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Beginning English grammar

Author: Samuel Jay Keyser; Paul Martin Postal
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1976.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Jay Keyser; Paul Martin Postal
ISBN: 0060452544 9780060452544
OCLC Number: 2006094
Description: xi, 436 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction. PART I: The road to remote structures. A first encounter with grammar --
More on myself --
Representing sentence parts --
The minimal clause problem --
Generalization of the rules for I, me, myself and the notion of coreference --
More on reflexives: remote structures --
Justification for remote structures --
Further specialized deletion rules --
A new type of deletion rule --
Another controlled deletion rule --
--
PART II: On the nature of the grammar. Initial trees --
Base rules and grammatical relations --
Recursive rules --
The lexicon and productive word formation --
The lexicon and lexical insertion --
Transformational rules --
--
PART III: Some fundamental grammatical operations. Passivization --
Extraposition --
A first look at raising --
More on raising --
Another kind of raising operation --
More on passivization --
--
PART IV: Some aspects of the verbal system. Floating quantifiers --
Floating quantifiers and the verbal system --
Verbal subcategories: adjectives and auxiliaries --
Do erasure, surface bracketing, and so-called verb phrases --
Interrogatives and subject-auxiliary inversion --
--
PART V: Conclusion. The principle of cyclic application.
Responsibility: Samuel Jay Keyser, Paul M. Postal.

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