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|NOUN PHRASES SECOND EDITION A SET OF COMPREHENSISIVE FACTS AND SOME THEORITICAL TENDENCIES|
|Kolasi:||xvi,104 hlm. ; ilus. ; 25 cm|
This simple research-based book on English noun phrases is trying to answer problems or confusions around the phrases and is highlighting linguistic corpora like houses downtown, downtown houses, and expensive houses downtown, or others with indefinite pronouns like something important, somebody special, and someone new. Something nice or nice something? is among problems in this book. Complications happen when we
are dealing with a long noun phrase like All the unhappy desert tribesmen in the tent who were playing poker: Strange linguistic behaviors like the-ten-year-old children and a four-legged animal are also taken into account, and others like the poor, the weak, the bold, the beautiful, the Indonesian open - noun phrases without headwords - are also researched and accounted for.
This book is necessary as well as helpful for college students, English teachers, book authors, tour guides or office liaisons, descriptive linguists, and even English native speakers learning Indonesian, since Indonesian equivalents are employed and elaborated in the discussions.
|Pratinjau Google:||Tidak ada|
|Nomor Rak:||420 - N|
|Nomor Panggil:||420.5 Jum N|