6 edition of On particle verbs and similar constructions in German found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-172) and indexes.
|Series||Dissertations in linguistics|
|LC Classifications||PF3271 .L83 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
|ISBN 10||1575863014, 1575863022|
|LC Control Number||00069911|
2. Morpho-syntactic properties of particle verbs in the Germanic languages 3. Approaches to the morpho-syntax of particle verbs in the Germanic languages 4. References Abstract This article provides an overview and comparison of particle verbs in the Germanic languages, giving examples of the construction in German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Yiddish. Verb classes Core of pleonasm 3 Particle-bound directions 4 Concluding remarks 0 Introduction It is well known that German particle verbs, traditionally called separable-preﬁx verbs, function as complex predicates, not only shifting modes of directed actions, but also changing aspectual property of their base verbs. The extention of.
This book explores the English verb-particle construction from a historical and cross-linguistic perspective. Challenging established views and tracing their origins in the normative tradition, the author shows the evolution of theconstruction to follow a widely attested path and argues that the apparentpeculiarities of phrasal verbs in Modern English are epiphenomenal to otherstructural. Introduction to Separable Verbs. For these verbs, the particle is separated and placed at the end of the clause for simple verb tenses (as long as the clause is not subordinate or relative). Let´s look at the separable verb "absagen" (cancel) as an example. The verb is formed by the particle ab and the verb .
What Is the German Past Participle? The past participle, known as the Partizip II, is a special conjugation of a verb used in the Perfekt (present perfect tense), Passiv (passive voice) and as an adjective. In English, we typically form the past participle by adding -ed to the end of a word, such as washed or traded (unless, of course, it’s irregular in the past participle form like eaten or. Hampe, B. () Superlative Verbs: A corpus-based study of semantic redundancy in English verb-particle constructions. Language in Performance Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. Liane Jeschull's dissertation, What particle verbs have to do with grammatical aspect in early child English. University of Leipzig. Lindner, S.
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The resolution presented here is that particle verbs should be seen as lexicalized phrasal constructions. Emphasizing morphological and syntactic testability, over a hundred colloquial examples are shown to break the rules of previous approaches while remaining consistent with this book's proposition.
To distinguish particle verbs from similar constructions, and to demonstrate how structural and morphological factors have been misidentified in the past, preverb verb constructions Format: Hardcover.
The book On Particle Verbs and Similar Constructions in German, Anke Ludeling is published by Center for the Study of Language and Information. The book On Particle Verbs and Similar Constructions in German, Anke Ludeling is published by Center for the Study of.
This book deals with the so-called particle verbs (or separable verbs) in German. It shows that particle verbs cannot be clearly distinguished from similar constructions (like e.g. resultative constructions) by discussing the linguistic tests that have been used in the literature.
On Particle Verbs and Similar Constructions in German (review) On Particle Verbs and Similar Constructions in German (review) Toops, Gary Howard LANGUAGE, VOL NUMBER 4 () so-called separable prefixes (ankommen `arrive', abfahren `depart', anlachen `laugh at, deride') as well as verbs occurring together with fixed manner adverbs.
Particles: On the Syntax of Verb-Particle, Triadic and Causative Constructions (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) Drawing on data from Norwegian, English, Dutch, German, West Flemish, and other languages, this book will interest a wide audience of students and specialists.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send Cited by: On Particle Verbs and Similar Constructions in German. CSLI, Stanford () Google Scholar Poitou, J.: Fortbewegungsverben, Verbpartikel, Adverb und : Dolores Batinić, Thomas Schmidt.
Verb Particle Constructions: A Bibliography This bibliography was originally composed for the DFG-research project Particle Verb Formation in German and English, but has grown since the project finished in Pleonasm in particle verb constructions in German.
Verbs with separable prefixes are one of many existing realisations of discontinuous complex predicates in German. Their syntactic structure follows the widely described sentence bracket structure, in that the finite verb base opens the bracket at the second position in the sentence, while the separable prefix, which is also called particle.
This book offers a new account of the transitive particle verb construction in English. The main emphasis is on the alternation between the two word orders possible in English (continuous: hand in the manuscript vs. discontinuous: hand the manuscript in).The central aim is to show that the choice of the word order is not optional as has often been claimed in related literature on the topic and Pages: Regular Meaning Shifts in German Particle Verbs: A Case Study but across a semantically coherent set of verbs.
For example, the syntactically similar base verbs brummen ‘hum’ and donnern ‘rumble’ both describe an irritating, particle verb constructions with English out. She claims that the source domain in a shift is system-Author: Sylvia Springorum, Jason Utt, Sabine Schulte im Walde. Constructions like _work out, hang around, eat up_, and their counterparts in other Germanic languages, known as 'phrasal verbs', 'separable verbs', 'verb-particle combinations' and, in German-speaking circles, as 'particle verbs', have inspired much literature, recent large-scale studies being DehDeh et al.den Dikken On particle verbs and similar constructions in German.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, © (OCoLC) Online version: Lüdeling, Anke, On particle verbs and similar constructions in German.
Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource. Verbs that take prepositional phrase complements, as in (3a), are not verb-particle constructions; particle shift is not possible, as indicated in (3b).
(3) a. The dog doted on its master. * The dog doted its master on. * The roots of this chapter go back to my first qualifying paper, written in SomeFile Size: KB.
The particle verb construction (PVC), also referred to in the literature as phrasal verb or separable complex verb, occurs in most if not all of the Germanic : Susi Wurmbrand.
Generally speaking, a particle is a word that doesn’t belong to the usual classes of words like noun, verb, pronoun, etc. Authorities disagree as to which words to call “particles,” but most agree that the to of an infinitive and the words that look like adverbs or prepositions in a phrasal verb are particles.
Compare: The family traveled to Paris. The book Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle Verbs in German, Stefan Muller is published by Center for the Study of Language and Information. The Chicago Distribution Center has reopened and is fulfilling orders.
All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK categorize the phrasal verb constructions. The results indicate that separable and non-separable transitive English phrasal verbs are similar but different constructions with specific syntactic reasons for the incompatibility of the word order alternation with the non-separable verbs.
This book explains why cognitive linguistics offers a plausible theoretical framework for a systematic and unified analysis of the syntax and semantics of particle verbs. It explores the meaning of the verb + particle syntax, the particle placement of transitive particle verbs, how particle placement is related to idiomaticity, and the.
(2) gives examples where particles allow linking of either the theme or the reference object of the prepositional relation expressed by the particle, even if one or both of the possible objects is not selected by the verb.
(3) shows some cases where an obligatorilly transitive verb becomes optionally transitive in the presence of a by: 1. Prefixed verb constructions and particle verb constructions One of the more notable characteristics of the German language is its ability to combine base verbs systematically with either separable particles, like auf- or ab- or ein- or inseparable prefixes, such as be- or ver- Cited by: 6.
Particle verbs and benefactive double objects in English These small clause approaches capture both the interrelatedness of the examples in (1), since they are all based on the verb build, as well as their differences in both argument structure and meaning, since they all have a different small clause as the Size: KB.Two sets of approaches to particle verb constructions (PVCs): complex head approach vs.
small clause approach (1) Small clause structure Complex head structure VP VP V Author: Jeffrey Punske.North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.
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