Sentence Structure

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Psychology Press, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 122 pages
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Routledge Language Workbooks provide absolute beginners with practical introductions to core areas of language study. Books in the series provide comprehensive coverage of the area as well as a basis for further investigation. Each Language Workbook guides the reader through the subject using 'hands-on' language analysis, equipping them with the basic analytical skills needed to handle a wide range of data. Written in a clear and simple style, with all technical concepts fully explained, Language Workbookscan be used for independent study or as part of a taught class.
Sentence Structure:
introduces the evidence for sentence structure and reveals its purpose
is based on a problem-solving approach to language
teaches the reader how to identify word classes, such as noun, preposition and demonstrative
uses simple tree structures to analyse sentences
contains numerous exercises to encourage practical skills of sentence analysis
includes a database and exercises that compare the structure of English with other languages
The second edition has been revised and updated throughout.
 

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Contents

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English Grammar
Richard Hudson
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About the author (2005)

Nigel Fabb is Professor of Literary Linguistics at the University of Strathclyde. His publications include A Grammar of Ma'di (with Mairi Blackings, 2003) and Language and Literary Structure (2002).

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