5.2. ĆWICZENIA: WIRTUALNE SŁÓWKA I PRAWDZIWA SKŁADNIA

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Exercise 22. In a virtual dimension, as in a computer game, we could envision practice on logical cues and invented words as a bridge to high score.

 

For a real language and real life, such exercise can help form flexible linguistic habits.

 

Let us combine Aspect and Time, to exercise our logical arrows. We can review SUMMARY 5.1. for the logic and the arrow cues.

 

Example:
generally {ON} the map in the PAST,
{ON} a PAST time extent
Answer:
SYMBOLICS: PAST SIMPLE, ARROW

 

1. IN a spot within the FUTURE time extent

 

2. TO a time within the PAST time extent

 

3. ON the PRESENT time extent

 

4. TO a time within the FUTURE time extent

 

5. TO a time within the PRESENT time extent

 

6. ON the FUTURE time extent

 

7. IN a spot in the PAST time extent

 

8. IN a spot in the PRESENT time extent

 

Exercise 23. Let us now gather from elements, as in PRACTICE 4.1. Now we think about our symbolic cues only.

 

Example: {TO}, 3RD, the PRESENT
Answer:
SYMBOLICS, PRESENT PERFECT, ARROW

1. {IN}, ING, the PAST

 

2. {TO}, 3RD, the PAST

 

3. {ON}, the FUTURE

 

4. {IN}, ING, the PRESENT

 

5. {ON}, the PAST

 

6. {TO}, 3RD, the FUTURE

 

7. {ON}, the PRESENT

 

8. {IN}, ING, the FUTURE

 

Exercise 24. Let us try our language natures another way round. We begin with our arrow cue and think about the language elements.

Example:
SYMBOLICS: PAST PROGRESSIVE, ARROW
Answer: be, ING, in the PAST

 

PICTURE: EXERCISE 24, TASK

Exercise 25. We can use our virtual bimo and phimo, along with the task from the previous exercise.

Example:
SYMBOLICS: PAST PROGRESSIVE, ARROW
Answer: Phimo was bimoing.

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PICTURE: A BOY SLEEPING ON A DICTIONARY
EMOTICON: A JOKE

Please mind that we do not have to take all exercises in one go. Especially if we are practicing for a test or exam, we always have some rest.

 

We are not practicing behaviorist reflexes. We are about developing flexible habits. We need our thinking for that.

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Exercise 26. Let us now try our bimo and phimo with arrows marked for Expression. We can mark negative questions as ? N. We leave the affirmative unmarked.

 

Example 1:
PICTURE: EXERCISE 26, EXAMPLE 1
Answer: Will phimo not have bimoed?

 

Example 2:
SYMBOLICS: FUTURE PERFECT, ARROW
Answer: Phimo will have bimoed.

 

PICTURE: EXERCISE 26, TASK

 

Exercise 27. Let us try our language logic for the Interrogative and Negative, within the PAST time extent only. We can use virtual words and have fun. We also can choose to visit APPENDIX 2 or APPENDIX 3 to try real verbs.

VISUALS, THE FIELD FOR THE GRAMMATICAL PAST

PICTURE: EXERCISE 27, EXAMPLE

Answer: Was phimo bimoing?

We are staying in the PAST Field of Time.

 

PICTURE: EXERCISE 27, TASK

 

Exercise 28. Another way round, let us practice the Interrogative and the Negative thinking about the logical cues and mapping cognitive values.

 

Example: Had phimo bimoed?
Answer:
PICTURE: EXERCISE 28, EXAMPLE

PICTURE: EXERCISE 28, ANSWER

 

Everyday language has abbreviated forms as doesn’t, hadn’t, and won’t, in everyday language. Let us think about the full forms, for our answers, exercising as in the MIND PRACTICE.

 

1. Phimo doesn’t bimo.

 

2. Phimo hadn’t bimoed.

 

3. Is phimo bimoing?

 

4. Hasn’t phimo bimoed?

 

5. Phimo didn’t bimo.

 

6. Will phimo have bimoed?

 

7. Will phimo bimo?

 

8. Was phimo bimoing?

 

9. Phimo won’t have bimoed.

 

10. Will phimo be bimoing?

 

Please mind, our arrow cues have no reference to weapons. They are the symbols people widely use to mark or show the way.

 

Feel welcome to further exercise, with real words.

 

BUTTON 5.3. EXERCISES

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LINK: READ THIS IN A SLAVIC LANGUAGE, POLISH

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