Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Language"

The meaning of "Language" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does language had been seen as made up of phonology, grammar and vocabulary mean?
A: Phonology is relating to the way a word sounds.

Grammar is the punctuation, sentence structure and general spelling.

Vocabulary is the current knowledge of words you hold and fitting the best words in where possible.

The sentence itself is saying that the language has been created through a mixture of all of those things.
Q: What does sometimes the language you don't speak, is the one that speaks to you. mean?
A: @didi9: it could mean that: a language that you are not able to speak, is the most interesting to you.
the "speaks to you" part mean that you are interested in it
Q: What does The language barrier wa quiet prominent in my opinion,but she did not hesitate to take the initiative to start making object. mean?
A: @Keimiu: Language barrier means that there is difficulty in making conversation because there is no common language spoken.
So this sentence means even though the difficulty in making conversation is high, because there is no common language spoken, she did not second think to talk.

Sorry if this is poorly explained ><
Q: What does It feels nice when you can say what you want in another language and when you can talk to native speakers. mean?
A: 言いたいこと外国語に言えて、母語話者に話せることはいい感じです。
Q: What does I think every language has strange things they say mean?
A: 좀 부자연스러운 것 같네요.
I think there are strange things that people say in every language.

언어에는 무엇이든 좀 이상한 표현이 있을 때가 있다고 생각한다는 의미

Example sentences using "Language"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ​‎How to learn foreign language and What do you think is the key to improving one’s English fluency? .
A: *At first, try to learn some basic words, sentences, expressions and etc.
*Try to watch some videos about learning English and some English movies.
*Try to talk with some English learners and lastly
*Try to talk with native English speaker
Q: Please show me example sentences with it's inappropriate to view the language as the exclusive property of any one community of people, be they English, America or any other..
A: To break down the sentence...

it's inappropriate
to view the language as
the exclusive property of
any one community of people,
be they English, America or
any other.

"be they" is used like this...

Be they whatever colour, people are all human beings.
= Whatever colour they are, people are all human beings.

This grammar isn't often used for "be he" or "be she"... it's a literary form used mostly in "be they" and "be it".

Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.

Please ask if that's not clear.
Q: Please show me example sentences with i want to show you how I can typing in this language, sometimes I have problems because I don’t know many words in English and I trying to learn more.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with language barrier .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with It's important to speak the language of the country you are visiting because ..........
A: - [It's important to speak the language of the country you are visiting because] you can easily read the signs and find your way easily without getting lost.

- [It's important to speak the language of the country you are visiting because] you can ask a passer-by for directions if you are lost.

- [It's important to speak the language of the country you are visiting because] you could avoid misunderstandings with locals there.

Synonyms of "Language" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between other languages and different languages ?
A: Sometimes they are interchangeable. But these examples are different:

"I speak other languages." = "I speak more languages than the one I'm speaking in now."

*SPEAKING IN ENGLISH*
"I speak other languages too. French, Italian, and Portuguese."

"I speak different languages." = "I speak more than one language, including the one I'm speaking in now."

*SPEAKING IN ENGLISH*
"I speak a few different languages. English, French, Italian, and Portuguese."

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If you say, "I speak different languages too." or "I speak different languages other than (English; etc.)", it means "I speak more languages than the one I'm speaking in now."
Q: What is the difference between native language and first launguage ?
A: It is common to find meet someone who first learned a different language but soon after learned another language!
Q: What is the difference between translate to another languages and translate to the other languages ?
A: Sorry, you had another question before but it looks like you edited it.

Anotherにはanがくっついているから単数形しか使えない
〇 another language
X another languages
〇 the other languages
〇 the other language
Q: What is the difference between How many languages are you able to speak? and How many languages you can speak? ?
A: They mean the same thing. "Can you speak" is more common than "are you able to speak", but they both sound natural.

However, it should be "how many languages can you speak?" when it's a question. When it's a noun, you can say it as "how many languages you can speak." Example:

"I want to know [how many languages you can speak.]"
Q: What is the difference between Fancy that.She speaks more than five languages. and Imagine that.She speaks more than five languages. ?
A: Fancy that = Cool, Interesting
Imagine that = Difficult to imagine

Translations of "Language"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? do you speak any foreign languages
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to learn English language
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? until learning English language in university and speak this language fluently
A: @bahataha: If I understand what you're asking correctly it would be, I'm studying English at college until I can speak it fluently. Few people here say University. They either call it college or school.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say "虚胖" in your language?
A: @Coolsummer: It means "puffy" or "puffiness". In English, depending on the sentence, it can be defined as "puffy" or "swollen". Example: "My eyes are puffy from crying last night." (In this sense, the word puffy can be referred to as "swollen") or "This pillow is so puffy!" (In this sense, the word is used to describe the object as literally puffy and not swollen)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? language exchange 出来る人を探しています
A: I'm looking for someone to do language exchange with.
I'm looking for a language exchange partner.

Other questions about "Language"

Q: It is crucial to perceive language as part of a larger whole. Therefore, a substantial fragment of activities related to language revitalization is based on artistic activity. It allows you to show not only the language, but also the costumes or the old customs of the community. The residents of Wilamowice prepare theater performances in the Wilamowski language based on the books written by local writers but there are also other ways of expressing their identity. Does this sound natural?
A: It is crucial to perceive language with a wider view. A substantial fragment of activities related to language revitalization is based on artistic activity. It allows you to show not only the language, but also the costumes or the old customs of the community. The residents of Wilamowice prepare theater performances in the Wilamowski language based on the books written by local writers. There are also other ways of expressing their identity.
Q: You must be wondering what this language sounds like. In a moment you will see a video, which unfortunately doesn’t have Polish subtitles, but allows you to hear this language and see the traditional folk costume from Wilamowice. Does this sound natural?
A: × In a moment you will see a video, which unfortunately doesn’t have Polish subtitles, but allows you to hear this language and see the traditional folk costume from Wilamowice.
✓ In a moment you will watch a video, which unfortunately doesn’t have Polish subtitles, but allows you to hear the language and see the traditional folk costumes of Wilamowice.

Q: I'm an administrative of the language center. Does this sound natural?
A: You can say:
"I'm an administrator of the language center."
or "I'm an administrative officer at the language center." 😊
Q: When you learn a foreign language, sometimes you feel like speaking swear words.
When I pick up swear words in a movie, drama, I feel like wanting to use it in a conversation. Does this sound natural?
A: When you learn a foreign language sometimes you feel like using swear words. When I pick up swear words in a movie or drama I feel like using it in conversation.
swear wordsは重要な意味が続いてるので使ったらちょっと気をつけてね。アドバイスは使えるか使えないのか分からない場面に使えない方がいいと思います
Q: I am studying hard on foreign languages Does this sound natural?
A: I am working hard on studying foreign languages

is ok

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