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By this we mean individual differences in theoretical orientations, methodologies, data available, perspectives, knowledge, and educational background. All these may lead to different judgements about the data and to different systems being constructed. Therefore, there may be different grammatical systems proposed for the grammar of a particular language. 1). At the bottom level are the data, on the basis of which the grammatical system is constructed. Goal is at the top level. The goal of any grammatical system is to discover the rules behind the data.
12) shàngchē mǎi piào! get on bus buy ticket! ’ tuánjié-qǐlái unite-up! (serial-verb clause) (pivotal clause) A clause can be either short or long. In some cases, the clause-forming units may be very lengthy, consisting of dozens of, or even one to two hundred, syllables. Clauses made up of such units are usually of multi-layered structural relationships. Not all clause-forming units can stand as clauses. Words such as ‘jiāyǐ’ (‘in addition’), ‘hé’ (‘and’), ‘ma’(a clause-final mood particle) do not express any intention by themselves; they do not take any mood to form clauses.
This context renders it a noun. The second biāozhì functions as part of the predicate; it takes the progressive aspect marker -zhè. This is the typical grammatical context for verbs. Both cases show that the same word may belong to different classes. The clause offers context for the features of word classes to be manifest. Therefore, it can be said that word classes are determined by the clause. In some cases, words that typically or exclusively belong to a certain class may change their class in some instances in specific contexts.