Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication has been added to Grammar Captive’s WordPress site. It is one additional layer of security to ward off unwanted intruders and mischief-makers.

The credits that went missing several months ago, when the current version of Grammar Captive was replaced with a less contemporary back-up have finally been restored. Also, new credits are on their way! These latter must wait, however, until Grammar Captive has realized its first online, team effort using Atlassian’s Bitbucket versioning software.

It is the recent implementation of this software that has created the delay in the uploading of Grammar Captive’s new, multilingual GC Tutor pages.

Setting up Bitbucket is likely an easy task for most. The current soft- and hardware constraints to which Grammar Captive will remain subject for some time into the future has made the integration of this software especially difficult.

Alas, unlike corrupt government’s around the world, Grammar Captive must live and develop within its means.


The Week Ahead

A sound understanding of the grammar of one’s target language can greatly accelerate one’s mastery of the target language as a whole. A sound understanding of the grammar of one’s own native language makes learning the grammar of one’s target language so much easier.

There are plenty of native English speakers on the internet looking to make a buck, but there are few who can teach their own language’s grammar very well. There are far many fewer who can provide that knowledge in the native language of their own students.

The multilingual nature of Grammar Captive is an important first advantage in such a market place. During the week ahead Grammar Captive will develop a language specific, GC Tutor, introductory page for each of Grammar Captive’s second languages.

First on the list is English to Arabic.