The Cultural Landscape by Rubenstein Chapter 5: Languages Key Issue 1: Where Are Languages Distributed? Pages 142-149 ***Always keep your key term packet out whenever you take notes from Rubenstein. As the terms come up in the text, think through the significance of the term. 1.Define language:2.Define official language3.Define language family4.Define language branch5.Define language group6.Make brief notes on each of the following language families as you read about them in this section (i.e. how many people speak a language of that family, where spoken, common languages, etc.). See pages 146-149.a.Indo-Europeanb.Sino-Tibetanc.Austronesiand.Austro-Asiatic : : : :
The Cultural Landscape by Rubenstein Chapter 5: Languages e. Tai Kadai f. Japanese g. Korean h. Afro-Asiatic i. Altaic j. Uralic k. Niger-Congo l. Nilo-Saharan m. Khoisan
The Cultural Landscape by Rubenstein Chapter 5: Languages Key Issue 2: Why is English Related to Other Languages? Pages 150-157
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