Студопедия
Случайная страница | ТОМ-1 | ТОМ-2 | ТОМ-3
АвтомобилиАстрономияБиологияГеографияДом и садДругие языкиДругоеИнформатика
ИсторияКультураЛитератураЛогикаМатематикаМедицинаМеталлургияМеханика
ОбразованиеОхрана трудаПедагогикаПолитикаПравоПсихологияРелигияРиторика
СоциологияСпортСтроительствоТехнологияТуризмФизикаФилософияФинансы
ХимияЧерчениеЭкологияЭкономикаЭлектроника

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Читайте также:
  1. A) Complete the table with personal and professional abilities. Use the list below. Give the reasons.
  2. An The reacting Unstable The Products of
  3. Annex 7 TRANSLITERATION TABLE FOR GREEK
  4. ARW2 Summary table of literature sources
  5. B) Complete the following table of statistics. Fill in the missing percentage using figures from the box.
  6. B. Fill in the table with the words formed form the word given (where possible).
  7. Be recovering, proves fatal. Notable phases of a remarkable career. 1 страница

Foreword ................................................................................................................................ 6

Introduction

Survey of the Development of English Grammatical Theory.......................................... 11

Grammar in Its Relation to Other Levels of Linguistic Structure............................................ 37

Problems of Field Structure.................................................................................................... 42

Functional Re-evaluation of Grammatical Forms in Context ......................................... 45

Grammatical Doublets ........................................................................................................... 55

Revision Material ........................................................................................................... 59

Part I. Morphology

Chapter 1. The Subject-Matter of Morphology ............................................................. 60

Chapter II. Parts of Speech .................................................................................. 67

Problem of Classification ................................................................................ 67

Chapter III The Noun ........................................................................................................... 72

Number ........................................................................................................... 72

Case ............................................................................................................... 78

The Article ...................................................................................................... 84

Revision Material .................................................................................................................. 88

Chapter IV. The Adjective .................................................................................................... 89

The Category of Intensity and Comparison..................................................... 90

Substantivation of Adjectives........................................................................... 96

Revision Material............................................................................................................ 98

Chapter V. The Verb ............................................................................................................. 99

The Structural Functions of the English Verb................................................ 105

Mood ........................................................................................................ 107

Modal Verbs .................................................................................................................. 111

Voice ............................................................................................................. 118

Active :: Passive in the English Voice System............................................... 118

Aspect ........................................................................................................... 130

Lexico-Grammatical Categories in the Field of Aspect................................... 130

Revision Material ................................................................................................................. 136

Chapter VI. English Verb-Forms and Their Pattern-Value .................................................. 137

The Present Tense..................................................................................... 137

The Present Continuous (Progressive) Tense........................................... 141

The Past Tense.......................................................................................... 146

The Past Continuous (Progressive) Tense ............................................... 147

The Perfect Tenses ................................................................................... 149

The Future Tense............................................................................................ 154

Revision Material ........................................................................................................... 159

Chapter VII. The Pronouns.................................................................................... 160

Personal Pronouns .................................................................................. 160

Chapter VIII. The Adverb ..................................................................................... 164

Category of State ..................................................................................... 166

Revision Material ................................................................................................................ 168


Part II. Syntax

Chapter IX. Sentence Structure ...................................................................................... 169



Chapter X. The Simple Sentence.................................................................................... 183

The Principal Parts of the Sentence..................................................................... 183

The Secondary Parts of the Sentence................................................................... 189

Word-Order......................................................................................................... 195

One-Member Sentences ..................................................................................... 208

Infinitival Sentences ........................................................................................... 211

Ellipsis ................................................................................................................ 212

Verbless Two-Member Sentences ........................................................................... 215

Idiomatic Sentences ............................................................................................ 225

Constructional Homonymity .............................................................................. 228

Revision Material .......................................................................................................... 233

Chapter XL Phrase-Structure ......................................................................................... 234

Subordinate Phrases ...................................................................................................... 236

Noun-Phrases........................................................................................................... 236

Verb-Phrases .......................................................................................................... 242

Infinitival, Gerundial and Participial Phrases .......................................... 249

Загрузка...

Coordinate Phrases ........................................................................................................ 249

Revision Material .......................................................................................................... 251

Chapter XII. The Composite Sentence ................................................................................ 252

Coordination ...................................................................................................... 257

Subordination ..................................................................................................... 261

Subject and Predicate Clauses .................................................................................. 262

Object Clauses ......................................................................................................... 264

Attributive Clauses................................................................................................... 265

Clauses of Cause ................................................................................................ 267

Clauses of Place ....................................................................................................... 268

Temporal Clauses .................................................................................................... 269

Clauses of Condition .......................................................................................... 270

Clauses of Result ................................................................................................ 273

Clauses of Purpose ............................................................................................. 274

Clauses of Concession ....................................................................................... 274

Clauses of Manner and Comparison........................................................................ 277

Overlapping Relationships and Synsemantics in Hypotaxis............................ . 278

Transpositions and Functional Re-evaluation of Syntactic Structures . . 280

Final Remarks on Subordination.............................................................................. 282

Asyndeton .............................................................................................................. 283

Represented Speech................................................................................................. 285

Nominality in English Sentence-Structure............................................................... 286

Grammar and Style ........................................................................................... 291

Revision Material ......................................................................................................... 298

Index of Grammatical Points Treated............................................................................ 299

Recommended Literature 303


INTRODUCTION

SURVEY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL THEORY


Дата добавления: 2015-10-23; просмотров: 30 | Нарушение авторских прав


<== предыдущая страница | следующая страница ==>
НАТАЛИЯ НИКОЛАЕВНА РАЕВСКАЯ| EARLY PRESCRIPTIVE GRAMMAR

mybiblioteka.su - 2015-2018 год. (0.012 сек.)