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eBook English grammar;: A linguistic study of its classes and structures ePub

  • ISBN: 0435107917
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books (1970)
  • Pages: 244
  • ePub book: 1419 kb
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The system of all grammatical means of one given class constitutes a. .There may be different definitions of category laying stress either on its notional or formal aspect

The system of all grammatical means of one given class constitutes a paradigm. There is a new approach to the division of grammar into morphology & syntax. According to it morphology should study both paradigmatic & syntagmatic relations of words. Structure - unity of heterogeneous elements, which make up in their turn the units of higher hierarchy. There may be different definitions of category laying stress either on its notional or formal aspect. But the category exists only if there is an opposition of at least two forms, if one - there is no category.

Unlike school grammar, theoretical grammar does not always produce a ready .

Unlike school grammar, theoretical grammar does not always produce a ready- made decision. Basic Linguistic Notions. 2. Lingual elements (units) as signs, their levels, structural and functional features.

Constructions can be individual words (aardvark, avocado), morphemes (anti-, -ing), fixed expressions and idioms (by and large, jog X's memory), and abstract grammatical rules such as the passive voice (The cat was hit by a car) or ditransitive (Mary gave Alex the ball).

105 The Structure and Function of Phrases and Sentences: Syntax The Study of Meaning: Semantics 172 .

Theoretical grammar and its subject. Grammar may be practical and theoretical. The aim of practicalgrammaris the description of grammar rules that are necessary to understand and formulate sentences. The aim of theoreticalgrammar is to offer explanation for these rules. It means that linguistic signs are of semiotic nature: they areinformativeand meaningful. There are other examples of semiotic systems but all of them are no doubt much simpler.

The grammatical system breaks up into its subsystems owing to its relations with vocabulary and the unity of lexical meaning of the words of each group. Grammar and vocabulary are organically related and interdependent but they do not lie on one plane.

English studies (usually called simply English) is an academic discipline taught in primary, secondary, and post-secondary education in English-speaking countries.

It involves the study and exploration of texts created in English literature.

Decent binding, limited chipping or tears to edges, no markings or creasing in text, a bit of a warp on the back side.