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(6/) Noam Chomsky, Syntactic Structures (Mouton, 1957), 28.
The first analysis would be presumably syntactic in nature and the second more conceptual and thus logic-like; a sort of progression from a sentence's syntactic structure to the corresponding (logical) structure in thought.
According to the Croatian Adult Spoken Language Corpus (Kuvac Kraljevic and Hrzica 2015), 1% of all produced syntactic structures in spontaneous conversation among adult speakers are relative clauses.
Collecting data through peer role play, he found that the native English speakers used a variety of syntactic structures. They made most frequent use of ability statements using the modals "can" and "could" followed by the suggestory formula "let's" and finally used inclination statements expressed with modals such as "will", "would", "may", "might" and the phrase "I'm going to".
When subject-relatedness is an extrinsic property (a lexical effect in a syntactic structure), the functional and semantic properties depend on a given lexico-syntactic configuration that the word may not always take.
The aim of the research is to review the idiomatic expressions in the media discourse, provide the most correct equivalents for these lexical units in Lithuanian, determine the most prevalent translation strategy, and suggest the classification of these items in two languages based on the syntactic structure.
Such variation in the interpretation of syntactic structures inevitably arises from the fact that there are no evident formal features for the grammatical subject in Votic (i.e.
The treatment of verb sense disambiguation depends on three important clues, namely, the syntactic structure of sentence frame, the semantic information of synonyms, and the domain information of objects.
As documentation grows of the effects of language contact in the Americas, it is becoming ever clearer that exposure to languages with strong literary traditions has often had a significant impact on syntactic structure. Complexity is, however, not always due to literacy or contact with literacy.