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It has grown with the growth of the planet's learning and scientific achievements, but so ingenious a thing it is that new words to express new thoughts or describe new conditions or discoveries form themselves--no other word could explain the thing that a new word is required for other than the word that naturally falls to it, and so, no matter how far removed two nations or races, their spoken languages are identical.
They know that the Sagoths have a spoken language, but they cannot comprehend it, or how it manifests itself, since they have no auditory apparatus.
A virtual reality dog is helping young Britons get to grips with some basic Mandarin Chinese the most spoken language in the world.
English or French or another spoken language, or it can be sign language; the key is language accessibility of a deep and meaningful nature.
Ten Lectures on Spoken Language and Gesture From the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics: Issues of Dynamicity and Multimodality
Rocky's calls might answer the argument about whether or not spoken language stemmed from early human ancestors.
Emma said: "They have started going to nursery and are hearing sound and spoken language a lot more, so now they are using spoken and sign language at the same time.
Polish is the second most commonly spoken language in the UK, Hindi is the sixth most widely spoken language in the world and there are 406 million Spanish speakers worldwide.
Locke, a speech and language therapist, educational psychologist, teacher, and education consultant, outlines the spoken language teaching program One Step at a Time to develop children's spoken language in the early years and primary school through active use of spoken language in the classroom and differentiated teaching for all children in mainstream education.
24 ( ANI ): A new study has found that the brains of jazz musicians engrossed in spontaneous, improvisational musical conversation showed robust activation of brain areas traditionally associated with spoken language and syntax, which are used to interpret the structure of phrases and sentences.
8220;Pediatric Audiologic Rehabilitation,” recently published by Thieme, presents evidence-based information on the clinical and educational management of children with hearing loss who are learning spoken language from infancy through adolescence.
Dissimilar ethnic status between caregivers contributed to depression and loneliness symptoms, while dissimilar spoken language contributed to conduct problems in the foster home.
Carnegie Speech offers spoken language training software.
The Question: What's the difference in spoken language development when children receive either two cochlear implants at the same time or receive them sequentially?