they do not understand normal language; this deep-rooted tendency is present even if our conscious mind understands the situation correctly...

    A national language carries with it the history of the nation. For instance, words and phrases have got, in addition to their dictionary meanings, connotations, colours and associations. This is an important cultural phenomenon which helps in keeping the nation a nation, but in international communication it is a burden.

    National languages have originally evolved as spoken languages. When written national languages originated, they were usually formed on the basis of the dialect of the capital or other important area, with the aim of creating a language which supports the creation of a unified nation. Thus, the very origin of a national language is in a sense nationalistic, not internationalistic.

    Due to their long history, national languages have historical relics and features which make them illogical and irrational, such as grammatical gender or irregular forms. Moreover, being originally spoken languages, they lack sufficient tools for expressing things in an exact, unambiguous manner; and the need for such expression is immense and growing, especially in the areas of law and contracts, technology and technical descriptions, and science..
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    [color=FF6600]What do u think....;) [/color]
     
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  13. DEDO

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    كلامك صح اختي ماجدولين ..

    فعلاً ... ما في حد يتكلم انجليزي احسن من الانجليز ,,, ببساطه لانها لغتهم ...


    وكل من يتكلم بها غيرهم ... فهم مقلدون ... فقط ... ولن يجيدوها مثلهم ..


    وشكراً على الموضوع الثاني ..
     
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  15. T_K

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    I think I'm talking to a professor ... ;)


    but I might have some comments
    to post later

    stay cool Mag

    TK



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