THE PROCESS OF COGNITIVE GRAMMAR
Keywords:: Grammatical knowledge, Cognitive ability, Generative grammar
The fundamental difference between cognitive grammar and generative grammar is that cognitive ability is offered in generative grammar. However, according to cognitive grammar, no individual cognitive ability is necessary for describing language abilities. Cognitive ability, recognised by psychology and other branches of knowledge, is used to create human language ability. In any grammar, language skills are analysed by describing the nature of grammatical knowledge. The grammatical knowledge of humans is the combination of symbolic units. Those units are members of several categories, and different symbolic units can construct the mechanism. From linguistic attention, it can fully be described the way, from a particular scene, how the constructions create a speech. This article discusses the theory of cognitive grammar from a fundamental point of view.
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