Leo Beenhakker - Languages

Languages

Beenhakker speaks several languages, including Dutch, English and Spanish. He also learned a few words in Polish during his time as national team manager.

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Grammatical Aspect - Aspect By Language - Philippine Languages
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Demographics Of The United Arab Emirates - Languages
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Glyph
... For example, in most languages written in any variety of the Latin alphabet the dot on a lower-case "i" is not a glyph because it does not convey any distinction ... In Turkish however, it is a glyph, because that language has two distinct versions of the letter "i", with and without a dot ... cedilla in French, the ogonek in several languages or the stroke on a Polish L) it is "joined up" with the rest of the character ...
Grammatical Aspect - Indicating Aspect
... In some languages, aspect and time are very clearly separated, making them much more distinct to their speakers ... There are a number of languages that mark aspect much more saliently than time ... Prominent in this category are Chinese and American Sign Language, which both differentiate many aspects but rely exclusively on optional time-indicating terms to pinpoint an action ...

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