E.A. Sophocles

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Re: E.A. Sophocles

Postby Stephen Hughes » November 2nd, 2013, 8:55 am

MAubrey wrote:Perhaps we should start a new thread here in the linguistics/grammar subforum that asks that as a question:

What do you view as purpose or goal of a grammar?

That might be useful for all of us in understanding what expectations each of us bring to the task of grammar.

That could be a good idea.

Actually, I don't see much relationship between acquiring a language and knowing the grammar. It seems strange to me to expect beginners to do both simultaneously.
Stephen Hughes
Grammatical analysis of the Bible:
Is the Bible literal? Yes, it's triliteral. BiBLe.
Is it aorist? No, it only has 27 books.
Is it perfect? No, it's imperfect. It's still works.
Is it nominal? No, it's committed. It attends all services.
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Re: E.A. Sophocles

Postby MAubrey » November 2nd, 2013, 10:05 am

Stephen Hughes wrote:I don't see much relationship between acquiring a language and knowing the grammar. It seems strange to me to expect beginners to do both simultaneously.

Agreed!
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Canada Institute of Linguistics & Trinity Western University Graduate School
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