Syntactic analysis is based on the differentiation between the parts of speech and their use as sentence elements or constituents, already developed by the ancient grammarians (μέρη τοῦ λόγου/mérē toû lógou, Lat. partes orationis 'parts of speech': e.g. ὄνομα/ónoma, Lat. vocabulum 'noun'; ῥῆμα/rhêma, Lat. verbum 'verb…
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