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Livros Livros 1 - 4 de 4 em Could any one know a language, if the brain did not acquire habits answering to those....
" Could any one know a language, if the brain did not acquire habits answering to those of the ears to hear it, to those of the lips to speak it, and to those of the eyes to read it? The recollection of a language is not, therefore, solely in the habits... "
An Exposure of the Fallacy of the Hamiltonian System - Página 23
por John Hooper Hartnoll - 1823 - 32 páginas
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An Easy, Natural, and Rational Mode of Teaching and Acquiring the French ...

William Henry Pybus - 1816 - 265 páginas
...Condillac, who has thrown so much light on the nature and origin of language, makes the following remark : " Could any one know a language, if the brain did not...habits answering to those of the ears to hear it, to trary, read the French phrase instead of the English, the pupil relying on his ear, which is not the...
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Plans for the Government and Liberal Instruction of Boys, in Large Numbers ...

Matthew Davenport Hill, Arthur HILL (of Hazelwood School.) - 1822 - 238 páginas
...even with humbler views, we thin•k it of no mean importance. Condillac asks, " Whether any one could know a language, if the brain did not acquire habits answering to those of the ears to hear it, those of the lips to speak it, and those of the eyes to read it ? The recollection of a language is...
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Nature Displayed in Her Mode of Teaching Language to Man: Being a ..., Volume 1

Nicolas Gouin Dufief - 1823
...who has thrown so much light upon the origin and nature of language, makes the following remark : " Could any one know a language, if the brain did not acquire kabits amwering to thoie of the ean to hear it, to those of the lipi to speak it, and to those of the...
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Eduard in Schottland, ein historisches Drama. Adapted to the Hamiltonian ...

August Friedrich F. von Kotzebue - 1836
...actual lesson with the Teacher, a language is rapidly and pleasingly attained " the brain acquiring habits answering to those of the ears to hear it,...speak it, and to those of the eyes to read it."* The Author of this Translation, in the course of his practice as a Teacher, has witnessed many instances...
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