This paper examines the sounds and literary effects of a language when speaking, writing in a language as well as its poetry and prose compositions especially when it is juxtaposed with a native language or dialect tends to have a totally different composition. This paper examines the methods:
• To understand the varying effects of the written or spoken language from the viewpoint of colloquial and written use.
• To study how languages tend to develop variety, sensitivity, style and effectiveness in written and spoken language for all forms of communication.
• To improve the understanding and interpretation of the meanings of the words, their essence and innuendos according to usage.
There is a wide variety of effects of the written and the spoken language. Most people know the main inflection of a language especially when it is second language.
Words in different situations convey a whole range of meanings. Feeling and mood are conveyed in the manner words are put together, pronounced and delivered whether for inspiration, amusement, persuasion, or clarification.