Who came up with the conquest theory relating to the Proto Indo European language?
The conquest theory is the idea that the proto-indo-european language family was spread through the conquest of neighboring states, and as they were conquered they adopted the conquering state's language.
The conquest theory is the belief that the European language family was spread through the conquest of neighboring states. As each of the states were conquered, they adopted the conquering state's native language.
Theory of the diffusion of the proto indo-european language into Europe through the innovation of agriculture.
Theory of the diffusion of the proto indo European language into Europe through the innovation of agriculture
-one major theory of how Proto-Indo-European diffused into Europe which holds that the early speakers of Proto-Indo-European spread westward on horseback, overpowering earlier inhabitants and beginning the diffusion and differentiation of Indo-European tongues.
relating earth as a center
What is expressive power of a language in automate theory is a language Hierarchy
European Journal of Political Theory was created in 2002.
The "theory" is actually a multitude of theories relating to how our social expectations and responsibilites drive our behaviour. Each theory varies in its details.
It has been tried and discredited as a theory to language teaching and learning.
The mentalist theory of language acquisition is one of two theories, which also includes the behaviors theory. Mentalist theory states that children learn language and environment is not interfered with.
the theory that the language come from songs
This is no proven fact and no theory relating to the statement,so the answer is NO.
the answer would be a stanky dirty hoebag
nothing he created his work by fluke
What theory best explains the exploitation of the Native Americans and their land by European invaders?
World Systems Theory.
The divine right theory
Taxation without representation was the European theory that was rejected by the writing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. The reason for the Revolutionary War was taxation without representation.
A 17th century European king would most likely support the divine right theory.
No, he did not agree with Chomsky's theory. See the related link.
Theory of evolution refers to animals and plants evolution along the time. Language evolution is another issue, not entirely related to the theory of evolution. It follows the theory of evolution on some way but it is related to culture evolution, not to the physical attributes evolution.
John. Losee has written: 'Religious language and complementarity' -- subject(s): Christianity, Complementarity (Physics), Language and languages, Quantum theory, Religious aspects of Language and languages, Religious aspects of Quantum theory
Language learning is how a particular language is learnt, the theories about how to learn are included, the techniques used, the materials also. It is the theory and the practice.
Some of the strengths of inter-language theory are that it is systematic and universal by nature. It has liberated language teaching methods and paved the way for a communicative teaching approach. Some of the weakness of the inter-language theory are that it is extremely criticized for it's limited explanatory powers. It is based on fault learning, which can lead to a lack of motivation, especially if criticism is not constructive. The theory cannot place an… Read More
The picture theory of language, also known as the picture theory of meaning, is a theory of linguistic reference and meaning articulated by Ludwig Wittgenstein in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
Noam Chomsky developed the theory of Universal Grammar, which said that humans have a biological aptitude to acquire language. His theory has helped develop the modern academic field of Linguistics and also Psychology as it deals with language and language acquisition.
The geographic luck theory is a theory developed by Jared Diamond to explain why European conquest of the Americas was so successful. In a nutshell, he believes that the difference in technology, civilizations, and the like are not determined by biological traits or ingenuity, but instead by simple geological advantages an area has over another which allowed civilizations that resided on them to advance faster than civilizations living elsewhere. Among these simple differences are: different… Read More
There are different theories of how language is learned. One is the reinforcement model. This explains language development is the result of learning through the pairing of stimulus and response in the presence of appropriate reinforcement. Then, there is the social learning theory. This theory states that children learn language by listening, observing, and imitating models. The interactions between people teach the child. A new theory about learning language as a second language states that… Read More
identify some early practices of management in ethiopia by relating to the principles of management.
The theory of grammar that is concerned with how the pragmatic, cognitive, and social functions of language relate to structure is functional grammar. It is the general theory that was developed by Simon C. Dik about the organization of natural language.
The nativist theory deals with the biological belief that language is an innate feature of the infant. The nativist theory is where it is believed that we have an inborn ability to learn and learning is in our genetics.
Skinner is a behavioral phychologist
The act of changing one language to another
A scientific theory has been tested repeatedly and is correct for all observed results. A common theory (as used in everyday language) is just a guess. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory
There is no evidence of this. A theory of Aryan conquest has been discredited, and the best assessment today is that it fragmented to localised groups in the Late Harrrapan era.
What theory best explains the exploitation of the Native Americans and their land by European invaders is?
John T. Kearns has written: 'Reconceiving experience' -- subject(s): Experience, Knowledge, Theory of, Language and languages, Language and logic, Philosophy, Theory of Knowledge 'The principles of deductive logic' -- subject(s): Language and logic, Logic
The theory of relativity is the theory that states that light moves at a certain speed, and nothing can move faster than it. It is physically impossible.
Wolfgang Wechler has written: 'The concept of fuzziness in automata and language theory' -- subject(s): Formal languages, Machine theory, Set theory
A very little has been accomplished towards developing different type of theory relating to human performance towards noise or illumination.
Ron Kazuo Miyaguchi has written: 'An integration of personal construct theory with the events paradigm' -- subject(s): Psychotherapist and patient, Personal construct theory 'Measuring role-relating' -- subject(s): Social role, Personal construct theory