PAPER 6th (DESCRIPTIVE LINGUISTICS) STRUCTURAL SENTENCE STRUCTURE Broadly speaking any kind of grammar by which there is an attempt to describe the structure of grammatical sentences is structural grammar. Nevertheless the term has come to refer even more narrowly to the type of grammar brought to the maximum creation in the early 1950's simply by such men like C. C. Fries and Zelling Harris. Strength grammar with this sense is characterized by the procedure known as substitution, by which phrase class account is established through which small structures are expanded to larger types. The methods and outcomes of this strength grammar have already been absorbed in Transformational Sentence structure where they appear in foundation components especially the branching rules. From many years, from for least the first 1930's until the late 1950, the most important school of linguistics was one which is generally described as strength linguistics institution associated largely with American linguists, Bloomfield, C. C. Fries and Z. Harris. " Language" the main thesis of Bloomfield which was printed in the early on thirties upheld that terminology had a framework. But this statement by itself does not mean much. In one impression all language specialists are structuralists because they all look for reliability and patterns. But Bloomfield and post-Bloomfieldian linguists envisaged language framework in a very limited way. Especially it was linked to the phoneme because the unit of phonology (sound system) and morpheme because the unit of grammar. Because `cat' contains /k/ / / and /t/. Relating to these linguists, both `phoneme' and `morpheme' are units of kind and not of meaning however was a extensive controversy whether morpheme needs to be regarded as meaningful or not really. The essential sense in which the approach is strength is that dialect is to be in fact composed of morphemes in sequence, that may be, strings of morphemes, and similarly, though at distinct level, strings of phoneme. In 51, Zelling Harris's " Method in Structural...