By C. E. Eckersley
Книга A Concise English Grammar For overseas scholars A Concise English Grammar For international scholars Книги Иностранные языки Автор: C. E Eckersley Год издания: 1959 Формат: pdf Издат.:Longmans Страниц: 149 Размер: 13,9 ISBN: B0007J1G4S Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:In this publication an try out has been made to offer concisely all of the crucial of english grammar.
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D. % HIMSELF was what Harriet compared to Arthur. e. % HIMSELF was what was compared by Harriet to Arthur. 14 14. Complex Shift and Right Node Raising constructions probably have some salvageability features. The former yields patterns like: (i) a. I believe to have described herself to Arthur in great detail [that nurse]. b. *I believe to have described that nurse to Arthur in great detail HERSELF. I believe that nurse to have described to himself in great detail [the man she loved] d. %I believe that nurse to have described to [the man she loved] in great detail HIMSELF.
Postal and John Robert Ross (47) a. *Herself was praised by Jane. b. % It was HERSELF that was praised by Jane. c. Herself and ONLY herself was praised by Jane. (48) a. *Herself appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. b. % It was HERSELF that appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. c. Herself and ONLY herself appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. (49) a. *Herself was interesting to Ruth. b. % It was HERSELF that was interesting to Ruth. c. Herself and ONLY herself was interesting to Ruth.
They convinced her1 that the professor respected every foreign student1. 30 (66) Every professor’s1 neighbor respects her1. More directly relevant to the present inquiry are cases like (67) and (68): (67) a. Every professor1 praised his1 relatives. b. *His1 relatives praised every professor1. c. His1 relatives were praised by every professor1. (68) a. They described every professor1 to his1 neighbors. b. They described his1 neighbors to every professor1. 30. One proposed solution to such problems is to claim, as in Hornstein (1995: 26–27), that quantifier expressions are extracted at a level of Logical Form and that the c‑command condition holds at that level.
A Concise English Grammar For Foreign Students by C. E. Eckersley