With this shift in language perception appeared the change...

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I have another question from the series "is this gramatically correct?" I am not sure about the syntax in this particular case. See sentecne below. Should it be reversed like this: "The change in regerding the translation process itself came with the shift in language perception" or is it ok like this:
"With this shift in language perception appeared the change in regarding the translation process itself."

Tank you.
  • cropje_jnr

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    Note the spelling of 'regarding', and the reversed sentence should still read 'this shift'.

    To me 'perception(s) of language' would be clearer, however I don't see how reversing it makes any difference on the grammatical level.


    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    Of course, if you've already referred to the change you would use the article "the" to accompany it; if this is the first time you refer to this change, you would say "a change."
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