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Grammar represents your attitude to speaking or writing!

Viewed 816 times 2018-12-13 21:49 |Personal category:education|System category:News

Grammar is also a kind of attitude to speaking or writing! Your wording accounts a lot on your attraction to the audiences. Some famous TV announcers do speak in special way who are quite different from ordinary citizens. That would become a joke if you imitate their speaking style in daily life! Many Chinese teachers often ask students to use more adjective words in composition class so that their articles would sound flowery but in fact mean little for thinking!  Anoher phenomenon is that many Chinese texts go with too much scenery-description through which you are hard to see what was going on in the author's mind since all depend on your imagination!
On this aspect I do appreciate the nice editing of English dictionary in which every note to each word is well written with definite meaning. I do wish fellow friends learn from our foreign counterparts and update Chinese grammar without any delay!  

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