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Cognitive English Grammar (Cognitive Linguistics in Practice)

Gunter Radden

Cognitive English Grammar (Cognitive Linguistics in Practice)

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Published by John Benjamins Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9381463M
    ISBN 101556196644
    ISBN 109781556196645

    Part III describes situations as temporal units of various layers: internally, as types of situations; and externally, as located relative to the time of speech and grounded in reality or potentiality. The book is divided into 27 units, each of which covers an important grammar topic. The notions of motivation and meaningfulness are central to the approach adopted in the book. Soler Gallego, Silvia There are also appendices at the back of the book on how to give directions, the different meanings of the verb to get, confusing verbs, punctuation, differences between British and American English and irregular verbs.

    The impact of textual enhancement on EFL learners' grammatical awareness of future plans and intentions. The grammar of a language is usage-based in that it provides speakers with a variety of structural options to present their view of a given scene. Moving along paths in space and time. Reviews "The amount of data and the wealth of analyses presented is impressive. The notions of motivation and meaningfulness are central to the approach adopted in the book. Brenda, Maria

    Park, Chongwon Newby, David Poehner, Matthew E. Inhalt Cognitive operations in thought and language


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Cognitive English Grammar book

Schulze, Rainer Franceschi, Daniele Part I presents the cognitive framework: conceptual and linguistic categories, their combination in situations, the cognitive operations applied to them, and the organisation of conceptual structures into linguistic constructions.

Part III describes situations as temporal units of various layers: internally, as types of situations; and externally, as located relative to the time of speech and grounded in reality or potentiality. Nevertheless, the claims and descriptions of Cognitive Grammar are all supported by specifically linguistic considerations.

Th e notions of motivation and meaningfulness are central to the approach adopted in the book. Thanks to these maps and graphs, learners can organize lots of information into a form that is easily understood and they can visualize connections within the information.

Readers could have hard time to find the underlying logic of the order of the table of contents. The grammar and semantics of near. The grammar of a language is usage-based in that it provides speakers with a variety of structural options to present their view of a given scene.

The grammar of a language represents the whole of a native speaker's knowledge of both the lexical categories and the grammatical structures of her language. The main goal of using these maps is to identify the key concepts of the most common English grammar rules and represent them in such a way so as to be more easily understood and remembered.

I have used the book in my classes and it works. Figurative and non-figurative motion in the expression of result in English. Reviews "The amount of data and the wealth of analyses presented is impressive.

Its two chapters are devoted to event schemas and space and metaphorical extensions of space. CogniTextes Brenda, Maria However, due to such a narrative style, the text is unnecessarily wordy.

In four major parts comprising 12 chapters, Cognitive English Grammar integrates recent cognitive approaches into one coherent model, allowing the analysis of the most central constructions of English. Hounhouayenou-Toffa, Ernest Reference-point and blending in Korean non-nominative subject constructions.

Despite its purpose as a student textbook, it is extremely comprehensive, with a lot of detail and classifications which are very clearly presented with the help of tables, diagrams and summaries.

English Grammar: A University Course

The use of heaps as quantifier and intensifier in New Zealand English. Antonio Barcelona The biggest asset of this book is that up to now, it is the most comprehensive account of English grammar from a cognitive-linguistic perspective.

A quantifier used onmanyoccasions:Manyevoking diversity in positive sentences. Abstract Cognitive English Grammar is designed to be used as a textbook in courses of English and general linguistics.

The tables that the textbook uses are well placed at the right positions. Part I presents the cognitive framework: conceptual and linguistic categories, their combination in situations, the cognitive operations applied to them, and the organisation of conceptual structures into linguistic constructions.

Therefore, argues Bernd Heine in these pages, the question of why language is structured the way it is must first of all be answered with reference to this function. Concept maps are graphical tools for organising and representing information and knowledge and they are represented in a hierarchical structure.Broadly based on Hallidayan systemic-functional grammar but also drawing on cognitive linguistics and discourse analysis, English Grammar is accessible, avoiding overly theoretical or technical explanations.

Divided into 12 self-contained chapters based around language functions, each chapter is divided into units of class-length material. English wanting to understand some of the whys behind English constructions, and for linguistics students who are new to the cognitive approach.

This book is a good place for a reader to start before moving on to Langacker’s books, which explain many of the basic theoretical concepts and the cognitive approach to language.

Feb 04,  · This book fills a longstanding need for a basic introduction to Cognitive Grammar that is current, authoritative, comprehensive, and approachable.

It presents a synthesis that draws together and refines the descriptive and theoretical notions developed in this framework over the course of three decades. In a unified manner, it accommodates both the conceptual and the social-interactive basis.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Cognitive Grammar (CG) refers to the theory of language articulated most comprehensively in Langacker (, ), two mutually dependent volumes which are best read together.

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Jul 01,  · It introduces the reader to cognitive linguistic theory and shows that Cognitive Grammar helps us to gain a better understanding of the grammar of English.

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