The Language of the Parker Chronicle : Volume II Word-Formation and Syntax

The reception accorded to the first volume of this book has en­ couraged me to redeem my promise to write a sequel on the word­ formation and syntax of the same text. (It is hoped that my edition of the text which forms the basis of these studies will appear in due course. ) Since these aspects of O...

Full description

Main Author: Sprockel, C.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1973, 1973
Edition:1st ed. 1973
Subjects:
Online Access:
Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 12. Concord Introductory [12.0]. Agreement between Subject and Verb [12.1]. Agreement between Nouns (or Noun-Equivalents) and their Modifiers [12.2]. Agreement between Nouns (or Noun-Equivalents) and Predicative Adjectives and Participles [12.3]. Agreement between Pronouns and the Nouns they refer to [12.4]. The Concord of Collective Nouns [12.5].
  • 13. Word-Order Introduction [13.0]. The Relative Position of Verb and Subject [13.1]. The Position of Subject and Verb in relation to other Elements [13.2]. The Position of the Direct Object [13.3]. The Position of the Indirect Object [13.4]. The Position of the Subject Complement [13.5]. The Position of the Object Complement [13.6]. The Position of Non-Finite Verbal Forms [13.7]. The Position of Adverbial Modifiers in relation to Subject and Verb [13.8]. The Position of Adverbial Clauses in relation to the Clauses on which they depend [13.9]
  • 6. Endocentric Word-Groups Introductory [6.0]. Coordinative Groups [6.1]. Appositive Groups [6.2]. Subordinative Groups [6.3].
  • 7. Dependent Clauses Introductory [7.0]. Subject Clauses [7.1]. Predicate Clauses [7.2]. Object Clauses [7.3]. Appositional Clauses [7.4]. Attributive Clauses [7.5]. Adverbial Clauses [7.6].
  • 8. The Uses of Case-Forms Introduction [8.0]. Nominative Case [8.1]. Accusative Case [8.2]. Genitive Case [8.3]. The Dative-Instrumental [8.4]. The Instrumental [8.5]. The Use of Case-Forms in Prepositional Groups [8.6].
  • 9. Adjectives Introductory [9.0]. The Weak Declension [9.1]. The Strong Declension [9.2].
  • 10. Pronouns Demonstrative Pronouns [10.1]. Relative Pronouns [10.2]. Personal Pronouns [10.3]. Indefinite Pronouns (and Numerals) [10.4].
  • 11. The Verb Introductory Remarks [11.0]. The Indicative [11.1]. The Subjunctive [11.2]. Non-finite Verbal Forms [11.3].
  • Word-Formation
  • 1. Composition Introductory Remarks [1.0]. Compound Nouns [1.1]. Compound Adjectives [1.2]. Compound Verbs [1.3]. Compound Pronouns [1.4]. Compound Numerals [1.5]. Compound Adverbs [1.6]. “Compound” Conjunctions [1.7]. Compound Prepositions [1.8].
  • 2. Prefixation Introductory [2.0]. a- [2.1]. ed- [2.2]. for- [2.3]. ge- [2.4]. un- [2.5].
  • 3. Suffixation Introductory Remarks [3.0]. Substantival Suffixes [3.1]. Adjectival Suffixes [3.2]. Formation of Adverbs [3.3]. Formation of Weak Verbs [3.4].
  • Syntax
  • 4. The Sentence: General Discussion Definitions [4.1]. Classification of Sentences and Clauses [4.2]. Parataxis (and Hypotaxis) [4.3].
  • 5. The Basic Elements of the Sentence Introductory [5.0]. The Subject [5.1]. The Verb [5.2]. The Direct Object [5.3]. The Indirect Object [5.4]. The Subject Complement [5.5]. The Object Complement [5.6]. Remarks upon the Predicate [5.7].