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systemic grammar


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A grammar in which a set of categories and levels are used to account for the formal aspects of language. The three levels are FORM (grammar and lexis), SUBSTANCE (phonic and graphic material), and CONTENT (semantics). The four fundamental categories are UNIT (e.g. a sentence), STRUCTURE (the syntagmatic arrangement of patterns), CLASS, and SYSTEM.

Subjects: Computing — Linguistics.


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