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A Student’s Introduction to English Grammar 2nd Edition PDF by Rodney Huddleston

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition (March 24, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 418 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1316514641
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1316514641

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Contents

Preface for the Student

Preface for the Instructor

List of Abbreviations

1 Introduction

1.1 The English Language

1.2 ‘escribing and Advising

1.3 The Structure of Sentences

1.4 Investigation and ‘isconfirmation

Exercises on Chapter 1

 

2 Overview of the Book

2.1 Word Forms and Lexemes

2.2 Phrases and Clauses

2.3 Verbs and Verb Phrases

2.4 Complements in the Clause

2.5 Nouns and Noun Phrases

2.6 Adjectives and Adverbs

2.7 Prepositions

  1. Adjuncts

2.9 Negation

2.10 Clause Type

2.11 Subordinate Clauses

2.12 Relative Constructions

2.13 Comparative and Superlative Constructions

2.14 Non-Finite Clauses

2.15 Coordination

2.16 Information Packaging Appendix: Notational Conventions Exercises on Chapter 2

 

3 Verbs and Verb Phrases

3.1 Verb Inflection

3.2 Auxiliary=Verbs

3.3 Perfective and Imperfective Interpretations

3.4 Primary=Tense: The Present and Preterite

3.5 Secondary=Tense: The Perfect

3.6 Progressive Aspect

3.7 Modality=and the Modal System

Exercises on Chapter 3

 

4 Complements in Clauses

4.1 Introduction

4.2 The Subject

4.3 The Object

4.4 Predicative Complements

4.5 Overview of Complementation in VPs

Exercises on Chapter 4

 

5 Nouns and ‘eterminatives

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Number and Countability

5.5 Internal Modifiers in Nominals

5.6 External Modifiers

5.7 The Fused-Head Construction

  1. 8 Pronouns

5.9 *enitive Case

Exercises on Chapter 5

 

6 Adjectives and Adverbs

6.1 Adjectives

6.2 Adverbs

Exercises on Chapter 6

 

7 Prepositions and Particles

7.1 The Traditional Category=of Prepositions

7.2 Extending the Preposition Category

7.3 Further Category=Contrasts

7.4 *rammaticized 8ses of Prepositions

7.5 Preposition Stranding

7.6 The Structure of PPs

7.7 PP Complements in Clause Structure

  1. 8Prepositional Idioms and Fossilization

Exercises on Chapter 7

 

8 Adjuncts: Modifiers and Supplements

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Manner, Means, and Instrument

8.3 Act-Related Adjuncts

8.4 Space and Time

8.5 ‘egree

8.6 Purpose, Reason, and Result

8.7 Concessives

8.8  Conditionals

8.9 Four Other Clause-Modify=ing Adjuncts

8.10 Connective Adjuncts

8.11 Supplements

Exercises on Chapter 8

 

9 Negation

9.1 Negative and Positive Clauses

9.2 Subclausal Negation

9.3 Clausal Negation

9.4 Non-Affirmative Items

9.5 Scope of Negation

Exercises on Chapter 9

 

10 Clause Type

10.1 Speech Acts and Types of Clause

10.2 Interrogatives and Questions

10.3 Exclamatives

10.4 Imperatives and ‘irectives

10.5 Performative 8se of Speech Act Verbs

10.6 Minor Clause Types

Exercises on Chapter 10

 

11 Subordinate Clauses

11.1 Subordination

11.4 Interrogative Content Clauses

11.5 Exclamative Content Clauses

Exercises on Chapter 11

 

12 Relative Constructions

12.1 Relative Clauses as Modifiers in Nominals

12.2 Integrated versus Supp=           lementary=Relatives

12.3 Integrated and Supp=           lementary=Relative Words

12.4 Fused Relatives

12.5 A Relative Clause that Isnt a Modifier in a Nominal

Exercises on Chapter 12

 

13 Comparatives and Superlatives

13.1 *rade Inflection

13.2 More and Most

13.3 Less and Least

13.4 Comparison of Equality

13.5 Non-Scalar Comparison

13.6 Comparative Clauses

Exercises on Chapter 13

 

14 Non-Finite Clauses

14.1 Finite and Non-Finite Clauses

14.2 The Form and Meaning of Non-Finite Clauses

14.3 The Functions of Non-Finite Clauses

14.4 Transparent Verbs and Raised Subjects

14.5 Verbless Clauses

Exercises on Chapter 14

 

15 Coordinations

15.1 The Structure of Coordinations

15.2 ‘istinctive Syntactic Properties of Coordination

15.3 The Order of Coordinated Constituents

15.4 The Marking of Coordination

15.5 Layered Coordination

15.6 Main-Clause and Lower-Level Coordination

15.7 -oint versus ‘istributive Coordination

  1. 8 Non-Basic Coordination

Exercises on Chapter 15

 

16 Information Structure

16.1 Introduction

16.2 Passive Clauses

16.3 Extraposition

16.4 Existential Clauses

16.5 The It-Cleft Construction

16.6 Pseudo-Clefts

16.7 ‘islocation: Hes clever, your dad

  1. 8 Prep=  osing and Postposing

16.9 Reduction

Exercises on Chapter 16

Index

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