Welcome to Word Grammar (WG). I assume you're studying linguistic
you're already familiar with the main ideas of linguistics
your teachers favour some theory other than WG but
you're curious to know what alternative theories
are out there but
you're short of time and need a quick introduction
that you can relate to easily.
The ideas in WG are simple and (for some people) easy to relate to; if you
don't immediately like them, please reserve judgement - WG is based on three
decades of serious research so it's not just a pipe-dream. Like the other competing
theories in this area, it may be wrong, but it's not obviously wrong.
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