Grammatical analysis of the extract from Harry Potter

Complete the grammatical analysis of the extract from Harry Potter (the same extract as in” rel=”nofollow”>in Assignment 2), addin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal and textual analysis. Steps for this assignment are:

1. Usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing tables provided, analyse the constituents of the clauses from the perspective of the in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal grammar, in” rel=”nofollow”>indicatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing which elements are: Subject, Fin” rel=”nofollow”>inite, Predicator, Complement and
Adjuncts
2. Usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing tables provided, analyse the constituents of the clause from the perspective of the textual function, identifyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Theme, and Theme types, and Rheme
3. Fill out the “summary table 2: in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal analysis” in” rel=”nofollow”>indicatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the mood and speech function for major clauses, and in” rel=”nofollow”>insertin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the relevant in” rel=”nofollow”>information for remain” rel=”nofollow”>inin” rel=”nofollow”>ing columns in” rel=”nofollow”>in the table
(summary table 1 has been done for you)
4. Fill out “summary table 3: theme analysis”
5. Write a summary and in” rel=”nofollow”>interpretation of the patterns of the experiential, in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal and textual grammar in” rel=”nofollow”>in this extract, and relate these patterns to the type of text chosen for this
assignment (max 1000 words).

1.1 Nearly ten years had passed
Nearly ten years had passed
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group
Actor Pro: material
Subject Fin” rel=”nofollow”>inite Predicator
MOOD RESIDUE
Theme: topical Rheme
1.2 sin” rel=”nofollow”>ince the Dursleys had woken up
sin” rel=”nofollow”>ince the Dursleys had woken up
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group
– Actor Pro: material
– Subject Fin” rel=”nofollow”>inite Predicator
Theme: textual Theme: topical Rheme
1.3 to fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind their nephew on the front step,
to fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind their nephew on the front step
Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Prepositional phrase
Pro: material Goal Circ: location

1.4 but Privet Drive had hardly changed at all.
but Privet Drive had <hardly*> changed at all
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group <Adverbial group> Adverbial group
– Actor Pro: material < — > –
* see IFG3 p129

2.1 The sun rose on the same tidy front gardens
The sun rose on the same tidy front gardens
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Prepositional phrase
Actor Pro: material Circ: location
2.2 and ^THE SUN lit up the brass number four on the Dursleys’ front door;
and ^THE SUN lit up the brass number four on the Dursleys’ front door
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
— Actor Pro: material Goal
2.3 it crept in” rel=”nofollow”>into their livin” rel=”nofollow”>ing room,
It crept in” rel=”nofollow”>into their livin” rel=”nofollow”>ing room
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Prepositional phrase
Actor Pro: material Circ: location
2.4 which was almost exactly the same [[as it had been on the night when Mr. Dursley had seen that fateful news report about the owls]].
which was almost exactly* the same [[as it had been on the night when Mr. Dursley had seen that fateful news report about the owls]].
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Adverbial group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Carrier Pro: rel: attribute — Attribute

See IFG3 p129

3.1 Only the photographs on the mantelpiece really showed [[how much time had passed]]
Only the photographs on the mantelpiece really* showed [[how much time had passed]]
Adverbial group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Adverbial group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
— Token — Pro: relational: identifyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Value

* See IFG3 p129

4.1 Ten years ago, there had been lots of pictures [[of what looked like [[a large pin” rel=”nofollow”>ink beach ball wearin” rel=”nofollow”>ing different-colored bonnets—]]
Ten years ago there had been lots of pictures [[of what looked like [[a large pin” rel=”nofollow”>ink beach ball wearin” rel=”nofollow”>ing different-colored bonnets—]]
Postpositional phrase Adverbial group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Circumstance: location: time – Pro: existential Existent
4.2 but Dudley Dursley was no longer a baby,
but Dudley Dursley was no longer* a baby
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Adverbial group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
– Carrier Pro: relational: attributive – Attribute

* See IFG3 p128

4.3 and now the photographs showed [[a large blond boy ridin” rel=”nofollow”>ing his first bicycle||, ^A LARGE BLOND BOY on a carousel at the fair, || ^A LARGE BLOND BOY playin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a computer game with his father, || ^A
LARGE BLOND BOY bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing hugged || and ^A LARGE BLOND BOY kissed by his mother.]]
and now the photographs showed [[a large blond boy ridin” rel=”nofollow”>ing his first bicycle||, ^A LARGE BLOND BOY on a carousel at the fair, || ^A LARGE BLOND BOY playin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a computer game with his
father, || ^A LARGE BLOND BOY bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing hugged || and ^A LARGE BLOND BOY kissed by his mother.]
Conjunction group Adverbial group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
– Circumstance: location: time Token Pro: relational: identifyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Value
5.1 The room held no sign at all [[that another boy lived in” rel=”nofollow”>in the house, too]].
The room held no sign … [[that another boy lived in” rel=”nofollow”>in the house, too]] … at all*
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Adverbial group
Carrier Pro: relational: attributive Attribute –

* See IFG3 p129

6.1 Yet Harry Potter was still there,
Yet Harry Potter was still* there
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Adverbial group Adverbial group
– Carrier Pro: relation: attribute – Attribute

* See IFG3 p128

6.2 asleep at the moment,
— asleep at the moment
Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Prepositional phrase
Pro: relational: attributive Attribute Circ: location: time
6.3 but not for long.
but not for long
Conjunction group Verbal group Prepositional phrase
– Pro: relational: attributive Circ: location: time

7.1 His Aunt Petunia was awake
His Aunt Petunia was awake
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Carrier Process: relational: attributive Attribute
7.2 and it was her shrill voice
and it was her shrill voice
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
– Token Pro: relational: attribute Value
7.3 that made the first noise of the day.
that made the first noise of the day.
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Actor Process: material Goal
8.1 “Up!
“Up!
Prepositional group
min” rel=”nofollow”>inor clause
9.1 Get up!
Get up!
Verbal group
Pro: material
10.1 Now!”
Now!”
Adverbial group
min” rel=”nofollow”>inor clause
11.1 Harry woke with a start.
Harry woke with a start
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Prepositional phrase
Behavor Pro: behavioural Circ: manner
12.1 His aunt rapped on the door again” rel=”nofollow”>in.
His aunt rapped on the door again” rel=”nofollow”>in
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Prepositional phrase Adverbial group
Actor Pro: material Circ: space: location Circ: time: frequency
13.1 “Up!”
Up!
Preposition Group
13.2 she screeched.
she screeched
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group
Sayer Pro: verbal
14.1 Harry heard [[her walkin” rel=”nofollow”>ing toward the kitchen]] and then the sound of [[the fryin” rel=”nofollow”>ing pan bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing put on the stove]].
Harry heard [[her walkin” rel=”nofollow”>ing toward the kitchen]] and then the sound of [[the fryin” rel=”nofollow”>ing pan bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing put on the stove]].
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Senser Pro: mental Phenomenon
15.1 He rolled onto his back
He rolled onto his back
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Prepositional phrase
Actor Pro: material Circ: location: place
15.2 and ^HE tried to remember the dream [[he had been havin” rel=”nofollow”>ing]].
and ^HE tried to remember the dream [[he had been havin” rel=”nofollow”>ing]].
Conjunction group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
– Senser Pro: mental Phenomenon
16.1 It had been a good one.
It had been a good one
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Carrier Pro: relational: attribute Attribute
17.1 There had been a flyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing motorcycle in” rel=”nofollow”>in it.
There had been a flyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing motorcycle in” rel=”nofollow”>in it
Adverbial group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Prepositional phrase
– Pro: existential Existent Circ: location: space
18.1 He had a funny feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ing [[he’d had the same dream before]].
He had a funny feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ing [[he’d had the same dream before]].
Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group Verbal group Nomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal group
Carrier Pro: relation: attributive Attribute
Analysis summary

Summary table 1: experiential grammar

Material process clauses
Cl# Process Actor Goal Scope Beneficiary Circumstance(s)
1.1 had passed Nearly ten years
1.2 had woken up the Dursleys
1.3 to fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind [the Dursleys] their nephew on the front step
1.4 had <hardly> changed Privet Drive
2.1 rose The sun on the same tidy front gardens
2.2 lit up ^THE SUN the brass number four on the Dursleys’ front door
2.3 crept it in” rel=”nofollow”>into their livin” rel=”nofollow”>ing room
7.3 made her shrill voice the first noise of the day
9.1 Get up! [you]
11.1 woke Harry with a start
12.1 rapped His aunt on the door; again” rel=”nofollow”>in
15.1 rolled He on his back
Behavioural process clauses
Cl# Process Behaver Phenomenon Circumstance(s)

Relational: attributive process
Cl# Process Attributor Carrier Attribute Circumstance(s)
2.4 was which the same [[as it had been on the night when Mr. Dursley had seen that fateful news report about the owls]].
4.2 was Dudley Dursley a baby
5.1 held the room no sign … [[that another boy lived in” rel=”nofollow”>in the house, too]]
6.1 was Harry Potter there
6.2 – [Harry Potter] asleep at them moment
6.3 – [Harry Potter] [asleep] for long
7.1 was His Aunt Petunia aware
16.1 had been it a good one
18.1 had He a funny feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ing [[he’d had the same dream before]].
Relational: identifyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing process clauses
Cl# Process Assigner Token Value Circumstance(s)
3.1 showed the photographs on the mantelpiece [[how much time had passed]]
4.3 showed the photographs [[a large blond boy ridin” rel=”nofollow”>ing his first bicycle||, ^A LARGE BLOND BOY on a carousel at the fair, || ^A LARGE BLOND BOY playin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a computer game with his father,
|| ^A LARGE BLOND BOY bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing hugged || and ^A LARGE BLOND BOY kissed by his mother.]
7.2 was it her shrill voice
Existential processes
Cl# Process Existent Circumstance(s)
4.1 had been lots of pictures [[of what looked like [[a large pin” rel=”nofollow”>ink beach ball wearin” rel=”nofollow”>ing different-colored bonnets—]] ten years ago
17.1 had been a flyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing motorcycle in” rel=”nofollow”>in it
Mental process clauses
Cl# Process Senser Phenomenon Projected clause # Circumstance(s)
14.1 heard Harry [[her walkin” rel=”nofollow”>ing toward the kitchen]] and then the sound of [[the fryin” rel=”nofollow”>ing pan bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing put on the stove]].
15.2 tried to remember he the dream [[he had been havin” rel=”nofollow”>ing]].

Verbal process clauses
Cl# Process Sayer Verbiage Receiver Projected clause # Circumstance(s)
13.2 screeched she

Summary table 2: in” rel=”nofollow”>interpersonal analysis
Complete step 3 of in” rel=”nofollow”>instructions here.
FILL OUT THIS TABLE FOR EACH CLAUSE TO SHOW MOOD, SPEECH FUNCTION, SUBJECT, FINITE, ANY MODAL ADJUNCTS, ETC. Add more rows to complete the analysis.
Cl # Mood Speech Function Subject Tense Fin” rel=”nofollow”>inite Modal Fin” rel=”nofollow”>inite Mood Adjunct Comment Adjunct Polarity
1.1 DEC STATEMENT Nearly ten years had +

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