Published January 1987
by John Benjamins Pub Co .
Written in English
Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Series IV: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory
|The Physical Object|
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Investigates those processes involved in the comprehension and production of language. It adopts the perspective that these processes involve the interaction of certain strategies with the knowledge of linguistic structures. The processing of complex sentences is one focus of the : Get this from a library! Strategies and structures: the processing of relative clauses. [Gary Dean Prideaux; William J Baker] -- In this monograph, the nature of processing strategies is explored in some detail, with an attempt to cut through the maze of often contradictory and confused proposals concerning the nature and form. Parsing Strategies in L1 and L2 Sentence Processing: A Study of Relative CLause Attachment in Greek. element for introducing relative clauses and that it is used more frequently than the. This chapter addresses the issue of relative clauses in languages where the relative clause appears before the constituent it modifies. The author reviews previous approaches to empty category processing, such as filler-gap models based on syntactic structures containing traces of movement. Gap-filler strategies are processing strategies derived from linguistic : Chien-Jer Charles Lin.
This paper examined the acquisition of English non-restrictive relative clauses (NRCs) by L1 Thai learners, focusing on avoidance strategies applied in the learners' interlanguage. Strategies and Structures: The processing of relative clauses Book 46 In this monograph, the nature of processing strategies is explored in some detail, with an attempt to cut through the maze of often contradictory and confused proposals concerning the nature and form of various strategies/5(8). leading processing strategies, helps to inform assessment and intervention activities. In this section, four sentence structures that readers might find difficult to comprehend are described: (a) sentences with passive verb construc-tions, (b) adverbial clauses with temporal and causal con-junctions, (c) center-embedded relative clauses, and (d). Strategies and Structures: The processing of relative clauses Book 46 In this monograph, the nature of processing strategies is explored in some detail, with an attempt to cut through the maze of often contradictory and confused proposals concerning the nature and form of various strategies/5(4).
Relative Clauses and Subject-drop in KSL Learners' Writing: Sentence Processing Approach* Sun-Young Lee (Sungkyunkwan University) Lee, Sun-Young. (). Relative clauses and subject-drop in KSL learners' writing. Language Research 41(2), This paper investigates acquisition of Korean relative clauses by KSLAuthor: Sun-Young Lee. Twenty patients with Parkinson disease (PD) and twenty normal control subjects (NC) matched on age, sex, education and socio-economic status (SES) were tested for comprehension of four types of relative clauses with complex thematic roles (syntax) and no semantic and pragmatic constraints (reversible) in a sentence-picture matching by: Relative structures in this paper refer to restrictives, but “restrictive” and “nonrestrictive” are distinguished in Section Relative structures in this paper don’t include structures with an appositive or noun-complement clause mentioned in Sag () and Dixon () like the fact/news that he met a girl yesterday. Chinese in. A teacher might explain the relative clause in a sentence such as "The girl who ran the marathon is my sister" by a. sentence combining. b. inferential processing. c. turning the two clauses into two sentences. d. asking the students for other examples.