Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Linguistik aktuell/Linguistics today -- v. 157|
|LC Classifications||P295 .F57 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9789027255402, 9789027288189|
|LC Control Number||2010007274|
Word-order change as a source of grammaticalisation. [Susann Fischer] -- This book presents a new perspective on the interaction between word-order and grammaticalisation by investigating the changes that stylistic fronting and oblique subjects have undergone in Romance. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. This book presents a new perspective on the interaction between word-order and grammaticalisation by more» investigating the changes that stylistic fronting and oblique subjects have undergone in Romance (Catalan, French, Spanish) as compared to Germanic (English, Icelandic).Book Edition: Hardcover Edition. Word-Order Change as a Source of Grammaticalisation. by Susann Fischer eBook: ISBN ISBN New not available: Used not available: Rentals not available: Digital not available: No copies of this book were found in stock from online book stores and marketplaces. Alert me when this book becomes available.
It argues that word order change understood as the linearization of word or constituent order alone is not grammaticalisation and suggests that these two are so often intertwined that their interdependence deserves close attention. It outlines examples of three sites in which word order changes can be said to be closely tied to grammaticalization: clause structure, argument structure, and modifier structure Cited by: 2. In the last chapter, we explored the insights into syntactic change which might be gained by operating within the confines of a formal model of grammar. Here, we shall consider syntactic change as part of an investigation into whether there are general laws which languages must obey, and whether such laws might somehow compel language-internal changes to proceed in a particular direction. Approaches to Word Order: Reports on Text Linguistics. Nils Erik Enkvist & Viljo Kohonen (eds.) - - Distribution, Tidningsbokhandeln. Word-Order Change as a Source of Grammaticalisation. The examples in (1) show, among other things, the importance of word order. for subject doubling: (1a) is an example of a subject doubling construction in a. sentence with inverted word order; (1b,c) are sentences with ‘regular’ subject-. verb word : Gunther De Vogelaer.
Meillet ( : ) briefly states that word order is grammatical and that word order change is an alternative way of grammaticalisation, a stance that has had few followers within mainstream grammaticalisation studies. Source: Canadian Journal of Linguistics 'As the fourth book in a new series by Cambridge University Press called Research Surveys in Linguistics, Lexicalization and Language Change by Laurel J. Brinton and Elizabeth Closs Traugott promises an up-to-date survey of literature on lexicalization. But the book is much more than that. Winfred P. Lehmann - - In Charles N. Li (ed.), Word Order and Word Order Change. University of Texas Press. pp. University of Texas Press. pp. Word-Order Change as a Source of by: Download PDF In Spanish book full free. In Spanish available for download and read online in other formats. Word-Order Change as a Source of Grammaticalisation. but that the word-order change sets off grammaticalisation in the functional categories, which .