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Modality and ellipsis
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Remus Gergel.|
|Series||Trends in linguistics. Studies and monographs -- 202|
|LC Classifications||PE1369 .G47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008050007|
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What has remained under-investigated is the fact that modals tend to make excellent ellipsis licensers and, conversely, that many of the naturally occurring cases of ellipsis are licensed by modals.
The book concentrates on the syntax of the modal auxiliaries with special focus on English and investigates the grammatical relationship with the process of ellipsis that interacts most relevantly with the modals in grammaticalized fashion by including a special emphasis on verb-phrase ellipsis.
What has remained under-investigated is the fact that modals tend to make excellent ellipsis licensers and, conversely, that many of the naturally occurring cases of ellipsis are licensed by modals. The book concentrates on the syntax of the modal auxiliaries with special focus on English and investigates the grammatical relationship with the process of ellipsis that interacts most relevantly with the modals in grammaticalized fashion by including a special emphasis on verb-phrase by: 6.
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Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Modality and Ellipsis: Diachronic and Synchronic Evidence The book offers a detailed analysis of modal syntax and examines its grammatical interaction with the process of ellipsis.
The author approaches the connection between the two areas by drawing on developments in the history of English and on effects.
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All the papers deal with current issues within the generative framework, mostly paying attention to phenomena pertaining to the syntax-semantics interface. The major concerns are coreference relations, modals and modality, and focus/ellipsis. The 35 papers in this volume provide a comprehensive picture of crucial aspects of connectedness.
The papers are divided into three main groups: the papers in the first group deal with particular questions Modality and ellipsis book the text-constituting role of anaphora, deixis, coreference, modality, conjunctions and particles, theme, topic, ellipsis, etc., the second group of papers discusses the connectedness in.
Aspects of modality and ellipsis have become prominent in theoretical linguistics over the last years. What has remained under-investigated is the fact that modals tend to make excellent ellipsis licensers and, conversely, that many of the naturally occurring cases of ellipsis are licensed by modals.
The book concentrates on the syntax of the modal auxiliaries with special focus on English and investigates the grammatical relationship with the process of ellipsis. The second edition of The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory presents a comprehensive introduction to cutting-edge research in contemporary theoretical and computational semantics.
Features completely new content from the first edition of The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory; Features contributions by leading semanticists, who introduce core areas of. Modality and the English Modals book. Modality and the English Modals. DOI link for Modality and the English Modals.
Modality and the English Modals book. By F.R. Palmer. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published eBook Published 4 February Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge.
All the papers deal with current issues within the generative framework, mostly paying attention to phenomena pertaining to the syntax-semantics interface. The major concerns are coreference relations, modals and modality, and focus/ellipsis.
More specifically, the contributions present research findings from different languages, often adopting a comparative perspective, and include studies on sub. Book. The Syntax of Silence: Sluicing, Islands, and the Theory of Ellipsis tense or modality mismatches; see JohnsonThe ellipsis analysis, as all asymmetric approaches, faces the.
The chapter discusses a selection of major approaches to modality and mood in generative syntax. The primary focus lies on the representation of modal auxiliaries and verbs. Key issues relating to modal adverbs and a selection of aspects pertaining to mood are reviewed.
Central points addressed are the structural options for different types of modality including the raising vs. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data A catalog record for this book has been requested ISBN 0–––1 ISBN 9–78–0–––6 (pbk) ISBN 0–––3 ISBN 9–78–0–––9 (hbk).
The book spends an awful lot of time telling you that you are now better than 99% of the world, whilst constantly telling you that you’ll learn such-and-such a technique in the following chapters. Only for the book to later say that you’ve now learned it.
As a manual it simply fails to s: Notice, though, that Weir’s insight in no way depends on the ellipsis component of the analysis developed by Yoshida et al., nor on its appeal to VP-movement. I will in fact argue below that the real mysteries in Why-VP structures center on modality and its syntactic expression, not on their clausal syntax, which is more or less routine.
A noun phrase ellipsis occurs in a sentence when part of a noun phrase (a word or group of words that function as a subject or object) is omitted. John saw two hawks in the sky, and Bill saw three. This is an example of a noun phrase ellipsis because "hawks" is.
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This list is based on CrossRef data as of 20 november Please note that it may not be complete. Ellipsis And Focus In Generative Grammar Ellipsis And Focus In Generative Grammar by Susanne Winkler. Download it Ellipsis And Focus In Generative Grammar books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
The central aim of this book is to explain on the basis of linguistic theorizing of how it is possible that we understand more than. 3) If the ellipsis is in the place of a word or part of a sentence, leave a space on each side of the ellipsis.
For example: (Without an ellipsis) We went to the city, shopped, ate lunch and arrived home after midnight. (With an ellipsis, removing the words "shopped, ate lunch") We went to the city and arrived home after midnight.
The book thoroughly and critically evaluates proposals from the modality literature, focusing on argument structure, scopal properties and the interplay of modals with tense and aspect.
The present volume is a collection of studies devoted to major issues in contemporary syntax and semantics: in particular, argument structure, ellipsis, negation and scope.
The papers included, which represent a number of formally rigorous contemporary frameworks, bring out new facts from a large variety of languages as well as novel solutions to a broad range of analytic puzzles.
A reference book on Modern Hebrew morphology and syntax, this describes the language as it is really spoken and written in Israel today. The author pays particular attention to functional distinctions, giving equal weight to colloquial and formal usage.5/5(1). A primary goal of contemporary theoretical linguistics is to develop a theory of the correspondence between sound (or gesture) and meaning.
This sound-meaning correspondence breaks down completely in the case of ellipsis, and yet various forms of ellipsis are pervasive in natural language: words and phrases which should be in the linguistic signal go missing.
Original Sentence "Points of ellipsis have two main functions: to indicate the omission of words within something that is being quoted, as discussed in Ruleand to indicate lengthy pauses and trailed-off sentences." Same sentence with ellipsis points to indicate an omission "Points of ellipsis have two main functions: to indicate the omission of words within something that is being.
The word ellipsis originated from the ancient Greek word elleipsis, which means omission or falling short. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, ellipsis means, “the act of leaving out one or more words that are not necessary for a phrase to be understood.A sign (such as ) used in printed text to show that words have been left out.
Books shelved as modality: Naming and Necessity by Saul A. Kripke, Reference and Modality by Leonard Linsky, Ontology, Identity, and Modality: Essays in. In linguistics, ellipsis (from the Greek: ἔλλειψις, élleipsis, "omission") or an elliptical construction is the omission from a clause of one or more words that are nevertheless understood in the context of the remaining elements.
There are numerous distinct types of ellipsis acknowledged in theoretical syntax. This article provides an overview of them. Modality; studies in form and function. William Byrd's Modal Practice. The Cambridge History of Western Music Theory. (reprint, ). Logic and philosophy; a modern introduction, 10th ed.
Modal Subjectivities: Self-Fashioning in the Italian Madrigal. Vibration of continuous systems. Ellipsis - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary.
The book thoroughly and critically evaluates previous proposals from the modality literature, focusing on argument structure, scopal properties and the interplay of modals with tense and aspect.
After presenting a range of new data and generalizations, a new analysis is proposed, incorporating recent developments in generative linguistic theory. Modality And The English Modals book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A detailed account of the many uses and functions of these 4/5(9).
Modality in subordinate clauses 3 types of subordinate clause Nominal clauses Adverbial clause Relative clause Đặng Thị Ngọc SUMARRY • Definition of Modality: Modality is the non – propositional part of the sentence which concerns its factual status.
- Modality. This book fills that gap. The Syntax of Silence - Paperback - Jason Merchant - Oxford University Press Two of the best studied and most intriguing areas in syntax and semantics are ellipsis and wh-movement, and although these areas have generated immense interest individually, their intersection - in elliptical wh-questions known as sluicing.
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Verbal ellipsis is always accompanied by the omission of the related clause elements, those that are in the same part of the clause as the relevant portion of verbal group, the subject is also omitted; in lexical ellipsis, where there is omission of the non-finite part of the verbal group, all complements and adjuncts are also omitted.
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(Dalrymple et al., ) The acceptability of ellipsis in () is consistent with a semantic identity condition, under the assumption that actives and passives are semantically equivalent.
The ellipsis is also called a suspension point, points of ellipsis, periods of ellipsis, or (colloquially) "dot-dot-dot". Depending on their context and placement in a sentence, ellipses can indicate an unfinished thought, a leading statement, a slight pause, an echoing voice, or a nervous or awkward silence.
Aposiopesis is the use of an ellipsis to trail off into silence—for example: "But.This book covers the essentials of modality and offers both foundational ideas and cutting edge advances. The book consists of what are essentially tutorials on modality and modal notions, covering definitions of modality, morphosyntactic form, conceptual .‘If the modality concerns a past-time situation, the modal as such does not appear in a past-tense form.’ ‘Now start adding in the number of modalities which exist, in addition to so-called major and minor keys.’ ‘And the idea of the other modalities being introduced as complements to the Lydian mode, was added.’.