2 edition of generative grammatical analysis of Japanese complement constructions found in the catalog.
generative grammatical analysis of Japanese complement constructions
|LC Classifications||PL534 .O56 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||85136525|
Introduction: Nominalizations in syntactic theory The analysis of nominalization is a foundational topic in generative grammar, dating back to Lees’ () monograph, based on his MIT dissertation. Lees deﬁned, in broad terms, many of the problems and solutions that . lexicalist monostratal dependency variety of generative case grammar to the analysis of complement constructions in Japanese. Particular emphasis is placed on the following two aspects: (1) the examination of word boundaries involved in complementizer-less complement constructions, and (2) the subcategorization of complement-takingpredi.
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A GENERATIVE GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS OF JAPANESE COMPLEMENT CONSTRUCTIONS, by Kiyoharu Ono. Nagoya: Chunichi Publishing Company, Pp. viii + Y 3, Reviewed by John H. Haig In spite of its rather expansive title, this book, a revised version of the author's University of Newcastle dissertation, actually covers generative grammatical analysis of Japanese complement constructions book three con-structions: the te-aru construction, the.
Get this from a library. A generative grammatical analysis of Japanese complement constructions. [Kiyoharu Ono]. The book concludes with an assessment of honorification as a salient feature of the Japanese language and the grammatical system of honorifics.
This monograph will be of interest to grammarians and : Paperback. This volume represents the first comprehensive work on Japanese clause structure conducted within the framework of Cognitive Grammar. The author proposes schematic conceptual structures for the major constructions in the language and defines Japanese case marking and grammatical relations in purely conceptual terms.
The work thus makes a convincing case for the conceptual basis of grammar Cited by: 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Modern Languages. Thesis. by: The parameter-based analysis of Japanese relative clause constructions Timothy Baldwin, Takenobu Tokunaga and Hozumi Tanaka Dep.
of Computer Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo ftim,take,[email protected] Abstract We examine the validity of a procedural Japanese relative clause analysis sys. Although the adjunct–complement dichotomy has long been recognized in traditional Chinese linguistic study for the analysis of clausal and verb-phrase structure, research on nominal structure has traditionally recog-nized only a general dingyu or ‘determinative’ category in the pre-nominal position.
While most generative. ence on Generative Grammar, and it has become a major part of this book. Chapters 1, 4, and 5, in particular, extensively discuss this issue. In my previous works on ﬂoating quantiﬁers (Ko a; ; Ko and Oh ), I have suggested that some ﬂoating quantiﬁers must be considered as adnominal, whereas some must be categorized as.
grammatical constructions and how they are shaped by dimensions of discourse. The other focuses on how speakers draw on grammar as a discursive resource to construct, organize, andAuthor: Zhuo Jing-Schmidt.
of grammar allowing interactions of various grammatical properties including syntactic forms, their grammatical functions, their semantic roles, and overall aspects of clausal meaning. In Chapter 6, we introduce English subject verb agreement, and concentrate on interrelationships xiCited by: From Chapter 6 on, the book discusses major constructions of English within a holistic view of grammar allowing interactions of various grammatical properties including syntactic forms, their grammatical functions, their semantic roles, and overall aspects of clausal meaning.
This paper discusses major issues that have arisen in the analysis of sentences with complex predicates in Japanese from early transformational grammar to the present minimalist program. Particular emphasis is placed on the treatment of the causative construction to assess the influence of the lexicalist hypothesis and its by: Cognitive Grammar claims that grammatical structure is symbolic in nature and that constructions are the primary objects of description.
A construction is an assembly of symbolic structures (form Author: Ronald W. Langacker. The text is kind of like a pedagogical grammar of the language, with many examples from actual Japanese literature.
This is perhaps the strongest point of the book. As an earlier book, Introduction to Classical Japanese by Akira Komai, relied on artificial sentences rather then actual by: 3.
Texas Conference on Problems of Linguistic Analysis in Eng- lish (A. Hill, ed.) pp. Austin: University of Texas, -A clear statement of what a generative grammar is, followed by a partial grammar of English in the form of phrase- structure rules and transformations.
Some treatment of verb- complement constructions. Analyzing Grammar is a clear introductory textbook on grammatical analysis, designed for students beginning to study the discipline.
Covering both syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences) and morphology (the structure of words), it equips them with the tools and methods needed to analyze grammatical patterns in any : Paul R. Kroeger. children’s acquisition of complement clause constructions is intimately tied to CTV frequency.
Complement clauses Complement clauses are sentential structures that function as an argument of a matrix verb. The complement clause can occupy the subject argument slot, as in (1), or the object slot, as in (2) (the complement clause is.
On this occasion, we are presenting our course on Generative Grammar. Too difficult. Don't worry. DAT_ - The Functional Analysis of Sentences (VLC Series #1) - Duration: Constructions at work The nature of generalization in language All levels of grammatical analysis involve constructions: learned pairings of form with semantic or discourse func-tion, including morphemes or words, idioms, partially lexically Wlled and Unlike mainstream generative grammar, constructionist approaches tend.
"The most complex grammatical function is that of subject. Consider the example in (1). (1) The tigers hunt prey at night.
Tigers precedes the verb. It agrees with the verb in number, as becomes clear when it is made singular: The tiger hunts its prey at the active construction, it is never marked by any : Richard Nordquist. This book describes the fundamentals of Jacy, an implementation of a Japanese head-driven phrase structure grammar with many useful linguistic implications.
Jacy presents sound information about the Japanese language (syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) based on implementation and tested on large quantities of data.Generative grammatical studies in the Japanese language.
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