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Verb Complexes in Thai
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Verb Complexes in Thai is a comprehensive study of Thai complex verb phrases which are non-arguments of the main predicate of a clause: Directional Serial Verb Constructions, Aspectual Constructions and Adjoining Constructions. The author investigates how these three types of Thai verb complexes are syntactically manifested and how their semantic composition proceeds, using Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Minimal Recursion Semantics as theoretical frameworks. Traditionally, the Thai verb complexes studied in this book have been considered instances of serialization. However, the author shows that there is no uniformly defined notion of so-called serialization, from either a syntactic or semantic point of view, that can apply to the Thai verb complexes investigated here. She presents the treatment of Thai verb complexes that is precise and computationally oriented.

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Facundes, Nuttanart: Verb Complexes in Thai
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Erscheinungsdatum: 31.07.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Verb Complexes in Thai, Titelzusatz: A Syntactic-Semantic Investigation of Thai Complex Verb Phrases, Autor: Facundes, Nuttanart, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Allg. u. vergl. Sprachwiss., Seiten: 280, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 432 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Zero-Marking Language
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A zero-marking language is one where there tend to be no grammatical marks on either the dependents or modifiers or the heads or nuclei showing the relationship between different constituents of a phrase. Pervasive zero marking is very rare, but instances of zero marking in various forms do occur in quite a number of languages. In many East and Southeast Asian languages, such as Thai and Vietnamese, the head verb and its dependents are not marked for any arguments or for the nouns'' roles in the sentence.

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Zero-Marking Language
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A zero-marking language is one where there tend to be no grammatical marks on either the dependents or modifiers or the heads or nuclei showing the relationship between different constituents of a phrase. Pervasive zero marking is very rare, but instances of zero marking in various forms do occur in quite a number of languages. In many East and Southeast Asian languages, such as Thai and Vietnamese, the head verb and its dependents are not marked for any arguments or for the nouns'' roles in the sentence.

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Wat

Wat

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A wat (derived from the [P li] word vatthu- r ma) is a monastery temple in Cambodia, Thailand, or Laos. The word "wat" (Khmer: , Thai: , sometimes rendered "vat" when referring to Laos) means "school".Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples. (As a transitive or intransitive verb, wat means to measure, to take measurements, compare templum, from which temple derives, having the same root as template.)

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Wat

Wat

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A wat (derived from the [P li] word vatthu- r ma) is a monastery temple in Cambodia, Thailand, or Laos. The word "wat" (Khmer: , Thai: , sometimes rendered "vat" when referring to Laos) means "school".Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples. (As a transitive or intransitive verb, wat means to measure, to take measurements, compare templum, from which temple derives, having the same root as template.)

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Verb Complexes in Thai
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Verb Complexes in Thai ab 78.99 € als Taschenbuch: A Syntactic-Semantic Investigation of Thai Complex Verb Phrases. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft,

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Verb Complexes in Thai
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Verb Complexes in Thai is a comprehensive study of Thai complex verb phrases which are non-arguments of the main predicate of a clause: Directional Serial Verb Constructions, Aspectual Constructions and Adjoining Constructions. The author investigates how these three types of Thai verb complexes are syntactically manifested and how their semantic composition proceeds, using Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Minimal Recursion Semantics as theoretical frameworks. Traditionally, the Thai verb complexes studied in this book have been considered instances of serialization. However, the author shows that there is no uniformly defined notion of so-called serialization, from either a syntactic or semantic point of view, that can apply to the Thai verb complexes investigated here. She presents the treatment of Thai verb complexes that is precise and computationally oriented.

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The Syntax of Yes and No
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This book is a cross-linguistic study of the syntax of yes-no questions and their answers, drawing on data from a wide range of languages with particular focus on English, Finnish, Swedish, Thai, and Chinese. There are broadly two types of answer to yes-no questions: those that employ particles such as 'yes' and 'no' (as found in English) and those that echo a part of the question, usually the finite verb, with or without negation (as found in Finnish). The latter are uncontroversially derived by ellipsis, while the former have been claimed to be clause substitutes. Anders Holmberg argues instead that even answers that employ particles are complete sentences, derived by ellipsis from full sentential expressions, and that the two types share essential syntactic properties. The book also examines the related cross-linguistic and intralinguistic variation observed in answers to negative questions such as 'does he not drink coffee?', whereby 'yes' in one language appears to correspond to 'no' in another. The book illustrates how a seemingly trivial phenomenon can have the most wide-ranging consequences for theories of language, and will be of interest not only to theoretical linguists but also to students and scholars of typological and descriptive linguistics.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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