• 3 Pages lyngfelt
    Lyngfelt

    School: University Of Texas

    Relativizing transitivity and voice: Reflexive and deponent constructions in Swedish Benjamin Lyngfelt, University of Gothenburg Structures that are neither quite active nor passive, or neither quite transitive nor intransitive, are often marked morp

  • 3 Pages attardo
    Attardo

    School: University Of Texas

    The full reduplication construction in Sicilian. Salvatore Attardo Texas A&M University Commerce Department of Literature and Languages PO Box 3011 Commerce, TX 75429 Salvatore_attardo@tamu-commerce.edu This paper documents an unusual reduplicative

  • 3 Pages ueda
    Ueda

    School: University Of Texas

    The Japanese -Te Yaru Benefactive Construction Revisited Masanobu Ueda Fukuoka Jogakuin University Junior College Keywords: benefactive construction, Japanese auxiliary verb -te yaru, beneficiary role Shibatani brings examples like those in (1) withi

  • 1 Page moder
    Moder

    School: University Of Texas

    Carol Lynn Moder Oklahoma State University Noun Modification as Grammatical Construction The conceptual processes relevant to the formation and interpretation of phrases involving noun modification, including ADJ-Noun (dirty shoes, healthy budget) or

  • 1 Page sams
    Sams

    School: University Of Texas

    Jessica Sams University of Colorado at Boulder A Construction Grammar Analysis of Written English Quotatives While syntactic theories have focused on the descriptions of clausal and phrasal relationships such as subordination and coordination, these

  • 1 Page brekke
    Brekke

    School: University Of Texas

    Are Tibetan monks really revolting? A constructional look at Experiencer verbs. Magnar Brekke Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration Magnar.Brekke@nhh.no Setting the stage for a fresh look at some Experiencer verbs (like amaze, int

  • 1 Page chen
    Chen

    School: University Of Texas

    Taiwanese Southern Min sentence-final khi3 constructions: fuzzy boundary between lexicon and syntax National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Chen I-Hsuan Taiwanese Southern Min (TSM) khi3 is a verb meaning to go, to leave. It has also developed as a fun

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    Li

    School: University Of Texas

    Variation of X det4 Construction in Hakka Li, Shih-min National Chengchi University, Taiwan Taiwan Hakka has three variations of X det4 construction, i.e. V det4 construction, zo3 det4 VP construction and S/VP/V m5 det4 construction. 1 According to o

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    Lu

    School: University Of Texas

    The Semantics of the English Caused-motion Construction: A Dynamic Cognitive Perspective Guojun LU Nantong University, Nantong, Jiangsu, 226019, China Abstract: Opinions differ on the question of polesemy regarding constructional senses. Langacker (1

  • 3 Pages iccg5-program
    Iccg5-program

    School: University Of Texas

    5th International Conference on Construction Grammar ICCG-5 September 26-28, 2008 The University of Texas at Austin 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS International Advisory Committee. Welcome.. General Program. Lecture rooms and maps of the UT campus. Plenary

  • 1 Page bilbiie
    Bilbiie

    School: University Of Texas

    Reconstructing ellipsis: the case of Gapping in Romanian Gabriela BILBIIE, LLF - Universit Paris 7 Non-constituent Coordination phenomena (e.g. Right Node Raising, Argument Cluster Coordination and Gapping) remain a challenge for both derivational an

  • 3 Pages fujii
    Fujii

    School: University Of Texas

    the `-tara to omou to' construction compared with the `I can (just) imagine if P' construction The antecedent-only conditional constructions: Seiko FUJII University of Tokyo Predictive conditionals are typically expressed with bi-clausal conditiona

  • 2 Pages wen
    Wen

    School: University Of Texas

    Fifth International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG-5) Sept. 26-28, 2008 The University of Texas at Austin Tautological Constructions in Mandarin Chinese Xu Wen (Southwest University, China; Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley) Abstract

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