Grammaticale Constructies En Micro-Planning Bij Tekstproductie
In this paper it is argued that, contrary to computational models of language production, in the production system grammatical knowledge takes the form of conventionalized declarative schemes. Such schemes can be identified as a particular function word and an obliged element, for instance, a noun and a determiner. The argument is based on a particular pause pattern observed written language production. A cognitive linguistic account of the notion 'grammatical scheme' is given through a dicussion of Langacker's Usage based model of linguistic knowledge and the 'mental grammar'.
Published online: 24 March 2014