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Issues in morphosyntax

by Peter Ackema

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Published by Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Structural Linguistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter Ackema.
    SeriesLinguistik aktuell -- 26
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 313 p. ;
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19325044M
    ISBN 109027227470

    Describing morphosyntax: A guide for field linguists the book enables the field worker to put the data in the. issues and topics of debate from the wide field of construction grammar. The Author: Marian Klamer.   Although the contributors to this book do not belong to one particular school of linguistic theory, they all share an interest in the external functions of language in society and in the relationship between these functions and internal linguistic phenomena. In this sense they all take a functional approach to grammatical :

    Define Morphosyntactic. Morphosyntactic synonyms, Morphosyntactic pronunciation, Morphosyntactic translation, English dictionary definition of Morphosyntactic. n. 1. The study of grammatical categories or linguistic units that have both morphological and syntactic properties. 2. The set of rules that govern. The Morphosyntax-Phonology Connection Locality and Directionality at the Interface Edited by Vera Gribanova and Stephanie S. Shih. Addresses a core question regarding the structure of linguistic systems: how much access do the grammatical components - syntax, morphology and phonology - .

    Arabic Second Language Acquisition of Morphosyntax Book Description: While the demand for Arabic classes and preparation programs for Arabic language teachers has increased, there is a notable gap in the field of linguistic research on learning Arabic as a second language. Morphosyntax of Verb Movement discusses the phenomenon of Dutch, present in many Germanic languages, that the finite verb is fronted in main clauses but not in embedded clauses. The theoretical framework adopted is the so-called Minimalist Program of Chomsky (), the latest developmental stage of generative : $


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Get this from a library. Issues in morphosyntax. [Peter Ackema] -- This text addresses issues in morphosyntax. It covers areas including: noun incorporation; the morphosyntax of periphrastic participal constructions; derivation of lexical integrity; and mismatches.

Of particular interest to morphologists and syntacticians Issues in Morphosyntax aims to contribute to the discussion on the question whether there exists a separate morphological module in the grammar, distinct from the other modules, with special focus on the connection of morphology with syntax.

Of particular interest to morphologists and syntacticians Issues in Morphosyntax aims to contribute to the discussion on the question whether there exists a separate morphological module in the grammar, distinct from the other modules, with special focus on the connection of morphology with syntax.

The view that is defended is that morphological operations do not take place in syntax, but that Pages: Issues in Russian Morphosyntax was the second of Slavica’s three noteworthy collections of articles on Slavic syntax.

In his introduction to this reissue, Slavica director George Fowler writes that this title contains a number of rich articles that were essential in the formation of his morphosyntactic mirovozrenie. Slavica would like to express its sincere thanks to Michael Flier and.

Issues in Russian Morphosyntax (UCLA Slavic Studies) [Flier, Michael S., Brecht, Richard D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Issues in Russian Morphosyntax (UCLA. Of particular interest to morphologists and syntacticians Issues in Morphosyntax aims to contribute to the discussion on the question whether there exists a separate morphological module in the grammar, distinct from the other modules, with special focus on the connection of morphology with syntax.

The view that is defended is that morphological operations do not take place in syntax Cited by: Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual itemFormat: Hardcover.

Morphosyntax moves one beyond morphology and concerns the structure of morphemes and how they can be represented hierarchically, just like words are in syntax. Hope that helps. February 15th, Issues in Zulu Verbal Morphosyntax by Leston Chandler Buell Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics University of California, Los Angeles, Professor Hilda Koopman, Chair This dissertation explores diverse issues in Zulu verbal morphosyntax assuming both a close correspondence between morphology and syntax and a restrictive theory of.

Originally designed for those becoming field linguists, this book is a tremendous resource for those wanting to learn about the nitty-gritty details of morphology, syntax, grammar, etc. Starting at basic concepts and good explanations of what morphology is and how it can be used to study language, rapidly a clear picture emerges of how the different parts of language hang together/5.

This text addresses issues in morphosyntax. It covers areas including: noun incorporation; the morphosyntax of periphrastic participal constructions; derivation of lexical integrity; and mismatches between morphosyntax and morphophonology. The book proposes a new formal framework that models cross-linguistic and cross-constructional variation in noun modification constructions.

The framework it offers enables readers to explicitly map word structure to syntactic structure, providing new insights into, and impacting upon, all current theoretical models of grammar. (There is a book on the corner.) Jest kniga na stolje.

(There is a book on the table.) There isn’t a book on the table. Eyn sefer al ha shulxan. (There is not a book on the table.) Kösede bir kahve yok. (There is not a book on the corner) Njet knigi na stolje.

(There is not a book on the table.) There was a book on the table. Haya sefer al. Current estimates are that around 3, of the 6, languages now spoken may become extinct during the next century.

Some 4, of these existing languages have never been described, or described only inadequately. This book is a guide for linguistic fieldworkers who wish to write a description of the morphology and syntax of one of these many under-documented languages.4/5(6).

Broadly, I am interested in how to represent and understand language as a computational system. As an academic, I investigated this frontier through typological and theoretical investigations of morphology and syntax (aka morphosyntax, hence the domain name). Now, I have developing interests in how humans and computers can communicate with one.

The Type and Frequency of Morphosyntax Errors in Children’s Narratives by Jennifer Lynn Lockhart A subsample of children who originally participated in a larger study (Tomblin et al., ) was examined for type and frequency of morphological noun and verb errors in oral and written narratives in 2nd and 4th grade.

Each child represented Author: Jennifer Lynn Lockhart. Children described as poor comprehenders (PCs) have reading comprehension difficulties in spite of adequate word reading abilities. PCs are known to display weakness with semantics and higher-level aspects of oral language, but less is known about their grammatical skills, Cited by:   Morphosyntax is another word for grammar.

Grammar can be divided into morphology and logy is the study of words and their rules of formation. And syntax is the study of sentences and their rules of formation. Essentially, morphology and syntax are studies of the same thing – formation rules of a language – but at differing “levels”.

By calling it by the transparent term. There is a new (enlarged) edition of the same material in the four volume course book from See a) Veselovská, English Morphology b) Veselovská, English Morphosyntax c.

This book presents a new cross-linguistic analysis of gender and its effects on morphosyntax. It addresses questions including the syntactic location of gender features; the role of natural gender; and the relationship between syntactic gender features and Pages: In linguistics, morphology (/ m ɔːr ˈ f ɒ l ə dʒ i /) is the study of words, how they are formed, and their relationship to other words in the same language.

It analyzes the structure of words and parts of words, such as stems, root words, prefixes, and logy also looks at parts of speech, intonation and stress, and the ways context can change a word's pronunciation and.Introduction to Linguistics I English Morphosyntax I.

Morphology Words, morphemes, and allomorphs Words can be decomposed into smaller meaningful elements that linguists call morphemes. car-s re-consider over-general-iz-ation A morpheme is the smallest linguistic unit that has meaning or a grammatical Size: KB.