Sentences with Language, Sentences about Language in English
1. Culture destroys language.
2. I can speak five languages.
3. I can speak four languages.
4. What’s your native language?
5. He can speak five languages.
6. French is his native language.
7. Spanish is her native language.
8. Our native language is Japanese.
9. French isn’t my native language.
10. I have learned the French language.
11. English is an international language.
12. Everyone smiles in the same language.
13. Alex has studied two foreign languages.
14. She speaks three languages besides Spanish.
15. She wants to study languages at university.
16. He could speak seven languages in thirties.
17. They are talking about language and culture.
18. English has become an international language.
19. 23.She speaks three languages besides Spanish.
20. I think learning foreign language is difficult.
21. She could have spoken any languages she wanted.
22. How many languages did you learn in the Turkey?
23. Numbers constitute the only universal language.
24. A thing well said will be wit in all languages.
25. I could speak four languages when I was younger.
26. I have been trying to learn the English language.
27. Globalization destroys the diversity of languages.
28. The language of friendship is not words but meanings.
29. Language tethers us to the world; without it we spin like atoms.
30. Think as a wise man but communicate in the language of the people.
31. But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.
32. Thought is the blossom; language the bud; action the fruit behind it.
33. Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
34. Music is the language of the heart, and conservatives always screw it up.
35. My brother had already known four languages, before he started travelling.
36. Theologians may quarrel, but the mystics of the world speak the same language.
37. For a writer only one form of patriotism exists: his attitude toward language.
38. No one has a finer command of language than the person who keeps his mouth shut.
39. Speech is human nature itself, with none of the artificiality of written language.
40. If you can speak more than two languages, you will see that you find a job easily.
41. 13.If you can speak more than two languages, you will see that you find a job easily.
42. English is a universal language and is taught as a compulsory subject in most countries.
43. A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language.
44. I’m not trying to stump anybody… it’s the beauty of the language that I’m interested in.
45. Language is a poor enough means of communication as it is. So we should use all the words we have.
46. French is a foreign language, but I’ve been speaking it since I was 18 so it’s second nature to me.
47. The language of excitement is at best picturesque merely. You must be calm before you can utter oracles.
48. In the English language there are orphans and widows, but there is no word for the parents who lose a child.
49. I am a lover of truth, a worshiper of freedom, a celebrant at the altar of language and purity and tolerance.
50. It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in language which is chiefly made by men to express theirs.
51. The only language men ever speak perfectly is the one they learn in babyhood, when no one can teach them anything!
52. Live through feeling and you will live through love. For feeling is the language of the soul, and feeling is truth.
53. It can hardly be a coincidence that no language on earth has ever produced the expression, ‘As pretty as an airport.
54. The protean nature of the computer is such that it can act like a machine or like a language to be shaped and exploited.
55. I really want to adopt a child… I want to be called ‘Mom.’ It really is the most beautiful word in the English language.
56. I see music as one language. If one musical form eats its own tail, it dies. So it needs to be a mongrel, it needs to be hybridised.
57. Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.
58. Because unlike written language, where grammatical rules are always strictly determined, everyday spoken language is much more flexible.
59. I felt Joyce was an influence on my fiction, but in a very general way, as a kind of inspiration and a model for the beauty of language.
60. People whose native language is completely English can use auxiliary verbs or permanent helping verbs before giving a second idea of ??grammar.
61. The best way in the world to deceive believers is to cloak a message in religious language and declare that it conveys some new insight from God.
62. The English Bible – a book which, if everything else in our language should perish, would alone suffice to show the whole extent of its beauty and power.
63. I’m bilingual, speaking English and body language. I prefer the latter, because I can speak it silently and without listening and while my back is turned.
64. I think that a song, when it works, never mind a piece of long form music, even a song is something that speaks to itself but has a language all of its own, ideally.
65. My mom had this romantic notion of her children playing classical music. The idea is you learn it when you’re still learning language. It’s using the same part of the brain.
66. An artist must possess Nature. He must identify himself with her rhythm, by efforts that will prepare the mastery which will later enable him to express himself in his own language.
67. Linguistic philosophers continue to argue that probably music is not a language, that is in the philosophical debate. Another point of view is to say that music is a very profound language.
68. To refuse to listen to someone’s cries for justice and equality until the request comes in a language you feel comfortable with is a way of asserting your dominance over them in the situation.
69. I’d visit the near future, close enough that someone might want to talk to Larry Niven and can figure out the language distant enough to get me decent medical techniques and a ticket to the Moon.
70. We had common interests in the beauty of the French language. We both had a tremendous love of jazz. We shared dreams of getting married and having a family, living in the country, leading an idyllic life.
71. Even in India the Hindi film industry might be the best known but there are movies made in other regional languages in India, be it Tamil or Bengali. Those experiences too are different from the ones in Bombay.
72. No one’s going to be able to operate without a grounding in the basic sciences. Language would be helpful, although English is becoming increasingly international. And travel. You have to have a global attitude.
73. He wished she knew his impressions, but he would as soon as thought of carrying an odour in a net as of attempting to convey the intangibles of his feeling in the coarse meshes of language. So he remained silent.
74. I think it would be cool if you were writing a ransom note on your computer, if the paper clip popped up and said, ‘Looks like you’re writing a ransom note. Need help? You should use more forceful language, you’ll get more money.’
75. Certain kinds of speed, flow, intensity, density of attacks, density of interaction… Music that concentrates on those qualities is, I think, easier achieved by free improvisation between people sharing a common attitude, a common language.
76. The human face is the organic seat of beauty. It is the register of value in development, a record of Experience, whose legitimate office is to perfect the life, a legible language to those who will study it, of the majestic mistress, the soul.
77. Your purpose is to make your audience see what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt. Relevant detail, couched in concrete, colorful language, is the best way to recreate the incident as it happened and to picture it for the audience.
78. I think one of the things that language poets are very involved with is getting away from conventional ideas of beauty, because those ideas contain a certain attitude toward women, certain attitudes toward sex, certain attitudes toward race, etc.
79. Literature is the expression of a feeling of deprivation, a recourse against a sense of something missing. But the contrary is also true: language is what makes us human. It is a recourse against the meaningless noise and silence of nature and history.
80. It is generally recognised that women are better than men at languages, personal relations and multi-tasking, but less good at map-reading and spatial awareness. It is therefore not unreasonable to suppose that women might be less good at mathematics and physics.