4 edition of Case marking and reanalysis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -499) and index.
|Statement||Cynthia L. Allen.|
|LC Classifications||PE1221 .A45 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 509 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||94043912|
Free Online Library: On the relationship between grammaticalization and reanalysis.(Report) by "Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: international review of English Studies"; Literature, writing, book reviews Languages and linguistics Construction grammar Analysis Grammaticality (Linguistics) Sentence structure Syntactic movement. The range of languages covered is impressive - chapters 4 and 5, in particular, are veritable treasure troves (One of the few imperfections being the lack of translations in table on Archi case marking and table on Yuwaalaray case marking). Another merit of the book is that it is theoretically unbiased.
Case Marking and Reanalysis: Grammatical Relations from Old English underwent sweeping changes to its inflectional system in the Middle English period and it is widely assumed that the loss of case-marking distinctions had profound consequences for the syntax of the : This book provides an overview of recent psycholinguistic and theoretical investigations on the interplay between structural syntactic relations and role semantics. The focus herein lies on the interaction of case marking and word order with semantic prominence features, such as animacy and definiteness.
This chapter discusses the rise of to-infinitival Exceptional Case-Marking (ECM) constructions as in, He believes the results to be unscientific, in late Middle English. It argues that a distinction should be made between the construction after verbs like want (I want you to do it), which appears to arise out of a reanalysis of the to-infinitive as THEME with verbs of commanding and permitting Author: Bettelou Los. Case Marking and Grammatical Relations in Polynesian it attempts to specify what counts as evidence in syntactic reconstruction and how syntactic reanalysis progresses. It therefore represents a first step toward a general theory of syntactic change. Because while you are reading a book mainly book entitled Case Marking and Grammatical.
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At that time, I had no idea that my investigations into where formal hit subjects were required in Old English would develop into a book on the relationship between the loss of case-marking morphology and the 'reanalysis' of grammatical relations in English. English underwent sweeping changes to its inflectional system in the Middle English period and it is widely assumed that the loss of case-marking distinctions had profound consequences for the syntax of the language.
Allen here makes a detailed study of these changes, questioning the results of previous analyses which, she argues, posit too direct a link between the morphological Case marking and reanalysis book syntactic.
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[Cynthia L Allen]. Buy Case Marking and Reanalysis: Grammatical Relations from Old to Early Modern English by Cynthia L Allen online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions. Case Marking and Grammatical Relations in Polynesian makes an outstanding contribution to both Polynesian and historical linguistics.
It is at once a reference work describing Polynesian syntax, an investigation of the role of grammatical relations in syntax, and a discussion of ergativity, case marking, and other areas of syntactic diversity in Polynesian. The remainder of the book is devoted to describing and explaining the historical changes that took place in the experiencer verbs and related constructions.
Documented in Ch. 5, 'The loss of case marking' (), is a very precise and detailed chronology of the decay of the nominal inflectional system over the course of the twelfth and thir. Chapter 9 Changes in Case Marking in NP: From Old English to Middle English Cynthia L.
Allen 1. Introduction I Two major questions that have been discussed in the extensive recent literature concerning case marking from a synchronic point of view are: (1) What types of case-marking systems are found in human languages, and how can we explain the apparent non-existence of some conceivable types Cited by: 1.
Cynthia L. Allen,Case marking and reanalysis: grammatical relations from Old to early Modern English. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Pp. xviii+Author: Ans Van Kemenade. Research output: Contribution to Journal › Book/Film/Article review › Professional TY - JOUR T1 - - [Review of: C.L.
Allen () Case Marking and Reanalysis]Author: A.M.C. van Kemenade. Cynthia L. Allen, Case marking and reanalysis: grammatical relations from Old to early Modern English. Oxford: Clarendon Press, I PP. xviii + Reviewed by ANS VAN KEMENADE, HIL/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam This book presents extensive and careful documentation of the history of.
In the s and s, grammaticalization research brought forth a number of intriguing proposals concerning the directionality of extension and change between case functions, i.e. semantic roles. One of these proposals, by Heine et al.
(), consisted in a single unidirectional chain of increasing grammaticalization of case functions, advancing from the spatial domain via an.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Case Marking and Grammatical Relations in Polynesian by Sandra Chung (Trade Paper) at the best online prices at. The aim of this paper is to present the process of functional reanalysis that took place in the adjectival systems of West Midland and Southwestern dialects.
The process is manifested in the interplay between case and gender marking, which is regarded as an intermediate stage in the process of adjectival disintegration in Early Middle English.
Accusative case marking, which unambiguously identifies the initial inanimate NP (kitāb-ko) as a P argument, is optional for inanimates in Hindi in that it is only used to mark definite or specific entities (i.e.
while kitāb refers to ‘a book’, kitāb-ko refers to ‘the book’ or ‘a particular book’). Thus, while the initial NP was Cited by: Phrasal suffixation can potentially build a structure that is not derived by phrase structure rules. The author's hypothesis immediately predicts that in order for the alternating case marking patterns to exist for one predicate, the predicate must be morphologically complex in order for the base for reanalysis to : Yoko Sugioka.
This book examines the evidence for the development of adnominal genitives (the knight's sword, the nun's priest's tale, etc.) in English. During the Middle English period the genitive inflection -es developed into the more clitic-like 's, but how, when, why, and over how long a time are unclear, and have been subject to considerable research and discussion.
Cynthia L.Lingua 60 () 41 North-Holland Publishing Company A CASE MARKING CONSTRAINT Anuradha SAKSENA* Santa Monica, CA, USA Received June This paper discusses a case marking (c.m.) constraint in Hindi that questions whether sentence expansion rules can appropriately be stated in terms of deep structure categories by: 2.
Camille Queen, Rosalie Nardi and Alexina Hicks Case Introduction Finnish is a language with extensive case; there are fifteen cases in standard Finnish, and more are found in some non-standard dialects. All of these are categorized into 4 classes; grammatical, locative, essive and marginal case.
Case is always indicated as an inflectional suffix combining with.