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The english language has come a long way from the depths that it dug itself into when first arriving on the earth If you think about it the english language derives itself from so many others Now why is this language so different from all its fore fathers Let me explain The way that english is set up it sentence structure is backwards compared to just about any other language This is why it is so hard for english to be learnt Children that are bought up in another language speaking household seem to learn to speak faster their first words are said almost half a year before an english speaking baby on average Even a language english does not derive from is considered a lot easier to learn We will take Maori for example Maori although it is no longer considered as the first language of New Zealand is still a much easier language to learn Maori babies that are bought up in a Maori speaking household learn to speak much quicker But this is of no use to them as no body accepts the language although it is legally official as official Therefore these babies are forced to learn english arguably stunting their academic growth But in a language where the babies are not forced to learn another seemingly backwards language their children thrive in academic society Asian countries have some of the brainiest people around Just look in the classroom stereotypes that american television portrays tot he world There are the classic nerds but now there are the ever popular asian ones A programme with nerds in it is deemed un-nerdly by the common population unless it has an asian in it This stereotype is not unfounded Asians are considered intelligent by most un-asian speaking countries And where does this start from It starts in the home when the baby is learning to talk Where most
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