Over many years, language has developed as a means for humans to express themselves. It is a way to save knowledge and pass it on from generation to generation. Primarily, humans use language as a way of communication, which means that it is inevitable that it affects and becomes affected by almost all the different aspects of any given … *** Please Login To View ***

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Author

  • Jacob Hawsa

    Jacob is a licensed Neurolanguage coach currently working for BAE Systems in Saudi Arabia, where he is working with the National Guard and Airforce. He is interested in horse riding, martial arts, reading and yoga. He has a special interest in pragmatics.