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case of bound pronouns in peripheral Romance

Jelly Julia de Jong

case of bound pronouns in peripheral Romance

by Jelly Julia de Jong

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Published by [Rijksuniversiteit Groningen] in Groningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romance languages -- Pronoun,
  • Romance languages -- Grammar, Generative,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Pronoun,
  • Generative grammar

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJelly Julia de Jong.
    SeriesGroningen dissertations in linguistics,, 16
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPC141 .J65 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination231 p. ;
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL753248M
    ISBN 109090095810
    LC Control Number97148128

    Italian/Romance. 1. In a nutshell: when a pronoun is present in the clause, a silent doubled non-overt topic, a pronoun as well, can be assumed to be present at the. edge. of the clause. Hence, presence of a pronoun implies presence of a silent pronominal topic. Some principle of non-pronunceability of the. . My house is bigger than your house. His anger evaporated in the face of her explanation. The bulldog bared its teeth at us. Our decision affected their plans. The economist, whose book had received good reviews, agreed to speak. Your plans are more definite than ours.. Be careful not to confuse possessive pronouns and nouns with contractions.

    as is the case within Romance languages percentage of overt pronoun bound variable responses dropped to The fact that overt subjects are assumed to be in a left-peripheral topic position.   As for which languages use them -- there is some debate on the first point, but I believe ALL languages have free pronouns, most have bound pronouns (Warning: you may find some referencs to 'bound pronouns' or 'bound promials' to refer to special pronoun forms ATTACHED to verbs, etc. This describes only the FORM.

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This chapter is devoted to diachronic aspects of referential systems, particularly those involving bound pronouns. It considers how languages change their referential systems over time. It presents three case studies, each concerned with a certain genealogical group of languages: Athabaskan, Romance, and Slavic.

It shows different routes of how referential systems can change over time. Etymology. The English word case used in this sense comes from the Latin casus, which is derived from the verb cadere, "to fall", from the Proto-Indo-European root *ḱad.

The Latin word is a calque of the Greek πτῶσις, ptôsis, lit. "falling, fall". The sense is that all other cases are considered to have "fallen" away from the nominative.

This imagery is also reflected in the word. A bound variable pronoun (also called a bound variable anaphor or BVA) is a pronoun that has a quantified determiner phrase (DP) – such as every, some, or who – as its antecedent.

An example of a bound variable pronoun in English is given in (1). (1) Each manager exploits the secretary who works for him. (Reinhart, 55 (19a)). The German examples under Krazer section may be taken out and reorganized into the Bound Pronoun Variables in Other Languages.

As in the section of Bound Pronoun Variables in Other Languages, there really needs to be more examples in other languages added to this section.

Krissong4 November (UTC). As described above, case marking on pronouns is much more extensive than for nouns. Determiners (e.g.

words such as "a", "the", "this") are also marked for case in Romanian. Most Romance languages have the following sets of pronouns and determiners: Personal pronouns, in three persons and two genders.

Another case in point is the relation between referential vs. bound pronouns and de se/de re ambiguities – in other words, coreference without identity. It is well known that de re readings in Italian are possible with little pro and with possessive pronouns, but blocked with PRO (from Chierchia, ).

Usually, using correct pronoun case is perfectly natural. Example: You would not make these errors: Now that you understand that pronoun case means using correct personal pronoun forms, the rest of the unit will focus on some “tricky” pronoun case situations and show you some helpful hints for correct pronoun case in these situations.

bound pronouns. I will review the case for uninterpreted features and explore some of the challenges involved in improving on existing accounts. Data about plural pronouns with split antecedents will play an important role. Phi-features as presupposition triggers Before we debate whether features on bound pronouns are semantically inter.

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Objective Pronouns. The objective (or accusative) case pronouns are me, you (singular), him/her/it, us, you (plural), them and whom. (Notice that form of you and it does not change.) The objective case is used when something is being done to (or given to, etc.) someone.

The sentences below show this use of the objective case. Used Books. Giving used books new life is what we do best. The choice of used books is massive - thousands of classic novels and bestsellers, biographies and memoirs, self-help, cookbooks, children's books, affordable textbooks for school, and out-of-print titles.

When possible, it is best to speak directly to your reader using second person pronouns when writing a nonfiction book, except in the case of narrative nonfiction.

Using “you” will keep your readers engaged and make them feel more invested in what you have to say—and that’s every nonfiction writer’s hope. bound-variable pronouns In traditional grammar, a pronoun is said to be used deictically when it receives its reference from the extra-linguistic context, and it is used anaphorically when it “picks up its reference” from another phrase in the surrounding text.

Paradigm cases of the deictic use are demonstrative uses–those. Personal pronouns are pronouns that are associated primarily with a particular grammatical person – first person (as I), second person (as you), or third person (as he, she, it, they).Personal pronouns may also take different forms depending on number (usually singular or plural), grammatical or natural gender, case, and term "personal" is used here purely to signify the.

French has no elements marked for case except in the pronominal clitic series and in the left-peripheral wh- pronouns series. In particular, there is no case differentiation among full pronouns, though many others Romance languages have a case system at least for P(articipant) pronouns (Loporcaro,Manzini and Savoia, a).

The terms get used in several ways, but I'd assume that a free pronoun was a word that participated in the syntax, while a bound pronoun was morphologically attached to some other root, typically a verb or auxiliary (though Px -- possessive affixes like those attached to nouns in Turkish or Mayan are bound pronouns, too).

I'm and it's are bound. Linguistics is traditionally biased towards free pronouns. However, as has been shown in Chapter 3, languages with bound pronouns are the most frequent type cross-linguistically.

So understanding referential processes in language is unthinkable without a particular regard for these languages and bound pronouns as such. This chapter addresses several important issues related to bound pronouns. In this paper, we investigate the behavior of bound pronouns (i.e.

pronouns linked to quantificational noun phrases) in English, Chinese and Japanese. It is commonly assumed that these elements obey two distinct requirements. The first requires these pronouns to be in the scope of the quantificational NP they are coindexed with.

Case is an accessible introduction for students of linguistics to the ways relations between words in sentences are marked in languages. Case is fundamental to the whole system of language.

One of its most interesting features is the recurrence of apparently idiosyncratic patterns and devices in otherwise unrelated languages. This book picks out these recurring strategies and explores their.‘The book, which is bound for the first time, features a mustard-yellow cover with artwork of an ape contemplating a baseball.’ ‘You can always choose to have your pages bound into a book by professionals too.’ ‘Pre 19th century books were issued without covers, bound by either the bookseller or the buyer.’ ‘I signed several.In recent years, a number of authors (De VriesTruckenbrodtOtt and de Vriesinter alia) have defended that right dislocations (RD) should be treated as bisentential structures, where the “dislocated” constituent is actually a remnant of a clausal ellipsis operation licensed under identity with an antecedent clause.