Nature of Language or Dialect Variation Name of student University Nature of Language or Dialect Variation Language is defined as simply a set of procedures that are used to make sure there is an agreement between the sender and the receiver for meanings designated to the symbols and the schema for connecting them used for each and every communication. The schema for connecting them is usually referred to as grammar while the symbols whereas not typically accompanying non-verbal activity are usually referred to as words. A communication basically takes place between two or more individuals. And for there to be a communication an agreement has to exist between the sender and the receiver on the various meanings assigned to the symbols used (Rice-Johnson 2008 para.2) Dialect on the other hand is a regional or social variety of a language that is differentiated either by vocabulary grammar or pronunciation. In clear reflection of the culture in which it emerges from and that is why cultural influences also affect the nature of language and dialect variations in that society. References Crystal D. & Ivic P. (2014 July 22). Dialect. Retrieved October 28 2017 from www.britannica.com V. Rodman R. & Hyams N. (2007). An Introduction to language (5th ed.). Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. Enz C. V. (2010 July 20). Factors Contributing to Variations in Rate of Language Acquisition. Retrieved October 28 2017 from www.education.com M. (2014 June 16). 10 Spanish Dialects: How Spanish is spoken around the World. Retrieved October 28 2017 from www.altaland.com W. (2008 August 23). Language: A Definition from First Principles – Three Grand Over the Truckstop. Retrieved October 28 2017 from philica.com R. & Berry G. M. (2015 August 08). To appear in: Potawski K. (ed.) Handbook of Spanish as a … Retrieved October 28 2017 from ww.bing.com 5063.1 [...]
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