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As a concrete communication medium, language, which constitutes voice, words and sentences transferring an individual's emotions and ideas, has a concrete structure. This structure also transfers signs, body and face movements; in other words gestures and expressions. Language is not only a communication medium. It also includes a nation's customs, traditions, and visions of life and beyond. Therefore, the well-known philosopher Heidegger emphasises that the borders of ideas are actually the borders of the language, by saying "Language is the house of being". Language is considered the main element in the formation and development of civilizations. With the improvement in individuals' education levels, the structures and rules of languages have been changed, and vocabulary has become enriched. Languages have improved in parallel with the improvements in societies. Likewise, the elevation of social relations has accelerated this process. Nations have their own language structures and rules. A large section of these rules may only be applied to written language, not to spoken language. The environment people live in and the old cultures existing in that environment affect the structures of languages. This situation generates varying speaking and writing types and causes language variations within the same country.

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