8 edition of Clitic doubling in Balkan languages found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dalina Kallulli and Liliane Tasmowski.|
|Series||Linguistik aktuel = -- Linguistics today -- v. 130|
|Contributions||Kallulli, Dalina., Tasmowski, Liliane.|
|LC Classifications||P381.B3 .C55 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008019877|
This is a list of languages spoken in regions ruled by Balkan countries. With the exception of several Turkic languages, all of them belong to the Indo-European family.A subset of these languages is notable for forming a well-studied sprachbund, a group of languages that have developed some striking structural similarities over time. The phenomenon of clitic doubling highlights the fact that the case properties satisfied by object clitics are not uniquely interpretable as evidence that clitic pronouns are syntactic objects. That conclusion depends on general assumptions concerning case and agreement which, historically, have focused on languages without clitic doubling.
This book is the first introduction to clitics, providing a complete summary of their properties, their uses, the reasons why they are of interest to linguists and the various theoretical approaches that have been proposed for them. The book describes a whole host of clitic Cited by: the phonology of cliticization Download the phonology of cliticization or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the phonology of cliticization book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
General Overviews. At present there are no book-length general overviews of the Balkan languages suitable for the average undergraduate, although the English summary in Asenova (cited under Handbooks) can be used for linguistics articles give only a general idea of the field. As long as certain conditions, e.g., the Person Case Constraint, are respected. This is a typological claim (following Baker ) and it holds of all Romance and Balkan clitic doubling languages to the best of my knowledge. See Sect. for discussion of some languages with (alleged) clitic doubling where only one clitic can surface at a by:
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Part I. Clitic doubling within the Balkan Continuum: Rise and spread; 5. Balkan object reduplication in areal and dialectological perspective (by Friedman, Victor A.); 6. Towards grammaticalization of clitic doubling: Clitic doubling in Macedonian and neighbouring languages (by Miseska Tomic, Olga); 7.
Clitic doubling is prevalent in the Balkan languages. However, generative studies initially dealt with its properties in Romance languages, with the Balkan patterns coming increasingly into focus.
Since the mid-nineties, these patterns presented a variety of challenges to the generalisations reached on the basis of Romance, while also raising Pages: Get this from a library. Clitic doubling in the Balkan languages. [Dalina Kallulli; Liliane Tasmowski;] -- This volume is a collection of articles on clitic doubling, a phenomenon that has preoccupied generative linguists since the s, when its theoretical importance was noted.
Clitic doubling is. The Balkan Sprachbund or Balkan language area is the ensemble of areal features—similarities in grammar, syntax, vocabulary and phonology—among the languages of the l features are found across these languages though not all apply to every single language.
The languages in question may belong to various separate branches of Indo-European (such as Slavic, Hellenic, Romance. It teaches among the ebook clitic doubling in balkan languages linguistik aktuell linguistics today's most immiscible dive, and expected the long sleep worldwide compared.
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The book should be of interest to any scholar, theoretical or descriptive, whose research touches upon the central phenomenon of : Clitic doubling is prevalent in the Balkan languages. However, generative studies initially dealt with its properties in Romance languages, with the Balkan patterns coming increasingly into focus.
Since the mid-nineties, these patterns presented a variety of challenges to the generalisations reached on the basis of Romance, while also raising.
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Abstract: Taking my cue from clitic doubling constructions primarily in Balkan languages where this phenomenon is prevalent, my goals in this paper are to show that: (i) clitic doubling is a form of differential object marking; (ii) clitic doubling is the spell-out ofCited by: 1.
This book provides an in-depth investigation of single and double cliticization based on research in theoretical syntax and first language acquisition. Although the main focus is the analysis of data from Bulgarian, the work draws crosslinguistic parallels to some of.
Moreover, clitic doubling serves the same pragmatic function in Medieval Greek as in many modern spoken languages: it marks an object as the topic of the utterance (as opposed to the focus). of the doubling clitic, the experiencer can be + Focus, as shown by the fact that it can combine with akoma ke – even’, which is a focus particle.
31,32 Moreover, I show in (43) andAuthor: Nikos Angelopoulos. Subjectification in the Development of Clitic Doubling: A Diachronic Study of Romanian and Spanish OANA A.
DAVID University of California, Berkeley 1 Introduction This work focuses on a phenomenon commonly occurring in several Western Romance languages, Semitic languages, and the Balkan Sprachbund languagesAuthor: Oana A.
David. Liliane Tasmowski is the author of Problems in Syntax ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Clitic Doubling in the Balkan Languages (/5(2). This book contains fourteen articles that reflect current ideas on the phonology, morphology, and syntax of clitics. It covers the forms and functions of clitics in various typologically diverse languages and presents data from, e.g.
European Portuguese, Macedonian, and Yoruba. It extensively deals with the prosodic structure of clitics, their morphological status, clitic placement, and clitic 4/5(1). De Boel, G. The genesis of clitic doubling from ancient to medieval Greek.
Clitic doubling in the Balkan languages (pp. 89–). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins. This collection of articles presents a variety of approaches to central phenomena in South Slavic syntax and semantics, with an informal introduction by the editors on South Slavic clause structure.
Phenomena addressed (treated partly on a language specific basis, partly comparative) include: the structure of the functional field, verb fronting, clitic placement, conjunctions, noun phrase. Abstract. Many function words in the Balkan Sprachbund languages are clitics.
Except in Balkan Romani, most of the “clausal” clitics, notably the pronominal and auxiliary clitics, the negation marker, the subjunctive marker and occasionally monosyllabic adverbs, occur in by: 1. In linguistics, clitic doubling, or pronominal reduplication is a phenomenon by which clitic pronouns appear in verb phrases together with the full noun phrases that they refer to (as opposed to the cases where such pronouns and full noun phrases are in complementary distribution).
Clitic doubling is found in many languages, including Albanian, Arumanian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Degema, Greek. Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today (LA) provides a platform for original monograph studies into synchronic and diachronic linguistics.
Studies in LA confront empirical and theoretical problems as these are currently discussed in syntax, semantics, morphology, phonology, and systematic pragmatics with the aim to establish robust empirical generalizations within a universalistic perspective.
'C0f11parative Syntax of Balkan Languages '. edited by Maria Luisa Rivero and Angela Ralli. Oxford University Press, In her paper on clitic doubling in Albanian and Greek, Dalina Kalluli argues that description of the syntax of Balkan languages from a generative perspective.
It Size: KB.2. The A's and B's of Case Syncretism As noted by Baerman ( ), case syncretism is defined in terms of the combination of multiple distinct case values in a single form (what Jakobson calls 'case neutralization'), which implies an observable asymmetry between paradigms within a language, leading therefore to case polysemy where one and the same form expresses two or sometimes more case.
clitic (plural clitics) (linguistics) A morpheme that functions like a word, but never appears as an independent word, instead being always attached to a following or preceding word (or, in some cases, within a surrounding word), Raffaella Zanuttini, Negation and Clausal Structure, Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, page In fact, even within the northern Italian dialects, subject.