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Published by Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Frits Beukema, Marcel den Dikken.
SeriesLinguistik aktuell -- vol.30
ContributionsBeukema, Frits., Dikken, Marcel den.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,320p. ;
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18542133M
ISBN 109027227519

  Franks, Steven. (). "Clitics at the interface." In: Clitic Phenomena in European Languages, ed. Marcel den Dikken & Frits Beukema. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Reindl, Donald F. (). "Areal effects on the preservation and genesis of . This chapter surveys some of the substantive syntactic properties of the most widely studied class of clitics, those traditionally analysed as pronominals. It begins by examining the nature of (predicate-argument) agreement, comparing it with well-known phenomena arising in the analysis of special clitics. This requires an elaboration of the analysis of the Morphosyntactic Representations of.

oldest Indo-European languages (and thus, proto-Indo-European) occurred system- atically after the first word of the sentence, regardless of their grammatical function. ˘is notion of a special syntax for clitics later became part of the very definition ofFile Size: KB. Finnish (suomi or suomen kieli [ˈsuo̯meŋ ˈkie̯li]) is a Uralic language of the Finnic branch spoken by the majority of the population in Finland and by ethnic Finns outside Finland. Finnish, along with Swedish, is an official language of Finland; Finnish is also an official minority language in Sweden, both Standard Finnish and Meänkieli, its own language or a dialect of.

Most languages of Europe belong to the Indo-European language family. Out of a total population of million (as of ), some 94% are native speakers of an Indo-European language; within Indo-European, the three largest phyla are Romance, Germanic, and Slavic with more than million speakers each, between them accounting for close to 90% of Europeans.   Object agreement is the realization of phi features on v, whereas clitic doubling is often analyzed as the movement of a D head in order to attach to a verb. In principle, these two phenomena are distinct, but in practice they can be difficult to distinguish. In this paper, I take up the issue for the Amharic object marker, a morpheme that co-varies with the phi features of an internal by:


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Book: All Authors / Contributors: F H Notes: Rev. papers first presented at the Workshop on "Clitic Phenomena in English and Other European Languages," which was held during the Fourth Conference of the European Society for the Study of English, Sept.at Lajos Kossuth University in Debrecen, Hungary; with one additional.

Get this from a library. Clitic phenomena in European languages. [F H Beukema; Marcel den Dikken;] -- This book is concerned with a number of central issues in the theory of clitics, a topic that has become much debated in recent years.

Mainly written within a recent generative framework, its. This book is concerned with a number of central issues in the theory of clitics, a topic that has become much debated in recent years.

Mainly written within a recent generative framework, its contrastive approach discusses these issues against the background of a number of European languages, among which the Balkan Slavic languages figure :   Clitic Phenomena in European Languages (review) Clitic Phenomena in European Languages (review) Luis, Ana R.

BOOK NOTICES of references are recommended for the researcher who needs a starting point for further research and for the general reader that is interested in the history, structure, and modern status of the Celtic languages. Entdecken Sie "Clitic Phenomena in European Languages" Clitic phenomena in European languages book Beukema Frits Beukema und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler.

This book is concerned with a number of central issues in the theory of clitics, a topic that has become much debated in recent years. Mainly written within a recent generative framework, its contrastive approach discusses these issues against the background of a number of.

"One interesting property of clitics that differentiates them from other affixes is that while an affix will be limited to attaching to a stem that is a particular type of lexical category, such as a verb, a clitic is not so can attach to entire phrases or even words with other clitics.

Consider the English possessive clitic 's and verbal clitic 've in the following examples (which Author: Richard Nordquist. This list is based on CrossRef data as of 14 april Please note that it may not be complete.

Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Clitics at the interface: an introduction to Clitic Phenomena in European Languages. In Beukema, Frits, and den Dikken, Marcel (eds.), Clitic Phenomena in European Languages. Linguistik Aktuell Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp.

1–Cited by: Welcome to e-content platform of John Benjamins Publishing Company. Here you can find all of our electronic books and journals, for purchase and download or subscriber access. Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today (LA) provides a platform for original monograph studies into synchronic and diachronic linguistics.

Studies in LA confront empirical and theoretical problems as these are currently discussed in syntax, semantics, morphology, phonology, and systematic pragmatics with the aim to establish robust empirical generalizations within a universalistic perspective.

*Parts of this article were presented at the Workshop on Clitic Phenomena in English and other European Languages (Debrecen), University of Novi Sad, 5 th Central European Summer School (Debrecen), 3 rd Conference on Formal Approaches to South Slavic and Balkan Languages at.

The first book to cover the grammar of clitics from all points of view, including their phonology, morphology, and syntax, and the first comprehensive survey of clitic phenomena for twenty years. Written with exceptional clarity and based on a course given to graduate students.

John Benjamins Publishing, p. ISBN 90 9 EUR 1 7 US. The papers included in this volume were first presented at the workshop on Clitic Phenomena in English and Other European Languages, which was held during the fourth conference of. The range of languages whose data is discussed in the book is also impressive.

tackled with, and outlines the main theoretical claims of the book. Chapter 2 ('What is a Clitic?') is devoted to the rigorous definition of (eds.) Clitic Phenomena in European Languages, p. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Bošković, Željko () On the. Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching Linguistics.

This book contains fourteen articles that reflect current ideas on the phonology, morphology, and syntax of clitics. It covers the forms and functions of clitics in various typologically diverse languages and presents data from, e.g. European Portuguese, Macedonian, and Yoruba. It extensively deals with the prosodic structure of clitics, their morphological status, clitic placement, and clitic 4/5(1).

This book, derived from the acclaimed Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World's Ancient Languages, describes the ancient languages of Europe, for the convenience of students and specialists working in that area.

Each chapter of the work focuses on an individual language or, in some instances, a set of closely related varieties of a language.5/5(1). In 'Clitics at the interface: an introduction to Clitic phenomena in European languages' (I), Steven Franks uses a variation of Optimality Theory to account for clitic positioning, primarily in Slavic.

He assumes that the syntax is derivational (part of 'Gen'), in which clitics are often multiply copied. to hold cross-linguistically. In section 1 I examine the clitic system of Serbo-Croatian (SC), a second-position-clitic language. In section 2 I turn * Parts of this article were presented at the Workshop on Clitic Phenomena in English and other European Languages (Debrecen), University of Novi Sad, the.

Description: This book contains fourteen articles that reflect current ideas on the phonology, morphology, and syntax of clitics.

It covers the forms and functions of clitics in various typologically diverse languages and presents data from, e.g. European Portuguese, Macedonian, and Yoruba. The complex pattern of clitic-placement in Modern European Portuguese (henceforth EP) tensed sentences has long been noticed and discussed in the framework of Generative Grammar.Most of the languages in the european languages list are easy to remember.

For instance, of course Bulgarian is spoken in Bulgaria. And Romanian is the official language in Romania etc. But it is difficult regarding the countries where they use other languages than their own. Thanks for .Frits Beukema & Marcel den Dikken (eds.), Clitic phenomena in European languages (Linguistik aktuell}Linguistics Today 30).

Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Pp. x› Reviewed by Loren A. Billings, Providence University This volume consists of ten papers. Most were presented at the workshop ‘Clitic phenomena in.