This volume is an introduction to the linguistic structure of the French language. It looks at how the language is structured and varies depending on gender, medium, register, age, etc. It contains coverage of important topics in phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexis.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : PART 1: PRELIMIARIES1. French standards and variation2. Introduction to the description of French: definitions and metalanguage3. Approaches and schools4. Choice of topics and approachesPART 2: ISSUES1. Word-final consonants2. Nasal vowels3. Schwa: a maverick vowel4. Verb morphology: conjugation classes and the definition of regularity5. Aspect in French6. Past tenses: complex and changing relationships7. Mood and modality: the French subjunctive8. Pronominal verbs9. Declarative word order: French as an SVO language10. Relations between clauses: subordination, coordination, parataxis11. Negation12. Neologisms: internal versus external factors13. 'Internal' processes of word creation in FrenchReferencesIndex of conceptsIndex of names
- Data Publicarii : 29 Dec 2000
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 432
- ISBN : 9780582293465