In the years since the invention of the electronic recorder, we’ve learned a great deal about how language is organized and communicated.
We’ve also come to realize that some of our more fundamental, everyday conversations may be a little more complex than we’d like to admit.
To help us understand the complex processes that happen behind the scenes when we speak, we wanted to investigate the relationship between our language-making and our everyday communication habits.
This article explores what’s involved in the process of language-creation, from the start of a sentence to its final pronunciation.
If you have a language that you can’t talk about, or one that you’re unsure about, we suggest that you speak with someone who can.
You’ll find that your language will be much easier to understand and that you’ll be much more comfortable talking to someone with whom you share a similar background.
As a language expert, you’ll also know how to identify the differences in how we talk, write, and read, as well as the different ways our language can be used to express feelings and thoughts.
We hope that this article will help you make better decisions when it comes to how to speak, write and read with your fellow language learners.
The Lad language has more than one thousand dialects, many of which are dialects of English, French, Spanish, and German.
These dialects are named for the Latin root for “to speak,” meaning “to talk.”
As we learn more about the Lad language, we’ll find more and more ways in which its dialects can communicate different emotions and ideas.
You may know some of the words, but if you don’t know how they are pronounced, it’s not likely that you understand them.
To understand the Lad dialects and the ways in of them that they communicate, you should know a little about linguistics.
How Language-Making is Done When we first speak, our brains create a structure of sounds called a phoneme.
When we want to say something, we make sounds with those phonemes, sometimes called phonemones.
A sound is an elementary unit of energy that we use to make a sound.
The basic unit of sound is the sound wave, or a sound-at-a-distance, or the sound-energy.
If we want a sound to come from somewhere, we put an energy into it and put it into the space in which we are looking.
If the sound is coming from somewhere close to us, we’re placing a lot of energy into the sound; if it’s coming from far away, we don’t place any energy.
The energy of a sound is determined by a process called phonemic distance.
The distance from the source of a signal to the listener is called the amplitude of that signal.
The closer we are to the source, the louder the signal will be, the lower the amplitude.
The lower the lower we are, the higher the amplitude will be.
When you want to make your voice sound louder, you make a change in the phonemic space that you are in.
You’re trying to shift the energy of the sound so that it comes from the higher amplitude.
If your phonemic distances are too low, you can actually make the sound sound less loud, like in a whisper.
You can also change the amplitude and direction of the signal, which affects the intensity of the frequency.
When the energy is shifted, the amplitude is reduced.
The longer the change in energy, the stronger the sound, and the longer the sound lasts.
A lot of language is created from simple sounds that come from a phonemic energy that’s low.
The more complex a language is, the more energy there is in that space.
The sound that you hear when you’re talking to a stranger or someone you don’ know can be created using a phonogram, or phonemic sequence.
For example, if you’re speaking to a friend who has a very simple language, you could create a phonetic sequence that looks like this: _____ + ____ _____ | | | _____ _____.
This phonemic sound sequence is created by the brain by creating the space of energy in which that sound is.
If that sound sequence isn’t clear, it might sound strange or odd to someone else.
This process of creating the phonemic space is called phonological distance.
So how does the phoneme in your language come about?
This process begins when your brain creates a phonemonic space by combining a series of sound waves together.
When two sound waves are combined, they combine to make sound.
When they combine, their energy gets split up.
The different energy gets divided into phonemics and phonemotons.
The phonemetons are the sounds we make when we combine our sound waves.
For a phonomically sound sequence, the energy that is in the space that we’re in is divided up and transferred into two phonemets.
The one that has the most energy gets sent to the phonemaker. In