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This article covers many ideas related to the theoretical grammar of the English language. They are: Theoretical grammar is an analytical type of grammar that defines, analyzes, and evaluates different points of view about language phenomena, the structure and mechanisms of language activity, but gives no instructions and the purpose of theoretical grammar is to explain the rules, as opposed to the description of the rules, theoretical grammar and its relation to modern sciences, basic terms and concepts, concepts of language and speech, the main sections of this science are morphology and syntax, their main elements are about sound, morpheme, word, speech and allomorph, the main areas of science and information on the different aspects of theoretical grammar from practical grammar, the relationship between them, stylistic devices, research, examples, the main domain of language is also discussed in this article. In general, this article discusses how theoretical grammar treats language as a functional system

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