Using Functional Grammar: An Explorer's Guide

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National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, Macquarie University, 1995 - English language - 160 pages
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Resource for undergraduate students of linguistics, trainee and practising teachers, and those with an interest in the role of language in social interaction. Aims to demystify grammatical terminology and demonstrate the usefulness of functional grammar. Discusses topics such as how speakers interact with language, and exploring experiential, interpersonal and textual meanings. Includes references. The authors teach in the department of linguistics at Macquarie University.

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