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English Linguistic Games Standard I to VIII Teachers Handbook

English Linguistic Games Standard I to VIII Teachers Handbook 
Written & Compilation by Mr.Ashok Apparao kalpe ,R.Z.P.School warak adi.wadi,tal:Mangaon,Dist:raigad


A language game (also called secret language, ludling, or argot) is a system of manipulating spoken words to render them incomprehensible to the untrained ear. Language games are used primarily by groups attempting to conceal their conversations from others. Some common examples are Pig Latin; the Gibberish family, prevalent in the United States and Sweden; and Verlan, spoken in France.


A common difficulty with language games is that they are usually passed down orally; while written translations can be made, they are often imperfect, and thus spelling can vary widely. Some factions argue that words in these spoken tongues should simply be written the way they are pronounced, while others insist that the purity of language demands that the transformation remain visible when the words are imparted to paper.


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