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Benefactives and malefactives
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Fernando Zúñiga, Seppo Kittilä|
|Series||Typological studies in language -- v. 92, Typological studies in language -- v. 92.|
|LC Classifications||P291.27 .B46 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 440 p. :|
|Number of Pages||440|
|ISBN 10||9027206732, 9027288313|
|ISBN 10||9789027206732, 9789027288318|
|LC Control Number||2010000735|
(12) Tzeltal la y-ak' jilel jun y-u'un te CMP A3-give/put remaining_behind book A3-RN PREP Xun-e Xun-CL 'He left behind a book for Xun.' (Brown in press) (6) Q'anjob'al uses the preposition b'ay for recipients, benefactives, addressees and locatives, and the relational noun -etoq for instruments. Project MUSE Mission. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. plural of malefactive Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. It comes close to being an all-purpose solution to turning an NP/DP into a PP in Yucatec. The range of functions of such PPs includes locations, goals, sources, recipients, donors, benefactives, malefactives, and judgers, and it also occurs as the base of complex prepositions that express for example causes and oblique by:
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Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to someone’s advantage. The same construction sometimes also serves as a malefactive, whose meanings are generally not a simple mirror image of the benefactive. Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to someone’s advantage.
The same construction sometimes also serves as a malefactive, whose meanings are generally not a simple mirror image of the : [Fernando Zúñiga; Seppo Kittilä;] -- Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to someone's advantage. The same construction sometimes also serves as a malefactive, whose meanings are generally not a.
This book contains seventeen articles, and the majority of them present studies on individual languages. However, four contributions address crosslinguistic issues, such as benefactive applicative periphrases in Eurasia, the semantics of benefactives, morpho-syntactic division of benefactives and malefactives, and the typology of purposive constructions and benefactives.
Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to someone’s advantage. The same construction sometimes also serves as a malefactive, whose meanings are generally not a simple mirror image of the benefactive.
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All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the. Overt nominals BEN are marked with ye- the same prefix that marks recipients.
MAL are marked with ye- or be. A construction with a subordinate form of barem ‘say’ (“saying for NP”) also expresses benefactives. Radetzky and Smith also allude to the challenge that faces typologists working with these categories: that is, the challenge that benefactives and malefactives are either underreported or reported unevenly in published grammars.
Benefactives and malefac-tives – Typological perspectives and case studies. (Typological Studies in Language ) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. x + ISBN Reviewed by daniel hole, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin The volume on benefactives and malefactives under review here contrib.
ABSTRACT We survey benefactives and malefactives in Salish, a family of twenty- three languages in northwestern North America. For the most part, benefactives and malefactives are expressed via applicative constructions, which are classified into File Size: KB.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Includes both typological surveys and descriptive studies, exploring both the morphosyntactic properties and the semantic nuances of phenomena ranging from the familiar English double-object construction and the Japanese adversative passive to comparable phenomena found in lesser-known languages of Africa.
Benefactives and malefactives: typological perspectives and case studies. Abstract. Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to someone’s advantage. The book will appeal to typologists and linguists interested in linguistic diversity and it will also be a useful reference work for linguists.
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forearm covers: We are large in /5. Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs (SoA) hold to someone’s and if the recipient is negatively affected, it is classified as malefactives.
There are also cases where the affectedness evaluation is ‘neutral’; that is, it is neither positive nor Mary bought a book for John b.
Mary bought John a book. The Possessive-Benefactive Connection. Many languages around the world exhibit possessive-benefactive polysemy, whereby one and the same grammatical element or construction serves to encode possessive and benefactive : Frantisek Lichtenberk. A WALS-based survey of applicatives providing a basic introduction to the construction type, and attempting, on the basis of a standard WALS one-hundred-language sample (in addition to other languages the author had access to), to address issues Polinsky regarded as.
Newman, J, Review of Benefactives and Malefactives: Typological Perspectives and Case Studies, ed. by Fernando Zúñiga and Seppo Kittilä. Language Newman, J. Review of From Polysemy to Semantic Change: Towards a Typology of Lexical Semantic Associations, ed.
by Martine Vanhove. Language Benefactives and Malefactives(1st Edition) Typological perspectives and case studies (Typological Studies in Language) by Fernando Zúñiga, Seppo Kittilä, Fernando Zuniga, Seppo Kittila, Editor-Seppo Kittilã¤ Hardcover, Pages, Published by John Benjamins Publishing Company ISBNISBN: This book is a collection of articles which deal with adpositions in a variety of languages and from a number of perspectives.
Not only does the book cover what is traditionally treated in studies from a European and Semitic orientation – prepositions, but it.
Benefactives and Malefactives. Typological perspectives and case studies. (Zúñiga, Fernando & Seppo Kittilä, eds.) [Typological Studies in Language ] Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. El mapuche o araucano. Fonología, gramática y antología de cuentos, by Adalberto Size: 85KB.
The book, as is clearly manifest from the title, is about changing valency and how languages do that. All but the first two chapters are case studies written by individual authors about a single language (or language family, in the case of Athapaskan) and their valency changing techniques.5/5(2).
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and S. Kittilä (eds.) Benefactives and Malefactives. John Benjamins. This book contains seventeen articles, and the majority of them present studies on individual languages. However, four contributions address crosslinguistic issues, such as benefactive applicative periphrases in Eurasia, the semantics of benefactives, morpho-syntactic division of benefactives and malefactives, and the typology of purposive.
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Benefactives are constructions used to express that a state of affairs holds to. Salish Applicatives by Kaoru Kiyosawa and Donna B.
Gerdts (review) Salish Applicatives by Kaoru Kiyosawa and Donna B. Gerdts (review) Davis, Henry, -- reconstruction of protolanguages should precede deep reconstruction. Any other proposed criteria cannot be evaluated until they are tested against the above known criteria.
He got the books at his office given ‘He got the books delivered at his office’ standard practice in the theoretical literature that calls benefactives/ malefactives, goals and sources in ditransitives “indirect objects” (IOs) and themes “direct objects” (DOs). Benefactives and Malefactives: Typological perspectives and case studies (Typological Studies in Language) Mental Modeling Approach: Risk Management Application Case Studies (Risk, Systems and Decisions) Design and Analysis of Control Systems: Case Studies (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology).
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M book-DEF.M-ACC to-Aster.F -3MS. o bb+Agr (malefactives, instrumentals) o ll+Agr (benefactives, goals) The two pieces (bb/ll and Agr) are inseparable The bb/ll+Agr unit is generally optional These facts are widely known and generally reported by all sources, from purely descriptiveFile Size: KB.
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The Nilotic family is commonly divided into three branches (following Köhler ): Cited by: 1. Book Reviews reconstruction of protolanguages should precede deep reconstruction. Any other and sources, as well as those benefactives and malefactives that entail a relation between theme and goal.
On the other hand, meanings that do not entail a relation between. The thematic categories of applicatives include benefactives, malefactives, recipients, sources, locatives, and instrumentals, among others.
A few languages also allow multiple applicatives, in which more than one object is added to a single clause. Mathias Jenny, PD Dr. Senior research assistant. Department of Comparative Linguistics.
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Pylkkänen, Liina Introducing Arguments. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. The article, Cross-Linguistic Variation in the Treatment of Beneficiaries and the Argument vs. Adjunct Distinction, in the journal, Linguistic Discovery, Vol Issue 2, Year.
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