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Disputes in English grammar

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  1. denotes disagreement about whether given constructions constitute correct English

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  2. Such disagreements are often quite impassioned

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  3. One complicating factor is that there are many different forms of English, often with different conventions

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  4. Even when there is no disagreement over a given construction — when everyone agrees that it is incorrect — English speakers will sometimes express anger on encountering it

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  5. The following commonly factor into disputes

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  6. The prescriptivist and descriptivist approaches often clash: the former prescribes how English should be spoken

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