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Sentence Agreement
Sentence Agreement Subjects must agree with verbs and pronouns must agree with antecedents. The basic rule of sentence agreement is really quite simple: A subjec…
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When Is The Best Time To Start Learning A Foreign Language?

This is an often asked question and generally the standard answer is that the optimum age for learning a language is between 3 to 7 years of age, but is this necessarily so?There can be no doubt that children tend to pick up on information much faster than adults do and that a child of primary school age, having picked up the basics of a language will appear to be more confident and have a better knowledge of the language than an adult who has been studying for a comparable time. Let us examine the type of knowledge accumulated by both types of student though and see whether the younger student is really any better.The younger student will probably have been given a few nouns to learn each week in order to expand his vocabulary and will also probably have been given an insight into simple verb structures. The medium of communicating this knowledge is most likely to be working through simple story like passages, translating them in a group and by repetition, a great breadth of knowledge of complete structured sentences will have been gained.The adult learner will probably in a similar manner be given a list of nouns to learn complete with their gender specific definite and indefinite articles. Although in English grammar, the definite and indefinite articles (a

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