People! What do you think?
Should I(we) learn grammatical structures that are not used in modern spoken English?
at the same time paying attention to only spoken English and its structores we won`t be able to learn ALL language But it`ll take much time....
I`ve mixed up....
If one learns English or any other language, it is completely necessary to grasp from a language as much as possible. Otherwise, why do we study then? Moreover, most spoken English expressions can be heard from everywhere, not only from textbooks and teachers.
P.S. Nobody can know everything. We should try to know more, however.
i partly agree with you but any way the topic is very interesting. By the by Have you got something like словарь англо-американских гоамматических сокращений?
Did you mean these an English abbreviations dictionary? I have a list of some of them:
A. C. AC - ante Christum - лат. до нашей эры
A. D. - Anno Domini - лат. нашей эры
B. C. - before Christ - до нашей эры
C'mon - come on
Gimme - give me
Gonna - Going to
Gotcha - got you
Gotta - (have) got to
Kinda - kind of
Lemme - let me
Letcha - let you
Lotsa - lots of
Lotta - lot of
Outa - out of
Wanna - want to
Ya - you
Yeah - yes
Yep - yes
Yr. - younger
and many other abbreviations as well.
thanks a lot