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grammaticalgram‧mat‧i‧cal /ɡrəˈmætɪkəl/ ●○○ adjective  1 [only before noun]SLG concerning grammar grammatical rules2 SLGcorrect according to the rules of grammar opp ungrammaticalgrammatically /-kli/ adverb
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grammaticalThis approach to grammatical analysis is largely the brainchild of Chomsky.grammatical errorsOr, for that matter, between one grammatical idea and another.Idiomatic meanings are not compositional in the sense of being determined from the meaning of the constituent words and their grammatical relations.The first control is exercised by grammatical rules.a grammatical sentenceRemember: You should be able to remove the material in parentheses completely and still have a correctly punctuated, grammatical sentence.Her tests for the relation between grammatical structure and context formation similarly show the unschooled Wolof children in a poor light.Dialect, accent, lexical choice and grammatical structures are all interpreted by speakers and addressees as signifying status.The main information that the probabilistic syntax analyser needs from the lexicon is the grammatical tag of each of the candidate words.
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