its a quot from epictetus and it means we as humans can process words that are said much faster than we can say them
Tongue is important to speak.without tongue no one can speak.
AnswerTongue is important because without tongue you can't speak. tongue is used to taste food.
Of course they do. If they didn't have a tongue, they wouldn't be able to speak.
no, without a tongue you cannot even speak
with your tongue ;p
Spanish is the mother tongue but many do speak English.
Natives speak in their own tongue, whether it is English or dialect
You use your mouth, tongue.
with a sharp tongue
No; you don't need to split a crow's tongue to enable it to speak. The imitation sounds that crows make come from their throat.
The tongue is concerned in speech. By assuming different positions in the mouth it alters the shape of the air passage through which pass the sounds made by the vocal cords. For example, if in the middle of saying "a ... a ...ah" the tip of the tongue is placed behind the upper teeth the sound immediately changes to "l".
If you are asking whether or not tongue rolling is recessive trait, the answer is no. Tongue rolling is dependent on nurture, rather than nature. In many languages, tongue rolling is used to pronounce words correctly. It is a learned behavior rather than an inherited trait or gene. This is not the case when using the English language (which I will assume you speak because the question was asked in English).
To not speak. To remain silent.
Because you need the tongue to speak/talk and also taste your food.
According to the Canadian 2006 census, about 78% of Canadians speak English as their mother tongue, and about 20% speak French as their mother tongue.
It means just that; you should listen more than you should speak. Hearing is more important than speaking, and when you are speaking, do it carefully.
To speak with tongue in cheek = Hablar con sorna
If you are looking for sane people I believe the answer is 0, I cannot speak to the nature of others
The 'mother tongue' of the child - would be whatever language they have been taught to speak from birth.
Not a mother tongue since it evolved only as literary Language
"To speak in tongues" refers to a story in the Bible, where the believers started to spontaneously speak in languages they hadn't known before.
Yes, the Little Mermaid can talk only if she hasn't given her voice, as in the 1989 animated film, or her tongue, as in the original fairy tale, over to the sea witch.