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814 documents for mother tongue influence
  • ...The influence of the Authorized Version on the English language ... only that he has inherited English for his mother tongue, is confronted with the influence of the ...

  • ... to turn thethoughts of the easily influenced to paths which sometimes lead to prison." Moving ... voice of his Father, orthe voice of his Mother." The Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts 6 ...J. Kamensky, Governing the Tongue 102, n. 14 (1997)(citing similar laws in the ...

  • Today's mother is challenged to fulfill new and ever-changing roles. This simply adds to, but cannot replace, her awesome responsibility within the home and family. A woman possesses unique characteristics that equip her in her role of motherhood. She has the power of influence, both for positive and negative. Women are naturally created to be nurturers, making up the vast majority of teachers, nurses, social workers and volunteers within our communities. "She opens her mouth in wisdom and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue" (Proverbs 31:26).

  • According to my first thesis, then, epistemology and ontology hang together inseparably, especially regarding the question of truth. The impossibility of this deduction makes the more comprehensive feature of the new interpretation questionable. [...]we mean that the two relational criteria should be understood in the next sense: (a) one interpretation has more comprehensive horizon, and (b) the second one is derivable from the first one. 29 It is worth emphasizing that these relational criteria can be considered useful only in the case of comparable interpretations.

    ...It was Heidegger's influence that gave Gadamer's thought its distinctive cast ... traditions when we have learned our mother tongue. In describing our life within such a ...

  • When summer came and the city put up a great stench that seeped into the houses I would go to the DeAlegria home dressed in white linen and spend the whole weekend stealing flowers from trees and winking at passersby from stoops. It was not so much that [Nina] was a bad influence as that bad things were drawn to her goodness. The men who danced with her mother would sometimes buy the both of us a soda then wink a wad of bills from their pocket while suggesting we hit the movies so that the dancing could continue inside. With a loud gay laugh Ms. DeAlegria would shake her head in a mockery of the word "no" before sidling up to the greased man with the money, and hiss at Nina to take us to the theater, mincing her white teeth on the syllables in "teatro" so as to emphasize the laxity of o...

    ... from her fingernail onto her upraised tongue so that by the time we glanced at the boys at the ...

  • BANGALORE, India -- The caller, in a slow, Southern drawl, describes a problem he is having with his video game. A Dayton area code flashes on the computer screen and, 12,000 miles away in India, Abhinav Majumdar puts on his fake American accent. Hi. This is Antonio. How may I help you?" Majumdar says, switching into the role of "Antonio," video game problem solver.

    ... master - - neutralizing the MTI, or the Mother Tongue Influence. That's how "Antonio" at the B2K ...

  • ... their accent so that there is no m.t.i.--mother tongue influence," says Sunil Wadhwa of Hero ...

  • Trethewey talks about the place of poetry in American culture. Poetry cannot fail, yet the role of poetry waxes and wanes in the lives of many people. They turn to it when they need it. In the face of tragedy, reading poetry may serve as not only their silent reflection, but also their uttered lament, a container for their collective loss. Poetry possesses a cultural force in its ability to give shape to what they have witnessed and therefore inevitably must be articulated.

    ..., bending now and again to pick for my mother the weeds I thought were flowers. The red conical ...And so I smiled, but he poked out. His tongue, and called me, "Nigger.". I saw the whole of ... help us do so, to wield its ennobling influence on us, and to save us- perhaps not as a nation, ...

  • Our study describes the rules of commercial language for a better understanding of the effect of globalization on law and legal language. The influence of English language on the global market made English become the lingua franca in commercial trade exchanges. We will also discuss in the present article the use of Anglicisms in international transactions and the cultural implications that arise from this aspect. Thus, we will approach the specificity of legal language in International commercial law, taking into account the fact that it was fairly protected during the communist regime.

    ... feel at ease although it is not their mother tongue. As a consequence, the languages of ...

  • ...\ Gloria E. Anzaldua (How to Tame a Wild Tongue, 1987). As Chicana/Latina teacher educators, we ...174). These bodies of our mothers, grandmothers, and great aunts hold theories of a ..." (Jiménez, 2009), and how does this influence our notions of Chicanisma and mestiza ...

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