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Published on May 23, 2012
Author Constance Hale talks about the need to teach and use meaningful and expressive grammar instead of "good" grammar. She shares fun and engaging examples of Hawaiian speech patterns, explaining why they are perfectly correct and have a real syntax, but it is far more expressive than what we'd consider good grammar. If you think grammar is boring, watch this video. Constance will change your mind!