RE: How does language affect culture?

alex Default Asked on April 18, 2021 in No Category.
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Language is never the entity which has been invented or scripted in isolation. It certainly has evolved gradually with the continuous development of a culture. A culture being a building made of social behaviors, human emotions, or way of expressing feelings, the language has continually adapted accordingly to accommodate these identified notion and gesture of human activity. Finding a symbolism every time to register it in the language, thus contributing to its growth. A language has always been a weapon to express one’s ideas and feelings. And the reason enough to make this weapon more efficient to handle one’s need of expressing things with intended accuracy. It has been tuned-up with each new finding, getting honed up continually to get its flawless shape with developing culture.

Silver Answered on May 16, 2018.
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