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Why do we learn about regions in school?
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How can you learn about Italian foods for free?
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Do you learn more outside school?
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What information can a geographers learn from climate regions?
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In what class at school do you learn about Greek Mythology?
How do home school and regular school differ?
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How do the Chinese people learn how to speak English?
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How do the dutch learn to speak the language English?
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Do the children in that live in the amazon rainforest go to school?
Asked in Grammar
How does grammar relate to communication?
There is no verbal communication without grammar, except for exclamations consisting of single words, such as "Help!" or "Ouch." Grammar determines the form and the placement of words in an utterance, according to the meaning intended. It turns mere words into communication. Without grammar the words school, children, learn and in, for example, may be arranged in many different ways, all meaningless: learn school in children, in children school learn, in learn school children, school children in learn and so on. With grammar these words become meaningful communication: In school children learn, or Children learn in school.
Is school good for you?
Some might disagree, but in general, yes, school is good for you. It is meant to be a foundation for what you will learn later in life, in college and beyond. You will be surprised at how much what you learn in school has an impact on your life. School also helps you to learn how to interact with others.