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the order of words in a text

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But the latter is obviously employed to preserve the tone of the Italian "Gentil mia donna" again by slightly altering word order.
Such a connection between syntax and intonation would help to explain how babies unravel word order from the continuous streams of sound that they hear, with changes in intonation acting as cues to grammar, she said.
The motivation for such a distinction comes from certain word order patterns observed in PDE clauses which are often regarded as subordinate and which appear in the so-called "assertive contexts" and in so that-clauses expressing result (both exhibit a typically main clause phenomenon, i.
The relation between word order and focus is such that wide focus depends upon basic word order.
Analyses indicated improvement across the school year in three motor and four cognitive measures: visual motor integration, hopping-right foot, finger control, "magic window," word order, matrix analogies, and spatial memory.
Chomarat shows that, after a period of some poetic glory, Marullus's works have lapsed into oblivion, perhaps due to "the difficulties of Marullus's Latin and to a word order even freer than that of Horace's Odes" (7).
On the first topic of how free Sanskrit word order is, the works cited agree that Sanskrit is a configurational language, i.
It's said to be an enhanced version of "WIPO Translate," which is reportedly capable of adjusting the word order to make the translation results more like English.
Kairos Communications Ltd - owned by the Maynooth-based Society of the Divine Word order - is the largest independent contributor of religious programming to the national broadcaster.
Organized in English word order, each word is spelled and its proper part of speech is clearly identified.
Chapter 1: Nouns, action verbs, word order, transitive sentences, and diagrams
Schemes (the rearrangement of the expected word order) include balance, unusual or inverted word order, omission, and repetition.
Most of the tweaks are minor alterations in word order and word choice; no changes were made simply to "improve the text".
leading scholars in the field offer new explanations for the evolution of: the meaning of 'sin,' repeated words/phrases in the Cairo Genizah parallel to the Qumran text, shifts in word order, and other linguistic innovations.