|Complex predicates : verbal complexes, resultative constructions, and particle verbs in German|
|Original Title||Complex predicates : verbal complexes, resultative constructions, and particle verbs in German|
|Author||Müller, Stefan, 1968-|
|Usage||Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0|
|Topics||Complex Predicate, Control, Raising, AcI, Passive, Particle Verb, Idiom, Depictive Predicate, Resultative Construction, Secondary Predicate, Fronting, Morphology, HPSG, German language, Grammar, Comparative and general, Gezegde, Duits, Prädikation, Resultativ, Partikelverb, Prädikat, Head-driven phrase structure grammar, Deutsch, Mehrteiliges Prädikat|
|Publisher||Stanford, Calif. : CSLI Publications|
|Collection||folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections|
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This book examines various linguistic phenomena and determines that certain constructions should be treated as complex predicates. Specifically, the book explores auxiliary and verb combinations in future, perfect, and passive constructions, causative constructions, verb complex constructions with raising and control verbs, subject and object predicatives, depictive secondary predicates (1), resultative constructions (2), and particle verb combinations. The properties of all these constructions are studied on a broad empirical basis, mainly with data from German.
Originally published by CSLI press, this book is now available in a Creative Commons licensed edition thanks to funding contributed through Unglue.it
Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-434) and indexes
Examines a number of linguistic phenomena – including auxiliary and verb combinations, causative constructions, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations – and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates
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