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A glossary of English grammar.


A glossary of English grammar.

Leech, Geoffrey.

Edinburgh U. Press


113 pages




From "abstract noun" to "zero relative pronoun," Leech (emeritus, English Linguistics, Lancaster U.) offers definitions and explanations of the terminology of English grammar in this cross- referenced glossary. The selected terms have been taken from the Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language, of which Leech was a coauthor. Distributed in the US by Columbia U. Press.

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