grammar

listen to the pronunciation of grammar
İngilizce - Türkçe
grammer
gramer kitabı

Benim bir gramer kitabım var. - I have a grammar book.

dilbilgisi

Fransızcanın dilbilgisinin zor olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think that French grammar is difficult.

Fransızca dilbilgisinden sıkıntı çekiyorum. - I'm having a hard time with French grammar.

{i} gramer açısından ifade
{i} gramer kuralları
{i} temel prensipler
{i} gramer

Öğrendiniz gramerini Yoda'nın. - Yoda's grammar learned you have.

Ben bu kafa karıştırıcı gramer sorusunu anlamıyorum. - I don't understand this confusing grammar question.

dilbilgisi kitabı
sarf
grammar school
gramer okulu
grammar school
orta dereceli okul
grammar checker
Dil Bilgisi Denetçisi
grammar checker
Dil Bilgisi Kılavuzu
grammar ignore
(Bilgisayar) dilbilgisi yoksay
grammar school
ilköğretim okulu [amer.]
grammar school
orta öğretim okulu [brit.]
grammar school
İng. (öğrencileri üniversiteye hazırlayan) lise
grammar school
ilköğretim okulu
cognitive grammar
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilişsel gramer
comparative grammar
karşılaştırmalı gramer
dependency grammar
bağımlı gramer
dependency grammar
(Dilbilim) bağımsal dilbilgisi
case grammar
durum dilbilgisi
comparative grammar
karşılaştırmalı dilbilgisi
descriptive grammar
betimsel dilbilgisi
descriptive grammar
tasviri gramer
formal grammar
biçimsel dilbilgisi
general grammar
genel dilbilgisi
generative grammar
öndürücü dilbilgisi
grammarian
gramer uzmanı
transformational grammar
dönüşümsel dilbilgisi
comparative grammar
karşılaştırmalı gramer, karşılaştırmalı dilbilgisi
dependency grammar
bagimsal dilbilgisi
generative grammar
üretimsel dilbilgisi
generative grammar
üretici dilbilgisi
mood which has to do with a verb form (grammar)
bir fiil formu (dilbilgisi ilgisi var mood)
order of tenses (grammar)
zamanlar sırasına (dilbilgisi)
prescriptive grammar
kuralcı dilbilgisi
transformational grammar
dönüsümsel dilbilgisi
artificial grammar
(Dilbilim) yapay gramer
computer grammar
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar grameri
deep grammar
(Dilbilim) derin yapı bilgisi
descriptive grammar
(Dilbilim) betimlemeli dil bilgisi
descriptive grammar
(Dilbilim) betimlemeli dilbilgisi
finite state grammar
(Dilbilim) sonlu dilbilgisi
generative grammar
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) üretici dilbilgisi (chomsky)
grammarian
gramerci
grammarian
{i} dilbilgisi uzmanı
grammarian
dilbilgisi kitabı yazarı
grammarian
dilbilgisi uzman
historical grammar
(Dilbilim) tarihsel dilbilgisi
interim grammar
(Dilbilim) ara dilbilgisi
normative grammar
(Dilbilim) kuralcı dilbilgisi
pivot grammar
(Dilbilim) eksen dilbilgisi
proscriptive grammar
(Dilbilim) kuralcı dilbilgisi
remedial grammar
(Dilbilim) düzeltmeci dilbilgisi
systemic grammar
(Dilbilim) dizgeci dilbilgisi
theoretical grammar
(Dilbilim) kuramsal dilbilgisi
traditional grammar
(Dilbilim) geleneksel dilbilgisi
transformative grammar
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) dönüşümsel dilbilgisi [chomsky]
İngilizce - İngilizce
A formal system defining a formal language
A book describing the rules of grammar of a language
A system of rules and principles for speaking and writing a language
A formal system specifying the syntax of a language
The study of the internal structure of words (morphology) and the use of words in the construction of phrases and sentences (syntax)
a textbook
{n} the science of writing correctly
{i} study of the structure of a language
the study of how linguistic units combine to form sentences; also, the system of rules implicit in a language
treatise on the elements or principles of any science; as, a grammar of geography
A formal definition of the syntactic structure of a language (see syntax), normally given in terms of production rules which specify the order of constituents and their sub-constituents in a sentence (a well-formed string in the language)
A grammar is a mathematical system for defining a language, as well as a device for giving the sentences in the language a useful structure
A BNF for the allowed values for a String slot type
The formal rules for syntax Describes the set of legal sentences
A particular grammar is a particular theory that is intended to explain the rules of a language. Transformational grammars are more restrictive. Rules of a language governing its phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; also, a written summary of such rules. The first Europeans to write grammar texts were the Greeks, notably the Alexandrians of the lst century BC. The Romans applied the Greek grammatical system to Latin. The works of the Latin grammarians Donatus (4th century AD) and Priscian (6th century) were widely used to teach grammar in medieval Europe. By 1700, grammars of 61 vernacular languages had been printed. These were mainly used for teaching and were intended to reform or standardize language. In the 19th-20th centuries linguists began studying languages to trace their evolution rather than to prescribe correct usage. Descriptive linguists (see Ferdinand de Saussure) studied spoken language by collecting and analyzing sample sentences. Transformational grammarians (see Noam Chomsky) examined the underlying structure of language (see generative grammar). The older approach to grammar as a body of rules needed to speak and write correctly is still the basis of primary and secondary language education
the term is generally used to include syntax and morphology but may also be used in a wider sense to include rules of phonology and semantics A grammar is a collection of linguistic rules which define a language
A treatise on the principles of language; a book containing the principles and rules for correctness in speaking or writing
Traditionally, a grammar is a set of productions which taken together specify precisely a set of acceptable input sequences in terms of an abstract set of terminal tokens The set of acceptable input sequences is often called the "language" defined by the grammar In AnaGram, the term grammar also includes configuration segments, definitions of character sets, virtual productions, etc that augment the collection of productions A grammar is often called a "syntax", and the rules of the grammar are often called syntactic rules
the study of language in terms of regular patterns that relate to the functions and relationships of words in a sentence, extending as broadly as the level of discourse and as narrowly as the pronunciation and meaning of individual words
studies of the formation of basic linguistic units
the study of sentence structure, especially with reference to syntax and semantics
The art of speaking or writing with correctness or according to established usage; speech considered with regard to the rules of a grammar
the study of language in terms of regular patterns that relate to the functions and relationships of words in a sentence - extending as broadly as the level of discourse and as narrowly as the pronunciation and meaning of individual words
A set of words and phrases that can be recognized by an engine A grammar object is an OLE COM object that an application uses to control how an engine uses the grammar to recognize speech
Someone's grammar is the way in which they obey or do not obey the rules of grammar when they write or speak. His vocabulary was sound and his grammar excellent. a deterioration in spelling and grammar among teenagers
The system of words, inflections, syntax, usage, etc of a particular language or language in general Grammar as a scholarly pursuit is made up of phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics
"A system of pitfalls thoughtfully prepared for the feet for the self-made man, along the path by which he advances to distinction " [DD] Often missing from Fundie speechifications
To discourse according to the rules of grammar; to use grammar
A set of rules defining the format of an entity to be recognized, such as a date, time, phone number, or currency value Lexical dictionaries are composed of sets of grammars See also lexical dictionary Source: NPG
Set of rules governing the formation and combination of the basic units in a semiotic system
Grammar is the ways that words can be put together in order to make sentences. He doesn't have mastery of the basic rules of grammar. the difference between Sanskrit and Tibetan grammar
The science or art of correct writing As an art this habit resides in the intellect Its end is the conformity of one mind with other minds through the medium of the written word Grammar should be at the service of logic
A combination of a lexer and a parser engine to form an engine or body of code that recognizes a language For example, c/c++ compilers have a c/c++ grammar engine, which "recognizes" the language before deciding how it has to compile it Most notable tools to help in writing grammars bison/flex, antlr, and paislei (Submitted by: Ungod)
The science which treats of the principles of language; the study of forms of speech, and their relations to one another; the art concerned with the right use and application of the rules of a language, in speaking or writing
a term used to refer to various aspects and levels of language as a system, for instance the conventions which govern word formation and word order within sentences More broadly, it covers the construction of larger units such as paragraphs and complete texts Grammatical relationships within and between sentences are signalled by cohesive devices (See cohesion ) Grammar is also known as syntax
A representation of language syntax that specifies how reserved words, symbols, and identifiers can be combined into valid programs
A grammar is a book that describes the rules of a language. an advanced English grammar
(gram-ma) Grammar refers to the technical features of language and their respective inter-relationships and correct usage
In Word 97 and 2000, checking grammar is part of Spell Check Word can only advise about possible errors You must judge if it is actually a mistake
Systems, rules or underlying principles that describe the structure of language (eg Word order in sentences, grammatical markers such as plurals, verb tenses, pronouns etc) Language: Language involves listening, speaking, reading and writing Language problems may affect the ability to use acceptable vocabulary and grammar, to organize ideas for expression, and to communicate in a socially appropriate manner
A system for describing a language, the rules of a language A formal system for describing the syntax of a language In COMP9414, we are principally concerned with context-free grammars, sometimes augmented See also Chomsky hierarchy
These are all the rules which are used from a given vocabulary to generate a set of authorized phrases Often the terms vocabulary or model are used Grammars may be used in a non-linguistic context
Accepted structure of language as the "correct" way of structuring
active
grammar Nazi
Person who habitually corrects or criticizes the language usage of others, especially in situations where it is unnecessary e.g. an informal conversation
grammar Nazis
plural form of grammar Nazi
grammar nazi
Someone who constantly notes grammar errors in other's posts, disturbing the entire conversation
grammar school
Elementary school
grammar school
A school that teaches its pupils the grammar system of a European language, especially Latin and Greek
grammar school
A secondary school that stresses academic over practical or vocational education, until recent times open to those pupils who had passed the 11-plus examination
grammar schools
plural form of grammar school
grammar school
A grammar school is a school in Britain for children aged between eleven and eighteen who have a high academic ability. He is in the third year at Leeds Grammar School
grammar school
a school for young children; usually the first 6 or 8 grades
grammar school
a secondary school emphasizing Latin and Greek in preparation for college
grammar school
elementary school or grade school (USA); high school, college preparatory school (Britain)
compositional grammar
consciously employed musical grammar
context-free grammar
a formal grammar in which every production rule is such that the left-hand side is exactly one non-terminal symbol and the right-hand side is zero or more terminal symbols and/or nonterminal symbols. Abbreviation: CFG
formal grammar
A precise mathematical description of a formal language, consisting of terminal symbols, nonterminal symbols, a nonterminal symbol serving as start symbol, and a set of production rules that control the expansion of nonterminal symbols into strings consisting of both terminal and nonterminal symbols
grammar.
speechcraft
natural grammar
A musical grammar which arises spontaneously in a musical culture (as opposed to an artificial grammar)
normative grammar
A standard system of rules and principles for speaking and writing a language
grammarian
{n} one who is skilled in grammar
A grammar
donat
comparative grammar
relationship between grammar of different languages
generative grammar
A linguistic theory that attempts to describe a native speaker's tacit grammatical knowledge by a system of rules that in an explicit and well-defined way specify all of the well-formed, or grammatical, sentences of a language while excluding all ungrammatical, or impossible, sentences. Finite set of formal rules that will produce all the grammatical sentences of a language. The idea of a generative grammar was first definitively articulated by Noam Chomsky in Syntactic Structures (1957). The generative grammarian's task is ideally not just to define the interrelation of elements in a particular language, but also to characterize universal grammar that is, the set of rules and principles intrinsic to all natural languages, which are thought to be an innate endowment of the human intellect. See also grammar, syntax
grammarian
One versed in grammar, or the construction of languages; a philologist
grammarian
{i} one who specializes in grammar
grammarian
A grammarian is someone who studies the grammar of a language and writes books about it or teaches it. someone who studies and knows about grammar
grammarian
a person who studies grammar
grammarian
One who writes on, or teaches, grammar
grammarian
a linguist who specializes in the study of grammar and syntax
grammars
plural of grammar
normative grammar
grammatical system which determines what are and are not proper standards for a language
prescriptive grammar
{i} approach to grammar which sets down rules and norms of correct and incorrect usage and formulates rules based on these norms which are then used by users of the language; set of grammatical rules based on prescriptive grammar
spelling and grammar checkers
Components of word-processing programs for personal computers that identify apparent misspellings and grammatical errors by reference to an incorporated dictionary and a list of rules for proper usage. Spelling checkers cannot identify spelling errors that result in another legitimate word (e.g., "form" typed for "from") and are hard to use on documents that contain numerous words (e.g., foreign terms) not entered in the incorporated dictionary. Grammar checkers which also generally check punctuation, sentence length, and other aspects of style have been criticized for their reliance on oversimplified rules
transformational grammar
A grammar that accounts for the constructions of a language by linguistic transformations and phrase structures, especially generative grammar
universal grammar
{i} grammatical rules and restrictions believed to form natural languages
universal grammar
A system of grammatical rules and constraints believed to underlie all natural languages
grammar