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Table Of Contents

1.1.1 ' Newspaper English' and 'style'
1.1.2 A corpus-based study
1.1.3 A descriptive study
1.1.4 A selective study
1.1.5 Structure of the thesis
1.2 Background Studies
1.3 The pilot study
1.3.1 The Data
1.3.2 Computer entry, storage and retrieval
1.3.3 Choice of features to be coded
1.3.4 Practical problems of coding
1.3.5 Problems of formal categories
1.3.6 Enquiries from the data - numerical
1.3.7 Enquiries from the data - exploratory
1.3.8 The environment of copula BE
1.3.10 Verb phrases in sequence
1.4 Literature
1.4.1 Corpus linguistics
1.4.2 Syntax and semantics
1.4.3 Categorial Indeterminacy
1.4.6 Borderlines: full/auxiliary verbs
1.5 The main database
1.5.1 Data collected and coded
1.5.2 Features coded
2.1 Description of the whole database
2.1.1 Main verbs and the copula 'BE'
2.1.2 Finiteness
2.1.3 Verb phrase types
2.1.4 Passive verb phrases
2.1.5 Verb phrase sequences
2.1.6 Clause types and functions
2.1.7 Subiect type
2.1.8 Agent type
2.1.9 Sublects and agents - form
2.2 Comparative description by text-type
2.3 Comparative description by newspaper
2.3.1 The copula 'BE'
2.3.2 Modal auxiliaries
2.3.3 Passive verb phrases
2.3.4 Verb phrase sequences
2.3.5 Subordinate clauses
2.3.6 Subject type
2.3.7 Subject form
3.1 Types of following context
3.2.1 The problem
3.2.2 The investigation
3.2.4 Negation and number
3.2.5 Anaphora
3.3 Conclusions about NP sublects and NP complements
4.1 Decisions arising from the pilot study
4.2 Method of investigation
4.3 Results and analysis
4.5 The adjective/participle borderline - summary
5.1 Verb phrases in sequence - a problem of description
5.2 Sequential verb phrases and other features
5.3 The grammatical status of sequential verbs
5.4 Restricted class of non-final VPs in sequences
5.6 The ordering of longer sequences
6.1 Aims of the thesis
6.2 Results of the thesis
6.2.1 The style of newspaper English
6.3 Insights into problems of description
6.3.1 The subject/complement overlap
6.3.3 The problem of sequential verbs
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Stylistic Analysis of Newspaper 43715

Stylistic Analysis of Newspaper 43715

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