How do you carry pride in your language?
This is a metaphor, an accurate statement would be to take pride in your language. Pride is a feeling, feelings cannot be carried. To carry pride in your native language is to speak crisply, distinctly, clearly. Thus, it's a pleasure for others fluent in your language or mother tongue, to listen to your spoken communications. Those less educated will admire and then aspire to communicate equally well.
The noun 'pride' is a standard collective noun for: a pride of lions a pride of ostriches a pride of peacocks a pride of stage mothers There is no standard collective noun for a quantity of pride. A collective noun is an informal part of language; any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun, for example: an abundance of pride a wealth of pride a smidgen of pride
when one starts carrying too much pride in one's language and culture, it is called religious chauvinism. carrying too much pride in one's language is not good. one should be proud of there language, religion and cultre but not too much tha it starts ruining other nation's language. language and other things are good
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In the AS level exam on Pride and Prejudice how would you answer the question 'how does austen tell the story in this chapter'?
Pride and Prejudice is a realistic novel because it shows how life was for young women in England in the 1700s. It also shows what kind of language was used in the 1700s. Some of the places in Pride and Prejudice are real, such as Derbyshire, which is a county in the Midlands, so it describes how Derbyshire, amongst other places, was in the 1700s.
Since the 1995 Pride and Prejudice was a TV miniseries, it was not given are rating as a move, but my guess is that it would be rated PG, as the Jane Austen movies have been. It has no bad language, sexual conduct, or violence whatever. As to critical ratings, it is rated 100% by the critics at Rotten Tomatoes. The 2005 Pride and Prejudice movie was rated 85%.
ambot language The lion pride stalk, ambush, kill and eat mainly grazing animals of the savanna. Or even carrion if starving. The female lions do most of the hunting, while the male of the pride will try to take over at the kill. The pride spend much of the time sleeping in the shade during the heat of the day, hunting mainly at night.
There is no record as to what the first language was. Partially because writting was invented somewhere in the 3rd millinea BC while spoken language existed many millennia before. Most Old World languages can be traced to the Proto-Indo-European language. The "Language of the Birds" has been used from time to time as name of the language of Nimrod, the Babylonian king who tried to build a tower to Heaven. For his pride, his people…