International Bilingual Journal of Culture, Anthropology and Linguistics http://www.indianadibasi.com/journal/index.php/ibjcal <p><em><strong>I</strong></em><em><strong>nternational Bilingual Journal of Culture, Anthropology and Linguistics (IBJCAL)</strong></em> is <strong>peer reviewed</strong> bilingual journal. This is quarterly <strong>open access</strong> e-journal. The submissible languages are English and Bangla. No fees (₹0 INR) is charged for publishing papers in IBJCAL.</p> <p><em><strong>International Bilingual Journal of Culture, Anthropology and Linguistics (IBJCAL)</strong></em> একটি ত্রৈমাসিক আন্তর্জাতিক দ্বিভাষিক মুক্ত প্রবেশাধিকারযুক্ত গবেষণা ই-পত্রিকা। এই পত্রিকায় ইংরেজি অথবা বাংলা এই দুই ভাষার মধ্যে যেকোন মাধ্যমেই লেখা পাঠানো যাবে। লেখা পাঠানোর যাবতীয় নিয়মাবলী দেখতে Submissions অংশ দেখুন। গবেষণা প্রবন্ধ প্রকাশে কোনপ্রকার মূল্য (₹0 INR) লাগবে না।&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Aims &amp; Scope</strong>: An Holistic Approach to India’s particular TRIBE’s/ ADIBASI’s Culture, Heritage, Customs, Traditional Beliefs and Values, Practices, Cultural Development, Inter-cultural Facts; Intra-cultural facts, Language origin, Language Attitudes, Language Adoption , Value Maintenance, Cultural Maintenance through language, Language Technology and Future Perspectives of the Tribal community. Ethno-linguistics study on any Tribal community will be appreciated. The status of the community’s language and how they are dealing with a dominant language near them can be also be studied and included in your research work. Notwithstanding the above mentioned areas research papers, nearby thematic areas, are too welcomed.</p> en-US <p><img src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-nc/3.0/88x31.png" alt="by-nc"></p> <p>This work is licensed &amp; copyrighted under a <em><strong>creative commons Attribution-NonComercial 4.0 International License</strong></em>.&nbsp; <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0">https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0</a></p> <p><span style="color: #333333;">IBJCAL follow an Open Access Policy for copyright and licensing. If you are using or reproducing content from this platform, you need to appropriately cite the author(s) and journal name.</span></p> patitpal.rs@jadavpuruniversity.in (Patitpaban Pal) indianadibasi@gmail.com (Patitpaban Pal) Mon, 31 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.1.2.0 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Problems Of Hindi Native Speakers In Learning Bengali As A Second Language http://www.indianadibasi.com/journal/index.php/ibjcal/article/view/37 The thesis attempts to look at the problems encountered by the native speakers of Hindi (NSH) when they learn the Bengali language. The learning of Bengali as a second language in West Bengal is inevitable if one wants to reside in the province permanently or a long course of time. A type of academic survival and other communicative needs create such a compulsion. In our multilingual environment a linguistic group becomes minor in the outside of the province. Think rationally about learning Bengali and it will make sense. Such logic is relevant when they are learning Bengali outside the classroom. Even if a student is in the classroom, he/she faces different problems when he is learning the language. In spite of having the same language family i.e. Indo-Aryan, Bengali and Hindi develop their own linguistic uniqueness during their Middle Indo-Aryan period. As a result such features which are available to Hindi speaker as first language are absent or treated differently in Bengali. For example “there is no gender discrimination in pronouns in Bengali but there is clear cut discrimination in Hindi.” In Phonological, Morphological or Syntactic system these are frequent. At the same time vocabularies or grammatical notions have the similar pattern in the language. In case of a masculine gender- “Woh ladka ja raha hai” and in case of a feminine gender- “Woh ladki ja rahi hai”. Such agreement is totally absent in Bengali. During learning Bengali the errors committed by the NSH on L2.The present study will take care of some of the problems faced by NSH and what is their understanding about the problems of learning Bengali. It surveys a section of the school going students (mostly) whose native languages are different from Bengali and attitude towards the Bengali language. This paper studies the scenario in a locality, Howrah, West Bengal. Ankita Dugar Copyright (c) http://www.indianadibasi.com/journal/index.php/ibjcal/article/view/37 Mon, 31 Jan 2022 00:00:00 +0000