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Marcia R. We obviously cannot dream of having all languages on earth adopting this universal grammar, so that this is at most for those languages that are associated with our occidental style of writing. The Brazilian and Portuguese peoples decided to unify their language once and then reached several agreements which, basically, formed a new language. With this, Brazilian Portuguese and Portuguese Portuguese became almost the same thing. In the same way, we could have all languages that adopt the occidental style of writing sharing the same grammar structure. This paper is then about a dream, but, because of the experience with the Portuguese language, we know that this is an achievable dream. Key-words: universal, grammar, language, occidental, unification 1. Introduction Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics at MIT, has developed the universal grammar theory of language development. In analogy, the brain can be thought of as a kind of partially programmed machine ready to be configured. The configuration comes from encounters with the perceived world through the senses, and thus the corresponding language pattern forms.

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Danielle Rodrigues. Iuri Paiva Paiva. Anonymous G1wFIwr9. Thayrone Nery. Paula Maciel. Diogo Oliveira Santos. It would appear that the derived system of physics, geometry, and various other mathematical schemes fit all too perfectly into the reality of the inner-workings of the world.

This perfect fit is a phenomenon which many scholars and philosophers, including Albert Einstein, find difficult to believe could simply be coincidence. Nature created us — it is what we are, so it would only make sense to have such a correlation. Chomsky sums it up very simply, I think, yet the world thinks in me.

We are particularly concerned with universal grammar as an expression. We will prove that what Chomsky imagined or what Brister [1] thought that Chomsky imagined could not possibly be true through very well-known facts. Besides, we will propose that we create a grammar structure that be considered logical by Logicians, so that it is the easiest to assimilate. This might even be a structure that already exists or a quilt formed of pieces of varied grammar structures. So many degrees separate us from the true learning of a new language: grammar, graphical accents, localisms, thinking patterns, gaps, gluts, original occlusion, original voice emission patterns, original culture, emotional problems, and etc.

If we can eliminate one of these more than ten degrees of distance, we are a bit closer to finding it all easy, is it not? Development We obviously intuitively know that Chomsky could only be wrong.

We spend an average of twelve years studying Mathematics and our first language just to master the foundations and basic structures of application of those two disciplines. It is universally agreed that almost every adult will present some amount of mistake in any sort of exam on the foundations and basic structures of those two topics at any stage of their life.

Australia, for instance, recently decided to test its inhabitants for literacy and found out that half of their electrical apprentices fail [2] basic numeracy and literacy tests, so that it is not that they have some mistakes, they actually fail the basic tests.

If things were inside of us in the way they are outside and if reality were still perfectly reflected in our theories, we obviously would not need so much study, formal study, to master just the basics of our theories and we obviously would never fail exams on the basics after going through twelve years of formal studies of those.

Notice that human kind speaks a diversity of languages 6, according to [3] and therefore nature is definitely not the same for all of us. If one claims, as Chomsky seems to have done, that at least our linguistic processes, those involved in language acquisition, are a common place, then one has to believe that either the environment influences us equally or our inner natural universe is in agreement with our group conventions in terms of language.

It is not so much about the variety of the languages, and therefore about the cardinality involved, but it is definitely about the structure of the grammar of those languages, which may vary so completely that one will put drawings one close to another that represent entire sentences to express the same ideas that the other would express with words.

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The above rectangle brings the sigmatoid [4] world in Chinese according to [5]. We now see two separate drawings, formed of 16 strokes in total, for the Chinese language, and four separate drawings formed of 10 strokes for the English language.

There is a lady Ms. Ruth McNeill who is told to never have understood the simplest mathematical operations with negative numbers. For not accepting those, she changed her professional paths, so hard and unnatural all was for her [6].

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