Category of Mood Essay: Category of Mood Language is a means of forming and storing ideas as reflections of reality and exchanging them in the process of human intercourse. Language is social by nature; it is inseparably connected with the people who create and use it. The development of society is connected with the development of language.
Any attempt by one author to assert an independent grammatical rule for English was quickly followed by equal avowals by others of truth of the corresponding Latin-based equivalent.
In particular, increasing commerce, and the social changes it wrought, created new impetus for grammar writing. Many such grammars were published in various European languages in the second half of the seventeenth century.
They spread beyond their erstwhile readership of "learned," privileged, adult males to other groups of native speakers such as women, merchants, tradesmen, and even schoolboys. The first half of the nineteenth century would see the appearance of almost new books on English grammar.
Edward Shelley's The people's grammar; or English grammar without difficulties for 'the million'for example, was written for "the mechanic and hard-working youth, in their solitary struggles for the acquirement of knowledge. Eighteenth-century prescriptive grammars[ edit ] Robert LowthBishop of Oxford and thereafter of Londonscholar of Hebrew poetryand for a short time Oxford Professor of Poetrywas the first and the best known of the widely emulated grammarians of the 18th century.
A self-effacing clergyman, he published A Short Introduction to English Grammar, with critical noteshis only work on the subject, without the author's name on the title page.
His influence extended, through the works of his students Lindley Murray and William Cobbettwell into the late 19th century. He would also become, among prescriptive grammariansthe target of choice for the criticism meted out by later descriptivist linguists.
Lowth wrote against preposition strandingusing "whose" as the possessive case of "which", and using "who" instead of "whom" in certain cases.
In America inthe American Rev. It "appears to have been the first English grammar prepared by an American and published in America. Johnson developed his grammars independently of Lowth, but later corresponded and exchanged grammars with him. Eves, Ellenor Fenn aka Mrs. They "together published a total of twelve discrete grammars, with over one hundred documented editions appearing well into the nineteenth century".
This enterprise comprised scholars at various universities, their students who were training to be teachers of English, and journals publishing new research. Past and Present, by John Collinson Nesfieldwas originally written for the market in colonial India.
It was later expanded to appeal to students in Britain as well, from young men preparing for various professional examinations to students in "Ladies' Colleges. Grammar of spoken Englishby H.
Palmerwritten for the teaching and study of English as a foreign languageincluded a full description of the intonation patterns of English. His ideas would inspire the later work of Noam Chomsky and Randolph Quirk. John Hart The opening of the unreasonable writing of our English toung Brief Grammar of English.
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An essay towards an English grammar With a dissertation on the nature and peculiar use of certain hypothetical verbs, in the English language.