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204_week_13 - -Voice ± Active and passive voices ± Forms...

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April 9, 2009 LIN204H1S English Grammar Today’s goal: - Review - Notes on the final exam - Questions - Homework #4, returned at 2:30 April 9, 2009 Announcement Regrading submission deadlines. Assignments 3 and 4 - April 17 th April 9, 2009 We learned patterns in English. In particular: - English morphology - English syntax (and semantics) - English discourse April 9, 2009 We looked at variations and historical stages in English - Dialects - OE, ME, EModE, PDE April 9, 2009 We learned how we can represent sentence structure. In particular: - Tree diagrams (constituents and relation between them) - Reichenbachian (tenses) April 9, 2009 We looked at parts of speech, or syntactic categories - Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Determiners, Prepositions, Adverbs, Conjunctions - Morphology (inflectional, derivational) Inflectional system in the history of English language: OE ME EModE PDE richer poorer
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April 9, 2009 We looked at phrases (XPs) - NPs, VPs, PPs, AdjPs, AdvPs - Distributions - Functions - Semantic roles
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Unformatted text preview: -Voice ± Active and passive voices ± Forms and functions ± Semantic roles-Affirmative and negative-Mood ± Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative and Exclamative ± Relation between the mood and illocutionary force April 9, 2009 Sentences and clauses-Simple sentences-Coordination-Subordination Discourse structure-Theme/rheme-Information structure (old/new information)-Illocutionary force April 9, 2009 History of English Diachronic stages of Englsih-Old English-Middle English-Early Modern English-Present Day English Morphology and syntax We looked at the major characteristics of OE, ME, EModE and compared them with PDE. April 9, 2009 Final examination-April 23 (Thurs.), 9-11 am, EX200-Coverage – Everything discussed in the course-Format ± Multiple choice ± Short answer ± Representation-No aids are allowed (You’re not responsible for paradigm tables given in the lecture notes for OE and ME)...
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