Modern English linguistics: A structural and transformational grammar

John P Broderick, Modern English linguistics: A structural and transformational grammar
Crowell | ISBN 0690000677 | 1975 | File type: PDF | 20.4 mb
| 260 pages
Modern English Linguistics showed how transformational grammar developed out of American structuralist morphology and syntax. It then went on to describe English grammar in some detail using the so-called "extended standard theory" of transformational grammar described in Noam Chomsky's book, Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. Despite considerable changes in Chomsky's ideas in the 1980s and 1990s (as for example, government and binding theory), linguistics textbooks continued to be published well into the 1990s that were still based on the Aspects model.

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