why we regard the study of language as science?disscuss1-the story of language. 2-the involvement of the human body and the brain in language. 3- the use of scentific tools to describe he...

why we regard the study of language as science?disscuss

1-the story of language.

2-the involvement of the human body and the brain in language.

3- the use of scentific tools to describe he function of languge

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Because any language it's itself a science, incorporating a lot of rules from grammar to pronunciation.

1. The first stage of the formation of the language were the "hieroglyphs stage". Egyptians used schematic drawings, representing words. Later in Summer the language developed even more, into the cuneiform language. The cuneiform language it's a simplified way of drawing. It is similar as shape, with nails put together.

2. You can see here a lot of body languages books, and all the gestures meaning. As we talk we gesticulate a lot, betraying sometimes our thoughts.

The brain has a special compartiment, that takes care about the language capability. You can search a brain map on google.

3. There are analytical tools, which formated by the time the "linguistic domain".

In studying language, sometimes you can involve: psychology, medicine, logic.

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