If this doesn't tell you how low we've sunk in the use of our beautiful language
, what possibly could?
Teachers of Grades 4 to 6 will find this to be a lovely book with which to begin the school year, not only for the message of tolerance it conveys, but also for the beautiful language
in which it has been delivered.
Nature writing can often be a sombre affair filled with overly earnest if beautiful language
trying to reflect the majesty of the wild.
cheap, low- grade, sub- standard cinema being made to damage a beautiful language
and culture like Bhojpuri, it also appears to be another misadventure of a misguided soul, out to rake in moolah from dumb and gullible audience looking for sex and cheap thrills," Kunal Dutt, who has been running a campaign to save the historic Dutch- made Patna Collectorate from demolition proposed by the Nitish Kumar government, wrote on his Facebook post.
Magic, colorful characters, short chapters, beautiful language
and fitting illustrations all work together to make this a compelling read for youth.
"We seek no less than to reverse the trend by presenting strong, erudite, original narratives that access beautiful language
and structure, harkening the works of Anais Nin, D.H.
What has happened to our beautiful language
that people seem to want to make it so crass?
pointed toward the blackened Japanese maples and what once had been my dog." Trapped in a vacation cabin by a blizzard, some friends solve the problem of finding one of their company dead by placing her body in the freezing barn, necessitating the digging of a passage which is described in strangely beautiful language
: "We shoveled.
It saddens me that such a person seems incapable of using words such as "those", "was", "going" or correctly to utter our beautiful language
's most commonly used consonant.
She uses her beautiful language
style to continually encourage readers to question their own thoughts and values around asylum seekers and, more generally, migrants to Australia.
"The revised prayer book just doesn't capture the beautiful language
of our Anglican past."
Laraque, who emphasized the power of language, states that Kreyol is "a beautiful language
with the rhythm of the drum and the images of a dream, especially in its poetry, and a powerful weapon in the struggle of our people for national and social liberation" (p.