Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Semantic unity and constructional particularity: the French se faire construction
(Berkeley Linguistic Society, 1992)
French, as most o!her Romance languages, contains many non-coreferential uses of !he reflexive. The constructions involved are well-known and are in gener<ll studied in !he context of mono-clausal or uni-predicate ...
Meaning and context: German aber and sondern
(CSLI Publications, 1998)
What is a possible word meaning? What is the range of meaning distinctions to which particular words can be sensitive? Such questions have been at the forefront of research in lexical semantics in recent years (see Talmy ...
Linking constructions vs. linking rules: evidence from French
(Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1993)
Type underspecification and On-line Type Construction in the Lexicon
Many recent lexical and syntactic theories have used TYPE HIERARCHIES to model linguistic generalizations, including valence alternations, morphological generalizations, subregularities, and positive exceptions ...