1. Grammatical form; 2. Analyzing word structure; 3. Constituent structure; 4. Semantic roles and grammatical relations; 5. Lexical entries and well-formed clauses; 6. Noun phrases; 7. Case and agreement; 8. Noun classes and pronouns; 9. Tense, aspect and modality; 10. N on-verbal predicates; 11. Special sentences types; 12. Subordinate clauses; 13. Derivational morphology; 14. Valence-changing morphology; 15. Allomorphy; 16. Non-linear morphology; 17. Clitics.
Analyzing Grammar is a clear introductory textbook on grammatical analysis, showing students how to analyse grammatical patterns in any language.
Paul R. Kroeger is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Linguistics at the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas.