Until about 1800, it was almost exclusively a written language, but now it is so widely spoken that most of the former German dialects are nearly extinct. Standard Chinese has official status as the standard spoken form of the Chinese language in the People's Republic of China (PRC), the Republic of China (ROC) and the Republic of Singapore.


The Deutsche Grammatik of the Jacob Grimm was first published in the 1810s.


Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1979.


Cleveland: The American Academic Press, 2006.


The Hindustani language has two standards, Hindi and Urdu. In the United States, the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar designated March 4 as National Grammar Day in 2008. ==See also== Ambiguous grammar Constraint-based grammar Linguistic error Grammeme Harmonic Grammar Higher order grammar (HOG) Linguistic typology Paragrammatism Speech error (slip of the tongue) Usage (language) Usus ==Notes== ==References== American Academic Press, The (ed.).

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