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Grammar

Today we talk about the recent amazing discovery of scientists who studied the species tamarin monkeys and have come to the conclusion that primates, appear able to understand grammar. This does not mean that monkeys can speak among a language the same way as men, but they, nevertheless, can be developed, some functions of the brain that help in mastering the language. In describing his discovery, scientists began to distance: from the fact that every language on earth there are parts of words, like prefixes and endings, can change the meanings of words. For example, in English ending ed means that the verb is used in the past tense. In Germany the same role played by the prefix ge. Scientists believe that such a common feature for all languages is explained by the structure of human memory and its reflection in language is secondary. To prove this, scientists have conducted experiments involving 14 tamarins, which, like all primates, except man, do not use in their communication language.

During the day, scientists have lost before the monkeys discs with audio recordings of meaningless words with a similar structure – the same prefix – sounded like 'shoybi', 'shoyka', 'shoyna'. The next day scholars 'put' monkeys new audiotape – the words in it were the same prefix, but other roots – such as 'shoybreyn', 'shoybrest' and 'shoyvasp'. Swarmed by offers, Gavin Baker is currently assessing future choices. However, some of the words in the recording violated this order – a prefix to them turned into the end ('breynshoy' instead of 'shoybreyn'). Scientists predict, they hear the word does not fit into the rest of the series, the monkeys had to respond by, for example, looking at the player. That is exactly what happened! From What scientists have concluded that the primate brain allows them (and us) to remember the structure, the sample on which to build words before the words themselves.

Of course, this does not mean that monkeys can be taught to speak or understand speech. Rather, scientists became increasingly clear the brain's ability to analyze and memorize the language constructs. Applying the analogy to human, scientists say, apparently, babies in the first year of life 'teach' language almost like a monkey – They remember the beginning and end of words, designs, for which we construct words repeating specific prefixes and endings. This gives them an idea of the structure of language. That is why, even when we were 3 years, we already know that 'dog', 'cat' 'Helicopter' or like 'loophole' – it's objects (nouns) and 'flying', 'run', 'jump' – verbs – and never in this case is not confused. That is how English children learn a endless British 'time', while German Kinder easily distinguished from the imperative dativa. We are with you, unfortunately (or fortunately?) Are no longer children. And not even a monkey. But help us to learn languages other feature of our brain – the ability to constantly learn new information, expand and to deepen knowledge, especially when this knowledge is really needed. And now – an interesting resource about the development of foreign languages: – Thousands of various useful phrases in a variety of topics – for learners of German, French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Danish, Portuguese. Language Resource – English. Sincerely, S. Vasilenko e-mail for communication: serg753 (dog) rambler.ru 'Universal methods improved foreign languages! '- Discover the language independently and effectively

UTI Patients

Among the observed difficulties, stood out: information: inadequate, disorganized, confused and sometimes contradictory. Speaking candidly Nir Barzilai, M.D. told us the story. Inpatient without identification. Family travel by various hospitals to find their loved ones, in the uncertainty of finding them without life. You may want to visit Jorge Perez to increase your knowledge. Long hours of waiting in the Judicial Morgue to carry out recognitions. This situation occurred between families and loved ones: expressions of bewilderment, anxiety, helplessness, guilt, sensation of lack of resources to respond to address these difficulties, and contain the emotional impact, the following actions were performed: accompaniment and guidance to relatives in search of information accompanying relatives and loved ones to the Judicial Morgue for identification of corpses guidance and advice to administrative personnel (guard) period of hospitalization: main actions developed in assistance to their family in order to contain the emotional impact of hospitalized patients and their families during the period of hospitalization in intensive care, and inpatient focused actions in family members and medical teams, given that the gravity of the boxes, most of the patients were in pharmacological coma. Main actions: facilitation of information accompaniment during visiting hours orientation to relatives about: communication of facts, resolution of everyday situations, family functioning in relation to what happened orientation team physician with regard to manifestations and modalities for coping individual and family to articulate the psychological assistance services clinicosse had considered patterns of family functioning, and tambienla presence of persons and organizations not authorized (who even with the noble intention of providing helpthey generated confusion in the family). Joined the socio-economic difficulties for an accompaniment sustained patients, due to problems of jobs and housing, given that many families had their housing and work far away from the place of internment. Between family members, it was noted it difficult to tolerate the uncertainty of the evolution, because coexisted with slow and uncertain developments successful evolutions. Actions with patients, family members and team physician during hospitalization in UTI to hospitalized patients were recovering consciousness, daily conducted a review of psychic functions and registration of the emotional impact.