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Grammar- The Revolutionary’s Ally
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October 7, 2001
Dr. Warner A3
Grammar- The Revolutionary's Ally
Although language works according to set rules and conventions, we as individuals are still able to break the rules, challenge convention, and be creative. The grammar of a language has little to do with the ability of that particular language to be used as an instrument to express the knowledge and ideas of the individual. Instead, creativity and individuality are directly linked to the actual knowledge, and this knowledge is constrained by nothing; it is as infinite as the human conscience.
First, when analyzing this problem, the definition of "creativity", "breaking the rules", and "challenging convention" must be analyzed in order to obtain a valid conclusion. However, when one tries to define creative, which from "Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary" is: "having the power or quality of creating; having the quality of something created rather than imitated." This lexical definition provides for an accurate definition of the word, but yet the word, "creativity", when thought of, or spoken, usually gives an individual a deeper connotation, something which can not be put in words, because it is
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