10.3. MORE FORM RELATIVITY PRACTICE

We learn to perceive the nodal time:
B. The grain of sand did one hour of thinking about composite things a day, and appreciated the activity as emotionally valid. ■→More

10.1. UNREAL OR REAL TIME

No group and no Government can properly prescribe precisely what should constitute the body of knowledge with which true education is concerned.
— President Franklin Delano Roosevelt ■→More

CHAPTER 10. FORM RELATIVITY GALORE

With theory making, the verb form “HAVE” works as a syntactic device, an anchor to close the frame on time; and all the way, the form goes a step forward, in its target grammatical time reference. ■→More

9.3. DETAIL ON MODAL STRUCTURES

The Interrogative for Modals MAY, NEED, or MUST will confirm on our Modal net and syntactic HAVE as an anchor. ■→More

CHAPTER 8. A PERFECT AND PROGRESSIVE REGARD

Matters may never be what they seem, but they are what they look: the Perfect Progressive does merge the Perfect and the Progressive. All Perfect tenses have an open time frame. ■→More

1.2. MIND PRACTICE

It is much easier to make progress in language, if we learn to introspect and consciously give direction to own intellect. We may begin with exercise in awareness of own mind. More→