The place was very well decorated and clean,our apartment very big ,food was good ,swimming pools were great,the only problem we had was that the two nights we stay there was impossible to sleep ,the apartment next to us had a few guys drunk,with loud music,singing ,shouting,hitting the walls and doors and throwing their garbage to our balcony,unfortunately the hotel seemed to not be so concerned to the guest tranquility Nicolae, Romania. The animation team is the best one! Staff 8. Previous image of the property Next image of the property. Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property Image of the property.
Smartline Madara Hotel - All Inclusive This rating is a reflection of how the property compares to the industry standard when it comes to price, facilities and services available. It's based on a self-evaluation by the property. Use this rating to help choose your stay! Very Good. Queenofspiders01 Romania. Murat Romania. Nicolae Romania. Viktor Romania. Luiza Romania. Posa Romania. Rudy Romania. Dunny United Kingdom. Nawroz United Arab Emirates. Ondrej Czech Republic. The restaurant at the Madara serves Bulgarian and international cuisine. There is an outdoor pool with a children's section and a heated indoor pool.
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Related to this is the fact that we refer to the language of, say, Chaucer , Shakespeare , Thomas Jefferson and George W. Shakespeare might have been able, with some difficulty, to converse with Chaucer or with Jefferson, but Jefferson and certainly Bush would need an interpreter for Chaucer. Languages change gradually over time, maintaining intelligibility across adjacent generations, but eventually yielding very different systems. The notion of distinctness among languages, then, is much harder to resolve than it seems at first sight.
Political and social considerations trump purely linguistic reality, and the criterion of mutual intelligibility is ultimately inadequate. So does the science of Linguistics provide a better basis for measuring the number of different languages spoken in the world? When we address the question of just when forms of speech differ systematically from a linguistic point of view, we get answers that are potentially crisp and clear, but rather surprising. If we try to distinguish languages from one another simply in terms of their words and the patterns we can observe in sentences, problems arise.
Different languages may display the same sentence patterns, while a single language may display a great variety of patterns. In general, linguists have found that the analysis of the external facts of language use gives us at best a slippery object of study.
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We might propose, then, that instead of counting languages in terms of external forms, we might try to count the range of distinct grammars in the world. How might we do this? Some aspects of grammatical knowledge, like the way pronouns are interpreted with respect to another expression in the same sentence, seem to be common across languages. In She thinks that Mary is smart, the pronoun she can refer to any female in the universe with one exception: she here cannot refer to the same individual as Mary.
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This seems to be a fact not about English, but about language in general, because the same facts recur in every language when the structural relations are the same. On the other hand, the fact that adjectives precede their nouns in English we say a red balloon, not a balloon red is a fact about English, since the opposite is true, for instance, in French. If we had a complete inventory of the set of parameters that can serve in this way, we could then say that each particular collection of values for those parameters that we could identify in the knowledge of some set of speakers should count as a distinct language.
But let us see what happens when we apply this approach to a single linguistic area, say Northern Italy. Consider the facts of negative sentences, for example. The functioning of negation here establishes a parameter that distinguishes these and other grammars. This is only the beginning, though. When we look more closely at the speech of various areas in Northern Italy, we find several other parameters that distinguish one grammar from another within this area, such that each of them can vary from place to place in ways that are independent of all of the others.
Still staying within Northern Italy, let us suppose that there are, say, ten such parameters that distinguish one grammar from another. This is really quite a conservative estimate, in light of the variation that has in fact been found there. But if each of these can vary independently of the others, collectively they define a set of two to the tenth, or 1, distinct grammars, and indeed scholars have estimated that somewhere between and of these distinct possibilities are actually instantiated in the region!
Of course, the implications of this result for the world as a whole must be based on a thorough study of the range and limits of possible grammatical variation. Since the number of possible grammatical systems expands exponentially as the number of parameters grows, if we have only about 25 or 30 of these, the number of possible languages in this sense becomes huge: well over a billion, on the assumption of thirty distinct parameters.
When we look at the languages of the world, they may seem bewilderingly diverse. From the point of view of communication systems more generally, however, they are remarkably similar to one another. Human language differs from the communicative behavior of every other known organism in a number of fundamental ways, all shared across languages.
By comparison with the communicative devices of herring gulls, honey bees, dolphins or any other non-human animal, language provides us with a system that is not stimulus bound and ranges over an infinity of possible distinct messages. It achieves this with a limited, finite system of units that combine hierarchically and recursively into larger units. The words themselves are structured from a small inventory of sounds basic to the language, individually meaningless elements combined according to a system completely independent of the way words combine into phrases and sentences.
The particular linguistic system that each individual controls goes far beyond the direct experience from which knowledge of it arose. And the principles governing these systems of sounds, words and meanings are largely common across languages, with only limited possibilities for difference the parameters described above. PaulMc wrote a review Yesterday. Dover, United Kingdom 1 contribution. Good hotel good holidays. For me the best thing is the garden with three different pools and with a big pool bar. Our room was an apartment with sea view very nice and with a big balcony.
The food of the hotel was good with 2 different buffets. One night we could try Bulgarian food!! The cleanliness during the stay was good and the staff is brilliant especially the Spanish receptionist Able who was very friendly and helpful!!! Date of stay: July Helpful Share. Michael C wrote a review May Aberdeen, United Kingdom 29 contributions 23 helpful votes. Hotel's Favorite. An Oasis in Sunny Beach.
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A lovely place to stay amidst the debauchery that is prevalent in Sunny Beach. The town caters mainly for the great unwashed UK teenagers and therefore the fellow guests at Barcelo provided relief and sanity. Whilst many locals appeared to be somewhat surly and miserable the hotel staff were just the opposite. I suppose that it helps if everyone speaks the same language. As usual with all reviews there will be good and bad. One fellow guest frequently complained about the food whilst another couple were making their twenty second visit to Barcelo.
I was making my second visiit, nuff said! Date of stay: May Sleep Quality. Trip type: Traveled solo. Dear Mr. Michael C, Thank you very much for being a guest of Barcelo Royal Beach and for sending us your important feedback. We are glad that you enjoyed you stay at our complex and that you felt relaxed and comfortable.
Thank you as well for your nice comments regarding the professionalism and the friendliness of our staff members, clients' satisfactions is the best reward for us. Please note that we have been pleased to attend and we would like to have the opportunity to welcome you again in Barcelo Royal Beach so please do not hesitate to contact us for any assistance needed in regards to a future stay of yours. Kind regards, The Management. Annelise K wrote a review Yesterday.
Aj1 wrote a review Yesterday. Bulgaria This was a really nice hotel and very clean. Everything is pretty much on your doorstep and in a great location. A special mention to Alex who works on reception, she was very helpful with our booking and always had a big smile on her face. Highly recommend. Date of stay: June Trip type: Traveled with friends. Livingston 1 contribution 1 helpful vote. I won't rush back. We chose this hotel for its location and the facilities it offered and booked AI.
The allocated room was in block "D" on the second floor, lovely well appointed room with huge balcony including a "wigwam" for shade, and two loungers. The beds were very comfortable, and the servicing was excellent with clean towels every day and the bed changed three times during our week stay. The pool was huge with a nice sloping walkway into the water for the less adventurous.