Elements Of British and American English by Karol Janicki

By Karol Janicki

Components Of British and American English\Различия между британским и американским вариантами английского КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор:Karol JanickiНазвание: components Of British and American English.Различия между британским и американским вариантами английскогоИздательство: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe Год: 1977 Формат: pdf Размер: 1,6 mbДанная книга предназначена для тех изучающих английский язык, кто часто задается вопросом, чем же все-таки отличается британский вариант от американского. Несмотря на то, что книга вышла три десятка лет назад, она по прежнему актуальна.Книга адресованавсем, кто владеет базовыми знаниями английского языка. Сравнение двух вариантов английского языка проходит на следующих уровнях:- фонетика (произношение и интонация)- лексика- фразеология- синтаксис eighty five

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The territorial ordinance recognises nine official languages: English, French, and seven Aboriginal languages (Chipewyan, Cree, Dogrib, Gwich'in, North Slavey, South Slavey and Inuktitut). 24 On 30 October 1990, the United States Congress passed a law (Native American Languages Act) that recognises the right to use Aboriginal languages as a teaching medium and gives power to tribes, to States and to territories to grant official status to these languages. The Canadian and Quebec legislative texts (Cree and Naskapi Act) as well as the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, the only treaty that includes provisions in linguistic matters (Richstone, 1989: 269), are analysed by François Trudel (this volume, Chapter 3).

Nonetheless, Guaraní was likewise a victim of repression in the 19th century, first during the dictatorship of Carlos Antonio López (1840-1862). But, during the war of the Triple Alliance (of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, 1865-1870), Guaraní became a symbol of national unity, only to suffer the effects of defeat and thereafter be restricted mainly to family use. This situation continued until the Chaco War (1932-1935) when, for security reasons, the government forbade the use of Spanish on the battlefield.

Education is the transmission of culture and values, therefore, we declare that Yaqui education shall be the means for the transmission of the Yaqui language and spiritual and cultural heritage. We further declare that all aspects of the educational process shall reflect the beauty of our Yaqui language, culture and values. It shall be the policy of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe that no member of the Tribe shall be coerced by any outside non-Yaqui tribal authority or system to deny or debase the Yaqui language.

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