牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学

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《牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学》指出人们在对语言的特定细节进行剖析之前,应该对语言整体有个大致的了解。作为语言学研究方向的学生进行深入研究之前的热身阅读,《牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学》的主旨是为人们理解那些学术性强的语言学专著奠定理论基础。因为《牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学》浅显易懂,对那些感兴趣却并非专门从事语言研究的人进一步了解语言也大有裨益。
书    名
牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学
作    者
斯沃 (Michael Swan)
出版社
上海外语教育出版社
页    数
129页
开    本
32
品    牌
上海外语教育出版社
外文名
Grammar
类    型
人文社科
出版日期
2012年5月1日
语    种
简体中文, 英语
ISBN
9787544627610, 7544627616

牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学基本介绍

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牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学内容简介

《牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学》为“牛津语言学入门丛书”之一,《牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学》向读者介绍了有关语法学的概论,并回答了语法是什么,语法如何与词汇联系在一起,语法是怎么演变的,什么是正确的语法等有趣的问题。

牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学作者简介

作者:(英国)斯沃(Michael Swan)

牛津语言学入门丛书:语法学图书目录

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Preface
  Author's Introduction
  SECTION I
  Survey
  1 What is grammar?
  What is grammar for?
  Language without grammar
  Problems
  Solving the problems
  2 From simplicity to complexity: word classes and structures
  Word classes
  Code and message: from words to phrases
  Clauses
  Subjects and objects
  Mood
  Analysing phrases and clauses
  Clauses inside clauses
  The units of language
  3 Grammar in the world's languages
  Word classes
  Structural types
  Morphological complexity
  Agreement
  Meanings
  Why is everything so complicated ?
  4 Grammarand vocabulary
  How different are grammar and vocabulary?
  The grammar of words
  On the frontier
  Language in use: chunking
  A continuum
  5 Grammar in spoken and written text
  Speech and writing
  Building phrases, clauses, and utterances
  Reference and context
  'Given' and 'new': information flow and
  topic-maintenance
  Text structuring
  Face
  Formal and informal language
  Special kinds of text
  6 Grammar and language change
  1,000 years of change in English
  Mechanisms of change
  Analogy
  Phonetic erosion
  Grammaticalization
  Speed of change
  How did it all start?
  7 Grammar in society: 'correctness' and standardization
  Language under attack
  What do. we mean by 'incorrect'?
  Mistakes
  Variation
  Dialect forms
  Alternative usage
  Authorities: descriptive and prescriptive rules
  Problems with prescriptive rules
  Ripples on the ocean
  The desire for standardization
  The price of standardization
  8 Grammar in the head
  Investigating language
  From outside to inside
  Learnability and universal grammar
  Problems with the innatist view
  Usage-based associative learning
  Modularity: grammar in the brain
  SECTION 2
  Readings
  SECTION 3
  References
  SECTION 4
  Glossary
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS