Many types of languages are used throughout the world to communicate daily our countless ideas, beliefs, intentions, actions and feelings. With mass media and the Internet, this interaction is occurring faster and more frequently with every passing second. Even specialized languages, such as mathematics and computer programming, are being used more often in an effort to create much desired and needed new processes and systems and to educate people. Therefore, as members of a growing global village encompassed by our dynamic information age, good language expression, usage, and comprehension are vital.
Languages are organic and continuously evolving systems. Within all languages, cultural traditions and conventions have shaped, organized, re-organized and normalized language subsystems, thereby, structuring overall language systems. So like culture itself, language is ever-developing as conventions and traditional systems are forever challenged and language structure is permanently altered.
Herein lies the current evolution of English grammar.