Essay on Grammar

Inflectional Morphology

Inflectional Morphology ‘… and even … the patriotic archbishop of Canterbury found it advisable …’ ‘Found what? said the Duck. ‘Found it, ‘the Mouse replied rather crossly; ‘of course you know what “it” means. ’ ‘I know what “it” means well enough, when I find a thing, ‘said the Duck; ‘it’s generally a frog or […]

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Teaching language functions

Introduction There are many different linguistic communications in our universe that are different. And each linguistic communication has its regulation. Language map is a portion of the linguistic communication. Besides, each linguistic communication has its map, which is used to pass on. Furthermore, linguistic communication map makes us to pass on right. If we do […]

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Teachers Beliefs About Grammar And Teaching Grammar Education

This survey investigates English linguistic communication instructors ‘ beliefs and beliefs about learning grammar and explores differences in instructor ‘s beliefs about grammar and learning grammar. I will look into their beliefs based on their cognition, experience as scholars and instructors. The survey therefore examines the relationship between instructor ‘s cognition and beliefs and ways […]

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Consciousness Raising Grammar Tasks in an Advanced Learner Class

On the 26th of October Gary introduced the grammar seminar. He introduced Thornbury’s views on grammar and we discussed what grammar is according to Thornbury. Thornbury made a point that I found quite interesting; he stated that students needed to ‘notice grammar’ (2005: 35). This started me thinking about how best to teach grammar, and […]

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Theretical Grammar

1. The definition of language. The distinction between language and speech. Language as a semiotic system: its functions, elements and structure. Lingual elements (units) as signs. Segmental and supra-segmental lingual units. 2. The levels оf lingual units, their structural and functional features. Hierarchical relations between units of different levels. Language and speech levels. Primary and […]

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