17 10月 論文代筆-語言的使用現狀、社會群體和語言系統
本文主要講述的是語言的使用現狀、社會群體和語言系統，看到84.7%的希伯來語的人英語講得很好,表明英語一樣容易使用語音學上和系統作為他們發現自己的語言希伯來語(Ryan 3)。 2000年至2011年,它被發現,希伯來在家更流利口語的練習是在上升。來自以色列的移民使用希伯來語。同樣，一些來自東歐的猶太人也利用了現代歐洲。聖經的版本可能經常被用作宗教話語中的語言元素。本篇論文代筆文章由英國論文人EducationRen教育網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
84.7 percent of Hebrew speakers were seen to speak English very well showing that English was as easy for them to use phonetically and systematically as they found their own language Hebrew (Ryan 3). As of 2000-2011, it was identified that the practice of Hebrew being spoken more fluently at home was on the rise. Immigrants from Israel make use of Hebrew. Similarly, some Jews from Eastern Europe also make use of modern Europe. The Biblical version might be used frequently as a language element during religious discourses.
Biblical Hebrew and the Modern Hebrew that came to be after the fall of Jerusalem are both different when it comes to the consonant inventory. The Semitic inventory used more of emphatic consonants and has Proto-Semitic vowels. A Tiberain reading of the language adopted a different form of the vowel system and modern Hebrew is much more simplified as emphatic consonants are no longer used. Israelis might make use of some loan words as well which make the language more morphed and mixed. However, this is one reason that Hebrew has thrived in a predominantly English speaking state (Mintz 42).
An analytic form of Hebrew is understood in its grammar structure and it could be said that the forms are more dative and ablative. Triliteral roots are observed in the consonant structure. Similar to the English language, Hebrew is classified into verbs, nouns, adjectives, and this sentence structure makes it easier to comprehend. Programs to help identify more societal segments who could use Hebrew has helped improve its social use. “The good news is that the tens of thousands of young Americans who have experienced Israel through the Birthright Israel program are coming back home with a pronounced desire to learn modern Israeli Hebrew” (Valley 4).
The essay discussed Hebrew language and its chronology of use and evolution. The language is significant in US history because of how it was used in the past and also because of how its use is being improved and increased in current times.