1 edition of The end of argument structure? found in the catalog.
|Statement||María Cristina Cuervo, Yves Roberge|
|Series||Syntax and semantics -- vol. 38.|
|Contributions||Roberge, Yves., joint author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 299 p.|
|Number of Pages||299|
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The End of Argument Structure. (Syntax and Semantics) by Maria Cristina Cuervo (Author, Editor), Yves Roberge (Editor)Cited by: 4. The antipassive and its relation to scalar structure / David Basilico Some structural analogies between existential interpretation and telicity / E.
Matthew Husband External argument-introducing heads: voice and appl / Kyumin Kim Toward the end of argument structure / Terje Lohndal A note on applicatives / Tatjana Marvin ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, Seiten: Contents: LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 1 REMARKS ON ARGUMENT STRUCTUREMaria Cristina Cuervo and Yves Roberge 2 ON THE ADJECTIVAL COMPONENT OF CHANGE OF STATE VERBS IN SPANISHGrant Armstrong 3 ''OBLIQUENESS'' AS A COMPONENT OF ARGUMENT STRUCTURE.
The antipassive and its relation to scalar structure / David Basilico -- 5. Some structural analogies between existential interpretation and telicity / E. Matthew Husband -- 6. External argument-introducing heads: voice and appl / Kyumin Kim -- 7.
Toward the end of argument structure / Terje Lohndal -- 8. A note on applicatives / Tatjana. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 1 REMARKS ON ARGUMENT STRUCTURE María Cristina Cuervo and Yves Roberge 2 ON THE ADJECTIVAL COMPONENT OF CHANGE OF STATE VERBS IN SPANISH Grant Armstrong 3 ‘‘OBLIQUENESS’’ AS A COMPONENT OF ARGUMENT STRUCTURE IN AMHARIC Mark Baker 4 THE ANTIPASSIVE AND ITS RELATION TO SCALAR STRUCTURE.
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