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The Prime Minister did make clear his convictions on the educational values implicit in an understanding of language in its broadest terms.

what is the meaning of 'implicit' in this sentence? is there any grammatical mistake. cound anyone help me to analyse the meaning and structure of this sentence, thank you!
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Hi,

The Prime Minister did make clear his convictions on the educational values implicit in an understanding of language in its broadest terms.

what is the meaning of 'implicit' in this sentence? Suggested but not actually stated

there any grammatical mistake. No, although I'd prefer to say 'with regard to' or 'about' rather than 'on'.

cound anyone help me to analyse the meaning and structure of this sentence A broad understanding of language has various values for people's education. The PM made his beliefs (convictions) about these values clear.
Best wishes, Clive
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CliveHi,


there any grammatical mistake. No, although I'd prefer to say 'with regard to' or 'about' rather than 'on'.



Interesting. Googled:

217 - "have convictions on".

598 - "have convictions about".

0 "have convictions with regard to"


Hi,

Yes, that's why language is more of an art than a science, isn't it?

Best wishes, Clive
CliveHi,

Yes, that's why language is more of an art than a science, isn't it?

Best wishes, Clive

I'd say so.
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