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Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and syntax. This volume focuses on the mapping from morphosyntactic structures to event structure, and in particular the constraints on possible mappings. Apr 22, 2010 · Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon. Complex Predicates: Cross-linguistic Perspectives on Event Structure. Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and syntax. First published Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press, Cambridge A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Complex predicates: cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure /[edited by] Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, Mark Harvey.

Complex predicates: cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. [Mengistu Amberber; Brett J Baker; Mark Harvey;] -- "Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and. Complex Predicates Complex predicates are multi-predicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for pro- posed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and syntax. Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. Book. Jan 2010; M. Amberber; Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven. Complex Predicates - edited by Mengistu Amberber April 2010. Introduction to the jungle. This is a revised and updated version of Butt 2003, which noted that the study of light verbs and complex predicates is fraught with dangers and misunderstandings that go beyond the merely terminological. While complex verbs are well attested in Australian languages and elsewhere, in MalakMalak two systems of multi-verb constructions combine in a typologically rare setup: First, complex predicates consist of an uninflecting open-classed coverb and an inflecting verb IV of a closed class of six.

60 Eva Schultze-Berndt and Nikolaus P. Himmelmann Thus, in 1, both left and angry predicate on George the second predicative relation is indicated by co-indexing.1 1 George i left the party angry i These two predicates differ with regard to a number of features. Most impor-tantly, left is a finite verb form while angry is an adjectival predicate which. Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker & Mark Harvey eds., Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Pp. viii322. Reviewed by EVA SCHULTZE-BERNDT, University of Manchester The contributions to this volume, all based on careful examination of data from a.

Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, Mark Harvey. Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, Mark Harvey pp. 205-211. Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon. many features with complex predicates. “A complex predicate involves a two or more predi-cational elements, b which jointly predicate, and c occur wihin a monoclausal structure i.e. there is a single subject” Butt, 2010, 48. An SVC, on the other hand, “is a sequence of verbs which act together as a single predicate, without any. May 13, 2020 · Rice, Keren. 2000. Morpheme Order and Semantic Scope: Word Formation in the Athapaskan Verb. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Rice, Keren. 2010. Activity incorporates in some Athabaskan languages. In Complex Predicates: Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on Event Structure, edited by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, and Mark Harvey, pp. 135–166.

Argument realisation in complex predicates and complex events at the syntax-semantic interface. Brian Nolan Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown,. 2006 Serial verb constructions in typological perspective. A Cross-linguistic Typology [Explorations in Linguistic Typology 2]. In Complex Predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure ed. by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, & Mark Harvey, 110-134. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 4. Ratliff, Martha. 2003. Hmong secret languages: themes and variations. In Language. This volume examines the syntactic variation of complex events, complex predicates and multi-verb constructions within a single clause where the clause is view as representing a single event, studying their semantics and syntax within functional, cognitive and constructional frameworks, to arrive at a better understanding of their cross linguistic behaviour and how they resonate in syntax. AmberberMengistu, BakerBrett & HarveyMark eds., Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Pp. viii322. Prepositions contribute to the schematic meanings in Persian complex predicates. Based on the Concept Structuring System Talmy 2000, we argue that since the light verb and preverbal noun belong to different subsystems, they fulfill distinctive conceptual dimensions of the semantic representation. The preverbal noun, belonging to the open class system provides the content meaning, while the.

Complex predicates, eventivity, and causative-inchoative.

Complex predicates: cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, pp. 48-78. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, pp.. He is the author of Verb Classes and Transitivity in Amharic Lincom Studies in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics, 2002, and editor of The Language of Memory in a Cross-linguistic Perspective in Human Cognitive Processing, volume 21, John Benjamins, 2007, and co-editor of: Language Universals and Variation Praeger, 2002, Competition and Variation. Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and syntax. This volume focuses on the mapping from morphosyntactic structures to event structure, and in particular the constraints on possible mappings. The volume showcases the 'coverb construction.

other Northern Australian languages with similar types of complex predicates. In §7.2, the nature of Jaminjung coverbs, generic verbs, and complex verbs is examined from a cross-linguistic perspective, in order to clarify what is really distinctive about this language, and what reflects cross-linguistic. This paper presents a novel perspective on the complex structure of predicate signs, addressing the mapping between semantic components of events and their overt morphophonological representa- tions in ASL the Event Visibility Hypothesis, and suggests that fundamental similarities across SLs may be related to these structural pieces. From a cross-linguistic perspective phrasal predicates of the sort illustrated above represent only one type of predicate whose pieces are expressed by syntactically independent elements. For example, there has been an enormous amount of research into causative constructions suggesting that causatives expressed by a single complex wordform, i.e.

The minimal assumption about event structure that we will need is that state and activity predicates denote simple events, and that telic predicates achievements and accomplishments denote complex events consisting of an activity leading to a change of state Rappaport Hovav and Levin 1998. All. A coverb is a word or prefix that resembles a verb or co-operates with a verb. In languages that have the serial verb construction, coverbs are a type of word that shares features of verbs and prepositions.A coverb takes an object or complement and forms a phrase that appears in sequence with another verb phrase in accordance with the serial construction. The use of pa - results in three different constructions. First, a construction with a single verbal predicate in which pa - is fused with the base verb expressing the cause and caused events. Second, the pa- derived verb requires a lexical verb to precede it resulting in an SVC. Thus, the events profiled are arranged into separate components. Argument structure, a fundamental concept in modern linguistics, represents syntactically relevant information about arguments in relation to their head predicate. This includes information such as the arity/valence, transitivity and argument types e.g., direct/core vs. obliques, and relative structural prominence of the predicate. While its precise conception and representation vary across. 2010 Complex predicates in Wambaya: detaching predicate composition from syntactic structure. Complex Predicates: Cross-linguistic Perspectives on Event Structure, ed. by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker & Mark Harvey, 237–258.

item_id Publication Date Title Authors Date Added; 2010: Complex predicate formation: Baker, Brett; Harvey, Mark: 10-Aug-2010: 2010: Complex Predicates: Cross-linguistic Perspectives on Event Structure. [Extract] Complex predicates, subsuming what are known as particle'say' verbs, compound verbs, and ideophonic constructions are widely attested in the Ethiopian Cushitic, Omotic, and Semitic languages. They are reported for Amharic Leslau 1945, 1995; see also Amberber, this volume, Awngi Hetzron 1969, Bench Rapold 2006, Hamar Lydall 2000 Qafar Hayward 1994, SomaliDhoorre and Tosco. In Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker and Mark Harvey Ed., Complex predicates: Cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure pp. 167–236 Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. Laughren, Mary, Pensalfini, Rob and Mylne, Tom 2005. Accounting for. Complex predicates: cross-linguistic perspectives on event structure. Book Author. edited by Mengistu Amberber, Brett Baker, and Mark Harvey. Call Number. P281.C593 2010. Country. Laos. Topic. P: Philology/Linguistics. Complement clause types and complementation strategy in White Hmong.

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