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QUESTION #5 - TO GRAMMAR OR NOT TO GRAMMAR?

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Date: March 11, 2015
Q5: "To Grammar, or not to Grammar?" -- this is a true, difficult, actual question.
From:  COROLLARY THEOREMS
A5. We struggle to promote our Grammar books, though visitors' reactions are still too timid. It looks as if they do not quite trust our words, or maybe they are scared of learning so much "stuff". We are certain that many site visitors are asking themselves whether it is worth "to Grammar, or not to Grammar". Please consider the following paragraphs.

Now, everybody knows that USA is printing paper money way more than what they are able to cover using their gold reserves (plus all sort of commodities, plus all other USA assets). Consequently, reputable economists throughout the World are blaming the USA reckless policy on printing money, except those economists are not able to see, and to understand, the entire Global Picture.

USA is still the most advanced nation on the Planet in technology and scientific development! Today, the old classic values, as was gold, mean exactly nothing, economically, compared to the scientific & technological wonders produced industrially today. Those extraordinary scientific artifacts represent the new type of gold bullion, and they are far more valuable than any classic commodity: the actual gold, oil, gas, etc. However, there is a noticeable historical trend into the great USA scientific development.

It happened that around 1970 some USA governmental authority has decided to extract the English grammar from the general highschool Curriculum in order to cut down on the yearly educational costs. Note that this USA experience is an exceptional unique social-test (one that has spanned for almost half a century) therefore each nation on the Planet should learn about the caveats of such important historical lesson. Today, 45 years later, it is the proper moment to draw a red line and count the most significant social . . . implications.

Up to 1970, USA was the undisputed promoter of scientific development in the entire World, far ahead of any other nation. Think of those great, amazing, exceptionally talented pleiades of USA-born scientists that have invented the transistor, the PC, and have taken our hopes up to the surface of the Moon. The famous MADE IN USA hallmark was the etalon of quality everywhere on the Planet--USA included. Today, USA citizens are naming the 1960s-1970s period as "the golden years".

At a personal/individual level, note that a good command of Grammar has two important manifestations. First, Grammar improves our logic, even more than programming is able to do it. [Boolean Algebra itself--the fundament of hardware, firmware, and software--is the offspring of Grammar.] Secondly, Grammar helps us to understand way faster anything we attempt to learn; therefore, our personal capacity of learning increases a lot!

Back to the USA social experience, a lot of USA statistics tell us that the USA citizens today (in 2015) are far more socially unsatisfied, compared to the 1970s. The divorce rate has increased, while the wedding one has decreased; the suicidal rate (particularly among youngsters) is alarmingly higher, as the level of happiness in USA touches historical lows. Since 1970, the USA Administrations have managed to push the nation (and the entire World) back into another ECONOMIC RECESSION! In addition, note that North American Universities appear to be located in Asia, these days. Naturally, it doesn't matter where intelligence comes from, as long as it is indeed intelligence; however, it is the TREND that matters. Since 1970, USA illiteracy is increasing constantly!

Even so, USA citizens are reading a lot more compared to any other nation on the Planet--again, USA is still the champion in scientific development, although they are losing grounds to competition with each passing day. Naturally, we [at COROLLARY THEOREMS] would like to see a higher quality of reading in USA (this is, way better/logical books), and a lot more, if possible, except that is an internal domestic matter solely in the hands of the current USA Administration.

For each nation on our Planet, if their Governments intend to reach constantly superior levels of scientific development, then each new generation of their high school students must study Grammar, because Grammar lowers the average level of illiteracy and it fortifies national development.
 

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Grammar needs to be included as a compulsory discipline in all management training courses. In addition to enhancing peoples capacity of logic reasoning, Grammar is also an exceptional model of perfect/total organization!

Note that Morphology deals with analyzing the elementary forms, plus local structures of forms, within the general, open to all, morphologic sentence domain. Sentence Syntax deals with a few, simple, basic functionalities, though only within the rigid syntactic sentence frame. Finally, Complex Sentence Syntax is an exceptional grammatical aggregate of form & function analyses. 


However, we need to emphasize again that a good, logic, and socially-benefic Grammar--as an abstract logic mathematical instrument--is presented only in our books, "Logically Structured English Grammar 4" and "LSEG4-Exercises Workbook".

 

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