Transformational rule is a rule that transforms syntactic structure. Deletion, Insertion, and movement are instances of transformational rules. S-structure is derived from d-structure by means of transformations, and Logical Form is derived from S-structure in a similar way. See affect alpha.
- Riemsdijk, H. van and E. Williams 1986. Introduction to the theory of grammar, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
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