But I believe the historical conjunction that gave rise to accountability continues to inflect and propel it.
Chinese is monosyllabic, Japanese is polysyllabic; Japanese verbs, adjectives and adverbs inflect , whereas they don't in Chinese; and Japanese has a system of postpositions that Chinese doesn't.
But even performers who ‘adhere to the score’ greatly inflect their readings by personal, pianistic, musical and emotional modifications.
particles readily inflect, deflect and jostle one another
all of these words inflect irregularly
We listed a few words that we claimed were just exceptions to the claim that monosyllabic adjectives inflect , and we included wrong on that list.
One thing that on-line communication doesn't give is a sense of how people's voices inflect what they say with particular meanings that you don't always pick up when someone is writing.
Taking a whirlwind tempo, as he did, is one thing; but failing to inflect the smaller motivic units that comprise it is quite another.
For example, they do not inflect for past tense, and with a third-person singular subject they do not take the characteristic s inflection.
There are indications, however, that a new generation is starting to find its own voice, tempered and inflected by more exotic influences and general intellectual curiosity.