Contextuality or grammaticalty?
In the process of communication participants may contravene grammatical rules
or their utterance may have reference to mistaken context. Prosperous
communication may be impeded by both. Conning and adherence of certain
grammaticai conventions present difficulty for language-Iearners. It may be
typical by learning - for examples - small Finno-Ugrian languages, that
description of these languages are not rule-centric enough.
The main question of this paper is that if it is possible to avoid making
ungrammatical sentences (because of an unexplained grammar) by using a
correctly described rule in pursuance of which context may get injured.
Presented examples (usage of Udmurt accusative) suggest that
communicative disorders made by injuring of context are easier superable then
disorders made by using ungrammatical structures.