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THEORETICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR




1. The problem of parts of speech in Modern English. Diagnostic criteria for the classification of parts of speech (logical-semantic, morphological, functional).

2. The noun: grammatical categories of number and case (morphological and syntactic approaches).

3. The verb: grammatical categories of tense, aspect, and mood.

4. The notion of opposition and its definition. Types of oppositions.

5. The problem of composite sentence. Complex sentence. Classifications of complex sentence.

6. The functional perspective theory as a method of studying the sentence and the text.

7. Fundamentals of the IC method. Syntagmatic relationships of words in the sentence: coordinate, subordinate, predicative.

 

1. The problem of parts of speech in Modern English. Diagnostic criteria the classification of for parts of speech (logical-semantic, morphological, functional).

Different classifications of parts of speech. The notion of main and secondary parts of speech.

 

2. The noun: grammatical categories of number and case (morphological and syntactic approaches).

Noun as a part of speech. Oppositions of number forms in Modern English. The problem of case in the English grammar (morphological and syntactic approaches).

 

3. The verb: grammatical categories of tense, aspect, and mood.

Verb as a part of speech. The grammatical category of tense: the oppositions of tense forms. The grammatical category of aspect: the oppositions of aspectual forms: continuous/non-continuous, perfect/non-perfect forms. Mood and modality: their correlation. Types of mood. The problem of imperative and indirect (subjunctive) moods.

4. The notion of opposition and its definition. Types of oppositions.

Privative, gradual and equipollent oppositions. Neutralization of opposition.

 

5. The problem of composite sentence. Complex sentence. Classifications of complex sentences.

The notion of complex sentence. The structure of complex sentence. Different classifications of complex sentence.

 

6. The functional perspective theory as a method of studying the sentence and the text.

Basic concepts: theme and rheme. Reduplicated theme and intensified (complicated) theme. Reduplicated rheme and intensified (complicated) theme.


 

7. Fundamentals of the IC method. Syntagmatic relationships of words in the sentence: coordinate, subordinate, predicative.

Coordinate type of syntagmatic relationships of words in the sentence. Subordinate relationships: a) the attributive subordinate relationship; b) the objective subordinate relationship; c) the adverbial subordinate relationship. The predicative relationship (primary and secondary predication).






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