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Two Grammatical Models of Modern English: The Old and the New From A to Z (Germanic Linguistics) ePub download

by Frits Stuurman

  • Author: Frits Stuurman
  • ISBN: 0415093449
  • ISBN13: 978-0415093446
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Words Language & Grammar
  • Publisher: Routledge (March 26, 1993)
  • Pages: 301
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Two Grammatical Models of Modern English: The Old and the New From A to Z (Germanic Linguistics) ePub download

Volume 28 Issue 1. Frits Stuurman . London: Routledge, 1990. Pp. xii + 301. Rodney Huddleston (a1). Department of English, The University of Queensland.

Volume 28 Issue 1. Frits Stuurman, English Français. Journal of Linguistics. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 November 2008.

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This book focuses on two major traditions in the study of Modern English grammar: ‘old grammar’ in the Great .

This book focuses on two major traditions in the study of Modern English grammar: ‘old grammar’ in the Great Tradition of Sweet, Poutsma, Kruisinga, Curme, Jespersen and Quirk; and ‘new grammar’ in applications to Modern Englis.

Part 1: OG and NG 1. Two Approaches to Modern English Grammar 2. OG. Older Grammar, Open Grammar 3. NG.

This book focuses on two major traditions in the study of Modern English grammar: ‘old grammar’ in the Great Tradition of Sweet, Poutsma, Kruisinga, Curme, Jespersen and Quirk; and ‘new grammar’ in applications to Modern English of Chomskyan generative syntax. The purpose is to promote the study of Modern English grammar through proper acquaintance with both these two approaches; and in general to promote positive evaluations of pluriformity in Modern English grammar. Part 1: OG and NG 1.

Two Grammatical Models of Modern English: The Old and the New From A to Z (Germanic Linguistics).

Condition: NUEVO, NEW. 1ª edicion. Stuurman, f. two grammatical models of modern english. The old and the new from a to z. LONDON, 1990, xiii 301 p. Encuadernacion original.

Автор: Stuurman Frits Название: Two Grammatical Models of Modern English: The Old and New from A to Z. .

It is based on comparisons of English and Czech sentences containing verbs and prepositions that are followed by the object.

Back then it was called Englisc and the people who spoke were the Anglo-Saxons; Old English is also known as Anglo-Saxon

Back then it was called Englisc and the people who spoke were the Anglo-Saxons; Old English is also known as Anglo-Saxon. Although a modern English speaker would likely have great difficulty in understanding written or spoken Old English, about half the words we use today are derived from Old English. Who Spoke Old English?

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Are you sure you want to remove Two Grammatical Models of Modern English from your list? Two Grammatical Models of Modern English. Published September 1990 by Routledge.

This book focuses on two major traditions in the study of Modern English grammar: 'old .

This book focuses on two major traditions in the study of Modern English grammar: 'old grammar' in the Great Tradition of Sweet, Poutsma, Kruisinga, Curme, Jespersen and Quirk; and 'new grammar' in applications to Modern English of Chomskyan generative syntax.

STUURMAN, F.: TWO GRAMMATICAL MODELS OF MODERN ENGLISH. THE OLD AND THE NEW FROM A TO Z . LONDON, 1993, xiii 301 p. Encuadernacion original. Nuevo.
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