International Journal of English Research

International Journal of English Research


International Journal of English Research
International Journal of English Research
Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2017)

Grammar: from the ancient Greeks to the Middle Ages


R Gnanasekaran

In view of the fact that grammar is a central phase of instructing a language, many techniques have been adopted to instruct it effectively over the time. Right from the evolution of grammar till today, instructing grammar has undergone a number of changes. In recent times, some language researchers have turned to some alternatives to traditional grammar teaching. Instead of focusing on grammatical forms, now the syllabus framers are giving more prominence to form and meaning relationship. Acquiring grammatical structures alone without monitoring their capacity does not help the students to build up their open capability in speaking a language. If someone wants to communicate clearly, the necessity of ‘Performance’ rather than ‘Competence’ is must. This paper begins with the development of grammar in Greece and proceeds onward portraying the part of it in the Renaissance age.
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How to cite this article:
R Gnanasekaran. Grammar: from the ancient Greeks to the Middle Ages. International Journal of English Research. 2017; 3(1): 57-58.