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" A fully adequate grammar must assign to each of an infinite range of sentences a structural description indicating how this sentence is understood by the ideal speaker-hearer. "
Aspects of the Theory of Syntax - Page 4
by Noam Chomsky - 1969 - 261 pages
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Early Syntactic Development: A Cross-Linguistic Study with Special Reference ...

Melissa Bowerman - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1973 - 302 pages
...was carried out in connection with discussions of the features of the grammars. According to Chomsky, 'a fully adequate grammar must assign to each of an...sentence is understood by the ideal speaker-hearer' (1965, pp. 4-5). Different kinds of grammars make different assumptions about the nature of the knowledge...
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Sprache und Individualität: die Bedeutung individueller ..., Volumes 223-224

Elke Nowak - Language and languages - 1983 - 201 pages
.../hearer' s intrinsic competence ... A fully adequate grammar must assign to each of an infinite ränge of sentences a structural description indicating how this sentence is understood by the ideal Speaker /hearer. " Aspects, S. 4. 68 Vgl. dazu Chomskys Versuch in DG, grammatische Abweichungen zu...
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Categorial Grammars and Natural Language Structures

Richard T. Oehrle, E. Bach, Deirdre Wheeler - Computers - 1988 - 524 pages
...that a grammar is "a description of the ideal speaker-hearer's intrinsic competence" (p. 4). As such, a "fully adequate grammar must assign to each of an...sentence is understood by the ideal speaker-hearer" (pp. 4f). While it is possible to conflate the notion 'structural description' with the 'abstract analysis'...
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