Language is an important part of communication. Aside from humans, even animals communicate. In open rural areas at night often times the sounds of different animals can be heard communicating. Some of this communication is for mating purposes, alerting others that food has been found, or even defending their territory. Humans use language to communicate with others for these same purposes and more. Humans combine cognitive function and language adaptation to convey communication. Language itself is complex. It varies from region to region. Different cultures have different forms of language from English, Spanish, Mandarin, Chinese, and Arabic, to Greek to name a few. Language is so complex that even cultures that speak the same language, like English for example, speak different dialects of it or with different accents completely changing the language itself. Americans even speak a different form of English from that spoken in New Zealand, Canada, or the England. The complexity of language is dependant on the vocabulary of that language. This is known as the lexicon. A lexicon is a book containing an alphabetical arrangement of the words in a language and their definitions. (merriam-webster)
Key Features of Langage
During childhood, the development of a child’s brain allows them to develop the acquisition of language. By hearing surrounding people speak, the child is able to develop and assimilate the concepts of that language along with grammar and syntax. As the child grows, this ability to grasp onto language and communication diminishes. The degradation of this ability makes it harder for that person to learn and understand a different language. Language is specifically used and comprised by humans but this is not directly limited to humans. Dolphins are a prime example using language to communicate. Sometimes members of a pod vocalize in different patterns at the same time, much like many people chattering at a party. And just as you gesture...