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Individual Work ¹ 1

Theoretical Grammar: Problems of linguistic analysis.

Study the following questions:

 

1. Methods of linguistic analysis.

1.1. Oppositional analysis.

1.2. Distributional analysis.

1.3. IC analysis.

1.4. Transformational analysis.

 

 

Recommended Literature:

1. Starikova O.M., Alova N.P. Seminars in Theoretical Grammar. – K. – 1980., p.7-16.

 

 

Themes for writing academic reports (essays):

 

1. History of English grammars. English grammars before 1900 (the first period): early (prenormative grammars), prescriptive grammars, classical scientific grammar.

2. History of English grammars. English grammars in the 20th century (the second period): prescriptive grammars in Modern Period, classical scientific English grammar in the Modern Period, Structural and transformational grammars.

 

 

Individual Work ¹ 2

Language units. Syntagmatics and paradigmatics.

 

Study the following questions:

1. Segmental and supra-segmental units of the language.

2. Syntagmatic and paradigmatic aspects of the language.

3. Valency of linguistic units, their combinability.

 

 

Recommended literature:

1. M.Y. Blokh. A Course in Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 11-19.

2. E. J. Morokhovskaya. Fundamentals of Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 22-44.

 

Themes for writing academic reports (essays):

 

1. Syntagmatic and paradigmatic relations of linguistic units.

 

 

Individual Work ¹ 3

Linguistic dichotomies

Study the following questions:

 

1. Dichotomy “language – speech” in the Saussure's theory of the language.

2. Dichotomy “synchrony-diachrony” in grammatical studies.

 

Recommended literature:

1. B. Ilyish. The Structure of Modern English, p. 6-7.

2. M. Y. Blokh. A Course in Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 11-13.

 

 

Themes for writing academic reports (essays):

1. The Saussure’s contribution into the development of theory of linguistics.

2. The antithesis of language and speech.

 

 

Individual Work ¹ 4

Morphology. Word as the main nominative unit of the language.

 

Study the following questions:

 

1. Word as the main nominative unit of the language, its main characteristics.

2. The problem of notional and function words.

 

 

Recommended literature:

1. B. Ilyish. The structure of modern English, p.p.34-35, 10-11.

2. E. J. Morokhovskaya . Fundamentals of Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 46-56.

 

 

Themes for writing academic reports (essays):

1. Morphemic structure of the word.

 

 

Individual work ¹ 5

Grammatical Category. Parts of Speech.

 

Study the following questions:

1. Syntactico-distributional theory of parts of speech by Ch. Fries.

2. Nature of grammatical categories (referential and significational categories).



3. Problem of notional and functional parts of speech.

 

Recommended literature:

1. L.L. Iofik, L. P. Chakhoyan. Readings in the Theory of English Grammar, p.p. 49-53.

2. E. J. Morokhovskaya. Fundamentals of Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 106-112.

3. M.Y. Blokh. A Course in Theoretical English Grammar, p.p. 37-49.

 

 

Themes for writing academic reports (essays):

1. Lexico-grammatical classes of words.

 

Individual Work ¹ 6


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