A Critical Review of English Education (146)
Since 145 days ago, we have picked out and been discussing the following sentence,
This is a pen.
which unfortunately has long been stigmatized as a typical one of the most unexpected utterances in daily spoken English.
However, isn’t this kind of statement a mere echo of others―perhaps? What’s more, isn’t it possibly just a unilateral blanket opinion?
With this awareness of the issue, we have been executing “factor decomposition” as follows in pursuit of acquiring a more penetrating vision to locate the latent problems involved:
imagination usefulness grammar pronunciation
Since twenty-four days ago, we have concentrated on grammar factors again.
First, there is often a “discrepancy” between a sentence’s “phonetic configuration” and its “syntactic structure.”
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I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.