3 edition of Impersonal constructions found in the catalog.
A. L. MalК№chukov
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Andrej Malchukov, Anna Siewierska|
|Series||Studies in language companion series -- v. 124, Studies in language companion series -- v. 124.|
|LC Classifications||P293.5 .I47 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 641 p. :|
|Number of Pages||641|
|ISBN 10||9027205914, 9027287163|
|ISBN 10||9789027205919, 9789027287168|
|LC Control Number||2011000415|
The typological discussion benefits from a good coverage of impersonality in European languages, but also includes considerations of several African, American, South-East Impersonal constructions book, Australian, and Oceanic languages. Middle English Verbs of Emotion and Impersonal Constructions: Verb Meaning and Syntax in Diachrony Ayumi Miura Abstract Impersonal constructions in the history of English form a puzzling category, in that there has been uncertainty as to why some verbs are attested in such constructions while others are not, even though they look almost synonymous. Thompson eds. Adjectives of zero valence are mainly the adjectives referring to weather such as "winding" and "raining" and so on.
Weerman eds. Through a careful study of the behaviour of impersonal and near-synonymous non-impersonal verbs, an attempt is made to identify factors that determined Impersonal constructions book presence, absence, and spread of impersonal usage with the verbs concerned. They conclude p. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular. My main arguments against a passive analysis of non-actor focus clauses are: they exhibit a very high text frequency; the agent is typically overt and manifests some properties associated with syntactic arguments as opposed to adjuncts; they are semantically highly transitive in the sense of Hopper and Thompson ; and the verb does not exhibit special marking, as it is also explicitly marked in the actor focus construction. Haspelmath, Martin.
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Impersonal "Se" vs. The typology is based on three main parameters: i type of existential predicate one-place vs. However,the presence of non-referential subject man can occur in the colloquial form. My main arguments against a passive analysis of non-actor focus clauses are: they exhibit a very high text frequency; the agent is typically overt and manifests some properties associated with syntactic arguments as opposed Impersonal constructions book adjuncts; they are semantically highly transitive in the sense of Hopper and Thompson ; and the verb does not exhibit special marking, Impersonal constructions book it is also explicitly Impersonal constructions book in the actor focus construction.
In Australia they are attested only in a couple of Tangkic languages spoken in the Gulf Impersonal constructions book Carpentaria and a few Ngayarda languages in south-western Western Australia. Keywords: Old English; impersonal verbs; syntactic uses; semantics; impersonal expressions; language change Chapter.
Life is good in Merida. That is what makes them impersonal! Generally, it is not ideal to mix the impersonal pronoun one with another pronoun in the same sentence. Two papers deal specifically with meteorological predicates. Another typological issue discussed is the putative correlation of the type of impersonal with the pro-drop parameter Holmberg ; Siewierska shows that though in Europe the correlation mostly holds, the theory linking the presence of specific impersonal pronouns to the requirement of overt subject can account neither for the exact distribution of man-impersonals nor for the very existence of 3pl-impersonals.
Full use is made of modern linguistic approaches, including theories and methodologies adopted in the study of psych-verbs in modern languages. The book also effectively draws on categorizations in the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary and harnesses the online Middle English Dictionary in a novel way, demonstrating that dictionary materials can tell us about early English syntax and semantics much more than has generally been assumed in the literature.
Brandt, M. You can use impersonal expressions to talk about how things are done according to custom, rule, or general consensus. As this phenomenon could not have resulted from sufficient prior experience, it suggests the role of universal grammar.
Middle English Verbs of Emotion and Impersonal Constructions: Verb Meaning and Syntax in Diachrony Ayumi Miura Abstract Impersonal constructions in the history of English form a puzzling category, in that there has been uncertainty as to why some verbs are attested in such constructions while others are not, even though they look almost synonymous.
Rennison eds. This book tackles this under-discussed question in one of the most popular topics of English historical syntax, with special reference to verbs of emotion in Middle English.
They are also regularly found in the Americas, particularly North America. It's very common to use the passive se to talk about inanimate non-living nouns. LambertCabredo Hofherr Abraham proposes to resolve this paradox by assuming that verbs of motion, being agentive, are unergative in their imperfective uses giving rise to impersonal passives, but are unaccusative in the passive resultative participles occurring in perfect constructions.
The paper contains a useful table p. Donohue and S. One [driver] pulled her car over to the side. Null objects can be understood as implicit anaphoric direct objects, that is, those whose referents can be understood from the prior or ongoing discourse context as well as sufficiently salient in that context not only to be encoded pronominallybut even to be entirely omitted.
When the pronoun one is used in the numerical sense, a different pronoun can be used subsequently to referring to the same entity.
What the editors, however, to my Impersonal constructions book have not done is to make the volume more coherent.This volume offers a much needed typological perspective on impersonal constructions, which are here viewed broadly as constructions lacking a referential subject. The contributions to this volume deal with all types of impersonality, namely constructions featuring nonagentive subjects, including those with experiential predicates (A-impersonals), presentational constructions with a notional.
In this book, Ayumi Miura tackles this under-discussed question with special reference to verbs of emotion in Middle English.
Through a careful study of the behaviour of impersonal and near-synonymous non-impersonal verbs, she identifies the factors that determined the presence, absence, and spread of impersonal usage with the verbs concerned.
Get this from a library! Impersonal si constructions: agreement and interpretation. [Roberta D'Alessandro] -- "This book is a research monograph on impersonal si Impersonal constructions book (ISC) in Italian within the Minimalist program framework.
The Impersonal constructions book offers a new point of view on ISCs, providing a new set of data.Get pdf from a library!
Impersonal constructions: a cross-linguistic perspective. [A L Malʹchukov; Anna Siewierska;] -- "This volume offers a much needed typological perspective on impersonal constructions, which are here viewed broadly as constructions lacking a .Dec 11, · PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL PASSIVE ACTIVE VOICE They say women live longer than men.
They download pdf she is writing a book It is thought she is writing a book She is thought to be writing a book PRSENT PERFECT?
They think she has written a book She is thought to have written a book Impersonal constructions (it_is_said alv Personal and.The chapter then discusses the meaning of the term impersonal, the development ebook impersonal expressions in English, explanations for the diachronic development of impersonal expressions, changes affecting the relationship between subject and object, what motivates language change, and a cognitive-functional perspective on language change.