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In this article, we reflect on the problem of the existence of a normative grammar and how it affects the speakers of linguistic communities, generating linguistic prejudice. We intend to show how writing still has a privileged space, which ends up opening margins for the transformation of natural linguistic rules into a straitjacket. We also intend to think of the language as a sign system put in process by the speakers - natural holders of a language faculty - being alive, therefore, havingdoi:10.33448/rsd-v8i11.1464 fatcat:whv3af74jjbixej52gtlaevomy