This page was last edited on 13 November 2017, at 04:39. From his the functional analysis of english pdf in China, he lists Luo Changpei and Wang Li as two scholars from whom he gained “new and exciting insights into language”. He credits Luo for giving him a diachronic perspective and insights into a non-Indo-European language family.
From Wang Li he learnt “many things, including research methods in dialectology, the semantic basis of grammar, and the history of linguistics in China”. Some interrelated key terms underpin Halliday’s approach to grammar, which forms part of his account of how language works. Another key term is lexicogrammar. In this view, grammar and lexis are two ends of the same continuum.
Analysis of the grammar is taken from a trinocular perspective, meaning from three different levels. This grammar gives emphasis to the view from above. For Halliday, grammar is described as systems not as rules, on the basis that every grammatical structure involves a choice from a describable set of options. Halliday describes grammatical systems as closed, i.
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