Structural-functional Studies in English Grammar: In Honour of Lachlan Mackenzie
This collection presents a number of studies in the lexico-grammar of English which focus on the one hand on close reading of language in context and on the other hand on current functional theoretical concerns. The various contributions represent distinct functionalist models of language, including Functional Grammar and Functional Discourse Grammar, Systemic-Functional Grammar, Role and Reference Grammar, Cognitive Grammar and Construction Grammar. Taken together, however, they typify current work being conducted from the grammatical perspective within the functionalist enterprise, emphasizing on the relation between structure and usage. A fundamental goal of the enterprise is to identify linguistic structures which are constrained by specific features of use, or which actually encode specific features of use, as many of the contributions here show.
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Function and use
Ditransitive clauses in English with special reference to Lancashire dialect
It was you that told me that wasnt it? fclefts revisited in discourse
Another take on the notion Subject
The modal auxiliaries of English noperators in Functional Grammar
On the relation between progressive and absentive
Adverbial conjunctions in Functional Discourse Grammar
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activated addressee adpositions adverb Amsterdam animacy argument certainly clause Cognitive complex compounds conceptual conjunction reduction conjunctions constituent Construction Grammar context contrast corpus current frame dependent clause discussion ditransitive double object construction doubt Dutch elements encoding ENCs epistemic example expression factors frame of reference frequency Functional Discourse Grammar Functional Grammar Gomez-Gonzalez grammatical conjunctions grammaticalization hearer Hengeveld ICE-GB instances interaction interpersonal interpretation involved John Benjamins Langacker language lexical linguistic Mackenzie marker meaning Middle English modals modifier morphemes Mouton de Gruyter nominal pattern position possessor postnominal pragmatic predicate prehensions prenominal prenominal possessive prepositional present procedural knowledge production pronouns properties recipient relation relationship relevant representation role Section semantic sentence Siewierska speaker specific speech structure Subject syntactic syntax template tense theme theory tion topic underlying representation utterance Valin verb verbal noun words zeker