Language: structure July 31, 2010Posted by t-maker in Miscellaneous.
Tags: dialect, language, literary, primitive
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Language enables people to express their feelings, ideas, wishes and so on. It is a tool of knowledge through which the worldly knowledge is acquired and preserved, and language is one of the indicators of cultural identity of a linguistic community as well as individual personality. Each language contains its own people’s culture and customs. (Link)
Languages, at least in their literary form, are artificially transformed. They, of course, contain some soft of people’s culture and customs, but often in perverted form, when local dialect of uncreative minority was taken as a basis. In that case, when territorial dominates over creative from the very beginning, a language could be a bad tool. This primitive language will conserve the pettiness of it’s native speakers, and as so it will not allow any this-language-speaking potential genius to develop his talent. Should not we save people from their languages?