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Reciprocal constructions

Reciprocal constructions

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Published by J. Benjamins Pub. Co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Reciprocals

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Vladimir P. Nedjalkov.
    SeriesTypological studies in language -- v. 71
    ContributionsNedi︠a︡lkov, V. P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP299.R38 R428 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17439302M
    ISBN 109789027229830
    LC Control Number2007008432

    This chapter presents the Wigner–Seitz constructions and the Brillouin zone construction. These topics find little space in the ITC, but are essential to understanding the full symmetry properties of the reciprocal space. The Wigner–Seitz construction enables the construction of a reciprocal-space unit cell (or a real-space one, for that matter) that has the full point-group symmetry. Japanese Reciprocal Constructions and Binding Theory∗ Chizuru Nakao University of Tokyo [email protected] Abstract This paper investigates Japanese reciprocal constructions (the otagai construction and the V-aw construction), which are classified into several subtypes.

      Reciprocals are an increasingly hot topic in linguistic research. This reflects the intersection of several factors: the semantic and syntactic complexity of reciprocal constructions, their centrality to some key points of linguistic theorizing (such as Binding Conditions on anaphors within Government and Binding Theory), and the centrality of reciprocity to theories of social structure, Pages: The leading guide to professional home construction—now updated and revised! Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition features the most up-to-date explanations of today's residential construction systems. From foundation to roof and exterior finishes to interior details, this new edition thoroughly addresses the latest developments in materials and methods of house /5(9).

    What is most remarkable about reciprocal constructions is the fact that a semantically ex-tremely complex situation or event type can be and in fact typically is encoded by a simple clause, as shown in 1. (1) People in this village help each other. The characteristic features of this event type include most or all of the following: a plurality of. I’ve just begun reading the book after you turned me on to your reciprocal frame roof, which I think is the answer for my oval-ish square-foot cob meditation hut. I have 34 9′ x ″ to 3″ lodgepoles that I’m hoping to make into a complex RF roof.


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Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other’s poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges. Nine stage-setting chapters dealing with general and theoretical matters are followed by 40 chapters Format: E-Book.

Reflective-reciprocal polysemy of Reciprocal constructions book markers --v. Reciprocal-sociative polysemy of reciprocal markers --Reflexive-reciprocal-sociative polysemy of reciprocal markers --v.

Monosemous reciprocal markers --Another perspective on reciprocals --v. Indexes. Series Title: Typological studies in language, v. Responsibility. Reciprocal or Reflexive. Sentences with reciprocal actions sometimes look just like sentences with reflexive differentiate a reflexive action from a reciprocal action, the use of expressions such as uno Reciprocal constructions book otro, uno a otro, mutuamente, recíprocamente, entre sí, etc.

can be added to a phrase to show the subjects are performing the action on each other. This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world’s languages. Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other’s poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges.

This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world's languages. Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other's poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges.

Nine stage. And, in fact, verb-coded reciprocal constructions are more different from other verb-coded constructions than they are to argument-marking constructions t(79) =p Cited by: 2. This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world's languages.

Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other's poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges.

This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world's languages. Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other's poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges.

The Entrenchment of the «unus alterum» Pattern: Four Essays on Latin and Old Romance Reciprocal Constructions (Lodz Studies in Language) New edition by Mikolaj Nkollo (Author) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition Format: Hardcover.

This paper examines reciprocal constructions in Standard Avar, focusing on the syntactic positions (S, A, O, etc.) the reciprocal pronoun coca- and its antecedent fill when they are dependents of. Although the grammatical expression of reciprocal (or ‘mutual’) situations in the languages of the world has received a surprising amount of attention in recent years, so far no comprehensive study specifically dealing with the historical development and synchronic structure of English reciprocal constructions has been published.

This book Cited by: 4. A reciprocal construction (abbreviated RECP) is a grammatical pattern in which each of the participants occupies both the role of agent and patient with respect to the other.

An example is the English sentence John and Mary criticized each other: John criticized Mary, and Mary criticized ocal constructions can be said to express mutual relationships. e semantics of reciprocal constructions acros s languages hypern ym, s o if two ev ents withi n a clip varied in the pa rticulars of the s ubeven ts, a concise descri ption was no t possi ble (K.

Reciprocal-sociative polysemy of reciprocal markers: A. Verbal and pronominal reciprocal markers chapter 22 Reciprocal, sociative, and comitative constructions in Tagalog Lina I. Shkarban and Gennadij E.

Rachkov chapter 23 Reciprocals and sociatives in Udehe Irina Nikolaeva chapter 24 Reciprocal, sociative and competitive constructions. Extract. Aims and scope. Diachronic shifts in the marking of reciprocity The aims pursued in the present monograph relate to the emergence and further development of reciprocal constructions with the sequence descending from unus alterum in Old Romance languages.

The fortunes of this expression, prior to the rise of medieval neo-Latin vernaculars, is quite intriguing. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the syntax and semantics of a single linguistic phenomenon – the NP-strategy for expressing reciprocity – in synchronic, diachronic, and typological perspectives.

It challenges the assumption common in the typological, syntactic, and semantic literature, namely that so-called reciprocal constructions encode symmetric : Elitzur A.

Bar-Asher Siegal. A collection of articles on reciprocal constructions in rarely described languages (+ English). Specialists for specific areas compare a sample of twenty languages spanning every continent, fifteen language families, and including a sign language.

The data were elicited through video clips, as described in the second chapter of the book. Although English has separate reflexive and reciprocal pronouns, in Spanish they are identical.

Spanish can use the phrases a sí mismos (or a sí mismas) and el uno al otro (with variations for number and gender) to clarify reflexive and reciprocal verbs, : Gerald Erichsen.

Extract. Reiterated clusters The expression of reciprocity in Old Romance languages relies prevailingly on sequences that originate from unus alterum. The same structural template, where two elements are juxtaposed, is documented on an even larger scale at various stages in the history of Latin.

In all languages with reciprocal constructions, there are constructions in which the mutuants are expressed in a single (nonsingular) argument of the predicate. Such constructions are called simple reciprocal constructions by Nedjalkov (Ch.

1, §7), and they account for the overwhelming majority of reciprocals in this work. In recent years he mostly works on reciprocal constructions, causative constructions and constructions with non-argument datives, both from the semantic and the historical point of views.

Elitzur was a visiting professor at Harvard University, Yale university and École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris.Book Chapter Reciprocal constructions and situation type MPS-Authors Levinson, Stephen C. Language and Cognition Group, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; Enfield, N.

J. Language and Cognition Group, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; Cited by: 6.How similar are reciprocal constructions in the semantic parameters they encode? We investigate this question by using an extensional approach, which examines similarity of meaning by examining how constructions are applied over a set of 64 videoclips depicting reciprocal events (Evans et al.

).Cited by: 2.