2 edition of The meaning of particle / prefix constructions in German found in the catalog.
The meaning of particle / prefix constructions in German
Robert B. Dewell
Includes bibliographical references (p. -323) and indexes.
|Statement||Robert B. Dewell|
|Series||Human cognitive processing -- v. 34|
|LC Classifications||PF3315.P52 .D49 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 336 p. cm.|
|Number of Pages||336|
|ISBN 10||9789027223883, 9789027283658|
|LC Control Number||2011031014|
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Particle / prefix constructions and the study of constructional meaning This book has two main purposes. One is traditional, namely a thorough descriptive survey of German verb constructions in which the expressions durch (‘through’), über (‘over’), unter (‘under’), and umCited by: 6.
Presents a fresh approach to constructional semantics. This title presents a detailed descriptive survey, using examples collected from the Internet, of German verb constructions in which the expressions durch ('through'), uber ('over'), unter ('under'), and um ('around') occur either as inseparable verb prefixes or as separable verb : The Meaning of Particle / Prefix Constructions in German — Recommend this title to your libraryCited by: 6.
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Summary The Semantics of German Verb Prefixes represents a major extension of Dewell (), which focused on the semantics of German route path prefixes such as über- ‘over’ and unter- ‘under’. As such, it extends insights, concepts, and methodological approaches from these prior analyses to the examination of the more abstract verb prefixes be- ent- er- zer- and : Karin Madlener.
The Dictionary of German Educational Language contains a table of contents and entries follow a clear alphabetical structure. The content is written in German and does not contain English fun learning. Category: The Meaning Of Particle Prefix Constructions In.
The Semantics of German Verb Prefixes is the most comprehensive study ever undertaken in this area of German grammar. Using an extensive collection of naturally occurring data, the author proposes an image-schematic interpretation for each of the productive prefixes be- ver- er- ent- zer- um- über- unter- and abstract semantic patterns Pages: In the book under review, The Meaning of Particle/Prefix Constructions in German, Robert B.
Dewell's aim is to account for the slight differences in meaning between verb constructions with separable particles denoting route-paths, i.e.
durch `through', über `over', unter `under', and um `around' and their inseparable prefix counterparts, or at Author: Kokorniak, Iwona. When morphological structure overrides meaning: evidence from German prefix and particle verbs Article (PDF Available) in Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34(5) September with.
But if learners find it difficult to assign a meaning to the prefix, or feel that this meaning must be shored up by a particle, the prefix is likely to disappear. PARTICLES AND PARTICLE-VERB CONSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH AND OTHER GERMANIC LANGUAGES by Darrell Larsen Approved: Benjamin Bruening, Ph.D.
Chair of the Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science Approved: George H. Watson, Ph.D. Dean of the College of Arts and Science Approved: James G. Richards, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Graduate and. The Meaning of Particle / Prefix Constructions in German (= Human Cognitive Processing 34).
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This book explains why cognitive linguistics offers a plausible theoretical framework for a systematic and unified analysis of the syntax and semantics of particle verbs. It explores the meaning of the verb + particle syntax, the particle placement of transitive particle verbs, how particle placement is related to idiomaticity, and the.
The meaning of particle/prefix constructions in German by: Dewell, Robert B. Published: () The verbal complex in subordinate clauses from medieval to modern German by: Sapp, Christopher D. Published: (). German words for particle include Teilchen, Partikel, Stückchen, Korpuskel, Körnchen and Spur.
Find more German words at. 'The Meaning of Particle / Prefix Constructions in German' by Robert Dewell is really two books in one: a valuable reference resource, and a groundbreaking case study that represents a new approach to constructional semantics. A participle (PTCP) is a linguistics term for a certain class of nonfinite verb forms whose sentence function varies according to the contextual structure in which the participle occurs.
Depending on the context, a participle may function adverbially or as an adjective. Its name derives from the Latin participium, a calque of Greek μετοχή (metokhḗ) "partaking" or "sharing"; because the.
This book deals with the so-called particle verbs (or separable verbs) in German. It shows that particle verbs cannot be clearly distinguished from similar constructions (like e.g. resultative constructions) by discussing the linguistic tests that have been used in the literature.
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Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter Author: Thomas Berg.Infinitive (abbreviated INF) is a linguistics term referring to certain verb forms existing in many languages, most often used as non-finite with many linguistic concepts, there is not a single definition applicable to all languages.
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