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|dc.contributor.author||الأستاذ: مهيري رمضان||-|
|dc.description.abstract||Language learning is the focal point of any organisation responsible for culture, science, and education in the world. The widespread of foreign languages such as English, which has become inevitable in recent years, has led to the adaptation of many changes in syllabuses as an attempt to cope with the new situation. English, the language of technology today, is also viewed as an alien in because it may threaten the stability of a whole culture. It is then not only an ambition, but also a need; it ranges between choice and obligation. Regardless of these fears, the learning of foreign languages aims at serving students in many different ways. It secures for them an easy and a smooth access to data bases; it encourages them to proceed in their studies; and above all it helps them to know more about the other societies. To be able to reach the ultimate goals of language learning, we must uncover some of the truth behind and beyond its current role and vitality. It is within the scope of the present article that I try to demonstrate how a person's life changes because of a new tongue.||en_US|
|dc.title||How language learning shapes thinking||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||العدد 14 -15|
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