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eBook Syntactic Change in Germanic: Aspects of language change in Germanic with particular reference to Middle Dutch (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) download ISBN: 1556191464
Author: Kate Burridge
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company (January 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 299
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Volume 89. Kate Burridge Syntactic Change in Germanic. Some aspects of syntactic change in germanic.

Volume 89. KATE BURRIDGE La Trobe University Bundoora, Victoria, Australia. the two dialects investigated) and then goes on to discuss the text material on which the study is based and the methodology used. What is meant by Middle Dutch?

Australian Journal of Linguistics 34:4 pp. 524 ff. Burridge, Kate.

Australian Journal of Linguistics 34:4 pp. Finite v–movement in embedded clauses in west flemish. Have-doubling constructions in historical and modern Dutch.

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Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Series IV, Current issues in linguistic theory, 0304-0763 ; v. 89. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -283) and index. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Syntactic Change in Germanic book. This study examines certain features of Dutch syntax between. The concluding chapter discusses possible explanations of the findings.

In this paper three themes are taken up from recent literature on linguistic problems of Dutch and English, and developed in some detail

In this paper three themes are taken up from recent literature on linguistic problems of Dutch and English, and developed in some detail. Its purpose is to show how, in certain questions of detailed linguistic analysis and description, the morphology of case inflection, verbal prefixation, adverbial marking, morphological indication of directionality vs. local non-directionality as well as the.

This study examines certain features of Dutch syntax between approximately 1300 and 1650.

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This study examines certain features of Dutch syntax between approximately 1300 and 1650. Of central importance are the overall developments in the word order patterning and the various changes they entail elsewhere in the grammar, such as in the negative construction. After an introductory chapter providing goals and background for the study, the quantitative analysis of the data is presented in Chapter 2. Considerable attention is paid to contextual considerations and the pragmatic aspect of word order. Chapter 3 deals specifically with the question of exbraciation; Chapter 4 returns to the functional aspect of word order and discusses the importance of the notion 'topic'. Chapter 5 provides a detailed analysis of the development of negation supported by comparative data from related Germanic languages and in a wider context of overall typological change. The concluding chapter discusses possible explanations of the findings. Two Appendices are added to the book, one providing a sketch grammar of Dutch, the other an annotated list of the corpus used. This study is purposefully eclectic in its approach, drawing upon many different traditions and areas in linguistics. This multifaceted approach is a major strength of the book, which moreover makes an important contribution to theoretical issues by presenting a vast descriptive data base for Dutch.