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MOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE IN THE PRONOUNCIATION OF ENGLISH WORDS AMONG BROADCASTERS

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CHAPTER ONE
1.0  INTRODUCTION
        If the question “what is language?” is asked, it has many senses and can be variously defined. It can be language of a particular field like science, humanity, just to mention few. It can also be an animal language, sign language, and many other types of language. Humanity language especially spoken dominates them all.
        Human language is natural. According to Adebayo [1995]”language [Human language] is one of the chief means by which a person learns to organize his experiences and thoughts”. According to Adebayo’s words, human language is one out of many means by which a person’s experience and thoughts can be organized. This supports the many senses that language has and also without language [spoken] thought will never be born and experiences of life will be wasted because no one will be to learn from them.

Communication is the major bridge that links the whole word. Communication is a crucial factor in the society at large and there is pieces evidence that prove this. The global village and internet  prove this among others. Language is something that will habitually take for granted even though it is of great importance. It is quite natural to expect that the concern for language will remain central to the study of human nature as it has been in the past. Marshall Mcluham’s assertion that the medium is the message in consonance with the view that any distortion in language during broadcast bred lapses in communication more than written communication.

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