|0||"That branch of ergonics which is concerned with the
analysis of a sentence into subject, predicate, and object,
or the building up of a sentence from these three components."|
|1753||"The right joining of Words in a Sentence, or Sentences together"||Fisher, Ann (1753, p.112)|
"The part of grammar which concerns the way words are combined into sentences."
| [n.b. goes on to define morphology and to state that as English morphology is "relatively simple" most English grammar is concerned just with syntax.]||Leech, G (2007, p.110)|