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transformational grammar

Saltos de línea: trans¦form|ation¦al gram|mar

Definición de transformational grammar en inglés:

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[mass noun] Linguistics
A type of grammar which describes a language in terms of transformations applied to an underlying logical deep structure in order to generate the surface structure of sentences which can actually occur. See also generative grammar.
Example sentences
  • Chomsky originated such concepts as transformational-generative grammar, transformational grammar, and generative grammar.
  • The measure of ‘idea density’ is footnoted to a 1973 paper influenced by early transformational grammar: Kintsch, W. & J. Keenan.
  • In this paper we cast the long-standing debate in transformational grammar over movement derivations vs. well-formedness conditions on chains in a new light.

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