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Functional grammar may refer to:
- Functional theories of grammar, a range of functionally based approaches to linguistics
- Functional discourse grammar, grammar models developed by Simon C. Dik that explain how utterances are shaped based on the goals of language users
- Systemic functional grammar, a grammatical description developed by Michael Halliday
- Danish functional linguistics, a strand of functional linguistics associated with linguists at the University of Copenhagen
- Lexical functional grammar, a variety of generative grammar initiated by Joan Bresnan and Ronald Kaplan.
- Role and reference grammar, a model of grammar developed by William Foley and Robert Van Valin, Jr.
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