Functional categories in agrammatism: evidence from Greek.

  title={Functional categories in agrammatism: evidence from Greek.},
  author={Stavroula Stavrakaki and Sofia Kouvava},
  journal={Brain and language},
  volume={86 1},
The aim of this study is twofold. First, to investigate the use of functional categories by two Greek agrammatic aphasics. Second, to discuss the implications of our findings for the characterization of the deficit in agrammatism. The functional categories under investigation were the following: definite and indefinite articles, personal pronouns, aspect, tense, subject-verb agreement, wh-pronouns, complementizers and the mood marker na (=to). Based on data collected through different methods… CONTINUE READING