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Further, the objects of perception are for Whorf a product not only of sensation, but of the action of grammatical categories as well; that of which the mind is ultimately aware would be the end product of the action of the grammatical categories, memories, and all associations which act upon the subjective datum.
The structural scope of the grammatical categories in question is then reduced by degrees.
As is the case with other grammatical categories in language like tense, number, gender, proximity, animacy, etc.
In accord with the methods outlined above, the study of the verbal system proceeds from the systematic collection of attestations (II [section][section]5-39), which are organized first according to grammatical categories or forms (iparras, etc.
The verb forms are listed according to the grammatical categories of person.
Beyond these restrictions, however, the majority of idioms undergo a great deal of change which is effected through the manipulation of certain grammatical categories such as tense, number and aspect, the adjectival inflection; by internal modification (the addition of adjectives or adverbs) or by the application of certain transformations like passivization, nominalization and negation.
This amalgamation of the categories finite/ nonfinite with the distinction of the word classes noun and verb, that is, the mixing of syntactic-semantic criteria with formal-morphological ones, goes back to the Stoa, that is, the philospohical project of deriving grammatical categories from the logical analysis of "judgement" (the structure of the proposition).
OUR RELIANCE ON THE GRAMMATICAL TRADITIONS such as the one formulated in Panini's Astadhyayi often leads us to assume that grammatical categories are fully defined and are beyond confusion.
This collection of articles examines the ways in which signed and spoken compare, including in iconicity, arbitrariness, linearity and simultaneity of the signifiers, as in the highly iconic structures of French Sign Language; units and levels of analysis, as in sign language phonology, linguistic units in signed and verbal languages, and routes from gestures to language; grammatical categories and lexical semantics, as in the expression of grammatical categories in signed languages; and in text cohesion divides, as in the deep relation between deixis and anaphora and in how a person is referenced in sign language.
a relatively high amount of grammatical categories and structures equipped with either specific grammatical sense or a number of meanings that a user may choose from, and 3.
They argue that the grammatical categories of the respective target language, acquired during the course of first-language acquisition, induce language-specific principles of information organization, which operate at the level of the conceptualizer.
The starting point for the transition to two distinct grammatical categories was basically the imperative, as suggested by form, meaning, and historical development.
It is systematically organized, covering the basic structures of the language, grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences.
As a case study in grammaticalization theory, it shows how methods and concepts from this framework can be usefully applied to the synchronic description of a linguistic subsystem, especially to the gray areas between grammatical categories.
these are labelled traditionally as grammatical categories, i.