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Analysing English Sentences: A Minimalist Approach (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics)by Andrew Radford
Synopses & Reviews
Analysing English Sentences provides a concise and clear introduction to current work in syntactic theory, drawing on the key concepts of Chomsky's Minimalist Program. Assuming little or no prior knowledge of syntax or minimalism, Radford outlines the core concepts and leading ideas and how they can be used to describe various aspects of the syntax of English. A diverse range of topics is covered, including syntactic structure, null constituents, head movement, case and agreement and split projections. Using Radford's trademark approach and writing style, the book is intensive and progressive in nature, introducing grammatical concepts and working in stages towards more complex phenomena.
Provides a concise introduction to current work in syntactic theory, drawing on the key concepts of Chomsky's Minimalist Program.
About the Author
Andrew Radford is Professor and Head of Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex. His recent publications include Minimalist Syntax: Exploring the Structure of English (Cambridge, 2004) and English Syntax: An Introduction (Cambridge, 2004).
Table of Contents
1. Grammar; 2. Structure; 3. Null constituents; 4. Head movement; 5. Wh-movement; 6. A-movement; 7. Agreement, case and movement; 8. Split projections; 9. Phases.
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