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    what is the difference between a grammar point and a language function

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    A grammar point is any particular linguistic problem treated by a grammar. The term is often used to refer to the separated paragraphs or chapters of a grammar book.


    See below for Language Functions


    http://eldstrategies.com/languagefunctions.html



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