6 edition of Auxiliation found in the catalog.
February 13, 2004
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Periphrasis as a precursor of analytic inflection: auxiliation in the (pre-)history of German BE or HAVE in Contemporary Standard French – residua of semantic motivation The auxiliary selection of French monter ‘move upward’ from the 16th to the 20th century. MITPress LATEX Book Style Typeset with PDFLaTeX Size: 6x9 Octo pm xii Preface the particular speaker) which I believe has desirable consequences that extend far beyond the scope of the present monograph. The ﬁrst few chapters of this book File Size: KB.
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This paper documents the formation of auxiliary verbs and suffixes in Quechua and examines how processes of language evolution and contact introduce new aspectual contrasts expressed through verbal periphrases. Quechuan languages provide an excellent opportunity to examine the interaction of internal and external motivations for change because the auxiliation process suggests . This study examines how the Old English preterite-present verb dugan ‘to avail’ developed into a modal auxiliary of ability (‘can’) in Middle English. Two factors in the Old English period play a role in this auxiliation process: (i) the influence of the modal precursor magan (meaning ‘to be strong’ as a lexical verb and ‘can’ as a modal) (> Modern English may) and (ii) the.
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To me, Kuteva's "auxiliation" is a case of differentiation of the lexicon that takes place in the community of the differing personalities of speakers and hearers.
In Kuteva's vocabulary "auxiliation" is one case of the grammaticalization of new meanings in old lexical items.5/5(1). Bringing together the explanatory potential of recent grammaticalization theory, and the insights from the latest studies of the process of auxiliation and the psychology of language use, this book represents a valuable achievement in the investigation of grammatical.
Combining recent grammaticalization theory with insights from the psychology of language use, the author also offers a new perspective on how grammaticalization occurs in everyday linguistic.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Auxiliation: An Enquiry into the Nature of Grammaticalization at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). Auxiliation: an enquiry into the nature of grammaticalization.
Auxiliation book Kuteva] -- Probing the nature of grammaticalisation on the basis of an in-depth study of the process of auxiliation, this book brings together the explanatory potential of recent grammaticalisation theory and.
Probes into the nature of grammaticalization on the basis of an in-depth study of the process of auxiliation. This book uncovers the linguistic facts involving, among other things, the identification of the category of the avertive as a cross-linguistically valid grammatical distinction.
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Auxiliation: An Enquiry into the Nature of Grammaticalization: : Kuteva, Tania: Libri in altre lingue5/5(1). “Auxiliation” is Kuteva’s term for the process whereby a lexical source construction develops into an auxiliary, defined as a morpheme functioning at any point(s) along a cline between lexical verb and TAM marker.
The theoretically and empirically most interesting material is. Kilpiö, M. Auxiliation in progress: Diachronic grammaticalisation changes in Old English and Early Middle English HAVE M.
Rissanen, M. Hintikka, L. Kahlas-Tarkka, & R. McConchie (Eds.), Change in Meaning and the Meaning of Change: Studies in Semantics and Grammar from Old to Present-Day English (Vol.
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This chapter examines the history of the perfect auxiliaries ‘be’ and ‘have’ and their interaction in a range of Italo‐Romance dialects, and sets them in the broader context of the historical evolution of the Romance languages as a whole.
It also reviews the literature on this construction from Perlmutter’s initial work on unaccusativity down to more recent times.
Book description The Late Modern period is the first in the history of English for which an unprecedented wealth of textual material exists.
Using increasingly sophisticated databases, the contributions in this volume explore grammatical usage from the period, specifically morphological and syntactic change, in Missing: Auxiliation.
Passive auxiliation will not be dealt with either, a choice motivated in Note 30 below. () An instance of mismatch between PtP agreement and aux choice is illustrated in (26) below.
() The classification in (23) abstracts away from contrasts such as Italian il libro e apparso (aux E) vs. French le livre a paru (aux H) 'the book has appeared'. In its year history, the English language has seen dramatic grammatical changes.
This book offers a comprehensive and reader-friendly account of the major developments, including changes in word order, the noun phrase and verb phrase, changing relations between clausal constituents and the development of new subordinate constructions.
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PDF | The chapter addresses instances of war gewesen (i.e. bePRET + bePART-II) in the colloquial register of Modern High German which display the form | Find, read and cite all the research you Author: Sonja Zeman. From a typological perspective, the most striking — and perhaps the only noteworthy — feature of the auxiliation of the main verb baan 'get' in Khmer is that it migrates from V2 to V1 position, contravening the general tendency for grammatical morphemes to remain frozen in the same position where the words from which they originate are by: 9.
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An authoritative reference work exploring the major issues in the field of Missing: Auxiliation. This book aims to give a comprehensive account of grammaticalization. It serves as a great introduction to this linguistic notion.
it also serves as a good textbook for whoever interested in linguistics. The term "grammaticalization" is thought to have originated with Meillet (, but first published in )/5.Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
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