Combinations of Predications
While predications (Chapters 4, 5) are like atomic particles in discourse, the combining of predications into larger units is like building molecules of (often very) complex structure from atoms. Thus, predications (usually as surface structure clauses) build into sentences, paragraphs, and ultimately discourses.
KeywordsSurface Structure Surrogate Action Lexical Item Universal Quantifier Sentence Type
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