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A Critical Review of English Education (82)

A Critical Review of English Education (82)


Since 82 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 thirty-seven days ago, we have been concentrating on pronunciation factors again.

 pronunciation (64)

First, there is often a “discrepancy” between a sentence’s “phonetic configuration” and its “syntactic structure.”

Since three days ago, we have been concerned with Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall,” picking out and discussing some interesting points.

Watch the following video:
<http://raspberries.jp/t39.mp4>

I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”:
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5IkJz7WH7M>
(from among other similar pages)

Today’s topic is actually one of grammar (more specifically, structure and meaning) on the one hand and one of pragmatics on the other.

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