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" we have enormous endless repetition and much learning of the names of things. We begin with short sentences and a very limited number of verbs ; and we learn with the least possible number of rules. "
Rebilius Cruso: Robinson Crusoe in Latin - Page 5
by Francis William Newman - 1884
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Book-lore: A Magazine Devoted to Old Time Literature, Volume 1

Bibliography - 1885
...superseded by minute accuracy in the study of very limited pieces. " In the natural mode," he observes, " we have enormous, endless repetition, and much learning...we learn with the least possible number of rules. . . . It has long been my conviction that we ought to seek to learn a language first, and study its...
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