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    Default Re: Popular Misinterpretations & Equivocations with Disproofs (part I)

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    I have a question to you. Do you teach English language to Czech people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinoceronte View Post
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    Yes, I agree that that can be just as satisfying.
    I don't doubt at all that you would have something to teach students about English, and perhaps even to English natives with no knowledge of grammar; yes, even to English native English teachers who the system has let down.
    Do you concede that there is much you could still learn from English native speakers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Yes, I agree that that can be just as satisfying.
    I don't doubt at all that you would have something to teach students about English, and perhaps even to English natives with no knowledge of grammar; yes, even to English native English teachers who the system has let down.
    Do you concede that there is much you could still learn from English native speakers?
    In terms of grammar - hardly. At least, not until English grammar is brought into order. By this I mean quite few changes in tenses names, admitting the Grammar is based on aspects, and abolishing the stative verbs rule. Not much, but all those are system errors. After that I will be more than eager to learn what English inventive minds might invent (like new names for tenses, new aspects, things the Czech guy is reportedly working on, or so).

    In terms of other language elements, I'm ready to learn from you right now. In particular, the English language rationality (not the orthography). The freedom in word formation; sentence structure which is strictly ordered, and more.

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