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    Eugene O. Winter
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This study, first published in 1982, attempts to show that the foundations of a contextual grammar of English must be firmly based on an adequate definition of the sentence.

foundations of a contextual grammar of English must be firmly based on an adequate definition of the sentence

This study, first published in 1982, attempts to show that the foundations of a contextual grammar of English must be firmly based on an adequate definition of the sentence. This study, first published in 1982, attempts to show that the foundations of a contextual grammar of English must be firmly based on an adequate definition of the sentence.

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The Clause and Its Place in the Definition of Sentence.

From the linguistic point of view we would perceive discourse to be a dynamic and changing phenomenon, profoundly rooted in its nonverbal context.

Clause is a part of sentence. Some examples are as under:- Tell me who left his book on the table. I shall tell whoever will listen to my interesting story. Types of clauses are: 1) Independent(Main) Clause, 2)Dependent(Subordinate) Clause, 3) Relative(Adjective) Clause, 4) Noun Clause. A relative clause starts with the relative pronoun at the start of the clause like who, which, whose etc. To make a distinction between an antecedent that is a human who(m) and an antecedent which is a non-human which. Following will make it clear further. Whoever is the last one to leave turns off the lights.

To arrive at the comprehensive definition of the sentence, its specific parameters should be determined and properly . Fillmore, in the framework of Case Grammar, the term case identifies ‘the underlying syntactic-semantic relationship’.

To arrive at the comprehensive definition of the sentence, its specific parameters should be determined and properly described. As a linguistic entity, the sentence has its structural, meaningful, and communicative sides. These sides are realized in four dimensions: (1) syntactic structure or formal structure, (2) syntactic semantics, (3) communicative value, and (4) nominative or denotational aspect of the sentence. The sentence is a structural or formal unit.