By Qian Zhongshu
This ebook comprises 24 English works of Mr. Qian Zhongshu, which include his Bachelor thesis for Oxford college and different articles released in a few English magazines. extra taken with the content material of classical chinese language and Western classical literature. The publication additionally comprises Mr. Qian's correspondences and intensely worthwhile speeches.
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All languages and all varietie� of a particular lan guage have grammars that enable their speakers to express any proposition that the human mind can produce. All varieties of language are absolutely equal as instru ments of communication and thought. Furthermore, there is no such thing as a 'primitive' or 'inferior' language. Indeed, as examples in subsequent chapters will help illustrate, some of the most complex grammatical phenomena known to linguists are found in languages spoken in soci eties that have neither writing nor electricity.
The is the narrow area at the front. just behind the tip lie� the The main mass of the tongue is called the and the hindmost part of the tongue that lies in the mouth is called the The body and back of the tongue can also be referred to jointly as the The of the tongue is contained in the upper part of the throat (pharnyx). blade. body, back. sum. 2 tip dor PLACES O F A RT I C U LATr O N Each point at which the airstream can be modified to produce a different sound is called a place of articulation.
Like grammars for other variants of English (and other languages), they are fully �ystematic, and they permit their users to express and understand the same unlimited range of thoughts. guists reject prescriptivism, they do not deny the importance of clear expression in writing afidSPeech . Such matters are quite rightly an object of concern among educators. However, the difficulties that arise in these areas typically result from the inconsistent or careless use of one's linguistic knowledge, not from any inherent flaw in the grammar itself.
A Collection of Qian Zhongshu's English Essays by Qian Zhongshu