2 edition of Non-projecting words found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ida Toivonen.|
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|Pagination||xv, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
My Ph.D. thesis as well as some of my other work has focussed on verbal particles, mainly in Swedish. Lexical-Functional Syntax, 2nd edition. With. Non-Projecting Words The book’s first chapter is an extensive introduction to the history and state of the art of word length studies. The studies included unify contributions from three important linguistic fields, namely, linguistics and text analysis, mathematics and statistics, and corpus and data base.
Particles as non-projecting words 53 The semantic structure of SCVs 69 SCVs as constructional idioms 80 Summary 90 4 The diachronic analysis of Dutch SCVs 92 Introduction: the grammaticalization of SCVs 92 Adjacency 95 Reanalysis and argument structure The diachrony of SCVs with nominal and adjectival. He is the author of The Logic of Pronominal Resumption (). Ida Toivonen is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Cognitive Science at Carleton University. She has published on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; and is the author of Non-Projecting Words (), and co-editor of Saami Linguistics ().Book Edition: 2. Aufl.
All too often particles are treated as diagnostics of other categories and structures which are the real focus of attention. In the present chapter by contrast we investigate the history of one particle, Latin dē, and the structural roles which it has come to have in the Romance languages. We look particularly at compound prepositions like Italian dopo . Particles as non-projecting words 53 The semantic structure of SCVs 69 SCVs as constructional idioms 80 Summary 90 4 The diachronic analysis of Dutch SCVs 92 Introduction: the grammaticalization of SCVs 92 Adjacency 95 Reanalysis and argument structure The diachrony of SCVs with nominal and adjectival File Size: KB.
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The main focus of this book is small words. By ‘small words’, I mean el- which non-projecting words are typically appealed to in the Non-projecting structures in the syntax are often Author: Ida Toivonen.
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You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Netherlands. Although non-projecting words have appeared in the literature before, it has gone largely unnoticed that such structures violate the basic tenets of X-bar theory.
This work identifies these violations and develops a formally explicit revision of X-bar theory that can accommodate the requisite "weak" projections. About this book Introduction Focusing primarily on Swedish, a Germanic language whose particles have not previously been studied extensively, Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study on Swedish Particles develops a theory of non-projecting words in which particles are morphologically independent words that do not project phrases.
Non-Projecting Words | Focusing primarily on Swedish, a Germanic language whose particles have not previously been studied extensively, this study develops a theory of non-projecting words in which particles are morphologically independent words that do not project phrases.
Get this from a library. Non-Projecting Words: Non-projecting words book Case Study of Swedish Particles. [Ida Toivonen] -- Focusing primarily on Swedish, a Germanic language whose particles have not previously been studied extensively, Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study on Swedish Particles develops a.
The aim of this book is two-fold: to offer a retrospective view on the past thirty years of research on aspectuality and temporality as well as to develop new perspectives on the future development of the field. Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study on Swedish Particles develops a theory of non-projecting words in which particles are.
Lexical splits in Finnish possession. Non-Projecting Words. Ida Toivonen; View project. As Postal's book contains a number of arguments for raising-to-object, Chs. 3 Author: Ida Toivonen. Message 1: Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study of Swedish Particles Date: Fri, 18 Jun (EDT) From: Nicole Deh Subject: Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study of Swedish Particles Toivonen, Ida () Non-Projecting Words: A Case Study of Swedish Particles, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Studies in Natural Language.
She has published on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; and is the author of Non-Projecting Words (), and co-editor of Saami Linguistics (). Stephen Wechsler is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Texas. -theory in order to accomodate non-projecting words.
The modication seems warranted, as it is quite common for specic analyses to violate X. 0-theory when modelling small words, especially clitics. My revision of the theory of phrasal structure will, I hope, lead to insight into the nature of all sorts of small words, not just verbal particles.
Not projecting Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Cite this chapter as: Toivonen I. () Verbal Particles in the Swedish VP. In: Non-Projecting Words. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, vol Author: Ida Toivonen. Browse New & Used Swedish Books If you want to visit Sweden but you'd like to know a little of the language before you get there, make sure you buy Swedish textbooks online from us before you go.
We can provide you with a wide range of discounted and pre-owned books that take the sting out of buying the copies you need. She has published on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; and is the author of Non-Projecting Words (), and co-editor of Saami Linguistics (). Stephen Wechsler is Professor of Linguistics at the University of by: Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching.
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book fell + 3sgS The book fell. The Ezafe vowel appears between an adjective and its complement (3a), between a preposition and its complement (3b), and more generally be-tween any two items that have some sort of connection.
For example, it appears between the words 'city', 'river', etc. and their names, as in (3c), and in terms of address (3d). Ida Toivonen () ''Non-Projecting Words'' Kluwer, especially Chapter 5.
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New York: Cambridge University Press. Vandeloise, C. Particles as non-projecting words Summary Chapter 5 – The semantics of SCVs Introduction SCVs with resultative particles SCVs with non-resultative particles Introduction SCVs with modifying particles Cited by: It will be clear from these two sets of examples that there is a semantic difference in the manner in which the clauses in projecting and non-projecting clause complexes are related.
In projections, the words or thoughts of someone are projected through the consciousness of the Subject, for example I know we read a story about the ugly duckling Cited by: 2.Book Religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and some lesser known faiths.
Called "book religions" because a holy book or text is central to the faith. Book of Shadows (BoS): the spellbook, journal, diary, grimoire, and/or ritual guide used by an individual witch or coven. "Shadows" is used to mean past as in past experience and knowledge.