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a.1.Without grammar.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Indeed, it seems plausible that many monolinguals have negative perceptions of bilinguals (Grosjean, 2010), as it has been observed that some monolinguals consider bilingualism a "grammarless mixture" of L1 and L2 and as an "insult to the monolingual's rule-governed language" (Grosjean, 1982; p.
Code-switching is often regarded as sub-standard language use, "bad language" (Myers-Scotton 327), a grammarless blend of languages.
It is grammarless rhythm, a mobile, patterned regime of compromise: Something infinitely vulnerable." I might have gone back into the streets, returned to the reading, then after chatted excitedly about everything and nothing, and said, "As a generator of temporality, the vernacular overdetermines any bounded circulation concept or singularity of origin--it moves every-which-way continuously, so an excess or an innovation may erupt at any point, initiating various kinds of intensities and political consequences that can never be predetermined."