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syntactic in Grammar topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsyntacticsyn‧tac‧tic /sɪnˈtæktɪk/ adjective technical  SLGrelating to syntax syntactic structuresyntactically /-kli/ adverb
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syntacticThe syntactic analysis revolves mainly around the study of adverbial and participial structures in the narrative.The syntactic and semantic information about each of these words is then made available to the relevant processors.The relationship between syntactic and semantic processing has been a central concern of psycholinguistics for the last two decades.When syntactic information is not needed for further processing, it may be cleared from the short-term store.The run-time application of syntactic information uses the transition matrices and the lexicon to rank the words in the lattice.I started talking to Suzette about some syntactic maneuvers that would enable her to avoid repetition.The two sentences have the same syntactic structure.Lavandera has pointed out that much work on syntactic variation tends to focus on syntactic rather than social constraints.We focus in chapter 7 on some special problems associated with analysing syntactic variation.