Inflectional Morphology in Functional Grammar: Place and Function
We have presented in a previous article (cf. Dirassat n ° 8) the different mechanisms of derivative morphology. This, we have shown, is supported by the predicate formation rules which not only operate at the fund level but also produce structures: synthetic and analytical. The rules of expression (RE) Cl), for their part represent the processes that convert the underlying clause structure (SSJC) into a constituent structure (SC). This type of rule is responsible for the introduction of the different linguistic means, among others the affixes, the auxiliary verbs, the particles, the order of the constituents, the prosodic contour and other abstract elements of the SSJC.
"La Morphologie flexionnelle en grammaire fonctionnelle: place et fonction,"
Dirassat: Vol. 9, Article 19.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/dirassat/vol9/iss9/19