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of or pertaining to grammar

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conforming to the rules of grammar or usage accepted by native speakers

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All that I am concerned with for the moment is that the grammatical forms "I think," "you think," and "Mr.
Having completed the grammatical horoscope of this matter, I answer up confidently and state in German that the bird is staying in the blacksmith shop "wegen (on account of) DEN Regen.
There is hardly a servant-maid in these days who is not better informed than Miss Nancy; yet she had the essential attributes of a lady--high veracity, delicate honour in her dealings, deference to others, and refined personal habits,--and lest these should not suffice to convince grammatical fair ones that her feelings can at all resemble theirs, I will add that she was slightly proud and exacting, and as constant in her affection towards a baseless opinion as towards an erring lover.
He who would imitate an ancient language with success, must attend rather to its grammatical character, turn of expression, and mode of arrangement, than labour to collect extraordinary and antiquated terms, which, as I have already averred, do not in ancient authors approach the number of words still in use, though perhaps somewhat altered in sense and spelling, in the proportion of one to ten.
His'n, miss," returned Charley, whose grammatical education was advancing, but not very rapidly.
Therefore I cannot be held responsible for the numerous grammatical blunders in it.
Another important aspect of syntactical awareness for reading and writing is the use of grammatical clues for the understanding of sentences and texts [17,18].
The aim of the project is to promote a new unprejudiced approach to the study of Syriac grammatical texts, developing a text-based methodology that could in principle be applied to the ancient grammars of any linguistic tradition.
The study examines the unusual phenomenon of lexicalization of verbal agreement in Mawng, looking at the use of grammatical gender to construct referents in discourse, to mediate selectional restrictions, and to produce new expressions in Mawng.
There's a big difference between sound combinations with shared meanings, such as warning or mating calls, and a grammatical language with words that can be combined in a multitude of ways to express all sorts of ideas, Bower says.
Keywords: english competence, F-Test, grammatical skills, descriptive research design, Philippines
DeCarrico as cited in Celce-Murcia under the title "syntactic collocation types" classifies collocations into two types; grammatical and lexical collocations.
Grammatical structures are important for foreign learners of Arabic since they help these learners to comprehend words, and to correctly pronounce and write them.
Grammar Without Grammaticality: Growth and Limits of Grammatical Precision
They found a clear, yet previously undetected, pattern of sounds and puffs of air, which consistently replaced grammatical words in many of the children's utterances.