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by Stefan Müller


Base verb and resultative predicate and base verb and particle are combined in syntax by the same rule that licences verbal complexes in German. In the part about particle verbs it is argued that particles should be treated as parts of the predicate complex.

Base verb and resultative predicate and base verb and particle are combined in syntax by the same rule that licences verbal complexes in German. They are serialized in the right sentence bracket (3)–(4) and they can be fronted like adjectives or verbs (5). (3) Karl kommt abends in Berlin an. (4) Karl kommt abends in der Stadt an, in der ich wohne

Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism 13, Stanford: CSLI Publications .

Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism 13, Stanford: CSLI Publications, 2002, 468 pp. ISBN 1-57586-386-3. German double particle verbs as preverbs Morphology and Conceptual Semantics. Tü bingen, StauffenbergGoogle Scholar. Meurers, W. D. (2003). van Riemsdijk, H. C. (1978). A case study in syntactic markedness: The binding nature of preposi- tional phrases.

This book examines various linguistic phenomena and determines that certain constructions should be treated as complex predicates. Specifically, the book explores auxiliary and verb combinations in future, perfect, and passive constructions; causative constructions, verb complex constructions with raising and control verbs; subject and object predicatives; depictive secondary predicates (1); resultative constructions (2); and particle verb combinations. The properties of all these constructions are studied on a broad empirical basis, mainly with data from German.

Complex Predicates book . Start by marking Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle Verbs in German as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Müller's analysis of i Complex Predicates examines a number of linguistic phenomena-including auxiliary and verb combinations, causative constructions, predicatives, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations-and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates. Published: 15 September 2006. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, Volume 9, pp 143-160; doi:10. Keywords: Stefan Mller, complex predicates, ISBN, Csli Publications, resultative constructions, Particle Verbs, Verbal Complexes.

Müller, Stefan (2002) Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle . This book is a monograph study of the so-called Complex Predicates in German.

Müller, Stefan (2002) Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle Verbs in German, CSLI Publications, Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism. In it the author examines linguistic phenomena such as auxiliary + verb combinations in future, perfect and passive constructions, causative constructions, subject and object predicatives, resultative constructions, and finally particle + verb constructions.

Appeared 2002 in the series Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism No 1.

Appeared 2002 in the series Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism No 13. Stanford: CSLI Publications. This book examines various linguistic phenomena and determines that certain constructions should be treated as complex predicates. Base verb and resultative predicate and base verb and particle are combined in syntax by the same rule that licences verbal complexes in German.

Müller, S. (2002) Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle Verbs in German. Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism no. 13.

Complex Predicates" examines a number of linguistic phenomena - including auxiliary verb combinations, causative constructions, predicatives, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations - and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates. Muller's analysis of inflection and derivation is compatible with syntactical analysis of particle verbs; as a byproduct, it also solves the particle verb bracketing paradox often discussed in the literature.

Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism. Country of Publication. University of Chicago Press.

Complex Predicates examines a number of linguistic phenomena—including auxiliary and verb combinations, causative constructions, predicatives, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations—and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates. Müller's analysis of inflection and derivation is compatible with syntactical analysis of particle verbs; as a byproduct, it also solves the particle verb bracketing paradox often discussed in the literature.

Complex Predicates: Verbal Complexes, Resultative Constructions, and Particle Verbs in German (Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism) epub download

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