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    #1

    Suggestion: Why Don't We Just Start A Grammar Subforum?

    Wouldn't it be a good idea??

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    Re: Suggestion: Why Don't We Just Start A Grammar Subforum?

    Why should we?

    Grammar questions are adequately dealt with here.

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    Re: Suggestion: Why Don't We Just Start A Grammar Subforum?

    Quote Originally Posted by pinbong View Post
    Wouldn't it be a good idea??
    Probably not. Many posters would not know if their question related to grammar (syntax), semantics, pragmatics, usage, phonology, morphology ...
    It would just confuse people.

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