|It is clear that there is a relationship between humiliated teens movies words and concrete objects and activities in the physical world. It appears that we recognize classes of objects and that for each there is an appropriate word which we may use to refer to one or more members of that class or, indeed, to the class as a whole. This disgraced 18 relationship is commonly described as the 'denotative' or 'referential' meaning. It is equally obvious that not all the words we use are relatable to physical entities in this way. It is said, therefore, that words like belief, hopeful or insist relate to 'concepts'. It is a small step to take from this to saying that whereas table denotes a class of objects (of which we may also have a concept), belief denotes a concept of 'belief', however unobservable that may be. Even within such an approach to the study of semantics, which linguists and others have found unsatisfactory, it is possible to discuss a number of problems of second language acquisition. The difficulties that face the learner are those of language and culture contrast. In the first place, the naive view expressed in the first paragraph of this section is wrong. The disgraced18 physical world does not consist of classes of things, nor are there universal concepts for each of which every language has its own sets of labels. Language learning, therefore, cannot be just a matter of learning to substitute a new set of labels for the familiar ones of the mother tongue. It is not difficult to find a word of equivalent meaning in a given linguistic and social context. It is most unlikely that the same word would prove equivalent in all contexts. Every language classifies physical reality in its own way.