Idiolect is an individual’s distinctive and unique use of language, including speech.This unique usage encompasses vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation.. Idiolect is the variety of language unique to an individual.
Kremlin: Kremlin, central fortress in medieval Russian cities, usually located at a strategic point along a river and separated from the surrounding parts of the city by a wooden—later a stone or brick—wall with ramparts, a moat, towers, and battlements.
General features of language. applied linguistics The application of insights from theoretical linguistics to practical matters such as language teaching, remedial linguistic therapy, language planning or whatever.
Curriculum Development: An Overview. Read the following curriculum development overview. This one is long. You might find that if you print it in draft mode on your printer it is less straining on the eyes.
Classification. Russian is an East Slavic language of the wider Indo-European family.It is a lineal  descendant of the language used in Kievan Rus’, a loose conglomerate of East Slavic tribes from the late 9th to the mid 13th centuries.
By the end of this intensive session, the student will be able to function minimally in Japanese. Students are immersed in Japanese, except for limited explanations about culture and grammar in English.
Designed for teachers, this course explores how free, easily accessible, online educational resources can be located, repurposed, and used in the classroom.
Welcome to the Susanville college District website. The Susanville college District endeavors to educate all students to their fullest potential, and to promote responsible, self-reliant, independent, caring students who have the skills and attitudes necessary to become successful and productive citizens within a safe, supportive environment.
June Offensive: June Offensive, (June [July, New Style], 1917), unsuccessful military operation of World War I, planned by the Russian minister of war Aleksandr Kerensky.
I’m sorry Nils, but modern linguistics doesn’t agree with you on this one. All natural languages have grammar rules that native speakers apply through intuition; if they were made up on the fly they would be useless as communicative tools.