BOOK AND GRAMMAR COURSE INFORMATION

Copyright © Teresa Pelka; All rights reserved.
Third Edition, 2021
BISAC: Education / Bilingual Education
US Library of Congress TX 7-497-087, TX 7-648-439
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The book and the grammar method have not ever been sponsored or corroborated by any government, organization, or individual; have not solicited and will not require any experiments. The method and the book reflect on the author’s own language acquisition and learning to include graduation from university studies of linguistics and American English. Part 4 of the series has the bibliography.

Regarding disputes and controversies over Aristotle’s works, Teresa Pelka does not endorse all translations or renditions. Aristotle lived circa 384 BC ― 322 BC. There are no autographs, that is, original manuscripts of his work preserved. Existent versions are used in this book series selectively, and for thought exercise strictly.

Teresa Pelka cannot provide for sustained validity of all website or email addresses enclosed with the work.

Language MappingTM is an international trademark, registered with the Irish Patents Office under No. 254074.
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ISBN 978-1470066574, 978-1445729015, 978-1499270983, 978-1445773292

Book and grammar course contents can be viewed as PART 1 and PART 2 in this website menu. The American English course consists of four parts.

Language form relativity (Part 2 of the journey) has nothing to do with ■→Whorfianism. It is an observation on language forms as if I were, to refer to the PRESENT though their shape is PAST. The phenomenon occurs in English as well as Polish, Russian, French, and other languages,
if I was, si j’étais, gdybym był/a, если бы я был/а, wäre ich, etc.

In entirety, there is another framework to come along with the analytic or generative grammar, for flectional or synthetic (as they are called) languages. The synthetic generative framework looks to Latin and Greek, to provide cognitive variables that could be used for Polish, Russian, or other flectional tongues.

The two frameworks, ■→analytic and ■→synthetic, may help work towards particular generative grammars for most, if not all natural languages on Earth. The synthetic is a separate book to lay out on how to make a framework; it is not a course for any particular tongue.


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In the first part of the language journey, feel welcome to consider a picture for
■ the grammatical Past, Present, and Future;
■ the Simple, Progressive, and Perfect;
■ infinitive, auxiliary, and head verb forms;
■ the Affirmative, Interrogative, Negative, and Negative Interrogative;
■ irregular verbs and vowel patterns: high and low, back and front.
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