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microstructure of lexicon-grammar interaction

a study of "Gold" in English and Arabic

by Leila Behrens

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Published by Lincom Europa in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semantics, Comparative.,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Nominals.,
  • English language -- Grammar, Comparative -- Arabic.,
  • Arabic language -- Grammar, Comparative -- English.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-307).

    StatementLeila Behrens & Hans-Jürgen Sasse.
    SeriesLINCOM studies in theoretical linguistics -- 32
    ContributionsSasse, Hans-Jürgen, 1943-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP325.5.C6 B45 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 307 p. ;
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19876669M
    ISBN 10389586871X

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      Abstract In this article, I will investigate genericity from a cross-linguistic perspective. After discussing some methodological and theoretical problems involved in this task, I will present a multidimensional approach, arguing that it is necessary to factor apart different types of information involved in the notion of genericity. In current generative linguistic theory, a speaker of a natural human language possesses a language faculty that includes a lexicon: a set of language-specific input forms, and a grammar: a set of constraints or rules that derive the surface or output forms of the language from a structured combination of input forms. In Optimality Theory (Prince & Smolensky ()), output forms are Cited by: 9.


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By Leila Behrens and Hans-Jürgen Sasse. Munich: LINCOM Europa, Pp. vi, ISBN X. €Author: Alan S. Kaye. Analogy: the relation between lexicon and grammar LINCOM studies in theoretical linguistics Volume of Languages of the world: Materials: Author: Iwona Kraska: Publisher: Lincom Europa, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects: Analogy (Linguistics.

to the dynamic character of lexicon-grammar interaction, analogical changes are not only interpretable, but to some extent predictable from historical and synchronic data.

I would like to deeply thank all my colleagues from the Department of African Languages and Cultures at Warsaw University for their support when this work was being written. Language, a journal of the and book reviews on all aspects microstructure of lexicon-grammar interaction book linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical linguistics.

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An introduction to Grammar: Syntax and the Lexicon 1 # #Introduction. We start this page with the hypothesis that the lexicon is initially underspecified: that some features may be NIL (not specified as either plus or minus).

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Semantics and the Lexicon in Modern Linguistics Igor Mel’čuk In the article, main features of the Meaning–Text linguistic theory are outlined. The specific and very important role of the formalized lexicon is stressed. Samples of level-specific representations of the meaning under development are given with short explanations.

InEisenbrauns published the highly-regarded two-volume Phonologies of Asia and Africa, edited by Alan Kaye with the assistance of Peter T. Daniels, and the book rapidly became the standard reference for the phonologies of the Afro-Asiatic languages. The unique behaviors of emotional (or psychological) predicates have long been studied as a central issue in developing theoretical accounts for the interaction of lexical semantics and argument realization (cf.

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A lexicon is the collection of words—or the internalized dictionary—that every speaker of a language has. It is also called lexis. Lexicon may also refer to a stock of terms used in a particular profession, subject or style.

The word itself is the Anglicized version of the Greek word "lexis" (which means "word" in Greek).Author: Richard Nordquist. A lexicon, word-hoard, wordbook, or word-stock is the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge (such as nautical or medical).In linguistics, a lexicon is a language's inventory of word "lexicon" derives from the Greek λεξικόν (lexicon), neuter of λεξικός (lexikos) meaning "of or for words.".

Linguistic theories generally regard human languages as. separately acknowledged and no book can be returned to the publisher. Note especially that by accepting a book the Editor implies no promise that it will be reviewed in this Leila, and Hans-Jirgen Sasse. The microstructure of lexicon-grammar-interaction: A study of 'gold' in English and Arabic.

Munich: LINCOM Europa. Bhat, D. Early acquisition of verb grammar and lexical development: Evidence from periphrastic constructions in French and Austrian German. First Language 24(1): 33– The Microstructure of Lexicon-Grammar Interaction: A Study of ‘Gold’ in English and Arabic.

Munich: Lincom Europa. Munich: Lincom Europa. Find this resource. A lexicon-grammar is constituted ot the elementary sentences of a language. Instead of considering words as basic syntactic units to which grammatical information is attached, we use simple sentences (subject-verb-objects) as dictionary entries, Hence, s full dictionary item is a simple sentence with a description of the.

Lexicon-grammar is a model of syntax limited to the elementary sentences of a natural language. We present its main theoretical features, mostly inferred from large-scale empirical studies aimed at obtaining a large coverage of French.

French is the earliest application, but other studies, in varied languages, have also been performed (cf. 5). 1.The first book, Meyer, Streeck, and Jordan's () co‐edited Intercorporeality, explores the consequences of being a body in a world of other such bodies, versus the cognitivist vision of.A Selection of references in English about Lexicon-Grammars, by Éric Laporte.

Leclère, Christian. "The lexicon-grammar of French verbs: a syntactic database", in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Linguistic Informatics, Kawaguchi Y. et alii (eds.), UBLI, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, pp.

Nakamura, Takuya.