Syntax in Functional Grammar
G. David Morley, 2000

Introduction

Part I The Linguistic Framework

Chapter 1. The Systemic Functional Framework

1.1 The Linguistic System

1.2 Context of Situation

1.3 Language Functions and the Semantic Stratum

1.4 The Systemic Orientation

Chapter 2. The Grammatical Framework

2.1 The Nature of the Lexciogrammar

2.2 Units and the Rank Scale

2.3 Sentence, Clause, Phrase, Word and Morpheme

2.4 Unit Complex and Complex Unit

Part II Class

Chapter 3. Word Class

3.1 Noun

3.2 Verb

3.3 Adjective

3.4 Adverb

3.5 Preposition

3.6 Conjunction

3.7 Interjection

3.8 Article

3.9 Pronoun

3.10 Determiner: A Functional Element

3.11 Labelling the Word Classes

Chapter 4. Phrase Class

4.1 Nominal Phrase

4.2 Verbal Phrase

4.3 Adjectival Phrase

4.4 Adverbial Phrase

4.5 Prepositional Phrase

4.6 Subordinator Phrase

4.7 Genetive Phrase

4.8 Labelling the Phrase Classes

Chapter 5. Clause Class

5.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses

5.2 Nominal Clause

5.3 Adjectival Clause

5.4 Adverbial Clause

5.5 Labelling the Clause Classes

Chapter 6. Sentence Class

6.1 Formal Types of Sentence

6.2 The Sentence as Clause Complex

6.3 Labelling the Sentence

Chapter 7. Formal Syntactic Analysis

Part III Structure

Chapter 8. Sentence Structure

8.1 Free and Bound Elements

8.2 Traditional Classification of Bound Elements

8.3 Comtemporary Classification of Free and Bound Elements

8.4 Integral and Supplementary Bound Elements

8.5 Functional Analysis of Sentence Structure

Chapter 9. Clause Structure

9.1 Subject

9.2 Predicator and Finite

9.3 Complement

9.4 Adjunct

9.5 Z Element

9.6 Functional Analysis of Clause Structure

Chapter 10. Elements of Clause Structure Revised

10.1 Determining the Elements of Clause Structure

10.2 Nominally Functioning Elements

10.21Subject

10.22 Object

10.23 Complement

10.3 Adjectivally Functioning Elements

10.4 Adbverbially Functioning Elements

10.41 Circumstantial Adverbials

10.42 Adjunct Adverbials

10.5 Predicator

10.6 Functional Analysis of Clause Structure Revised

Chapter 11. Phrase Structure

11.1 Nominal Phrase

11.11 Determiner

11.12 Modifier

11.13 Qualifier

11.2 Adjectival Phrase

11.3 Adverbial Phrase

11.4 Prepositional Phrase

11.5 Genetive Phrase

11.6 Verbal Phrase

11.7 Subordinator Phrase

11.8 Functional Analysis of Phrase Structure

Chapter 12. Word Structure

12.1 Morpheme, Morph and Allomorph

12.2 Word Structure

Chapter 13. Functional Syntactic Analysis

Part IV Complexity and Complementation

Chapter 14. Complexity (1)

14.1 Recursion

14.11 Linear and Embedded Recursion: The Traditional Analysis

14.12 Bound and Rankshifted Clauses Reviewed

14.2 Discontinuity

14.3 Phase

Chapter 15. Complexity (2)

15.1 Apposition

15.2 Thematic Focusing

15.21 Extraposition Construction

15.22 Predicated Theme/Cleft Construction

15.23 Pseudo-Cleft Construction

15.24 Existential 'there' Construction

15.3 Prepositional Passives

Chapter 16. More on Complementation

16.1 Verbal Phrase Complementation

16.2 Nominal Phrase Qualifiers and Complements

16.3 Adjectival Phrase Complementation

Chapter 17. Revised Functional Syntactic Analysis

17.1 Clause Structure Elements -- Default Modes Unmarked

17.2 Clause Structure Elements -- Predicator and Verbal Element

17.3 Phrase Structure -- Substructure Analysis

17.4 Phrase Structure -- Headword Analysis

17.5 Phrase Structure -- Phrasal Elements

17.6 Postscript


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