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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Affix Hopping agent 2 NP analysis anaphors appears Args argument structure assigned auxiliary verb believes that Mary Binding Principle c-commands category-neutral Cats Chapter Chomsky complement consider constituent coordination D-str tree draw the D-str elements embedded English explain fact feature flying saucers following sentences garage girl grammar grammatical system human language hypothesis indicate interrogative Jane lexical category lexical entries lexical head linguistic Maria Mary put Mary walked Fido meaning modal verb morpheme move negative noun NP agent NP NP NP theme passive sentences phonetic possible sentences problem proform pronouns ProNP Quechua questions R-expressions recursive VP refer relative clauses sauerkraut seen sister Spec of CP Spec position SpecTP subject NP subject theta role suffix Summary Points surface syntactic syntactic category T-to-C movement tattered cover tense affix tests of phrasehood theta role VP rules walk Fido WH movement wh phrase WHQs word sequence X-bar architecture YNQs