William Penn University
THE IMPACT OF LANGUAGE
Whether it's in writing, by phone, chatting on the internet, or in person, we all desire to be heard, understood, and be able to understand those around us. We use language to teach, to make our feelings known and to be able to read and enjoy books that interest us. Language is important because it's one of the main ways we communicate with other people.
Language is important because it is society's way of communicating with one another. Without it, we would not understand each other efficiently enough to communicate our needs and thoughts. Bees use patterns as a form of language, while birds use caws. Every animal, including humans, needs some form of language to communicate properly. Language also comes in many forms. You have talking, gestures, body movement, and now-a-days digital talking. Yeah it's a way to communicate but it's also a way to express feelings and emotions. The world would be boring if we had nothing to talk about or nothing to feel towards.
Language in society is very important for many reasons. With no language barriers people can understand each other; all people can understand laws, read directions and be able to participate in many society events. With the same language more skills can be taught and everyone would have a chance to receive education. It is vital to have communication within a society, and you can't have that without language. Even e-mailing or texting is a form of communication, and that requires language. It allows people to get their points across, and express their ideas. Even though language has seemed to become less important in today's society, it is still vital to its growth and control.
In conclusion I feel that language is made up of so many different patterns to communicate between one another. Whether it be humans or animals, we all have deal with language on an everyday basis, and it is a huge part of our lives.