Any serious education must be founded on grammar—first, and before anything
else. Once grammar is no longer a problem, anything else a person learns becomes a lot easier to assimilate. In the other side,
an education that is deficient in grammar use is going to be consistently marked by confusion, doubt, indecision.
Now the tricky aspect is that there are more "versions" of grammar, despite the fact that there is, in reality,
a single grammar
for all languages in the Universe. Mind the following capital concepts of grammar, please.
A. In order to function properly in society, it must be a single grammar for all
languages in the Universe.
B. Since it needs to be easily assimilated by the students [the ones who should learn grammar to boost/enhance their
education], grammar must be sufficiently simple to understand.
C. Grammar has to be perfectly logic,
in order to function properly in and of itself.
D. Grammar is not affected by the passage of time. [As a corollary, whatever
grammar is in fashion today (for example, the senseless "descriptive grammar") is
E. Grammatical analysis starts in
Sentence Syntax, then it goes down to Morphology. Further, both Morphology and
Sentence Syntax can be used as analog models in Complex Sentence Syntax analysis.
Note that any grammar that doesn't fulfill each and all of the above mandatory requirements is not a grammar; it should be some
fantasy about grammar. However, we have to stress that, practically,
LSEG4 is the only book in the World today to present a logic, a complete, and an universal grammar,
sufficiently simple to be easily understood by everybody. In addition, we also offer an impressive collection of exceptional grammatical exercises (about 14000,
quite entertaining, also working as groupware, all solved) in our book L4EW.
Our belief is, "One good book is still better than a million wrong books"—but this is just us.