We can describe linguistics as a systematic learning of the way in which a language works. The word ‘Linguistics’ has been derived from Latin lingua (tongue) and is tics (knowledge or science). Etymologically, therefore, linguistics is the scientific study of language. Language is a social- cultural- geographical phenomenon. There is a cavernous bond between language and society. It is in civilization that man acquires and uses language. When we study a language which is an abstraction of abstractions, a system of systems, we have to study its further abstractions such as dialects, sociolects, and idiolects. As J.B. Pride says, “socio- linguistics is not simply an amalgam of linguistics and sociology (or indeed of linguistics and any other of the social sciences)”.