Noam Chomsky wrote a book, Language and Mind. Obviously, the website is not to steal the show: however often I do not agree with Mr. Chomsky, he made a book title to be a natural association; human minds have much to do with language. Read The conscious mind of Emily Dickinson. :)
It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails,
admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American President
Try my way with grammar. :)
My grammar books are discounted, compared for price and format here.
Open scroll has samples.
You don’t know about me at all, but if you like that story about Huck Finn, we could get along, I guess.
A human is not going to have pain for bread.
Grammar ban on love makes hate. ;)
Talents can turn out mediocre myths.
A primary color may appeal to the illiterate. ;)
NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM,
says the Great Seal.
‘Mother of tongues’ never
named women or men.
Even if they say,
flags do not speak.
Larry Selinker says we’re idiosyncratic to learn tongues.
Language deserves better than the regard for humanity’s unloved child.
Travelers in Grammar
Part One maps the Simple, Progressive, and Perfect tense Aspects as parameters ON, IN, and TO. The student also is introduced to the the Affirmative, the Negative, and the Interrogative.
The book is likely to get along with beginners, false beginners,
as well as people simply curious about new approaches to language.
Part Two integrates the Simple, Progressive, Perfect, and Perfect Progressive aspects, stative verb use, Modal verbs, and FORM RELATIVITY.
Form relativity is an idea to conciliate the often conflicting guidance that students may get on the Subjunctive, Conditional, or Unreal Past.
TRAVELERS IN GRAMMAR PART ONE
148 pages, illustrated, full color
US Library of Congress TX 7-497-087
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TRAVELERS IN GRAMMAR PART TWO
310 pages, illustrated, full color
US Library of Congress TX 7-648-439
The use of the American flag theme on the grammar books covers is to enhance recognition and promotion of American English in language study. The grammar approach is not a temporary design, and flags have been in use for grammar courses in many languages.