5 edition of Event and result nominals found in the catalog.
Originally presented as the authors thesis (doctoral-University of Verona) under the title: Polysemy in word formation: the case of deverbal nominals.Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"Nominalization in Soqotri, a South Arabian language of Yemen". Second, as we demonstrated in Section 2. The grounding strategy adopted here is the locational grounding in which the reified event is grounded independently of John.
Its reformulation of how grammar and lexicon interact has profound implications for linguistic, philosophical, and psychological theories about human mind and language. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, vol 40. In 24d-ing imposes the IS on the process profiled by the base verb read, yielding a mass-like interpretation.
As a count noun, it can be grounded by the indefinite article. Although the maximal scope contains the bounded event, the immediate scope imposed in Figure 1 excludes the beginning and end points of the bounded event; hence this construal becomes atemporal. What Langacker means by nominalization is not limited to conversion only, since he is discussing deverbal result nominals like explosion.
She explains that initially, only verbs were thought to take arguments, but it was later proven that some nouns process nouns are systematically like verbs in their argument taking capacities, while others result nouns do not take arguments at all. This follows from my assumptions: if both Rule 2 and Rule 3 apply when D is inserted into the structure, then neither blocks the other.
13 A very rough analogy of reference point would be bird watchers looking for falcons in a densely wooded area. This second process is referred to Event and result nominals. These help is likely to make us all much more U. Since de is a possible spell-out for Rule 1 for a subset of nominals, it follows that de los soldados in may be interpreted as an internal argument. See also claim that there are no nominalizations based on double object constructions, and observation that nominalizations do not accept applicative benefactives.
These issues need to be incorporated to provide a Event and result nominals picture of gerundives. This includes a discussion of the argument structure of the underlying verbs, of the derived nominals and their various argument realizations;• Alexiadou, Artemis; Rathert, Monika 2010.
As a consequence, the reified event does not have to be definite. The claim is certainly true of a subset of nominals, those that look like captura, as shown in. This type of nominalization illustrates new dimensions of the correlation between eventive sentential layers and argument structure in deverbal nominals.
In certain situations, however, these verbs can be construed as events that constitute a change.