Before five thousand years ago There was no written language Communication was oral Morality was moral It was prehistoric They didn't lack rhetoric Art and literature were there They couldn't write poems as I did Every piece created in mind Every piece existed in mind Communication was through sound Experience, knowledge, literature From generation to generation All were passed oral There was no written confirmation Everything committed to memory Huge scriptures in the tally But change is the law of Nature Motion permanent Rest temporary Time changes Forms of words and expressions change Semantics change Understanding change Oral things with ease change Same story Different people, different versions Scholars brought in writing later Create huge task for researchers Researchers look for evidence Some kind of evidence they may find Theses they write Some commonalities do emerge There's a popular surge With pride people declare Their forefathers were great They knew everything Which scientists now struggle to find Researchers research reflects more of their minds Difficult to tell How closely prehistoric scriptures, knowledge They define Languages changed, usage changed Semantics changed Amelioration, pejoration Additions, deletions Happened over thousands years Prehistoric remains more of a mystery What scholars and researchers tell you If you find useful in life Please do imbibe Don't fight Let scientists show you the light!
you are syntax and semantics phonetics and phonology you are written and oral formal and informal you are past and future now and forever you are identity and heritage togetherness and uniqueness you are simple and complex imperfect and perfect you are language.
language — transparent, like dew, iris, cells, when things were yet to be named, at the beginning in the cradle of nothingness, where darkness came first, before light, before fire and earth, Oceans, the favourite child, and the sky, with her celestial, feathery friends, lazing on that hazy chasm; from the horizon, emerged forms and words and poetry
As a language it is easy, and anyone can see To reverse the meaning of a word is elementary To say ‘not well’ is 2 words. Why not pare it down to one? Just take a word and prefix it. To reverse it just add ‘Un’
‘Un’well is also poorly, which is never any fun The opposite of doing it, is leaving it ‘Un’done If it ain’t fair it’s ‘Un’fair. If not kind then it’s ‘Un’kind A contract with no autograph is a paper that’s ‘Un’signed
So like I said it’s unhard to make a word reverse Simply add an ‘Un’ to it and it becomes its own inunverse But so often with the language a rule can be misunleading And there are other prefixes. To learn them keep on reading
It’s ‘A’ if it’s not typical, which might sound rather bland But a ‘Mis’ if you can’t fire or you didn’t understand It’s an ‘Il’ if its not legal, but an ‘In’ if unsecure An ‘Ir’ makes it not regular and an ‘Im’ says it’s unpure
It’s a ‘Dis’ to uncontinue, it’s a ‘Post’ if it’s not ‘Pre’ It’s not ‘Un’ but prefix ‘Counter’ if you fight insurgency A friend nor longer friendly is not an ‘Un’friend but an ‘Ex’ But yes, it is the prefix ‘Un’ if it’s not what you expect
I will ‘An’ to your aerobic I will ‘Anti’ to your freeze I will ‘Non’ if it is undescript just to put you at your ease This might seem overwhelming but before I simplify Please note if things are humid you should ‘De’humidify
So check if it’s an ‘Il’ an ‘In’ an ‘Ir’ an ‘Im’ or ‘dis’ A ‘Counter’, ‘Anti’, ‘Post’ or ‘De’ an ‘A,’ ‘An’ ‘Ex or ‘Mis’ If these are unappropriate when all is said and done Yes, there is a modest chance the prefix might be ‘Un’
But in case you think you’ve got it; you’ve still got much to learn Both flammable and ‘In’flammable mean the thing can burn
Reading math shall become as easy as reading spoken language. To question comprehension is only natural until higher degrees of practice are obtained. That's why I have dictionaries and thesauruses for spoken tongue, and why I have textbooks and the Internet for maths.