Grammar in HS (Was: Re: Argument Structures)
|From:||nicole perrin <nicole.eap@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 23, 2000, 19:50|
Yoon Ha Lee wrote:
> This is probably a very bad way to express something that's easily
> explained elsewise, but it just occurred to me. I wouldn't mind hearing
> other options myself; transitivity was something I never understood in HS
> (...mainly because grammar wasn't taught, period) and it's something I
> have trouble dealing with.
Maybe this is a silly question, but is grammar of one's native langauge
taught in countries other than the US? Because here almost everyone
grows up without knowing even what subject and object are. I always
think it's a stupid practice (or non-practice) but I wonder what it's
like in other places?