REFLECTION 2 One of the most important matters in the study of the any language development is the term of sociolinguistics; in this chapter “Language in society/Society in Language” we will review this branch of the study of the language process. We are going to see how important is the relationship between the development of any language and the social interaction. Moreover we will study how the language could vary according to many factors. And finally we will analyze the importance that the society gives to the way how you speak. According to one of the objective of this class it says that this course familiarizes students with history of the English language, which is why to read this chapter is useful because every student could realize that the notions of language and dialectic are social construct before that linguist construct, according to Noam Chomsky the sociolinguistics is not concerned with grammar but it concern with how every person speak. The “communicative competences” are involved with sociolinguistic considering that this depend on the society, the emphasis between one and others features in the development of communication are bound to the culture. The dialect refers to a variation, which is generally tied up to language. It could be related to territory as well as social group. In the case of the territory, the territorials regions generate specific features that modify the language and making it different from the other. In the case of social factor group it is modified by the place where it is located. In this case the language is how we are representing us as a part of a specific small group, unlike of the territorial one which symbolized where we came from. Without going too far, we could realize that when you hear some Argentinean and Peruvian person speaking, they probably will not have many problems to understand each other due to they share the same language, but they will speak different accents according to their ages, social background, gender, location, etc. In the text was mentioned the differences on social varieties and how they can identify some status into a specific groups, as we can see in our own country the differences are evident because you can differentiate at least three different variations according to social background, first we have the highest level which speak only people that have formal education in university context, then in second place we have the colloquial fashion which is understood by the most common people, and finally we have the language that speak only people that has poor formal education and it is sometimes understandable for the rest of the people due to they use a lot of slang and words that only are common for them, words taken from their own personal experiences.