English Grammar Week 2
English Grammar Week 2 E360K
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Class Notes Week 2 Every sentence has subject and verb can have compound object Compound sentence coordination of 2 separate clauses Coordinators For And NeitherNor But Or Yet So Subject is noun phrase predicate is action direct object Predicative complement something is being said about subject uses linking verb to link subject to object ex to be Subordinator links subject clause to main clause Category without context noun Function with context subject or object Determiner part of speech word Determinative thesomethese Ain t exists everywhere in English Dialects described at different levels orthography spelling morphology lexis vocab syntax sentence formation phoneticsphonology pronunciation Standard informal standard l nonstandardvernacular locally speci c William Labovis study of phonetic variation in New York City department stores 1966 gt Focus on whether r s were pronounced with New York accent gt Got 4 versions of the phrase quot4th oorquot from each person gt Lower class middle class and upper class stores gt Pronunciation varied at each store r s deleted mostly in lower class store VVVVVVV
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