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Formal syntactic framework: -Language (s) quoted: Kru Eastern and Western languages Siewierska, Anna. coming. Based on speeches of the marking of the people agreement, In T. Viryanen (note) Speech Approaches to Cognition. Berlin: Gruyter Sheep. Jeffrey G. Heath. Lost wax: brutal replacement of major morphemes in Australian contract complexes. Diachronica 14. 2. 197-232.
The grammar agreement is an integral part of the morphosyntax of many languages, including English, and must therefore be treated routinely during the use of the language. For example, the production of well-formed sentences in English requires locotors to calculate the dependencies between discontinuous elements (z.B. of a set of subject-name [NP] and verb), sometimes at great distances. Psycho-psycho-psycholine behavioural research from linguistic production has repeatedly shown that this process can be error-prone (z.B. Bock-Miller, 1991; Brehm and Bock, 2013; Dust, 2009). What is important is that this line of research has also shown that the study of factors that influence error rates can provide a clear window into the cognitive mechanisms that support the calculation of grammatical relationships, as well as the extent and role of linguistic indications that influence how we calculate discontinuous correspondences and dependencies in language in general.