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Lecture Week 1

by: Beth Levine

Lecture Week 1 ENGL 359

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Beth Levine
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English Grammar
Amy Devitt

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Beth Levine on Monday February 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENGL 359 at Kansas taught by Amy Devitt in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 69 views. For similar materials see English Grammar in Foreign Language at Kansas.

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Date Created: 02/09/15
Lecture 126 Appropriateness is not always the most proper English 5 definitions of grammar Hartwell s set Grammar 1 Grammar you have in your heads native speaker language Grammar 2 Linguist s description of Grammar 1 grammarians Not as good as Grammar 1 knowledge COIK Clear Only If Known Grammar 3 Linguistic etiquette good grammarquot should speak opinion Grammar 4 School grammar what s taught in school Grammar 5 Style grammar practical grammar What we re studying in the textbook Edited American English EAE written version Ex President Obama s speech on campus was EAE Variety with status It changes Good grammarquot is a judgment Is it quotcorrectquot or not Lecture 1 28 Garner s Modern American usage A good book to own if you are pursuing a career that utilizes the English language Like a dictionary Language is different depending on where you come from Dialects regionalisms varieties Language is always changing Makes no sense to follow Latin models Speakers are able to make informed decisions about when rules are appropriate


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