- The Limits of Grammaticalization
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- Xing, Janet Zhiqun [WorldCat Identities]
In English: Antonian K.
The Limits of Grammaticalization
Antonian K. Antonyan K. Reviews Paris, Marie-Claude. Chinese Lexicography.
Oxford University Press, in English. Xing, Janet Zhiqun ed. De Gruyter Mouton, in English. Li, Wenchao. Lexicalisation Patterns in Japanese and Chinese.
A Synchronic and Diachronic Perspective. Muenchen: Lincom Europa, in English. All-Russian Conference on Experimental Psychology. Russian State University for Humanities, Theory of Chinese Grammar.
History of Chinese Language. Voropayev M.
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Ashvarina A. If so, how is the line to be drawn between a form that is grammatical and one that is lexical? If so, it will have to include broader issues such as word order change and the reanalysis of phrases.
What principles govern these processes? Is grammaticalization a unidirectional event, or can change occur in the reverse direction? The authors of the papers in this volume approach these important questions from a variety of data types, including historical texts, creoles, and a typologically broad sample of modern and ancient languages.
Grammaticalization and Language Contact, Constructions and Positions. Grammaticalization and clause linkage strategies: a typological approach with particular reference to Ancient Greek.
Some Remarks on Analogy, Reanalysis and Grammaticalization. Testing the Boundaries of Grammaticalization. Discourse and Pragmatic Conditions of Grammaticalization.
Spatial deixis and locative configurations in the personal pronoun system of some Italian dialectal areas. The Paradigm at the End of the Universe. On the relationship Between Grammaticalization and Lexicalization.www.gbrmag.com/wp-includes/pene-negozio-azitromicina-on.php
Xing, Janet Zhiqun [WorldCat Identities]
Structural Scope Expansion and Grammaticalization. Examination copy. No author info given Linguistic Typology Gobbo, Federico