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Introducing to Language: Societies
The method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way moreover system of communication used by a particular country or community called language.
Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association of America has worked for more than a century to strengthen the study and teaching of languages and literatures. Learn more about who we are and what we do. In addition to hosting an annual convention and sustaining one of the finest publishing programs in the humanities, the MLA is a leading advocate for the study and teaching of languages and literatures and serves as a clearinghouse for professional resources for teachers and scholars.
The ICC - the international language association e.V. is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) with participatory status at the Council of Europe. ICC sets standards for a transnational network of language learners. The ICC - the international language association provides foreign languages teaching and learning with exchange of ideas and know how proven expertise in projects, quality assurance
networking, an independent voice, theory and practice combined, personal development.
The European Second Language Association (EuroSLA) is a society for people index with a research interest in second languages. these conferences is published in our annual publication. We also provide financial support for workshop events organised within Europe by association members in the field of second language research, and edit a series of Open Access volumes in the field of Second Language research
The history of the national linguistic organizations in the subcontinent starts back in 1928 when the Linguistic Society of India (LSI) was founded in Lahore at the fifth Oriental Conference. Pakistan appeared on the map of the world in 1947 and long time after the partition, the Linguistic Research Group of Pakistan (LRGP) emerged in 1960s. This group organized two conferences on linguistics and published their proceedings and also some other important items on language and linguistics.