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Pseudo-prepositions in German
Birgit Christina Memmler
Thesis (M.Phil.) - University of Portsmouth, 1995.
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To-German SMT system: A simple abstract representation inserts pseudo-prepositions that mark the beginning of noun phrases, to improve the symmetry of source and tar-get complement types, and to provide a at structural information on phrase bound-aries.
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true prepositions, but then as pseudo-prepositions in the following section (42). Such attention to detail often helps evaluate the rigor with which the various criteria are being applied. As detailed as this work is, one can be frustrated by the author’s tendency to provide untranslated quotations in.
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Request PDF | On relative complementizers and relative pronouns: Comparative approaches to the Complementizer Phrase | This paper explores the syntactic status of che and (il) qual (e. Hirst's parser used pseudo-prepositions, SUBJ and OBJ, inserted before the subject and object of the sentence.
These pseudo-prepositions were treated as regular words, and were defined in the dictionary according to the semantic cases that they could mark. Since they could mark more than one case, they too were by: 5.
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Chapter 1 Linguistic theory and language acquisition Introduction The goal of this dissertation is to investigate the problem of language learnability in relation to two different but related sets of structures in Spanish, both involving multifunctional clitic pronouns, that is, clitics which can appear in different functional projections.
In Chapter 1: Introduction outlines, the book is outlined and some forms of adpositions are exemplified and addressed. It is established that words should be defined according to their functions (for example, words ‘used as’ adpositions, as well as adpositions which ‘are actually/really some other part.
The existence of pseudo-prepositions causes redundancy. However, language tends to reduce this redundancy either through using the same preposition with signs falling into the same lexical field or by replacing some pseudo-prepositions with other prepositions or, finally, by the omission of pseudo.
(i) NPs that occur between the verb and its direct object and have no function tags, as in dative shift constructions (e.g., gave Mary the book) (ii) dative PPs (e.g., to Mary), tagged -DTV. Only verbs that can undergo dative shift are considered to have dative objects.
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While the arrangement of the content is commendable, the physical formatting of the volume is less so: a number of features make the book difficult to read, including the lack of spacing between paragraphs, long lists of forms (e.g., of nouns, pp. ) that would be clearer if presented in columnar form, and a generally cluttered appearance.
A corpus-based study of loan words in original and translated texts ppt Кб. THE PREPOSITIONAL FLUX Paul Rastall English prepositional usage is highly anomalous. This makes prepositions hard to learn. The reasons for this anomalousness are considered and some regularising tendencies are described.
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Preliminary remarks 2. Consonants: a. 1 andT h.w c. Proto-Semitic ft/ dpandr e. Pseudo-prepositions. This is a class of words which act sort of like prepositions, but aren't really. They are not used to form compounds, for example, and nearly all require a syntax which differs sharply from that of the prepositions proper: nearly all govern the genitive, and they all follow the word they go with.
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A large number of oral texts and ethnographic texts on customs and traditions have been recorded and published since the end of the 19th century, mainly by European linguists (see § Further reading).
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