Nha trang university faculty of foreign languages assignment of speaking



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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & TRAINING
NHA TRANG UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES



ASSIGNMENT OF SPEAKING 4

Class : 62-NNA1
Group : 6
Members :
Nguyễn Thị Tường Vy
Nguễn Thị Thanh Trúc
Nguyễn Thị Thu Tâm
Nha Trang, 2022
Resolution 1: Everyone should speak and be taught the same language

PROPOSITION (FOR)

OPPOSITION (AGAINST)

  1. Introduction

English is a global language that almost every country in the world teaches in educational programs. Almost all countries want to communicate with each other through a common language to enhance cooperation in economic and political development, etc. Today, we will debate whether everyone should speak and be taught the same language. We believe that it's good that everyone speaks and is taught the same language.



  1. Present the 1st argument

Our first argument to support the resolution is that being able to communicate in the same languages provides a critical platform for facilitating problem solving among members of a multilingual team. This is the case because if the members of a team do not speak the same languages, it will be difficult for them to interact and connect with each other. For example, when one member of the team shares an opinion but the other once do not fully understand and reject that idea, it is easy to lead to conflict at work. The impact of this argument is that it is impossible to cooperate and work together without speaking the same language.









  1. Introduction

Language and culture are two major factors that make a country different from others. Cultural and linguistic diversity contributes to stimulating people's minds to learn and expand knowledge. Today, we will debate whether everyone should speak and be taught the same language. I believe that it is not necessary for everyone to speak and be taught the same language



  1. Refute the opponent’s 1st argument

Your team said that being able to communicate in the same languages provides a critical platform for facilitating problem solving among members of a multilingual team. That may be true, but we can still solve problems when we don't use the same language such as using apps or body language. Because nowadays very modern and accurate translation apps are created to help people who do not speak the same language to communicate with each other. Therefore, we can easily solve any problem even if we don't speak the same language



  1. Present the first argument

Our first argument to oppose the resolution that if all countries are taught and speak the same language, there will be no cultural diversity. This is true because there is a relationship between language and culture. Nowadays, cross-cultural exchange between countries becomes very common. We need diversity to develop, we are known by our nationality, traditions and our culture and all these things come from our language. In today’s rapidly changing professional world, it’s critical to gain an understanding of how cultural elements influence communication between individuals and groups in the workplace. This is important because developing strong cross-cultural communication skills is the first step in creating a successful work environment that brings out the best in all of an organization’s team members.

  1. Refute the opponent’s 1st argument

Your team said that using the same language will lead to a loss of cultural diversity. That may be true but I think language is not the only factor that determines cultural diversity. For example, in Vietnam, all people speak Vietnamese and are taught the same common language, Vietnamese, but there are still cultural differences between regions. Therefore, the use of the same language does not affect cultural diversity.



  1. Present the 2nd argument

Our next argument to support this resolution is that using the same language will greatly help the exchange between countries, facilitating development between countries. This is true because we can communicate with each other more easily, easily saving time and costs. Of course, the more the exchange expands, the more development increases. It is very important because this brings huge benefits to each country.









  1. Refute the opponent’s 2nd argument

Your team said that using the same language will greatly help the exchange between countries, facilitating development between countries. That may be true, but I think that the development of countries does not depend entirely on language, but language is only a supporting factor. If they meet and they speak only one language, what's the point? Because, they can use their mother tongue to promote their country, and they can also use English easily to express themselves while most countries in the world learn English. Therefore, using the same language does not affect the development of countries.

  1. Present the 2nd argument

The next argument to oppose this resolution is that choosing to teach and learn the same language creates a conflict over which language to choose as the common language of the world. This is certainly true because people always tend to favor and rely on their mother tongue, so everyone wants to speak their mother tongue. It is difficult to choose which language is better. The reason is that the mother tongue is characteristic of each country, and has many ties to culture, family, and even personal identity. Currently, in the world, there are an estimated 6,909 different languages, so choosing only one language will cause high and low competition between ethnic groups, and even conflicts. This is completely detrimental to the peaceful coexistence of the world. Therefore, choosing, speaking and using the same language is not the right way.

  1. Refute the opponent’s view point

Your group says that there can be conflict in choosing a common language, you think a native language would be much better. This may be true, but I think that learning a common language for communication and economic transactions is completely different from using a mother language. Learning a common language is to "upgrade" themselves for the future, and using the mother language is only to connect with the past, but nowadays we are looking forward to a modern development future. than. The fact that the mother tongue creates culture and national identity is only small partly true because the culture also depends on many other factors, not only the mother language. No one is forcing you to give up your mother tongue, but compared to clinging to the undeveloped past, learning a new language to help yourself and the country is still a lot more honorable.

  1. Present the 3rd argument

Our third argument to affirm this resolution that there will be no more confusion and awkwardness in communication between people of different countries. This is true because we can understand what the other person is saying and can respond easily when everyone speaks the same language. For example, we feel very comfortable when communicating in our mother language. The impact of this argument is that people will feel more comfortable and confident in communication.







  1. Refute the opponent’s 3rd argument

Your team said that there will be no more confusion and awkwardness in communication between people of different countries. That may be true but I think there are many factors that interfere in communication, not only language, such as knowledge in different fields, the psychology of the communicator, and so on. Because not everyone has good communication skills even when speaking the same native language. Therefore, the fact that everyone is taught and speaks the same language cannot avoid communication barriers.

  1. Present the 3rd argument

The third reason to oppose the resolution is understanding the language from a cultural perspective to better understand the impact of world languages. What does language have to do with culture? To answer that question, let's think about the purpose of language. This is true because languages allow us to express our thoughts and feelings, it allows us to communicate and share knowledge with each other. You won't be completely fluent in a language unless you understand the culture, just as you will never fully understand a culture until you immerse yourself in the study of their language. This is because language is ever-changing and depends largely on the ever-evolving views, values, and customs of its speakers. The English language is a perfect example of a mix of cultures and languages. The Anglo-Normans of German origin and the French of Latin descent essentially planted the seeds for English as we know it to flourish. Learning all about that history can certainly help you understand the meaning behind some words and phrases with Latin roots, as well as other words with foreign roots. English is not the only example of a language with a rich history. If you are learning one of the Romance languages, learning about European history and the spread of Latin will be of great help. Maybe you're learning Spanish and wonder why there are so many words that start with al ? Spanish has many words of Arabic origin due to the Muslim conquest of Spain. Obviously, the influence of that culture has left its mark. This is important because knowing the history of a culture is not only a way to gain insight, it also shows how words have evolved to reflect the current cultural environment.

  1. Refute the opponent’s 3rd view point.

Your team said that understanding the language from a cultural perspective to better understand the impact of world languages. That may be true but I think what if there was an interaction between the two cultures? In the current context, it is very common for cultures to interact with each other. Because communication is essential for any person who wants to understand and befriend people whose backgrounds and beliefs are vastly different from their own. Using the same language makes it even easier. Learning and teaching the same language is essential for international communication and cooperation. One example is the insistence of immigrants from Europe to speak American English when they decide to move to the United States. That's because they realize that speaking American English is a sign of acceptance in their new country. All of a sudden, third-generation immigrants now want to get in touch with their ancestral language. Therefore, using the same language helps to unify the culture of a community despite the diversity in that unity.

  1. Make conclusion

In conclusion, communicating and imparting information makes humans the dominant creatures in the world. The easier it is to communicate, the more we will develop in all aspects. Therefore, everyone should speak and be taught the same language.





  1. Make conclusion

In conclusion, one thing is certain that does not change that each country has its own language, it is a tool for communication but also a thing that connects with the identity of each person in the community. It is something very wonderful. Therefore, it is not wrong to keep a special feature of the national language, and it is not necessary to use an additional common language.



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