From: yochanan bitan-buth (ButhFam@compuserve.com)
Date: Fri Nov 24 2000 - 00:29:42 EST
Greek, which I have been reading, studying, teaching, and publishing in for
... is MUCH MORE difficult than Hebrew, Arabic, French or German--
at least in terms of comparison of success.
However, what the above really means is that the above languages all have
efficient ways of getting
Greek has not had that.
Therefore, I am a living example and firm believer in the failure of the
methods of language learning (whether deductively or inductively).
[I say that as a linguist with no problem whatsoever in learning paradigms
rules or inventing new ones. It's just that learning a language is much
more than that, and working with a language analytically
for thirty years can't overcome that.]
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