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Learn Nepal Bhasa-Series 1

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General Background of Language

A language is a dynamic set of visual, auditory or tactile symbols of communication and the elements used to manipulate them. Language also refers to the use of such system as a general phenomenon. It is the most powerful and widely used means of communication. It is regarded as a specific possession of human beings to express and exchange feelings, opinions, desires and many more things from one member to another in community.

There are varieties of language spoken by various people living in various place and parts of the world. Almost all the languages are equally efficient and effective for communication messages. However all the languages are not equally widespread to be used by various people.

Of all the languages in the world, English deserves to be regarded as the world language. In the context of Nepal, Nepali language is a dominant language. Unlike Nepali, other languages such as Newar, Magar, Tamang, Rai, Bhojpuri, etc. are indigenous language and they are used in a particular people.

The main concern of the language here is one of the indigenous language i. e Newar language. The natives of this language prefer to use Newa Bhaye or Nepal Bhasa. As other language, it has also phonetic features. This language is chiefly used by the natives of this language locally.

How can we Learn Nepal Bhasa

To learn any language, a learner has to learn the sound system of that language initially. Since speech sounds are the product of human anatomy and physiology, sound systems cannot be fully understood unless they studied in a wider linguistic context. A language learner for instance must master for production and perception of the sands of a given language. He/she must also however learn when to use these sounds.

For this purpose, the requirements of the basic things of Nepal bhasa are presented through phonetic symbols and diacritic marks.

Last Updated ( Monday, 13 September 2010 18:18 )  

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