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Approaches to the typology of word classes
|Series||Empirical approaches to language typology -- 23|
|Contributions||Hrsg.: Vogel, Petra M.|
The three volumes of Language typology and syntactic description offer a unique survey of syntactic and morphological structure in the languages of the world. Topics covered include parts of speech; passives; complementation; relative clauses; adverbial clauses; inflectional morphology; tense; aspect and mood; and deixis. The major ways these notions are realized u=in the languages of the. The first chapter presents a discussion of current issues in the categorization of word classes, focusing in particular on the idea that the traditional set of categories needs to be revised or expanded with ‘flexible word classes’, which cover functions that are typically associated with two or more of the traditional word classes (verb, noun, and adjective).Author: Eva Van Lier.
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: Approaches to the Typology of Word Classes (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology, 23) (): Vogel, Petra M., Comrie, Bernard: BooksFormat: Hardcover.
This text approaches word classes and their categorial manifestations from the perspective of typology and language universals research. The authors in this volume discuss word class categorization in general (Part I), as well as word classes and word class systems of individual languages (Part II) from a typological-universal viewpoint and.
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Approaches to the Typology of Word Classes: Petra M. Vogel: /5(1). This text approaches word classes and their categorial manifestations from the perspective of typology and language universals research. The authors in this volume discuss word class categorization in general (Part I), as well as word classes and word class systems of individual languages (Part II) from a typological-universal viewpoint and from diachronic and cross-linguistic perspectives.
Download Approaches to the Typology of Word Classes or any other file from Books category. HTTP download also available at fast speeds. Approaches to the Typology of Word Classes Vogel, P. & Comrie, B.,Berlijn-New York: De Gruyter Mouton. Research output: Book/Report › Book › AcademicCited by: adjectives and members of other major word classes (verbs, nouns) or the language simply lacks a distinct class of adjectives, in which case other means are used to express adjectival notions (like a relative clause headed by a stative verb or an ad-nominal NP headed by an abstract noun).
This is clearly shown in the typology of. Buy (ebook) Approaches to the Typology of Word Classes by Bernard Comrie, Petra M. Vogel, eBook format, from the Dymocks online bookstore.
This text approaches word classes and their categorial manifestations from the perspective of typology and language universals research. The authors discuss word class categorization in general, as well as word classes and word class systems of individual languages.
The most important approaches to word classes based on the first three prerequisites are addressed. The article also deals with the distinction between content words and function words. It then takes up the discussion of the universal status of the noun/verb distinction by integrating the fourth prerequisite.
Word Classes and Parts of Speech. Plank F Word classes in typology: recommended readings Tongan has been classified as a 'flexible' language by various typological approaches on word Author: Martin Haspelmath. Language typology identifies similarities and differences among languages of the world.
This textbook provides an introduction to the subject which assumes minimal prior knowledge of linguistics. It offers the broadest coverage of any introductory book, including sections on historical change, language acquisition, and language : Edith A.
Moravcsik. porary prototype theory of word classes. One of the problems with his model is that it is based on English word classes. For further critical assessment of Aarts’s theory, see Croft () and Smith (). OUP UNCORRECTED PROOF – FIRST PROOF, 15/4/, SPi Linguistic typology and grammatical theory 3.
normal subjects display no word class effect, the aphasics demonstrate a major effect for word class during sentence processing [ ]. Thus, open class word s are consistently responded to more rapidly than closed class words for these subjects.” (Swinney et al.
) • d) Word-classes distinct in mental processes, shown byFile Size: KB. In Interrogativity: A colloquium on the grammar, typology and pragmatics of questions in seven diverse languages, Cleveland, Ohio, October 5th May 3rdGivón, T.
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The idea for this book arose in when I was coteaching a course titled “Grammar II” at the University of North Dakota.
That course was taught to a mixed class of undergraduate and graduate students and was designed to cover the basics of typology, the basics of discourse, and the basics of Relational Grammar, all in the span of 10 weeks.
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Linguistic typology (or language typology) is a field of linguistics that studies and classifies languages according to their structural and functional features. Its aim is to describe and explain the common properties and the structural diversity of the world's languages. Its subdisciplines include, but are not limited to: qualitative typology, which deals with the issue of comparing.The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Typology - edited by Alexandra Y.
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A third widely used strategy for the comparative study of social systems is the typology approach. The roots of this approach can be found in Weber's ideal type ideal type is an analytical construct.
It is an abstraction formed from the elements of a given phenomenon (e.g. ‘democracy’ as a political system) but it does not correspond to any real or.