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structuring of English auxiliaries a phrase structure grammar. by Anthony Warner

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Published by Indiana University Linguistics Club in Bloomington .
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A formal interlude: the grammar of English auxiliaries Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar Morphosyntactic features The lexical structuring of auxiliaries Auxiliary constructions Conclusion Distinguishing auxiliaries and verbs in early English Introduction auxiliaries but lexically specified in Modern English'. That is, a form like should is entered into the lexicon as an unanalysed unit, rather than as an inflectional variant of shall. The first part of the book is devoted to a detailed treatment of the grammar of . In English, verb forms are often classed as auxiliary on the basis of certain grammatical properties, particularly as regards their syntax. They also participate in subject–auxiliary inversion and negation by the simple addition of not after them. Certain auxiliaries have contracted forms, such as -'d for had or would and -'ll for will or shall. English - Auxiliaries. am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, have, has, had are called Primary Auxiliaries.. Will, shall, would, should, can, could, may, might, ought to, must, need are called Modal Auxiliaries.. The Primary Auxiliaries can be used as helping verbs as well as principal verbs.. The Modal Auxiliaries are always used as helping verbs. In other words they cannot be .

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