The Role of Grammar in Learning a Language

Importance Grammar is the sound, structure, and meaning system of language. All languages have grammar, and each language has its own grammar. People who speak the same language are able to communicate because they intuitively know the grammar system of that language—that is, the rules of making meaning. Students who are native speakers of English…

History of E-learning

Rise of E-learning E-learning is a rapidly growing industry, the effects of which we can trace back to the 1980s and even well before that (in the form of distance learning and televised courses) – these will be discussed later in this ebook. Now that affordable e-learning solutions exist for both computers and the internet,…

Reasons why you should take a craft course

Importance of Craft Nowadays, educationalist uses the word Arts & Crafts together for craft education because of the creativity that crafts involve. Crafting has so much strength when it comes to portraying creativity and your heritage. Craft is not only about its mesmerizing design. Every great piece of craft tells a story itself because craft…

Why crafting can help during isolation

Crafting in isolation? Anxious thoughts can be more difficult to escape in sustained isolation, such as the widespread lockdown measures due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, arts and crafts have been shown to help distract from these feelings. According to research, the craft can alleviate the symptoms of anxiety, depression, loneliness, and even dementia. Taking…

How did ancient people communicate?

 Ancient Communication Communication begins with language, the distinctive ability which has made possible the evolution of human society. In modern times ‘town criers’ hold an annual contest to discover which of them can shout a message over the most significant distance. When running with a message, conveying it in spoken form makes it safer to…

How did India come to have 22 langauges?

Indian Languages History The languages of Southern India are from the Dravidian family. The Indian subcontinent is indigenous to the Dravidian languages. Four classes classify the Dravidian languages: North, Central, South-Central, and South Dravidian. Utilizing the Middle Indic Prakrit languages and Apabhra’s of the Middle Ages, the Northern Indian languages from the Indo-Aryan branch of…

Foreign languages Engineers must know

Getting an edge with foreign languages Students in strict degree programs, such as engineering, word class education in areas outside their discipline, are at their fingertips, yet it feels entirely out of reach. Even students interested in taking classes about particular topics outside of their significant feel like they cannot. There is no encouragement within…