Essentials of English Grammar
Routledge, 24.05.2013 - 800 Seiten
This book was first published in 1933, Essentials of English Grammar is a valuable contribution to the field of English Language and Linguistics.
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Pronouns.—Numerals.— Particles.—Provisional survey of inflexions.—Derivation of word-classes. CHAPTER VIII THE THREE RANKS Three ranks.—Primaries : Adjectives.—Adverbs.—Pronouns. —The prop-word one.—Secondaries.
Pronouns. —The prop-word one.—Secondaries : Substantives.—Pronouns.—Adverbs.—Tertiaries: Substantives.—Adjectives.— Pronouns.—Rank of word-groups. CHAPTER IX JUNCTION AND NEXUS Adjunct and adnex.—Restrictive and non-restrictive adjuncts ...
Substitutes for pronouns.—Indirect speech.— Vocative.—Imperative.—Verbs.— Difficulties.—Generic person. CHAPTER XVI DEFINITE PRONOUNS Division of pronouns.—Pronouns of contextual indication (Personal pronouns).—Ambiguities.
Pronouns.—Prepositions last.—Adverbs.—Intonation.—Word-order.—Do.—Double-barrelled questions.—Elliptical questions.—Exclamations.—Dependent questions. CHAPTER XXIX DEPENDENT NEXUS Different forms of dependent nexus.
Pronouns with ever.—Extraposition.—Mental parenthesis. —Relative or interrogative. CHAPTER XXXIV CLAUSES AS SECONDARIES Relative clauses.—Restrictive and non-restrictive.—Double restriction.—It is.—Form of relative clauses.
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