They are haunted by verbs, noun-substantives, roots, and syntactic passages.
Only at that moment did language gain a semantic and syntactic dimension (as we call them in today's terminology).
Henceforth, the new design no longer takes place at a syntactic or a semantic level, but is pragmatically driven.
Language use seems so natural that its syntactic and value-loaded conventions are not questioned.
But stress has done more than articulate or unify sequences that in their own right imply a syntactic relation.
In the isolating languages the syntactic relations are expressed by the position of the words in the sentence.
Hence the 16th century shows a syntactic licence and freedom which distinguishes it strikingly from that of later times.
The purposes for which the processes are used are derivation, modification, and syntactic relation.
Syntactic relation is the relation of the parts of speech to each other as integral parts of a sentence.
Syntactic relation must not be confounded with the relation expressed by prepositions.