Working within the framework of Distributed Morphology, they assume the structure shown in (5) for a nominalization
by means of the suffix -er.
It describes the cultural and historical context; phonology; the morphology of nouns, adjectives, and pronouns; the noun phrase; verbs; grammatical relations and transitivity; tense, aspect, and person in finite verbs; mood and modality; questions; negation; adverbial words; subordinate clauses; clause chaining and clause combining; nominalization
; relative clauses; speech reports and complement clauses; and discourse organization.
This is nominalization
, the transfer of an action to a state of being.
Takanobu Takahashi addresses the Tamil verb kol 'kill' in an agricultural context, most prominently in the nominalization
kollai, a difficult term that he argues should be understood as 'killed land': land made suitable for cultivation through tree-felling and slash-and-burn clearing.
This research aims to reveal that the use of grammatical structures such as metaphors, nominalization
, passivization and Ideational Grammatical Metaphor in a political discourse has a specific purpose, which is twofold in nature.
"The Language of Critical Discourse Analysis: The Case of Nominalization
", Discourse & Society, Vol.
Known as one of the offshoots of SFL, a powerful resource that accounts for creating grammatical metaphor (Halliday, 2004), the prototypical example of grammatical metaphor (Briones, Fortuny & Pocovi, 2003), and a distinctive linguistic characteristic of academic writing, nominalization
has garnered the attention of researchers interested in this area of inquiry (e.g., Baratta, 2010; Charles, 2003; Gao, 2008; Guillen Galve, 1998; Halliday & Martin, 1993; Hartnett, 2004; Hyland, 2006a).
is less frequent in the Integrated Writing Rubrics, but the same pattern is present: nominalization
is a syntactic feature that more closely correlates with lower scores.
Linguistic strategies involved in their formation were derived from nominalization
, compounding and phonaesthetic coinages.
There are various means of impersonal presentation in English, such as agentless passive, nominalization
, ed-participle, resultative, impersonal pronouns, inchoative, infinitive clauses, existentials, metonymy, etc.
Incongruent and proud: De-vilifying 'nominalization