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These social English lessons will teach you phrases you can use with confidence in various social situations.
Lesson Likes, Dislikes, and Preferences Denise and Robert are discussing a new design for their website. Lesson Invitations and Offers Knowing how to make — and respond to — invitations and offers is a very important part of social English.
It helps you build professional relationships as well as friendships. Listen to this conversation between Christine and Tara, who share an apartment, to learn some of the common phrases used for arguing. Lesson Expressing Concern, Sympathy, and Condolences One of the most difficult social situations — for both native and non-native English speakers — is knowing what to say when someone tells you a piece of bad news.
Lesson Common Interjections Everyday spoken English contains lots of little expressions like wow, oops, aww, ooh, huh?
However, in Modern English the subject and the object do not have distinctive forms and we also make use of fixed word order in Modern English syntax.
Languages that make extensive use of prepositions and auxiliary verbs and depend upon word order to show other relationships are known as analytic languages. Modern English morphology and syntax possess such characteristics of analytic language, whereas Old English was merely synthetic one. This distinction must be constantly kept in mind in the case of grammatical gender as it not only affects the reference of pronouns but also determines the form of inflection and the agreement of adjectives.
Old English also possessed grammatical gender but all those were stripped away during Middle English period, and today the gender of every noun in the dictionary is known instantly. Gender of Modern English is determined by meaning—all nouns naming living creatures are masculine or feminine according to the sex of the individual, and all others are neuter. Morphology and Syntax 13 3. It is native to the region of eastern South Asia known as Bengal, which comprises present day Bangladesh, the Indian state of West Bengal, and parts of the Indian states of Tripura and Assam.
Bangla is one of the most spoken languages ranked sixth in the world with around million native and around million total speakers. Bangla, along with other Eastern Indo-Aryan languages evolved circa — CE from eastern Middle Indo-Aryan dialects such as the Magadhi Prakrit and Pali, which developed from a dialect or group of dialects that were close, but not identical to, Vedic and Classical Sanskrit.
Literary Bangla saw borrowings from Classical Sanskrit, preserving spelling while adapting pronunciation to that of Bangla, during the period of Middle Bengali and the Bengali Renaissance.
The modern literary form of Bangla was developed during the 19th and early 20th centuries based on the dialect spoken in the Nadia region, a west-central Bangla dialect. Today, literary form and dialects of Bangla constitute the primary language spoken in Bangladesh and the second most commonly spoken language in India.
Assamese Ahomiya branches out in this period and Oriya just before this period 8th century The scripts and languages during this period were mainly influenced by the Kamrupi language script-Kamrupa Prakrit as the entire region—Assam, Bengal and parts of Bihar and Orissa was under the Kamrupa kingdom now known as Assam. Some scholars further divide this period into early and late middle periods.
Morphology and Syntax 14 iii New Bengali since : Major developments of this period include shortening of verbs and pronouns, among other changes e. Moreover, historically being closer to Pali, Bangla saw an increase in Sanskrit influence during the Middle Bengali Chaitanya Mahaprabhu era and also during the Bengali Renaissance.
Although it is a largely contested notion as some scholars proposed triglossia or even n-glossia or heteroglossia between the written and spoken forms of the language. However, use of this form Shadhubhasha in modern writing is uncommon, restricted to some official signs and documents in Bangladesh as well as for achieving particular literary effects. It is a written Bangla style exhibiting a predominance of colloquial idiom and shortened verb forms, and is the standard for written Bangla now.
This form came into vogue towards the turn of the 19th century, promoted by the writings of Peary Chand Mitra Alaler Gharer Dulal, , Pramatha Chowdhury Sabujpatra, and in the later writings of Rabindranath Tagore. This form is modeled on the dialect spoken in the Shantipur region in Nadia district, West Bengal. Morphology and Syntax 15 Linguistically, Cholit Bangla is derived from Sadhu Bangla through two successive standard linguistic transformations. While most writings are carried out in Cholit Bangla, spoken dialects exhibit a far greater variety.
Other parts of West Bengal and west Bangladesh speak in dialects that are minor variations, such as the Medinipur dialect characterized by some unique words and constructions. However, areas of Bangladesh, particularly the Chittagong region, speak in a dialect that bears very little superficial resemblance to Manno Cholit Bangla, including an entirely different vocabulary.
The difference is so great that a person from West Bengal will be very hard hard- pressed to understand even a single sentence in a passage of this dialect. This is known as the Bongali Sublanguage, or more informally as Chattagram Bangla.
Writers such as Manik Bandopadhyay in Padmanodir Majhi have used the Bongali dialect in writing conversations. Though formal spoken Bangla is modeled on Manno Cholit Bangla, the majority of Bengalis are able to communicate in more than one variety—often, speakers are fluent in Choltibhasha and one or more Regional dialects.
Comparative Analysis 4. However, Bangla has different third-person pronouns for proximity. The first are used for someone who is nearby, and the second are for those who are a little further away.
The third are usually for those who are not present. Figure Personal Pronouns possessive case in Bangla and English ii Nouns: Unlike English, Bangla nouns are also inflected for case, including nominative, objective, genitive possessive , and locative.
Unlike English, nouns in Bangla cannot be counted directly by adding the numeral directly adjacent to the noun. Most nouns in Bangla unlike English take the generic measure word ta, although there are many more specific measure words, such as jon, which is only used to count humans.
However, omitting the noun and preserving the measure word is grammatical and not uncommon in Bangla. Hence, English and Bangla sentences constitute with transitive verbs differ significantly. These combine with mood and aspect to form more complex conjugations, such as the past progressive, or the present perfect. The endings are -i, - i sh, -o, - e, and - e n. The endings are -lam, -li, -le, - lo, -len notice that the vowels for the second and third familiar persons are the reverse of those in the present tense.
For example: ami dekhlam, tui dekhli, tumi dekhle, se dekhlo, apni dekhlen. It is easy to form the habitual past tense in Bangla: simply start with the simple past tense and change the l to t except in the tui in very familiar form.
The endings are -tam, -tish, -te, -to, -ten. For example: ami dekhtam, tui dekhtish, tumi dekhte, sha dekhto, apni dekhten. Some postpositions require their object noun to take the possessive case, while others require the objective case which is unmarked for inanimate nouns ; this distinction must be memorized. Most postpositions are formed by taking nouns referring to a location and inflecting them for locative case. Therefore, this very study aids the second language L2 learners of either Bangla or English as it portrays morphological and syntactical comparison between the two languages.
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