Corepresentation of Grammatical Structure was first published in 1978. This monograph in linguistics presents a nontransformational model of generative grammar called corepresentational grammar. A corepresentational description of a language consists of a set of principles on the basis of which information pertaining to abstract relations among elements of a sentence may be extracted directly from surface structure. The resulting theory provides solutions to a variety of problems pertaining to word order, complementation, complex nominals, and coordinate structures.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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