When the child starts to pick up language? He starts earlier than mostof us think and end much later than we think too, because there is an end ofsound and grammar acquisition, but there is always some new world learn so itis an ongoing process.The child starts learning language by imitation he starts to experimentwith babbling, then he use a one word sentence,next a two word sentence, and later a whole sentence where he begins to expandhis language, that is not confined to speaking but to reading and writing skills.Many scientists studied language acquisition, developed theories about vocabulary,discourse, and grammar acquisition which is not just applicable in the English languagebut also in other languages too.Learning to learn and write became an essential skill, because literacyis not restricted in its use in education or at work it is part of our everydaylife in malls, restaurants, even within the same families literacy practice isencouraged to help the child to grasp and understand the use of language and tohave confidence that he can deliver his messages properly in written and spokenform to express their intentions and personality according to the image theywant to deliver to the people surrounding them.
The orthography system of the English has its downsides which cause somedifficulties that the child needs to overcome to have a good command over the language,but it has its upsides that simplify thelearning of this language. Currently English is an international language thatis not just used by native speakers but also by non-native speakers , throughthe course of learning English there aredifferent and common problems that both speakers face. The language was among the first inventions of the human being, it hasits various systems that represent every nation round the world in its culture,stories, and accomplishments that we have the need to be passed through generations, and allow the new generation to express hisown time by his own world which gives the language new words and uses, causingthe language to change constantly.