word class

NOUN
  1. one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context
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How To Use word class In A Sentence

  • Especially during the heyday of Bloomfieldian structuralism, linguists were scathing of conceptual definitions of word classes.
  • How can we automatically tag each word of a text with its word class?
  • To assign a word to a particular word class - to say of a word that it is a noun, verb, or whatever - is to claim that the word instantiates the schematically characterized word class.
  • Specifically, if the capitalization of the initial letter of nouns serves as a cue for word class, it should affect structural extraction and thereby the missing-letter effect.
  • Cognitive grammar has adoptedapproach to word classes from that of traditional grammar or structural linguistics.
  • This administration has personified the word classless from day one. "Na Na Na Na/Na Na Na Na/Hey Hey Hey/Good-bye."
  • In order to explicitly represent the vowelized word forms, each non-vowelized word entry is considered as a word class regrouping all of its associated vowelized forms.
  • Every word valuable, every word classic, incisive paragraphs, chapters exquisite, beautiful Yiziqianjin lin, ringing, sharp pen of the document took dreams Think Progress » Tea Partiers Get Their News From Fox And Are More Likely To Justify Violence Against The Government
  • Again, in accordance with the structural account, it seems that the correct use of the lowercase d as initial letter in articles, even if it is enlarged, is diagnostic of word class.
  • 181 The word classically means the cypress or the juniper-tree: in Jeremiah, where it occurs twice (xvii. 6 and xlviii. 6), the Authorized Version renders it by The Land of Midian
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