Syntactic Analysis: The Basics
Highly readable and eminently practical, Syntactic Analysis: The Basics focuses on bringing students with little background in linguistics up to speed on how modern syntactic analysis works.
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The Structure and Classification of Words
How Structure Affects Pronoun Reference
Determining the Structure of Sentences
Rules of Sentence Structure A First
Assigning Meaning in Sentences
Real vs Apparent Sentence Structure
Some CategoryNeutral Processes
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adjunct Advanced Affix Hopping agent allow analysis appears applies architecture Args argument argument structure assigned auxiliary verb c-commands called category-neutral Cats Chapter complement consider constituent constructions contains coordination correct D-str derive determining discussed earlier elements embedded English evidence example explain expressions fact function further garage German girl given grammar head human hypothesis immediate indicate instance involving Jane language lexical linguistic look Mary meaning modifier mother move negative noun object passive past person phrasal position possible predicts present Principle problem produce proform questions recursive refer requires root rule seen sentences shows simply single sister Spec of CP structure suffix surface syntactic syntax tense affix term tests theme theory theta role transformational tree walk Fido WH movement wh phrase WHQs word sequence X-bar