Monthly Archives: October 2013

Useful site full of worked English-language examples

Much of the literature on categorial grammar focuses on things that are difficult to handle in other frameworks and isn’t necessarily helpful if you want to find something simple. However, there are lots and lots of worked examples on the … Continue reading

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Three sorts of PP

Le means “with”, roughly, but if you want to say “with X”, there are three different ways of doing it. le Alasdair: “with Alasdair”. This is the form used before a noun phrase that doesn’t begin with a definite article. … Continue reading

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