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The Inventor of Orginal Communicative English, five other brand new inventions and a new thesis on language teaching.

The Mysterious weaving of the English Language


The structure and teaching method of the English language has been totally renovated by Jacob Nettikkatt of Nettikkadan family, a born philologist, through his new book "Easy Way To Learn English" in four volumes, out of his personal research for 52 years at home as a hobby. It may create ripples in the global educational field, because it contains a Hi-tech, novel method, a mysterious way of weaving the English language.

The four volumes of the book "Easy Way To Learn English" is the storage of 5700 inventions and discoveries on the English language, making the inventor/discoverer the No.1 philologist in the world. It can be verified first whether there is anybody else who has made 570 inventions/discoveries on the English language so far.

The book also claims to have pushed the western world behind by hundreds of years in the English teaching method. Also it is claimed that the newly invented methodology is a long ladder with 1877 steps to climb to the zenith of the English language from the bottom. A bigger claim is that an average English Medium high school student can gain more useful knowledge about the English language from this book than a postgraduate in English literature gets from his degree course.

Another claim the inventor can make is that the book facilitates the fastest English Class in the world, because he conducts a residential English course for 10 days for those who can understand English very well but who have no confidence to speak well. Such people, by doing sufficient practice, can get good communication skill and ten times more knowledge in English than they got from their college studies.

For the weaving of the English clothe, Mr. Nettikkatt uses all the eight categories of Verb he has discovered. Each category of Verb is shaped into maximum 15 Tenses (these being his own discovery). Then each Tense of each category of Verb is processed through 32 families of sentences based on 32 purposes (undergoing change in the verbal form or its position in the sentence 32 times).

The new book "Easy Way To Learn English" enables one to set the journey from one end of the English language and sail to other areas very scientifically ie very easily, systematically, fast, comfortably and with high interest to get communication skill and a scholarly grip of the whole language in an unimaginably short period. It helps to produce the simplest sentence in English by teaching how to fill in the three columns of a sentence under the captions 'Actor, Action and Receiver of Action'. The book further enables one to change the sentence maximum 15 times by changing the Tense of the Verb in the sentence and by adding appropriate timing, which varies in meaning.

The book pioneers the learner to drive those sentences through 32 families of sentences. In each family either the form of Verb or its position undergoes some change. Also the purpose and meaning of each sentence change.

The book further leads the learner to move forward through Voices - Active Voice and Passive Voice sentences. Thus the total number of types of sentences discovered by him in English and taught in the book becomes 1877. 1877 simple techniques (formulae) are invented by him to teach as many types of sentences, one technique being ear-marked for one type of sentence.

A great contribution of Mr. Nettikkatt to the English language is the depiction of all 1877 types of sentences in English in a chart form, which has been divided into the written area (1125 types) and the spoken area (752 types). For the picture, visit another heading "Science in language learning" in this website. Again in the spoken area, sentences are categorised according to their priority for effective teaching based on his discovery that 'a selected 15 categories of sentences are repeatedly used by people in ordinary conversation at least 75% time'. Another discovery is that 'a selected six categories of sentences are used 50% time'. The most stunning discovery is that 'a selected three categories of sentences are used 35% time', offering an average gain per category of sentence learnt at the rate of 11.6% of the total communication need in ordinary conversation. Such capsules of discoveries excite the learner and motivate him tremendously to start the learning on a high pitch of enthusiasm.

Thus the new book ushers a learner into the wonder terrains of the English Language with amazing speed and equal quantum of interest and thrill, making the learner a master in English language. It is an enlightening process of progress and enrichment of the English language as well as the learner at the same time.

The entire system of teaching English in the new book is built up on a rational and logical footing. The headings for the three columns Actor, Action and Receiver of Action are assigned very rationally and logically, through an experiment under the caption 'research', so that the learner will be absolutely convinced about the need for that. Then some sample sentences are given to convince the learner of the viability and guarantee of result of the method.

Let us have an example how the system progresses. Let us suppose that we have made the simplest sentence as " Tom watches a bird ". The Verb in this sentence can undergo changes according to 15 Tenses, as :

(1) Tom watches a bird. (2) Tom watches a bird daily; (3) Tom is watching a bird; (4) Tom has watched a bird; (5) Tom has been watching a bird; (6) Tom watched a bird; (7) Tom used to watch a bird; (8) Tom was watching a bird; (9) Tom had watched a bird; (10) Tom had been watching a bird; (11) Tom will watch a bird; (12) Tom would watch a bird; (13) Tom will be watching a bird; (14) Tom will have watched a bird; (15) Tom will have been watching a bird.

Each of the above sentences can be processed through the 32 families of sentences, in which case either the Verb will change the form or it will take a new position in the sentence. All the Tenses and all the categories of Verbs will not fit in all the 32 families of sentences. An example will make better understanding in the serial order of families of sentences :

(1) Tom watches a bird; (2) Tom does not watch any bird; (3) Does Tom watch any bird ?; (4) Does Tom not watch a bird ?; (5) Watch a bird; (6) Do not watch any bird; (7) Please watch a bird; (8) Please do not watch any bird; (9) Tom has to watch a bird today; (10) Tom does not have to watch any bird; (11) Surely, Tom does watch a bird everyday; (12) Certainly, Tom does not watch any bird now; (13) Tom can watch many birds now; (14) Of course, Tom cannot watch 200 birds today; (15) Tom may watch a few birds today; (16) Tom may not watch any more birds today; (17) Tom should watch some more birds today; (18) Tom should not watch any more birds today; (19) Tom must watch at least 200 birds today; (20) Tom must not watch any bird today; (21) Tom ought to watch some more birds today; (22) Tom ought not to refuse to watch any birds today; (23) Can Tom watch some birds today?; (24) Can Tom not watch some more birds today?; (25) O.K. Let Tom watch some birds today; (26) No, Tom cannot watch any birds today; (27) May Tom see 500 birds today!; (28) May Tom not watch a single bird today!; (29) Come on Tom, let us watch some birds today; (30) No, Tom, let us not watch any bird today, but read a book instead; (31) How nicely Tom watches birds! (32) How badly Tom watches birds!

In Passive Voice : A bird is watched by Tom; A bird is not watched by Tom: Is a bird watched by Tom? Is a bird not watched by Tom? etc. (A few families will be omitted in Passive Voice).

When one learns to make each type of sentence in English by knowing the following four items, the learner gets perfect knowledge and builds up incomparable confidence :

(a) The technique (formula) to make each type of sentence; (b) what is the exact time or occasion of use of each type of sentence; (c) what is the purpose of the sentence and in which family of sentence does the sentence fall in; (d) what is the accurate meaning of the type of sentence.

Mr. Nettikkatt ascribes this method of teaching to be responsible for his success in inventing the "Linguistic Yardstick" to measure unwanted complexity in each language, so as to be able to assess which language is easier or more difficult than another language, and to arrive at the conclusion that Malayalam is the easiest language in the world to learn and practise. It should be noted that his request for financial help was rejected by NCERT, New Delhi, on the ground that their top scientist along with two American scientists failed utterly to invent the mentioned "yardstick" inspite of their effort for long years and came to the conclusion that "it is futile" to try to compare languages. It may not be out of place to mention here that Mr. Nettikkatt taught Malayalam to a lady Dentist from Karnataka and a lady from New Zealand and a gentleman from the U.S. for two hours each to make them produce hundreds of sentences in Malayalam confidently. The Asianet T.V. covered one of them in their regular news in 2002.

The book also demands that future research in languages should be based on the line of teaching described in this book, particularly going through the usages of Verb (total 1877 in English).

Details of the author : Name : Mr. Jacob Nettikkatt

Designation : Director, Xavier Institute of Managment, Azad Building, Azad Road, Kaloor, Kochi - 682017, Kerala,

Phone Nos. 91 - 484 - 2330768, 4047769, Mobile: 91 - 98460 08621

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