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    about language
    Message de steven6 posté le 21-11-2005 à 12:51:59 (S | E | F | I)

    Hello, Could you tell me
    what 's the difference between national language ,offical language ;and dialect
    thanks very much

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    Edité par bridg le 21-11-2005 14:46
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    Réponse: about language de to-be-free, postée le 21-11-2005 à 14:33:44 (S | E)
    hello,
    Let me give you definitions of these three kinds of language one by one.
    Dialect is a language which is mainly spoken in burg or countryside or even still kept by traditional families in some towns and regions. Generally, this language couldn’t be written and hasn’t often precise grammar rules. It is a way of talking inherited from father to son and transmitted between generations. That’s way people wouldn’t break the habit of speaking it and would rather keep on perpetuating this value given from their ancestors by proudly speaking dialect inside their family.
    National language is as it’s rightly written nation’s language. Some countries may have got many nations’ languages. For example, Switzerland has French, German and Italian languages; Belgium has two ones, French language which is spoken in south and Flemish language in north. These languages are recognised as national ones to be practised at school, at work places, in trade relations and in all daily professional activities. So each language has its own grammar and literature which is incessantly developed over time.
    Official language is like national one but more important in the country. It’s the citizenry’s language allowed to be spoken in higher official institutions like parliament, or senate and presidency house. According to its national representation, country’s rules are mainly written and set in official language.
    Hope that helps.
    See you,
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    Edité par lucile83 le 21-11-2005 14:58


    Réponse: about language de laydown009, postée le 22-11-2005 à 08:38:27 (S | E)
    Hi, about language , it's important as we have to use it every day for communicating with people especially is the national one , but for the dialect we can sometimes find it hard to understand as it's only spoken by a part of people, otherwise official one too ,so however we should try to learn what we can and what we need ,right !

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    Edité par lucile83 le 22-11-2005 14:51


    Réponse: about language de noussa18, postée le 18-12-2005 à 21:54:05 (S | E)
    I think that learning new languages is very very important, it gives us the opportunity to communicate with other people in all over the world in order to improve our knowledge with new informations

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    Edité par lucile83 le 19-12-2005 08:01


    Réponse: about language de kilwa2001, postée le 23-01-2006 à 22:36:16 (S | E)
    it's verry easy the language which use with your parent and family called dialect otherwise it is called official but national language=official+dialect language don t disturb





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