Day_2010
  • Day_2010
Okay, I think the drop down feature is great, but I think writing should be grouped with literature, biology with health sciences, and so on... essentially, I am saying like with like subjects. That would be so much easier than jumping from one subject to the other. What do you think?
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Hero
  • Hero
Grammar, Literature, and Writing Group
Day_2010
  • Day_2010
Yeah. I think it would be great. I recently noticed I do allot of jumping around, and that would be great! :)
Hero
  • Hero
I don't see a problem with it, but it's up to the admin mods I guess

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Day_2010
  • Day_2010
True. All I am saying is it would be useful, instead of "searching" for subjects. I did not know there was one for Grammar!? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea infact I had to switch between literature , writing and grammar all the time . Really tiring ! :-P
Day_2010
  • Day_2010
Yup! anjali_pant that is why it would be convenient. :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
haha Grammar is not an official subject (that I know of) I also agree, though. A lot of people get lost in changing from subject to subject. Maybe some ideas are: Literature, Writing, Grammar, English = Writing group Biology, Physics, chemistry = Science Maybe health and social sciences could go together because they are both related to the well-being of one's self? I don't know. Just thinking.
Day_2010
  • Day_2010
Yeah that is what I was thinking and it could be a good way just to organize things a bit. :) haha yeah I noticed Grammar wasn't an official subject... at least after doing a quick search. :} - I hope it can catch on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So any progress made as yet ?
Day_2010
  • Day_2010
Don't seem that way lol ... I'm going to bump it! :))
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Literature and Writing are the only two official groups. Grammar is not an official group, and we probably need to get rid of it if it's confusing people. You should ask grammar questions in the writing group. Literature and writing are two very distinct subjects, and I don't see them being merged any time soon, I'm afraid.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But what if we made the like the "writing group" ( or whatever) and then had sub groups inside. Like say you had the group "sciences" someone clicks on that and they then have the options of chemistry, biology, physics etc. :D Then the "find more subjects" button wouldn't have to be so long. :D
lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
chatting in a chemistry group is sometimes better than chatting in a "science" group. just saying. each one has its specialty and i think the division satisfies each one. that's my opinion anyway..
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's a very good point.
Day_2010
  • Day_2010
I like your idea rebeccaskell94 a lot! You cleared up my idea. That is what I was trying to express lol yeah I think the division is beneficial but its an idea, and agree, slightly lol :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm new here, but one way to clear it up and prevent confusion might be to have two subjects: English literature and English composition. Not all literature and linguistic studies are in English, and 'composition' would take care of all grammar questions as well as broader techniques as far as crafting a paper is concerned.
lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
we used to have two subjects for English; Reading and Writing. Reading involves literary works, phonetics, speech, etc. Writing involved grammar, and all the application of English

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