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It contains problems, a glossary, and a bibliography for further reading. Readers who work their way through the comprehensive presentation and the abundant well-chosen exercises will attain a deep understanding of what Chomskian generative grammar is all about, and, even more, a feel for what it is to actually participate in the enterprise. Abigail Nagy rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Refresh and try again.
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Linguistics: An Introduction to Linguistic Theory by Victoria A. Fromkin
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Each section explains how to define and solve a problem; organizes the data into paradigms revealing the structured frommkin in the data; formulates generalizations based on these patterns; proposes rules or principles to account for the generalization; seeks independent evidence in its argument for the proposed theoretical construct. Romi rated it liked it Aug 14, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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