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Auxiliaries and related phenomena in a restrictive theory of grammar
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|Statement||[By] Gerald Gazdar, Geoffrey K. Pullum [and]Ivan A. Sag.|
|Contributions||Pullum, Geoffrey K., Sag, Ivan A.|
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Get this from a library. Auxiliaries and related phenomena in a restrictive theory of grammar. [Gerald Gazdar; Geoffrey K Pullum; Ivan A Sag; Indiana University Linguistics Club.]. A guiding principle in this proposal is that, given the fact that Functional Discourse Grammar is a theory of grammar, the Contextual Component should provide the Author: Yehuda N.
Falk. A little discussed feature of English are non-restrictive relative clauses in which the antecedent is normally not an NP and the gap follows an auxiliary, as in Kim will sing, which Lee won't.
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The idea that explains this is known as Universal Grammar Theory and states that all children are born with an innate ability to acquire, develop, and understand language. 1.b. as a full verb with auxiliaries 'do', 'does' and 'did', typical of American form is becoming more and more popular.
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