Day message has said that acquisition of education in one's mother tongue
is the basic right of the person, the charter of the United Nations and the Constitution of Pakistan both guarantee this.
Adesanya equally stressed that the mother tongue plays a very important role in stimulating the mental development of children because thinking is easier in one's mother tongue
than in any foreign language.
The dictionary will enable the learning of English with the help of one's mother tongue
For example, first generation Khmers (such as his parents' generation) in this country stress that to lose one's mother tongue
is to lose one's "Khmerness.
During her speech at the ceremony, KyE-anak had said education in one's mother tongue
is a fundamental right.
This clearly means that the promotion of one's mother tongue
is not only necessary for one's identity but for the Preservation of the Intangible Cultural Heritage as well.
One's mother tongue
is the best medium for creative thinking and expression.
Chapter Three draws on Ranciere's ideas regarding children with specific focus on learning one's mother tongue
The declaration rightly emphasizes the role of children and hence of elementary school instruction in the preservation of one's mother tongue
As Lee wrote in his book, ''for political and economic reasons, English had to be our working language,'' while knowing one's mother tongue
''gives one the sense of belonging to a culture, and increases self confidence and self respect.
And nowhere did I suggest the English hate the Welsh, merely that some of their media allow commentators to use hateful disparagement against us that would have been edited out had they been made against any other group - and if he doesn't think that referring one's mother tongue
as a "moribund monkey language" (Lewis) which should be abolished (Clarkson), is hate speech, then he has different standards to those pertaining in the modern world.
However, it's more important to learn and comprehend one's mother tongue
before learning another language because it includes one's heritage, legacy, honor, pride and identity.
As if hearing me, in her story she says: "Being a writer in the country where one cannot hear one's mother tongue
is like being on an oxygen apparatus whose tube is cut off.
One's Mother Tongue
- according to Jean Piaget (1896-1980) the great Swiss psychologist - is one's chief talent, which Mrs Habbershaw seems to have neglected.
claiming one's mother tongue
identity through the ancestral language or switching over to the dominant language in the region).