GiU Topic 7 - Terminology

Lisza Neumeier
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Grammar in Use (Terminology) Flashcards on GiU Topic 7 - Terminology, created by Lisza Neumeier on 01/04/2017.

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Modality = semantic concept; expresses certain MEANING modal sentences= sentences that do not represent situations as facts, but as possible, necessary, probable, etc.
Central/Core modals
Peripheral/marginal/semi modals
peripheral modal: example 'need'
Periphrastic forms impressive - more impressive - most impressive (vs. Inflectional: big - bigger - biggest) when trisyllabic - eg. beautiful: periphrastic
Epistemic modality what? 4
Deontic (root) modality what? 4
Subjunctive Use the simple form of the verb. The simple form is the infinitive without the "to." The simple form of the verb "to go" is "go." The Subjunctive is only noticeable in certain forms and tenses. I suggest that he study. Is it essential that we be there? Don recommended that you join the committee.
Conditional clauses IF-Sentences 1,2 and 3
Interaction between speaker and hearer clause type
Form vs. use (clause type
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