4 edition of Studies in the morpho-syntax of Greek found in the catalog.
Studies in the morpho-syntax of Greek
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Artemis Alexiadou.|
|LC Classifications||PA367 .S78 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 315 p.|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||2008425536|
I discuss the distribution of the suffixes -tos and -menos in Greek adjectival participles, and I propose that -tos is the default realization of the stativizing head Asp attaching at the root level (inner cycle) and -menos the default realization of Asp attaching above the little v head (outer cycle), following Embick’s () analysis of the distribution or ‘regular’ and ‘irregular. in the Greek idiom of Greek Americans in Chicago, USA. Her paper discusses some of the studies which compare Greek and English morpho-syntax, and how interference in morpho-syntax has been treated in the literature. Finally, she examines some of the most striking differences between Greek and English morpho-syntax and makes predictions about.
The morphosyntax of the periphrastic future under negation in Cypriot Greek. Jason Merchant and Natalia Pavlou. Journal of Greek Linguistics Spurious coordination in Vlach multiple wh-fronting. In Nicholas LaCara, Keir Moulton, and Anne-Michelle Tessier (eds.), A Schrift to Fest Kyle Johnson, Linguistics Open. In linguistics, morphology is the study of words, how they are formed, and their relationship to other words in the same language. It analyzes the structure of words and parts of words, such as stems, root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Morphology also looks at parts of speech, intonation and stress, and the ways context can change a word's pronunciation and meaning. Morphology differs from morphological typology.
This is the first ever comprehensive analysis of the morphosyntax and syntax of Septuagint Greek. The work is based on the most up-to-date editions of the Septuagint. The so-called Antiochene version of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles as well as Judges has been studied. The following chapters deal with the phonology and morphosyntax of Indo-European, Greek, Indo-Iranian and Tocharian. These are followed by a discussion of Germanic phonology, verb classes, verbal and nominal inflexion, and specific issues in English, German and Scandinavian by: 1.
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The volume presents a collection of papers of recent generative work on Modern Greek book is divided into three parts. Part I of the book deals with argument alternations, part II with clitics and part III with the syntax and semantics of free book will be interesting for scholars working on Greek but also in theoretical linguistics, as Studies in the morpho-syntax of Greek book exemplifies how the Author: Artemis Alexiadou.
The book will be interesting for scholars working on Greek but also in theoretical linguistics, as it exemplifies how the study of Greek feeds the development of generative issues discussed in the book are currently highly relevant for the development of a satisfactory theory of comparative syntax as well as the interface between syntax and morphology and syntax and semantics.
Workshop on the Morpho-syntax of Modern Greek organised by the editor of the volume and hosted at the University of Harvard during the LSA summer institute.
However, the book is independently structured and features a slightly modified set of contributors than the ones participating in that event.1 The book is divided into three parts. The volume presents a collection of papers of recent generative work on Modern Greek book is divided into three parts.
Part I of the book deals with argument alternations, part II with clitics and part III with the syntax and semantics of free book will be interesting for scholars working on Greek but also in theoretical linguistics, as it exemplifies how the. Studies in the Morpho-Syntax of Greek.
[Artemis Alexiadou;] -- The volume presents a collection of papers of recent generative work on Modern Greek morpho-syntax. The book is. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Studies in the morpho-syntax of Greek.
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There are detailed studies in the syntax and the semantics of relative clauses constructions in Latin, Ancient Greek, Romanian, Hindi, (Old) English, Old High German, (dialects of) Dutch, Turkish, Swedish, and Japanese. The book should be of interest to any linguist working within generative syntax.
This book is a guide for linguistic fieldworkers who wish to write a description of the morphology and syntax of one of the world's many underdocumented languages.
It offers readers who work through it one possible outline for a grammatical description, with many questions designed to help them address the key topics; and appendices offer guidance on text and elicited data, and on sample 4/5(6).
Introduction to Linguistics I English Morphosyntax I. Morphology Words, morphemes, and allomorphs Words can be decomposed into smaller meaningful elements that linguists call morphemes. car-s re-consider over-general-iz-ation A morpheme is the smallest linguistic unit that has meaning or a grammatical Size: KB.
There is a new (enlarged) edition of the same material in the four volume course book from See a) Veselovská, English Morphology b) Veselovská, English Morphosyntax c. This is the first ever comprehensive analysis of the morphosyntax and syntax of Septuagint Greek.
The work is based on the most up-to-date editions of the Septuagint. The so-called Antiochene version of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles as well as Judges has been studied.5/5(1). This book examines the cross-linguistic expression of changes of location or state, taking as a starting point Talmy's typological generalization that classifies languages as either 'satellite-framed' or 'verb-framed'.
In verb-framed languages, such as those of the Romance family, the result state or location is encoded in the verb. In satellite-framed languages, such as English or Latin, the. Request PDF | On the morphosyntax of quantificational adjectives in Modern Greek | In this paper, we examine the apparent lack of gender and number agreement in uses involving quantifying Author: Petros Karatsareas.
Morphosyntax is another word for grammar. Grammar can be divided into morphology and logy is the study of words and their rules of formation. And syntax is the study of sentences and their rules of formation.
Essentially, morphology and syntax are studies of the same thing – formation rules of a language – but at differing “levels”. By calling it by the transparent term.
Active, middle, and passive: the morpho-syntax of Voice Ca 23 the behavior of reflexives in English as opposed to Greek, building on Alexiadou & Schäfer ().
I will not deal with cross-linguistic differences in the domain of passives and anticausatives and. Book Notice in Language 79 by K. Grohmann. Review in Journal of Linguistics 39 by S. Markantonatou. Alexiadou, A In A.
Alexiadou (ed.) Studies in the Morpho-syntax of Greek. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, The Morphosyntax of Transitions: A Case Study in Latin and Other Languages (Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics Book 62) They are therefore analysed as weak satellite-framed languages, along with Ancient Greek and some varieties of Mandarin Chinese, and stand in contrast to strong satellite-framed languages such as English,Author: Víctor Acedo-Matellán.
professor of New Testament, University of Utrecht. Caragounis proposes that earlier and later forms of Greek are essential to a proper understanding of New Testament Greek. He rejects the current scholarly consensus of synchronic priority in favor of diachronic, holistic study of Greek Pages: In a detailed study with rich documentation, J.L.
García Ramón tackles the issue of the morphosyntax of the Greek middle/passive aorists in -η- and -θη- trying to detect the model according to which these formations took place in the : Georgios K.
Giannakis. The syntax of demonstratives in the Greek varieties of southern Italy and more broadly in diaspora Greek can serve as a case study of how long-term unbalanced contact can give rise to syntactic borrowing, shedding light on both necessary and sufficient formal conditions of contact-induced reanalysis and change.
Diachronically, Greek features adjective-like demonstratives.The Morphosyntax of Transitions: A Case Study in Latin and Other Languages.
This book examines the cross-linguistic expression of changes of location or state, taking as a starting point Talmy’s typological generalization that classifies languages as either ‘satellite-framed’ or ‘verb-framed’.
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