Lexical Template Morphology: Change of State and the Verbal Prefixes in German
John Benjamins Publishing, 1. 1. 2002 - Počet stran: 270
While there have been many attempts in the literature to account for the semantics and syntax of individual German(ic)prefixes, this is the first time that the prefixes have been analysed in a unified way and a framework established that is capable of relating the prefixes to each other and to other areas of the grammar.
The templates provide the means whereby a State/Change of State feature interacts with Figure and Ground arguments to generate prefixed verbs, noun- and adjective-incorporating verbs, and oblique case marking on the complements of simplex verbs and adjectives.
This book presents a new and potentially powerful theory of lexical morphology that will be of interest not only to morphologists and those working on the grammar of German, but also syntacticians working on the Locative and Dative Alternations, and linguists whose prime concern is the organization of the lexicon, and the realization of the semantics of change of state predicates.
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The socalled inseparable and separable prefixes in German
The view so far
The prefixes in Generative Linguistics
Beyond traditional taxonomy
Theoretical treatments in Generative Linguistics
0roles or verbal decomposition?
The nonlocational prefixes in the FigureGround schema
The OL templates
The ge prefix
The Secondary Prefixes
The beverbs in the FigureGround schema
Prepositions and beverbs
The APPLICATIVE morpheme
Bakers Incorporation Hypothesis
The Head Adjacency Principle
Syntax or morphology?
Figure and Ground
State and Change of State
Arguments and verbs
Affectedness or effectedness?
The verbal complex smell
The beprefix in English
Differences between the APPLICATIVE morphemes and the German prefixes
Summary and conclusions
The FigureGround schema and the IndoEuropean case system
The five abstract features in the FigureGround schema
The ProtoIndoEuropean case system
Russian oblique case complements
Productivity and the UL entverbs
Deadjectival prefixed verbs
Realization of change of state P as a prefix
Deadjectival ver and erverbs
The structure of deadjectival and denominal prefixed verbs
Conversion versus incorporation
The relationship between EL and OL
The Dative and the Locative Alternations 1 Introduction
The Locative Alternation
The rise of particle verbs in English
From OE to NE
Case and case morphology
Monosyllabic heads in English
The status of +L +++
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