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Sunday, May 10, 2015

parts of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms.




Find out on parts of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms.
  1. If you work here, your evenings will be free.
  2. When I have $2000, I will go to South America.
  3. If I don’t phone you tomorrow you will start at one o’clock.

"Billy Boy" song lyrics



Billy Boy
The first European settlers in America arrived in the early 1600s. Most of them were English speaking. They brought their language, their customs and their skills. They also brought their songs. Billy Boy is one of these songs.

"A bicycle built for two" song lyicsr



A Bicycle Built for Two
The first American bicycle was manufactured in 1877-fifteen years before Henry Ford built his first automobile. As bicycles became safer and more comfortable, people began talking about them as a replacement for the horse. “After all,” they said, “a bicycle is much smaller and cleaner than a horse. And a bicycle is certainly cheaper to take care of.” In the early 1890s-the “Gay Nineties”-bicycle riding became a national fad, and soon one out of every seven Americans owned a bicycle. People even took bicycle-riding lessons at special school. (There were nearly 100 of these schools in New York City alone.)

"He's got the whole world in his hands" song lyrics



He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
This song first became widely known through the singing of the famous contralto Marian Anderson. A deeply religious woman, Miss Anderson always included spirituals in her concerts. For her the greatest of the spirituals is HE’S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS.

"You are my sunshine" song lyrics




You Are My Sunshine.
Although it sounds like a folksong from the 1800s, YOU ARE MY SHINESHINE is actually a Tin Pan Alley success of 1940. Have you ever heard the term Tin Pan Alley? It originated around 1925. It was used through the 1950s to refer to the American popular music industry, which centered on Seventh Avenue between 48th and 52nd Streets in New York City during that period. The implication was that music in those days sounded like people hitting tin pans together.