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Powered by Stripe. Document Summary Scientific method to study linguistic more precisely. Syntax: the scientific study of sentence structure. I saw the girl with the binoculars. The man is standing near the bank. Scientific method: observe, analyze, develop hypotheses, check predictions of the hypothesis, gather more data to test predictions. Good hypothesis: needs to be able to make predictions, must be falsifiable must be a way to show our hypothesis is incorrect.
Prescriptivism: rules about how one should use language, conscious, must be learned. The rules must be follow to be considered good grammar.
These rules need to be explicitly learned, normally in school part pf your conscious knowledge of a language. Descriptivism: how we actually use language, unconscious, enable you to use language speak and understand. Competence: what native speakers know about their native language. The grammar in their mind - mental grammar. More from OC
Understanding Syntax (Understanding Language)
AbeBooks has millions of books. Description: Understanding Syntax provides a complete introduction to the syntax of human languages. Assuming no prior knowledge of linguistics whatever, the book presents all the major terms and concepts essential to the study of sentence structure. Starting with the basics, it explains why we need to look at languages other than English, and guidance is given as to how to make use of examples from other languages. The reader is left with a comprehensive picture of what syntax is and how it is studied in linguistics. A reader-friendly and accessible style, along with many examples and interactive exercises make this textbook the perfect choice for students approaching the subject for the first time. Initial illustration is from English, with extensive additional material from several other languages.
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Celtic linguistics, language origins and evolution -- aka evolutionary linguistics, language typology, morphology, morphosyntax. Morphosyntax of functional elements, syntax of Soft Mutation, and syntax of infinitival clauses. Language Evolution: The origins, evolution and development of syntax and morphology. The evolution of Language from protolanguage.