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As we start studying language we learn to see it not only as a set of words that we use to communicate with others but also as something that was born started growing with time in some cases gave birth to different dialects or experienced death In this case we can say that language has its own life For example lets compare it with a tree If we want to have a plant we need to see what kind of environment we have if the land is fertile or full of stones if therell be enough water to take care of it and when we know all of these we plant the seed After a seed has been planted and the land has been taken care of a new plant will be born As any living organism this plant is unique and shows it either in its shape color height etc When we try to understand how language develops we probably see ourselves in a situation where we have a question with many possible answers I cant possibly know how it developed but I suppose that the reason was the need people had to express themselves in some period of human development But whatever the reason was the fact is that language somehow developed depending on the environment it was born demonstrating to be unique in its sound system vocabulary and system of grammar When we take good care of our plant water it at least several times a week and give it the attention it deserves we can see our plant starts growing It has more branches and each of the branches has lots and lots of leaves We can compare that to language saying that when we see a new language growing and we take care of it paying attention to the rules and vocabulary it has it starts to get bigger it has more words different sounds and grammar rules
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