A Grammar of the Dialect of the Bolton Area: Part II: Morphology and Syntax (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft / Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics) ePub download
by Graham Shorrocks
- ISBN: 3631346611
- ISBN13: 978-3631346617
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- Language: English
- Category: Words Language & Grammar
- Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (February 1, 1999)
- Pages: 282
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This is Part II of a synchronic study of the traditional urban vernacular .
This is Part II of a synchronic study of the traditional urban vernacular spoken in an area determined by Bolton's urban field of influence. Together with Part I, it constitutes the fullest grammar of an English dialect published to date. He is a native of Farnworth, a town within the Bolton Metropolitan Borough.
Part II. Morphology and Syntax. Papers from the 30 th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society: Parasession on Variation and Linguistic Theory. Paper presented at NWAVE. Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft (University of Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics) 42. Frankfurt am Main. A Grammar of the Dialect of the Bolton Area. Part II.
From 1972 to 1974 Shorrocks did fieldwork in his hometown of Farnworth supported by a grant from the University of Sheffield. He later undertook further fieldwork in other parts of the Bolton metropolitan borough in the 1980s. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 309 pages.
The series, entitled Bamberger Beitr�ge zur Englischen .
Part two of Dr. Shorrocks study is due to be published in the same series towards the end of this year. Most books in the series have a PhD dissertation underpinning them, though, in my own case, the study has come a long way since my earlier PhD on the dialect of Farnworth and district in the North-West of England," explained Dr. Shorrocks.
This is Part II of a synchronic study of the traditional urban vernacular spoken in an area determined by Bolton's urban field of. . Format Paperback 309 pages. Dimensions 15. x 20. 5 x 1. 5mm 40. 3g. Publication date 01 Jun 1999. Publisher Peter Lang Publishing Inc. Publication City/Country Frankfurt am MainNe, United States.
He is a native of Farnworth, a town within the Bolton Metropolitan borough.
Syntax attempts to systematize descriptive grammar, and is unconcerned with prescriptive grammar (see . Most formal theories of syntax offer explanations of the systematic relationships between syntactic form and semantic meaning.
Syntax attempts to systematize descriptive grammar, and is unconcerned with prescriptive grammar (see Prescription and description). There exist innumerable theories of formal syntax - theories that have in time risen or fallen in influence. Syntactic category: is either a phrasal category, such as noun phrase or verb phrase, which can be decomposed into smaller syntactic categories, or a lexical category, such as noun or verb, which cannot be further decomposed.
L-ge is social and psychological by nature
Human l-ge is a means of communication. It fulfils the functions. exchanging the information. L-ge is social and psychological by nature. Different l-ge phenomena are too complex to be analysed without arranging them in a system. In a l-ge description generally we deal with 3 essential parts: - phonology. Theoretical grammar means theoretical explanation of the nature or peculiarities of the grammatical system of l-ge. To achieve this aim is necessary to scientifically analyse and define the categories and study mechanisms of grammatical formation of utterance.
lt; The Grammar of English Grammars. ETYMOLOGY treats of the different parts of speech, with their classes and modifications
lt; The Grammar of English Grammars. ETYMOLOGY treats of the different parts of speech, with their classes and modifications. The Parts of Speech are the several kinds, or principal classes, into which words are divided by grammarians. Classes, under the parts of speech, are the particular sorts into which the several kinds of words are subdivided.