ITEM NO. 3 :
THE SHOCKING ‘MYSTERIES OF LANGUAGE SCIENCE’
claims made here are proved 100% accurately, clearly and
There are many Mysteries of the Language Science unraveled in the new Methodology of Mr. Jacob Nettikkadan, his four volume books and his other works. When you come to know these, your Learning Interest will be shot up tremendously, your love for scholarly knowledge will soar high and you will be able to learn English with greater concentration, urge and speed to produce the greatest self-confidence.
2. The greatest mystery of Language Science is that out of the eight categories of Verb, the first category comprises of 99.9% of the total number of Verbs in English, let us assume, 75,000 words. The prevailing system was mainly concentrating on teaching the usages of these Verbs only. All the remaining seven categories of Verb together have only 18 words of Verbs, five out of them being the most important and most powerful Verbs in English (i.e. can, may, should, must and ought to). The shocking factor is that in actual use of the English language, these 18 words will outweigh the first category of 75,000 words, by minimum five times (500%). That means, if we place 75,000 words of Verb (like : go, run, write, speak etc.) belonging to the first category, in a weighing scale and the 18 words, including the five mentioned above, in the second scale, the second scale will weigh minimum five times more than the first scale. The style of handling this area to make the learner understand the matter very easily and fast is by using a matrimonial alliance of the five bachelors (can, may, should, must and ought to) marrying all the 75,000 words of Verbs (virgins) individually to give each of them five husbands.
3. The next mystery is that
these five most important and powerful Verbs are also the most complicated
Verbs in English. Teaching them is the most difficult and
painstaking task in English. Actually in the present teaching method, this area has been proved to be the “
Mr. Nettikkadan’s philological dexterity is discernible in analyzing the problem minutely and handling this area most skillfully by introducing an invention to solve the problem and making it user-friendly. Out of his research he has found out that these five MOST POWERFUL but complicated VERBS have many types of usages, each having a new meaning and rules of application (just like a single actor playing different rolls in a cinema at different contexts.) You may be able to grasp the complication of these words when you come to know that out of the total number of 32 families of sentences in the whole of English (as discovered by Mr. Nettikkadan), these five words alone rule over or govern 18 families, just like the ancient Emperors. All the remaining Verbs in English together rule over only 14 families of sentences. To facilitate their proper learning, Mr. Nettikkadan has named these Verbs “Associate Verbs” instead of including them in the list of “Auxiliary Verbs” as branded by the British.