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  1. Grammarians do not lead speech; they follow it. If a grammarian said, 'This is the way people used to speak in times past, therefore this is the way people ought to speak now, he would not be a wise or good grammarian, because a language is not the same at all times; and if it has changed well it has changed, for better or for worse, and all that the grammarian has to do is to accept the fact and describe the best usage of his time to the best of his ability’ Wyld.