Monday, September 28, 2009

Introduction to the English Language Webquest by Andrew Heck

The English language can be as complicated or as simple as you make it. Like many other languages, it has evolved over time to include new words whose origins can be found in old languages, or in other contemporary languages that have exercised cultural transmission, which can be understood by identifying the definition of the word, the root of the word, and the word's etymology. This procedure can assist in streamlining your basic comprehension skills and maneuverability within the oral and written worlds.
The proper and efficient use of grammar, punctuation, and correct spelling are very necessary in conveying clear messages that others will read, interpret, and evaluate. It is also useful to be able to recognize the structure of sentences and the parts of speech. This will help ensure that you are communicating in an effective manner, which will ease the burden of deciphering otherwise-confusing critical information for the person trying to understand what you are saying.

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