Development Of The English Grammar Tradition Of The New English Period (On The Example Of Non-Finite Forms)

  • Alina Yu Sokolova
Palabras clave: English, grammar book, early grammars, prescriptive grammars, descriptive grammars, non-finite forms of the English verb


As you know, the New English period is characterized by the development of scientific interest in the language, the need to describe the language, the development of the language norm. In this regard, a large number of grammars appear. This article presents the results of the analysis of the interpretation of non-finite forms of the English verb in the grammar books of the New English period.

Biografía del autor/a

Alina Yu Sokolova
Doctoral Candidate, Candidate Of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor Of The Department Of Foreign And Latin Languages, Tver State Medical University


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