He claims in the end that transformational analysis can describe "a wide variety of That's the story of Syntactic Structures: course notes for undergraduate science students published by accident in Europe.
At this higher level, the two items can be clearly shown having two different structural interpretations. Voegelin wrote that Syntactic Structures posed a fundamental challenge to the established way of doing linguistic research.
For example, one sentence was taken from The Good Earth: All through the late spring and early summer the water rose and at last it lay like a great sea, lovely and idle, mirror- ing cloud and moon and willows and bamboos whose trunks were submerged.
Give the students models of relative clause trans. Two assumptions are made in developing these plans.
Many times students fail to give good answers to examination questions in sci- ence or history, because they are unable to coordinate the materials at their ctnn- mand into sentences which clearly dem- onstrate the relations between the differ- ent factors.