grammarian vs syntactician what difference

what is difference between grammarian and syntactician

English

Etymology

From Old French gramairien.

Pronunciation

  • enPR: grə-mârʹē-ən, IPA(key): /ɡɹəˈmɛəɹɪən/

Noun

grammarian (plural grammarians)

  1. A person who studies grammar.
    Synonyms: grammatician, grammaticist

Translations

See also

  • linguist
  • prescriptivist
  • descriptivist
  • syntactician
  • morphologist


English

Etymology

syntactic +‎ -ian

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˌsɪntækˈtɪʃən/

Noun

syntactician (plural syntacticians)

  1. An expert in syntax.
    • Thus, Jackendoff’s analysis of Aspectual Auxiliaries as Specifiers which expand V-bar into V-double-bar seems to have some empirical support (though we should point out that by no means all X-bar syntacticians are happy to treat Aspectuals as Specifiers which expand V-bar into V-double-bar: some prefer to treat them as Verbs which head their own VP, for reasons which you can work out for yourself when you come to Exercise VII).

Translations

See also

  • grammarian

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