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7-25-2011 @ 8:54AM
English classes teach you the components of what makes a story good instead of just mediocre, much like how sites teach you to play WoW better. I can write a book, but I can write a better book if I know what parts work better together, or how to structure it to build suspense. That being said, there are people who do write purely for structure, casting content aside for critical acclaim. Those cur can keep their poor contributions to reading culture. Being Canadian, I had the pleasure of taking french immersion classes, and thus skipped all the English verb stuff you mention, instead learning obscure conjugations of another language. Having learned more of English since, I don't envy those in the English curriculum.
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