5 edition of Atemporal complement clauses in English found in the catalog.
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|Series||LINCOM studies in English linguistics ;, 01|
|LC Classifications||PE1385 .H29 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||2003397015|
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The construal of objectivity in atemporal complement clauses in English Article in Word 58() May with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Zeki Hamawand. The construal of salience in atemporal complement clauses in English Article in Language Sciences 27(2) March with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Zeki Hamawand.
inoue, kazuko cause and make in semantic h linguistics, vol. 9, issue. 0, p. Cited by: Zeki Hamawand is Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Kirkuk and a senior lecturer at the University of Sulaimani, Iraq.
He is the author of several books including Atemporal Complement Clauses in English: A Cognitive Grammar Analysis (Lincom ), Suffixal Rivalry in Adjective Formation: A Cognitive-Corpus Analysis (Equinox ), Morpho-Lexical Alternation.
Morpho-Lexical Alternation in Noun Formation proposes a novel analysis of the structure of complex nouns in English, placing the focus on noun pairs that share single roots but end in different suffixes.
To achieve this mission, the book combines two. Zeki Hamawand holds a Ph.D in English Linguistics. He is the author of Atemporal Complement Clauses in English: A Cognitive Grammar Analysis (), and many articles in international journals.
show more4/5(1). The semantic map model: State of the art and future avenues for linguistic research. Language and Linguistics Compass pp.
e ff. This book deals with adjectival suffixes in English. Its scope of analysis is confined to the formation of adjective pairs that share a single root but end in different suffixes. Theoretically, the book adopts cognitive semantics and attempts to substantiate some of its tenets.
One tenet is that a linguistic item is polysemous by : Zeki Hamawand. Recent derivatives with the suffix -less: A change in progress within the category of English privative adjectives.
Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 36,  Greenbaum, S., & Janet W. Longman guide to English usage. Essex: Longman.  Hamawand, Z. Atemporal complement clauses in English. A cognitive grammar : Zeki Hamawand.
“Patrick Duffley’s Reclaiming Control as a Semantic and Pragmatic Phenomenon is an excellent piece of research which is part of a growing research agenda where semantic and pragmatic accounts not only complement the grammar, but actually replace it.
It successfully covers a vast and complex range of empirical data, yet manages to offer a simple, highly Pages: Temporal when-clauses are non-interrogative embedded clauses introduced by the wh-word when, as exemplified by the bracketed clause in (1).
(In this paper, we do not deal with the atemporal/conditional when-clauses discussed in Farkas and Sugioka ) 1) You called me [when she left for London]. Toutes les informations de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France sur: Propositions (linguistique).
The need for such modification is even clearer when we consider temporal expressions in complements. Sentences with complement clauses Sentences with complement clauses may be temporally dependent or independent ofthe main clause.
The possibilities differ for present and past tense, and future by: 8. Book Review: Subjectivity and Subjectivisation: Linguistic Perspectives. Vimala Herman. Language and Literature,Volume 8, Number 1, Page The construal of objectivity in atemporal complement clauses in English.
Zeki Hamawand. WORD,Vol Number 1. subordinate clauses, both temporal and conditional, as in, e.g., When/if you have finished states are effectively atemporal (Bach ): they can be verified on the basis of a single momentaneous sample.
This entails that the present it emerged in Old English as a resultative construction containing aFile Size: KB. Aspect is a grammatical category that expresses how an action, event, or state, denoted by a verb, extends over time. Perfective aspect is used in referring to an event conceived as bounded and unitary, without reference to any flow of time during ("I helped him").
Imperfective aspect is used for situations conceived as existing continuously or repetitively as time flows ("I was. We treat each clause separately, noting complement clauses as dependent on a main verb.
In some cases, the nature of the main verb determines the temporal interpretation of the complement clause. We discuss complement clauses only briefly; see Lin () for a detailed account of the temporal semantics of complements and other dependent clauses. Introduction and outline of the study.
An examination of the literature on sentential complementation in English and other languages reveals a focus primarily on syntactic issues, most notably on the constituent structures of different complement types. While it is true that “[c]omplementation is basically a matter of matching a particular complement type to a Cited by: 6.
Chapter 9 discusses the properties of ''-ing'' and t-less infinitives. Miller proposes that the only difference between a participle relative and a perception verb complement in English is that participle relative adjoins to D/NP, whereas, a perception verb complement is selected.As implemented in English, this requirement demands the presence of a verb which contributes the processual profile to the clause as a whole.
Construed as finite clauses (or simple sentences), the expressions in (15) are consequently ungrammatical because the relational predications following the subject are atemporal (hence nonprocessual).complement of aspectual verbs. Except for a few cases (e.g. keep, go on) where the-ing functions as a subject complement, the function and meaning of -ing is seen as that of a direct object.
By defining the -ing as having a direct object value in comple-ment function, Duffley stresses its atemporal value. The book rejects the idea that the.