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  • Authors: Hoang Van Van (2004)

  • This paper is concerned with the notion of the clause - arguably, one of the most important grammatical categories in the grammar of not only Vietnamese but any language. What is a clause and why is it considered important? In an attempt to answer this question. I propose first to discuss the centrality of the category ‘clause’ in general lexicogrammatical description. The arguments here will be supported by considering the concept in the grammar of English. The reason for adopting this strategy is that English is the language which has been the most extensively described in the systemic functional model. Having established, in general terms, the centrality of the category clause and...

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  • Authors: Hoang Van Van (2004)

  • This paper is concerned with the notion of the clause - arguably, one of the most important grammatical categories in the grammar of not only Vietnamese but any language. What is a clause and why is it considered important? In an attempt to answer this question. I propose first to discuss the centrality of the category ‘clause’ in general lexicogrammatical description. The arguments here will be supported by considering the concept in the grammar of English. The reason for adopting this strategy is that English is the language which has been the most extensively described in the systemic functional model. Having established, in general terms, the centrality of the category clause and...