| 1803 - 456 páginas
...grammar should be taught ? I reply, if grammar should be taught at any time, it must be to one who **can speak the language already; how else can he be taught the grammar of it.** Indeed I do not see how it can reasonably be made the subject of any one's study but as an introduction... | |
| John Locke - 1812 - 492 páginas
...When grammar should be taught ?" To which upon the premised grounds, the answer is obvious, viz. That, **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, .it must...already: how else can he be taught the grammar of it.?** This, at least, is evident from the practice of the wise and learned nations amongst the ancients.... | |
| 1816 - 696 páginas
...the same work, he lias Kcommended teaching the learnui languages without grammar, observing <f That **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must be to one that can speak the language already** *;" and has advised, as a course of natural philosophy, * Thoughts on Education, § 168. 3. »0 to... | |
| Benjamin Franklin - 1818 - 610 páginas
...foreign countries, and not to be men of business in their own?" Page 255, the same author adds, "That **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must...already ; how else can he be taught the grammar of it?** This) at least is evident from the practice of the wise and learned nations among the ancients. They... | |
| Benjamin Franklin - 1819 - 524 páginas
...foreign countries, and not to be men of business in their own 1 " Page 255, the same author adds, " That **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must...already; how else can he be taught the grammar of it** ? This at least is evident from the practice of the wise and learned nations among the aucients. They... | |
| John Hooper Hartnoll - 1823 - 40 páginas
...the pupil has a perfect acquaintance with the major part of the words of that language. Locke says, " **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must...already: how else can he be taught the grammar of it."** 22 How far all these opinions are correct will presently be considered. In the following passage Mr.... | |
| John Locke - 1823 - 504 páginas
...When grammar should be taught?" To which, upon the premised grounds, the answer is obvious, viz. That, **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must...already : how else can he be taught the grammar of it** ? This, at least, is evident from the practice of the wise and learned nations amongst the ancients.... | |
| John Locke - 1824 - 498 páginas
...When grammar should be taught?" To which upon the premised grounds^ the answer is obvious, viz. That, **if grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must be to one that can speak the language** alreauy . how else can he be taught the grammar of it? This, at least, is evident from the practice... | |
| Arthur Clifford - 1827 - 256 páginas
...the premised grounds, the answer is ohvious. If grammar ought to be taught at any time, it must he **to one that can speak the language already: how else can he be taught the grammar of it** ? " This at least is evident, from the practice of the wise and learned nations among the ancients.... | |
| William Russell - 1827 - 786 páginas
...To which, upon the premised grounds, the answer is obvious, viz. That if grammar ought to be taught **any time, it must be to one that can speak the language...already: how else can he be taught the grammar of it?** This at least is evident from the practice of the wise and learned nations amongst the ancients. They... | |
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