Types of Syntactic Connection (Interdependence (correspondence) (Secondary…
Types of Syntactic Connection
Isolation secondary predication
Loose situational modifires
Elements of the same rank
copulative and disjunctive conjunctions
Obligatory EX: be in Moscow/ be on the beach
Optional EX: ... you a nice car soon, ... you a car next month
Government - Teach me.
Adjoinment - long practice; trembled slightly
Agreement that house — those houses
Predetermined EX: this book - these books
Free EX: the table at the window, the table in the corner
In combinations of semantically heterogeneous objects
EX: I brought him a present.
In combinations of objects and situational modifiers EX: I leave home at eight-thirty.
In chains of prepositive attributes expressed by different parts of speech
EX: ...and then to her own surprise she burst into tears.
Connective elements showing the connection of thoughts
Modal elements showing the speaker's attitude to the thought expressed in the basic syntactic unit
UNCLE ANDREW was very tall and thin
Logically equal + have the same referent