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Divergences catégorielles et description diachronique dans une grammaire universitaire pour Italiens

Aurelio Principato
Langue Française
No. 176, Comment écrire une grammaire du français? (DÉCEMBRE 2012), pp. 121-128
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24396756
Page Count: 8
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Abstract

A new French grammar conceived for Italian universities (Madonia & Principato, Grammatica della lingua francese, Roma, Carocci, 2011) aims at developing a reflective approach to the grammatical rules, introducing them within the frame of the grammar system and explaining their historical origin. This book should stimulate the reflection on different categories employed for French or Italian, as well as on the common roots of several phenomena and exceptions in phonetics, graphematics and morphology. Une nouvelle grammaire française destinée à un public universitaire italien (Madonia & Principato, Grammatica della lingua francese, Roma, Carocci, 2011) vise à développer un apprentissage réfléchi des règles, aidé par l'illustration du système grammatical où elles s'insèrent et de leur origine historique. D'un côté, cette grammaire voudrait donc stimuler la comparaison entre les taxinomies grammaticales italienne et française; de l'autre, repérer des principes unificateurs qui expliquent les particularités et les exceptions phono-graphématiques et morphologiques.

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