Yubo Ross
Is grammar really importent in English? I think grammar is important in English, but my English teacher said it not, you just say it fluently,does care much about grammar, so what do you think?
Aug 16, 2014 3:49 PM
Answers · 16
In my point of view, grammar can be learned on later, but for learners of a language(other than children under the age of 8), grammar is essential to become fluent. You can start out learning simple phrases without learning grammar and start conversing in a language, but grammar is needed to create your own sentences in my opinion. So start out with a phrasebook and then once you get a feel for the language(intermediate level), start studying grammar.
August 16, 2014
The important thing is to eat baked beans every day. Nothing else matters. If you eat baked beans every day, your English will be perfect on about 3 months.
August 16, 2014
grammas is everywhere not only when you write, but also when you speak. Some scholars say that the name grammar need to be changed into understanding the language
August 16, 2014
Grammar is important. I have a guess. This is what I believe. Your teacher did NOT say "grammar is unimportant." You misunderstood. Your teacher means that it is good for YOU to work on fluency first, grammar later.
August 16, 2014
The simple fact is that if you don't exercise proper use of grammar, people will think you're stupid. Also, it could lead to confusion, but that isn't a huge issue, you could always explain yourself if need be.
August 18, 2014
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