How Does English Language Affect Our Status?

How Does English Language Affect Our Status?

  • Submitted By: gehgeh
  • Date Submitted: 03/10/2009 6:19 AM
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How does English Language affects our status? It affects our status by: Help us to communicate to other people outside the country, like: (USA, Canada, China, Australia, Britain, Taiwan, Japan, Russia, England, Hongkong, Malaysia, Italy, Germany, etc.). We will be able to have wide vocabulary. It increases our qualifications in life. It decreases the iliterates in English Language It makes us proud to ourselves It make us smart individual It makes us feel brand new It makes us confident to talk to other people It makes us complete It makes us to be gramatically correct It can persue other person, when we talk It makes us to feel honorable It can helps us to find a better job such as: Call Center Agents, Teacher,Writer, etc. We can impress other people by using our own knowledge We can help foreigner in our country, probably when they are lost or looking for a particular place or thing.

Are Computers Useful to Students?
Ø Role of the school
Computers play an important role in the actual Information Society.
• The school must set a proper learning environment so students have the chance to become citizens to participate in Society.

The students are exposed--formal or informally--to computers...
Ö The less fear and prejudice they will have after understanding the capacities of computers.
Ö The better situations will appear to form and build kids’ knowledge, and to form their logical and cognitive capacities.
Ö The more natural will they behave in society.

Computers Importance
The computer is very important in life because it makes the world a smaller place. I mean this by it is easier for us to communicate with each other. We can also use it for things like typing, playing games, and a lot of other things.
When computer was not indulged in our life then we were used to play video games in market though there...

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