language

ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ

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Noun: язык формулировки формулировка речь
Adjective: языковой

Фразы:

the language curtain - языковой барьер

language acquisition - овладение языком

figured language - образный язык

to learn / master a language - учить язык

to speak (in) a language, to use a language - говорить на языке

to standardize a language - стандартизировать язык

language maintenance - поддержание (знания) языка

national language - национальный язык

official language - официальный язык

second language - второй язык

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Примеры:

Don't use bad language. - Не ругайтесь матом.

How many languages do you speak? - На скольких языках вы говорите?

Language is the mirror of society. - Язык является отражением общественной жизни.

Her language is very slangy. - В её речи очень много жаргона.

They abandoned their native language. - Они перестали говорить на своём родном языке.

TC language - ООП язык методологии TRIO/CORBA

His language was often crude. - Он часто не стеснялся в выражениях.

What's the best way to learn a language? - Как лучше всего выучить язык?

The official language of Ghana is English. - Официальный язык Ганы — английский.

Latin is a dead language. - Латынь — это мёртвый язык.

English is becoming a global language. - Английский язык становится международным.

I didn't speak much Japanese, and I was worried that the language barrier might be a problem. - Я плохо говорил по-японски, и боялся, что из-за языкового барьера у меня могут возникнуть проблемы.

The language was strange to me. - Язык был мне незнаком.

a stranger unversed in their language - иноземец, несведущий в их языке

Describe it in ordinary everyday language. - Опишите это простым повседневным языком.

The aboriginal peoples of northern Alaska are known as Inupiats, which in their language literally meansreal people - Коренные народы Северной Аляски известны как "инупиаты", что на их языке буквально означает “настоящие люди”.

Chinese is a tonal language. - Китайский язык является тональным (языком).

French is her first language. - Французский — её родной язык.

the arcane language of the law - понятный не всякому язык закона

sanitize the language in a book - избавить книгу от грубых выражений

German is an inflected language. - Немецкий язык относится к флективным.

the phonetic units of a language - фонетические единицы языка

the written form of the language - письменная форма языка

the syntactic rules of a language - синтаксические правила языка

the formal language of the report - официальный стиль данного отчёта

the child's acquisition of language - освоение ребёнком языка

Andrea's native language is German. - Родным языком Андреа является немецкий.

Many of the deaf use sign language. - Многие глухие люди пользуются языком жестов.

the beauty of Shakespeare's language - красота языка Шекспира

new words creeping into the language - новые слова, проникающие в язык

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Связанные термины:

body language: Your body language is the way in which you show your feelings or thoughts to other people by means of the position or movements of your body, rather than with words.

foul language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing .

language arts: the subjects taught in elementary and secondary schools for improving oral and written communication

sign language: Sign language is movements of your hands and arms used to communicate . There are several official systems of sign language, used for example by deaf people. Movements are also sometimes invented by people when they want to communicate with someone who does not speak the same language.

tone language: a language, such as Chinese or certain African languages, in which differences in tone may make differences in meaning

common language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing .

first language: Someone's first language is the language that they learned first and speak best ; used especially when someone speaks more than one language.

formal language: a language designed for use in situations in which natural language is unsuitable, as for example in mathematics, logic, or computer programming. The symbols and formulas of such languages stand in precisely specified syntactic and semantic relations to one another

language school: A language school is a private school where a foreign language is taught .

language skills: the ability to use language

mixed language: any language containing items of vocabulary or other linguistic characteristics borrowed from two or more existing languages

modern language: any of the languages spoken in present-day Europe, with the exception of English

native language: the language of the country that someone is born in or native to

object language: a language described by or being investigated by another language

plain language: language that is clear and easy to understand, with no ambiguity or unnecessarily difficult words

query language: the instructions and procedures used to retrieve information from a database

relay language: a language, usually an internationally dominant one, which acts as a medium to translate other usually little-spoken languages

second language: Someone's second language is a language which is not their native language but which they use at work or at school.

source language: a language from which a translation is made

target language: the language into which a text, document, etc, is translated

visual language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing.

world language: a language spoken and known in many countries, such as English

assembly language: a low-level programming language that allows a programmer complete control of the machine code to be generated

command language: the language used to access a computer system

community language: a language spoken by members of a minority group or community within a majority language context

computer language: a simple language system designed to facilitate the writing of computer programs

heritage language: a language other than French, English, or an aboriginal language, esp as part of a school or extracurricular programme designed for, but not restricted to, the children of immigrants speaking the language

inclusive language: language that avoids the use of certain expressions or words that might be considered to exclude particular groups of people, esp gender-specific words, such as "man", " mankind ", and masculine pronouns, the use of which might be considered to exclude women

language barrier: absence of communication between people who speak different languages

machine language: a computer language, entirely in binary digits representing instructions and information, used directly by a computer without translation

musical language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing .

natural language: a language that has evolved naturally as a means of communication among people

offensive language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing.

private language: a language that is not merely secret or accidentally limited to one user, but that cannot in principle be communicated to another

symbolic language: a specialized language dependent upon the use of symbols for communication and created for the purpose of achieving greater exactitude, as in symbolic logic or mathematics

universal language: A language is a system of communication which consists of a set of sounds and written symbols which are used by the people of a particular country or region for talking or writing .

agglutinating language: a language, such as Hungarian, in which words are built up from component morphemes in such a way that these undergo little or no change of form or meaning in the process of combination

artificial language: an invented language, esp one intended as an international medium of communication or for use with computers

constructed language: a language whose rules and vocabulary have been artificially invented

language development: the development verbal communication skills in children

language laboratory: A language laboratory is a classroom equipped with tape recorders or computers where people can practise listening to and talking foreign languages.

low-level language: a computer programming language that is closer to machine language than to human language

programming language: a simple language system designed to facilitate the writing of computer programs

British Sign Language: the main sign language used by deaf people in the United Kingdom

high-level language: a computer programming language that resembles natural language or mathematical notation and is designed to reflect the requirements of a problem; examples include Ada, BASIC, C, COBOL, FORTRAN, Pascal

job control language: a programming language that is used to control the execution of jobs

American sign language: a language consisting of manual signs and gestures, used as by deaf people in North America

metalanguage: In linguistics, the words and expressions that people use to describe or refer to language can be called metalanguage .

English Language Teaching: the practice and theory of learning and teaching English for the benefit of people whose first language is not English

hypertext markup language: hypertext markup language: a text description language that is used for electronic publishing, esp on the internet

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