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Current Issues in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Papers from the 8th Chinese Systemics Week

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Author: Zhang Jinyuan;
Language: Chinese, English
Page: 240
Publication Date: 07/2009
ISBN: 7560087744,9787560087740
Table of Contents
一、专家报告
A Semantic System Network for MOOD in English
系统功能语言学的社会语言学渊源
A Systemic Functional Perspective on the Growth of Chinese
Some Characteristics of Chinese Mood System
从语气、情态到评价
Martin的语篇语义学思想
人际视角下的评价理论和元话语理论
功能语言学在中国的应用研究与发展
Why Am They Not Free Just to Say What They Please7
系统功能语言学发展述评

二、加的夫语法专题研究
加的夫模式功能句法分析概观
加的夫语法对悉尼语法词组单位的扩展
英语假分裂句:加的夫语法视角
基于加的夫模式对中西方英文报纸语言特点的对比分析
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And that is all. In other words, it is only true for five of the fourteen moves illustrated in Figure 2 that their head acts are nearly always expressed through choices in MOOD. And in the case of one of the present examples, (2b), we can only say that it hasused the MOOD because the speaker added I didn't to his initial act, which was simplyNo. (As we shall see in Figure 3 in the next section, Yes and No and ellipted forms suchas I didn't in (2b) are generated through the lexicogrammar in the Cardiff model——asalso are ellipted forms such as Ivy in response to an Initiate such as What's your name?But, while the ellipted forms are generated through the MOOD network, Yes and No arenot. This is because the MOOD network is designed for choices in what we shall now identify as 'full' clauses that are 'independent', i.e. clauses that typically function in exchange structure as the heads of Initiate moves. (We shall return to these two conceptsin the next section.)
All the other forms used in Figure 2 are generated from specialized 'mini-grammars'. These are dedicated to providing appropriate formulaic expressions that realize the particular arrays of meanings that are used at these places in the structure of discourse. Some of these expressions, such as Oh in (lb) and (2c), do not even useidentifiable English words, and for certain other frequently used 'acknowledgements',such as Uh-huh, there isn't even an agreed spelling.
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