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Phrase structure andthe lexicon
Includesbibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Johan Rooryck and Laurie Zaring.|
|Series||Studies in natural language and linguistic theory -- 33|
|Contributions||Rooryck, Johan., Zaring, Laurie Ann, 1954-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 298p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
Multiword expressions (MWEs) are a challenge for both the natural language applications and the linguistic theory because they often defy the application of the machinery developed for free combinations where the default is that the meaning of an utterance can be predicted from its structure. There is a rich body of primarily descriptive work on MWEs for many European languages but comparative. 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.
This book is a research monograph that explores the implications of the strongest minimalist thesis from a antisymmetric perspective. Three empirical domains are investigated: nominal root compounds in German and English, nominal gerunds in English and their German counterparts and small clauses in Russian and : Severing the External Argument from its Verb Phrase Structure and the Lexicon () Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachusetts - AmherstCited by:
Let’s look at the structure of one of these sentences. First, the embedded clause, which could stand as a sentence in its own right — it has a tense feature in the T-head position. The complement to the T-head is, as always, a VP. In this clause, the verb is intransitive so it has no complements, and the entire phrase is made up of the word. textbook introduces the feature structure system of Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG, Pollard and Sag (), Sag et al. ()) which places strong emphasis on the role of lexical properties and the interactions among grammatical components. From Chapter 6 on, the book discusses major constructions of English within a holistic view.
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: Phrase Structure and the Lexicon (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory) (): J. Rooryck, Laurie Zaring: Books Skip to main content Try Prime. Three issues in this research program are investigated here: external arguments as arguments of functional projections (Kratzer), the specificity interpretation of clitics (Sportiche), and the interpretation of tense (Stowell).
In all three cases, phrase structure is put to Pages: Addressing the issue of phrase structure in another domain, Margaret Speas investigates the status of null pronominal objects in Navajo.
Following Rizzi (), she assumes that null pronouns must meet both a licensing and an identification condition. Three issues in this research program are investigated here: external arguments as arguments of functional projections (Kratzer), the specificity interpretation of clitics (Sportiche), and the interpretation of tense (Stowell).
In all three cases, phrase structure is put to use to derive interpretive effects. In all three cases, phrase structure is put to use to derive interpretive effects. Angelika Kratzer proposes that external arguments are not part of the verb. Preview this book»1/5(1).
Phrase Structure and the Lexicon - Ebook written by J. Rooryck, Laurie Zaring. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Phrase Structure and the Lexicon. Phrase Structure and the Lexicon Johan Rooryck, Laurie Zaring (auth.), Johan Rooryck, Laurie Zaring (eds.) V, ThemelPatients to the lowest specifier of V', and Agents to a position outside the minimal VP.
Again, thematic information is encoded in terms of configurational properties. V, ThemelPatients to the lowest specifier of V', and Agents to a position outside the minimal VP.
Again, thematic information is encoded in terms of configurational properties. Addressing the issue of phrase structure in another domain, Margaret Speas investigates the status of null pronominal objects in Navajo.
Following Rizzi (), she assumes that null pronouns must meet both a licensing. o The phrase structure rules provide the syntactic structure of the sentence and the lexicon provides the vocabulary. o Phrase structure rules provide precise statements about which trees are well-formed and which are ill-formed, with respect to such things as constituency and word order.
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Kratzer A. () Severing the External Argument from its Verb. In: Rooryck J., Zaring L. (eds) Phrase Structure and the Lexicon. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, vol Cited by: Lexicon yLexicon, lexis, vocabular y, dictionary yThese red terms are synonymous in lexicology and they all refer to total stock of words in a language.
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The relation between phrase structure and the lexicon has always been an area of prime concern in syntactic theory, but never more so than in the recently developed minimalist framework, where the lexicon is largely reduced to configurational and computational properties of the grammar.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: More specifically, she demonstrates that distributional restrictions on null pronominal objects in Navajo can be explained if it is assumed that null objects obey the identification condition expressed by the Generalized Control Rule of Huang ().
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★ One common way of defining the subject of a sentence S in English is as the noun phrase that is the child of S and the sibling of VP. Write a function that takes the tree for a sentence and returns the subtree.
Phrase structure rules The lexicon and subcategorization This book is an introduction to the basic concepts of syntax and syntactic analysis. Syntax is a central component of human language. Language has often been An introduction to syntax. The structure of lexical entries and grammatical constructions in Construction Grammar Kay & Fillmore, ).
This difficulty illustrates that although the lexicon is often thought of as consisting of a theoretically uninteresting repository of idiosyncra-sies (Di Sciullo & Williams, ), determining its components is not an easy task.
An introduction to Grammar: Syntax and the Lexicon We may start our grammar either with phrase structure rules (bottom down) or rule apply bottom up. Let's start with phrase structure rules. Actually, this system is ternary as opposed to binary. Binary implies a system of two lexicon, it stands to reason that the result of the process.Read Online Language Typology And Syntactic Description Volume 3 Grammatical Categories And The Lexicon and Download Language Typology And Syntactic Description Volume 3 Grammatical Categories And The Lexicon book full in PDF formats.
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