Structural-Functional Studies in English Grammar

In honour of Lachlan Mackenzie

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| Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
| Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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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.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 83]  2007.  vi, 393 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
1–5
Part I. Corpus-based studies
No doubt and related expressions: A functional account
Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen
9–34
On certainly and zeker
Pieter Byloo, Richard Kastein and Jan Nuyts
35–57
Prenominal possessives in English: Function and use
Evelien Keizer
59–82
Ditransitive clauses in English with special reference to Lancashire dialect
Anna Siewierska and Willem B. Hollmann
83–102
‘It was you that told me that, wasn’t it?’ It-clefts revisited in discourse
María de los Ángeles Gómez González
103–139
Another take on the notion Subject
Dik Bakker and Anna Siewierska
141–158
The modal auxiliaries of English, π-operators in Functional Grammar and “grounding”
Louis Goossens
159–173
The king is on huntunge: on the relation between progressive and absentive in Old and Early Modern English
Casper de Groot
175–190
Part II. The architecture of functional models
Mental context and the expression of terms within the English clause: An approach based on Functional Discourse Grammar
John H. Connolly
193–208
Adverbial conjunctions in Functional Discourse Grammar
Kees Hengeveld and Gerry Wanders
209–226
Tree tigers and tree elephants: a constructional account of English nominal compounds
Matthew Anstey
227–256
English constructions from a Dutch perspective: where are the differences?
Arie Verhagen
257–274
Notes towards an incremental implementation of the Role and Reference Grammar semantics-to-syntax linking algorithm for English
Christopher S. Butler
275–307
Grammar, flow and procedural knowledge: structure and function at the interface between grammar and discourse
Peter Harder
309–335
The non-linearity of speech production
Michael Fortescue
337–351
A speaker/hearer-based grammar: the case of possessives and compounds
Theo Janssen
353–387
Index
389–393
“The present volume makes an invaluable contribution to functional-cognitive linguistics in an number of significant ways.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2006051825