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By White L.

ISBN-10: 9517921462

ISBN-13: 9789517921466

A Grammar booklet of Finnish is a pragmatic easy grammar for international rookies of Finnish. It offers truly the principal positive aspects of the Finnish grammar, containing the grammar wanted for conversing, figuring out and examining usual normal Finnish.

The booklet stands as an exceptional aid for novices in addition to for more matured newbies. different be aware types and sentence buildings are observed by way of charts, tables and lots of examples to enable you to comprehend and memorize issues.

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Absence of subject agreement on the verb. Finite complements are subject to the Finite Phrase Condition, a restatement of the Tensed-S Condition; that is, they are inaccessible to the various rules that are not supposed to apply into finite phrases. Gibson, Jeanne, and İnci Özkaragöz. 1981. " CLS 17:83-98. Argues, contra Aissen and Hankamer 1980, that the causative is a syntac­ tic rule of clause union rather than a lexical rule. Carries the relational grammar analysis of Turkish forward in a number of respects.

P&RCLD 15:129-139. On the acquisition by children of devices for connecting or conjoining two sentences to express cause or reason. The first stage is conjoining without an explicit marker, followed by connectives such as işte or DE, followed by syntactic mechanisms of conjunction or subordination. Çünkü is appar­ ently acquired last. Aksu-Koç, Ayhan and Dan I. Slobin. 1985. " In Dan I. , The Crosslinguistic Study of Language Acquisition. Hills­ dale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. A comprehensive overview of what is known to date about the acquisition of Turkish, based on the results of the Berkeley Cross-Linguistic Acquisi­ tion Project, published and unpublished work of Aksu, and several others.

2652; UM PRI83-02071. Knecht, Laura. 1976. " Harvard S&S 2:279-358. A thorough study of the syntax of comparative constructions. "Clausal"" comparatives such as Orhan Ayşenin aldığından fazla kabak aldi are derived by a rule of Comparative Deletion from deep structures such as Orhan Ayşenin kabak aldığından fazla kabak aldi. In turn, these may be turned into "phrasal" comparatives like Orhan Ayşeden fazla kabak aldı by a rule of Comparative Ellipsis. Extensive discussion of the ways in which these rules operate, and their interrelationship with other syntactic constructions such as impersonal passives and relative clauses.

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