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generative grammar/linguistics/phonology

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenerative grammar/linguistics/phonologygenerative grammar/linguistics/phonology formalthe description of a language using rules that produce all the possible correct sentences of the language generative
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generative grammar/linguistics/phonologyThe rewrite rule is an effective method of representing the rules of a generative grammar.Instead they believe that it is Sampson's generative grammar formulation that is at fault.In generative phonology, the claim is that, at the abstract level, vowels are simply tense or lax.There are applications for which a generative grammar would be better suited than a probabilistic one.
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