What research sources or data are there for the decline in vocabulary of modern teenagers compared with previous generations?
There was no such thing as a “teenager “ anywhere in the world in the time you ask about. People were children and then adults. The term “teenager “ doesn’t even enter the vocabulary until 1939 and it still took until the 1950’s that what we call a teen developed. The idea of a “teen” today also goes later in life than in previous generations.
The series of chips that Intel produces pretty much define generations of microprocessors...or similarly for other major manufacturers. In some sense the next gen would be produced using tools that implement the previous gen, thus forming true generations. However, marketing is the real driving force. In fact, the word Pentium now really includes what could be called three generations or more (early 2010). Apparently "Sextium" didn't sound like a great marketing idea.
At the time of writing, there is no current way to trade or battle with previous generations in Pokemon X or Y. However, in December, Nintendo will be releasing a paid service called Pokemon Bank which will act as Pokemon X and Y's way of trading from previous generations (although this is only limited to Black, White, Black 2 and White 2). It does not appear that there will be any services that will allow…
A pedigree shows the possible outcomes of traits in offspring. It shows if the offspring will have the trait, or if they will be a carrier. Pedigrees also show the previous generations how the future generations inherited the trait. The past generations can be labeled as F1 and the future are F2, which is our current generation.
Why do you think that ICT has so much specialist vocabulary and so much new vocabulary associated with it?
'Teenagers' is about Hayley Williams's previous relationship with guitarist Josh Farro from rock band 'Paramore' which Williams is also lead singer of. She sings of how she felt their relationship was "Short", "She thought it would last forever" and "How their just teenagers and don't know any better".
Yes it is better! Students today have the advantage of advanced technology such as computers and their diverse applications. This makes the learning process faster and more complete than what was being taught to previous generations. Plus, information today is much more accurate and researched and new things are developed everyday which adds to the amount of things people learn today.
Most electronic devices are released in different "generations" before a new model is created. A 1st generation laptop means it is an entirely different model than previous laptops from that company. In a 2nd generations laptop, minor changes have been made to the previous model, but not significant enough to give the product a new model name.
In Pokemon diamond are there any Pokemon that can now evolve into their final form without being traded. For instance you can nw get a steelix whereas you could not in the previous games?
Because your DNA structure is a mixture of that of your parents, and their parents etc... The DNA in your cells is inherited from previous generations of your family. It carries genes such as those that give you the colour of your eyes - and - unfortunately, also gives you conditions and diseases suffered by previosu generations.