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toborman
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Posted - Mar 16 2014 :  07:34:09  Show Profile  Visit toborman's Homepage
Using transformational-generative grammar, I've taught Harry to generate different forms of a proposition. However, I don't know what to tell Harry about when to use these forms. Got any ideas?

Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in natural form.
Harry: mammals are animals.
Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in inverse form.
Harry: animals include mammals.
Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in obverse form.
Harry: No mammals are non-animals.
Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in converse form.
Harry: animals are mammals.
Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in contrapositive form.
Harry: All non-animals are non-mammals.
Tom: generate "mammals are animals." in interogative form.
Harry: are mammals animals?

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