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Understanding Sentence Structure : An Introduction to English Syntax

(Linguistics in the World)

Tortora, Christina

Wiley-Blackwell 2018/12
308 p. charts, 26 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781118659946
装丁違いISBN: 1118659481
KCN: 1029746595
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DDC: 428
KDC: B121 英語学
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This book is for people who have never thought about syntax, and who don’t know anything about grammar, but who want to learn. Assuming a blank slate on the part of the reader, the book treats English grammar as a product of the speaker’s mind, and builds up student skills by exploring phrases and sentences with more and more complexity, as the chapters proceed.

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"This book is for people who have never thought about syntax, and who don't know anything about grammar, but who want to learn. Assuming a blank slate on the part of the reader, the book treats English grammar as a product of the speaker's mind, and builds up student skills by exploring phrases and sentences with more and more complexity, as the chapters proceed"--
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Table of Contents

Preface xii Acknowledgments xvii 1 Let's get Parsing! 1 1.1 some introductory words 1 1.2 let's start understanding what those unconscious rules that create structure are 11 1.3 some conclusions, and what to look forward to in the coming chapters 16 list of terms/concepts 17 reference 17 2 The Subject NP - Outside and In 18 2.1 some introductory words about the noun phrase vs. the subject position 18 2.2 the subject position 20 2.3 let's get inside that NP triangle 23 2.4 possessive NPs 42 2.5 conclusions 47 list of terms/concepts 50 3 The Subject's Better Half: The Verb Phrase 51 3.1 parts of the verb phrase we already know about 51 3.2 building up the VP 53 3.3 revisiting structural ambiguity from Chapter 1 56 3.4 VPs with double objects 58 3.5 VPs with adjectives 61 3.6 constituency test 64 3.7 conclusions 70 list of terms/concepts 71 4 Up Close and Personal with the Prepositional Phrase 73 4.1 aspects of the prepositional phrase we already know about 73 4.2 it's not just the P and NP anymore! 76 4.3 verb-particle constructions 83 4.4 modifiers within PP 89 4.5 lexical vs. functional prepositions 93 4.6 English prepositions are not inflected 95 4.7 conclusions 96 list of terms/concepts 97 5 Infinite Wisdom: Sentences Inside the Verb Phrase 98 5.1 aspects of the verb phrase we already know about 98 5.2 building up VP 99 5.3 the complementizer phrase 108 5.4 embedded adjunct clauses 119 5.5 conclusions 123 list of terms/concepts 124 6 It's More Complex Than That: The Complex Noun Phrase 126 6.1 aspects of the noun phrase we already know about 126 6.2 subordinate clauses within the noun phrase 127 6.3 the noun complement clause 131 6.4 the relative clause 139 6.5 subject relative clauses 152 6.6 conclusions 157 list of terms/concepts 158 7 Making Their Presence Felt: Silent Categories 159 7.1 what is a silent category in sentence structure? 159 7.2 the reality of the trace of movement: wanna?contraction 163 7.3 other kinds of silence: the null pronoun 166 7.4 the null operator in relative clauses 182 7.5 conclusions 184 list of terms/concepts 185 8 The Main Attraction: Main Verbs and the Simple Tenses 186 8.1 overview: the "main verb" and its entourage 186 8.2 main verbs: the present, the past, and the future 191 8.3 conclusions 214 list of terms/concepts 216 reference 217 9 The Support System: Auxiliaries and the Compound Tenses 218 9.1 auxiliary verbs: the support in the English verb system 218 9.2 auxiliary have 221 9.3 auxiliary be 242 9.4 modal auxiliaries 254 9.5 verb selection and word order 260 9.6 conclusions: all 16 possible combinations 264 list of terms/concepts 266 10 It Takes a Village: Main Verbs, Auxiliaries, Tense, and Negation 267 10.1 the syntax of the English verb system 267 10.2 auxiliaries and the syntactic expression of tense 268 10.3 main verbs: in a class by themselves 298 10.4 conclusions 312 list of terms/concepts 313 references 313 11 Unfinished Business 314 11.1 overview 314 11.2 tense as the head of S 315 11.3 matrix interrogatives 318 11.4 x?bar and binary branching 330 11.5 adverbs 335 11.6 conclusions 340 list of terms/concepts 342 references 343 Index 344