The nuts and bolts of English
Educational posts about how English works
Through these posts, we aim to present some of the most advanced linguistic topics that we refer to as the nuts and bolts of English. They provide insight into the underlining structure of the language.
We aim to present each topic in a nutshell that is succinct and that can be extrapolated to any piece of writing to achieve high readability (close reading) and sound grammatically (effective writing).
Also, each topic is supported by links to reliable sources/references.
Posts of the nuts and bolts of English
We use a variety of processes to achieve high readability and sound semantics in a literary manuscript.
Here are our other educational posts:
A descriptive grammatical and linguistic checklist
Gain quick access to editing tools that will be able to search for and identify some of the most integral operatives (words, phrases, clauses and punctuation) involved in constructing a highly readable and semantically sound literary manuscript.
A process of grammatical division, and identification of syntactic functions
Understand the exact meaning of a word or phrase, or a sentence.
A grammatical approach that addresses some of the recurring patterns and different kinds of structures in literary manuscripts
Use the framework in Lexical-Function Grammar to examine both morphological structures and syntactic structures.