Taking the hypothesis only a bit further, should the prince have left England at a very young age, he could have spoken fluent French or German for example ― and not a word of English.
Words present on this Earth since the human started to speak do not have common stems. Vir or andros, child or rebionok, woman or kobieta ― have nothing to do one with another, whatever way you look at them.
Believably, U.S. Marines would not be suggestive of aprons or paganism, and the Great Seal may be associated with American executive powers.
NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM, says the Seal. Could we really interpret the motto for an echo of Virgil and a secular expansionist foreboding, as Wikipedia points?
Just as Wycliffe’s myrrh is not to be taken, the First Amendment shall remain an excellent piece of legislation. “The Government of the Tongue” presents serious logical flaws and limited language functions in the interpretation of the figurative content of the Bible. This makes it not recommendable linguistically — I leave the parish to the parishioner.
Natasha Kampus, Jaycee Lee Dugard, Elizabeth Smart — among many others, got kidnapped, the abductors claiming guidance coming from God. Could one really get such guidance on this Earth?
His primary tool being his painter’s brush I could hardly imagine used to the graceful Impressionist effect ever, Allston would have looked to vegetables, judging on human emotion. And I can agree both with potato haters and lovers.
I cannot help but disagree on inevitableness of ironic detachment, as well as identity belonging with imagination.
Some guys will tell you to spell words with capital letters for respect. You say ‘the Queen’s English’, and you say ‘the Chairman’, the guys would argue. Well, but then you’d have to look respectful about the Nazis and the Jihad …
Martin Buber would envision the human being in a bit of an embryonic role. I can agree that human cognition has its limitations, yet an embryonic status about human minds looks exaggerated.
The attached — and colored meaningfully yellow — graphic piffle is not intended to mean the Union Jack proper. It is the British grammar nazis logo on Facebook. Some guys would be as void of any semantics, as to be afraid of living without a kink.
The Grammar Girl forbidding progress with love may be disclosed. She would hate you going on. The Grammar Girl is the Mignon Fogarty.
I am quite used to the tabloid style for vociferation: the more copies sold, the better, never mind if the milk followed gravity spilling. I am yet disappointed with the Human Rights First.
Inborn skills, gifts, and talents become mediocre myths with school finals and college or uni entrance sampling. You either have the talent, gift, and inborn skill to ‘cram’ or you end up doomed to an unfulfilled dream of youth and prospect.
I never knew that got already worked out, the thing why people get born the places of their births and not other places, like a mile away. The “Complex” has the answer:
Yeats wrote about the women’s aging in unfavorable terms. He put himself to distrust with occult empathies and automatic writing. The overtly suffering semantics of ‘The Second Coming’ could not explain the discredit to human intellect that Yeats gave, praising Mussolini. Still, he wrote in an autonomous variety of English, that is, Irish English.
Writers are humans just like people in general. T.S. Eliot had the right to choose. He belongs with British literature and I am not jealous.
The very day I posted about apples and noses, another man gave me a booklet, ‘Our Daily Bread’. I’ve chosen to share my spontaneous impressions. My intentions are peaceful, hence the quote from Luke, ‘Permit the children to come to Me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these’ (Luke, 18:16, New American Standard Bible).
A kid speaking English and French will not have pain for bread, whatever you’d feel like saying about his or her syntactic capacities. More, any attempts at negotiation could look only sick. Seriously sick. Mal a l’oreille.
When you ‘speak in tongues‘, you produce unintelligible speech. This sure is strange, as humans usually talk to tell, unless the purpose would be the word play known as poetry. Is strange behavior really divine?
There might be no reason to make the human an ugly bebe : ‘tout petit enfant; enfant dont la conduite est par trop puerile, ou adulte qui manque totalement de maturite’, says Larousse online — hot affairs are infrequent.
Should burning the Flag be a speech act, what do you do if the Flag would be burning on a barrel saying ‘TNT’ – would putting it out be against the law? The First Amendment forbids reducing free speech.
Saying ‘come in’ may be physically more efficient than carrying someone in the room, especially if wholesome. However, saying ‘fish and chips’ does not give you a Leo Burdock, unless you’ve got the cash to make the deal.
The visionary nimbus would have disadvantages. You would need to use past tenses to speak about the future; your language skills, own language workshop, would become ascribed to some spiritual or angelic agency. Finally, you would not be expected to write out your sober wit.
More than 2 million Polish people have left Poland already. Many do not want and do not intend ever to be back, me included. Whether like others or not, I want to leave Europe and change my citizenship, renouncing the present, Polish one.
Should American be a deviation from British, the Received Pronunciation could become qualified as an aberration from the criteria of ancient Latin practice whenever one would hear ‘table’ instead of ‘tabula’ in the House of Lords.
What is form? One might think about a figure or shape, sometimes human. Well, the Middle Ages are well over in human thinking. Anthropomorphization won’t work in language learning. This is why you might think about using virtual lexical items in your language work.
‘Even if you’re not American, everyone became an American that day,’ Bono, the pop group leader has been reported to say. I like to exercise my grey cells. What would my picture of Americans be, should Bono be the representation?
There is no grammar without a mind. There is no mind without reckoning about ‘where’, ‘when’, and ‘how’.
‘Madame Règle is not a systematic person at all. The only regularity about her would be a small book she always carries fastened to her bag with a scarf or, actually, a variety of scarves of many colors and fabrics. That is, the book is not the same book every day, and the choice of the scarf sure depends on some totally unpredictable factor, just like the exact time for lunch, for which you have to assume the broad time frame of about sixty minutes to commence, or not happen altogether.’
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There is no agreement in the present day neurology on the human senses, their number, role, and classification. Various language cultures would have the secondary brain receptive areas for gnostic regions; some would try to find one gnostic area to explain the whole brain. Sure it is good for one to know where they are for one to know what they are speaking about.
The mixup becomes serious when it comes to the tongue. Touch happens to be associated with exteroceptors. The tongue may be better off in the mouth.
Hat tricks take producing objects from hats. With some theories on language, it seems that these objects could be pinballs, odd spoons, or… even God. Everyone may know about the highly unenviable problems that Adam and Eve had with their garment. Looking to Fred Walter Householder ‘God’s truth linguistics’, one may feel like the forbidden fruit might become language – that for the sake of some yet unknown higher authority.
The sinister years of forced right-handedness fortunately are over. Should your preference be to whiffle at your pen running dry or have the famed Norfolk accident (that is, blotting paper) for your manacle – you do have your absolutely free will to make your pick or even go for both the prospects.
Well, seriously, there could be a way round.
You can’t change the world and all the writing in it, but you might think where the stumbling block could be hidden. What are the letters of the alphabet really? They are symbolic representations for language and speech; they are not language and speech themselves. Looking to the various alphabets in the world – which is the true and only? The Latin? The Greek? Or, the Chinese? Right, the ‘True Type Fonts’ is just a label.
Thomas Hardy and then Simon Armitage wrote their ‘Convergences of the Twain’ addressing loss. Hardy wrote about the sinking of the Titanic, Armitage about the 9/11. Both are reported not too empathetic (I do not have any intention to seek the Armitage). The deuce need not be that of a mess as for contemporary linguistics.
Mark Twain remains rumored to have said he was ‘just moving’ when a woman ‘caught’ him carrying a box of cigars and reminded him of his promise to quit smoking. Cancer has been recently linked to a genetic factor (feel welcome to see the Eureka alert); the theme here is whether you might need the so-called ‘substances’ to write.
Grammatical and correct you say ‘Is this a lie?’ – they tell you at school. You could say ‘Ain’t no real’ after the class, however. The phrase ‘if I were you’ happens to precede advice of worst of qualities. Obviously, the one with the counsel realizes that they are not you.
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The simple woman I am with some simple preference for more or less as simple mags (not only here), I’d put a table in the set when reading about a logical category ‘chairs’ for both a chair and a plush armchair. I mean, just as well, as for human thinking and logic.
Armchairs might have been not as common in George Boole’s times – as simple a woman as I may think. However, having an armchair for a chair as well as a chair for an armchair is totally out of the question as for my inner logic, the phrase ‘not as common’ when compared with the phrase ‘less common’ sufficiently appeasing my fancy for inner complexity.
The advertising content over the Internet offers hundreds of thousands of ads telling you to ‘rewire’ your brain – for meditation, psychotherapy, even for love – I really doubt the existence of the last mentioned kind of circuitry.
Plato’s idea for form has been found kind of mathematical – his theory can be known mostly from reports. With this regard, the philosopher would represent this way with making observations as to come up with something very general to have something to say.
There also may be the post injury temporal lobe thetas. The temporal lobes are important to memory. Should the injury impair the person’s memory, they may exhibit transient thetas in their temporal lobes. The thetas last as long as the brain is doing its job – reorganizing its neural net.
Right, some say you see yourself in a mirror. I’m for the notion of an optical counterpart – I gotta have some attachment for myself as perceivable from within my very person. It could be also part my Theta Criterion. The argument might be just not overtly present.
Everyone does it, usually without the crystal ball – mind reading. The practice of gazing in crystal, glass, or water might be actually derivative to the fact that you don’t ‘say everything’ when you speak. Imagine you’d need to declare: ‘As you’ve come to see me, entered the room, and sat down, I feel like asking you how you are’. Yeah, instead of the regular and sane ‘How’s things’.
No, I have never seen a ghost and I wouldn’t care – should there be anything for me to learn after I pass away, the after could be the only right time, without any need to hurry. The subtitle is a word play to involve etymologies and contemporary language use. More, I do not really believe in anything non-physical in this physical world, and this is what ghosts are rumored to be – immaterial spirits. You know what things could be like even with a little bit of vacuum in this earthly atmosphere.
In this possibly best of Universes – ‘whoever’s got a better idea give’m a go’ – telling apples from pears has had a good career as an accomplished course in human thinking. Neither of the two being possibly more perfect than the other produce, one may feel like coming up with the third kind of fruit sometimes (please feel welcome to see my Chinese pear). Linguistics belonging definitely with this modern world, the Leibnizian versus Cartesian dispute remains part the stratagem.
‘Keeping up with the Joneses’ may be found in modern parenting like in other aspects of life. Preening your peacock tale over your offspring might be biological – yet, kids’ language skills happen to need more than instinctive behavior
Life on this Earth has many examples of behavior for which you’d rather get a warning. A boa snake may look like a tree bark. Unrelated inedible butterflies develop similar, deterring coloration – not that they would be as nice as to tell you you’d only upset your stomach; they’d rather have you learn with a degree of self-denial, should you be really intent on having them for your learning experience. Would observations on mimetism apply to languages? The catch is in the learning.
Before I went to the university, I looked up a few things. Psychology, applied linguistics, translation, etc. I always knew I wanted to study American English – but this is broad, wide, and deep. What specifically? Right when I found out about psycholinguistics, I knew that was the thing.
Not that I’d be especially fond of rebels and psycholinguistics is a kind of a rebel. Psycholinguistics takes both the brain and the mind into account, placing thinking with the pragmatic language reality – and I like to think. In short, if a rebel, then one with a cause. Against what? Against behaviorism.
There are no ‘latent’ brain areas in unimpeded humans. If you want to have ‘latent’ brain areas, you have to get yourself hit on the head and mind to have it done real hard: you don’t get the so-called latency potentials another way.
Naturally, do not take this for my advice.
Well then, the humanity would be staying in a fish tank the humanity themselves name the Solar system – I have no idea what a legal UFO would say. You might picture this fish tank as contained in another that the humanity themselves again name the Cosmos, the Universe. However big, many, or new the fish tanks and their labels, the simple fact about human perception is that the human is able really to operate actually only ‘fish tanks’, that is, spatially finite concepts. Anything literally like infinity in space remains outside human perception, as another physicist, Stephen Hawking, admits.
Carl Gustav Jung theories got shifted into the awareness of modern neurology long ago. Still, some Internet companies would be showing symptoms of a suckling archetype. Success in free publishing might become the unlikely common experience, should the primordial behavior be let dominate.
With varying degrees of success, humans have professed the idea of destiny since the Antiquity. Basically, the notion was used when trying to gain power over others. The tricky part was that trying this, you ended up most often balancing like on a tightrope – attempts to take over individual will tend to have side effects.Cicero himself, although using the term mostly in an oratorial fashion, had to renounce seeing the fortune to find his fate in the hands of Antony’s soldiers. The imagery behind both the close notions of destiny and fate would be that of a way and its end. The notion of a destination might support the picture.
Accounts on UFO sightings are usually graphic depictions of flashing flying objects. Imaginations happen to be shaped by the movie industry along with the simple circumstance that aliens would be envisioned as animate life forms able to fly up to the Earth and make shimmer.
I am not a supporter of the ETH, that is, the extraterrestrial hypothesis. My focus here is on an aspect of life in the Universe to have gained recognition for a universal – the actuality that all languages have syntaxes.
The pronoun ‘you’ happens to give poetry students, as well as tutors and critics, some trouble. The ‘common sense’ reader might try to dismiss Pound, Whitman, or Eliot – all ‘like talking to someone they don’t know’. The simple fact is that they use the pronoun ‘you’ – and what does it actually mean?
Everyone is always ‘here’. Wherever you go, you always take your ‘here’ with you – as long as you are alive and conscious, a place where you have said ‘here’ becomes a place ‘there’ when you have moved away from it.
‘Representation’ might be claimed the most gamed or sported notion in history. Connotations for the human being would be part the sport, unless they would turn out a philosopher’s classic envy.
Aristotle used a very neat Greek term for animate life forms, zoon. The ancient Greek zao is reported to have meant ‘I live’. The first person singular would definitely exclude creatures such as kittens from the scope of the predication. Simply speaking, the translation of the Greek zoon as the contemporary English ‘animal’ might not have all the necessary substance.
Living in this world takes being political at times. Still, even with the contexts of diplomatic licence, one tends to speak the languages in which they have a thinking ability. How do you develop such an ability in an artificial language, like Esperanto?
Moving about and being aware of it naturally belong with this ‘gear’ in the human head known as the brain. The ‘gear’ stores information about motion in cognitive variables. It starts quite early – telling the horizontal from the vertical begins already in infancy. The variables are sets of values that can correlate to other brain activities – importantly, also to language.
Everyone knows what a knee jerk is and many would oppose the idea of developing the kind of behavior in their brains. Still, I will venture into trying to propagate the thought as economical and advantageous to the very proprietor of the stated behavior. The knee jerk is not so bad. Without having to be given much thought, it does for you exactly what it should – helps your balance.
Why compare language and a program? Imagine you would like to discuss something like feedback phenomena. You don’t like the label ‘feedback phenomena’, let’s name them the Chinese pear. You’d like to write your thesis about your Chinese pear – and your master’s degree is a Buick convertible kind of a feeling to you, that is, really, really good. What do you do? You think about your Chinese pear and apples. There are some similarities and there are some differences. Telling the pear from the apple gives you your fancy.
The history of human endeavor with words is long. Evolvement in language use might show some of the progress in human thinking since the times when a thunder was a sure sign from the gods.
Please try a very simple exercise. Fix your gaze on anything – your morning cup of tea or coffee, your bookcase trinket, or whatnot. The thing you’d be looking at would not matter much. The stunt would be to look at something and think absolutely nothing.
The word ‘morphophonemics’ is not to be found in a pocket dictionary and an ordinary text editor is going to mark it red.
All languages spatialize, that is, use spatial expressions with reference to time. More, orientation in space precedes that in time as for developing humans – children first learn where objects are, knowing when things happen comes later. Hence the daring idea to try to explain grammar using prepositions (only four) and time planes, another spatial concept.
‘Her life would have been much different hadn’t she been born the corner of not a main street. In fact, the sameness of the place of her birth and the corner was a question philosophical. The place she saw the world first was actually quite far away. You could think about writing a letter thinking about the distance. Thus, the notion of the sameness could bode wonder.’