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Return to Book Page. Preview — Transformational Grammar by Andrew Radford. Radford by Andrew Radford. Intended primarily for students lacking background in syntax, this introduction covers the goals of linguistic theory, syntactic structure, the nature and role of the lexicon, and the function and operations of transformations.
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Transformational Grammar: Radford by Andrew Radford
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 02, Marcus Lira rated it really liked it Shelves: Even though this book is awfully outdated now, and Andrew Radford’s “Minimalist Syntax” already rendered this book kind of obsolete, it’s a great read and a lovely introduction to this wacky stuff Chomskians work with, specially if you want to know what happened before things went Minimal in Generative Grammar.
It really feels like professor Radford himself is by your side teaching you how to get through the most abstract concepts with simplicity and humour. Aug 06, A. This book is very dry and difficult to read. Hence the lower rating for content and applied uses I would rdaford it five. This must have been a difficult book to write.
Not necessarily a book read for pleasure. I read it because I love language, deep structure and surface structures alike.
Aug 31, Dan’l grajmar it really liked it Shelves: Perhaps the most accessible yet then-comprehensive introduction to transformational grammar of its era back in the early s, when I took this class as an undergraduate. Rare is the thrill to read to see the mind opened up to mechanisms underlying how the mind works. Dec 17, Leonardo marked it as to-keep-reference. Nellalou rated it really liked it Transformationa, 18, Huffarino rated it anvrew liked it Apr 24, HebatAllah Hassan rated it it was ok Mar 08, Tony Do rated it it was amazing Jan 20, Transfrmational rated it liked it Jun 30, CJ rated it it was amazing Sep 09, rgammar Raaj Rizbondo rated it liked it Jun 13, Lauren rated it really liked it Mar 29, Hopeapaju rated it liked it Mar 05, David Gallagher rated it really liked it Jan 15, Marianne rated it liked it Oct 03, Amnadheif rated it really liked it Dec 12, Ana Cristina rated it it was ok Sep 09, Fransiska Latuihamallo rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Gregory rated it liked it Dec 12, Rebecca GWY rated it liked it Apr 08, Yogiartha24 rated it it was amazing Nov 02, Sep 26, Rawia added it.
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