grammaticalness


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grammaticalness

[grəˈmætɪkəlnɪs] Ngramaticalidad f
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sense of grammaticalness that we have for the sentences of our native
in the park) is peripheral to its associated verb, since it can be omitted without consequence to grammaticalness. In contrast, arguments (George, the dog) are obligatory relative to their predicate; argument omission results in ungrammaticality (1a-c).
At each point where a unit is completed (a word or a phrase or a clause), a large range of choice opens up and the only restraint is grammaticalness."
(45) We are indebted to John Wolff for correcting the early Visayan draft and ensuring the general grammaticalness of the passages.
"Such examples," Chomsky wrote in the 1957 book, "suggest that any search for a semantically-based definition of 'grammaticalness' will be futile."