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  • Latin--alone of western languages--had grammatica, an analysis of all its rules; French was regulated by an Academy, which would ensure the quality of its substance.

    English's Bleak Future

  • It solmen va esser necessi far uniform grammatica, pronunciation e plu sommun paroles.

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  • Li lingues differe solmen in li grammatica, li pronunciation e li plu commun vocabules.

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  • Ma quande lingues coalesce, li grammatica del resultant lingue es plu simplic e regulari quam ti del coalescent lingues.

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  • Een verkennende inleidende studie gevolgd door kritische uitgaven van Robert van Parijs, Summa ˜Breve sit™ en Robert Blund, Summa in arte grammatica en door een werkuitgave van Petrus Hispanus (non-papa), Summa

    Peter of Spain

  • Donatus 'Ars grammatica was widely used as an ele - mentary textbook.

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  • They also called their science grammatica generalis or speculativa.

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  • The grammatica speculativa of the Modistae consisted es - sentially in a superficial harmonizing of Priscianus and

    STUDY OF LANGUAGE

  • The vernaculars are more “noble” than (Latin) grammatica.

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  • One is declared by his opponent to have _ingarbugliato_ the clearest meaning; another _guasta il sentimento_ and _sproposita in grammatica_; a third brings _falso_ and

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860

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