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    Children in countries other than the US, learn grammar from that culture. (i.e. verbs before subject in the sentence) If we learn language with grammatical instinct, does the culture in which we are born form that grammatical structure? How so?

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    I say yes. This reasons accounts for why there are difficulties encountered in second language acquisition and why some languages are easier to acquire than others. ...

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    Universal grammar is discussed.

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