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English New Words
New words enter the English language all the time.
In fact, English has always been in a state of evolution.
In recent years more and more words and phrases have entered the language.
It's partly due to the increased willingness of editors to include them in the dictionaries.
But where do all these words come from?
Words come out of the culture they represent and describe.
So if you've got a new development in medicine, for example, bird flu,then you'll get the new word coming out of that.
If there's a military conflict,that may well bring all sorts of new words to the fore.
Going back in time the First and Second World Wars were times of great creativity of language because people from different countries met each other and exchanged their words and words developed from there.
So really words come from the playground, politics and any area of life because every area of life is changing from day to day.
英语新词
英语中一直不断涌现新词。
英语是一门不断发展的语言。
近年来,越来越多的英语新词短语涌现。
部分原因是词典编纂者乐意将其收录进词典。
但这些此由何而来?
新词的出现一般用于代表和描述某种文化现象。
所以如果在医学上已经有了一个新的发展,例如,禽流感,然后你有这一新词。
军事冲突的发生也会引发新词的出现。
回首第一次和第二次世界大战时伟大语言创造的期是,因为不同国家的人见面并且交换他们的言语和文字。
各个领域的日新月异也是新词产生的原因之一。
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