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I hate to be pedantic, but this is a bad analogy. In fact, you
could not have picked a worse one. Kids don't need parents to
teach them words and often don't have them do so. They actually
and amazingly pick up any language that is around them (not
necessarily directed at them) till they are about 5 or 6 a bit
like they get to be able to walk without any special tuition.
It would be nice if the foundation physical structures in the
modern brain was similarly furnished to be receptive to html and
css. Somehow, I suspect that human evolution never provided for
this. And, as a result, look at the painful process that has
How right you are. When Spane was about a year and half, he did
something that amazed me. I have a habit of counting to few numbers when
I am under stress. One day, I said "one, two, three, four" and Spane
said, as clear as a bell, "Five!". He was also able to pick out that
number about a month later, and a month after that, he started
learning/talking about the bus line numbers. At three and a half, I
think he knows the Glendale, CA Beeline routes better than some of the
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That's probably because HTML and CSS don't follow the requirements of the
Universal grammar is a theory of linguistics postulating principles of
grammar shared by all languages, thought to be innate to humans.
I would suggest using an editor with a bit more grunt than notepad.
For example the Zeus editor: http://www.zeusedit.com
Writing the HTML in a text editor will give you a better understanding
of how HTML actually works, which is always good to know if and when
things start to go wrong.
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